Boston: W. A. Wilde, (1923). First edition. Hardcover. 338 pp., 8 plates from photographs; octavo, original green cloth. Fine. Item #22693
In the 1920s Frank H. Cheley founded of a summer camp for boys in Colorado's Rocky Mountains. Today there are 3 camps for boys and girls still run by the Cheley family. He wrote many books on woodcraft, character building through achievement, etc., including the 20-volume "Father & Son Library." The present title presents guidelines for dynamic personal fathering, rather than leaving the job to " . . . the Boy Scouts, and the baseball tearm, and on the boy's mother, of course, and on the man around the corner, and on the preacher . . ." Scarce.