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Alter, Judy, & James Ward Lee.   ELMER KELTON: ESSAYS AND MEMORIES  
Fort Worth: Texas Christian Univ., 2011. 137 pages. Paperback. 0875654266 0-87565-426-6. Loving essays by friends, family, and associates for Texas's best loved author. Includes bibliography of his published works.
Near Fine/Wraps. Unread copies with small publisher's stamp on front endpaper, else Fine. # E0697. $11.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Bailey, Lynn R.   LONG WALK: A HISTORY OF THE NAVAJO WARS, 1846-68  
Tucson: Westernlore Press, 1988. Reprint. 254 pages. Hardcover. 0870260472 0-87026-047-2. Documents a pathetic and tragic episode in the history of Anglo-Indian relations. Bibliography and index. Map endpapers. Pink and red dustjacket with black title on spine.
VG/Good+. Tight and unmarked. Shelving wear to lower edges and spine ends. Dustjacket has wear on edges and spine ends. # E3476. $26.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Barker, Elliot S.   WHEN THE DOGS BARK 'TREED' (SIGNED)  
Portales, NM: Bishop Printing/Litho, 1975. Reprint. 209 pages. Hardcover. The great dustjacket is a hunt painting by Paul Phillips of Santa Fe. Based on the author's experience in 1930 working on the private Vermejo Park Hunting Club in the New Mexico mountains. Inscribed 'With all good wishes' and signed by the author. Map endpapers.
Near Fine/Good+. Clean, tight, owner name embossed on FEP. Bright dustjacket is rubbed along edges and spine ends. # B8661. $65.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Berger, Bruce.   HANGIN' ON: GORDON SNIDOW PORTRAYS THE COWBOY HERITAGE  
Flagstaff: Northland Press, 1980. 1st ed. 104 pages. Hardcover. 0873582667 0-87358-266-7. B/w photos by Linda Fry of a roundup in West Texas in which the artist, the author and she participated. 37 color plates of Snidow paintings and introduction by John Connally. Includes a description of the parties and auctions of the fifth annual Western Heritage Sale in Houston.
Fine/Near Fine. Clean, tight, unmarked. Price intact. # B4496. $65.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Blevins, Win.   DICTIONARY OF THE AMERICAN WEST: OVER 5,000 TERMS AND EXPRESSIONS FROM AARIGAA! TO ZOPILOTE  
Fort Worth: TCU Press, 2001. 1st ed. 429 pages. Paperback. 0875653731 0-87565-373-1. Words derived from the speech of the cultures who had a hand in peopling the West.
Near Fine/Wraps. Small publisher's stamp on front endpaper, else Fine. # E0694. $6.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Brady, Donald V.   THE THEATRE IN EARLY EL PASO 1881-1905  
El Paso: Texas Western Press, 1966. 1st ed. 40 pages. Paperback.
X-Lib VG/Wraps. Former library copy with stamps & marks. A clean, solid copy. # B3725. $5.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Bryant, H. Stafford.   GEORGIAN LOCOMOTIVE  
New York: Weathervane, 1962. 1st ed. 89 pages. Hardcover. 0517172666 0-517-17266-6. History & b/w photos of steam locomotives in the South & Southwest, before diesel & streamlining brought them to an end.
VG/VG. Corners lightly bumped, Dj has 1/2" tear bottom front near fold. # A4145. $8.75   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Bryson, Conrey.   DOWN WENT MCGINTY: EL PASO IN THE WONDERFUL NINETIES  
El Paso: Texas Western, 1977. 1st ed. 160 pages. Hardcover. 0874040566 0-87404-056-6. History of the McGinty Club and El Paso during the uproarious 1890s. B/w photos, bibliographic notes, and index. Illustrated with b/w plates by Bassel Wolfe. Dark green cloth-covered boards, gilt title on spine. Green dustjacket with white title on spine. first edition.
Fine/Fine. New old stock from our archives. # E3765. $22.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Bullock, Alice.   LIVING LEGENDS OF THE SANTA FE COUNTRY  
Santa Fe: Sunstone Press, 1978. 2nd ed. 125 pages. Paperback. 0913270067 0-913270-06-7. A pictorial guidebook for those looking for the strange and wonderful in the "Land of Enchantment". Map and B/w photos.
Near Fine/Wraps. Clean, tight, unmarked. No spine crease. # B0849. $6.25     Inquire Now  
Coffin, Morse H.   THE BATTLE OF SAND CREEK  
Austin: Morrison, 1965. 1st ed. 40 pages. Hardcover. Edited, with introduction and notes by Alan W. Farley. 1/300 copies published on fine heavy stock by Morrison. Letters to the Colorado Sun detailing the fights against the Indians by the Third Colorado Volunteer Cavalry. B/w vintage photos of many of the named participants. Rose-tan cloth-covered boards with bright gilt titles on front and spine.
