EXPERIENCES AND IMPRESSIONS: The Autobiography of A.A. Anderson.
Edition: First printing.
New York: Macmillan, 1933. SIGNED hardcover first edition - Autobiography of a man who was an artist in Paris and New York, a friend of Theodore Roosevelt and instrumental in determining the boundaries of the Yellowstone Forest Reserve, of which he was the first superintendent, involved in early aviation and in traffic control in New York City, a dog lover and a rancher in Wyoming. SIGNED on the front endpaper "Compliments of A. A. Anderson." Introduction by New York Supreme Court justice Edward R. Finch. Illustrated with 32 plates. xiv, 245 pp.
Condition: Rather poor condition, with water damage to the lower outer corner - some crinkling and staining throughout, although the book is still easily readable. A very uncommon title, and thus offered for sale despite its condition.