Very Good. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. FIRST UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS PRINTING 1980. 282 pages. Index and illustrations. An autobiography by the author of THE LONGHORNS and CORONADO'S CHILDREN. Published posthumously in 1967 by Little, Brown & Co., Boston. Gathered and edited by Dobie's wife, Bertha McKee--from a vast number of works including personal recollections, folklore, articles and notes--and spanning from the author's birth in a South Texas ranch in 1888 to his days as a UT professor in the 1930s. A very good copy in illustrated wrappers with overall mild wear, mild to moderate soiling. Lone reading crease on its spine. Former owner's name stamped on the front half-title page, on the Foreword page and on the last page of the book--just for good measure! Moderate shelf soiling on its edges. Fine text.
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