MacMurray & Beck, 1998. Advance uncorrected proofs. Paperback. 263pp. Octavo [19.5 cm] White and black illustrated wraps. Very good. The covers are lightly soiled. There is a small chip in the paper at the head of the spine. Item #29466
From the rear wrap- "This, Frank Water's last book, is a moving and powerful reminiscence of the Taos he knew and loved, and of the friends who peopled it. In these rich personal essays, he breaks his silence on Mabel Luhan, creates a full and affectionate portrait of her husband Tony Lujan, examines the truth about painter Leon Gaspard, and gives us his heartfelt reflections on Dorothy Brett, D.H. and Freida Lawrence, and many other members of the earliest Taos artistic community."