New York: Coward-McCann, 1940. Addison Burbank. 1st. Hardcover. Octavo. 268pp. Glossary; Index. Yellow cloth with map endpapers in striking color illustrated dustjacket. Book is near fine (owner name) in very good dustjacket (chips at spine ends affecting title and publisher; 1" triangle chip on front cover affecting title; short closed tears and creasing to upper edges; slight fading to spine - front and back cover colors are bright and not faded); nicer than it sounds. Item #9556
The author went to Mexico primarily as a painter and shares his adventures here making for a "... swiftly paced narravitve filled with interesting incident and descriptions of life with the Indians, whose strange costumes, foods and marriage customs are vividly depicted." - dustjacket flap.