Chicago: The Lakeside Press, 1926. First thus. Very good+ in green cloth covered boards with only hints of rubbing to the cloth at the head and heel of the spine. The gilt text on the spine is faded, but still quite readable. The gilt borders and Lakeside logo on the front board are very bright and clear. The 24th volume in the Lakeside Classic release of 1926. Illustrated with a frontispiece and a multi-color, fold-out map at page 3 of the text which is in perfect condition. Following ten years on the Santa Fe trail, Josiah Gregg first published his book in two volumes in 1844 when it was released in London and New York simultaneously. A narration of the frontier west and a classic in the study of trade taking place along the Santa Fe Trail. (Inventory #: TB28432)
Collectible First Editions by 20th Century Authors of Nature, Natural History, Historical Fiction, Nautical Fiction & Americana; Rivers of America, Lakeside Classics and the American Guide Series
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