Sergeant 331. Personal Recollections of a Member of the Canadian Northwest Mounted Police from 1879-1885. Thomas Edison, F. J. E. Fitzpatrick.
Sergeant 331. Personal Recollections of a Member of the Canadian Northwest Mounted Police from 1879-1885
Sergeant 331. Personal Recollections of a Member of the Canadian Northwest Mounted Police from 1879-1885
Sergeant 331. Personal Recollections of a Member of the Canadian Northwest Mounted Police from 1879-1885

INSCRIBED TO THOMAS ALVA EDISON

Sergeant 331. Personal Recollections of a Member of the Canadian Northwest Mounted Police from 1879-1885.

New York: Published by the Author, 1921.

First edition. Illustrated. ii, 128, iii-vpp. 8vo. INSCRIBED TO THOMAS ALVA EDISON. Bound in full scarlet calf, with onset photograph of author and horse on front cover, a.e.g., for Asprey. Spine faintly toned. Fine. Item #312913

Vividly recollected account of the author’s youthful employment in the Canadian West, including accounts of the arrival of Sioux warriors, and of relations between Indians and settlers.

Inscribed by the author on the recto of the frontispiece "To Thomas A. Edison Esq. Compliments of Frances J.E. Fitzpaptrick New York Sept 10, 1924. This work was dictated on an 'Ediphone' "

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