Des Moines: Success Composition and Printing Co., 1927. 232,pp. Publisher's maroon cloth, spine and front board gilt. Spine and corners lightly worn, hinges cracked, front board starting. Author's photo tipped onto titlepage. Light tanning, otherwise internally clean. Very good. "This rare book is the personal narrative of the author's life and adventures in the Wyoming country and his experiences among the Rocky Mountain outlaws in the days when the Union Pacific was building westward. The author tells about Tom Horn's killings and his execution" - Adams, Six Guns. Horn was a well-known Western gunman, who began his career as a Cavalry scout, and also spent time as a Pinkerton detective. He was eventually convicted for one of his murders and executed in Cheyenne in 1903. "Largely experiences in Wyoming" - Howes. HOWES T275. GRAFF 4158. ADAMS, SIX GUNS 2219. (Inventory #: WRCAM51735)
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