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    Glenn L. Eyler. The Old West as Written in the Words of Billy McGinty. Signed by the Author. Ripley, NY: The Ripley Review, 1937. First Edition. Octavo. 108 pages. Signed on frontis photo. Softbound in printed wrappers. Wear to cover, pages toned, else very good.

    Billy McGinty (1871-1961) was a cowboy in Kansas and the Indian Territory who was acquainted with Bill Doolin. He was a Rough Rider and a hero at San Juan Hill with Teddy Roosevelt and also toured with Buffalo Bill's Congress of Rough Riders. In the 1920s, he became the leader of the McGinty's Oklahoma Cowboy Band, the first nationally famous band of its kind.

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