Title: Belle Star "The Bandit Queen
Author: Burton Rascoe
Description: First Edition. Stated First Printing. Gray cloth boards with red lettering on front board and gilt on red blocks on spine. Previous owner's name on ffep. Dust jacket has a little bit of chipping at corners and head and foot of spine; not price clipped ($3.00). DJ in clear archival sleeve.
Belle Starr was born in 1848 in Carthage, Missouri. At the age of 16 she ran away from home and was soon a member of the Younger Band of outlaws. For twenty years her name was associated with nearly every stage, train, or bank robbery in the Southwest. Her farm was used as a hideout for such desperadoes as Cole Younger, Jesse James, Bill Doolin, and the Daltons. The author, Burton Rascoe, used as his source material both authentic records as well as legends, plus contemporary accounts and court testimony to create this portrait of one of the most famous gun-toting females of the American West.
Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: Good+
Publisher: Random House
Place: New York
Size: 9" x 6.25".
Pages: Index. viii, 340 pp.
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