"My Adventures in Zuni" by Cushing, Limited 1941 Edition Signed by Everette DeGolyer To which has been added: Zuni and Cushing, by E. DeGolyer; An Aboriginal Pilgrimage by Sylvester Baxter Illustrations by Fanita Lanier. First edition, limited to 400 copies as stated in the colophon: "Four hundred copies of My Adventures in Zuni have been printed in Perpetua Monotype on Strathmore text paper at the Rydal Press - Case binding by Hazel Dreis, colored masks reproduced by Louie Ewing, Santa Fe New Mexico 1941." This copy has been signed by Everette DeGolyer on the limitation page "Dear Joe, Just to take you back to the days of your youth. De." Very good condition, cover toned and slightly split, 178 pages. Dallas residents are familiar with DeGolyer for the gift of his extensive library to Southern Methodist University in 1974. Accompanied by COA from PSA/DNA.

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