Alias Billy the Kid "...I Want to Die a Free Man..." C. L. Sonnichsen, William V. Morrison.

Alias Billy the Kid "...I Want to Die a Free Man..."

Hardcover, Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1955. First Edition. Very Good in Very Good- dust jacket. The story of Brushy Bill Roberts who claimed he was Billy the Kid. Noted historian C. L. Sonnichsen and Roberts' lawyer William Morrison present the evidence and let the reader decide if Brushy Bill Roberts was indeed Billy the Kid, or not. With many photographs. Sixguns#2064, Adams says the story is plausible, but anyone who had carefully studied the many books on Billy could have come up with a story as good or better. Book has dampstaining affecting the bottom right corner of pages 51-78. Dust jacket dampstained along the bottom of front cover, back cover, and spine. Dust jacket has moderate soiling and moderate wear alont the top edge of the front cover. Dust jacket now protected in plastic. Ships same or next business day. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 136 pages. [Item #73994]

Price: $40.00

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