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    Rare First Edition, Signed and In a Dust Jacket

    Sallie Reynolds Matthews. Interwoven, a Pioneer Chronicle. Houston: The Anson Jones Press, 1936. First edition. Inscribed by Sallie Reynolds Matthews on the fly-leaf. A later owner has apparently incorporated Matthew's original inscription at the tail end of another inscription dated 1938. 8vo. x, [2], 234pp. Photographic frontispiece. Original orange suede cloth over boards. Titles stamped in black on the front board and spine. Trivial shelf-wear to the edges of the boards. The boards are rather soiled and the spine panel has faded. The contents, while slightly toned, are tight and the book is in generally very good condition in the scarce dust jacket which has toned on the spine and has a small portion missing at the head of the spine panel.

    Scarce, privately printed book which "gives a good picture of early Texas ranch life and trail driving, related by a woman whose father and husband were well-known ranchmen." Adams also notes that the author was "a sister of Glenn Reynolds, the sheriff of Gila County, Arizona, who was killed by the Apache Kid when he made his escape. She gives a good account of this episode..." Jenkins indicates this is "the best book on Texas ranch life from a woman's perspective."

    References: Basic Texas Books 139; Adams Herd 1454; Adams Six-guns 1463; Howes M426; Jenkins 139; Reese Six-Score 78.

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