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image of Old West Magazine: Fall, 1964 *FIRST ISSUE*

Old West Magazine: Fall, 1964 *FIRST ISSUE*

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: The Life of Big Foot Wallace; The Haunted Corral; Pedro Loco; Ring-Tailed Roarer; Tales of the Branding Iron; The Honor of Old Thunder; Mad Killers of El Dorado Canyon; Blizzard Bull; When Cooper Wright Met the Mob; Medicine Woman; Last War Trail of Victorio; The Rifle That Opened the West; Lost Mine of the Klickitat; Spur Talk; Spirit Curse of the Lost Frenchman's Gold; Wild Horse Roundup; When Death Rode the Jarbidge Stage; Big Winnie; The Great Baptizing; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality copy. . Very Good. 1964. First Edition.

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image of Old West Magazine: Winter, 1974

Old West Magazine: Winter, 1974

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Cowboy Strongman - Tom Tyler; Lost Lead/Silver Vein on New River; The Saga of Mike Devaney; Penalty for a Midnight Robbery; That Topographical Ghost - Horsehead Crossing; Three Quick Rifle Shots; What's the Use of Going On?; A Hobo's Christmas Eve; David Crockett's Unheroic Grandson; Old San Diego's Haunted House; The Shooting Above Goldman's Saloon; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1974. First Edition.

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image of Old West Magazine: Summer, 1983

Old West Magazine: Summer, 1983

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Sixguns on the Diamond - a story of athletics as played on the frontier; Murder at Escondido; The Strangulation of Damian Romero - it was Sheriff Mason Bowman's first hanging and he wanted everything to go right... of course it didn't; Photographer with Custer - William H. Illingworth; Samuel Kyburz - the forgotten man who helped Sutter settle California; Cowboy Mutiny - the Nefsey Brothers; Bad Blood - The True Story of Harry Tracey - the first complete account of the Notorious Pacific Northwest Outlaw - long article with many photos; Erastus 'Deaf' Smith - he gave one momentous year to the Texas Revolution; Horse and Buggy Doctor - Dr. C. Dana Carter Served the Wilds of Wyoming; Old West Cookery - Foods of Early California, with recipes; Alf Bolin's Reign of Terror. Average wear. Unmarked. Sound copy. . Good. 1983. First Edition.

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image of Old West Magazine: Winter, 1964

Old West Magazine: Winter, 1964

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Gold Trails of 1898; The Other World of the Superstitions; A Pair of Outlaws; King of Mountain Men; Murder in the Bitterroots; Outlaws in the Brush; A Ghost Named Jones; "Let 'er Rip" Montana; He Out-Robbed Jesse James; Here Lies Buried Treasure!; Too Tough to Die; Cowboy Rides a Camel; Choctaw Execution; Man-Eater of Powderhorn Creek; Indian Fight; Smokey Joe; Saved by a Glass-Eyed Horse; Bad Man; Operation Ghost Town; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality copy. . Very Good. 1964. First Edition.

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image of Old West Magazine: Winter 1979

Old West Magazine: Winter 1979

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Two Ugly Men - Glanton, the brutal scalp hunter, and Naked Horse, the vengeful Yuma chief, fought to the death for control of the mighty Colorado; Homesteaders' Saturday Night - in the sand hills west of North Platte, Nebraska; Meanest Town on the Coast - Madison, Texas; He Lived with the Barrens - John Hornby; Captain Jack - a stray in the family line - Orren Arms Curtis; Tensleep Raid - the raiding and burning of a sheep camp threw the Big Horn Basin country of Wyoming into a turmoil of accusations, hatred and murder!; Unleaded Horse Flesh - Did we shut the stable door to soon?; Trapped in a Snowbank - Grandfather Dickinson moves his young family to Lyon County, Minnesota in 1872; Rekindling Camp Fires - The Exploits of Ben Arnold (Connor) (Wa-si-cu Tam-a-he-ca) - Part II; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Address label removal from front cover opened a hole 1" x 3" which has been taped over. Otherwise a sound copy. . Good. 1979. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Spring 1979

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: The Last War Party - Prairie Chicken Old Man led his war party of young Bloods on one last raid against the Crows; Mad Dog! - Rabies; Buckskin Frank Leslie - Wyatt Earp called him the most dangerous man ever to set foot in Arizona Territory; A Young Man's Country - All alone in northern Alberta - William Greening; The Mussel Slough Tragedy - could a big railroad lie and push hundreds of settlers around?... 5 brave men died to prove it couldn't; 'Durned Right There's Ghosts!"; Frontier Guardian, Lew Wetzel - a burning hate, an insatiable lust for Indian blood, drove him on in his endless quest for new victims; Bitter Blizzard - it was root hog or die for man and beast when the granddaddy of fierce storms swept the plains; Comanche Captive - what happened to Alice Todd?; No Fit Place for a Man of the Cloth - an Irish priest is scared half to death on a long stage trip in Wyoming; Riding the High Country (end); and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1979. First Edition.

