343 pp. Numerous photographs. 11.5x8.5" Hardcover. Signed by John H. Hemingway (Ernest's son). Beige buckram, spine and upper cover with gilt stamped brown leatherette labels; color pictorial endpapers. Fine, fresh, as new. Publisher's matching cloth slipcase. A warm photo album of Ernest Hemingway's hunting days in the Ketchum, Idaho country, at the entrance to the primitive areas of Sawtooth and Pioneer Mountains. Assigned as a newspaper photographer (Sun Valley) Lloyd Arnold describes the writing of "For Whom the Bell Tolls" and all the elbow bending, the hunting parties, and Gary Cooper and Ingrid Bergman who came to Idaho to make a film of the same name. Very Good Condition. Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Printers, Ltd. 1969. 2 nd Printing. Deluxe limited edition. Publisher's brochure laid in loose; #682/950 numbered copies, signed by John H. Hemingway on the limitation page. Signed by Author(s). $275.