Covered with kevlar jacket. Ex-library with typical library markings/labels with multiple "duplicate" stamps. Tight binding. Flat pages. Green boards good. DJ. Your purchase benefits world-wide relief efforts of Mennonite Central Committee.
VG+ in VG to vg+ jacket. A boyhood on the last frontier. 302 pp. Jack's reminiscences about his early days in the southwest. VG+ in vg to vg+ dj. OConnor is certainly one of America's most popular gun writers and this is a good look inside the young man and the life and times that shaped his unique personality. Stated first edition, second printing (2 months after first).
First edition. 8vo. ix, 302 pp. Line drawings. Heller 269: "Author's autobiography during his early years in Tempe, Arizona. Enjoyable reading and a nice change from all the hunting books the author wrote." Biscotti, p. 320. Fine. Decorated green cloth, gilt spine title, illustrated dust jacket (price-clipped, tiny nick in upper edge of rear panel). (7401).
Near fine. 1st Edition. ix, 302pp. +1 leafpp. Octavo in original green cloth and price clipped dust jacket with decorative illustrations by Irving Boker. Booksellers sticker on rear pastedown. an attractive copy of a scarce work. near fine Biographical account of the author's early life growing up around Tempe, Arizona.
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