Fine/No Jacket. New old stock from our archives. New condition. # B9569. $80.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Craze, Sophia.   FREDERIC REMINGTON  
New York: Knickerbocker Press, 1999. Reprint. 112 pages. Paperback. 1577150791 1-57715-079-1. Contains 67 color plates and 25 b/w illustrations showing some of the finest Remington paintings, drawings, and sculptures. Over 14 inches tall, produced with french flaps.
VG/Wraps. Tight, no nameor marks, but has been read. # B9755. $5.50   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Davis, Richard Harding.   THE WEST FROM A CAR WINDOW  
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1892. 243 pages. Hardcover. Travelog of essays, vintage photos, and illustrations by Frederic Remington and others. Blue cloth-covered boards with bright silver titles and decoration.
VG/No Jacket. Tight, square, clean, with owner bookplate inside front board and small pencil note dated 1944 on FEP. Spine ends are a little softened, corners are sharp. # B8385. $22.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Dawson, .   CIVIL WAR AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE WEST, CATALOGUE 298  
Los Angeles: Dawson's Book Shop, 1955. 72 pages. Hardcover. Catalogue of California bookstore makes excellent bibliography for Civil War and Western Americana books. First published in soft cover as three part series of catalogues, here together in dark blue hardcover.
Fine/No Jacket. No wear, no marks. # B9746. $28.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Dippie, Brian W.   REMINGTON & RUSSELL: THE SID RICHARDSON COLLECTION  
Austin: U.T. Press, 1984. Reprint. 188 pages. Hardcover. 0292770278 0-292-77027-8. With 81 color plates, this book marks the move of the Sid Richardson Collection from the Amon Carter Museum into it's own building on Main Street in downtown Fort Worth, March 1982. Each plate is described in detail.
Near Fine/VG. Tight, unmarked copy. Two tiny white spots on lower edge of rear board. A small bookstore sticker inside front board. Tiny tear at top of spine of dusjacket. # E4055. $13.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Donovan, Jim.   CUSTER AND THE LITTLE BIGHORN: THE MAN, THE MYSTERY, THE MYTH  
New York: Crestline, 2011. Reprint. 224 pages. Hardcover. 0785825894 0-7858-2589-4. Illustrated throughout, mostly b/w, this book examines the life of this complex man, and the batle which ended it. Bibliography and index. Custer battle-field maps on endpapers. Glossy pictorial boards with matching dustjacket.
Good+/VG. Clean, tight, no name or marks. Lower corners bruised. # E1377. $14.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Drago, Harry Sinclair.   WILD, WOOLLY & WICKED: THE HISTORY OF THE KANSAS COW TOWNS AND THE TEXAS CATTLE TRADE  
New York: Clarkson Potter, 1960. 1st ed. 354 pages. Hardcover. Story of the stockyards and railheads of Kansas, and the cattle trails from Texas that supplied them. Tales of the men who made it all happen. Bibliography. Map endpapers. Notes & bibliography. 1960 first printing.
Near Fine/Good+. Solid unmarked copy. Edges lighlty foxed. Dustjacket spine is color-changed from sunlight. # E2771. $34.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
du Mont, John S.   CUSTER BATTLE GUNS (REVISED & ENLARGED EDITION 1988)  
Ft. Collins, CO: The Old Army Press, 1988. Revised ed. 113 pages. Hardcover. The revised and expanded 1988 edition, limited to 1,500 copies bound in one-quarter cloth over pictorial boards. History of the weapons carried by both sides at the Little Bighorn. Armory records, B/w photos and drawings throughout, indexed.
Near Fine/No Jacket. Clean, tight with minor scuffing at corners. # E1424. $120.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
du Mont, John S.   CUSTER BATTLE GUNS (SIGNED, LIMITED EDITION)  
Ft. Collins, CO: The Old Army Press, 1974. Limited ed. 113 pages. Leather. Copy No. 21 of an edition limited to 50 copies, signed by the author, and bound in dark blue leather. Stamped in gilt along inside edges. Spine title and front saber decoration also stamped in gilt. History of the weapons carried by both sides at the Little Bighorn. Armory records, B/w photos and drawings throughout. Indexed.
