File - Books On The West



File - Books On The West
1. Abbott, Geoffrey. RACK, ROPE AND RED-HOT PINCERS A History of Torture and it's Instruments. Brockhampton,
London, 1993, 1993. First Edition. Pictorial glossy hardbound. 243pp. Illust. Chronology. Index. Bibliography. "the gruesome history
of torture, restraint and punishment from the days of the Normans to the late nineteenth century." The author was Yeoman Warder of
HM Tower of London. Fine in dj. (#5011058)
2. Abbott, George; Frank Loesser; George Balanchine. WHERE'S CHARLIE Souvenir Program; starring Ray Bolger. NYC: Al
Greenstone, 1948. First Edition. Presumably the first edition. Pink quarto illustrated wraps in pink with white & blue lettering.
Illustrated in b/w with bluish tint. 16pp. fos at top of cover. Dances were staged by George Balanchine. Vg+. (#5008107)
3. Abella, Irving; Millar, David (Editors). THE CANADIAN WORKER IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. Toronto: Oxford
University Press, 1978. 1st Canadian Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 310pp. Bibliographical Note. Front cover corner creased,
but vg. (#SHEL575)
4. Abernathy, John R. CATCH 'EM ALIVE JACK The Life and Adventures of an American Pioneer. NY: Association Press,
1936. First Edition. Cloth with gilt-stamped spine. 224pp. Illustrated with photos. Modern owner's signature & date on ffep.
Abernathy's autobiography encompassing his many years on the Oklahoma frontier, where he was for a while U.S. Marshal in
Oklahoma Territory. He was noted for catching wolves by roping them & impressed his friend, Teddy Roosevelt, with his skill. Front
hinge was once cracked & has been re-glued. Else fine; no dj. Herd 3, 6-guns 3. (#1011002)
Oklahoma City: Times-Journal Pub. Co., 1933. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial cloth. 279pp. Photo illustrations, mainly portraits
of well-known frontier/early Oklahomans. Abernathy was originally a Texas cattleman, but moved to Oklahoma & became a U. S.
Marshal in 1910. He was friends with his appointer, Pres. Teddy Roosevelt. An important Oklahoma & territorial autobiography.
Clean copy, vg condition. Slight wear to extremities. No bookplates or signatures. Very scarce. Rader15, Herd 4, 6-guns 4.
6. Abert, Lt. J. W. (Galvin, John: Edit). WESTERN AMERICA IN 1846 - 1847. The Original Travel Diary of .. Abert who
mapped New Mexico for the United States Army. S. F.: John Howell, 1966. Limited First Edition. Ltd to 3,000 copies. Pictorial
folio cloth. 116pp. Beautifully illustrated in color from Abert's sketchbook. Appendices. Glossary. References. Index. Two large
folding maps. Fine. No dj as issued. W-C 143, Graff 5, Howes A11, SFT 3. (#1412001) $27.51
7. Abrahall, Frances (Ed.). CLUB WOMEN OF NEW YORK 1933 - 1934. NY: Club Women of New York Company, 1933. First
Thus. 1st printing of this edition. Gilt-decorated red cloth. 291pp. Illustrated with ads. Frontispiece is a lovely b/w portrait of Eleanor
Roosevelt (Mrs. Frankly D. Roosevelt), who wrote the Preface or greeting. Beginning on p155 is an exhaustive directory of members.
At the end is a Directory of Advertisers. & a photo of Women's University Club on 106 East 52nd St. The front paste down bears the
small custom bookplate of Terry Turner. There are quite a number of pencil check marks in the book. Else very good. The back cover
has an applied color litho advertising Chesterfield cigarettes, a well-dress young woman who says, "I really don't know if I should
smoke..." etc. There is a scratch near one edge of it. A scarce issue. (#SHEL622)
8. Acito, Marc. HOW I PAID FOR COLLEGE: A Tale of Sex, Theft, Friendship and Musical Theatre (Signed). NY:
Broadway Book, 2004. ARC. Advance Reading Copy. Colorful wraps with the avocado green covers. 328pp. Signed by Acito, with
words, "Be Splendid" on title page. Acito stamped some copies with reference to his Wallingford High School English Dept, as he did
this one. Fine copy. (#5002039) $10.00
9. Adam, Christina. LOVE AND COUNTRY. Little Brown, Boston, (2003), 2003. ARC. Publishers advance. 4to pictorial, plastic
bound wraps. 265pp one side. Publisher's letter bound in. A novel based in Idaho. Fine, as new. (#0508001ARC) $6.56
10. Adams, Ansel, with Alinder, Mary Street. ANSEL ADAMS An Autobiography. Little, Brown & New York Graphic Society,
Boston, 1985, 1985. First Edition. 4to cloth. 400pp. Stunning photos by Adams. A great book. Fine, as new in dj. (#8810002a)
11. Adams, Ansel. POLAROID LAND PHOTOGRAPHY MANUEL A Technical Handbook. NY: Morgan & Moran, 1963.
First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 192pp. Index. Illus (partly with Adams' photos). Owner's ink name stamp on ffep & rear e.p..
