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Atkinson, William Walker.   HUMAN NATURE: ITS INNER STATES AND OUTER FORMS  
Chicago: The Progress Company, 1910. 1st ed. 202 pages. Hardcover. Smooth olive cloth-covered boards with gilt title on front and spine. Much on phrenology and physical characteristics on intelligence and psychological, emotional & moral traits. 1910 first edition, scarce.
VG/No Jacket. Firm binding. Light wear to corners and spine ends. # E2700. $135.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Barker, Potts, & Ramsdell.   A SCHOOL HISTORY OF TEXAS  
Evanston, IL: Row, Peterson and Company, 192. Reprint. 342 pages. Hardcover. Former public school textbook. Green cloth-covered boards with black title and Alamo illustration on front, and black title on spine. B/w photos, drawings, and maps.
X-Lib Fair/No Jacket. Binding and pages firm. Pupil names and school name erased roughly from inside front cover. Red 'withdrawn' stamp. FFEP removed. Corners and spine ends worn. Some ink underline, one page taped long ago. # E2718. $12.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Beasley, Ellen.   ALLEYS AND BACK BUILDINGS OF GALVESTON: AN ARCHITECTURAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY  
Houston: Rice University Press, 1996. 1st ed. 170 pages. Hardcover. 089263328X 0-89263-328-X. Award winning architectural and social history of the lesser-known buildings which were often used as slave or servant quarters, outhouses, guest cottages and service buildings. Sharp b/w photos, 31 line drawings. 37 maps. 10 tables.
Fine/No Jacket. The original Rice University printing, new copies lacking the dustjacket. # A4360. $17.75   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Blake (editor), Christopher.   SCOUT KITCHEN: THE BEST OF GOURMET SCOUT RECIPES FOR THE KITCHEN  
New Orleans: New Orleans Area Council, BSA, . 52 pages. Paperback. Not a camping cookbook! Gourmet recipes contributed by Boy Scouts, and their families, of Southern Louisiana and Hancock County, Mississippi. Stapled softcover. Very uncommon.
VG/Wraps. Clean, no name or marks. No wear, has remains of old price sticker on front. # E2658. $10.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Carter, W.H.   FROM YORKTOWN TO SANTIAGO WITH THE SIXTH U.S. CAVALRY  
Austin: State House Press, 1989. Reprint. 329 pages. Hardcover. 0938349422 0-938349-42-2. Born at the outbreak of the Civil War, sent to Texas for policing during Reconstruction, & used on the frontier against the Indians, the unit went to Cuba for the Spanish-American War. Facsimile of 1900
New/New. A new book in publisher shrinkwrap. # 02651. $20.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Chapelle, Howard Irving.   BALTIMORE CLIPPER: ITS ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT  
New York: Edward W. Sweetman Company, 1968. Reprint. 192 pages. Hardcover. Light brown cloth-covered boards with darker brown title on spine. Top edge dyed brown. B/w plates, plans, drawings, and charts and tables. Index. There is no dustjacket.
VG/No Jacket. Tight, no wear, no marks. # E2715. $15.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Chapman, Burton.   TELEPHONE ROAD, TEXAS: A HISTORY AND GUIDE TO TELEPHONE ROAD AND SOUTHEAST HOUSTON  
Friendswood, TX: Baxter Press, 2007. Reprint. 157 pages. Paperback. 1888237783 1-888237-78-3. History of the Telephone Road area, Hobby Airport, the many businesses, clubs & studios and the venerable Orange Show House that have made the area distinctive. B/w photos.
Fine/Wraps. New copies SIGNED by the author, a friend of the store. # 29192. $16.95   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Chernow, Ron.   WASHINGTON: A LIFE  
New York: Penguin Books, 2010. 1st ed. 904 pages. Hardcover. 1594202664 1-59420-266-4. A biographical and close-up journey through the events of America's founding. First printing.
Fine/Near Fine. No wear or marks on solid book. Dustjacket has lightt rubbing on back. # E0157. $22.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Cherry-Garrard, Apsley.   THE WORST JOURNEY IN THE WORLD  
New York: Carroll & Graf, 1997. Reprint. 607 pages. Paperback. 0786704373 0-7867-0437-3. Written by a survivor of Scott's antarctic expedition and member of the search party which discovered his body. Four maps and index.
