Seventeen Dollars a Square Inch: A Personal Tribute to Eric Sloane

    Eric Sloane and Forrest Fenn wanted to build a covered bridge but their wives wouldn’t let them buy a river. It was a standing joke between them and a lingering fantasy. This book is not a biography of Eric Sloane; rather, it is almost a recorded conversation between two friends who shared a common interest and the love of simple things and simpler times. Eric was a gifted painter and writer, and Forrest was a grateful admirer who sold his work. Their friendship lasted only ten years, but they were very influential years. You will see.
    111 Pages
    146 Illustrations
    64 Color Plates
    4 Black and White Images

    Printed in the USA.

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