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    [Texana]. J. Evetts Haley. Theda Rhea, illustrator. SIGNED/LIMITED. Robbing Banks was My Business. The Story of J. Harvey Bailey, America's Most Successful Bank Robber. Canyon, TX: Palo Duro Press, 1973. Personal edition, limited to 20 copies, of which this is number 9. Signed by J. Evetts Haley, John Harvey Bailey, Glenna Goodacre, and Theda Rhea. Twelvemo. Illustrated. Publisher's full-leather, spine lettered in gilt, with sculpture portrait by Glenna Goodacre on front cover. Housed in custom cloth slipcase. Minor rubbing, else near fine.

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