When Hot Springs Was a Pup by Badger Clark

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"In 1927, Badger Clark, author of the famous poem 'A Cowboy's Prayer' and later South Dakota's poet laureate, wrote When Hot Springs Was A Pup, a deft blend of historical fact and subtle humor. The introduction was written by Kenneth Harris, a former resident who had by that time become well-known nationally as a writer. This new edition contains the original text and photographs, and adds a 17-page section of historic photographs (some previously unpublished), a chronology of Hot Springs' history, an appendix on the same topic, biographies of Clark and Harris and an extensive index."--from the back cover.
 

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Published June 1, 1983 by Lame Johnny Pr. 93 pages
Genres: History.