Los Angeles: the Author, 1921. Second edition. 244 pp., photogravure frontispiece, tissue guard; octavo, original red pictorial cloth with gitl title, black and orange ornaments and inset oval photograph of a woman spinning a lariat. Slight fading to spine, minor foxing to first couple leaves, fore-edge of tissue guard darkened, near fine. Item #22626
Brininstool was born in New York but lived most of his life in Los Angeles. He never worked as a cowboy, but his cowboy verse was well regarded by the likes of Charles Russell and Will Rogers, with whom he fraternized.