An English Westerners' Society Publication
A Denver Sporting Man
Further Fist Fighting Out West
Keith R. Robinson
Bat Masterson circa 1911
Bat Masterson is well-known as a lawmen, which was one of many adventurous careers he pursued but in his middle years he followed a number of equally dangerous modes of employment that included gambling, saloon owner, and that of a sporting man. Keith Robinson's new Brand Book follows Bat's life as a sporting man whilst living in Denver. Masterson was a resident in Denver c. 1882-1902, it was during this period he became active in the fight game as a backer, second, referee and promoter; all of which became essential preparation for his later career as a New York sportswriter specialising in boxing. His stay in Denver however was not always welcome by some of its residents.
English Westerners' Society Brand Book Volume 49, No. 3
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