n.p: n.d. [Ca. 1930].
16 pages, title page blind-stamped with Zane Grey's personal ownership mark. 1 vols. Quarto. Some slight yellowing, overall fine; preserved in a fine dark blue morocco-backed slipcase with inner wrapper Item #311473
This article was first published in the April, 1930 issue of Outdoor Life. A copy of this issue is included. Zane Grey (1875-1939), studied to be a dentist, but abandoned his practice at age 29 to devote himself to writing. Among his most popular novels, dealing mostly with the American West, are the ever-popular Riders of the Purple Sage, and the Lone Star Ranger; a number of his books were made into films. Grey was also an avid big game fisherman and writer: his books include Tales of Angling in Southern Waters, Tales of Deep Water Fishing, and Tales of Swordfish and Tuna.
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