A Group of Unpublished Letters by Henry S. Salt to Joseph Ishill
|Title:||A Group of Unpublished Letters by Henry S. Salt to Joseph Ishill|
|Publisher:||Oriole Press, Berkeley Heights, New Jersey|
With an appreciation by Henry W. Nevinson.
"I still cannot decide for which of [Henry S. Salt's] unpopular causes I admire him most for his denunciations of flesh-eating, of 'blood-sports,' of vivisection, of furs and feathers in dress, of the use of pit ponies, of flogging, of prison treatment, of war, of the desecration of mountains for 'profit.' " Letters written from Nov. 3, 1923, to Jan. 10, 1935.
Limited to 50 copies.