Adirondack French Louie
Harvey Dunham's Adirondack French Louie has become an Adirondack classic. Louie Seymour was the prototype of all the Adirondack woodsman - a hunter-trapper- fisherman -lumberman and on some few days a year when he brought his furs into Newton's Corners (now Speculator), a happy, roaring drunk, but a rugged individualist above all else. Dunham captures the spirit of the wild, virgin Adirondacks as few other contemporary writers have. Adirondack French Louie belongs on everyone's Americana bookshelf.
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now the old man knocks the ashes out of his pipe on the toe of his boot.
"Good night, old-timer!"
- Harvey L. DunhamVintage Copies
If you are interested in vintage hard cover copies of French Louie from 1952 and 1953 give us a call at 315-675-9704. We have collected several copies of both in a variety of conditions, Signed and unsigned.