1966 ORIGINAL TYPED MANUSCRIPT BIOGRAPHY OF HER FATHER: THE MAN WHO PROSECUTED WYATT EARP AND HELPED BRING LAW AND ORDER TO IDAHO2282
On offer is an interesting, historical, unpublished 32 page typed manuscript with numerous handwritten edits of a biography as titled of "Lyttleton Price Reminiscences of my Father" by Catherine Price Nelson who was quite elderly at the time of the writing. Lyttleton Price was Tombstone's Chief Prosecutor and a Cochise County District Attorney who prosecuted Wyatt Earp as this biography covers the life of Price prior to his serving for General Fremont and the famous trial and after in Idaho. Price was also a judge and resident of Hailey, Idaho. While the manuscript is a biography of her father it is also the history of politics and power in Hailey Idaho and the many prominent men who helped to make the history of the state of Idaho are mentioned. The personality of the prosecutor and how it happened that he was called to Tombstone is included. Early Republicans in Hailey, Idaho are mentioned. Mr. William Borah is mentioned. The Valley Creek Mine near Sawtooth National Forest and the Red Cloud Mine near Hailey and the Solance group of mines are mentioned. Overall G+.
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