Near Fine/Wraps. No wear or reader crease, no marks. # E0160. $5.50   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Clark, I.E.   ONCE UPON A TEXAS: SEVEN SHORT PLAYS ABOUT LIFE IN STEPHEN F. AUSTIN'S COLONY  
Schulenburg TX: I.E. Clark, Inc., 1985. Reprint. 36 pages. Paperback. 0886802385 0-88680-238-5. Scripts, stageing directions for the seven plays, plus Pecos Bill and the Texas Stars, a humorous play from folklore.
Good+/Wraps. Former library copy. No wear, but cover stickers, barcode, proper discard stamp. # E2719. $12.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Cliford, Craig, & Tom Pilkington.   RANGE WARS: HEATED DEBATES, SOBER REFLECTIONS AND OTHER ASSESSMENTS OF TEXAS WRITING  
Dallas: SMU Press, 1989. 188 pages. Paperback. 0870742736 0-87074-273-6. From the Southwest Life and Letters series. Good literary criticism. Includes A.C. Greene's essay 'Fifty Best Texas Books'.
New/Wraps. A new copy, still in shrinkwrap. # B1349. $5.00     Inquire Now  
Cliford, Craig, & Tom Pilkington.   RANGE WARS: HEATED DEBATES, SOBER REFLECTIONS AND OTHER ASSESSMENTS OF TEXAS WRITING  
Dallas: SMU Press, 1989. 1st ed. 188 pages. Hardcover. 0870742736 0-87074-273-6. From the Southwest Life and Letters series. Good literary criticism. Includes A.C. Greene's essay 'Fifty Best Texas Books'.
X-Lib Fine/Fine. Former library copy, minimal markings. Only library mark is 'withdrawn' stamp on top edge, as book was held in 'Special Collections' and not for circulation. # E2721. $11.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Cooper, James Fenimore.   THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS (IN SLIPCASE)  
New York: Heritage Press, 1932. Reprint. 377 pages. Hardcover. Grey and cream illustrated paper-covered boards, Creamcloth spine with green title. All edges speckled blue. Teal paper covered slipcase. Illustrated with color plates and b/w drawings by Edward A. Wilson. Introduction by Edward Everett Hale. Includes Sandglass.
Fine/No Jacket. Tight book with no wear, no marks. Very good slipcase has no breaks, couple chips on open edge. Tanning around edges. # E2713. $11.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Davis, Malcolm B., & Kate Chalmers Jenne.   HEALTH, HAPPINESS AND LONG LIFE OR LOOKING ON THE BRIGHT SIDE  
Malcolm B. Davis, 1911. 1st ed. 256 pages. Hardcover. Self-improvement and how to promote happiness. Advice to young men and young women. Advice on health and well-being at the beginning of the twentieth century. Red cloth-covered boards, white titles, pretty young woman illustration in oval paste-on. 1911 first edition.
VG/No Jacket. Firm binding, square corners, spine ends softened. Unmarked. # E2694. $45.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Dostoevsky, Fyodor.   THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV (IN SLIPCASE)  
New York: Heritage Press, 1949. Reprint. 604 pages. Hardcover. Portrait illustrated green paper-covered boards, Tan cloth spine with green title and decoration. Very good green paper-covered slipcase.
VG/No Jacket. Book has no wear, no name or marks. Slipcase has half-inch mended break, chips and damp mark on lower edge. # E2711. $18.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Edwards, Jonathan.   THE WORK OF THE HOLY SPIRIT IN THE HUMAN HEART: BEING TWO TRACTS ON THAT SUBJECT  
Nashville: E.Stevenson & F.A. Owen, 1857. 1st ed. 199 pages. Hardcover. Contains two tracts abridged by John Wesley and revised by T.O. Summers. 1: The Distinguishing Marks of a Work of the Spirit of God, 2: A Treatise on Religious Affections in Three Parts. Teal cloth-covered boards with embossed decoration on front and back, and gilt title and decoration on spine.
Fair/No Jacket. Binding and hinges solid. Presentation inscription penciled on FFEP. Water mark along upper edge of text block and throughout text. Foxed. Smallchips and discoloration on cover and inside. # E2710. $110.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Eliot, Charles W.   HARVARD CLASSICS SHELF OF FICTION IN 20 VOLUMES (COMPLETE)  
New York: P.F. Collier, 1917. Reprint. Hardcover. A handsome set bound in very dark green, almost black slightly-flexible bindings with gilt titles and decoration on spines. Top edges gilt. A complete set of 20 volumes.
