The transformation of Job a tale of the high Sierras by Frederick Vining Fisher. FREDERICK VINING FISHER.
The transformation of Job a tale of the high Sierras by Frederick Vining Fisher.
The transformation of Job a tale of the high Sierras by Frederick Vining Fisher.

The transformation of Job a tale of the high Sierras by Frederick Vining Fisher. Elgin, Ill., and Chicago: David C. Cook Publishing Company, [1900]. Octavo, pp. [1-5] 6-96, printed in double columns, twelve illustrations, original three-quarter brown cloth and marbled boards, front and spine panels stamped in gold. First edition. A religiously-oriented short novel of the trial and vindication of a young resident of "Gold City," a fictitious mining town in the Sierra foothill region. Much of the story takes place in and adjacent to Yosemite Valley. Pages 89-96 comprise a short story, "The Taking In of Martha Matilda" by Belle Kellogg Towne, which is not set in the Sierra. Currey and Kruska 112. Wright (III) 1871. Some wear to cloth at spine ends and corner tips, gilt lettering tarnished, inner hinges cracked, still a sound, good copy. (#74378).

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