Desert Rats, remembered by Charles L. Camp; the title was a proud one and not lightly bestowed. Genuine burro prospectors were self-sufficient, self-reliant men; uninhibited lovers of independence and solitude. Their traits of character were accentuated in isolation. They had personal charm and usually a sardonic sense of humor

Berkeley: The Friends of the Bancroft Library, 1966. 55p.; "designed and printed by Lawton and Alfred Kennedy," rubricated title and initials, untrimmed fore edge; clothbound, no statement of limitation. A pretty book with faintest signs of any age or handling. Number 14 in the series of keepsakes.

Herpetologists and date-palm enthusiasts as well as curmugeonly miners.

Cat.No: 43938

Price: $22.00