The Arm of Gold. Ralph Connor. New York: Dodd, Mead and Co. 1932. First edition. Original dust jacket.
Canadian author’s novel of Cape Breton’s steel industry where “religion and scepticism, the sweet culture of gentle souls and fierce ruthlessness of modern commerce, materialism and idealism, pure love and hideous lust, mingle and work out their various destinies.”
Black Rock: A Tale of the Selkirks. Ralph Connor. Illustrated by Louis F. Grant. Grosset & Dunlap, New York, c.1900.
“CHRISTMAS EVE IN A LUMBER CAMP. It was due to a mysterious dispensation of Providence, and a good deal to Leslie Graeme, that I found myself in the heart of the Selkirks for my Christmas Eve as the year 1882 was dying.”