Publication: Privately printed, 1919, Santa Fe
First edition. 8vo. Presentation inscription by the author on the front free fly leaf "To my friend, Mrs. Lucretia Waring , with good wishes of the author. Chas. A. Siringo, Hollywood, Calif. Nov. 5th 1925." Pictorial cloth, , 291 pp. one page of advertising on the last page for Siringo's A SONG COMPANION OF A LONE STAR COWBOY illustrated, plates, portraits, Herd 2074 says, "Like many of the author's books, this one contains many repetitions from his previous volumes. Here the author recalls some incidents not related in his first book. He states in his preface, "This volume is to take the place of A Texas Cowboy." A near fine, tight copy of an elusive title, especially with the Siringo inscription and in the original rare dust jacket that was published by a California book store.
Inventory Number: 49623