Near Fine/No Jacket. Clean, tight with minor scuffing at corners. # E1354. $275.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Emanuels, George.   WALNUT CREEK: ARROYO DE LAS NUECES  
Sonoma, CA: Diablo Books, 1999. Reprint. 276 pages. Hardcover. 0960752021 0-9607520-2-1. History of the City of Walnut Creek, California, and surrounding area. B/w photos, appendix, and index. Black boards with bright gilt title and decoration.
Fine/No Jacket. Tight, no wear, no name or marks. # E2509. $10.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Emanuels, George.   YGNACIO VALLEY 1834-1970  
Fresno, CA: Panorama West Books, 1985. Reprint. 109 pages. Hardcover. 0914330810 0-914330-81-0. History of the Ygnacio Valley, California, and surrounding area. B/w photos. Black boards with bright gilt title and decoration.
Fine/No Jacket. Tight, no wear, no name or marks. # E2510. $21.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Ensminger, M.E.   STOCKMAN'S HANDBOOK, 4TH EDITION 1970  
Danville, IL: The Interstate, 1970. 4th ed. 957 pages. Hardcover. The indispensible guide for ranchers and dairymen. The 1970 edition, collect them all !
Good+/No Jacket. # B2453. $9.25   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Euler, Robert C.   THE PAIUTE PEOPLE  
Phoenix: Indian Tribal Series, 1972. Limited ed. 106 pages. Paperback. Limited edition # 9285 of 15,000 numbered copies signed by the Tribal Chairman, Bill Tom. History of the tribe, b/w & color photos. Medal not included.
Near Fine/Wraps. Clean, tight, unmarked. No wear. Spine sunned. # A6735. $8.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Faulk, Odie B.   DESTINY ROAD - THE GILA TRAIL & THE OPENING OF THE SOUTHWEST  
New York: Oxford Univ., 1973. 1st ed. 232 pages. Hardcover. 0195017102 0-19-501710-2. History of the Gila Trail, stretching from El Paso to California which led to the opening of the Southwest. 50 b/w photos.
Near Fine/Near Fine. Clean, tight, unmarked. Edges foxed, slightly darkened. No wear. # B5709. $15.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Field, Matthew, & John E. Sunder, ed.   MATT FIELD ON THE SANTA FE TRAIL  
Norman: Univ. Oklahoma, 1960. 1st ed. 322 pages. Hardcover. Number 29 in the American Exploration and Travel Series. Collected by Clyde and Mae Reed Porter. Edited, and with introduction and notes by John E. Sunder. Adventures in 1839, taken from Field's journals and 85 articles later published in the New Orleans Picayune.
Fine/Near Fine. New old stock from our archives. Dustjacket is price-clipped. and spine is slightly faded. No wear or marks on book. # B9051. $24.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Flandrau, Grace.   THE VERENDRYE EXPEDITIONS IN QUEST OF THE PACIFIC: FROM THE QUARTERLY OF THE OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOLUME XXVI JUNE, 1925 NUMBER 2  
Great Northern Railway, 1925. Reprint. 64 pages. Paperback. Reproduced in pamphlet form by the Great Northern Railway Company as an excerpt from the Quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society. Includes essays from several authors. Stapled pamphlet.
X-Lib VG/Wraps. Former library copy with stamps & marks. A clean, solid copy. Has no wear because it was placed into a hardcover binder when the library aquired it in 1926 (now removed). No reader marks. # E3342. $25.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Fox, Richard K.   BELLA STARR, THE BANDIT QUEEN: OR THE FEMALE JESSE JAMES, A FACSIMILE REPRODUCTION  
Austin: Steck Co., 1960. Reprint. 64 pages. Hardcover. Facsimile of the 1889 original with the addition of a section of b/w photos and a section of color plates by Elizabeth Rice Bauknight. Publisher preface for this edition by R.H. Porter, and 10 pages of original publisher advertisements. Includes slipcase and glassine Dj. Pink paper, pink boards, pink slipcase.
Near Fine. Tight, unmarked. Book spine faded, some foxing on spine and on slipcase. No wear. # B7378. $38.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
H.M. Gousha, & Standard Oil California.   PHOENIX: STREET AND VICINITY MAP (1962) PREPARED FOR STANDARD OIL OF CALIFORNIA  
Chicago: H.M. Gousha, 1962. Map. Chevron folded street map of Phoenix from 1962. Light yellowing, else appears to be an unused copy. A snapshot of roadways 50 years ago.
Near Fine/No Jacket. # B5417. $12.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Haines, Francis.   APPALOOSA: THE SPOTTED HORSE IN ART & HISTORY  
Austin: U.T. Press, 1963. 1st ed. 103 pages. Hardcover. A history of the breed & illustrations of works appearing in exhibition at the Amon Carter Museum. B/w & color illustrations.