Bookseller's label on rear paste down. Else fine in dj with 1" x 1.5" scrape on upper right of front panel (as if price sticker torn off). A
few very short edge tears to dj. (a few very short/tiny edge tears & a short mark on upper right of front panel. (#SHEL463) $19.04
12. Adams, Ansel. POLAROID LAND PHOTOGRAPHY MANUEL A Technical Handbook (Signed). NY: Morgan & Moran,
1963. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 192pp. Index. Illus (partly with Adams' photos). Neatly signed by Adams on t-p (title page).
Laid in is Adam's booklet (not signed), Polacolor Film (color pictorial wraps; 15pp) which came with the book. On rear paste down is
bookseller's label, "Best's Studio Yosemite Valley", with acorn vignette. Best's has represented Adams' work since 1902. Fine in vg+
dj (a few very short/tiny edge tears & a short mark on upper right of front panel. This Adams' title quite scarce signed. (#1204001)
13. Adams, Ansel). James Sloan. ORIGINAL SIGNED PORTRAIT OF ANSEL ADAMS. Redlands: Jim Sloan, 1968.
Photographic Image. Not a book. Original black & white portrait of the great American photographer Ansel Adams with original
presentation signature by Adams, dated 11-11-68 and taken by Redlands, California, photographer, Jim (James) Sloan, to whom the
portrait is inscribed with narrow black felt pen. Image size 7 1/8" x 9 1/16". This photo was professionally applied by the Perma
Plaque Company to wooden plaque board & lightly coated with an impervious solution. The Perma Plaque Company has long been
famous for preserving valuable objects. Since the taking of the photo (and presumably the placing of it on the board soon thereafter)
and during the many years your seller has owned the photo, there is no visible evidence of any discoloration or degradation to the
photo. Board size: 9 7/8" x 11 7/8". Gold trim. A unique item & a great Adams collectible. This portrait of Adams appear (without the
presentation) on page 64 in Sloan's book, More Faces + Faces, published in 1970. A copy of that book, inscribed by Sloan, comes with
this original photograph. (#0208002)
14. Adams, E. Lee. THE STRIPPER. Privately Published, n.p., 1954, 1954. First Edition. Gilt-stamped cloth. 379pp. Gift
inscription on front paste down. Frontispiece portrait of Adams on his horse. "A fictitional (sic) portrayal of the opening, settlement,
and development of the Cherokee Strip", but based largely on the author's own experiences & those of people he knew. He was,
among other things, newspaper editor in Augusta, Okla, & filed on a homestead near Buffalo, Okla.. Cover corners slightly bumped,
else fine in chipped dj. (#0711006) $40.50
15. Adams, Eugene H. et. al. THE PIONEER WESTERN BANK FIRST OF DENVER: 1860-1980. Denver, 1984., 1984. First
Edition. Attractive 4to gilt & blind-stamped hardbound. 219pp. Illustrated with lots of good, old Colorado photos as well as color &
b/w ones of old currency & coin. Quality book. No dj as issued. (#9705003)
16. Adams, Ramon F. & Early West. THE RAMON F. ADAMS COLLECTION Catalogs 1,2,3. College Station: Creative
Publishing, 1979. First Edition. 1st printings. Pictorial wraps. 87pp, 83pp, 65pp. Illus. Three catalogs listing for sale the collection of
the famous Western bibliographer of gunfighter/lawmen & range country books. Adams' collection was offered for sale in 1979, 1980,
& 1981. Three page intro on Adams by Robert Stephens, & a statement by Mrs. Adams. Mr. Adams died in 1976. In years previously,
Adams sold other collections; this was his last. A great source for reference & research. Near fine. Scarce set. (#1602002) $57.50
17. Adams, Ramon F. THE COWMAN SAYS IT SALTY. Tucson: U of Arizona, 1971. First Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped
cloth. 163pp. Illustrated with drawings by Donahue. A book on the "picturesque speech of the cowboy..." Fine in near fine dj (tiny
chip or two). (#1402002) $18.51
18. Adams, Ramon F. A FITTING DEATH FOR BILLY THE KID (Signed). Norman: OU, 1960. First Edition. 1st printing.
310pp. Illus. Index. 2 line inscription & then signed by Adams to no one in particular. From Adams' Prologue: "Surely it is time we
learned the truth about Billy the Kid." Fine in dj. 6-guns 9. (#1402003) $69.53
19. Adams, Ramon F. THE LEGENDARY WEST. Dallas: Library of the DeGolyer Foundation & Friends of the Dallas Public
Library, 1985. First Edition. Colorful decorated glossy wraps. (64pp). Illus. A useful reference booklet describing 47 rare Western
books exhibited at the library. Slight nick at top affecting a few leaf edges, else fine. (#1302001) $13.51
20. Adams, Ramon F. THE OLD - TIME COWHAND. Macmillan, NY, 1961, 1961. Limited/Numbered. Ltd to 350 copies.
Pictorial cloth. 354pp. Illustrated with drawings by the incomparable Nick Eggenhofer. Signed & both Adams & Eggenhofer. One of
the great modern treatments of the subject. Fine in original labeled slipcase which has a couple of marks & bit of fading. Dykes 50
p134. (#0805001)
21. Adams, Ramon F. THE RAMPAGING HERD A Bibliography of Books and Pamphlets on Men and Events in the Cattle
Country. OU, Norman, 1959, 1959. First Edition. Cloth. 462pp. Several title-page illustrations. Index. Former owner's name, date, &
price he paid written in red ink on the ffep. An indispensable bibliography for range books up to publication date. Even after almost
fifty years the outstanding work for collectors of the subject. 2,651 entries. Fine in dj with slight wear. The dj has on the underneath
side a list of OU books in the Civilization of the American Indian Series, a few of which the former owner also checkmarked in red.
