Good. No Jacket. Stated second edition. Maroon cloth. No jacket. 350 pp. Black and white photos and illustrations throughout, as well as a few paintings reproduced in color. A biography of the painter Charles M. Russell, chronicling in detail his life as a cowboy and wrangler, as well as its influence and legacy in his artistic career, in which he documented scenes and people of the American West. With a bibliography of works about Russell. GOOD+ condition. Several small areas of dark staining in the gutters of the exterior hinges. Minor general fading. Light edgewear. Former owner's bookplate present.
Good/No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall Second edition. Boards have spotting, edgewear and rubbing, small tear in cloth at base of spine. Previous owner's ink-stamp on FEP, previous owner's note on second page, pages yellowing, one page of text has a written notation, otherwsie interior is clean. 350 pages. P-5.
VG+/G. VG+, gift note to ffep in Good DJ with chips to top / bottom spine, extremities rubbed. DJ is price-clipped.; Illustrated endpapers. Prologue by Irvin Cobb. Bibliographical check list by Karl Yost. Illustrated with photos and color & b&w plates.; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 350 p.
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