Boston: Little, Brown. (1970). First. First edition. 393pp. Foreword by Norman Cousins. Light foxing on page fine edges, spine slightly cocked a bit, a very good copy in a very good dustwrapper with short tears on spine ends and corners. DeGolyer was a successful oilman and was involved in the founding of Amarada and Texas Instruments. Signed and Inscribed by the author to author/newspaperman Tom Mahoney. Mahoney was a writer for newspapers in El Paso, Chicago Dallas and United Press and wrote a number of books on Mexico and the Southwest/Texas. Also included is a carbon copy of a letter from Mahoney to DeGolyer and a Signed typewritten letter from DeGolyer to Mahoney, both letters discussing a list of the ten best books on Mexico. . (Inventory #: 256211)
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