Group of pamphlets relating to New Mexico.
(1) Rittenhouse, Jack D. Outlaw Days at Cabezon, New Mexico. Stagecoach Press. Limited Edition, #28 of 150 copies. 1964. 28 pages. Fine condition. Softcover.
(2) New Mexico Quarterly. November, 1938. Softcover, 72 pages. Includes the poem "Eagle in New Mexico" by D.H. Lawrence. The poem's first appearance in print. Near fine copy.
(3-6) The Press of the Territorian. 4 pamphlets, 1962-1967. Including #1 "Old Town Albuquerque" by Peter Herzog, (signed by editor Phil Cooke), #2 "La Fonda:The Inn of Santa Fe" by Peter Herzog, #12 "Frontier Humor" by Peter Herzog, #14 "Black Jack Christian: Outlaw" by Jeff Burton. Each pamphlet roughly 32 pages. All fine condition.
(7) Ball, Eve. Ruidoso. San Antonio: The Naylor Co., 1963. Softcover, 27 pages. The short, sweet history of the Southern New Mexico town. Ball was a thorough and empathetic chronicler of the Apache Indians. Author of several books. First edition. Signed by Ball.
(8) Vincente Silva. New Mexico's Vice King of the Nineties. No author, no date, no publisher. 38 pages. Small softcover with little library marking scotch taped to bottom of front cover. Very scarce item. Very good condition.