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Narrative of Nicholas "Cheyenne" Dawson (Overland to California in '41 & '49, and Texas in '51) With an Introduction by Charles L. Camp and Colored Drawings by Arvilla Parker
The Grabhorn Press May, 1933, San Francisco - 8vo, lt tan cloth over brown bds, title in dark brown on spine label and vertically on spine, colored illus on fb, sl. bumping to top corners, very clean and tight, deckled edgtes; offsetting to ffep and rfep, else internally clean and bright; INSCRIBED by Ed Grabhorn on ffep, "To Alice & John, The only change I'd make in this book if done over, would be to correct the errors." Colored tp with lightly colored drawing of horsemen, other lovely simply colored drawings at beginnings of chapters, attractive letter press printing an rag paper; pp.11(prelims),100,6(notes by Charles Camp); no dj, protected in clear mylar cover. One of 500 copies. No.7 of the Rare Americana Series. Original was published in 1901. Graff 1027, Howes D-159, Herd 661, Cowan p.161, Mintz 118. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: Gunstock Hill Books]
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