"After Benteen's death, his letters to Goldin were sold to E. A. Brininstool. He later sold them to Phillip Cole of New York. After his death, they were sold to the Thomas Gilcrease Foundation. However Brininstool had retained a copy and allowed Graham to make copies for his study, and from that typed set, several copies were made and distributed" -- John Carroll. Dated 6 February 1952 and contains an introduction and a cover page explaining the differences between Brininstool's and Cole's copies. Typed mimeographed pages in a cloth binder, about one inch thick, and contains the unexpurgated text. This is a copy of the mimeographed copy of the original. Addressed at bottom corner to Mr. Don Hill of Los Angeles, California. A very unique item and rare! For a detailed history see O'Keefe 958 and Dustin 292. Fine copy.
Inventory Number: 45169