Near Fine/Fine. New old stock from our archives with light edge foxing. No marks or wear on book or dustjacket. # B7410. $120.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Harrington, Mildred P.   SOUTHWEST IN CHILDREN'S BOOKS: A BIBLIOGRAPHY  
Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 1952. 1st ed. 124 pages. Hardcover. States included in the bibliography are Arizona, Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. A reference book, listing kid's titles with brief descriptions including works published through Spring 1951. Bright red cloth-covered boards with black title on spine.
Fine/No Jacket. Tight, no wear, no marks. # E2476. $22.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Harris, Benjamin Butler.   THE GILA TRAIL: THE TEXAS ARGONAUTS AND THE CALIFORNIA GOLD RUSH  
Norman: Univ. Oklahoma, 1984. Reprint. 175 pages. Paperback. 0806118822 0-8061-1882-2. Twelve b/w illustrations and map. Harris traveled to the California gold mines with the Duval party arriving there September 29, 1849, and later wrote his memoirs of the trip and life in California. Volume 31 in The American Exploration and Travel Series.
VG/Wraps. Clean, tight, unmarked. Rubbed silver on back from another book. # B5497. $9.25   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Harte, Bret.   GABRIEL CONROY  
Hartford: American Publishing Company, 1876. 1st ed. 467 pages. Hardcover. First edition, sold by subscription only. Brown cloth-covered boards with embossed decorations on front and rear boards and dull gilt title on spine. Thirty-three b/w illustrations.
Good+/No Jacket. Hinges open to cloth, FFEP loose. Corners square, spine ends worn. # E3114. $35.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Horgan, Paul.   THE CENTURIES OF SANTA FE  
Albuquerque: Univ. New Mexico, 1994. Reprint. 373 pages. Paperback. 0826314910 0-8263-1491-0. Biography of a city covering three centuries. Trade softcover reprint.
Near Fine/Wraps. Tight, unmarked, minor shelfwear. # E3478. $8.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Humphrey, William.   AH, WILDERNESS: THE FRONTIER IN AMERICAN LITERATURE  
El Paso: Texas Western Press, 1977. 1st ed. 30 pages. Paperback. 0874040574 0-87404-057-4. Number Two in the Literature Series of the University of Texas at El Paso. Stapled pamphlet being a bBrief essay on influence of the frontier on writers and readers. Frontispiece illustration by Jose Cisneros. Typo in ISBN on copyright page. Somewhat scarce.
VG/Wraps. Slight fading around edges, light crease on cover. # B9423. $26.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Hunt, John Clark.   SOUTH AND WEST  
New York: House of Field, 1941. 1st ed. 92 pages. Hardcover. Folksy stories of everyday life. Dark green cloth-covered boards without title on front or spine. First printing of uncommon book.
VG/No Jacket. Tight, minor indication of use, but, remains of bookplate on FFEP. # A0176. $16.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
James, Will.   THE DRIFTING COWBOY  
New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1949. Reprint. 241 pages. Hardcover. Illustrated with more than forty drawings by Will James. Light brown cloth-covered boards with gilt title in dark brown block on spine. Top edge dyed brown.
VG/No Jacket. Tight, corners square. Spine ends softened. Owner's name on front free endpaper dated 1949. # E3602. $15.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
James, John.   MY EXPERIENCE WITH INDIANS  
Austin: Gammel's Book Shop, 1925. 147 pages. Hardcover. Somewhat scarce first person account of life on the Texas frontier in Johnson & Wise counties in the 1860s-1870s, and in Oklahoma among the Choctaw in the 1880s. James became a teacher and taught Indians in territorial schools. Much on their customs & religion, and the author shows much respect for their lifestyle which he saw endangered by the White Man. B/w photos. Appendix with notable Indian speeches by Black Hawk and other leaders through history. SixGuns 1153; Graff 2192; Rader 2060; Burrs 213.
Near Fine/No Jacket. Nice copy, sharp, no names or marks. Balck cloth with gilt lettering. # B6952. $410.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Josephy, Alvin M.   NOW THAT THE BUFFALO'S GONE: A STUDY OF TODAY'S AMERICAN INDIANS  
Norman: Univ. Oklahoma, 1989. Reprint. 301 pages. Paperback. Study of the issues affecting Native Americans in modern times: Racis,land and mineral rights, fishing & hunting claims, sovereignty and self-determination.
Fine/Wraps. # B4150. $4.50   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Keleher, William A.   THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT: A NEW MEXICO ITEM  
Albuquerque: Univ. New Mexico, 1983. Reprint. 166 pages. Paperback. 0826306780 0-8263-0678-0.
