All My Rivers Are Gone
Boulder, Johnson Books, (1998). An advance copy, in the form of comb-bound proofs, of the author's tribute to Glen Canyon and her time spent on the river, prior to the 1963 dam that drowned the canyon and created Lake Powell. With an introduction by Terry Tempest Williams. Signed by Williams, and with an autograph note signed by Lee laid in, with a reference to "10,000" (Ten Thousand Goddam Cattle: A History of the Cowboy in Song, Story, and Verse, her 1976 book that was being reissued by the University of New Mexico Press in 2001). The note is near fine; the proof is fine. Lee died in 2017, at the age of 98. A unique copy of this book by one of the best known environmental activists of the American Southwest, linking her with a next-generation activist in Terry Tempest Williams. [#033871] SOLD
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