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44 Range Country Books Topped Out by J. Frank Dobie in 1941 & 44 More Range Country Books Topped out by Jeff Dykes in 1971

By Dobie, J. Frank and Jeff Dykes.

Austin: Encino Press, 1972. First ed. Hardcover. VERY GOOD. One of 1,000 copies desgined by William Wittliff, brown endpapers, printed in two-tone brown and black. Foreword by Jeff Dykes explains how the book came about with interesting biographical material on J. Frank Dobie. Spine fade all else fine selaed in publisher's celophane. WHALEY 88

$20.00

SEQUOYAH OF EARTH & INTELLECT

By Kilpatrick, Jack Frederick

Austin: Encino Press, 1965. Limited Edition. VERY GOOD IN VERY GOOD SLIPCASE. #330 of 550 copies SIGNED by the author in the original Cherokee alphabet invented by Sequoyah. Small 4to purple cloth with two color pictorical label on cover in matching slipcase. Foxing to cloth and paper labels. "One of a few men who invented an alphabet, he came to the SW and lived to see the majority of his people become literate." From the introduction. WHALEY 12 - William Wittliff and the Encino Press.

$25.00

A CHRISTMAS TREE. With Drawings by Ancel Nunn

By Greene, A. C.

Austin: Encino Press, 1973. First Edition. Hardcover. FINE/fine. Two page color frontispiece and title page by Nunn plus 8 additional full page drawings on green panels. Color paste-down on front cover, cloth backed green boards. Design by William Wittliff. Sticker residue on free front endpaper in glassine dj. WHALEY 101 - This story under the title The Perfect Christmas appeared in the December 1973 issue of McCall's.

$20.00

BOB MORE

By Dobie, J. Frank

No place: Private, 1941. First Separate Printing. Pamphlet. VERY GOOD. Reproduced from Southwest Review, 23pp., printed extended cream wraps with light wrinkling. Together witha age toned soil hand-addressed envelope to Mrs. Frank Moore and Miss Stella Murchison, printed return annotated Mr. & Mrs. from Austin, Texas. Robert Lee More was born at Decatur, Texas, 1873 and after 27 energetic growing years in this community he entered the employment of D. Waggoner and Son and moved to Vernon, Texas. Under Bob More's managership, Three D gasoline, from the Waggoner refinery at Electra, became as well known as the same brand on Waggoner cattle. He was responsible for the Waggoner Pipe Line Copany- and he went on studying birds and collecting bird eggs. In 1925 he wrote to another collector of bird eggs, "I have been collecting for 37 years and am just as enthusiastic as when I started." Interesting history later expanded into an Encino Press book.

$125.00

J. FRANK DOBIE, THE MAKINGS OF AN AMPLE MIND.

By Tinkle, Lon

Austin: Encino Press, 1968. First Edition. Hardcover. FINE/very good. SIGNED, Limited edition #20 of 850 copies, SIGNED by publisher William Wittliff with presentation to former owner, very good slipcase. WHALEY 39. DRD 3456.

$65.00

THE HORSE WRANGLER & HIS REMUDA.

By Adams, Ramon.

Austin: Encino Press, 1971. Limited Edition. Hardcover. FINE in Original Mylar Dust Jacket. SIGNED #247 of 850, 51pp., photographs by William Wittliff, which became part of his photographic essay on the vaquero. Old bookplate illus. by Charles M. Russell. WHALEY 73.

$35.00

SAN ANTONIO: A HISTORICAL PORTRAIT.

By Davis, John L.

Austin: Encino Press, 1978. First Edition. Hardcover . VERY GOOD/good. 183pp., 135 historic photos, bibliography, designed by William Wittliff, oblong folio, photographic gold dj, gold endpapers, beige printed cloth. WHALEY 154

$15.00

"Kickapoo Pamphlets, newspaper clippings, correspondence, publicity photos, herbal recipes, etc."
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"Kickapoo Pamphlets, newspaper clippings, correspondence, publicity photos, herbal recipes, etc."

By Latorre, Dolores.

Author, 1974. papers . VERY GOOD. Includes unbound printing of her article "How to Have, Hold, or Free Oneself of a Lover," Pamphlet "Plants Used by the Mexican Kickapoo Indians" reprinted from Economic Botany, 1977, SIGNED correspondence four signed letters, one from Mexico, newspaper clippings regarding her and her husbands work among the Kickapoo Indians at El Nacimiento, 8x10 glossy b/w photograph of both authors. 15 items. Mrs. Latorre was born in Spain, her husband was a native of Chile, they were internationally recognized ethnologists. They lived in a restored historic home in Austin. Their books include The Mexican Kickapoo Indians researched while they lived in Musquiz from 1960 - 1972, it was published by the University of Texas Press in 1976. They also wrote a book on Cooking and Curing with Mexican Herbs published by the Encino Press in 1977. This interesting collection was from the estate of Ella K. Dagget Stumpf, long time resident and preservationist of San Antonio history.

$75.00

THAT TERRIBLE NIGHT SANTA GOT LOST IN THE WOODS.

By King, Larry L.

Austin: Encino, 1981. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine in mylar dj as issued. SIGNED by author and illustrator. Illus. by Patrick Oliphant, 29pp., oblong 4to green cloth backed boards in publisher's plain mylar dj. WHALEY 160.

$20.00

IN A NARROW GRAVE. Essays on Texas

By McMurtry, Larry.

