Jack O'Connor Catalogue of Letters. E. Cataloguer Enzler-Herring.

Jack O'Connor Catalogue of Letters

Agoura CA: Trophy Room Books, 2002. First. Hardcover. 266 pages, An unprecedented offering of correspondence from the legendary gun writer, Jack O'Connor. A rare opportunity to acquire one of the many letters written to this longtime friend, John Jobson. A chance for those who want to learn more about O'Connor to read through descriptions of these letters- all were for sale and a few choice items remain. With a special Tribute to OConnor by Jim Rikhoff of the National Sporting Fraternity. O'Connor's writing career lasted an impressive 50 years, during which time he became known as the Dean of outdoor writers. The OConnor-Jobson correspondence lasted for 16 of those years and almost 300 letters were written. This must be the most impressive archive of OConnor material to surface. These letters contain much information on guns, especially the .270, a lot on reloading, opinions on other writers and participants in the outdoor industry, his salary, the good and bad things about writing books, prices he paid and received for certain rifles and even details of his contracts. In short, something on almost every facet of his legendary writing and hunting career. Also priced for sale are a few manuscript items and four books inscribed from Jack to Jobson. New. Item #2255
ISBN: 1882458346

Price: $55.00