Publication: Crane & Company, 1907, Topeka
First edition. 8vo. Cloth, 256 pp., frontis. [photograph], 20 x 14 cm. Six Guns 614 says, "Includes material on some outlaws of the Indian Territory, and the gunmen of Dodge City. The author tells of the killing of Phil Coe by Hickok, but has the time and place wrong." Donoho was a cowboy during the period of which he writes, and is thoroughly conversant with every phase of cowboy life. "Very scarce." Fine, bright, tight copy of a scarce book.
Inventory Number: 46559