Octavo. 249p. In the very scarce pictorial dust jacket. No copies with dust jackets were noted in the major catalogues of Morrison. Inscribed on front end paper: "Sincerely yours, E.A. Brintinstool, Los Angeles, Cal, April, 1914." Though known by many for his writings about Custer and the Battle of Little Big Horn, it is western poetry with the dialect of the cowboy for which he is remembered by most working cowboys. In the introduction, Robert Burdette notes he captured "the abundant, exuberant, natural dialect of the range and the rodeo; the long winding trail, the sweep of the prairies.his verse lends splendor to the sunrise and beauty of the sunset.they chant the glories and the beauties, the joys and dangers the dances and conflicts of the vanishing life." Bound in a light brown cloth with a mounted photograph, lettering white, spine lettering white and mostly rubbed off. In pictorial dust jacket with a few chips and some light soiling or spotting, short split to jacket along joint. In all, a very good copy. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Trail Dust of a Maverick (signed By the ...
Publisher: Dodd, Mead
Publication Date: 1914
Edition: First Edition.
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