The Valley Ranch. Open the Year Round. A Sunny Place for Sunny People, Never Closed Never Idle. New Mexico.
The Valley Ranch. Open the Year Round. A Sunny Place for Sunny People, Never Closed Never Idle

The Valley Ranch. Open the Year Round. A Sunny Place for Sunny People, Never Closed Never Idle

Valley Ranch, N.M. [1920]. 31,[1]pp. Original brown pictorial printed wrappers, stapled. Very minor wear and soiling. Near fine. Item #879

Promotional work for the Valley Ranch, a dude ranch on the Pecos River, near Santa Fe, New Mexico. The work is illustrated throughout with handsome gravure illustrations, the whole printed in sepia ink. Situated in the midst of the Pecos National Forest, the ranch boasted extensive fishing and trail riding, as well as sweeping vistas. It also had a swimming pool, tennis courts, a post office, telephone and telegraph, and electricity. "The Valley Ranch has a well-earned reputation for setting a splendid table. The cooking is done by Americans, in American style, but the bill of fare often includes some appetizing Mexican dishes -- frijoles, tortillas, chili con carni, etc. -- for those of cosmopolitan tastes." A high-quality piece of printing and promotion. We locate four copies in OCLC, at Princeton, the University of Arizona, Arizona Historical, and New Mexico State University.

Price: $600.00

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