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Zane Grey Museum Pin

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Western author Zane Grey (1872-1939) began his writing career along the Upper Delaware River.  He lived in Lackawaxen, Pennsylvania from 1905 to 1918 where he wrote his most famous book, ''Riders of the Purple Sage.''  Grey wrote over100 novels, mostly westerns but a few were devoted to fishing and baseball.  Lackawaxen was a special place for the Grey family and became their final resting place.

Today Grey's home is preserved by the National Park Service as part of Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River.

Product Details

  • Pin measures 1'' x 1''.

5.95


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