|Title and Author/Editor:||At the Sign of the Stock Yard Inn: The Same Being a True Account of How Certain Great Achievements of the Past Have Been Commemorated and Cleverly Linked with the Present; Together with Sundry Recollections Inspired by the Portraits at the Saddle and Sirloin Club (Alvin Howard Sanders, 1915), The Trotting Horse of America; How to Train and Drive Him. With Reminiscences of the Trotting Turf (Hiram Woodruff an edited by Charles J. Foster, 1868)|
|Genre:||Reference, Instructional, History|
|Binding:||Half leather with cloth boards, Cloth on board|
|Publisher:||Breeder’s Gazette Print, J. B. Ford and Company|
|Period:||Late 19th/ Early 20th Century|
|Place of Publication:||Chicago, New York|
|Edition Statement:||First Edition|
|Ex-Libris:||The Trotting Horse of America with call number to spine.|
|Number of Books:||2|
- wear to covers with sunning, rubbed edges, bumped corners and soiling; cracked hinges; bookplate to endpapers and writing to flyleaf pages; tanning and fading to text blocks and text edges.
- measures At the Sign of the Stock Yard Inn.