Camden, South Carolina: The Premier Collection, 1987. Collector's Edition. Hardcover. 124pp. Octavo [23.5cm]. Bound in tan leather with black and gilt stamped titles and illustrations. Lovely marbled endsheets and gilt textblock edges. In a glassine dust jacket with mild toning and several closed tears, including an 8cm tear beginning at head of spine. Fine / very good. Item #63623
Edmund W. Davis was a pharmaceutical heir who became a noted outdoorsman. He was primarily active in the late 19th century. He is known both for his hunting and fishing prowess, and his mysterious death by gunshot wound.