[New York: Privately printed, 1916].
One of 20 copies, inscribed by the author. With color photographic frontispiece of Lake Louise, photographic dedication leaf, original watercolor of line of pack horses ascending by Ed Deming (used as vignette opposite p. 14), 9 photographic reproductions of drawings by Ed Deming, 33 photographs by McAleenan, Murgatroyd, and Brooks, on leaves with printed caption and remarques from drawings by Deming. 39 pp. 1 vols. Tall 8vo. Full green morocco gilt, silk endsheets, a.e.g., by Baylis. Fine (uniformly toned to brown). With a loosely inserted autograph letter, signed by Joseph McAleenan sending this copy of the book Heller 1:222. Not in Howes or Phillips. OCLC records four copies across several records (Yale, Fordham, Glenbow Museum, Whyte Museum). Item #346651
Diary of one of the "winter re-unions" (p. 3) in the Canadian wilderness of the author and his friends (Dr. Harlow Brooks, John Murgatroyd, George Clifton, Ed. Deming and others). “This hunt ... would be largely photographic. Of late years, the camera has appealed to us more than the rifle.” The work is complete without title page.
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