Very Good in Very Good DJ. First edition with review slip and publisher letter laid in, very good + cloth hardcover shows hint of spine lean and foxing at top page edges, in very good + dust jacket (price at flap) showing touch of soil and foxing at jacket reverse. 246 pages with black & whites. Nice looking copy of this work that ". brings the reader back to the excitement of the early days when the West was young and frisky, raw and booming."
Photos. Very Good+ in Very Good+ jacket. 8vo-over 8"-9" Tall Octavo. ix, 246 pp, red boards w/gilt lettering, dj light orange w/black-red lettering w/black-and-white pictorial front panel. The author tells of the early days of the West when it was young and frisky, raw and booming. Some of the characters in the book are McNelly's Rangers, Capt. John Hughes, El Paso's Marshal Dallas Stoudenmire, Sam Bass, John Wesley Hardin, Bonnie and Clyde, Capt. Frank Hammer, and many others. The author describes some of the early Texans and how they made the most of their opportunity in early Texas. prev owner stamped a W on the ffep.
Fine in Near Fine jacket. 246 pp, ill. Out law, lawman, rancher, cowpoke, housewife and harlot Early Texas aristocracy-a horny-handed kind of gentry whose culture was the free and open kind. Old time colorful characters described by someone who himself is a most colorful character. Brings the reader back to the excitement of the early western days when it was raw and booming. Fine in near fine jacket.
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