Frank H. BushickSan Antonio: The Naylor Company, 1935. vi,308pp. Illustrations. Photographs. Frontis. of the author. Appendix. Orange cloth. First edition. Externally, the book is near fine. Internally, there are two ink stamps and one book plate of the previous owners as well as some toning to the prelims. The dust jacket is the first state (with $2.50 on the flap). It shows slight age toning and minor edgewear; overall very good, or better. First edition. Adams, Six-Guns 349: “Touches upon many western outlaws, with chapters on King Fisher, Ben Thompson, and John Wesley Hardin…gives a fairly accurate account of the robbery of the Union Pacific and the death of Bass at Round Rock….” There is much on life in San Antonio in the 1870s and 1880s. It also contains a great deal of information on ranching, trail driving, the Texas Rangers, Judge Roy Bean, and a chapter on frontier verse and ballads.