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$1,000 Reward for the Apprehension of Black Bart, Po8, Perpetrator of the Following Verses

Bierce, Ambrose; Fields, George; Black Bart; Dane, G Ezra
Format
Book; Broadside
Published
Berkeley, Calif. : Archetype Press, 1939.
Language
English
Related Title
One thousand dollars reward for the apprehension of Black Bart ...
Ambrose Bierce on Black Bart's release from San Quentin.
Series
Broadside Club Series
Contents
  • The collected works of B.B. (1st lines: Here I lay me down to sleep. This is my way to get money and bread. I rob the rich to feed the poor. Here I lay, while wind and rain. Lo! here I've stood, while wind and rain. Goodbye Shasta County, I will bid you adieu)
  • Ambrose Bierce on Black Bart's release from San Quentin. (From S.F. Examiner, Jan. 19, 1888)
Description
1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 44 x 33 cm.
Notes
"Sponsors: George Ezra Dane & George Fields. By hand 111 copies printed ..."
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Barrett Collection. Barrett Fund.
Series Statement
Broadside Club series ; no. 4
Cited in
BAL, 1148.
Technical Details
  • Access in Virgo Classic
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