Dalton, Emmett and Jack Jungmeyer

Editorial: Sun Dial Press, Garden City, 1937
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Editorial: Sun Dial Press, Garden City

Año de publicación: 1937

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro: GOOD PLUS in Fair Dustjacket

Condición de la sobrecubierta: Dust Jacket Included

Edición: 1st Edition.


A bit of fraying to rear board top edge, lower spinecap to rear, and front board lower edge near spine. Light rubbing to edges, corners, and a small dime-sized area at top of front board. Hinge just started. Some chips and tears to DJ repaired to inside with tape, which then caused discoloration to DJ. Creasing and wear to edges, light sunning to spine. Brown lettering debossed to spine, design of a smoking gun debossed to front board, orange cloth-covered boards. Full color illustrated DJ, 23 great historic photographs of outlaws and lawmen. No markings to text. New plastic covering to DJ. "The Dalton Gang was the last and most famous of the outlaw bands that shot a blazing trail through the history of the old Southwest. Cousins of the Youngers, the Daltons were a sturdy frontier breed. Of five brothers, four died with their boots on. Emmett Dalton, the youngster who followed his older brothers to their death and alone survived their last spectacular foray, tells here his story and theirs and with it recreates the last lawless, dauntless days of the vanished West." 313 pp. N° de ref. de la librería 67207

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