Author:SAMUEL PEYTON

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1929 UNUSUAL ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT DIARY HAND WRITTEN BY A DESTITUTE, PERHAPS DELUSIONAL, STRUGGLING TO SURVIVE, LIVING ROUGH SOUTH DAKOTA MAN, HIS MOTHER AND A HORSE NAMED GOLDY

By: SAMUEL PEYTON

Price: $3,485.99

Publisher: PIEDMONT, SOUTH DAKOTA, 1929

Seller ID: 0008137

Condition: Good


On offer is a first-hand account of a man struggling at the onset of the Great Depression. His handwritten journal measures 6.25 inches by 4.5 inches on a landscape layout. It contains 70 pages. It is about 50% complete. The stiff cardboard cover and pages are secured by a ribbon tie. The journal is in good shape. The entries are made on un-numbered and undated pages, in pencil and the handwriting is legible. Samuel E. Peyton lived in the Black Hills, just east of Piedmont, SD. We do not know his age. To say that he is poor would be a huge understatement. Peyton was destitute. He lives in a ca... View more info