Ladies of the Chase by Meriel Buxton,
1st edition 1987,
10″ X 7″, 172 pages = extensive bibliography and index,
illustrated with b+w photographs, in a good dust jacket,
nice clean copy, NO previous owners inscriptions,
the author introduces a glittering array of famous, and sometimes notorious, women who have hunted down the centuries,
She paints a memorable picture, not only of famous women in the hunting field, but also of the many changes in style of dress and designs of saddles, which finally enabled women to make their contribution to hunting as we know it today.
A VERY SCARCE BOOK