Ed Ruscha, Los Angeles, CA, 1971.
Softcover with wrapper. Unpaginated,  pp.,14 black and white offset printed illustrations on white 80 lb Vicksburg Vellum text paper, 7 x 5.5 x 3/16 inches.
First edition [Unnumbered] 3900 copies.
[Inscribed copy] The front end paper has a gift inscription with drawings of musical notes.
Minimal wear to edges of front covers. 1/4 inch scuff on upper right back corner. Slightest bit of foxing on bottom edges of book. Interior pages like new. Tight spine.
1/4 inch crease at bottom right front cover with minimal wear at edges of covers. Interior pages like new. Tight spine.
This publication has a solid black paperback cover, contains fourteen stripped photos of palm trees printed in black ink on a white back-ground, printed addresses of palm tree locations opposite of illustrations. Succeeded by numerous blank pages.
Before creating this book, Ruscha had considered making a book called Seventeen Hollywood Palm Trees, for which he mocked up several cover designs. The original project, which was never realized, evolved into a A Few Palm Trees. According to the artist's introductory caption, the camera faced west on all photos.