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53 Original Photographs of the Chattanooga Environs.

HAASIS, Paul & Laura [photographers]

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Chattanoga, TN, ca. 1950. Fifty-three original photographs ranging in size from 3 x 4 inches to 14 x 11 inches but with the large majority of them being of the larger size. An interesting selection of local photographs, from paddle-wheels to alligators. All silver gelatin. Very good contrast and condition. Paul W. Haasis was born around in 1898 in Florida but soon became a citizen of Chattanooga. As we cannot find him in any list of professional photographers we can presume that photography was his avocation. He entered four of his photographs to the competition of the Photographic Society of America, Pictorial Division. He seems to have favored a Rolleiflex and developed his own negatives. His entry sheets are included with this lot. He also entered a number of photographs to the local state fair competition and won two first prize ribbons (sheets and ribbons included). Aside from some self portraits the vast majority of the photographs are nature oriented and pictorial in orientation. One is hand-colored ... Read more

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El Paso: Texas Western Press, 1970. First edition. Octavo. Ten Cisneros illustrations. Publisher's quarter brown cloth over green cloth, gilt spine and cover lettering. An excellent copy. Designed by Hertzog and signed by him on the copyright page.

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Denver: Old West Publishing Company, (1973). First revised edition. One of 200 specially bound and numbered copies, signed by the author. Octavo. xiii, [1], 359, [1] pp. Publisher's brown cloth with gilt sie lettering, printed paper cover label with an image of Fitzpatrick, slate endpapers, slipcase with same printed paper cover label. A fine copy. Thomas Fitzpatrick, known as "Broken Hand" and a colleague of Kit Carson, was a trapper and a trailblazer who became the head of the Rocky Mountain Fur Company. With Jedediah Smith, he led a trapper band that discovered South Pass, Wyoming. He shepherded the first two emigrant wagon trains to Oregon, including the Bartleson-Bidwell Party. He was the official guide to John C. Fremont on his longest expedition. He guided Col. Philip Kearny and his Dragoons along the westward trails to impress the Native Americans with their howitzers and swords. Fitzpatrick helped negotiate the Fort Laramie treaty of 1851, at the largest council ever assembled of Native Americans ... Read more

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Layton: Gibbs Smith, (1993). First edition. One of 300 numbered and specially bound copies, signed by the author and with the broadside of Maynard Dixon's poem, "Totem", printed on fine paper by Karla Elling. Oblong quarto. xxvii, [1], 272 pp. Illustrated throughout, many in color. Publisher's full linen with spine lettering in red, Dixon's thunderbird device on front in red, pictorial dust jacket, matching slipcase. A fine copy. Added to this new edition are twenty newly discovered Dixon paintings, along with twelve previously unpublished black-and-white photographs, many of them portraits of Dixon taken by Dorothea Lange.

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(Flagstaff): Northland Publishing, (1997). First edition. One of 500 numbered copies, signed by the author and by 96 of the artists covered in this book (95 actually as Tom Lovell died before he could affix his signature; the book is dedicated to his memory). Oblong quarto. 4 leaves of signatures, xvii, [1], 212, [2] pp. Color plates throughout. Publisher's quarter leather over green cloth, gilt spine lettering, color plate laid down to front cover, slipcase with gilt lettering. A very good copy. With small biographies of all the artists, this title has become a useful reference.

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(Flagstaff): Nothland Publishing, (1996). First edition. Signed by the author, Don Hagerty. Oblong folio. viii, [2], 164 pp. Numerous color illustrations of Ed Mell's work throughout. Publisher's blue cloth with black spine and cover lettering, colorful pictorial dust jacket. A near fine copy.

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Brussells: La Societe des Bollandistes, 1882-1995. First edition. Octavos. Volumes 1-83 in full gray [publisher's?] cloth; Volumes 83-113 in publisher's printed wrappers. A few inoffensive institutional stamps but no library markings. A very good set indeed. Includes the Table Generale des Articles Publies en 80 Ans 1882-1961 (1962) and Inventaire Hagiographique des Tomes (1983). "Among the many current periodicals in the world, very few can claim such an authority, that even the oldest issues keep all their usefulness one century after their publication. That is however the case for Analecta Bollandiana, a journal of critical hagiography, edited and published since 1882 by the SociŽtŽ des Bollandistes in Brussels. Since the very beginning, the journal was conceived as a continuous updating of the prestigious Acta Sanctorum series, as well as an entirely new instrument devoted to hagiographical research. Every issue contains both critical editions of hagiographical texts (Greek, Latin, Oriental...), and ... Read more

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San Francisco: The San Franciscan, 1886. First edition. Small octavo. 63, [1] pp. Publisher's pebble-grain green cloth with gilt cover lettering. Very minr edge wear. A very good copy. Contributors include Mr. & Mrs. J. C. Lemmon, H. W. Harkness, Hermann Behr and E.F. Lorquin.

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Fort Worth: Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, [1963]. First edition ('Special Edition Published for the Appaloosa Horse Club, Inc., Moscow, Idaho'). Quarto. xii, 103, [1] pp. Profusely illustrated. Publisher's brown cloth with gilt spine lettering, dust jacket (fine but for a ick on the upper rear). Prospectus laid in. A very clean and very handsome copy.

