`94` Stampede And Other Tales Of The Far West. Original Drawing. Signed. Rodeo
Lee, Jack H. "Powder River".
The Stampede And Other Tales Of The Far
West. Told In Narrative Verse.
Greensburg, PA (n.d. circa 1941):
Standardized Press, 1941.
154 pages. Illustrated. Cloth binding. 9-1/8 Inches.
Inscribed By Author. Inscribed
on page with photograph of Jack H. Lee: "To Col Walter M Pratt / our
esteemed friend / from / Power River Jack & Kitty Lee / Xmas 1941" in
green ink with an original sketch of
a cowboy on horseback. Also inscribed
on the front end page by Walter M Pratt "To Col. William M. Chadbourne ...
The spine is separated from the front cover, masking tape applied
at the bottom from the front cover to the back. Extremities rubbed.
The Foreword is by Courtney Riley Cooper whose suicide was reported in The Southeast Missourian, Sept. 30, 1940, in New York City shortly after a meeting in Washington, D. C. with J. Edgar Hoover. Cooper "Circus fan #1," a journalist and author stated: Jack is an integral part of every rodeo and stampede where the "Cow Gang" gathers.