First edition. 8vo. Signed by the author. Pictorial wrappers, 20 pp., double column, illustrated, sources. The author is a local historian and researcher who writes about the people and history of the Douglas-Agua Prieta area. Born Alice Smith, she lived a life of contrasts and so she was quite at home on the Mexican-American border. She was a canny merchant known for her charity. She was a good Mormon who kept a saloon. She was a counselor and friend to Mexican presidents, yet today she is the forgotten woman of the Mexican Revolution. As new, unread copy.
Inventory Number: 33849