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The Cowboy And His Interpreters. DOUGLAS BRANCH

The Cowboy And His Interpreters.


Other works by DOUGLAS BRANCH

Publication: D Appleton and Company, 1926, New York

First edition. 8vo. Pictorial cloth, endpapers by Joe DeYong, ix [3], 277 [3] pp., frontispiece [drawing by by Will James that also appears on the front panel of the dust jacket]. illustrated, bibliography. Two illustrations by C.M. Russell. 18 illustrations by Joe de Yong. Six Score 12 says, "Branch was an easterner and not a rancher. but his work is considered an accurate and useful study. The best section of the book is a literary critique of western writers dealing with the range in fiction." Fine bright copy in the elusive dust jacket with light wear to the spine ends and the extremities and a small old water stain to the bottom edge of the spine. Very scarce in the dust jacket.

Inventory Number: 46462