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Chief Standinmg Bear - Inscribed  

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My People the Sioux - Inscribed

Chief Standing Bear

New York

Houghton Mifflin Company



Introduction by William S. Hart.  Illustrated from photographs. (8vo) decorative tan cloth with pictorial dust jacket. First Edition.

Inscribed by Chief Standing Bear on front free endpaper: "To Cornelius Jameson [?] from Chief Standing Bear." Beneath the inscription is a penciled passage stating that the book was obtained at the "Friendly Circle" pic-nic at South Pasadena at which Chief Standing Bear gave a talk and sang some Indian songs, 6/21 - 1930. Laid in the front of the book is some ephemera related to the author.  

Lot Amendments

Moderate wear and rubbing to jacket, some creases and chips at edges, a piece of the jacket at very head of spine is missing; slight wear to cloth, browning at endpapers, browning on pages 62-63 where it seems a piece of paper was once laid in; very good or better.

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