[Lunenberg, Vt: Privately printed at the Stinehour Press], Christmas 1973.
First edition, one of 20 copies printed. 5 tipped-in photographs (4 in color). 46 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Bound in pink wrappers, printed in red. Fine, immacualte copy, in a green quarter morocco slipcase and matching cloth chemise, by European Bookbinders Bibliotheca Salmo Salar 111. Not in OCLC. Item #312791
Recollections of salmon fishing and life at the Engelhard camp on the Grand Cascapedia during the summer and fall of 1973. Includes a history of Lorne Cottage, built in 1878, and a chapter on Warren Gilbert. the long time manager of Lorne Cottage.
Susan Engelhard O’Connor is the daughter of Jane and Charles Engelhard, of Cragwood, Far Hills, New Jersey, who owned two of the legendary fishing camps on the Grand Cascapedia, Camp Chaleur and Lorne Cottage. Charles Engelhard was the minerals tycoon and head of Engelhard Industries, and the model for Ian Fleming's Goldfinger. The Engelhards were notable philanthropists and significant donors to the White House restoration project and to the Morgan Library.
Information on the number of copies is based upon correspondence between Charles Wood, the bibliographer of the Atlantic Salmon, and the authors; the Stinehour Press kept no records of this book. Ten copies were issued in wrappers
RARE AND BEAUTIFUL.
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