Near Fine/Wraps. Light foxing on edges, o/w fine. New book from our old stock. # B2764. $15.50   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Kelton, Elmer.   SLAUGHTER  
New York: Doubleday, 1992. 1st ed. 369 pages. Hardcover. 0385248946 0-385-24894-6. Collision of lifeways of Indian and white men on the Llano Estacado.
VG/VG. Clean, firm. Sharp corners. Previous owner monogram embossed on FEP and half-title. Bright Dj has wear at tips. # B7281. $18.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Knibbs, Henry Herbert.   SUNDOWN SLIM  
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1915. 1st ed. 357 pages. Hardcover. Western fiction illustrated by Anton Fischer with color frontis and three additional b/w plates. Dark red cloth-covered boards with gilt titles and patch decoration.
VG/No Jacket. Hinges and binding firm, corners square, spine ends worn. No name or marks. Old bookstore sticker inside back board. # E1189. $13.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Kosik, Fran.   NATIVE ROADS: THE COMPLETE MOTORING GUIDE TO THE NAVAJO AND HOPI NATIONS  
Tucson, AZ: Rio Nuevo Publishers, 1996. 1st ed. 292 pages. Paperback. 1887896163 1-887896-16-3. Self-guided tours featuring the history, geology and native cultures of Northern Arizona and New Mexico. B/w photos and maps of the routes.
Near Fine/Wraps. Crisp and bright. No wear, no marks. # E1340. $6.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Kuhlman, Charles.   LEGEND INTO HISTORY: THE CUSTER MYSTERY  
Harrisburg, PA: Stackpole, 1951. 1st ed. 250 pages. Hardcover. An analytical study of the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Map of the battle area and page of Organization and Strength table of Custer's 7th U.S. Cavalry on June 25, 1876 are in pocket at rear of book. Appendices, bibliography, and index. First edition.
Good+/No Jacket. Firm binding, owner name, square corners, spine ends worn. # E3974. $19.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Lamb, Susan.   MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK: LIFE EARTH SKY  
Mariposa, CA: Sierra Press, 2002. Reprint. 48 pages. Paperback. 158071031X 1-58071-031-X. Beautiful color photos illustrate historical overview of the cliff-dwellings and the culures who built them.
Fine/Wraps. No wear, no marks. # E1343. $6.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Lambda Alpha - Wichita State, .   LAMBDA ALPHA JOURNAL, VOLUME 32, 2002  
Wichita, KS: Lambda Alpha Honor Soc., 2002. 80 pages. Paperback. Journal of the organization, with 5 articles: Teotihuacan Urban Design by Rosner; Migration Models for Clovis by Byrd; Human Rights & Rights on Female Genital Mutilation by Digan; Science, Politics and the Human Genome by Ramsey; Starving in Silence: Food Refusal as Social Protest by Yoder.
Fine/Wraps. Fine, with no marks. # B6927. $8.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Levite, George.   BY GEORGE! FOR LILLY  
Norman: M & G, 1987. Reprint. 60 pages. Paperback. 0961863404 0-9618634-0-4. The stories of two generations of storekeepers who started business in 1903 in the new town of Apache, Oklahoma Territory. Signed by the editors, who are the daughters & grand-daughters of the businessmen.
Good/Wraps. Cover has tape damage. # A4528. $5.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Marryat, Frank.   MOUNTAINS AND MOLEHILLS: CLASSICS OF THE OLD WEST  
Alexandria: Time-Life Books, 1982. Reprint. 443 pages. Leather. 0809439980 0-8094-3998-0. Facsimile of the 1855 edition in brown leather with longhorn embossing and gilt titles on front and spine. All edges gilt and ribbon marker. Includes publisher info sheet.
Near Fine/No Jacket. Tight, no wear. Short gift inscription on a blank endpaper, else Fine. # E3443. $8.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
McDermott, editor, John Francis.   THE FRONTIER RE-EXAMINED  
Urbana: Univ. Illinois, 1967. 1st ed. 192 pages. Hardcover. Collection of thirteen papers which re-examine a wide range of events central to nineteenth century life. Much on the fur trade, western trails, myth and literature of the West. Sticker ghost on FEP.
Near Fine/Good+. Dj PC, foxed, not worn. Book crisp, tight, clean. No name or marks. # A1675. $12.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
McMurtry, Larry.   TELEGRAPH DAYS  
New York: Simon & Schuster, 2006. 8 discs. Aud-CD. 0743554515 0-7435-5451-5. A big saga full of life, love, shootings, real Western heroes and villains. Read by Annie Potts on eight CDs. Unabridged, run time 10 hours.
