New York: E.P. Dutton & Co, 1950. First Edition. Octavo. First printing signed and inscribed by the author. 260pp., illustrated with photographs. The account of the great days of the lawless silver town, an epitome of the American frontier. A fast paced judicious history full of intrigue, violence, murder, robbery and exploding weapons, insulting editorial, accusations ad threats, gambling, hard liquor and girls of easy virtue. An authentic look of the true west. bound in maroon cloth, spine lettering silver. A very nice copy, nearly fine with one corner slightly bumped, in very good unclipped pictorial dust jacket showing light edge wear and fading to spine.
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