The out trail
Features seven tales of Mary Roberts Rihehart's adventures in the West from fishing at Puget Sound to hiking the Bright Angel trail at the Grand Canyon. Though she was best known at the time for her mystery novels, Rinehart's travel writing, starting with her 1915 travels to the then young Glacier National Park, offers observations and insights into the fun and difficulties of early twentieth-century travel and her fellow travelers with humor and clarity of detail that makes them vivid for today's travelers.
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|Location||Call Number /
|Geneva Public Library||RINEHART (Text)
First Floor Fiction