Reese 4. (#0711009)
22. Adams, Ramon F. THE RAMPAGING HERD A Bibliography of Books and Pamphlets on Men and Events in the Cattle
Country. Zubal, Cleveland, 1982, 1982. Reprint. Cloth. 463pp. Several title-page illustrations. Index. An indispensable bibliography
for range books up to publication date. The outstanding work for collectors of the subject. 2,651 entries. Fine, like new in dj. Reese 4.
23. Adams, Ramon F. THE RAMPAGING HERD A Bibliography of Books and Pamphlets on Men and Events in the Cattle
Industry. Norman, 1959., 1959. First Edition. Cloth. 463pp. Essential information on 2,651 entries. An indispensable bibliography.
Fine in very slightly worn dj. Reese 4, Dykes 50 p8. (#9005007)
24. Adams, Ramon F. SIX - GUNS AND SADDLE LEATHER A Bibliography of Books and Pamphlets on Western Outlaws
and Gunmen. Cleveland: Zubal, 1982. Reprint. Fine reprint edition, Revised & Expanded. Cloth. 808pp. Introduction.
Acknowledgements, extensive, to both editions. Index. This is one of the all-time set-the-standard bibliographies of Western books.
2491 entries. Fine, like new in dj. (#SHEL813)
25. Adams, Ramon F. SIX-GUNS AND SADDLE LEATHER A Bibliography of Books and Pamphlets on Western Outlaws
and Gunmen. Norman: OU, 1969. First Thus. New Edition, Revised & Greatly Enlarged. Cloth. 808pp. Index. 2,491 items. Fine in dj
with faded backstop (typical for red jackets). (#1011003)
26. Adams, Ramon F. WESTERN SPEECH AND WESTERN STORIES. Stillwater: Indian Territory Posse The Westerners,
1972. Limited First Edition. Unstated ltd to 500 copies. Pictorial wraps. 14pp. Illus. Fine. Scarce. (#1408004)
27. Adams, Ramon. WESTERN WORDS A Dictionary of the American West. Norman: OU, 1968. Revised Edition. 1st printing
of Revised & Enlarged edition. 355pp. Includes Intro to the 1st edition which was much smaller in scope. Thousands of words
explained from abajador to zorrillas. Fine in vg dj with closed 1" tear bottom of front panel. Herd 14, Dobie p95. (#1602001) $20.12
28. Addiego, John. Islands of Divine Music (Signed). Denver: Unbridled Books, 2008. ARC. Uncorrected Proof. Trade pictorial
glossy wraps. 241pp. Signed & dated by Addiego. A first novel. "Five generations of an immigrant family journey through the new
world in a sometimes bewildering and often surprising search to discover both who they are and where they belong." Fine, like new.
(#5022039ARC) $20.25
29. Addison and Steele. THE SPECTATOR IN LONDON Essays by Addison and Steele. Macmillan, NY, 1896, 1896. First
Thus. 1st American edition. Beautifully gilt decorated blue cloth. a.e.g. 323pp. Illustrations by Ralph Cleaver. "Of the six hundred and
thirty-five papers contained in the Spectator,none are nearly so well known as those which tell of Sir Roger de Coverley..." Bottom of
spine worn; minor wear to other extremities. Good+. Scarce. (#5003027)
30. Agatha, Sister M. TEXAS PROSE WRITINGS A Reader's Digest. Dallas: Banks, Upshaw, 1936. First Edition. Gilt-stamped
cloth. 168pp. Illust. Label of W.C. Stripling Co., Ft. Worth on front pastedown. Any bibliographical reference library of Texas books
should have this book, still of interest & value. Two parts: Fact & Fiction. Wear to extremities, slight split to spine top. Good. Dobie
p25, cf Jenkin's praise in BTB p595. (#9705006)
OF THE WEST. Chicago: M. A. Donohue & Co, 1900. Reprint. Early, circa 1900 reprints of 3 titles. Pictorial wraps. Burrow:
194pp, near fine condition. James Boys 248pp, first few leaves separated, covers slightly chipped. Younger Bros: 273pp, back cover
chipped & separating. In homemade slipcase. (#1506002)
32. Agriculture, U. S. Dept. of). WATER -- YEARBOOK OF AGRICULTURE 1955. Wash. D.C., 1948, 1948. First Edition.
Pictorial cloth (drawing of Bossie against watery background). 751pp. Illust. Dozens of chapters, including one by Charles M. Russell
authority, Frederic Renner. Near fine. (#8902004) $5.41
33. Ahlborn, Richard E. (Ed.). MAN MADE MOBILE Early Saddles of Western North America. Wash. D. C.: Smithsonian,
1980. First Edition. 4to pictorial wraps. 147pp. Thoroughly illustrated with b/w photos, prints, & drawings. An important & much
sought history & reference of the subject. Fine, LIKE NEW. (#SHEL845)
34. Aidan, Pamela. DUTY AND DESIRE: A Novel of Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman (Signed). NY: Touchstone Books, 2006.
First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 280pp. Signed & dated by author. A take-off on the Jane Austen novel, Pride and Prejudice.