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image of Old West Magazine: Fall, 1965

Old West Magazine: Fall, 1965

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: A Texan Hits the Pampas; Blacksmiths and Goldbugs; When Bullock's Cowboys Hoorahed the Potomac; $200,000 Cache?; Old Buttermilk; First Blood; Lucky Bill Gets the Noose; No Peace for Conquerors; Bass Outlaw - The Little Wolf; No Re-Ride; The Passing of Cloud Dancer; Cowboys and Horses; On This Day; Let'er Rip; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality copy. . Very Good. 1965. First Edition.

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image of Old West Magazine - Summer 1967 *SPECIAL GHOST TOWN ISSUE*

Old West Magazine - Summer 1967 *SPECIAL GHOST TOWN ISSUE*

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: complete reprint of rare book "Tales of the West" by Frank W. Calkins; Elkhorn - Montana's amazing ghost town; Stolen Bullion of Indian Ridge - taken from 'Golden Treasures of the San Juan' by John B. Marshall and Temple H. Cornelius; Arizona's Toughest Ranger - Jeff Kidder; The Barker Family looks at the old days - a family moves west/'call-cattle' of the mountains; Utah's Unknown - the Newfoundland Mountains in Utah; The Goldrush follies; Battle at Ball's Ranch, Texas; The Big Old Red Ants of Cow Country - Bert Judia; Where the Gold Turned from Yellow to Green - Idaho's Clearwater country got a second chance; Wells Fargo and the Concord; Lore of Lynx Creek - stray bullet kills a community; 'Cash up' Davis' love affair - his hotel south of Spokane; Garry Owen - the pride of Fort Bliss; Cottonwood Tales of central Kansas; Thirty Days in a Rut - early motor journeys; A Raft of Trouble for the Wrong Train - the Percy train robbers of Wyoming; Lost Fort of the Cimarron; Mrs. Burton's macabre ordeal courtesy of Peter A. Vallat, French Creole born in New Orleans. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1967. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine - Spring 1968

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: They called him Coyote - Scott Andrew Smith; Goodhearted and unlucky - Long George Francis; Stump-Jumper on the Fairbanks-Valdez Trail; Blue Riches Halfway to the Sky; Foster Child of the Kiowas - Millie Dergan; Why Badmen were Bad; Gay times in Gibbonsville, Idaho; Climb the Blackjack! - Longhorn Cattle; Climax Jim - Rustler Rufus Nephews, alias Jim Thomas; Noah H. Rose - frontier cameraman; Steamboat on Puget Sound - the Beaver; Oakes Rhymes with Hoax - D.C. Oakes and Pikes Peak gold; Last days of the great northern herd; 'an eye for an eye' was not enough - William Clark Quantrill and his band; Gunfighting tricks of the trade; complete reprint of scarce book - Rube Burrow, King of Outlaws and his Band of Train Robbers by G.W. Agee; and more. Clean and bright with light wear. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1968. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine - Spring 1967

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Reprint of rare book 'Twelve Years in the Saddle for law and order on the frontiers of Texas, by Sergeant W.J.L. Sullivan, Texas Ranger; an Indian fight in Jackson Hole - the Bannock Indians; Canadian Gold on a California Reef - Pacific Mail Steamer, Brother Jonathan; The Dogie from Kickapoo Creek - John Boon Formwalt; Walt Coburn's Tally Book; The Lost Love of Jim Younger; Rocky Mountain Iron Man - Bruce Neal; Spokane's Fighting Marshal - Joel F. Warren; Tales of Tonopah, Nevada; . J. Wright Mooar and John W. Mooar put a price on the head of the buffalo! ; Slick faced and Sweet Smelling - early barbers; I saw Jim French Die - Catoosa, I.T.; Father Thought the world of Charley Russell; Old Fort Moroni; 'X' marks my room - early stagecoach travel; 'Denver has always been a good show town'; and more. Clean and unmarked (aside from 3 works underlined on page 7) with light wear. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1967. First Edition.

