signed first edition 8vo., red cloth in dust jacket; 384 pages
1946 · [Hollywood, California
by CALLAHAN, Robert E.
[Hollywood, California: Murray & Gee, Inc. Publishers, 1946. First Edition. Interesting signed presentation from Callahan on the front endpaper: "To Allen Young, a great artist on stage & screen from a regular `fella.' Good luck [then he draws some type of doodle]. Robert E. Callahan." An historic novel of Midwest frontier towns in the later 19th century, including St. Louis, Denver, Chicago and others. Robert E. Callahan was involved in silent pictures, professional publicity, and music. He originated "Death Valley Days," "Lone Indian," and "The Singing Bandit" broadcasts. He designed and created the "Desert Outpost" near Beaumont, California and the Mission Village in Los Angeles. 8vo., red cloth in dust jacket; 384 pages. Illustrated.. Very Good (covers nice but for light discoloration rear cover; contents clean & tight); wear (few chips & tears d/j.
(Inventory #: 56776)