GROWTH AND CHANGES IN CALIFORNIA'S POPULATION.
Edition: First printing.
Los Angeles: The Haynes Foundation, 1955. Hardcover first edition - The preface states that this was produced because of the interest caused by the long-term rapid growth of the population in California - changes which have many consequences. Include information on the composition of the population (age, sex, birth rate, education, labor force), on intrastate and interstate migration, as well as special reports on Los Angeles and San Francisco, effects on agriculture and more. Large format, printed in two columns. Illustrated with maps, and many graphs, charts and tables. A valuable and very detailed reference. 377 pages.
Condition: Ex-library with a few markings, but overall tight and clean in blue cloth binding (uncommon, and probably most, if not all, copies went to libraries.