Charles M. Russell's Genuine Portrayals of the Old West: Six Artist's Proofs in pen and ink, of Famous Historical Incidents. Cheeley-Raban Syndicate, Great Falls, Mt., 1922. Subjects of the sketches: Pawnee Indians see Missouri River For the First Time, La Verendrye's Discovery of the Rocky Mountains, Stage Coach Attacked by Indians, Advance of a Blackfeet Trading Party, The Wagon-Box Fight, Pierre Radisson Returning to Quebec from the Hudson's Bay Country.
Folding cover and individual prints very good condition. Scarce. Dimensions: Sight: 12 1/2 x 19 inches; Framed/Matted: 13 x 19 1/4 x 1/8 inches.