Santa Fe's Partner: Being Some Memorials of Events in a New Mexican Track-End Town

By: Janvier, Thomas A.

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First Edition, First Printing. Deep blue cloth lettered in gilt and decorated in light green with a Southwest desert motif. Cover design [signed with her monogram] by Bertha Stuart. 8vo; 7.5 inches tall; 237 pages. Illustrated with 8 plates in black and white. Anecdotal tales of the Santa Fe area during the closing years of the Wild West era. Includes tales such as The Sage-Brush Hen, Santa Fe Charley's Kindergarten, Shorty Smith's Hanging" and others. Bertha Stuart, a book cover designer active at the beginning of the twentieth century. --------- Thomas Allibone Janvier (1849 - 1913) was an American story-writer and historian, born in Philadelphia of Proven├žal descent. --------- Janvier spent several years in Colorado, New Mexico and Mexico, thereby gaining inspiration and material for much of his literary work. ------- REF: Howes 1160; Boston Public Library

Title: Santa Fe's Partner: Being Some Memorials of Events in a New Mexican Track-End Town

Author Name: Janvier, Thomas A.

Categories: Other,

Edition: 1st Edition

Publisher: New York, Harper & Brothers: 1907

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine

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Type: Book

Seller ID: 011582