Fort Worth: TCU Press, 1983. 1st ed. [Stated].. Hardcover. VG/No Jacket. 323 pages. B/w photos and color and b/w drawings illustrate the legends and historical material. The author has interwoven Kiowa tribal myths with factual text to give a background for the tales. Footnotes, bibliography, and index. Collection and publication of this material was approved by the Kiowa Tribal Council. Black cloth-covered boards with red title on spine, blind-stamp title on front. VG/No Jacket. New copies with small publisher's stamp on front endpaper, minor scuffing at corners and spine ends. No dustjacket. Item #: E0615.
Fort Worth: TCU Press, 2001. 1st ed. . Paperback. Near Fine/Wraps. 429 pages. 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. Item #: E0694.
College Station: Texas A & M, 2003. New Edition. . Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. 252 pages. Fine retrospective on one of Texas' best artists. B/w & color plates show his work which varies from his distinctive western murals to his experiences in World War II. A memorial edition with new afterword by Becky Duval Reese. Near Fine/Near Fine. Has publisher's 'design / production copy' stamped on page edge. Dj in protective mylar sleeve. Item #: E0690.
Fort Worth: Texas Christian Univ., 2011. Paperback. Near Fine/Wraps. 137 pages. 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. Item #: E0697.
Austin: State House Press, 2007. Reprint. . Paperback. Near Fine/Wraps. 192 pages. B/w photos and drawings illustrate Robinson's description of all aspects of the hunt & the hunters, Indians to aristocrats. Near Fine/Wraps. Unsold copies with small pubisher's stamp on front endpaper, else Fine. Item #: E0644.
Fort Worth: Texas Christian Univ., 2007. Reprint. . Hardcover. Near Fine/Fine. 173 pages. Beginning with drawings & woodcuts, and continuing with over 260 b/w photos, this book tells the story of life at the Pass from early man to 1970. B/w photos. Signed by the author on the half-title page. Near Fine/Fine. Small publisher's stamp on front endpaper and top edge, else Fine. Dj in protective mylar sleeve. Item #: E0627.
Moab, UT: Times-Indepentent, 2015. 1st ed. . Paperback. Fine/Wraps. 30 pages. Eight stories about the history of Moab, Grand County, Utah, from the ElkMountain Mission in 1855 to the Uranium Boom of the 1950s with b/w historical photos. Stapled pamphlet. Fine/Wraps. No wear, no marks. Item #: E0162.
Secaucus, NJ: Chartwell Books, 1996. 1st Am. ed. . Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine. 144 pages. 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. Dj in protective mylar sleeve. Item #: E0172.
Denver: W-R Publicity Enterprise, 1948. Hardcover. VG/No Jacket. 313 pages. 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. Item #: B9913.
Fort Worth: Texas Christian Univ., 1969. Paperback. Near Fine/Wraps. 63 pages. Story of Fred Harvey, Southwestern entrepreneur, hotelier and developer of railroad inns, home of the famous "Harvey Girls." # 6 in TCU's History and Culture Monographs. b/w photos. Near Fine/Wraps. No marks, no wear. Small bump at spine foot. Spine and edges tanned. Item #: A0757.
New York: Knickerbocker Press, 1999. Reprint. . Paperback. VG/Wraps. 112 pages. 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. Item #: B9755.
Los Angeles: Dawson's Book Shop, 1955. Hardcover. Fine/No Jacket. 72 pages. 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. Item #: B9746.
Austin: Steck-Vaughn, 1967. Reprint. . Hardcover. Near Fine/No Jacket. 142 pages. 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. Item #: B9737.
Austin: Steck-Vaughn, 1967. Reprint. . Hardcover. VG/No Jacket. 110 pages. 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. Item #: B9738.
Los Angeles: Brininstool, 1923. Limited ed. . Paperback. X-Lib Fair/Wraps. 15 pages. This is number 135 of 250 copies privately printed. Includes authenticity statement from Poe. The pamphlet was bound into hardcover for the Rosenberg Library. Black cloth covered boards with red leather title block on front containing brighr gilt title. B/w photos of Poe, Pat Garrett, and Billy the Kid. X-Lib Fair/Wraps. Water stain throughout. Owner bookplate, library pocket and library marks. Pamphlet cover nearly detatched. Item #: B9577.
Garden City: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1901. 1st ed. . Hardcover. Good+/No Jacket. 652 pages. Norris' saga about California wheat farmers and their conflict with the monopolstic railroads which held them and this basic commodity ransom. 1st edition, first issue, with the colophon of the Press of J.J. Little on the copyright page. Good+/No Jacket. Covers have light edgewear, spine ends softened. Item #: B9366.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1978. Reprint. . Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. 308 pages. Horse trader deluxe Ben Green tells of his days practicing veterinary medicine in West Texas. Pencil sketches by Lorence Bjorklund. Stated first. Near Fine/Near Fine. Tight, square, unmarked. Dustjacket is price clipped. Dj in protective mylar sleeve. Item #: B8281.
Austin: Morrison, 1965. 1st ed. . Hardcover. Fine/No Jacket. 40 pages. 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. Item #: B9569.
Sioux Falls, SD: Brevet Press, 1974. Hardcover. Fine/VG. Newspaper accounts and personal memoirs tell the story of Custer's 1874 expedition to the Black Hills. Fine/VG. Book remains sealed in publisher's shrinkwrap, so never read. Two small areas of damage to shrinkwrap along top edge of front board have permitted tiny nick at dustjacket spine and tear/chip on edge. Dj in protective mylar sleeve. Item #: B9554.
New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1929. Reprint. . Hardcover. VG/No Jacket. 294 pages. True stories of chasing train robbers in the West in the late 19th century. B/w photos. Blue cloth-covered boards with black tiles. VG/No Jacket. Firm binding, no name or marks. Spine is tanned. Corners sharp, spine tips softened. Item #: B9485.