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image of Old West Magazine: Spring, 1974

Old West Magazine: Spring, 1974

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Artist "Shorty" Shope; Lost River of Silver; The Only Conchita; Dyrenforth's Assault on the Heavens; Jekyll-Hyde of the Twin Territories; Tragedy in Fremont County; When Steam was Power; The Murder of Cadete; Sam Colt's Big Pistol; Cyclones and Neighbors; Old Wimberley Mills; At Strawberry, Arizona; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1974. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Summer, 1974

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Warm Weather Ne'er-do-wells; Get Up, Mule... Please!; Gold Cache at Cedar Hill; End of a Madman's Trail; The Price Was Right; Two Sides of the Green Boys; Battle of the Beard; Trapper Man; From No-Account to Plain Mean; Old Fort Robidoux; Stub's Express; A Different Kind of Race; Deaf Smith Versus Santa Anna; Night of Terror; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1974. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Spring, 1973

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Outlaws I Have Known; Idaho's Fabulous Lost Mines; War Horses for the British; Drivin' A Dogs-and-Chickens Scatterer; La Piedra Pintada; Stop-over at Caudill's Ranch; "Draw One for Babe!"; Copper King in a Mining Camp; Strangers and Strays; Silver Spurs Without a Jingle; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Very Good. 1973. First Edition.

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image of Old West Magazine: Winter, 1973

Old West Magazine: Winter, 1973

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Sky's the Limit?; Maysville was a Whiskey Runner's Heaven!; Taking a Short Cut to a Long Shot; Old Cowboy Montan'; Lost Mines in the El Paso Range; George McJunkin's Pile of Bones; Missouri River Girl; The Bear Chaser; No Need to Talk Religion; On the Trail of Gabe Hans; British Columbia's Doukhobors; Murder or an act of war?; The Little Bit of Trickery; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1973. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine - Winter 1967

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Reprint of scarce book - Indian Fighting on the Texas Frontier by Captain John M. Elkins; Apache Tears - Nino Cochise; The Wake of Whiskey Bill; The First War Correspondent, 1846; Treasure rode in the boot; Mysterious trapper Billy Nay; Bill Hickok's girl on the flying trapeze; Alias 'Shooting Star' - a drifter covets a horse; The day the glue pot became a cauldron! - the Seattle fire of 1889; A cavern of gold in New Mexico?; The Army's 'stubborn fact' - the Army mule driver; A hard man to understand - Stephen W. Dorsey; people of the Laramie Plains; Ghost Ferry in Hoodoo Valley - Seneaquoteen Post; Rufus 'Potato' Clark of Denver; Pioneer Child - Nettie Hight Yarbrough; James Case's Last Frontier. Clean, bright and unmarked with very light wear. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1967. First Edition.

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image of Old West Magazine - Fall 1969

Old West Magazine - Fall 1969

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Fourth of July at Lodge Pole; Lost Frozen Blood - Garnets, like the beaver hat, eventually lost favour in the world of fashion, but for a while they were dear enough to pit man against man; Messenger to the Indians - William Averill Comstock; 'Yellow Kid' and the Wisdom Tooth - Josepth Weil; Neal Coldwell - Gallant Texas Ranger; There were all kinds of gunfighters - Bill Traynor; Our Country's Mysterious Monsters; The Old JJ Ranch - How it Began, How it was Run; Deadwood's Lady of Cards; Capture of the Horse Thieves; Experiences of a forty-niner during a third of a century in the gold fields - by Charles D. Ferguson (part 2) Average wear. Unmarked. Minor moisture exposure to upper portion of some pages. Sound copy. . Good. 1969. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine - Summer 1968

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Mickey Free - Manhunter!, First time ever revealed, the full life story of the most dreaded killer in Apacheria; Tennessee Hell-raiser - Jason Ferdinand Patterson; Defeating the King of the Prairies - the wolf; Church Hollow Treasure; Old Oklahoma's Red Hills People; Mysterious John Day; Satchels, Scalpels and Buffalo Coats - the uniform of a Frontier Doctor; A Former Dorado Looks at Pancho Villa; Historian of the Vigilantes - Thomas Dimsdale; Did George Colgate have to die?; The Widow's Camels; Top of the World - Corona, Colorado; Secret of Skeleton Rock - a missing Army payroll; Murder at Horse Creek - the murder of James B. Jackson and his son; Butte City's Fortune Tellers; Desert Log Drive; Wagons by Studebaker; Kidnapped, Tarred and Feathered. Clean and bright with light wear. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1968. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine - Fall, 1965

