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    W.W. Mills. Forty Years at El Paso 1858-1898. El Paso: Carl Hertzog, 1962. Mesquite edition limited to one hundred copies hand-numbered and signed by the editor Rex W. Strickland, the artist Tom Lea and printer Carl Hertzog on a special limitation page bound in front. 8vo. 212 pages. With illustrations by Tom Lea throughout text. Original publisher's olive cloth over boards with black cloth spine panel. Titles stamped in gilt on the spine. Endpapers decorated with a mesquite leaf pattern. Top page edges dyed green. A particularly nice copy, with several uncut pages, and in overall fine condition, in the original slightly sun-faded cloth slip case with paper spine label.

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    March, 2011
    12th Saturday
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