Boston: Bruce Humphries, 1934. 8vo. Blue cloth, stamped in gilt. 96 p. 1st ed. Hinkel p. 60. The name in the inscription is in quotes, the handwriting matches that of the poem at the rear. Perhaps written by the author? 
San Francisco: A. M. Robertson, 1906. 24mo. Boards, paper spine label. 69 p. 1st ed. Hinkel p. 61. A nice copy of a fragile book. Coghill was born in San Francisco in 1877 and also lived in Berkeley & in Oakland where he died in 1905. 
Los Angeles: Times-Mirror, 1924. 8vo. Green cloth, stamped in gilt. 113 p. 1st edition. Hinkel p. 62. The only book written by this former California Senator & Representative. The introduction is dated September 17, 1924 which was his 102nd birthday. He died on November 3, 1924. 
B/w Decorations by L. D. Cram. New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1953. 8vo. Light orange cloth. vi, 200 p. First Edition. Juvenile fiction. Two lads, Mace, who is mountain-bred and Winton, a city boy, search for a doctor and his airplane that are lost in the rugged High Sierra..... 
Illus. with blockprints by Judy Sutcliffe. Santa Barbara, Calif.: McVicker Sutcliffe Hand Press, (1982). 16mo. Pictorial boards.  p. 1st ed. One of 200 numbered copies SIGNED by both Collins & Sutcliffe. 
Sacramento: Western Building Review, ca. 1939. Small 8vo. Wraps. 75 p. 1st ed. "At a meeting of Lumbermen of Northern California held at Calaveras State Park, October 8th, 1938, Adeline Merriam Conner was proclaimed, by formal resolution, Poet Laureate of the Lumber Industry"