"A Foxhunter's Journal" REEVE, J. Stanley

Including That Reminds Me a series of Sporting Incidents in the life of a Country Gentleman as told to his Grandson

A limited edition of five hundred and fifty copies have been printed. This is copy number 113.

9.5" x 6.25"

Dorrance & Company

[520] pp.


*Endpapers w/ scribbling*

J. Stanley Reeve was a seasoned sportsman and leading figure of the Radnor Hunt in the early 20th century. He was married to a cousin of Theodore Roosevelt. He was once described by Town & Country magazine as "the leading foxhunter of the leading foxhunting city in the country."

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