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Contains complete reprint of the first book ever written by an American Indian, 'Life Among the Piutes' by Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins; A Texan hits the Pampas - Milt Hinkle, The South American Kid; Blacksmiths and Goldbugs; When Bullock's Cowboys hoorahed the Potomac; $200,000 cache?; Old Buttermilk; First Blood; Lucky Bill Gets the Noose; No Peace for Conquerors; Base Outlaw - the little wolf; No re-ride; The Passing of Cloud Dancer; Cowboys and Horses; Old West Short Features; On this Day. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1965. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine - Summer 1969

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: New Mexico's tumultuous twin towns - Kingston roared like a lion, Hillsboro - out of a hat!; Lola Montez - Man Breaker; The men who don't fit in; Gunplay! - a California Feud; Reporting a Gold Rush - the Black Hills, 1875; The Thousand Dollar Tree - a tree doubles as a bank; Destruction of the Devilfish - whaling off California; Remember the Chili Queens?; Jack Abernathy - Oklahoma Legend; Experiences of a forty-niner during a third of a century in the gold fields, by C.D. Ferguson (Part one); and more. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. Sound copy. . Good. 1969. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine - Spring 1969

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Land of the Noose - Yegua Knobbs; The making of a renegade - Navajo Frank; John Elsner's Dark Fortune; It was hard to stay sober in Neihart, Montana!; Eagle Tail Won't Talk; Bars instead of Bullets - Sheriff Tillman D. Taylor; 'Indian' John Nelson; Fresh Air and Ants - old time picnics; The man who 'took' Wells Fargo - Charles Wells Banks; 'Higher than the fish can go' - the Deadwood mining district of Valley County, Idaho; Badmen as I knew them - Walter Rodgers; Creatures of the night - coyotes; Scarce Book - 'A Drummer's Experience' by J.S. Dearing. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1969. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Fall, 1973

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: California's Prince of Rascals; Tom Gilmore's Ordeal; Lost Mine West of Hiko; "Cap" White Followed the Book; The Wells Fargo Forgeries; Herding a Stork Through the Caribou Mountains; Sylvan Grove Bank Robbery; The Spring Seat on a Wagon; Nine Died - Three Lived; The Crime Against Sylvester Mowry; Peacemakers Walk a Dangerous Road; The Yucca Brevifolia; Tumbleweeds; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1973. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Summer, 1973

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Don of Ganado; Lorenzo, the Great; A Slab of Gold; Shanghaied!; Those Army Mules; Judge Gibson's 'Past'; Dare-the-Devil Women; Massacre at Marais Des Cygnes; The Men of Miller-Lux; Digger Man of Julesburg; Ghosts for Sale!; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Very Good. 1973. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Fall, 1974

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: A Brief History of Early Days in North Texas and Indian Territory; Ghosts of the Copper Bells; God was with me; The Clearinghouse Mine; Old Boz - Yankee with a Gun; A Stagecoach Reunion; "I Rode for Gerlach"; The Dancing Countryman; River Rider; Old Morenci, Arizona; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1974. First Edition.

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image of Old West Magazine - Winter 1969

Old West Magazine - Winter 1969

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Foot-loose and Fancy Free - Kenneth Oliver; Runestones and Tombstones - were Vikings in Oklahoma? Their calling cards exist; Early-day rodeo circuits; Lost ingots from the Ajo Mine; Queen Ann of Brown's Hole - the rustler was a lady!; Silver Lake, Oregon's most tragic Christmas; Ghosts of the men from Spain; Last days of the Park Reinsmen; So the doctor took a trip; Some men ain't sociable; Bronc Peelin'; Indian Raids in Lincoln County, Kansas 1864 and 1869. Light wear. Clean and unmarked. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1969. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine - Spring, 1971

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Chasing the greatest Bandido of all, Pancho Villa; Oats and green pastures for the rest of your life - outrunning the Indians; The impossible treasures of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma; Railroad towns were tough - Piedmont,Wyoming; The Test - a trader's first confrontation with the Indians; Gambling in early day Montana; Train ticket west; Ride easy kid, the road's rough - sage advice from a man who should know; Prison Delivery - Emmett Dalton - complete pamphlet in this issue, plus related story The Penal Press and 'The Clock'; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1971. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine - Winter, 1971

