White paper covers w/Cisneros illus. & SIGNED by Cisneros, 37 pp., photos, Cisneros title page illus. Introd. by J.Evetts Haley. Brazel claimed he killed Pat Garrett but when brought to trial the charges were dismissed and Brazel eventually disappeared. Offprint from the Panhandle Plains Hist. Review, Vol. XVII, 1969. Very scarce. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: THE STRANGE STORY OF WAYNE BRAZEL.
Publisher: Palo Duro Press
Publication Date: 1969
Binding: Illus. Wrs.
Book Condition: Fine
Book Description Palo Duro Press, Canyon, Texas, 1969. Paper Wrappers. Condition: Near Fine. First Edition Thus. 37 pages. Near fine in illustrated white paper wrappers with mild cover soiling. Errata tipped-in on rear free endpaper. Offprint edition from Panhandle-Plains Historical Review Vol. XLII, 1969. Wayne Brazel claimed to have killed Pat Garrett. The author explores the evidence and concludes that Brazel did not pull the trigger. Size: 8.5 x 6 Inches. Seller Inventory # 006657
Book Description Panhandle Plains Hist. Rev., Canyon, 1969. Wrs, Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: None. 1st.. Stiff paper covers, pp. 23-59, photos, Cisneros illus. Brazel claimed to have killed Pat Garrett but was acquitted. Also contains: Bessie Wright-DIARY OF THE FIRST PACK TRAIN TO LEAVE FT.SMITH FOR CALIFORNIA IN 1841; Edmondson-E.IRVING COUSE, PAINTER OF INDIANS. Seller Inventory # 028174
Book Description Palo Duro Press, 1970. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. NOT ex-library. No dust jacket. Seller Inventory # mon0000216938
Book Description Panhandle-Plains Historical Society, 1969., Canyon, 1969. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Story appears in the Panhandle-Plains Historical Review, Vol. XLII, 1969. Pictorial wrappers, 23 - 60 pp., footnotes, illustrated, portraits, map, one full-page drawing by Jose Cisneros. Wayne Brazel disappeared in 1914, and little, if any, attention was paid. However five years earlier he had been much in the public eye when he was acquitted on another charge ---the sensational killing of Pat Garrett, the slayer of Billy the Kid. Fine, unread copy of a very scarce title and the true first edition for this title. Seller Inventory # 42418
Book Description 1970. MULLIN, Robert N. The Strange Story of Wayne Brazel. [Canyon, TX: Palo Duro Press, 1970]. 1st ed. iii.36pp. Illus., portraits, map. Orig. cloth. Three original photographs of headstones, else near fine. One of 50 copies in cloth. Presentation inscription from the author on front endpaper. Brazel moved as a child to Lincoln County, New Mexico Territory. He became a cowboy and rancher. Brazel claimed to have shot Pat Garrett, though he was later acquitted. Seller Inventory # 63225