Nothing Too Good For A Cowboy
HOBSON, Richmond P., Jr.
Richmond P. "Rich" Hobson, Jr. wrote several memoirs of his life as a rancher in British Columbia. Besides this true tale of ranching, he wrote "Grass Beyond the Mountains" and "The Rancher Takes a Wife." Altogether his books inspired the CBC television programme "Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy" which aired in the late 1990s. This volume portrays the difficulties of maintaining his ranch during the shortages caused by World War II.
- Publisher: J. B. Lippincott Company
- Edition: First Edition
- Date Published: 1955
- Place Published: Philadelphia
- ISBN: n/a
- Condition: Very good +
- Signed: No
- Dust Jacket: Yes
- Jacket Condition: Very good +
252 p. 21 cm. Maps on endpapers. Brown hardcover in mylar-covered dustjacket. Front flap price-clipped. Former owner's address label and ink notes on half title. Discolouration to copyright and dedication pages.