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: A cowpuncher in the Pecos - F.S. Millard; When a Collie Carried the Mail - Dorsey the mail-carrying dog; The Rose Quartz Gold of western New Mexico; One Thanksgiving Day with Charlie Russell and Horace Brewster; ; Inepegut, the crazy Indian of the Uintah Basin in Utah; Henry Worrall's place in Western Art; The Sheriff never lost his smile - Charlie Wills; San Quentin hell ship - Prison-brig Euphemia and Store-ship Apollo; a crutch, a cane, a mission - one of Stand Watie's soldiers; Elk City, Idaho; Arizona's Great Horse Gather - Clay McGonagill was foreman of the 1919 roundup to clear the Papagos' land; He knew the horse - Frederic Remington; and more. Clean, bright and unmarked with very light wear. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1971. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine - Spring, 1972

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Frontier legend - Captain William F. Drannan; Mad Dog Dilda - Dennis W. Dilda; Backsliders and Brush Arbors - religious people rush to the newly opened Indian Territory; 30,000 Yesterdays in photos - wonderful early photos from Port Angeles, Washington and environs; Ambush in Wingate Pass - Death Valley Scotty; Broncho Billy's Last Ride; Double Shooting in Hays, Kansas; Almenzo Yerdon's Deep-Freeze Bank - loner died without revealing where his money was hidden; Two Bachelors and a Lighthouse - Aroya, Colorado; Would a Fur-Trading man know Gold? - Bear Butte; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1972. First Edition.

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image of Old West Magazine - Summer 1966

Old West Magazine - Summer 1966

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: 'History and Reminiscences of J.W. Cooper, California Sheep Baron - reprinted in its entirety; Hell and Hight Water - early loggers; Colter's Boone - John Colter; Rattlesnakes I have known; The Murder of Simeon Turley; W. T. 'Slick' Clements - dead shot; Black Rock Swindle - Humboldt County, Nevada; The Harvey Houses - food and accommodation for travellers; Bitter Sunset - Gokliya, famed Apache war chief; They didn't stay for dinner - early Coloradan 'Zan' Hicklin got rid of bores; Old West Scrapbook; Bears are bigger in the dark; Sandon, British Columbia - Misfortune's Playground; White Man's revenge - what happened when a young Indian refused to submit; The Denton-Twiggs Feud - Jesse Roper; We ran the Jim - the James River, South Dakota in the 1880s; Bert Casey and the Hughes Ranch, Oklahoma; Longest stage route in the world; The meanest Cayuse; Cry of the Death Bird; Early Day Cow Hosses. Clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1966. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Winter 1980

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Sea Otters and Personalized Bullets - long-ago days of white hunters, Indian hunters, and a curiosity-filled child on the beach - Grays Harbor, Chehalis County, Washington; Riding the Rails with Hood River Blackie - Hobo Camps and Jungles; The Scandal of Park County - Como, a near-ghost town in Colorado's South Park; New Mexico's Tully Family - a story of cattle and horses and men of strong will; Will Written on a hat - W.S. Baldwin; Oil Boom in Alligator Land - Dallison, West Virginia; Matched Bronc Ridin'; Logging on Nine Mile Creek in Western Montana - Eat, Sleep, and Work - no Women, few laughs; Murder on Cane Hill - makeshift brutality avenged by makeshift justice dealt out by the famed 36 - Washington County, in Northwest Arkansas; The Doctor Turns Cowboy - Part II from 'A Frontier Doctor' by Henry Hoyt; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Sound copy. . Good. 1980. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Summer, 1976

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Till the Law Cut us Down!; Bill Box Didn't Wear a Gun; California's Golden Fleet; Luke Short's Brother Joe; Killer From West Point; Buckskin Joe; Buried Treasure at Austin; Six Horses; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1976. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Summer 1981

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Conrad Kohrs' Race with 'The Innocents'; Pistol or shotgun which killed Billy the Kid?; The Remarkable Esther Pariseau, who later became the remarkable Sister Joseph; Rough Riders' First Reunion - Nostalgic Photos and article; Chief Tecopa and the 'Hikos' - Tecopa sensed that the white man's magic would prevail in this world and beyond; Quantrill's Skull - the missing piece in a morbid jigsaw of bones; A Cavalryman who Didn't want Rank - Rufus Somerby longed to be free to fight; The Great Hanging at Gainesville, Cooke County, Texas, October, A.D. 1862; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Sound copy. . Good. 1981. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Winter, 1975

