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THE LONG LIFE IN REVIEW.

by Matthews, Leonard

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[St. Louis, 1928]. 178pp. Illus. Original cloth, second edition, the original having been published in 1920 in a handful of copies. Graff 2720. Kaplan 3782. Not in Howes or Cowan. Bay: Three Handfuls of Western Books p.323: "The little Branson book, [Recollections of My Boyhood], reminds me that there are a few volumes of reminiscences contributed to our literature by very old men. A most important one is "A Long Life in Review." Privately printed in St. Louis, in 1928, when the author was one hundred years of age. He travelled all over the central and far west, engaged in constructive business with, and knew all of the other grand old men of his time..." Eberstadt Modern Overlands 328. Mintz 328: "Matthews speaks of the Mormons at Nauvoo, the trip overland to California, and experiences in the diggings." Flake 5308b. Matthews returned via Panama.


  • Bookseller: Michael Ginsberg Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 15979
  • Title: THE LONG LIFE IN REVIEW.
  • Author: Matthews, Leonard
  • Book condition: Used
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Place: [St. Louis
  • Date published: 1928]
  • Keywords: WESTERN AMERICANA; CALIFORNIA; BIOGRAPHY


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