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Sierra Stampede Rodeo 2002 official program
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Sierra Stampede Rodeo 2002 official program

3RM Corp, 2002. Magazine. 30p., 8.5x11 inches, event schedule, ads, photos, very good souvenir program booklet in stapled pictorial wraps.

$15.00

1999 Roadrunner Reginal Rodeo souvenir program, Corona Ranch & Rodeo Grounds, Phoenix, AZ, Jan. 15-17, 1999
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1999 Roadrunner Reginal Rodeo souvenir program, Corona Ranch & Rodeo Grounds, Phoenix, AZ, Jan. 15-17, 1999

Phoenix: AGRA/IGRA, 1999. Magazine. [16p] 8.5x11 inches, event schedule, ads, photos, very good souvenir program booklet in stapled pictorial wraps. Opening page dedicates this event to Matthew W. Shepard who was murdered in Wyoming two months earlier.

$15.00

2000 Roadrunner Reginal Rodeo souvenir program, Corona Ranch & Rodeo Grounds, Phoenix, AZ, Jan. 15-17, 1999
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2000 Roadrunner Reginal Rodeo souvenir program, Corona Ranch & Rodeo Grounds, Phoenix, AZ, Jan. 15-17, 1999

Phoenix: AGRA/IGRA, 2000. Magazine. [24p] 8.5x11 inches, event schedule, ads, photos, very good souvenir program booklet in stapled pictorial wraps.

$15.00

IGRA Finals \'96: 10th annual IGRA finals rodeo October 1996 souvenir program, Albuquerque, New Mexico
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IGRA Finals '96: 10th annual IGRA finals rodeo October 1996 souvenir program, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Albuquerque: International Gay Rodeao Association, 1996. Magazine. 32p., 8.5x11 inches, event schedule, photos, history, ads, very good souvenir program in stapled white pictorial wraps.

$15.00

Gunfighter\'s Glory by Burt McLain [sic as per title page]
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Gunfighter's Glory by Burt McLain [sic as per title page]

By McClain, Burt [cover] cover by Cain

Santee, CA: The Blueboy Library, 1976. Paperback. 184p., very good first printing PBO in original camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. Blueboy Library 80011. Cowpokes!

$25.00

Blazing Guns on the Chisholm Trail [filmed as Red River]
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Blazing Guns on the Chisholm Trail [filmed as Red River]

By Chase, Borden [aka Frank Fowler]

New York: Random House, 1948. Hardcover. 216p., true first edition hardbound in dj, good to very good copy measuring 7.5x5 inches, tan cloth boards spine-titled black in an unclipped dust jacket. The book itself is clean, sound, square and lies flat; head and tail are slightly crimped, there's a small discoloration midway of the spine panel, general faint edgewear to extremities (no fray, no turning of corners, no tears), only one mark, the ownership signature of one Lee Silva, datelined July 16 1948 and hand-printed small on the pastedown. Dust jacket is quite presentable, there are neat clear-tape strengthenings to verso, strips which while still holding well and applied dexterously do overlap onto recto, especially onto the back-panel portrait of author. There are several tiny marginal chips (only one draws the eye, this is atop spine rim). Ergo, a good to very good copy, into which has been laid a leaf from the pocketbook edition, its "cast of characters" leaf; it is acidic and has toned adjacent copyright and dedication pages of the hardbound. The ownership might well have been the Lee Silva, lounge singer &c who also acted in cowboy media. He was born a little too late to have been cast in Red River. Chase's novel was scooped up immediately and he worked on the filmscript: he was Frank Fowler to his parents, to Chicago gangsters in his wheelman days, and to the readers of his first novel "Sand Hog," not a western. Mr Fowler took his first name from milk and his last from the bank.

$2000.00

Douglas Kent Hall-- A Borderless Vision. Photographs 1966-1996. March 18-April 26, 1997
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Douglas Kent Hall-- A Borderless Vision. Photographs 1966-1996. March 18-April 26, 1997

By Strong, Charles, curator; essay by Mag Dimond

Belmont CA: Wiegand Gallery, College of Notre Dame, 1997. Paperback. Fifteen or so fullpage b&w photographs minimally captioned and facing blanks, cover photo in wellreproduced sepia. Softbound in oblong 8.5x11 inch white wraps. Slight signs of handling to cover and edges, no ownerships only a seller's shadowy numerals on titlepage corner; nice copy. Caveat emptor: this is Arbusland.

$15.00

We Pointed Them North; Recollections of a Cowpuncher. Edited by Ron Tyler
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We Pointed Them North; Recollections of a Cowpuncher. Edited by Ron Tyler

By Abbott, E.C. "Teddy Blue", and Helena Huntington Smith. Ron Tyler, editor

Chicago: R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company, 1991. Hardcover. lxx, 378, plus publisher's ads through 385p.; illustrated as in earlier editions with additional images, several in color, and a good little map in colors. Small hardbound in the usual neat Lakeside format, 6.8x4.2 inch brown cloth boards gilt, top edge gilded, clean, sound, unmarked, faintest signs of any age or handling, a near-fine copy. The Lakeside Press.

$20.00

Brokeback Mountain
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Brokeback Mountain

By Proulx, Annie

New York: Scribner's, 2005. Paperback. 55p., 4.25x7.75 inches, previous owner pasted in artwork on first blank and title pages otherwise good first Scribner's trade paperback edition, photographic pictorial wraps featuring the film stars.

