First edition. 8vo. Color, pictorial stiff wrappers, xviii, 238 pp., acknowledgements, foreword, introduction, illustrated mostly from photographs, epilogue, sources, index, about the author. A biography of Doris Huffine, 1901-1990. She lived in Montana from 1925 to 1990 at the edge of Glacier National Park. Her husband, Dan, had to make obligatory winter patrols through Glacier Park and Doris was alone during those times while he traveled on foot for several days. How she coped with living in a small Ranger station and her many stories of her life and adventures provide fine reading enjoyment. As new, unread copy. Surprisingly scarce.
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