VG/No Jacket. All bindings firm, all volumes unmarked. Very slight wear to spine ends, else Very Good+. # E2690. $280.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Everett, Ruth.   THAT MAN FROM WALL STREET: A STORY OF THE STUDIOS  
New York: George Thiell Long, Publisher, 190. 1st ed. 360 pages. Hardcover. Red cloth-covered boards, gilt titles, oval paste-on illustration on front. Romance and intrigue in New York City at the turn of the century.
Good+/No Jacket. Very firm hinges and binding. Unmarked. Corners and spine ends have wear. # E2696. $34.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Fischer, David Hackett.   WASHINGTON'S CROSSING  
New York: Oxford University Press, 2004. Reprint. 564 pages. Paperback. 019518159X 0-19-518159-X. Describes the military campaigns of 1776-1777, and how Washington and his compatriots saved the American Revolution.
Fine/Wraps. No indication of use or handling. # E0159. $7.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Fothergill, Jessie.   ORIOLE'S DAUGHTER  
New York: Tait, Sons & Company, 1892. 1st Am. ed. 321 pages. Hardcover. Appears to be first American edition of English novel. Published by a company which changed it's name to The Anglo-American Publishing Company in the following year. Orange cloth-covered boards with rose and silver decoration and silver title on front and spine. No dustjacket. A very scarce item.
VG/No Jacket. Tight, clean, unmarked. Corners square, spine ends softened. # E2728. $65.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Grey, Zane.   DESERT GOLD: A ROMANCE OF THE BORDER  
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1913. 1st ed. 326 pages. Hardcover. First edition in olive green cloth-covered boards with gilt title and paste-on illustration on front. Faded gilt title on spine. Four b/w illustrated plates. No dustjacket. "Published April, 1913" stated on copyright page.
Good+/No Jacket. Sewn binding very firm. Front hinge paper neatly repaired. Boards were shellacked decades ago as a means of preserving, and have a yellowed tone to them. # E2727. $22.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Harris, Erdman.   TWENTY-ONE  
New York: Ray Long & Richard R. Smith, 1931. 1st ed. 207 pages. Hardcover. Wine colored cloth-covered boards with embossed title on front, gilt title on spine. Early twentieth-century self help book on preparing to be an adult.
VG/No Jacket. Tight, corners square, spine ends softened. # E2701. $14.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Hennech, Mike, & Billy Bob Hill.   TEXAS SHORT FICTION: A WORLD IN ITSELF  
Fort Worth: ALE, 1993. 1st ed. 240 pages. Paperback. 1881301044 1-881301-04-4. 21 exciting stories that feature the heart and soul of Texas.
New/Wraps. New copies. # E0476. $13.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Homer, .   ODYSSEY OF HOMER (IN SLIPCASE)  
New York: Heritage Press, 1942. Reprint. 357 pages. Hardcover. English verse translation by Alexander Pope, illustrated with the classical designs by John flaxman. Dark blue linen-covered boards with gilt title on spine. Tan paper-covered slipcase. Eleven inches tall.
Good/No Jacket. Tight, no wear, no owner marks.`Spine faded. Slipcase has threatened breakage all around one side. # E2707. $12.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Housman, A.E.   A SHROPSHIRE LAD (IN SLIPCASE)  
New York: Heritage Press, 1951. Reprint. 159 pages. Hardcover. Grey cloth-covered boards with plowman and title on front and gilt title on spine. All edges dyed teal. Illustrated endpapers and decorations in color by Edward A. Wilson. Slipcase covered in teal paper. Sandglass included.
Near Fine/No Jacket. Book has no wear, no signs of ownership or use. Slipcase has no breaks, faded open edge with one inch long wear spot, and small chip at rear edge. # E2674. $17.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Jones, Ernest.   THE LIFE AND WORK OF SIGMUND FREUD, THREE VOLUMES (COMPLETE)  
New York: Basic Books, 1953-57. 1st ed. 1477 pages. Hardcover. Three volumes published separately in 1953, 1955, and 1957. All three volumes are first edition. Blue cloth covered boards with blue and silver titles in black boxes on spines. Top edges dyed red.
VG/No Jacket. Tight, spine ends softened, corners square. Owner name stamped inside front board on each, no other marks. # E2724. $35.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Kelly, Eleanor Mercein.   TOYA THE UNLIKE  
Boston: Small, Maynard and Company, 1913. 1st ed. 262 pages. Hardcover. Blue-grey silk moire covered boards with crane and mountain illustration on front in dark blue, white, and gilt. Color frontis by Arthur Hutchins. No dustjacket.