Near fine. (#SHEL679) $8.55
35. Aikens, Andrew J. & Proctor, Lewis A. MEN OF PROGRESS. WISCONSIN. A Selected List of Biographical Sketches and
Portraits of the LEADERS IN BUSINESS, PROFESSIONAL AND OFFICIAL LIFE. Together With Short Notes on the
History and Character of Wisconsin. Evening Wisconsin Company, Milwaukee, 1897, 1897. First Edition. 1st edition. Gilt-stamped
& decorative blind-stamped quarto with gilt-stamped new leather spine. 640pp. Illustrated with approx. 2 3/4" x 3/ 1/2" half-tone
portraits. Index of approximately 475 men. Original marbled endpapers. All edges gilt. pp. 9-15 on Wisconsin history, the rest
extensive biographical information. A fatherlode of information on Wisconsin men over 100 years ago. Near fine. Quite rare.
36. Ainsworth, Ed. THE COWBOY IN ART. World, Cleveland, 1969, 1969. 2nd printing. Gilt-stamped 4to cloth. 242pp. Nicely
illustrated in color & b/w. Index. Foreword by John Wayne. A well-respected and written survey. Material on Oklahoma included.
Fine in very slightly worn pc dj. (#0711425)
37. ALABAMA). BAYLEY'S MENU, Theodore, Alabama. Theodore AL: Bayley's, 1960. Paper. Circa 1960 tri-fold menu in tan
& brown. Bayley's, near Bellingrath Gardens. Has map. Along with clean, folded Bayley's paper place mat. In printed Bayley's
envelope with couple of ink notes on it & #29 in felt ink. (#5015037) $10.00
38. Alamo, The); Atkinson's Saturday Evening Post. HORRIBLE BUTCHERY Highly Important from Texas, etc. Phila:
Atkinson's, 1836. First Thus. Original, April 16, 1836 issue of the newspaper. Large folio (19" x @26", opens to double that), 4pp.
One unrelated illus. Many ads. Page 2 includes about four-fifths column which leads with the attack on Bexar & primarily reports on
the defeat at the Alamo. It reports the deaths of Crockett, Bowie, & Travis. Second part of the column is credited to New Orleans
Bulletin & has reports that Bowie & Travis killed themselves. A letter from Sam Houston to J. W. Fanning, Jr., "Commanding at
Goliad", is printed. This paper on the masthead bills itself as "A Family Newspaper, Devoted to Literature, Science, Morality, News,
Agriculture, and Amusement." This original copy in remarkably good condition with minor split at a couple of folds & short edge
tears on second leaf. Very little foxing. A rare Alamo related item. (#1506003) $209.30
39. Alamo, The). Denny Morrison, et. al. A NEWS RELEASE JOHN WAYNE'S "THE ALAMO." NY & Beverly Hills: Russell
Birdwell, 1960. First Edition. 4to pictorial wraps. 184pp. Illustrated with full page half-tone b/w prints of the actors & sets/on location
from the filming of the movie, & other promotional portraits & photos. Ink stamp & label from Edmunds Bookshop, Hollywood.
fos/date inside front cover. This item is a typed, reproduced, & bound copy of an elaborate promotional for the famous movie starring
John Wayne, Richard Widmark, Lawrence Harvey, Richard Boone, Chill Wills, Joan O'Brian, Ken Curtis, Frankie Avalon, et. al . It
includes lists of cast, characters, & film makers, & has chapters on the Alamo's historical background, data on the heroes (including a
complete roster of those who died & where they were from), women of the Alamo, preparation for filming, vignettes about the cast,
author of the screenplay, & more. It also includes "John Wayne's Salute to Texas," & "John Ford's Tribute to 'The Alamo.'" The
photos alone make this a desirable book, & include such exposures as The Duke (Producer & Director) behind a camera calling for
"Action!" A well-used copy with cover creases, moderate corner staining to last few pages, & last 30pp of text with upper corner
bump/crease. A good, tight copy & quite scarce. (#9705007) $147.62
40. Alaska). ALASKAN BOUNDARY TRIBUNAL Proceedings of the (Tribunal) Convened at London Volumes I &
Appendix. Wash D. C.: Gov't Printing Office, 1904. First Edition. 1st printing. 1/2 leather & marbled boards & endpapers. 97pp +
106pp + 550pp. Senate Documents Vol. 15, 58th Congress, Second Session. A wealth of information. Library stamps on edges. Board
nearly detached; just holding. Fair. (#1408005)
41. Alaska). ALASKAN EARTHQUAKE PICTORIAL. Color Art Printing Co., Anchorage, 1964, 1964. First Edition. Quarto b/w
with color outline wraps. 47pp. Illustrated with b/w photos. Map. Vg+. (#0611005b)
Cook Inlet Hist. Soc., Anchorage, 1980, 1980. First Edition. Oblong pictorial wraps. 219pp. Illust. Index. Sections: I: Exploration and
Captain Cook. II: Other Explorers. III: Exploration and the Alaskan Native. A great publication full of scholarly information. Lower
front corner creased, else vg. (#0611006) $14.76
43. Alaska). ALASKA HIGHWAY DIRECTORY. n. p., Alaska Highway Travel Bureau, ca 1947, 1947. First Thus. Tall brown
pictorial wraps. 49pp. One inside photo (Construction, 1942). Lots of ads. Ink name on lower front cover, with "Dawson Creek B.C.".
