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Percival, Philip H.

Published by Trophy Room Books, Agoura CA (1997)

ISBN 10: 1882458125 ISBN 13: 9781882458127

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Item Description: Trophy Room Books, Agoura CA, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. First Limited to 1,000 Copies. 230 pp. ill. Percival was Chief Asst to Theodore Roosevelt, Chief to George Estman and the man immortalized by Hemingway in Green Hills. He guided Hemingway on both of his African safaris and was described by Papa as "the finest man I ever knew in any war or any peace." Percival hunted with legends like Harold Hill and was for awhile a partner of Bror Blixen. He also guided Martin & Osa Johnson and was President of the East African Prof. Hunters Assn for an amazing 25 years. A wonderful book about an exceptional hunter. Safari Magazine said: If I were buying just one book on the memoirs from the golden age of safari hunting, this would be it. Fine in like dj. Bookseller Inventory # 4485

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Hunting, Settling & Remembering: Percival, Philip

Percival, Philip

Published by TrophyRoomBooks (1997)

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Item Description: TrophyRoomBooks, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Philip Percival (1886-1966) was the dean of African professional hunters who arrived in Kenya colony as a young man to join his brother Blayney, then Game Warden who trained him to hunt. Soon he would be joining Theodore Roosevelt on his famous African Game Trails hunting expedition along with F.C. Selous, R.J.Cunninghame and Robert Foran. Percival was a co founder of EAPHA and took Ernest Hemingway for big game hunting in the 1930s, and again came out from his retirement to accompany the Hemengways in the 1950s. This volume is a limited edition of 1000 numbered copies ( this one being #405) signed by author's grandson Philip Percival. Illustrated with photographs printed along the text, 230 pages, large format, Very Good volume with Very Good dust jacket. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 23072016-2

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