Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: The Stackpole Company, 1954. Hardcover. G- (Ex-art library with spine label, bookplate, and few interior marks; has average edge wear to binding; interior is clean.). Forest green boards, 228 pp., BW illus. A book by the "World's Greatest Archer" and "Wild Animal Photographer" Howard Hill (1899-1975). With an introduction by Errol Flynn, who knew Hill as the stunt archer who made a tremendous split-arrow shot in the movie "The Adventures of Robin Hood." Here Hill recounts some of his hunting adventures, at sites from around the world.
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