New York: Bramhall House, 1952.
Hardcover. 8 1/2" X 5 7/8". xvii, 376pp. Mild edgewear to dust jacket, with sunning to spine, rubbing to extremities, and faint scattered rubbing. Orange cloth over boards, with spine lettered in black. Mild edgewear to binding, firm, tight, and sound. Pages are clean and unmarked. A highly presentable and quite handsome 1952 printing of J. Frank Dobie's monument to all the wild and free horses that once were the glory of our Western ranges, tracing the descent of the mustang from the horses brought to the New World by the Spaniards, detailing "the ways of mustangs and mustangers, of Indian horses and horsemanship, of the 'Comanche Moon' and Indian horse-stealing and mustanging, of the great stallions and their manadas, of captive mustangs 'ordinary and extraordinary,' of the truly fabulous legend of 'the Pacing Whtie Mustang," and much much more (rear flap). Very good + / very good +. Item #4358