Some Experiences of Russel Lord Tracy

212 pp. Illustrated with plates. Hardcover: Dark brown pebbled cloth with gilt titles. No dusk jacket issued. An uncommon work describing the author's adventures in a Minnesota logging camp, big game hunting for grizzly bear and elk in the western U.S., traveling through Yellowstone Park with General Sheridan, visiting Alaska, operating a successful savings and loan business, and world wide travels. The author was also an Indian interpreter on the frontier and the founder of Tracy Loan and Trust Company. Tracy Aviary at Liberty Park and Tracy Wigwam are also named after the author. Near fine copy. Privately printed [Salt Lake City, UT], 1941, First Edition. Limited to 500 copies, $95.

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