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Photos. Very Good+ in Very Good jacket. Book. 8vo-Over 8"-9" Tall. viii, 199 pp, red cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering, dj yel-red w/black-red lettering w/photo of Lottie on the front cover. The story of mysterious aristocrat who became a lady gambler and female daredevil of frontier days. She was called the Angel of San Antonio, where she pitted her skill with cards in the gambling halls of Old San Antonio before moving on to Old Fort Griffin where she played a lonely hadn with the most notorious gamblers of the frnotier. This is the last biographical work of J. Marvin Hunter, and with exception of a few co-ordinating passages it was complete when death overtook him. The posthumous publication of his last book, was the fulfillment of the authro's request by his foru children, John Warren Hunter, Myra Jennette Saul, J. Marvin Hunter, Jr., and Susie Rachel Short. dj price-clipped, couple small holes on the fore edge of the dj front flap, prev owner wrote on the ffep "To Betsy, Happy Birthday! Love Susan 1-4-05"
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