From the textmex obsessed imagination of William A. Nericcio
via Heritage Auctions… “The Fighting Edge (Warner Brothers, 1926). One Sheet (27″ X 41″). Kenneth Harlan stars as a U.S. border agent who sets out to rescue agent Patsy Ruth Miller from cattle smugglers in this early silent Western. The “fighting edge” of the title refers to battles along the Mexican / US border between cattle rustlers and the U.S. government. Henry Lehrman, who found success with directing and acting in several Keystone comedies, directs this adventure. This rare stone litho one sheet has edge wear, smudging in the right border, cross fold separation, fold separation, and a nick in the left border. Fine+. Estimate: $700 – $1,200.”
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William Anthony Nericcio, aka “Memo,” is the Director of San Diego State University’s ever-evolving MALAS program (The Master of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences)–a dynamic, interdisciplinary, cultural studies graduate program located near the U.S./Mexico border. Nericcio also serves on the faculties of the Chicana/o Studies Department, the Center for Latin American Studies and the Department of English and Comparative Literature at SDSU.