Good+/No Jacket. Binding and hinges firm. Light wear to corners and spine ends. # E2699. $35.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Knisley, Michael.   THE SPORTING NEWS SELECTS PRO FOOTBALL'S GREATEST TEAMS (LEATHER)  
Norwalk: Easton Press, 2002. Reprint. 175 pages. Hardcover. Dark green leather with gilt gridiron nad title on front, gilt title on spine. Moire endpapers, ribbon marker, all edges gilt. Unused Easton bookplate. Color and b/w photos throughout.
VG/No Jacket. Top edge gilt not perfect. Minor foxing on title page. # E2706. $29.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Lardas, Mark.   THE PORT OF HOUSTON: IMAGES OF AMERICA  
Charleston: Arcadia Publishing, 2013. 1st ed. 127 pages. Paperback. 1467130761 1467130761. Photohistory of the second-largest U.S. port, in spite of its location 50 miles from the Gulf of Mexico. 2014 marks the beginning of the second century of this transportation giant. Signed by local author and friend of the store, Mark Lardas.
New/Wraps. New copies. # 33725. $19.75   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Larson, Erik.   ISAAC'S STORM A MAN, A TIME AND THE DEADLIEST STORM IN HISTORY  
New York: Crown Publishers, 1999. 1st ed. 323 pages. Hardcover. 0609602330 0-609-60233-0. Accounts of the 1900 Storm, a hurricane which cost the lives of over 6,000 people in Galveston. Based on the letters, telegrams & reports of chief weather observer Isaac Cline & many survivor accounts. Extensive notes and sources, indexed. First printing.
Fine/Fine. No sign of use or handling. # E2326. $21.50   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Lord Byron, George Gordon.   DON JUAN: A SATIRIC EPIC OF MODERN LIFE (IN SLIPCASE)  
New York: Heritage Press, 1943. Reprint. 358 pages. Hardcover. Yellow-cream cloth-covered boards with green stripe decoration. Gilt title in black box on spine, Decorative gilt 'B' in black box on front board. Illustrated with b/w plates by Hugo Steiner-Prag. Very good shiny-black paper-covered slipcase. Sandglass included.
Fine/No Jacket. Book is tight, without wear or marks. Couple small chips at open edge. # E2714. $12.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Machann, Clint, & James W. Mendl, Jr.   CZECH VOICES: STORIES FROM TEXAS IN THE AMERIKAN NARODNI KALENDAR  
College Station: Texas A & M, 1991. 1st ed. 147 pages. Hardcover. 0890964718 0-89096-471-8. Czech-language accounts of early settlers, travelers, and journalists, translated and edited by Machann and Mendl.
VG/No Jacket. Clean, tight, and without wear. No dustjacket. Previous owner's embossed seal on half-title page. # E2722. $10.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Madison, Bailee, & Stefne Miller.   LOSING BRAVE (SIGNED)  
Grand Rapids: Blink/Zondervan, 2018. 1st ed. 348 pages. Hardcover. 0310760542 0-310-76054-2. First edition, signed by Bailee Madison on the FFEP.
Fine/Near Fine. No wear, no other marks. # E2712. $9.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
McCutcheon, George Barr.   THE BUTTERFLY MAN  
New York: A.L. Burt Co., 1910. Reprint. 121 pages. Hardcover. Mauve-grey cloth covered boards with dark green decoration and titles, and color illustrated oval paste-on. Illustrated by four Harrison Fisher color plates. All pages have green floral vine border.
VG/No Jacket. Clean, tight, unmarked. Softened spine ends, corners square. # E2693. $14.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
McIntire, Jim.   EARLY DAYS IN TEXAS: A TRIP TO HELL AND HEAVEN  
Norman: Univ. Oklahoma, 1992. Reprint. 184 pages. Hardcover. 0806124075 0-8061-2407-5. Originally published in 1902, now edited and with annotations by Robert K. DeArment.
X-Lib NF/Fine. Former library copy, minimal markings. A clean, solid copy. Only library mark is withdrawn stamp, as this book was held in 'Special Collections', and was not circulated. No wear. # E2720. $9.50   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Middleton, George.   TRADITION AND OTHER ONE-ACT PLAYS  
New York: Henry Holt & Co., 1913. 1st ed. 173 pages. Hardcover. Plays of contemporary life including On Bail, Their Wife, Waiting, The Cheat of Pity, ans Mothers. In very dark blue cloth-covered boards with gilt title and decoration. First edition.