Fine. CDs, folders, and box all in fine condition with no wear. # B8055. $15.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Morehead, William L.   THE PALEFACE'S NECKLACE  
New York: Vantage Press, 1986. 1st ed. 167 pages. Hardcover. 0533067944 0-533-06794-4. Historical fiction set on the American frontier in the early 1800s. SIGNED & INSCRIBED to a library by the author.
X-Lib NF/Near Fine. Former library copy, minimal markings. A clean, solid copy. # B3797. $7.50   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Page, Thomas.   SAN FRANCISCO  
Geneva: Minerva, 1977. 112 pages. Hardcover. 0517241153 0-517-24115-3. Hundreds of color photos taken throughout the city and text by Thomas Page. White cloth covered boards in a pictorial Dj with the Golden Gate in the foreground. Clean, tight, no marks or wear. Scattered fox
Fine/Fine. New book from our very old stock recently pulled from storage. # B0587. $7.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Parsons, Jack, & Michael Earney.   LAND AND CATTLE: CONVERSATIONS WITH JOE PANKEY, A NEW MEXICO RANCHER  
Albuquerque: Univ. New Mexico, 1978. 1st ed. 96 pages. Hardcover. 0826304915 0-8263-0491-5. In Joe's words and Parson's b/w photos, this is the story of a family ranch in the rugged area between the Rio Grande and the San Mateo Mountains in SW New Mexico. Parson's photography is well-composed, evocative and detailed. B/w at its best.
Fine/Fine. Tight, no wear, no marks. # E3597. $9.50   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Powell, Lawrence Clark.   SOUTHWEATERN BOOK TRAILS: A READER'S GUIDE TO THE HEARTLAND OF NEW MEXICO AND ARIZONA  
Albuquerque: Horn & Wallace, 1963. 1st ed. 91 pages. Hardcover. Interesting in itself, this volume can serve as a guide to reading and collecting books about the Southwest.
Fine/Fine. Clean, tight, unmarked save for the author's signature. No wear. # B6916. $28.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Powell, Lawrence Clark.   SOUTHWEST CLASSICS  
Pasadena: Ward Richie Press, 1975. Reprint. 370 pages. Paperback. 037807752X 0-378-07752-X. Essays on the books and their writers of the creative literature of the arid lands of the American Southwest.
Fine/Wraps. New old stock from our archives. # B6918. $14.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Prewit, Mary Nabors.   WEST OF THE PECOS RODEO & WESTERN ART SHOW/SALE SOUVENIR PROGRAM  
Pecos, Texas: West of the Pecos Rodeo, 1983. 1st ed. 96 pages. Wraps. Souvenir Program of the Centennial Rodeo of the World's first rodeo, held June 30 to July 4, 1983 at Pecos, Texas.
Near Fine/Wraps. # A5331. $6.75     Inquire Now  
Ralph, Julian.   OUR GREAT WEST (SIGNED)  
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1893. 1st ed. 478 pages. Hardcover. Reports on travels in the mid-west and west describing social and business conditions in the younger areas of the United States. The author seems to be of a positive bent in all he observes. Fun to read. There are 32 b/w illustrations and 5 maps. Inscribed "Here's to the flag, a draught of wine, a pretty girl, and the Aziola Club which honors them all", and signed by the author dated June 25/95, Asbury Park, NJ. Rebound for the Rosenberg Library, a long time ago, in dark blue cloth-covered boards.
X-Lib VG/No Jacket. Former library copy with few stamps, marks, and pocket. A clean, solid copy. No wear-even on spine ends and corners! # E3455. $48.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Renner, Frederick G.   CHARLES M. RUSSELL: PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS, AND SCULPTURE IN THE AMON CARTER MUSEUM  
Austin: U.T. Press, 1972. Reprint. 148 pages. Hardcover. 0292736223 0-292-73622-3. A fine work on the life and art of Charles M. Russell. Captured are his works on paper, canvas, and in sculpture. 36 color and 223 b/w plates. 11.25 x 11.75 inch format. In dark charcoal cloth with gilt spine lettering. Six pounder.
Near Fine/Good+. Dustjacket has white speckles, where it had stuck to other copies in storage, else VG. Book is Fine, clean, tight, unmarked, with no wear. # B7502. $32.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Rickey, Don.   WAR IN THE WEST: THE INDIAN CAMPAIGNS  
Fort Collins, CO: Old Army Press, 1956. 37 pages. Paperback. Story of the Indian Wars lasting untill the early 1890s. Includes a page of bibliographic listings.
