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Dobie, J. Frank
The Flavor of Texas
Dealy and Lowe, Dallas, 1936. 287 pp., frontis, index, illustrations. First edition with variant dust jacket. A fine, tight, unread, unmarked, sharp cornered copy in a fine, bright, unblemished dust jacket as photographed. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR on the dedication page with no inscriptions. Certainly, a Dobie "folklore" classic. Chapters on G.T.T. 9Gone To Texas), How Texas Was Hell on Women, Bigfoot Wallace, The White Captive, The Trail Driver Breed and many more. Dobie at his best! From the estate of Dudley R. Dobie from San Marcos, Texas. Six-Guns 602, Herd 691, McVicker A5, Dobie p.51. AN EXCEPTIONAL CONDITION, PRISTINE COPY. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: K & B Books [Tucson, AZ, AZ, U.S.A.]
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