New York: Scribner's, 1936. James, Will. First edition, with Scribner "A" Hardcover. 312p, 45 full-page line ills. + color frontispiece, all by James. Lacks the jacket. Endpapers browned from binding glue, covers faded and scuffed, some marginal foxing and other page stains. Fair (but sturdy). Item #31812
"Scorpion, as the cowboy who started to break him named him, was an average size range saddle horse, the right size for all around range work, for rough country and mountains and for fast outside roping or cutting out, and if a man sat him like a rider and not like a pack, he could go circles around the bigger horses any place or time." The only Scribner edition (later reprinted by others). A sturdy reading copy.