HUNTER, FENLEY Frances Lake Yukon Dawson 1887 Hunter 1923.
Flushing: Hunter, 1924. From the edition of 50, this is a printer's copy numbered 51 x, with a presentation from the printer, Frank E. Hopkins of the Marion Press, to Robert W. Higbie. Quarter brown morocco, possibly a later issue binding that lacks the dates on the spine title. 9 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches (23.5 x 15.5 cm); 103,  pp.; folding map, fifteen plates, ten facsimiles of pen and ink maps and sketches (two folding). Some slight toning to edges of the cover, edges of some leaves also a trifle toned, in all a sound copy. Unidentified bookplate.
The last copy we trace of this work is the Streeter example, of which he wrote "Hunter's narration of his journey "to the Yukon in quest of Frances Lake" is taken from his diary. "Many things that I wrote in the field last summer read queerly today, but that may be accounted for by the fact that here on Long Island I am neither tired, hungry, nor wet. These three things strangely influence the amateur explorer."
C Estate of Arnold 'Jake' Johnson
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