Guns #1679-(original) exceedingly rare-the author was an old Texas cowboy. Herd #1757. Indian fighting, cowboy life, trail driving, and much on Billy the Kid. This reprint ltd. to 500c. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: AN AGED WANDERER. Life Sketch of J.M. Parker...
Publisher: Fred White, Jr.
Publication Date: 1968
Book Condition: Fine
Book Description Fred White, Jr., Bryan, TX. Soft cover. Book Condition: As New. Limited Facsimile Edition. No defects to note. Facsmilie of booklet published in 1923 by Elkhorn Wagon Yard, San Angelo, Texas. Blue, stapled wrappers, 32pp. #366 of 500 of the Limited Edition. Parker's recollections of his early life as he is in his "declining years". Born is 1852 in Alabama, the family lived in Fort Smith, Arkansas, before moving on to Texas. Parker was a cattle drover for Chisum; fought Indians; was with his friend Billy the Kid in Lincoln County, NM; met Kit Carson and Buffalo Bill. Quite a rounder by his own admission!. Bookseller Inventory # 013248
Book Description Fred White, no date. Soft cover. Book Condition: As New. No Jacket. A bright, fresh copy, # 199 of 500 copy facsimile reprint. Apprx 5 1/2" x 8 1/2". 32 pp. Done originally by "Headquarters: Elkhorn Wagon Yard, San Angelo, Texas. Monroe Parker begins his story with the statement "I came to the West at the close of the (Civil) war and stayed with the front ranks for years." Interesting stuff. Bookseller Inventory # L1245
Book Description Fred White, Jr., Bryan, 1968. Wrs. Book Condition: Fine. Paper covers, 32 pp. #102 of 500c. Facsimile of 1923 ed. He was a cattle drover for Chisum, fought Indians, was with Billy the Kid in Lincoln, NM. Guns #1679-(original) exceedingly rare-the author was an old Texas cowboy. Herd #1757. Indian fighting, cowboy life, trail driving, and much on Billy the Kid. Bookseller Inventory # 028861
Book Description Headquarters, Elkhorn Wagon Yard, San Angelo, Texas. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. N.D. Original pictorial wraps, 32 pages, photo, minor edge wear. Herd 1757, Howes P78, One-Fifty 111, "In spite of its errors, it is a much sought and important collector's item." Six-Guns 1679, "The author was an old Texas cowboy who became crippled with paralysis and sold these little books for a livelyhood as he wandered over the country.". Bookseller Inventory # 014522