James B. Pond Writes About Seton

James B. Pond Writes About Seton

Author photo from Eccentricities of genius Lecture organizer James B. Pond (1838-1903) propelled Ernest Thompson Seton to great success in the “Lyceum business” in the year following the publication of Wild Animals I Have Known (1898). Pond represented Mark Twain and...
1899 Review of Wild Animals I Have Known

1899 Review of Wild Animals I Have Known

Seton Illustration at end of Wild Animals I Have Known Seton’s first best-seller, Wild Animals I Have Known, became an immediate sensation. I know this because Seton said so himself in Trail of an Artist-Naturalist: “When one has published a series of successful...

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