Fine/Wraps. No marks or wear. # B9079. $11.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Roosevelt, Theodore, & Frederic Remingto.   RANCH LIFE AND THE HUNTING TRAIL  
Austin: Pemberton Press, 1966. 187 pages. Hardcover. Colaboration of the artist and the author on Roosevelt's second book of western adventures originally published in 1888. Foreword by J.P. Bryan, Jr. Tan cloth-covered boards with horseman on front, gilt title in black block on spine. First Pemberton printing.
VG/No Jacket. Tight, no wear, no marks. Foxing to boards, top edge, and endpapers. Light scuffing on the title block. # E3510. $82.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Rosa, Joseph G.   GUN LAW: A STUDY OF VIOLENCE IN THE WILD WEST  
Chicago: Contemporary Books, 1977. 1st Am. ed. 144 pages. Hardcover. 0809278405 0-8092-7840-5. Sorts myths and legends from reality in the taming of the American West. B/w illustrations throughout, with a few in color. Bibliography and index.
VG/Good. Tight, no marks, square corners, faint foxing on edge. Bright dustjacket has several short mended tears. # E1387. $35.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Schwartz, Richard.   BERKELEY 1900: DAILY LIFE AT THE TURN OF THE CENTURY  
Berkeley, CA: RSB Books, 2000. Reprint. 312 pages. Paperback. 0967820405 0-9678204-0-5. Facsimile newspaper articles and essays tell the life of the community at the turn of the last century. B/w vintage photos.
Fine/Wraps. No wear, no name or marks. # E2517. $8.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Siringo, Chas. A.   HISTORY OF "BILLY THE KID": A FACSIMILE REPRODUCTION  
Austin: Steck-Vaughn, 1967. Reprint. 142 pages. Hardcover. Facsimile edition of Siringo's 1920 paperback on the notorious young outlaw. SixGuns 2028. This edition has an introduction by Charles D. Peavy.
Near Fine/No Jacket. New book from our archives, but has light foxing on the white boards and edges of text block. # B9737. $50.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Siringo, Chas. A.   TWO EVIL ISMS: PINKERTONISM AND ANARCHISM, A FACSIMILE REPRODUCTION  
Austin: Steck-Vaughn, 1967. Reprint. 110 pages. Hardcover. Facsimile edition of Siringo's 1915 paperback diatribe against the Pinkerton's National Detective Agency. This edition has an introduction by Charles D. Peavy detailing Siringo's problems getting it published.
VG/No Jacket. New old stock, but has some light foxing on the white boards and edges of text block. # B9738. $50.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Siringo, Chas. A.   TWO EVIL ISMS: PINKERTONISM AND ANARCHISM, A FACSIMILE REPRODUCTION  
Austin: Steck-Vaughn, 1967. Reprint. 110 pages. Hardcover. Facsimile edition of Siringo's 1915 paperback diatribe against the Pinkerton's National Detective Agency. This edition has an introduction by Charles D. Peavy detailing Siringo's problems getting it published.
Near Fine/No Jacket. New old stock, in publisher's shrinkwrap. # E3937. $50.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Smithers, W.D.   CHRONICLES OF THE BIG BEND A PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMOIR OF LIFE ON THE BORDER  
Austin: Madrona Press, 2001. Reprint. 144 pages. Hardcover. 0876111754 0-87611-175-4. Photo history of the rugged and beautiful land of the Big Bend. B/w photos, indexed. Map endpapers. B/w scenic view on front of dustjacket. Reprint of the 1976 Madrona Press original.
Near Fine/Near Fine. Tight, no wear. Long gift inscription on half-title page. # E3968. $24.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Stacey, Joseph.   ARIZONA HIGHWAYS OCTOBER 1972 VOL. XLVIII NO. 10  
Phoenix, AZ: Arizona Highway Dept, 1972. 48 pages. Paperback. Special issue featuring travel and art in Mexico.
Good+/Wraps. Firm, rubbed on spine. Small tear. Coffee stain back cover, last page. # B7077. $3.50   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Stacey, Joseph.   ARIZONE HIGHWAYS JUNE 1974 VOL. L NO. 6  
Phoenix, AZ: Arizona Highway Dept., 1974. 48 pages. Paperback. Articles featuring the Grand Canyon and Sun City. Stapled magazine. Color and b/w illustrayions on every page.
VG/Wraps. Firm, clean, unmarked. Lightly rubbed on spine edge. # B7075. $4.50   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Stewart, Roy P.   BORN GROWN: AN OKLAHOMA CITY HISTORY  
Oklahoma City: Fidelity Bank, 1975. Reprint. 352 pages. Hardcover. History of the Land Run of 1889, and continuing with the establishment of the city. B/w photos, index. Red cloth-covered boards with bright gilt titles on front and spine.
