THE STORY OF THE ADIRONDAC. Arthur H. Masten.
THE STORY OF THE ADIRONDAC.
THE STORY OF THE ADIRONDAC.
THE STORY OF THE ADIRONDAC.
THE STORY OF THE ADIRONDAC.
THE STORY OF THE ADIRONDAC.
THE STORY OF THE ADIRONDAC.

THE STORY OF THE ADIRONDAC.

New York: Privately Printed (Princeton U. Press), 1923. First edition, 1/125 copies (unnumbered), this copy inscribed by the author to Gordon Abbott, a director of the club when it was revived in 1897, on a front endpaper in January, 1924. 8vo. (18), 199 pp. Illustrated from photographs, old paintings, portraits, ephemera, facsimiles, etc. Adirondack Bibliography 864. Heller I, 701: "A history of the MacIntyre Iron Company tract in Essex County. About seven pages on the fish and fishing in such waters as Lake Colden, Lake Henderson, Lake Sandford, etc. Also with a chapter on [deer hunters and hunting]. Rare and important work." Bruns M-75: "A must for the angling library." OCLC locates 11 copies (eight in New York, American Antiquarian Society, Harvard, Williams). Very good, partly unopened copy. Original blue-green boards (corners bumped), rebacked in black cloth, original printed spine label employed. (11109). Item #64913

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