“There is no friend as loyal as a book.” ― Ernest Hemingway

One Man's Montana An Informal Portrait of a State by John K. Hutchens 1964 First Edition Book Made of Stories from Montana's Frontier Past

Hutchens first arrived in Montana at the age of eleven in 1917 when first-hand stories of life on the frontier could still be heard. Long after becoming a reporter in Montana, he wrote this collection of reflections on Montana, its culture, and its people in the time when it was transitioning from pioneer life to the twentieth century.

This hardcover book with its original dustjacket is in good shape for its age with no rips or tears.

This book is an excellent addition to your Montana history collection or home library.

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Book Dimensions: 9X6X1


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