Accommodation & mileage chart. Interesting printed vignettes. Lightly soiled. Vg. Scarce. (#0611004)
44. Alberta) Schutz, Fred. PAS-KA-POO An Early History of Rimbey and the Upper Blindman Valley. Rimbey Record,
Rimbey, 1962, 1962. First Edition. Wraps with map covers. 195pp. Illustrated with drawings & vintage photos. Appendix. Info on the
early explorers, artists, missionaries, Indians, & lots of contemporary material. Rimbey is just NW of Red Deer. Some fading to covers
& light soiling/staining to back cover. Scarce. (#0811021)
45. Alberta). Hamilton, Dorothy I. ALBERTA FOLKLORE AND LOCAL HISTORY COLLECTION (Signed). Univ. of
Alberta, Edmonton, 1966, 1966. First Edition. 4to pictorial wraps. 33pp. Illustrated with vintage photos, prints, & drawings. Map.
Signed by Hamilton, the Rare Books & Archives Librarian of the Univ. of Alberta Library. "Special Issue, Vol. 2, No. 1, March,
1966". This useful item includes one page, "Important Events in the History of Alberta". /Remainder of the book is "News from the
Rare Book Room" & is essentially an extensive listing of its archives, including rare pamphlets & books dealing with the fur trade,
Klondike gold rush, cattle trade, pioneer life, etc.. It includes references to the legendary black cattleman, John Ware, Rev. George
McDougall,the Ogopogo of the North Saskatchewan River (sorry, Okanagan Ogopogo, you're not exclusive), & much more. The wellknown & highly esteemed Wisconsin writer & folklorist, Robert E. Gard, prior to his Wisconsin years took up the directorship of the
Alberta Folklore & Local History project in 1943. Several pages are devoted to its growth under his leadership. The front cover has
some old waterstain marks which discolors a few places; else very good reference copy. Very scarce. (#0408003) $32.80
46. Albritton, Claude C., Jr., Arthur Richards, Arnold L. Brokaw, John A. Reinemund. Geological Controls of Lead and Zinc
Deposits in Goodsprings (Yellow Pine) District, Nevada. USGS, Wash. D. C., 1954, 1954. First Edition. Gray printed wraps.
111pp. Index. Maps. Tables. This booklet, bulletin 1010, has geological information on the mines in the district, "Study of ore deposits
and descriptions of the mines." Front cover with some wrinkles. Good+. ALONG WITH the called for accompanying portfolio of 30
folding maps -- some large -- of the mines of the district. All in fine condition. The plain gray box for the maps is faded & is split &
taped along one edge at the top. Scarce. (#AV4.010) $47.83
47. Alcala, Kathleen. THE DESERT REMEMBERS MY NAME On Family and Writing. Univ of Arizona, Tucson, 2007, 2007.
First Edition. 1st printing. Trade pictorial wraps. 204pp. Signed & dated by Alcala soon after publication. "lyrical and entirely
absorbing personal essays by the esteemed Chicana writer adn gifted storyteller..." Fine, like new. (#5007053)
48. Alexander, Alma. WORLDWEAVERS Spellspam (Signed). New York: Eos, 2008. First Edition. 437 pp. Signed & dated by
Alexander shortly after publication. "What do you get when ordinary e-mail spam becomes infused with magic? Spellspam -- and it's
not supposed to exist." Fine, like new in dj. (#5022013)
49. Alexander, Bob. FEARLESS DAVE ALLISON: Border Lawman. Silver City: High Lonesome Books, 2003. First Thus. 1st
printing of soft cover edition. Pictorial wraps. 285pp. Illus. Endnotes. Bibliography. Index. Fine. (#1408006)
50. Alexander, Bob. JOHN H. BEHAN Sacrificed Sheriff. Silver City: High Lonesome Books, 2002. First Thus. 1st trade paper
edition. Pictorial wraps. 307pp. Illust. Bibliography. Index. Intro by Paula Mitchell Marks. "This is the Western lawman that everyone
has heard of but no one knows" --- until now. Fine. (#1011004)
51. Alexander, Bryan & Cherry. THE INUIT HUNTERS OF THE NORTH. U.K.: Bramley, 1988. First Thus. Folio cloth. 160pp.
Descriptive & stunning color photos of the Inuit, with a focus on their hunting routines & routes. Fine in dj. (#0811022)
52. Alexander, David V. ARIZONA FRONTIER MILITARY PLACE NAMES. Las Cruces: Yucca Tree Press, 2002. Revised
Edition. Revised Edition. Trade pictorial wraps. 176pp. Illust. Maps. Notes. Bibliography Index. Owner's address label on half-title.
Somewhat scarce. (#0909006)
ACROSS THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS. Richmond, B. C.: Alcuin Society, 1973. Limited/Numbered. Copy #364 of 500 in giltstamped oblong cloth. 32pp. Beautifully designed & with a couple of pen & ink illustrations. Endpaper maps. On verso is glued the
finely-printed bookmark paper slip of Burnaby Village Museum. Alexander traveled to the gold fields of British Columbia in 1862.
When my wife & I were first married & living in Vancouver, we played frisbee by the Hastings sawmill, the store of which he ran.