$10.00

Two Californians: Fred Ludekens, Stanley Galli, Palm Springs Desert Museum, November 1, 1978 through December 10, 1978
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Two Californians: Fred Ludekens, Stanley Galli, Palm Springs Desert Museum, November 1, 1978 through December 10, 1978

Palm Springs: Palm Springs Desert Museum, 1978. unpaginated, 8.5x10 inches, preface, bios, b&w and color reproductions of artwork throughout, white glossy wraps. First blank is inscribed and signed by Galli, as "Stan;" this same leaf is slightly foxed. Cover and foredge are a little soiled with handling, but a sound copy, no impact on exhibit photography which appear well-reproduced. Ludekens and Galli have a remarkably similar eye and interest, in particular the rather macho life-as-lived (in fuzzy chaps) of even "mission indian" cowboys, their families and companions.

$25.00

Drummer: America\'s mag for the macho male: #50; Way Out West super cowboy supplement
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Drummer: America's mag for the macho male: #50; Way Out West super cowboy supplement

By Rowberry, John W., editor, Larry Townsend, Jason Klein, Tom of Finland, Fledermaus, Matt, Bill Ward, Aaron Travis, Etienne, et al.

San Francisco: Alternate Pub, 1981. Magazine. 88p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, explicit b&w and color photos and art of SM, Bondage and Rough Trade/Leathermen, stories, news, reviews, very good erotic men's magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Mucho cowpoking! A lot of cowboy art by Matt, Etienne and Tom et al.

$25.00

Halfway Years, The collected letters of Jeannette Judson Torrance from her ranch in Halfway, Oregon, 1971-2000
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Halfway Years, The collected letters of Jeannette Judson Torrance from her ranch in Halfway, Oregon, 1971-2000

By Torrance, Ama, editor

Berkeley: Inkworks Press, 2013. Paperback. 207p., snapshot photoillustrations and two maps in color, plus b&w sketches; softbound in 9x6 wraparound color-photo wraps. Absolutely clean and sound, it must be very dull.

$15.00

Bay Area Regional Rodeo programs 1993-1995 [three programs]
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Bay Area Regional Rodeo programs 1993-1995 [three programs]

San Francisco: Golden State Gay Rodeo Association, Bay Area Chapter, 1995. Magazine. Three issues of the program, various pagination, 8.5x11 inches, program, event calendar, photos, ads, resources, very good souvenir magazines in stapled pictorial wraps.

$30.00

Saddle hunk
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Saddle hunk

By Maston, Raymond

No. Hollywood: Arena Pub, 1984. Paperback. 186p., very good first edition PBO in original camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. Power Force Series PF-124. Cowpokes!

$20.00

Brokeback Mountain
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Brokeback Mountain

By Proulx, Annie

London: The Fourth Estate, 1998. Paperback. 58p., 5x7.5 inches, fine first separate UK edition of the story, slim trade paperback in orange and black pictorial wraps.

$12.00

Stock raising in the Northwest 1884: \
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Stock raising in the Northwest 1884: "Notes recueillies sur les elevages d'Animaux dans les Etats de l'Ouest de l'Amerique du Nord

By Weiss, G., translated by Brayer, Herbert O., decorations by David T. Vernon

Evanston: The Branding Iron press, 1951. Hardcover. xii, 24p., 5.5x7.5 inches, historical note, decorations, tables, limited edition of 500 copies designed and printed by Philip Reed of Chicago, this copy marked Review Copy in red ink, personal inscription signed "Garnet & Herb" slightly-sunned green quarter-cloth backing and gilt over decorative boards, good condition.

$40.00

Durango; Filmografia, 1954-1999
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Durango; Filmografia, 1954-1999

By Tejada Andrade, Alberto

Durango: Gobierno del Estado de Durango Turismo y Cinematografia, 2000. Paperback. 111p., 6x10 inches, text in Spanish, semi-coated paperstock throughout featuring one film per page (The Wild Bunch gets two) each with a b&w production still, a small b&w reproduction of the Mexican theatre poster, and basic personnel, very good paperback in pictorial wraps.

$20.00

Bunkhouse: the international magazine of the Western-leather scene; vol. 1, #5: Lone Ranger returns!
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Bunkhouse: the international magazine of the Western-leather scene; vol. 1, #5: Lone Ranger returns!

By Shaw, Mel & Richard D. Littlejohn, editors, Zeus et al.

New York: Master Publications, 1981. Magazine. 80p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, lightly-worn gay men's magazine illustrated with color and b&w explicit nude photos and art, stories, persona ads, stapled color pictorial wraps. Cover and portfolio of Mickey Squires by Zeus.

$25.00

Bunkhouse: the international magazine of the Western-leather scene; vol. 1, #2: La Tourneaux unwrapped!
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Bunkhouse: the international magazine of the Western-leather scene; vol. 1, #2: La Tourneaux unwrapped!

By Shaw, Mel & Richard D. Littlejohn, editors, Zeus et al.

New York: Master Publications, 1980. Magazine. 80p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, lightly-worn gay men's magazine illustrated with color and b&w explicit nude photos and art, stories, persona ads, stapled color pictorial wraps. Two-page appreciation of Harold's birthday present "Cowboy" in "Boys in the Band" 13 years after the film and five years before his death related to AIDS. Two photos, one wearing a Bunkhouse T-Shirt and another singing in a cabaret wearing nought but a jocjk-strap and hard hat.

$30.00

Where the deer and the cantaloupe play; a novel
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Where the deer and the cantaloupe play; a novel

By Bethancourt, T. Ernesto

San Diego: Oak Tree Publications, 1981. 132p., first printing, dj, jacket a bit edgeworn, a very good copy. Novel for teens about Hispanic cowboys. Puerto Rican author.

$25.00

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