Waco, Texas: Mrs. W. C. Brann, 1898. Softcover. G- (Have average age and moderate wear overall; some edge tears throughout; paper is becoming fragile to touch.). Stapled newsprint. pp. 122-144, BW drawings and illus. One single issue of this monthly newspaper, first published by Texas-based iconoclast William Cowper Brann (1855-1898). Alas, Mr. Brann was such an outspoken individual that he was shot and killed by someone he had offended in April 1898. This issue was published by his widow, and it includes the resignation notice of editor G. B. Gerald. A main feature is the continuance of "Rainbow Chasers," a printed version of one of Brann's lectures. For sure, he was not afraid to speak his mind. Rare. (Inventory #: 158796)
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