SaddlematesLarge Print - 1932
Edward Dugan left his home in Boston with a bequest from his father -- mining certificates giving him ownership of the Christobel mine. Although they have a face value of $250,000, the mine has been declared worthless. However Henry Christian, the man who originally sold the mining stock to Dugan's father, has offered to buy back the stock certificates for $1,500. Since he has no money, Dugan decides to walk the 3,000 miles to Potts Valley in the Southwest to check out the offer. On the way, he picks up the nickname Slope.
Publisher: Thorndike, Maine :, Center Point Large Print,, ©1932.
Edition: Center Point Large Print edition, First edition.
Branch Call Number: LPE WESTERN BRA
Characteristics: 287 pages ; 23 cm