San Antonio: The Naylor Company, 1971. Hardcover. SIGNED. 119pp. Octavo [21.5 cm] Decorative wood patterned paper covered boards with a white ink stamped title on the spine. Near fine. The spine is subtly rolled. The dust jacket is in very good condition. Mildly age-toned. The jacket is also very slightly soiled, and has several very small light stains on the front panel. The edges are a tiny bit chipped, and have multiple closed tears. The longest closed tear measures 2 and 1/2 inches long. Price-clipped. Item #31027
Inscribed by the author on the half title page. From the dust jacket- "Writing from the woman's point of view, the author depicts the neighborliness of settlers rather than gunplay and cattle rustling; she records the friendliness of the Bannock-Shoshone Indians who camped each summer on her uncle's homestead; she emphasizes the pioneer woman's ingenuity in making do with what she had to maintain traditions of the past."