True West Magazine, June 1970

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Very Good

Features: The West's Most Famous Mountain - Pikes Peak, Colorado; El Desecho - a victim of Pancho Villa; How to Survive a Vacation - A few items that can make the difference; Missing Gold Bars of Tres Piedras - New Mexico's Porter Stockton Gang; Rodeo Personalities; When the Last Trumpet Sounds - General Pershing; Arizona's Mystery Castle; The End of Will Carver; Throttled by a Hair Watch Chain; Another Kind of Equalizer - Alfred Goad and the old Peacemaker; Bloody Caddo - an active street in Ardmore; Opulence on an Indian Campsite - Louis Davenport; Grass-Grown Streets in Sierra Nevada - Part I in a series - Downieville, Forest and Camptonville; Las Vegas Before Neon - the author saw Vegas when it was a solitary tent; Way Station for Mines - Newsome, Idaho; Douglas Chandor - master of paintbrush and trowel. Light wear. Clean and unmarked. Nice copy.