Ranch on the Ruidoso: The Story of a Pioneer Family in New Mexico, 1871-1968

By: COE, Wilbur

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Stated first edition, copyright page of this hardcover advance review copy. A memoir by a member of the notable Coe family of Lincoln County, New Mexico. Frank Coe, the author's father, was a principal in the vast Coe Ranch, near present-day Glencoe, New Mexico. He was also a major player in the famous Lincoln County War, which also featured Billy the Kid, Pat Garrett and many others. Includes an introduction by Peter Hurd. --- With 4 maps, 3 color plates (2 of which with Hurd paintings), and a section of black & white plates. In green and coral cloth-covered boards with gilt-stamped apple and author initials on cover. Titling and branding iron also in gilt on spine; green topstain. Jacket features a Hurd painting on the cover, and a back cover map of the trails in the Lincoln County area in the 1870s and 1880s. --- A very nice copy, but with whitish discoloration to topstain, coffee-like stain to lower textblock edge and glued-on Alfred A. Knopf request for copies of any reviews to front free endpaper (with rippling to underlying paper). Price-clipped dust jacket has a couple of tape-repaired tears at spine ends and with some rubbing, is otherwise bright and in removable mylar protector.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; xviii, 279 pages

Title: Ranch on the Ruidoso: The Story of a Pioneer Family in New Mexico, 1871-1968

Author Name: COE, Wilbur

Categories: >>History of Colorado & the Old West, >>American History & Politics, >>Biography, Autobiography, Memoir,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Alfred A. Knopf: 1968

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good in Very Good- dust jacket

Stock No.: 81220