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The First Full Account of the PenitentesAlex[ander]. M. Darley. The Passionists of the Southwest, or the Holy Brotherhood. A Revelation of the 'Penitentes'. Pueblo (Colorado): [Printed for the author], 1893. First edition. 8vo. -59 pages. Portrait of the author. Title page illustration and other illustrations in text. Publisher's original brown cloth with titles stamped in gilt on the front board.
"The first full account of the unusual sect of Penitentes." (Howes D68).
Condition: Discoloration to the bottom third of the front board and front pastedown, slightly affecting the author's portrait of the front free endpaper; corners bumped, otherwise internally sound and in good condition.
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