War Scare on the Rio Grande: Robert Runyon's Photographs on the Border Conflict, 1913-1916. Frank N. Samponaro, Paul J. Vanderwood.
War Scare on the Rio Grande: Robert Runyon's Photographs on the Border Conflict, 1913-1916
War Scare on the Rio Grande: Robert Runyon's Photographs on the Border Conflict, 1913-1916
War Scare on the Rio Grande: Robert Runyon's Photographs on the Border Conflict, 1913-1916
War Scare on the Rio Grande: Robert Runyon's Photographs on the Border Conflict, 1913-1916

War Scare on the Rio Grande: Robert Runyon's Photographs on the Border Conflict, 1913-1916

(Austin, TX, 1992): Published for the Barker Texas History Center By the Texas State Historical Association. Oblong Quarto. Item #027104

135 pages, index. Between 1911 and 1926 Robert Runyon was a traveling photographer who left Brownsville, Texas to document not only the growth and development of the cities and towns in the Lower Rio Grande Valley but his spectacular photography of the "Mexican bandit" raids as well as the massive American military buildup along the border. A fine copy bound in brown cloth, paper spine label in near fine pictorial dust jacket.

Price: $60.00