True West Magazine: December 1972 - Special Treasure Issue


Features: Lost loot of Monterrey - also known as the Davis Mountain Tresure and Skeleton Canyon Treasure; The Lone Ranger - an introduction to what went on behind the microphone of the radio show which introduced several generations to the Old West; A Prairie Town's Nameless Grave - little boy died of a broken heart in Elrod, South Dakota; I packed Al Morrow out of the Superstitions - the Lost Dutchman won again; The Philosophy of a Pioneer Lawman - certain rules of jurisdiction had to be bent a little; Last of the Burromen - Seldom Seen Slim; Gallows on the Treeless Plains - rail bridges used for hangings; Hawikuh - Coronado's city of gold turned out to be just an Indian village of stone - and arrows!; Slummukh's Lost Mine, 60 miles northeast of Vancouver, B.C.; Wolf Bait!; Crazy Klondike Business Schemes; Walking the Wall at the Idaho Penitentiary; Wild Old Days!; Did They Share the Goller Treasure? - Old Randsburg, California. Unmarked with average wear. Contents partially yellowed with age. A sound copy.

Title: True West Magazine: December 1972 - Special Treasure Issue

Author: Green, Ford; Keuker, Clinton G.; Barkdull, Tom; Hawkins, Amos; Smillie, Jack; Murray, Tom G.; Richmond, Robert W.; White, Marjorie; Browne, Tom; Myers, Olevia E.; Moore, Jean Michael; Denio, Russ; Paul, Jan S.; Ryan, Tom K.

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Travel, Exploration & Adventure, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Western Publications Inc.: 1972

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 348g2482

Keywords: True West Magazine: December 1972 *Special Treasure Issue!* Lost loot of Monterrey - also known as the Davis Mountain Tresure and Skeleton Canyon Treasure; The Lone Ranger - an introduction to what went on behind the microphone of the radio show which introduced several generations to the Old West; A Prairie Town's Nameless Grave - little boy died of a broken heart in Elrod, South Dakota; I packed Al Morrow out of the Superstitions - the Lost Dutchman won again; The Philosophy of a Pioneer Lawman - certain rules of jurisdiction had to be bent a little; Last of the Burromen - Seldom Seen Slim; Gallows on the Treeless Plains - rail bridges used for hangings; Hawikuh - Coronado's city of gold turned out to be just an Indian village of stone - and arrows!; Slummukh's Lost Mine, 60 miles northeast of Vancouver, B.C.; Wolf Bait!; Crazy Klondike Business Schemes; Walking the Wall at the Idaho Penitentiary; Wild Old Days!; Did They Share the Goller Treasure? - Old Randsburg, California.,