Doña Lona; A Story of Old Taos and Santa Fe

By: Grant, Blanche C.

Price: $20.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good+ in Good dj


[quite a decent copy, light soiling to page edges, a couple of very minor dents at top of front cover, slight bumping to a couple of corners, attractive vintage bookplate (with a sort of Lady Godiva motif, if you catch my meaning), original date of purchase written at upper corner of front pastedown; jacket worn and soiled, various small tears and chips, some paper loss at spine ends (affecting first word of title), but with the front panel largely intact]. "The life and loves of a beautiful Spanish girl in old New Mexico. This romance of old Taos and Santa Fe revolves about the famous characters of the period such as General Sam Houston and Kit Carson.It is a colorful story of a beautiful woman who became a power in Mexican and later American politics and also a leader of local society. It is a tale of the many loves in Doña Lona's exciting life in a brilliant setting of the development of the great Southwest." (I also have another copy, signed by the author; see separate listing.)

Title: Doña Lona; A Story of Old Taos and Santa Fe

Author: Grant, Blanche C.

Categories: Fiction: Historical,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Wilfred Funk, Inc.: (c.1941)

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good+ in Good dj

Seller ID: 13724

Keywords: Signed Southwest New Mexico Taos Mexico Sam Houston Kit Carson