Fine. No dj (as issued?). Whale 17. (#1412002)
54. Alexie, Sherman. THE LONE RANGER AND TONTO FISTFIGHT IN HEAVEN A Novel (Signed). NY: Atlantic Monthly
Pr, 1993. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 223pp. "For E_____ Sherman Alexie 9/18/93". Fine in dj. (#1408007) $35.02
55. Alexie, Sherman. RESERVATION BLUES A Novel. NY: Atlantic Monthly Pr, 1995. First Edition. Hardbound. 306pp. Fine in
dj. (#1408008) $15.01
56. Alexie, Sherman. Craig Lesley. Naomi Miller Stokes. TELLING THE NATIVE AMERICAN STORY. Hayden Lake, ID:
Convention Recording & Sound, 1995. Ephemera. Not a book. Original tape recording (approx. 60 min.) of the three above authors
taken during a panel discussion at the PNBA (Pacific Northwest Booksellers' Assoc.) in Bellevue, WA. They were discussing how
authentically writers can write about Native Americans. Alexie is typically witty & critical of whites writing about Indians. Leslie is a
highly respected writer in the Northwest. Stokes had just published The Tree People. The tape has been played once. (#0903003)
57. Allen, A. A. SONGS OF VICTORY Salvation - Holy Ghost - Healing TENT REVIVALS. Allen, Dallas, ca 1950s, 1950.
First Thus. Small 8vo stapled, pictorial wraps. Unpaginated. 61 hymns (sometimes more than one on a page) plus ads for Allen's other
religion, healing, and power-over-the-devil books. Born Asa Alonzo Allen, the revivalist was led to his own ministry through
attending an Oral Roberts revival in 1949. He passed away in 1970 and was buried at Miracle Valley, Arizona. Info from various
websites on Allen. A little rubbing & staining on the front cover. About very good. Scarce. ca 1950s. (#5017051) $20.25
58. Allen, Douglas. FREDERIC ALLEN AND THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR. NY: Crown, 1971. First Edition. 1st
printing. 4to cloth. 178pp. Frontispiece in color, otherwise illustrated in b/w. Index. Fine in near fine, pc dj. (#1307001)
59. Allen, Lucy Ellis. LITERARY HAUNTS IN LONDON. Newton: Privately Printed, 1923. First Edition. 1st printing. Paper over
boards with label. 43pp. Light pencil fos/year on ffep. Moderate rubbing to corners. Vg. No dj. (#5001019) $8.50
NEBRASKA AND GREAT SALT LAKE CITY. Denver: Privately Published, 1953. Limited/Numbered. Copy 189 of 500. Printed
wraps. 68pp. 11th facsimile title in 1859 Pike's Peak Guidebook Series. Original was published in 1859. Editor's information page
folds out. Map was never issued according to sources. Fine in original wood grain paper box/slipcase with some staining to box.
Scarce. WCB 317. Howes A154. (#SHEL774)
61. Allen, Opal Sweazea. NARCISSA WHITMAN An Historical Biography (Signed). Portland: Binfords & Mort, 1959. First
Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 325pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Endpaper maps. Signed by Allen. Fine in very slightly worn, pc dj.
62. Allen, T. D. NAVAHOS HAVE FIVE FINGERS. OU, Norman, 1963, 1963. First Edition. Cloth. 249pp. Bibliography. Index.
The author really is "authors", as T. D. stands for Terry & Don, who have signed this copy. They lived & served at the Ganado
Mission beginning in 1955. Ink place of purchase & year on lower ffep (Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1964). Bookseller's label on front
paste down, the famous Villagra Book Shop, Santa Fe. Fine in slightly worn dj. Scarce. (#0606002)
63. Allison, Janet S. TRIAL AND TRIUMPH 101 Years in North Central Montana. (Signed). Chinook, 1968., 1968. First
Edition. Pictorial wraps. 211pp. Illustrated with simple drawings. Signed by Allison. Published by the North Central Montana
Cowbelles. Covers stained. Text vg. (#9705009)
64. Allodi, Mary. PRINTMAKING IN CANADA The Earliest Views and Portraits. Toronto: Royal Ontario Museum, 1980. 2nd
printing. 4to glossy pictorial wraps. 244pp. Illus. References. Selected Reading. Index. Fine. (#SHEL627) $8.55
65. Allred, Wayne. YES, EVEN YOU CAN BE A COUNTRY PERSON. Willow Tree, Roy (Utah), 1996, 1996. 2nd Edition. 2nd
edition. Pictorial wraps. 124pp. Inscribed & dated by Allred to your bookseller, "be careful when microwaving dynamite." Country &
cowboy humor. Fine. Scarce signed. (#0811023)
66. Alvord, Clarence Walworth. THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY IN BRITISH POLITICS. Clark, Cleveland, 1917, 1917. First
Edition. 1st edition. Two volumes blue buckram with gilt-stamped spines. 358pp + 396pp. Maps. Special Bibliography. General
Bibliography. Index. Subtitled: "A Study of the Trade, Land Speculation, and Experiments in Imperialism Culminating in the
American Revolution". Ex-library. Several pages in the index portion of vol. II have been repaired. The brittleness of the upper & side
margins on those pages resulted in broken pieces which have been very carefully & skillfully reattached with thin, professional-use
archival tape. The set is in good, tight, useful condition for reference & reading. Rader 135, Howes A195. (#0508002)
