Publication Information: Published by The Izaak Walton League of America, Chicago, Ill. Issued monthly.
Additional Information: All original front and back covers have been removed and also a couple pages are missing. Not sure if there were ads in the front and back. The first five issues the pages run from 1-2 & then 5-76; then they run as follows 1-78; 3-78; 1-78; 1-96; 1-128; 1-96 and 1-90 pages. Many illustrations and photos. There are still some ads in theses issues - full page and smaller.
ContentsSampling include: Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis • Surprise Valley. Marvelous Word Picture of Marvelous Country. 1, 2, 3, 4. Zane Grey • Old Big ‘Un. The Night Prowler of Bee Tree Swamp. David M. Newell • Hugh Duncan’s Bass. Ben East • The Story of the Tree. Impressive History of Our Trees and Their Destruction. Honorable Marlin L. Davey • Stories and Reminiscences of Jacob M. Dickinson. A Tennessee Highlander. Jacob M. Dickinson • The Grizzly King. A Romance of the Wilds. James Oliver Curwood (in multiple issues)• Reconstruction at Antlers. Comparison of the Old with the New West. James O. Lewis • Making Conservation History. Story of the Victory of the League’s Upper Mississippi Preserve Bill. E. C. Kemper. • Fishing with Irvin Cobb. Dusty Goes Fishing With Some Celebrities. Dusty Waters • Flies and Fish. A Tale of Bites—and Bites. William H. Rinkenbach • The Last Muskie—A Warning. A Plea for the Muskie. Merton S. Heiss • Saving National Forest Lands. From the Grasp of a 70 Year Old Error. E.A. Sherman • A Big Trout in the Swift Current. Trouting in the Glacier. George W. Hunter • Stories and Reminiscences of Jacob M. Dickinson. Jacob M. Dickinson: A Two Spot Chief Justice; The Antiquity of Jokes; Uncle Claiborne and Uncle Frank; Memories of the Old South. • Hoover and O’Malley—Conservationists. Concerning Salmon Protection. E.C. Kemper • Buck o’ the Blizzard. A Tremendously Appealing Dog Story. Al. Evans • When September Comes to the Little River. River Lore by one of World’s Master Woodsmen. El Comancho. • The Midnight Dance of the Silver Grunions. Strange Fishing for Strange Fish. George Law • Growth of the Striped Bass. Switch Reel • Off Fishing for Life. B. F. Wilder • The Black-Maned Lions of Mount Lololokwi. George Bruner • Iowa Celebrates. Merton S. Heiss • Our Friend the Dog. Maurice Maeterlinck • Canoeing Along the British Columbia Coastline. W. D. Young • Turkey Track Toast. Will Thornton • Alaska and Dogs. Adam Breede • The One Buck Law. Walter H. Reed • A Warning to California. Zane Grey. Photos • Grey Ghosts. Edwin C. Hobson. Illustrated. • Our Game. John B. Burnham. Photos • Mesa Verde. Lilian White Spencer. Photos. • Mud’lin’ Thru. Charles J. Hansen • The Eleventh Elk. Alfred Powers. Photos. • The Exact Status of the League’s Mississippi River Bill. Will H. Dilg • Quail Production. Aldo Leopold. Illustrated. • Iowa Prairie Chicken. E. T. Grether • When Royalty A-Ranching Goes—The Prince of Wales in Canada. Fred James. Photos • The Gray Canoe. Charles B. Reed. Illustrated. • Ghosts of Other Days. Donald Hough. Illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull. • Field O’ My Dreams. Gene Stratton-Porter. Illustrated by Bessie Bethel Crank. • The American Egret Returns. James Clyde Gilbert. Photos • Conservation of Our Fur Bearers. David C. Mills • Duck Bag Limits. E. H. Ross. Illustrated • Mostly About Boys. Edited by Ben East. Photos (in several issues) • A Day of Doubles. Thomas Ambrose • The Thundering herd of the Yellowstone. Horace