Russell Annabel was one of America's most gifted outdoor writers. He started writing of his adventures during the 1930s and continued writing until the late 1970s. These volumes represent an extensive anthology of his life's work as an outdoor writer. They contain articles and columns that were originally published in a variety of outdoor magazines including Sports Afield, National Sportsman, Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, American Rod and Gun, Hunting Yearbook and others. Hardcover.
Includes articles written for more unusual publications, such as Hunting &Fishing, National Sportsman, Esquire, Argosy, The
Saturday Evening Post and True as well as Field and Stream and Outdoor Life. These sources provided a wealth of stories
dating from 1934 into the early 1950s.
Publisher: Safari Press
Date of Publication: 2005
Number of Pages: 312
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