Title: Suzanne of Kerbyville
Author: Dennis H. Stovall
Description: Burgundy cloth boards with gold lettering. Corners and spine ends a little pushed. Previous owner's name on ffep, a few spots of minor soiling, else interior clean. Five plates (including frontispiece) with illustrations from photographs. 209 pp. 7.3 x 5 inches.
A novel set in a mining-camp of Kerbyville in southern Oregon in the mid-1850's. The town of Kerbyville (now called Kerby), was at the time the chief camp of the Althouse Creek mining district.
The author, Dennis Herbert Stovall (1878-1941), was short story writer, novelist and journalist, and was known for writing about outdoor topics. He was born in Texas, graduated from Oregon Agricultural College in 1898, and after college worked for various Oregon newspapers. He moved to California around 1920.
Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: None
Publisher: The Editor Publishing Co.
Place: New York
Keywords: novel, fiction, Oregon, Josephine County, Kerby, Illinois River, Illinois River Valley, Althouse, mining camp,
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