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Horse Wrangler: Sixty Years in the Saddle in Wyoming and Montana

by Bard, Floyd C. [As Told To Spring, Anges Wright]

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Norman: University Of Oklahoma Press. 1960. First Edition. NF/NF, book shows no wear or tear, impeccable. The DJ has some cornerwear, some rubbing front, minor edgewear head/foot of spine, general edgewear elsewhere. Protected in mylar. ; 8vo, yellow cloth, green lettering, top page edges tinted purple, DJ, 296pp. , index. Includes map and b&w photographic illustrations. .



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