M. Albright. Photos • The Son of Kasper—A Story in Two Parts—Part I & II. Ben East. Illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull. • Three Bears. Romer C. Grey. Photos • An Opportunity. Herbert Hoover • Will American Fishermen Save the Fishing? J. Walter Drake • How to Write a Hunting Story. Frank Stick. Illustrated • Geese—Dead and Alive. Kenneth D. Phillips. Illustrated • Preserving the Kaihab Deer. W.B. Greeley • Gene Stratton-Porter Passes On. • The Scars on the Trees. El Comancho • The American Elk—They Shall Not Starve. Fifteen of America’s Greatest Writers • English Springer Spaniels. A.C. Gifford • A Rare Evening—When the Trout Were on the Rise. Will H. Dilg. Etchings by Lee Sturges • Forest Masters —A Two-Part Story - Part I & II. Ruth Mae Lawrence • Zane Grey’s World Record Tuna. A Story in Pictures. Permit—A Rare Game Fish of the Coral Shoals. Zane Grey. Photographs by author. • The Fisherman by Zane Grey, Illustrations, in several issue plus continued from the last issue in this volume. • Shop Interstate Shipment of Black Bass. Harry B. Hawes, M.C. • The Dry Fly Cult. “Corrigeen” • As I Found the Elk in Jackson Hole. Donald Hough • The Michigan Survey. P.S. Lovejoy • Sportsmanship. Stewart Edward White. Illustration • The Elk of Jackson’s Hole. J. R. Jones • The Best Trout Fly Patterns—In Three Parts—Part I, II, III. George Parker Holden • Hunting with Murderers. Jacob M. Dickinson • A Congressional Classic. Finis J. Garrett, M. C. (in two issues) • Where Your Treasure Lies. T. W. Norcross • A State Bill for Kansas • Spirit of Spring. Sherman Brown. Illustration • A Four Day Shoot in Virginia. Allen H. Wood, Jr. Illustrations • The Bonefish of Bimini Bay. Van Campen Heilner. Photographs • The One Day in a Fisherman’s Life. Thornton W. Burgess • Captain Bob and Old White-Face. R.P. Harriss. Illustrations • The Three Graces of American Game Fish. Louis Rhead. Illustrations • The Jackson Hole Elk • Sailfishing Thrills. Romer C. Grey. Photographs • Izaak Walton—His Life and Times. Fred James. Illustrations • Jackson’s Hole—A National Recreational Area. Will H. Dilg. Photographs • The King of Geer Wood. Ben East. Photographs • Your River, What Have You Done For It? Shady Lane. Photographs • Dr. James A. Henshall, 1836-1925. • Barbless Hooks—The Trout’s Version. “George Southcote”. Photograph •Wild Portages I Have Met. Donald Hough. Photographs • Pennsylvania Scores Again. Robert B. Vale • Floating Down the River—Part 1 & 2. Guy Von Schriltz. Photographs • A Wisconsin Drainage Crime. Louis Radke • An Oklahoma Accomplishment. Charles J. Brill • I.W.L.A. Now Buying Haylands in Jackson’s Hole. C.R. Hallowell. Photographs (in 2 issues) • When Your Dog Made His Bid for Fame. Edited by Shady Lane (in two issues) • Land of the Pine. Dr. F. S. Waite. Photographs • The Phantom Herd of the Kaibab. Donald Hough. Photographs • The Last Buffalo Hunt of the Pawnee Indians. William H. Smith. Illustrated by Frank B. Hoffman and photographs • How Briggs Came to Take Up Bass. Everett E. Lowry. Illustrations • Fooling With Sharks. Dr. Charles K. Stillman. Illustration • Letters From a Little Lady Vagabond. Hal Kane Clements
Condition: Hard cover, Ex-Lib-usual stamps/marks; covers are worn with some soling plus slight loose; volume edges have some soiling; text is sound, few small tears, few small soiled spots, some light age discoloring and a few bend marks, back fly page has some holes in it but overall a good plus readable copy.
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