True West Magazine, June 1972

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good

Features: What was your name in the States? - the use of the alias; Gold Bars From the Barnard Express - a story from near Kamloops, British Columbia; Ishi - a most remarkable Indian; A Stranger Rode with the Posse - Bill Everheart of Grayson County, Texas; The Palm of a Three-Fingered Glove; Tragedy of the Moffat Road; The blood of a hundred men! - Tom Starr of Oklahoma; Livin' High and Layin' Low in the Toquimas - to try it, head to Manhattan, Nevada; The Best Darn Vacation I Ever Had! - When a Kansan drinks water from the Pecos he knows he's been somewhere!; Cantankerous a Man as Ever Lived - Amos Hill of Green River; Wild Old Days!; Old West Curiosa - photos; The "Trunkman" Mystery. Average wear. One inch opening at top of coverfold. Unmarked. A sound copy.