Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Printers, Ltd.. Very Good. 1935. First Edition. Hardcover. 159 pages; Former owner's name on front endpaper and last page, otherwise clean and tight in original green cloth binding with pictorial onlay of colour illustration of young woman (Peggy) skiing down the snow covered mountain peaks. OCLC: 16797175 Charming illustrations (2 color and many b&w) by Agnes Randall Moore. The author Beatrice Shaw Chapel (1886-1959) lived in Lake Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, where this story is set. Indians, trappers, miners, and wild life of all kinds are in the experiences of the courageous Peggy the Nomad in the American Northwest. Agnes Randall Moore (1905 - 1977) was a distinguished Western artist, born in 1905 on her parents' farm near Moscow, Idaho. She studied at the Chicago Art Institute and received bachelor and master's degrees from the University of Idaho. In addition to her paintings, she illustrated a number of books for young people such as the one offered here. Uncommon. . (Inventory #: 40242)
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