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Voice Of The Mexican Border. El Paso Issue.  Jack Shipman [Editor]

Voice Of The Mexican Border. El Paso Issue.

Jack Shipman [Editor]

First edition. Quarto. Pictorial wrappers, 143-189 pp., illustrated, portraits. Vol.1, No. 4, December, 1933. This special issue deals with the history and events of El Paso. Articles include, "El Paso The Hub of Texas History," "Mexican Payrolls and American Bandits," "Mrs. Harriette Quisenberry," "A Border Hero: William B. Hazen," "The Camels Came to the Big Bend," "Fort Quitman," "The Salt War of San Elizario," "The Cowboy's Prayer," "Fort Davis and Indians," "The Robbery of the Valentine Store," "Van Horn Wells," and "Some Early History of Presidio." "The Robbery of the Valentine Store" is written by E.E. Townsend, and tells about the "Black Jack" Ketchum gang. Minor wear to cover edges else a very good copy. Scarce.

Inventory Number: 46381

$125.00