Austin: Encino Press, 1968. reprint. FINE IN FINE DJ. SIGNED "Larry" on the free front endsheet, tan endpapers, 4th printing with the letter C on c.r. page. Price unclipped grey DJ in mylar. Tan marbled paper boards.Newspaper clipping with author's photo "Native Son Scans State's Culture" by Lon Tinkle, extracted from Dec. 8, 1968 Dallas Morning News. A lengthy review. "Though what follows is not a single essay, it is, I believe, continuous. My vision of existence is based almost entirely upon a prolonged scrutiny of West Texas and is probably too dry and flat...the attitude in the following pages belongs to me, not to my subject." - From the author's preface. WHALEY 38. Nice to have this classic in such fine condition as well as signed.

$200.00

HUNTERS & HEALERS: FOLKLORE TYPES & TOPICS.

By Hudson, Wilson, Edited by.

Austin: Encino Press, 1971. First Edition. Hardcover. FINE/very good. 71pp., index, dj. TFLS Pub. No. XXXV. BASIC 203 XXXV. DJ foxed.

$15.00

WILLIAM D. WITTLIFF AND THE ENCINO PRESS, A BIBLIOGRAPHY.

By Whaley Jr., Gould, Compiler.

Dallas: Still Point Press, 1989. First Edition. Hardcover. FINE. 1 of 500 copies, 29 illus., 160pp. With publisher's book promotional laid-in. Describes more than 300 books and selected ephemera designed and printed by William Wittliff; whose work includes the screenplay for LONESOME DOVE, TENDER MERCIES, & RAGGEDY MAN.

$50.00

PEASE PORRIDGE HOT.

By [CULINARY]. Hart, Katherine, Annotated by.

Austin1967: Encino Press. First Edition. Hardcover. FINE/fine. Recipes, Household Hints & Home Remedies of the Pease Family.SIGNED by Katherine Hart on half title page. Illus. with reproductions of recipes, and advertisements for kitchen items. Tipped-in facsimile of a program from 1895, 55pp., designed by William Wittliff at the Encino Press. Orange cloth backed boards, matching orange slipcase. Waterloo Book published by Encino Press for Friends of Austin Public Library. Some pages unopened. WHALEY 30 -"First edition of 1,000 copies sold out." This collection of recipes, home remedies, and personal descriptions of the times was gathered from the papers of Elisha Marshall Pease, Governor of Texas, 1853 - 1857, and his family and includes Governor's Pease's account of the first party given in the Governor's Mansion. Not seen in slipcase previously.

$35.00

44 Range Country Books Topped Out by J. Frank Dobie in 1941 & 44 More Range Country Books Topped out by Jeff Dykes in 1971

By Dobie, J. Frank and Jeff Dykes.

Austin: Encino Press, 1972. First ed. Hardcover. FINE with mylar DJ as issued. One of 1,000 copies desgined by William Wittliff, brown endpapers, printed in two-tone brown and black. Foreword by Jeff Dykes explains how the book came about with interesting biographical material on J. Frank Dobie. WHALEY 88

$30.00

44 Range Country Books Topped Out by J. Frank Dobie in 1941 & 44 More Range Country Books Topped out by Jeff Dykes in 1971

By Dobie, J. Frank and Jeff Dykes.

Austin: Encino Press, 1972. First Edition. Hardcover. FINE/fine. SIGNED by Jeff Dykes on the half title page. One of 1,000 copies desgined by William Wittliff, brown endpapers, printed in sepia and black. Foreword by Jeff Dykes explains how the book came about with interesting biographical material on J. Frank Dobie. Fine plain mylar dust jacket. WHALEY 88.

$40.00

GUN-TOTERS I Have Known.

By Sims, Judge Orland L.

Austin: Encino Press, 1967. First Edition. Hardcover. FINE. #339 of 750. Introduction by Joe B. Frantz, photos include Company B, Texas rangers, camped on the San Saba, 1896, 57pp. and a colophon. Original clear mylar cj is torn/taped. Usual bunch of outlaws led by Laura Bullion, Rose of the Hole in the Wall. WHALEY 28

$30.00

BOB MORE, Man and Bird Man.

By Dobie, J. Frank.

Dallas, TX: Encino Press, 1965. 1st limited edition. Hardcover. Fine in Fine slipcase. Designed by William Wittliff, #489 of 550, slipcase with pictorial printed label. Bound in a beautiful shade of adobe cloth with two color paper title label fixed to upper board in brown paper slipcase with matching paper title label, tan endpapers, two color printing thru-out. Lowman- PRINTING ARTS. McVicker D29. WHALEY 8. DRD 485. Wittliff's first book with Encino Press imprint. TIL Award in design for 1965.

$90.00

CARL SANDBURG & SAINT PETER AT THE GATE.

By Dobie, J. Frank

Austin: Encino Press, 1966. First Edition. GOOD. X-LIBRARY, withdrawn stamp. LTD ED of 700 for sale, 3part title page designed by Wittliff, in memory of J. Frank Dobie, lacks slipcase. Bertha Dobie called this little book "exquisite" and Sandburg's daughter was delighted with its publication. WHALEY 15.

$10.00

J. FRANK DOBIE, THE MAKINGS OF AN AMPLE MIND.

By Tinkle, Lon

Austin: Encino Press, 1968. First Edition, SIGNED. Hardcover. Fine in near Fine Slipcase. limited edition #104 of 850 copies, SIGNED, very good slipcase. Errata note from the publisher laid-in. WHALEY 39. DRD 3456.

$50.00

MYTHS & FOLKTALES OF THE ALABAMA COUSHATTA INDIANS OF TEXAS.

By [NATIVE AMERICANS]. Martin, Howard N.

Austin: Encino Press, 1977. 1st edition. Hardcover. Fine in Fine DJ/fine. 114pp., index, bib., 46 stories collected from older tribe members in the 1930's. WHALEY 149

$10.00

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