An Address on Angling Literature Including Some Mysteries and Personal Observations as Well as Some Comments on Piscatoria California and Hints fro Collectors of Angling Books. Edited with an introduction by V.S. Hidy, Preface by Joseph D. Bates.
[Angling]. Kerridge, Philip Markham.

Fullerton: The Sultana Press, 1970. One of 350 copies, this being Copy 42, signed by the author Colored frontispiece of a California trout, black and white and color illustrations throughout. Includes an extensive bibliographical checklist of angling literature Minor rubbing to spine extremities. Fine in matching beige matching linen slipcase. Quarter brown leather over ecru linen boards, gilt spine. Coachman fly embedded in plastic set into the front cover. Octavo. 92 pp. (Item ID: 15154)

$300.00

Mark Kerridge formed his magnificent angling library over a period of nearly forty years. It is now housed at California State University, Fullerton. This essay originated as an address for the Friends of the Library, University of California, Irvine, and Patrons of the Library, Cal State Fullerton, on the occasion of a dinner sponsored by the Fly Fishers Club of Orange County, April 24, 1969, in celebration of the Bicentennial of the State of California.

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