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Law and Order Ltd.: The Rousing Life of Elfego Baca by  Kyle S Crichton - First Edition - 1928 - from Page One, Too; Antiquarian Books and

Law and Order Ltd.: The Rousing Life of Elfego Baca

by Crichton, Kyle S

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Santa Fe: New Mexican, 1928. First Edition, Published July, 1928 stated; 8vo, brown cloth; vg (front board lightly soiled; spine ends bumped; top edge dustsoiled; weak hinges, which I believe is a binding flaw; toned eps) in vg- dj (price-clipped; edges and spine darkened; edges worn, torn, and chipped at spine ends and corners); 219pp.. First Edition. Hard Cover.


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