Powder River Let'Er Buck 1930 Jack H. Lee SIGNED Cowboy Poetry ~ Powder River Jack, Montana's Cowboy Poet


Title: Powder River Let'Er Buck

Author: Jack H. Lee (Montana's Cowboy Poet)

Description: Inscribed by Jack Lee with his drawing on ffep. Boards in burgundy ribbed cloth stamped in gilt. Some natural toning to endpapers, else internally clean. Frontispiece portrait of author and 10 full-page drawing by Lee, each representing a particular poem. Scarce dust jacket, chipped at spine ends and corners and showing some light general soiling; in an archival mylar sleeve. 65 pages.

Inscribed ''To Edna H. Little / from / ''Powder River'' / Jack H. Lee'' above Lee's drawing of a saddled horse that says ''I am Skewball Black.''

Jackson Martin (1874-1946), aka Jack H. Lee, was an early singer of authentic cowboy songs and one of the most popular early cowboy acts. It is purported that he joined Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show around 1893. By 1898, he was touring the vaudeville and rodeo circuits with his wife, billed as ''Powder River Jack and Pretty Kitty Lee.'' Their first recording was cut in November 1930 for RCA Victor.

Binding: Hardcover
Condition: Near Fine
Jacket Condition: Good

Publisher: The Christopher Publishing House
Place: Boston
Year: 1930

Keywords: cowboy poetry, cowboy verse, Powder River Jack, cowboy singers,

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