LOST PONY TRACKS.
New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1953. 303pp. Illustrated by Santee. First edition. Fine copy. The dust jacket shows minor chipping and edgewear, overall good+. Adams, Six-Guns 1942: “Has some information about Kid Curry and his killing of Pike Landusky, some material on Curly Bill Brocious, and some correct information about Billy the Kid’s early life. The author is another who says that Wyatt Earp did not kill Curly Bill, saying that Bill Sparks, a close friend of Curly’s, denied the claim.” Taken from his experiences as a horse wrangler in Arizona, Santee writes of the daily life of the cowboy. Adams Herd 2009. Campbell, Favorite 80.