Good. No Jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 308pp. Illustrated. Some general wear and soiling to the covers. Old red crayon price is at the top right corner of the front flyleaf. Lower down on that same page there is former owner's name/info that is marked over with a black marker.
Very Good Plus in Very Good Dustjacket. Adventures of a Montana cowboy who gained world fame as a big game hunter--"the acknowledged dean of American gun writers". Sepia print, maps and photographs. Gilt lettering debossed to spine of chocolate-colored, cloth-covered boards. Very light wear to corners. 308 pp. Clean, bright, tight. Elmer Keith was a hunter, naturalist, outdoorsman, and writer. "Keith's writings are based on three aspects of his personality. The first is his remarkable gift for accurate, detailed observation. The second, his prodigious and exact memory. The third is his uncompromising honesty, " (introduction).
Very Good in Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 308pp.; HB brwn. w/gilt; some rub w/edges sunned; clean, tight pgs. DJ white w/red&brwn. -pic. cover; rubbed&sunned w/chips&tears; 1x2"chip, tp. spine. "Adventures of a Montana cowboy who gained world fame as a big game hunter" illus.
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