HOW DADDY BECAME A BEACHCOMBER

By: Hedley, Marilyn

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143p. Signed by author and illustrator on front endpaper with an illustration. Top back corner of cover moisture stained, page edges spotted, price clipped jacket also has brown spots with chips and tears to edges. Tells the story of Eli Hedley and his family as beachcombers on Trade Winds Cove (now Royal Palms State Park, San Pedro, California) during the mid-20th century. Hedley's creations made from his beachcombings graced the homes of celebrities and were featured in the national press. B&w illustrations. (8-3/8"x5-5/8")

Title: HOW DADDY BECAME A BEACHCOMBER

Author Name: Hedley, Marilyn

Illustrator: Hedley, Flo Ann

Categories: CALIFORNIANA,

Edition: First

Publisher: Boston, Bruce Humphries, Inc.: 1957

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition: Good +

Jacket Condition: good Jacket

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: G1965

Keywords: San Pedro California Beachcombing Royal Palms White Point Hedleys Hedley Eli Malcolm Bungy Charlotte Marilyn Flo Ann