by Swanson, Frederick; Foreword by Michael Anderson
Salt Lake City, UT: University of Utah Press, 2007. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/very good. SIGNED. 354pp. Octavo [ 23.5 cm] in black boards, black dust jacket with pictorial front panel. Includes bibliographical references and index. Winner of the David W. & Beatrice C. Evans Annual Biography Award. "A thorough traveler must be something of a geologist, something of a botanist, an archaeologist, an artist, a philosopher, and so on. Through it all he is likely to be friendly with a camera. He must be agreeable in society, contented in solitude, enthusiastic and patient as a fisherman."-- Dave Rust. This book is a biographical account of the life of Dave Rust, a man of many trades who grew up in Utah who felt the call of the Colorado Plateau throughout his life. Signed by Frederick H. Swanson on the title page. (Inventory #: 47630)
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