Author of "The Lure of the Labrador Wild,"
"The Long Labrador Trail," etc.
by Rudy Mauro from an unpublished typescript by Dillon Wallace, with
the permission of Dillon Wallace III and Ann Wallace McKendry. Chapter
titles, title page and photo captions devised by Rudy Mauro.
condensation of this story, reworked in the popular style under the
title, "Labrador Lures Me Back", was serialized in the February, March
and April 1929 issues of National Sportsman
are from the personal collection of Rudy Mauro. No part of this work
may be reproduced or copied without the express permission of Rudy
ADDENDA TO THE THIRD EDITION
Mauro's reminiscences of events leading to the quest to see
for himself the place where the final chapter of the Hubbard story was
played out, may be found by clicking on to the unfinished manuscript, Something Lost Behind the Ranges.
Previously unpublished letters from Hubbard to Wallace, Wallace to his
sisters, Wilfred Grenfell to Wallace, and Hubbard's father to Wallace and
Hubbard's sister to
Wallace's wife, are included.
Rudy Mauro’s comments on the 2011
Newfoundland and Labrador Studies papers, The Naming Compulsion in
Dillon Wallace’s The
Lure of the Labrador Wild and Mina Hubbard’s A Woman’s Way Through Unknown
Labrador; and The Language of Faith and American
Exceptionalism in The
Lure of the Labrador Wild, may be found by clicking here.