[N.p., New Jersey? privately printed, n.d., 1920s].
Illustrated with sketch map and vignettes printed in orange and black.  pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Boards. Compliments card of author loosely inserted. Boards ever so slightly faded. Fine Not in Bruns or Heller. OCLC: 1704648. Item #316654
Beautifully produced nostalgic account of outdoor life and hunting in Apalachicola, Florida, including bird shooting, misadventures with alligators, impromptu barbecues, fishing, and the quest for turtle eggs.
William Lawrence Saunders (1856-1931) was born in Georgia and raised in Apalachicola, where his father was the Episcopal minister. Saunders was trained as a mining engineer and became a successful industrialist, and was a friend and advisor of Woodrow Wilson.
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