Los Angeles: The Ward Ritchie Press, [ 1940]. xvi,337pp. plus illustrations. Frontis. Brown cloth. Very good. Item #WRCAM34471
Culley was a literate and intelligent Englishman who came to America with his wife in 1893. He became manager of the Bell Ranch in New Mexico, which in those days comprised three quarters of a million acres, and much of this book is devoted to his experiences there. Other chapters describe horses, gunmen, life on the range, and New Mexico gunmen. In 1917 Culley sold out all his interests in New Mexico to joined the Army. "Excellent" - Adams. ADAMS, HERD 623. DOBIE, p.101. ADAMS, SIX-GUNS 527. HOWES C942. SIX SCORE 26.