Memoirs of Pancho Villa
Place Published: Austin
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Date Published: 1965
Edition: First edition
Book Id: 43137
512pp. Octavo [23.5 cm] Light gray cloth over boards with stamping in orange and black ink on the backstrip. Very good condition, with minor bumping to the extremities. The bottom edges of the covers are a trifle soiled, and there is a slight lean to the spine. Orange top stain. Orange endpapers. With a dust jacket in near fine condition.
The Texas Pan-American series. Pancho Villa's story, describing the man who as a young peasant child shot a privileged land owner threatening to dishonor his sister, and then later went on to become the scourge of the Mexican Revolution, the leader of thousands of men, and a champion of the poor.