POKER ALICE: ALICE IVERS, DUFFIELD, TUBBS, HUCKERT (1851-1930) HISTORY OF A WOMAN GAMBLER IN THE WEST

POKER ALICE:  ALICE IVERS, DUFFIELD, TUBBS, HUCKERT (1851-1930) HISTORY OF A WOMAN GAMBLER IN THE WEST
Nolie Mumey
Denver: Artcraft Press, 1951. 47pp. Photographs. Illustrations. Notes. Stiff white wrappers with a drawing of Alice, complete with cigar, on the front cover. Large folding map. First edition, limited edition of 500 numbered and SIGNED copies. Small (approx. ¼”) chip at top of the spine and slight tanning to the perimeter of the white wrappers. Except as noted, a very good copy. Adams, Six-Guns 1568: “To my knowledge, the only book written about this unique and noted western character.” Born in England, Alice began her career watching her husband play poker and, after awhile, she began sitting in on games while her husband worked in the mines. With his untimely death in a mining accident, Alice turned to cards for a living. The author gathered most of his information from personal interviews with individuals who knew Poker Alice.
$ 100.00
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