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San Francisco: Paul Elder, 1905. First edition. Square octavo. 91, [1] pp. French-fold. Attractive frontispiece and each page with a decorative border featuring angels and bats. Publisher's hard wrappers with attached green dust jacket with lettering and design in gilt. Some erosion to head of spine but overall a very good copy. With such indecipherable gems as: "The woman who makes flannel shirts for the Hottentots is very apt to have a husband in her own home whose shirts need mending."

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Austin: Madrona Press, (1973). First edition. One of 200 specially bound copies signed by the author. Octavo. 65, [1], [1, colophon], [1] pp. DeYong sketches on nearly every recto. Publisher's quarter black cloth over brown cloth, original mylar. An excellent copy.

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The Alamo Mission Bell.

HALEY, J. Evetts

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Austin: Encino Press, 1974. First edition. One of 250 signed and numbered copies. This copy additionally inscribed by Haley on the limitation page. Octavo. 30 pp. illustrated. Publisher's quarter rawhide over brown cloth, spne with embossed lettering, printed paper spine label, matching slipcase. A near fine copy.

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San Angelo, TX: San Angelo Standard-Times, 1952. San Angelo edition, limited to 185 copies, of which this is number 152 (numbered bookmark laid in). Signed by printers Carl Hertzog and Houston Harte, additionally inscribed and signed by J. Evetts Haley to Dr. E. L. Barker. Octavo. [12], 352, [2] pp. Illustrated by H. D. Bugbee. Publisher's terra-cotta cloth with gilt spine lettering, pictorial endpapers, top edge red. Some small specks to fore-edge but a very good copy with a fine inscription by Haley. The definitive history of West Texas.

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Yosemite: The Author, 1921. First edition. Twelvemo. 127, [1] pp. With fold-out maps at front and back and tables and charts throughout. Publisher's stiff brown wrappers, lettered and decorated in black. Bit of soiling and general wear but a very good copy overall. Inscribed and dated (Fresno 1930) by Hall on front blank.

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Yosemite: The Author, 1921. First edition. Twelvemo. 127, [1] pp. With fold-out maps at front and back and tables and charts throughout. Publisher's stiff brown wrappers, lettered and decorated in black. Bit of soiling and general wear but a very good copy overall. Inscribed by Hall to Nicholas Roosevelt on the front blank. Nicholas Roosevelt was an American diplomat and journalist. A member of the Roosevelt family and first-cousin once removed of U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt. The inscription is dated 1928 and Nicholas Roosevelt visited Yosemite in that year.

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Washington: Government Printing Office, 1879. First edition. Quarto. Complete with two engraved portraits, numerous full page plates and 12 maps including the folding map backed on linen in the rear pocket. Publisher's red cloth with gilt spine lettering, gilt arctic motif on front. Rear cover with rippling, old tidemark through lower margin of second half (not affecting folding map). pencil-thin crack to lower front hinge. A complete copy in the publisher's binding, albeit somewhat beat (although the folding map is in excellent condition). From the library of Henry W. Tewksbury (with his bookplate and signature), a prominent Vermont attorney and lecturer, who is chiefly remembered as a survivor of the great train wreck of 1887. He survived but barely, having had his arms and legs broken. "On Saturday February 5, 1887, the worst railroad accident in Vermont history occurred at the town of Hartford. An express train to Montreal jumped the rails and plunged over a gorge into the ice-laden White River. More th ... Read more

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Phoenix: Arizona Republican Print Shop, 1924. First edition. Inscribed by the author. Octavo. [10, 250, [2] pp. Publisher's ochre cloth with spine and cover lettering in dark brown. Small and old reddish spot to lower front corner and minor indentation to spine. Else a sturdy and attractive copy.

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Los Angeles: Western Publishing Co., 1908. First edition. Octavo. The Sharlot Hall article comprises pp. 2-27 and with numerous photographic illustrations. Publisher's pictorial wrappers. Very good. Seems to be botanically oriented.

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Grffin, GA: J. F. Thompson, 1911. First edition. Octavo. 32 pp, Illustrated from photographs. Publisher's printed gray wrappers, front cover with Union and Confederate flags in red, white and blue. Old and mild rippling to top margin. A very handsome copy. "Sam Davis is "The Boy Hero of the Confederacy." He wasn't a boy (he was 21 and battle-scarred) and although a combat veteran of several years of Civil War fighting, that's not where he became a hero. Injuries forced him into a less confrontational wartime role as a spy behind the Yankee lines -- and then he was caught, court-martialed, and hanged on a hill overlooking Pulaski on November 27, 1863" (Sam David Museum).

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Berkeley: Friends of the Bancroft Library, [1949]. One of 500 copies printed by the Grabhorn Press. Large octavo. [x]. 79, [1] pp.With the map of San Diego in the text and the Disturnell map of the US and Mexico (folded as issued) laid into a separate decorative paper portfolio. Publisher's quarter off-white cloth over pattern-paper boards, printed paper spine label. An excellent copy. The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo is the peace treaty, largely dictated by the United States to the interim government of a militarily occupied Mexico, that ended the Mexican-American War (1846Ð1848). The treaty provided for the Mexican Cession, in which Mexico ceded 525,000 square miles to the United States in exchange for $15 million and the ensured safety of pre-existing property rights of Mexican citizens in the transferred territories, the latter of which the United States in a significant number of cases failed to honor.

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