Automotive

"Excuse My Dust" 1943

When the first automobiles came chugging up Main Street in the home town of the Cokuntry Lawyer, driving the horses up the telephone poles and raising an intolerable dust, they overturned the old order of country life with the violence of an invading army.

It is of these turbulent days when sparkplugs and miles-per--gallon were first becoming current in Phelps, NY, that Bellamy Partridge is writing in "Excuse My Dust," the last in the "Country Lawyer" and "Big Family" trilogy.

Bellamy Partridge

1943

Whittlesey House


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