This author has a faculty for hunting up all sorts of odd and interesting and colorful facts, and spinning them together in...

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THE HORSE AND BUGGY AGE IN NEW ENGLAND

This author has a faculty for hunting up all sorts of odd and interesting and colorful facts, and spinning them together in a text which is charming, informative in the most unobtrusive way, at times humorous, anecdotal and delightful pick-up reading. This study of the carriage and harness makers, the livery stables, the coachmen, and all the minutiae of the horse and buggy day is a good plus sale item for your customers who want something different -- and who recall those days.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937