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: The Infamous Plan of San Diego; Clay Allison of the Washita; The Lost Bradfield Mine; Most Debonair Adventurer in the West; A Ten-Ton Payload; The 'Lone Survivor' is always suspect; 20th Century House-Raisin'; The Trial of Bob Doxey; We Used to Live Someplace; Early Days of a Cowboy on the Pecos; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1975. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Winter 1977

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: The Gun that Killed Billy the Kid; Legend of John McGaffey's Gold; 20th Century Vigilante Justice; The Town Named for Wyatt Earp; An Eerie Apartment House; Sharp Grover - 100% hero or a good deal less; Breakneck Trail; Trouble at the I M Ranch; Seven Brave Men; Soda Water Dippin'; The Fugitive; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Very Good. 1977. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Fall, 1977

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: The Most Awful Abduction of Elegant Elaine; He Fought the Blizzard of 1880 and won!; Incident at Las Cruces; The Diamond E and Diamond X Ranches; First Movie House West of the Mississippi; Ruthless Relative; Wild Game Country; Adventures of an Army Post Photographer; Cow-boy life in Texas or 27 years a mavrick; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1977. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Summer 1978

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: When Bob Dalton Hit the Longview Bank; Montana - the last frontier to be branded; Geronimo's Wives; Gold Beneath Toadstool Rock; The Tragic Punishment of James Black; Mademoiselle Nevada; Dodging Death along the Smoky Hill River; Bulkeley Wells - polite and lethal; The Crest and Crumble of Crook City; The Difference between Oregon and California Miners; Off to Indiana!; The Monarchs; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1978. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Summer, 1975

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Tough Warriors; A Fortune in Chinese Porcelain; Iowa's Terrible Gun Battle; The Sun Comes Up - The Sun Goes Down; The Great Onley; The Fresh Air Cure; Booby Trap; Good to the Last Ounce; Runnin' Wild; Hot-Headed Tom James; The Guy Who Stole His Own Sheep; Old West Scrapbook; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1975. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Fall, 1978

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: The Blizzard, by Walt Coburn; Revival at Seven Rivers - The Jones Family of New Mexico; Canyon of the Skeletons - a young Crow brave helps his people survive; The Fight that Finished Tombstone - the knockout punch by Mel Rigley was the most expensive punch in the entire history of the west!; Lady Moon - Catherine Evelyn Gartman was loud of voice, crude and boisterous of manner; Man, was it rough! - rugged Idaho Territory; The Last Owl-Hoot - lawmen called Earl Durand 'The Wyoming Tarzan'; Lost - a fortune in silver, somewhere in Arizona; They Could Laugh... at Death - the pioneers never lost their sense of humour; Sandhills Tragedy - children lost in the great sandhills of Western Nebraska, the dread fear of every pioneer family; The 'Fightin'est' Ranger - Jim Gillett; Military Ghosts on the Carson - Fort Churchill; Oklahoma Scout, by Theodore Baughman; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1978. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Summer 1980

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Back there in the time of the French - a tale of lost treasure, hope, love, international doublecross, and finally death - Emperor Maxmillian; Indian Raid on the Union Pacific - the work crew was grading a longer road than they knew; Freighting in to Deadwood, Black Hills; I Knew Quanah Parker; Curly Bill Brocius - Arizona Outlaw; Nellie Cashman - 'Angel of the Mining Camps'; Ball of Fire - Nebraska homesteaders had an unwritten law that no man dared break - prairie fires; A Mountain Man 'Writes a Book' - Jim Beckworth; Rekindling Camp Fires - The Exploits of Ben Arnold (Connor) - Conclusion; and more. Average wear. Few markings on pages 54-55. Sound copy. . Good. 1980. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Fall, 1983

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Bloodiest Miles on the Union Pacific - The Indians Nearly Stopped Construction of the Railroadi; Barney Riggs - Man of Violence - he was sent to prison for killing one man and turned loose for killing two!; Butch Cassidy Didn't Do It - The Winnemucca Bank Robbery; Black Widow of Kansas - Nellie Benthusen-Bailey-Reece; Frontier Heartbreak - the story of Darius Athorp and his wife, Harriet - separated forever; Muscatel and a Mule; Mustangs (wild horses) on the Gila River; Last of the Lednhi; Terror in the Night - Bald Knobbers; Sourdough from the Old West - with recipes; Masterton's Militia - a short career for Bat's Brother; Jim White - Boss Hunter; The Christmas Kiss. Average wear. Unmarked. Sound copy. . Good. 1983. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Spring 1978

