Photographic portrait of E. M. Rhodes. Eugene Manlove Rhodes.
Photographic portrait of E. M. Rhodes
Photographic portrait of E. M. Rhodes
Photographic portrait of E. M. Rhodes

Inscribed Photograph of Eugene Manlove Rhodes, 1914

Photographic portrait of E. M. Rhodes.

Signed in pencil by the photographer, “La Iva, 1914”.

Image 5-3/4 x 3-3/4 inches, mounted on photographer's backing board, 6 x 9 inches overall. 1 vols. Inscribed Photograph of Eugene Manlove Rhodes, 1914. Fine condition Item #13905

A fine head-and-shoulders photograph of the celebrated Southwestern author INSCRIBED IN INK OF THE VERSO, “Mr. Paul L. Anderson / Compliments from / His truly / E.M. Rhodes”.

Eugene Manlove Rhodes, from his twelth year, 1881, until 1906, worked as a cowboy, miner and rancher in New Mexico, to which he returned in 1926 from New York, having in the interim written seven books and about a hundred stories, all but five stories dealing with New Mexico and New Mexicans. His novels, although about the West, are not the cliché works of fiction, but are characterized by a genuine literary merit. Rhodes Pass, in the San Andrés mountains, was named for him.

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