Publication: Palomino Press, 1970, Santa Fe
First edition. 8vo. Printed stiff wrappers, viii, 221 pp., acknowledgments, frontispiece, illustrated, notes, bibliography. "Black Jack" Ketchum (1863-1901) and his companions were among the boldest outlaws ever to ride the American Southwest, and almost the last of their line. They were on the dodge in Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona for less than four years and their career as bandits lasted for a little more than two years. Covers lightly soiled and with three small minor abrasions to the lower front cover, else a clean and tight copy. Very good.
Inventory Number: 45844