Item 109 is a first edition account of the Life of the Marlows as Related by Themselves. The Marlows were five brothers who managed to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, and one of whom accidentally killed a sheriff. As Wright Howes explained it, these, "Five respected, but nomadic, brothers, caught in a conspiracy concocted by a Texas sheriff, had to shoot it out with the county's entire male population. Only the two writing the story survived." The two who survived and two who did not were chained together and being transported when vigilantes attacked. Somehow, they managed to grab some weapons and shoot it out. Survivors and authors Charles and George Marlow were eventually exonerated. This book was the basis of the John Wayne film, The Sons of Katie Elder. This first edition, published in Ouray, Colorado, in 1892, is extremely rare. $40,000.