San Antonio TX: The Naylor Company. Very Good in Very Good dj. (c.1959). First Edition. Hardcover. (price-clipped) [bumping to base of spine resulting in slight cracking of binding at that point, otherwise just lightly shelfworn on the bottom edge, a touch of dust-soiling to top of text block; jacket lightly soiled, shows a little wear along the top edge, spine slightly browned with a couple of tiny stains]. (halftone photo frontispiece) "An authentic historical account of the day when the Livery Stable was one of the hubs of social activity in practically every American community. The arrival of the automobile erased the Livery Stable from the community picture, but here is the account of those almost forgotten times." The author had himself operated a livery stable, as well as having been a ranch hand, horse-trader, hotel proprietor, and salesman. . (Inventory #: 23277)
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