Publication: Poole Brothers, 1929, Chicago
First edition. 8vo. Pictorial wrappers, n. p. [28 pp.], illustrated mostly from photographs, maps. "The Black Hills are not a chain of mountains, but instead they comprise a rugged territory as large as New Jersey, heaved up out of the nearly flat plains that surround them." - p. Guide for the prospective tourist to the Black Hills that was produced by the Burlington Route in conjunction with the Black Hills Transportation company, that describes a 250 miles rail and motor trip from Edgemont, South Dakota to Newcastle, Wyoming. Illustrated with black and white views and maps (fold-out map at center is present). Itineraries and rates are printed. 'Scenic and Historic Highlights' are offered by "El Comancho." Faint vertical crease to the center else a near fine copy.
Inventory Number: 49352