Item #028519 The Private Journal of George W. Parsons; Adventures in the American West; Tombstone in Its Troubled Days. George W. Parsons.
The Private Journal of George W. Parsons; Adventures in the American West; Tombstone in Its Troubled Days
The Private Journal of George W. Parsons; Adventures in the American West; Tombstone in Its Troubled Days

The Private Journal of George W. Parsons; Adventures in the American West; Tombstone in Its Troubled Days

Tombstone, AZ: Tombstone Epitaph, 1972. Limited Edition. Quarto. Item #028519

. Limited to 1,000 copies. A reprint of the item published in November 1939. Much on everyday life, with names such as Clum, Clapp, and others. On the day after the events at the OK Corral the author writes about those events, and he goes on to note: "It is only a wonder it has not happened before." Two days later concerned about the copper in the Bunker Hill District. Much in diary about which firearms he had, reliability, etc. It is a picture of what life in Tombstone was really like of those who were trying to make a strong profit from mining and the anxieties, hardships, and joys of everyday life. A fine copy bound in brown cloth lettered in gilt, spine lettering gilt, yellow endpapers. [6-Guns #1689; Pugh, IV, #784].

Price: $110.00

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