Whispering Sage by Harry Sinclair Drago and Joseph Noel, 1922 Edition
Whispering Sage was published in 1922 by The Century Company, New York; copyright, 1922, by The Century Co. and Copyright, 1922, by The Munsey Co. This copy has an orange cloth cover and and has all the usual wear that may come with a book of this era. Additional photos are available upon request. As an added note, Whispering Sage was made into a Western silent movie in 1927, starring Buck Jones, Natalie Joyce, Joseph W. Girard, and William A. Steele.
American novelist Harry Sinclair Drago (1888-1979 or 1980) was born in White Plains, New York. He published over a hundred books over his career, articles, short stories, screenplays and other publications. His earlier writings were based on fiction that generally took place in America's West. Later in life he turned to writing non-fiction. He also wrote under several pseudonyms: Sinclair Drago, Grant Sinclair, Stewart Cross, Kirk Deming, Will Ermine, Peter Field, Bliss Lomax, and J. Wesley Putnam. His work received many awards; Buffalo Award for best western book of the year (1960) for Wild, Woolly, and Wicked, and the National Cowboy Hall of Fame Award (1970).