Title: Horse and Buggy Essays
Author: Charles A. Brand
Description: Beige cloth boards stamped in red. Red topstain. Inscribed by the author on the ffep. Clean. Dust jacket shows some light rubbing and edgewear; minor wear at head and foot of spine; not price clipped ($1.25). DJ in clear archival sleeve. 79 pp. 8.75 x 5.75 inches.
A collection of essays reflecting on the author's experiences of earlier times: descriptive, anecdotal memories of Boston and the Chelsea Bridge, a steamboat trip on the Connecticut River, printing a student newspaper in 1888 at Oberlin college, gardening, roadside experiences in Oregon, etc.
Charles Alvan Brand (1872-1958) was born in Danvers, Massachusetts and educated at Oberlin College. He was a longtime resident of Roseburg and Wilbur in Douglas County, Oregon, and served for a few years in the Oregon Legislature and for more than two decades was on the Oregon State Board of Higher Education.
Condition: Near Fine
Jacket Condition: Very Good
Publisher: Binfords & Mort
Place: Portland, Oregon
Keywords: Oberlin, essays, Boston, Connecticut, Oregon, Roseburg, Wilbur, Douglas County, Oregon authors,
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