Original Contributions to Western History: 1951 Brand Book of the Denver Westerners, Volume VII (No. 408 of the "Regular Edition" of 500 copies)

By: MUMEY, Nolie (editor)

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Book Condition: Very Good+ with no dust jacket


The 1951 edition is the seventh in the series of "Brand Books", as issued by the Denver Posse of The Westerners group. These books present historical vignettes, biographical profiles and other historical stories from various places in the American West. In this edition some of the topics covered are: "The Way They Killed the Buffalo" by Charles B. Roth, "Governor Charles Bent: Pioneer and Martyr" by Harold H. Dunham and "By Train in 1875" by Agnes Wright Spring, along with other topics. The stories are accompanied by black & white photos, maps and drawings. Illustrations by Inez Tatum. With fold-out map of the U. S. with images of authors featured in this book, along with their purported "brands" and trails into the West. The edition edited by Nolie Mumey, noted Denver physician, surgeon and prolific author. --- In rust cloth-covered boards with titling and brands in dark brown on covers and spine. Volume has no dust jacket. --- A clean, bright, firmly bound copy lacking apparent damages. (Due to the considerable weight of this item, extra shipping charges may be requested.) ; Small Quarto (9 to 11 in. tall); 579 pages

Title: Original Contributions to Western History: 1951 Brand Book of the Denver Westerners, Volume VII (No. 408 of the "Regular Edition" of 500 copies)

Author Name: MUMEY, Nolie (editor)

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

Publisher: Denver, Colorado, Denver Posse of the Westerners / The Artcraft Press: 1952

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good+ with no dust jacket

Stock No.: 81671