The Lone Scout, a Tale of the United States Public Health Service [BOY SCOUT INTEREST]. Edward Champe CARTER.

The Lone Scout, a Tale of the United States Public Health Service [BOY SCOUT INTEREST]. Boston: Cornhill Company, (1920).

First Edition. Forward by William C. Gorgas. "Plenty of adventure came to first class Scout Billy Hoover of Charleston when he went into Camp Ross as cook for the U. S. Public Health Service men who were out to clear Doolittle County of Malaria. This is a book for Scouts without a slow page from start to finish. It is one of the best stories that has been written in showing how Scout duty may fit boys for the Nation's Service in work of scientific value and importance. The author has had the hearty endorsement of the President of the Boy Scouts of America". Very scarce title. Very Good in Very Good dustjacket.

Price: $400.00

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