DescriptionW. G. Tittsworth. Outskirt Episodes. [Avoca, Iowa: Jean Tittsworth (Des Moines: Success Composition & Printing Co.), 1927]. First edition.
W. G. Tittsworth. Outskirt Episodes. [Avoca, Iowa: Jean Tittsworth (Des Moines: Success Composition & Printing Co.), 1927]. First edition. Octavo. 232,  pages. Photograph of the author mounted on title-page. Original maroon cloth. Light rubbing to extremities, spine ends bumped. Textblock a bit shaken, spine leaning. Front hinge cracked, leaves preceding title page excised and lacking. Over-opened, a few places with mull cloth exposed. Rear hinge starting. Very good interior. Flake-Draper 8960 ("Brief notes on Mormon emigrants; life in Brown's hole, p. 31-32"); Graff 4158; Howes T275.
"This rare book is the personal narrative of the author's life and adventures in the Wyoming country and his experiences among the Rocky Mountain outlaws in the days when the Union Pacific Railroad was building westward. The author tells about Tom Horn's killings and his execution" (Adams, Six-Guns, 2219).
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