Good+/No Jacket. Firm binding, corners scuffed through the cloth, spine ends softened. FFEP removed. # E2704. $18.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Mitchell, S. Weir.   CIRCUMSTANCE  
New York: The Century Company, 1901. 1st ed. 495 pages. Hardcover. Wine cloth-covered boards with gilt title and decoration on front and spine. Gilt top edge.
VG/No Jacket. Binding solid, corners square, spine ends a little softened. Gifted "from Joe. January 1, 1902" on FFEP. # E2702. $8.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Proust, Marcel.   SWANN'S WAY (IN SLIPCASE)  
New York: Heritage Press, 1954. Reprint. 441 pages. Hardcover. Fancy patterened lavender cloth-covered boards with black title on spine, and blue speckled edges. Thirty color plates by Bernard Lamotte. Translated from French by C.K. Scott Moncrieff. Shiney black paper-covered slipcase. Nearly 12 inches tall.
VG/No Jacket. Book tight, no owner marks. Spine very slightly faded. Musty scent. Very good slipcase with minor chips at lower open edge, no breaks. # E2686. $20.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Smith, Betty.   TOMORROW WILL BE BETTER  
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1948. Book Club ed. 274 pages. Hardcover. The author's second novel. Apparent Book Club edition, with small detent on rear board. "First Edition" stated on copyright page. Single-sheet, 4-page book description with the author's photo laid in. No indication on insert if from publisher or Book Club.
Good+/No Jacket. # E2656. $18.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Summers, Thomas O.   TYRE; ITS RISE, GLORY, AND DESOLATION  
Nashville: E. Stevenson & F.A. Owen, 1856. 1st ed. 180 pages. Hardcover. Very small volume-only six inches tall. Brown cloth-covered boards with embossed design on front and back, and gilt title and decoration on spine. Published for the Methodist Episcopal Church, South.
Good+/No Jacket. Tight, endpapers discolored, foxing throughout. Presentation statement penned on FFEP. Fading of spine, but gilt still bright. # E2709. $40.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Trulock, Alice Rains.   IN THE HANDS OF PROVIDENCE: JOSHUA L. CHAMBERLAIN & THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR  
Chapel Hill: Univ. North Carolina, 1992. Reprint. 569 pages. Paperback. 0807849804 0-8078-4980-4. Biography of the professor-turned-soldier who led the Twentieth Maine Regiment to glory at Gettysburg.
Near Fine/Wraps. No wear or reader crease, no marks. # E0158. $7.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Utley, Dan K., & Cynthia J. Beeman.   HISTORY AHEAD: STORIES BEYOND THE TEXAS ROADSIDE MARKERS  
College Station: Texas A & M, 2010. 1st ed. 317 pages. Paperback. 1603441514 1-60344-151-4. Stories behind monuments and markers all over Texas commemorating people, places, and events in local history. Flex binding with french-flaps. Endnotes and index. A&M Travel Guides Series.
VG/Wraps. Small publisher's stamp on front endpaper, some edge or corner bruising. # E0719. $9.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Uttridge (editor), Sarah.   MILITARY UNIFORMS VISUAL ENCYCLOPEDIA  
London: Amber Books, 2013. Reprint. 448 pages. Paperback. 190827302X 1-908273-02-X. More than 650 color illustrations show uniforms of the world from 18th century to the present.
Near Fine/Wraps. Clean, tight, unmarked # B8106. $13.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Van Dyke, Mamie.   JENNIFER'S RAINBEAU  
Tyler, Texas: Treasure Enterprises, 1992. 1st ed. 141 pages. Paperback. 0963098918 0-9630989-1-8. Romance set in Texas by a Texas author. Out of print.
Fine/Wraps. New book out of old stock. # E2363. $2.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Wharton, Clarence R.   GAIL BORDEN: PIONEER  
San Antonio: Naylor Company, 1941. 1st ed. 229 pages. Hardcover. Biography of pioneering Texan surveyor, newspaperman, and inventor who was instrumental in early Texas, Houston and Galveston. His name lives on in the Borden company, as it was he who invented and patented condensed milk as early as 1856. B/w photo frontispiece, b/w block prints by Warren Hunter.
X-Lib VG/Fair. Former library copy with only a red 'withdrawn' stamp on top edge, as it was held in 'Special Collection'. A clean, solid copy. Worn dustjacket has small tears and chips. # E2716. $30.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  

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