8vo. Stiff glossy pictorial wrappers. 123pp. Illustrations, map. Fine. Probable sole printing, tight and immaculate, of this informal history of the Charlevoix County region in northern Michigan and its famed Ernest Hemingway association. Local historian Ohle (1910-97) boldly signs and inscribes the title page in blue fineline: "To Joe Waldmeir / a great Hemingway fan / Bill Ohle / 8-29-91." Waldmeir (1923-2013) was an academic, literary critic and co-editor of "Hemingway: Up in Michigan Perspectives" (Michigan State University Press, 1995). Bookseller Inventory #
Title: How It Was in Horton Bay.
Publisher: William H. Ohle
Publication Date: 1989
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