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1 (Roth, Louis) Robeson, Dave LOUIS ROTH:...Forty Years with Jungle Killers
Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1945. Second printing. Hardcover. This volume has dampstaining to the upper boards at the front and more severely along the rear, but not to any noticeable degree to the book's interior, a good copy in slightly bowed boards; in a worn dust jacket with pieces missing at the edges. 
Cordially SIGNED with an early inscription by circus lion tamer, Louis Roth on his photographic frontis-portrait. Roth was considered by many as perhaps the greatest wild animal trainer the world has known. 241 pages, black-and-white photographic plates. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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2 Grey, Zane THE DEER STALKER
New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, (1949). First edition. With the code D-Y on the copyright page. Pictorial jacket displays the publisher's circular label: ''The New 1949 Zane Grey Novel.'' Hardcover. Very good: gift inscription to endsheet, notes to ad page, corners bruised, pale stains to a few preliminary pages and rear endsheet, mild shelfwear, especially to spine ends; in soiled, nicked, edge-torn jacket with shallow chipping to jacket and label. 
First published serially in The Country Gentleman of 1925, this novel demonstrates Grey's passionate concern with the balance of nature--as Arizona rangers are faced with deer over-population brought about by the unrestrained slaughter of cougars. 
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