JOAQUIN MURIETA: The Brigand Chief of California. A Complete History of His Life from the Age of Sixteen to the Time of His Capture and Death in 1853
by (Ridge, John Rollin). Notes on Joaquin Murieta and bibliographical notes by Francis P. Farquar
San Francisco: Grabhorn Press, 1932. First edition thus, limited to 400 copies. Light wear to corners, previous owner's name (very faded) to front fixed endpaper, else clean and unworn. . Original green cloth and pictorial boards, octavo, (vii), 116, (4) pp. bibliography. 8 color illustrations after drawings by Carl Nahl, silhouettes by Valenti Angelo, large folding facsimile poster at rear
Grabhorn Press "Americana Reprints" No. 1 (which series title was changed almost immediately to "Series of Rare Americana") Grabhorn #168, Kurutz 533k (Inventory #: 21407)
Americana: West, California, Cookbooks & Cookery, Gastronomy, General Antiquarian, Illustrated Books, Press Books, Fine & Private
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