67. Ambrose, Stephen E. & Abell, Sam. LEWIS & CLARK Voyage of Discovery. Washington DC: National Geographic, 1998.
First Edition. Oblong silver-stamped 4to cloth. 254pp. Great illustrations & maps. Index. Fine in dj with 2 1/2" closed tear to front
panel. (#0408004)
68. Ambrose, Stephen E. Jr. UNDAUNTED COURAGE: Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, and the Opening of the
American West. Simon & Schuster, NY, 1996, 1996. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 511pp. Illust. Maps. Notes
Bibliography. Index. This is the true 1st edition/1st printing with all necessary points. Bottom fore cover corners bumped. Small bump
to top edge of front cover. Else fine in unclipped dj with a couple of small creases at the bottom. (#0811024)
69. American Art Association and Anderson Galleries, Inc. FIRST EDITIONS AUTOGRAPHS AND MANUSCRIPTS. NY:
American Art Assoc and Anderson Galleries, 1934. First Thus. Pictorial wraps, 8vo. 239pp. Facsimiles. Sale catalog for April 4 & 5,
1934. From the library of Mr. & Mrs. William K. Bixby. This catalog included George Washington's copy of Robertson's The History
of the Reign of Charles V. Front cover with exposed / shadowed edges & some stains, else vg reference copy. (#5023029) $20.25
70. American Cowboy). AMERICAN COWBOY PREMIER ISSUE. Wichita: WEB, 1994. First Edition. 4to pictorial wraps.
104pp. Illust. A good-looking cowboy magazine. Articles referencing Wyatt Earp, cowboy clothing, furniture, rodeo, cowboy poetry,
etc. Fine copy; mailing label. Out-of-print. (#0903006)
71. American Guide Series. NEVADA The Silver State. Portland: Binfords & Mort, 1940. First Edition. 1st printing in called-for
gilt-stamped textured cloth. 315pp. Illus. Supplementary Reading List. Index. Maps. Large folding map in rear pocket. Near fine in
moderately worn, very slightly chipped dj. The dj is the first state dj with Pres. Roosevelt proclamation. Very scarce thus. Scharf: The
American Guide Series #348. (#1602003) $143.75
72. American Indians, California). THE INDIAN REPORTER The Newspaper of the Southern California Indian (2 issues of
Vol 5). Southern California: Indian Reporter, 1968. First Thus. Newspaper. 1st printings. Stapled mimeographed sheets. 10pp each.
Volume 5. The 2 issues we have are numbers 1 & 6. News of local interest in S. California regarding American Indians. Vg. Very,
very scarce. (#MISSION021)
73. American Indians, California). THE INDIAN REPORTER The Newspaper of the Southern California Indian (3 issues of
Vol 4). Southern California: Indian Reporter, 1967. First Thus. Newspaper. 1st printings. Stapled mimeographed sheets. 10pp each.
Volume 4. The 3 issues we have are numbers 3,6,7. News of local interest in S. California regarding American Indians. Vg. Very,
very scarce. (#MISSION020)
74. American Indians, California). THE INDIAN REPORTER The Newspaper of the Southern California Indian (6 issues of
Vol 1). Southern California: Indian Reporter, 1962. First Thus. Newspaper. 1st printings. Folded or staple mimeographed sheets. 4pp
to 10pp. Volume 1 ran 1962 to 1964. The six issues we have are numbers 1, 6, 9, 10, 11, 13. News of local interest in S. California
regarding American Indians. Condition: Issue #1 good, but chipped at the edges. Other issues vg. Some underlining at least in issue 1.
Very, very scarce. (#MISSION018)
75. American Indians, California). THE INDIAN REPORTER The Newspaper of the Southern California Indian (6 issues of
Vol II). Southern California: Indian Reporter, 1965. First Thus. Newspaper. 1st printings. Stapled mimeographed sheets. 8pp to 10pp.
Volume II ran 1965 - 1966. The six issues we have are numbers 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9. News of local interest in S. California regarding
American Indians. Vg. Very, very scarce. (#MISSION019) $75.00
76. American Literary Association and Prince, Clara, Editor. CONTEMPORARY POETS OF WISCONSIN Centennial
Collection. Wauwatosa, 1948., 1948. First Edition. Printed orange wraps. 40pp. Quite faded borders of front cover, else fine.
77. American Newspaper Dictionary. AMERICAN NEWSPAPER DICTIONARY (Issued Quarterly) Thirty-First Year, 1899.
Geo. P. Rowell & Co., NY, 1899, 1899. First Thus. Gilt-decorated & stamped cloth with gilt seal of the publisher on front cover.
1,424pp.. Several pages of advertising throughout. Page maps of the states and territories. Part I: "Gazetteer and Catalogue of
Newspapers by States" (this includes circulation info on each paper). Part II: "Catalogue of Newspapers Accorded a Circulation of
1,000 and Upwards". Part III: "Sunday Newspapers Accorded a Circulation of 1,000 and Upwards". Part IV: "Class Publications
Accorded a Circulation of 1,000 and Upwards". Part V: "New Newspapers". The title page continues by saying, "A description of all
the newspapers and periodicals published in the United States and territories, Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland, adn of the
towns and cities in which they are published." Oh, my goodness, what an incredible resource! Hinges are broken. Covers well
attached, but in need of repair. Very scarce. (#AV1.014)
78. American West Magazine & Texas State Hist. Assoc. THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS. Palo Alto, 1968., 1968. First Edition. 4to
pictorial cloth. 80pp. Illustrated with maps, photos, paintings, etc. Near fine, no dj, as issued. (#9711004) $8.20
79. Amon Carter Museum. WESTERN AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY The First 100 Years. Phoenix: Phoenix Art Museum,
1987. First Edition. 4to pictorial glossy wraps. 14pp. Illust. 13 selections from the Carter Museum with accompanying text. Exhibition
checklist of 73 items. Near fine. Scarce. (#0903008) $24.30
80. Amon Carter. AMON CARTER MUSEUM An Introduction. Fort Worth: Amon Carter Museum, 1982. First Edition. 1st
edition. Pictorial wraps. 63pp. Illust. Introduces the Remington/Russell & other collections. Rubbing to front cover, else fine. Scarce.
