Boston: The Page Company, (1920). First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. With a six-panel fold-out map and 56 plates, of which 8 are in color. Illustrated endpapers; frontispiece with tissue guard; title page in red and black. Near fine in original brown cloth, elaborately lettered and decorated in gilt, red, and green cactus and blossoms, top edge gilt. Circular pictorial onlay in color affixed to upper cover. Small tear to half-title, which has been somewhat repaired with tape. Binding tight. Item #30719
New Mexico! 'The History of its Ancient Cliff Dwellings and Pueblos, Conquest by the Spaniards, Franciscan Missions; Personal Accounts and Ceremonies, Games, Social Life and Industries of Indians; A Description of its Climate, Geology, Flora and Birds, its Rivers and Forests; A Review of its Rapid Development, Land-Reclamation Projects and Educational System; with full and accurate accounts of its Progressive Counties, Cities and Towns.' A beautiful, bright book.