Oklahoma City: Times-Journal Publishing Company, (1933). First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo; pp. 279; Triple portrait frontispieces of TR, Abernathy and George Key, plus twenty black and white photographs; pictorial red cloth, lettered in black; Spine faded. Two lines of a rust residue on p270-71 from a paperclip?, where a card or letter was laid in. Very good. Item #12596
Inscribed by Abernathy on the front free fly leaf, "To R.F.J. Williams from Jack Abernathy, Nov. 17, - 33". Adams, Burrs Under The Saddles #2 Discusses in detail Outlaw Sam Bass. Much of this book later contained in another Abernathy opus "Catch Em Alive". The author was also a friend of Theodore Roosevelt. Jack was the father of the "Abernathy Boys". He was famous for capturing wolves alive, subduing them by hand.