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    W. J. Elliot. The Spurs. Spur, Texas: The Texas Spur, 1939. First edition. Inscribed by the author. 8vo. 274 pp. Frontispiece. Green cloth over boards. Hinges cracked. Half-title page loose. Bookplate on front pastedown. Overall a very good copy.

    William Reese, in Six Score: the 120 Best Books on the Rage Cattle Industry, writes: "While this book is rather crudely printed and written, it gives more of the flavor of the Spur Ranch than any other book. The author worked for the Spur outfit, and there are many tales of personal experiences of himself or his comrades."

    References:
    Adams Herd 757. Reese Six Score 37.


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    January, 2009
    24th-25th Saturday-Sunday
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