New York: Harper & Row, (1963). First edition, as stated. Hardcover. Very Good/very good. Octavo, viii  289. Includes map on endpapers, bibliography, index. Text is bound upside down in covers. "Walker was a strange and talented man. Before the age of twenty-five he had been a physician, a lawyer, and a crusading liberal newspaper editor in a reactionary Southern metropolis. At thirty-one he invaded Nicaragua with fifty-eight men, defeated armies of thousands, made himself general and dictator, and was elected president of the country..." from the dust jacket. 061508A View More...
San Jose, Costa Rica, Imprenta Maria v de Lines: 1924
Seller ID: 000016082
Condition: Very good
"Escrita por el General William Walker, version Castellana de Ricardo Fernandez Guardia." Quarto, rebound in pebbled brown cloth with gilt spine titles on a black leather label; new endpapers. xiv 418  pages. Some moderately heavy foxing on the title page and frontis. of Walker; light scattered foxing elsewhere. Introduction by the translator. Additional charges may apply for this oversized book for shipping outside the United States. 020207A View More...