Publication: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1899, New York
First edition. 8vo. Inscribed in pencil by the author at top of front free fly leaf, "Compliments of the author, N. A. Jennings." Color, pictorial cloth, x , 321 pp., Outstanding account of Jennings' life as a Texas Ranger in the late 1870's. "The first edition is exceedingly scarce...contains much material on Texas gunmen, such as John Wesley Hardin and King Fisher, and the Taylor-Sutton Feud and other border troubles."--Ramon Adams. "...this is one of the most interesting accounts of the life of the Texas Rangers in the late 1870's."--John H. Jenkins. Previous owners' names on front endpapers, rear free fly leaf has been replaced, else a very good internally clean and tight copy housed in a cloth slipcase. Highly recommended and copies signed by Jennings are rare.
Inventory Number: 48872