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JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD of Owosso, Michigan, 1878-1927, went from poverty to wealth, from game hunter to conservationist.  He wrote 33 books and was one of America’s most popular novelists in his time.

The Danger Trail.  NY: 1944 Triangle reprint.  Cloth/bright, illustrated dust jacket.  VG/VG.  $12 

The Gold Hunters.  NY: 1909, Triangle reprint.  Cloth/bright, illustrated dj.  VG/VG.  $20

Isobel: A Romance of the Northern Trail.  NY: 1913, Grosset & Dunlap reprint.  Cloth/no dj.  Shelfworn.  Good.  $20

Kazan, illustrated by Gayle Hoskins & Frank Hoffman.  NY:  1914, G&D reprint.  Bookplate.  Cloth/no dj.  Good.  $12

The Valley of Silent Men: A Story of the Three River Country.  NY: 1920, G&D reprint.  Illustrated dj.  G+/G+. $20


JAMES B. Hendryx lived on Lee Point, south of Suttons Bay, where a small park and short road bear his name.  He wrote almost 60 adventure novels, published from 1915 to 1954.

Good Men and Bad.  NY: Doubleday (Double D Western), 1954.  Signed first edition of author’s last book.  VG/VG.  $160  SOLD

Hard Rock Man.  NY: Carlton House (Bar H Books), 1940.  First edition.  Ex-lib. and only fair condition but scarce title.  $75

Gold and the Mounted.  NY: Doubleday Doran, 1928.  First edition.  Early title in good condition.  $60

Gold is Where You Find It..  NY: Doubleday (Double D Western), 1953.  First edition, ex-lib. copy.  Particular mention of Traverse City, Michigan.  Good in fair dj.  $60 SOLD

Czar of Halfaday Creek.  Sun Dial reprint of title copyrighted in 1940.  Bright red cloth/no dj.  Scarce title.  $55

Corporal Downey Takes the Trail..  NY: Doubleday Doran, 1931.  First edition, rebound in blue cloth.  VG.  $60

Blood on the Yukon Trail.  NY: Doubleday Doran, 1930.  First edition.  Black cloth.  Owner stamp; slight dampstaining to rear board.  Good.  $40

Snowdrift.  Burt reprint of 1922 title.  Spine sunned; no dj.  $20

Raw Gold.  Center Books/Sun Dial reprint of 1933 title.  Illustrated dust jacket.  G/G.  $14

The Saga of Halfaday Creek, by James B. Hendryx. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1947. First edition, signed by author, inscribed "Property of the gal who always finds room for pennies." The dust jacket spine is faded and lightly chipped, but this title is hard to find in any condition, let alone a first edition, signed by the author, with the colorful dust jackiet, VG/G+. (See Michigan Adventure Fiction for other Hendryx titles.) $250  SOLD

Blood of the North.  Blakiston reprint of 1938 title.  Illustrated dj.  G+/G+.  $15

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