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Alessio Robles, Vito

Coahuila y Texas en la Epoca Colonial

Editorial Cultura, México. 1938, xii, 751p., color frontis-portrait, introduction, appendix, bibliography, index, footnotes, illustrated throughout with maps, charts and figures, many folding, text in Spanish, very good first edition in original cream printed wraps, wear to the spine, personal inscription (with inscribee's name whited-out) signed by the author and dated Mexico City, 1941 Limited to two thousand paper copies. (Howes R 382) Also issued in a limited signed edition of 100 copies. Alessio Robles was a military man, ambassador to Italy, newspaperman, columnist who wrote under the pseudonyms of Tobias O. Soler and Pingüino Macho and candidate for governor

Cat.No: 188584

Price: $350.00

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