Place and Imprint: New York: McClure, Phillips, 1901.
Edition: First edition.
Condition: Cloth a little soiled and worn; very good copy.
Book ID: 20301
Physical Description8vo, original decorated gray cloth, black lettering.
Comments¶ White’s second book, and like his first and many to follow, a novel of rugged Western life. ¶ Inscribed twice by White: on the front paste-down is a long presentation inscription: “My dear Colonel McClure: I want you to have this book, not because I think it amounts to very much, but because it is really a sincere attempt to record some of the life we talked about at dinner the evening of March 12, 1903. / Stewart White.” And on the front free endpaper is the short inscription “With the Compliments of the author / Stewart Edward White.”.