Title: THE BLACK LION INN.
Publication Date: 1903
Illustrator: REMINGTON, FREDERIC
Edition: 1st Edition
Lewis, Alfred Henry. THE BLACK LION INN. NY: R.H. Russell, 1903 First edition. Spine slightly toned, otherwise fine in a pictorial cover. Frontispiece by Horace Taylor, with tissue guard intact, plus fifteen full page illustrations by noted western artist Frederic Remington. More Wolfville tales, a popular series of stories, set in an Arizona frontier town loosely based on 1880s Tombstone, and narrated by the "Old Cattleman" who, as Lewis explained in his introduction to Wolfville, tells "his stories in his own fashion," in a style that is "crude, abrupt, meagre." The Black Lion Inn is one of the six sequels that followed Wolfville: Sandburrs (1900), Wolfville Days (1902), Wolfville Nights (1902), The Black Lion Inn (1903), Wolfville Folk (1908), and Faro Nell and Her Friends (1913). Lewis was a lawyer in Cleveland until 1881, when he became a wandering cowboy in the Southwest. Bookseller Inventory # 000208
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