Philadelphia: Macrae - Smith Company, (November 1928). 12 illustrations in full color by Frank E. Schoonover, Manning DeV. Lee, Charles Hargens and Richard H. Rogers. Second printing. Thick 4to. 9-3/4 x 7-3/4. Pictorial brown cloth stamped in gold orange and sky blue. Beautiful, pictorial endpapers printed in orange and brown. A tight, clean, beautiful copy. Only a little evidence of damp stain that may have affected the jacket and cover in the bottom right front corner. Looks like a few small white marks on cover and is not even visible on the jacket. / Very good dust jacket with one inch and a half closed tear on back panel. Item #388
Indians, cowboys, bad men, traders, homesteaders, scouts, trappers, soldiers, pioneers and gold-seekers march in an almost endless procession across the pages of this book. Their stories have been told by the men who knew them best - Bret Harte, Mark Twain, "Buffalo Bill", Hamlin Garland, George Bird Grinnell, and many others. There are many stories; Cowboy ballads, poems, biographical sketches and articles of a practical nature. Over 500 pp. brimming with vivid action and glorious adventure, and dealing with the most glamorous period in America's history.