San Antonio: The Naylor Company, 1964. First edition. Hardcover. 159pp. Octavo [22 cm] Olive green cloth over boards with a cactus design on the front cover. Illustrated. The extremities are moderately bumped and rubbed, the cloth along the bottom edge of the rear cover is a bit frayed, and there notations in pen on the front and rear pastedowns. There are very minor marks in pencil on the pages here and there. In a dust jacket, which is torn along the edges and folds, and has dark tape staining along the edges. Very good / fair. Item #54982
From the dust jacket- "One of the few tribes still living on their original land, the Papago Indians have assimilated many of the white man's ways while preserving some of their own customs, traditions, fears, and beliefs. Their knowledge of the white man's way of life has come to them, in great part, from their association with a remarkable woman, Goldie Richmond, who has lived among them for many years. 'Angel to the Papagos' is her story as well."