Colonel Weatherford's Young Entry; Being an Account of the South Dorchester Ratters and Other Genteel Diversions Suitable for Children. Gordon Grand.
Colonel Weatherford's Young Entry; Being an Account of the South Dorchester Ratters and Other Genteel Diversions Suitable for Children

Colonel Weatherford's Young Entry; Being an Account of the South Dorchester Ratters and Other Genteel Diversions Suitable for Children

New York: Derrydale Press, 1935. Brown, Paul. Limited edition (1 of 1350 copies). Hardcover. 209p, several pls. and line ills. by Paul Brown. Gilt stamping on covers dull with age, as usual. Owner's pencil name, 1937. No jacket or slipcase, as issued. Very good. Item #5709

Hunting humor: Col. Weatherford's loyal groom, Eddie Walsh, is hired to instruct three young orphaned relatives in the art of rat hunting and other life skills. Told in the form of Walsh's letters to the colonel about the children's progress and antics. The fourth and final book in the Colonel Weatherford series.

Price: $45.00

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