Tucson : The Old Pueblo
Lockwood, Dean Frank C. and Captain Donald W. page

Phoenix, AZ the author(s) / Manufacturing Stationers ca. 1930 First edition Thin octavo (standard size). Some wear to edges and corners of boards, more so to head and heel of spine. Endpapers are a bit browned, the flyleaf heavily so. 94 p. w/ a number of photographic illustrations. SIGNED by author Lockwood on flyleaf and dated Feb. 11 1933 at Tucson. Also, previous owner has glued an envelope to first pastedown from Lockwood dated Feb 20 1933 (in a Univ. of Arizona envelope) addressed to Capt. Howard L. Barlow, Police dept., Los Angeles, CA. Barlow was a finger print expert with the department, and the letter discusses the interest that Lockwood's wife and daughter have in the Proceeedings of a crime conference. The book itself is a survey of the history, settlers, officials and happeneings in old Tucson, before approx. 1890. Good. No dust jacket, as Issued Hardcover in full cloth (Item ID: 12780)


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