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: "Stringin' a Greener"; White Horse, Black Horse - Murder!; Zane Grey's Original 'Lone Star Ranger'; A Hoodooed mine; The Squaw Line; Two Men Named John; Espionage Agent Pauline Cushman; 'Cat Hanging' with Greyhounds; Lottery in Laramie; Trapped Alive!; Grandma was an old-time Ranch Cook; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1978. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Summer, 1977

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: The Great Bastion of El Alamo; A Shallow Grave Near the Lost Dutch Oven; Shenanigan at the daisy; Heroines; A Kentuckian called 'Fur Cap'; Shootout at Sargeant's Station; A Boy at Dallas; Crossing the Big Red; McCarty Gang in Oregon; Edge of Settlement; An Unwritten History; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1977. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine - Fall, 1972

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Clean and unmarked with light wear. The life story of Finlay Booth; I think Earp took Johnny Ringo; Sanders of Turkey Creek; Secret Coves and Lost Worlds; A Mighty Good Railroad Town; McGonagill Pays Off; Black Robes and Circuit Riders; Hell! Dodge City ain't in the the United States!; Tom Fuller for Breakfast and three to a bed; Eleven limbs for eleven killers; and more. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1972. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine - Summer, 1972

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: The agony of a Morman Polygamist - Thomas Schofield faced renunciation of loved ones or imprisonment for conscience sake; The disastrous Arthur Dietz Expedition - 'Klondike madness pushed the little party of greehnorns beyond all hope of survival; Livestock Commission man; Ocosta broke the speculators' hearts!; Bushwhacked on the trail; Gold and where to find it; My dog was better known than I was! - Seymour was well known in Arkansas; La Tuileries Gardens - A Cattleman's Folly - Gillpatrick's amusement park, Colorado; Miracle at Stillwater, Oklahoma; I don't want none of your weevily wheat - Perry Hutchinson/Excelsior Mills, Marysville, Kansas; Bloody night on the Gila, Arizona; Captives among the Comanches - the true story of Jane Adeline Wilson; The great opportunist - Chicken Bill of Leadville, Colorado; and more. Clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1972. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine - Fall, 1966

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Reprint of "Recollections of Old Milestown" by S. Gordon; Sky of Brass, Earth of Iron - reprinted from the book 'Western Vision' by David Lavender; World's Greatest Slaughter! - the appalling slaughter of the American buffalo; Buffalo Comeback - the Canadian Government preserves a portion of Canada's once mighty buffalo population; Circuses and Contests; Before the days of Libel - when a newspaperman could say anything he durned please; Renegade Battalion - they deserted Fort Brown to join the Mexican Army only to be killed when the Americans stormed Monterrey in 1846; Travesty Town - the story of old Millerton; When Panic Took Over! - smallpox epidemic at New Tacoma, Washington Territory, 1881; Apache Gold - Buck Adams; Conquering the Rockies with a camera - William H. Jackson; Pioneer Mother - escaping the Indians; Old Cornucopia, Oregon and its gold mine; 'Bet-a-million' Gates - Magician - he turned barbed wire into a lead pipe cinch!; Death at Christmas - Frank Rochas; Lost Camp - from 'Homestead Years' by Lloyd I. Sudlow; Pawnee Bill - "Little Giant of Oklahoma'; Some men need it lonely - Archer B. Gilfillan, sheepherder; His eccentric highness - Joshua Norton, 'Emperor of the United States'; friend to no man - Ben Cravens used partners to commit crime... but didn't need their help to spend the proceeds; the courthouse went by train - moving a Nebraska courthouse by rail; Hellgate to Tonopah - early Nevada memories; Luckiest Cuss in the Klondike - Clarence J. Berry. Clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1966. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine - Winter, 1966

