The Curse of Tramp Life

Front Cover
Garrett County Press, Oct 15, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 133 pages
0 Reviews
Published in 1912, The Curse of the Tramp is the third book in the series by A-No 1 "The Famous Tramp" who traveled 500,000 miles for only $7.61. This is a fabulous and true tour of prisons, train yards and railroads.

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.


To Every Young Man and
Where is My Wandering Boy ToNight
The Call of the Wanderlust
The Song of the Rail
The Kentucky Kid
In the Toils of the Law
The One Place Where Home Sweet Home is Never Sung
The Prayer of the Convicts
Strange Discoveries
Clearing the Mystery
The Trail of the Moniker
The Path of Blasted Hopes
The Vampires of the Road
In Wreck and Hospital
What the Tramp did to the Boy
There is no Place Like Home

At the Mercy of Human Fiends
Honesty is Always the Best Policy
The Curse of Tramp Life Where to Obtain Our Books

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2012)

A No. 1 is Leon Ray Livingston (1872-1944) one of the most famous hobos who ever lived. He wrote and self-published many books on hobo culture and train travel.

Bibliographic information