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The Great Salt Lake Trail

by INMAN, Henry and William F. CODY

Condition: VG++/No Jacket

Topeka: Crane & Company, 1914. Bound in green, pictoral cloth, sans DW; co-author Buffalo Bill Cody; frontis after a photographic portrait of the two authors. Seven black & white plates; pull-out map; chapter headings & tail-piece decorations by Thompson Willing; Ref.: Howes I55; 529pp.. Reprint. Hard Cover. VG++/No Jacket. Illus. by WILLING, Thompson.


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