If you were thinking of writing a book titled Wolfville sorry its been done. If anyone knows why Alfred Henry Lewis would use this particular name for his fictional town in Arizona let me know, won’t you? And if you have a copy of this book illustrated by Remington it’s worth about 50 bucks-US. The stories about Wolfville are narrated by the “Old Cattleman” who tells “his stories in his own fashion,” in a style that is “crude, abrupt, meagre.” There were six sequels: Wolfville, Sandburrs (1900), Wolfville Days (1902), Wolfville Nights (1902), The Black Lion Inn (1903), Wolfville Folk (1908), and Faro Nell and Her Friends (1913). Lewis was a lawyer and the Cleveland city attorney until 1881, when he became a wandering cowboy in the Southwest.
I wonder if the Town fathers know the town crest is being used by Globusz Publishers for the e-cover of Lewis’s Wolfville book?