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: rare book reprint - West Wind, the life of Joseph Reddeford Walker, by Percy H. Booth; Men who wore the Oregon Boot (Gardner Shackle) - life in a makeshift territorial prison; Prairie fire - Walt Coburn; A ranch on the Nueces - Jim Ray builds a new home in Texas; the strange story of Quantrill's Surgeon - John W. Benson; Helena's hidden channel of gold; the freighter from Scotland - William Duff Stewart; Fortune's Little Casinos - scattered through Colorado's canyons; 'Tramp' General - Jo Shelby; Ghostly Camp Crittenden; Headhunting was their hobby - savage Haida raiders drew the last blood in their feud with Puget Sound pioneers a century ago... Their grim code demanded a white man's head for every Indian slain; He killed a heap of men - George Marlow; the day the brewery died - Gold Nugget Beer and the Black Hills Brewing Company of Central City, South Dakota; the boy Geronimo missed - clubbed and left for dead, he lived another hundred years!; 'she's taken bad, doc - early medicine in Big Spring, Texas; the twenty mules of Death Valley; Anvils and Coal Smoke - the old time blacksmith; One step at a time - early dreams in Wyoming; Trapped on Vick's Peak; Steamboats 'round the bend - Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; Ira Terrill - lawbreaker, madman or political scapegoat?; Savage days in Springtown, Texas; Black Hills Album. Clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1966. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Fall, 1979

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Half-Horse, Half-Alligator - no one was as tough as a mountain man; Murder in Manzano - Two rifle bullets fired in rapid succession slammed through the window and Charles Kusz, editor of the Gringo and Greaser, slumped to the floor; San Saba River Folk - a story of the Miller Family who make up in fearlessness what they lacked in numbers; Pick & Shovel Railroad - a fond farewell to one of Nevada's raunchiest lines; The Intellectual Con-man and his mysterious notebook - Clay Wilson in Denver; Old Herb Steele - maybe his bad disposition was 50% bluff but none of his neighbors wanted to find out for sure; Arizona Civilian Expressman John Jones; Came the Barefoot Priests - they brought their Christian religion to the 'heathen' Indians; Mystery of the Vanishing Wagons - somewhere between the desolate Snake crossing and the washout on the California cutoff, the two wagons had vanished and Johnny Quitman was determined to solve the puzzle; Rekindling Camp Fires - The Exploits of Ben Arnold (Connor) (Wa-si-cu Tam-a-he-ca) - Part I(?); and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1979. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Spring 1980

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Hosstail's Small Talk - 'Me - An Old-Timer?'; The Soldier Who Never Quit - General Guy V. Henry; The Baron of Cananea - William E. Green; Through the Black Range - Solitide has returned to the Devil Mountains; Indian Women Warriors; Walt Coburn's Tally Book; Wife of a Panhandle Sheriff - Sophia Connell; A Locked Door - memories from northern Colorado country; Mathew 'Bones' Hooks of Amarillo - a story of a black cowboy and white flowers; Where Schoolboys Packed Pistols - Tombstone; Rekindling Camp Fires - the exploits of Ben Arnold (Connor) (Wa-si-cu Tam-a-he-ca) Part III of the authentic narrative of sixty years in the Old West as Indian fighter, gold miner, cowboy, hunter and army scout; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Sound copy. . Good. 1980. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Winter 1978

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Cord of Death - Bloody Bill Anderson tied 53 knots in his silken; Llano Estacado - the savage 'staked plains of West Texas and New Mexico; Not Even a Drink - train robbery at Dale Creek, Wyoming; Curly Bill Brocius - The Counterfeit Gunman of Tombstone; The Donner Strategy; Indian Bow and Arrow Making; I Smuggled Guns Across the Border - caught in the maelstrom of Mexican revolution, the plight of the Mormon colonists in Mexico was a harrowing experience; Eagle Mills, Nebraska; Murder on the Snake - New York Bar was an isolated river boat station until E.H. Cummings was brutally axed; Riding the High Country, by Patrick T. Tucker - Part I; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1978. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Winter, 1976

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Birch Creek Massacre; The Fightin'est Cow I Ever Saw!; Lost Gold Ledge of Mormon Jimmy; Night Raid on Leaday; Ruel Packer and his Boys; Proyecto de Guerra; Uncle Clyde Rode Point with Tom Horn; Skunk Johnson's Magnificent Cave; The South Park Narrow Gauge; Six Horses; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1976. First Edition.

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Old West Magazine: Fall 1980

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USA: Western Publications Inc.. Paperback. Features: Daniel - Potter Feud... a grim Arkansas frontier recollection of bloodletting whose beginning had no neutral witnesses; Beloved Cowboy, Ben Bird; D. Storms' High Mesa - there was a strange alliance between river refugees and a lawyer few people ever really understood (Stormsville); The Ancient Eel Trail; Mule Meat and Shoe Leather - travails on the 19th Kansas Cavalry; Seeking the Lost Adam; A Frontier Doctor - Part I; Deadwood, South Dakota; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Sound copy. . Good. 1980. First Edition.

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