New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1946. First Edition Thus. Strikingly designed and beautifully produced reissue of Corle's third book, a Depression-era fantasy set on a Santa Fe street-corner during a single day in 1938. Originally published by Random House in 1938. Edwin Corle (1906-1956) was a New Mexico author best known for his portrayals of American Indian life; he collaborated with his friend Merle Armitage on at least two other books, including a 1949 biography of Russian composer Igor Stravinsky. Octavo (22cm). Original decorated paper-covered boards; dustjacket; 270, (2)pp. Number 447 of 1500 copies in the signed, limited reissue, designed by Merle Armitage. Small chip to paper at bottom of rear board, else fine in lightly soiled, VG jacket.