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The Buffalo Head : A Southwest History Biography

by Kelly Daniel T. with Beatrice Chauvenet

Condition: Very Good

Santa Fe,New Mexico: Vergara Publishing Co, 1972. Stated First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good . 288 pages, 6 X 9 inches. Description of the mercantile empire of Gross, Kelly & Company based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Interesting footnote by John Gaw Meem concerning adobe churches and their preservation in New Mexico. Introduction by Paul Horgan. NO dust jacket present.


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