Fine/No Jacket. Tight, no wear, no marks. # E2661. $9.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Townsend, General E.D.   THE CALIFORNIA DIARY OF GENERAL E.D. TOWNSEND (IN SLIPCASE)  
Ward Ritchie Press, 1970. Reprint. 184 pages. Hardcover. Fine reprint of Townsend's account of his tour of duty from 1851-56 in California and the Columbia River country of the Northwest. B/w sketches. Slipcased, printed on fine stock. Exeptional.
New/No Jacket. New old stock from our archives. # A1494. $27.75   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Venner, Dominique.   FRONTIER PISTOLS AND REVOLVERS: THE WORLD OF ARMS  
Secaucus, NJ: Chartwell Books, 1996. 1st Am. ed. 144 pages. Hardcover. 0785807497 0-7858-0749-7. Large color photos of the classic firearms of the American West, with their histories and special details.
Fine/Near Fine. Solid binding, no name or marks. No wear on book, small corner scuffs on dustjacket. # E0172. $12.50   View This Item  Inquire Now  
W-R Publicity Enterprises, .   DENVER SOCIAL RECORD AND CLUB ANNUAL 1948, 40TH YEAR  
Denver: W-R Publicity Enterprise, 1948. 313 pages. Hardcover. Three paste-in color plates at section heads. Period advertising, names/addresses of local citizens of worth, marriages, deaths, and births. Index to advertisers. Blue boards with gilt titles on front and spine.
VG/No Jacket. Tight binding, owner name and address inside front board, corners and spine ends scuffed. # B9913. $10.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Wallis, Michael.   THE BEST LAND UNDER HEAVEN: THE DONNER PARTY IN THE AGE OF MANIFEST DESTINY  
New York: Liveright Publishing, 2017. 1st ed. 453 pages. Hardcover. 0871407698 0-87140-769-8. Separates fact from fiction to tell the true story of the darkest side of Manifest Destiny. Bibliography and index. First edition.
Near Fine/Near Fine. Clean, tight, no marks. Very little indication of use. # E1368. $23.50   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Walters, Lorenzo D.   TOMBSTONE'S YESTERDAY 1877-1887: TRUE CHRONICLES EARLY ARIZONA  
Glorieta, NM: Rio Grande Press, 1968. Reprint. 318 pages. Hardcover. Rio Grande Press reprint of 1928 original. Thirty-six b/w photos of mostly outlaws and Indians. Map on rear endpaper. There is a small mark on top edge of text-block.
Near Fine/No Jacket. Oold stock from our archives. Navy cloth with gilt titles. # B5226. $55.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Western Humanities Review, .   WESTERN HUMANITIES REVIEW, VOLUME 49 XLIX, NUMBER 3, FALL 1995  
Salt Lake City: Univ. of Utah Press, 1995. 286 pages. Paperback. Short stories, essays, poetry and prose from western writers including Lawrence Birkin, Robert Hahn, Ann Townsend, Michael White & others. This copy SIGNED & INSCRIBED by Nancy Dzina, a contributor.
VG/Wraps. # B3317. $4.75   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Wherry, Joseph H.   INDIAN MASKS & MYTHS OF THE WEST  
New York: Bonanza, 1969. Reprint. 273 pages. Hardcover. Examines Indian myths of Creation, which in many ways are very similar to Western doctrine. 1st Bonanza reprint of Funk & Wagnalls. Lots of b/w photos. ISBN: 0-517-10456-3 in book.
VG/Fair. Dj back rubbed with 2 tears at bottom corners. Clean, tight, unread. # A1523. $6.75   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Wiley, Peter Booth.   A FREE LIBRARY IN THIS CITY: THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY (IN SLIPCASE)  
San Francisco: Weldon Owen, 1996. 1st ed. 240 pages. Hardcover. 187513705X 1-875137-05-X. History of the San Francisco Public Library, and so a history of the city. Illustrated throughout. Index and bibliography. Dark blue cloth-covered boards with bright gilt decoration and title. Pictorial slipcase.
Fine/No Jacket. Book tight, no wear, no name or marks. Slipcase has scuffed corners. # E2518. $14.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Zachary, Hugh.   DOS CABALLOS: AN EVANS NOVEL OF THE WEST  
New York: M. Evans, 1989. 1st ed. 161 pages. Hardcover. 0871315777 0-87131-577-7. 1860's New Mexico story.
Near Fine/Near Fine. Clean, tight, unmarked. Tiny area peeling on Dj, no wear. # B5503. $7.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  

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