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Lone Cowboy: My Life Story by  Will JAMES - First Edition - 1930 - from abookshop and

Lone Cowboy: My Life Story

by JAMES, Will

Condition: Near Fine/VG+

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1930. Dust jacket shows chipping to top edge of spine (affecting the word "Lone"). Both front and back panels are in above average condition. Bound in green decorated buckram, frontispiece plate of author; black & white illustrations by the author; 433pp. Scarce in the dust jacket. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/VG+. Illus. by JAMES, Will.


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