81. Amon Carter). INAUGURAL EXHIBITION Amon Carter Museum of Western Art. Ft. Worth: Amon Carter Museum, 1961.
First Edition. 4to blue wraps. Unpag. Illustrated with "Selected Works Frederic Remington and Charles Marion Russell."
Reproductions mainly b/w, but some in color. C. R. Smith wrote an Intro about Carter. One page bios of Remington & Russell. Fine in
faded dj. (#1011006)
82. Anders, Gigi. Men May Come Little Pink Raincoat : Life and Love in and Out of My Wardrobe. Rayo, 2007. ARC.
Uncorrected Proof. Pink pictorial wraps. 258pp. The author "relates her obsessions with clothing and men through ten vignettes.. Sidesplitting and sharply observed..." Fine, like new. (#5004050ARC)
NEVADA. Dept of the Interior, USGS, Wash. DC, 1973, 1973. First Edition. 4to printed gray wraps. 18pp. Illust. Plate/map in back
pocket. Fos on front cover. Near fine. (#AV1.004) $11.96
84. Anderson, Beatrice M. LOVINGLY, CARRIE. Marion IN: Wesley Press, 1983. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps.
154pp. Illus. Memoirs of homesteading near Willard, Montana, in the early 1900s. Vg. (#1412003)
85. Anderson, Eva (Mrs. Rufus Woods, Collaborator). ROUND THE WORLD (Signed). n.p.: Privately Published, 1962. First
Edition. Pictorial 4to wraps. 128pp. Illus. Warm inscription on front cover by Anderson to C. C. Simpson. Also signed Mrs. Woods
("Mary"), Anderson's sister. Anderson, the author of the classic biography of Chief Seattle, had her 1962 world travels published from
place to place in a newspaper (Wenatchee?), and this is a compilation of those interesting articles. "About this Book", "About the
Author", "Tour Party" (32 people, mainly from Washington State, but a few others), "Itinerary" ("1962 Byrne Circle Tour Around The
World"). Binding is stapled and was stapled off center, so fore edges of first one-half of book overlaps the fore edges of the last half.
Else vg. (#SHEL490)
86. Anderson, Eva Greenslit. CHIEF SEATTLE. Caxton, Caldwell, 1943, 1943. First Edition. 1st printing. Beautiful pictorial cloth.
390pp. Illust. Appendix: "Index Indian and Chinook Words". Extensive notes. Bibliography. Index. Endpaper maps. Owner's name
top of title page. The classic biography of Chief Sealth of the Suquamish, after whom Seattle was named. Fine bright copy in dj which
has two sizable chips (1 1/2" angular top of backstrip & long 3/4" angular chip bottom of backstrip & some other chips; medium chips
to lower corners of front panel. Very scarce now in any kind of a dj. Tweney 2. (#0805006)
87. Anderson, Eva. JACOB MILLER Perennial Pioneer (Signed). Wenatchee: Privately Published, 1953. First Thus. Printed
pictorial wraps. 46pp. Illus. Signed by Miller on title page & dated 1953. Reprinted from "files of Wenatchee Daily World." Miller,
age 88 when this booklet was printed, was a leading city & area pioneer & leader. Anderson was a fine regional historian who also
wrote the classic bio of Chief Seattle. Moderate fading to edges. Vg. Very scarce. Not in Smith. (#1302005)
88. Anderson, Frank W. SHERIFFS AND OUTLAWS OF WESTERN CANADA. Frontier, Calgary, 1973, 1973. First Edition.
4to pictorial stapled wraps. 100pp. Illustrated with vintage photos & modern drawings. Maps. Enjoyable & well-researched item by an
authority on the history of Western Canada -- B.C. & Alberta. Light soiling; just a little corner wear. Vg. (#0805007)
89. Anderson, Frank. THE FRANK SLIDE STORY. Aldergrove: Frontier, 1968. Later printing. Pictorial wraps. 60pp. Illus.
Account of the huge 1903 Turtle Mountain landslide at Fernie, British Columbia, near the Crow's Nest Pass. Frontier Book # 1. Price
written on front cover; Vg+. (#1307003)
90. Anderson, Frank. SERGEANT HARRY MORREN Royal North West Mounted Police. Calgary: Frontier, 1977. Later
printing. Pictorial wraps. 56pp. Illus. Morren served the RNWMP beginning about 1911 & was involved in many "dramatic episodes."
Frontier Book No. 21. Near fine. (#1307004)
91. Anderson, Frank). Riley, Dan, & Primrose, Tom, & Dempsey, Hugh. THE LOST LEMON MINE The Greatest Mystery of
the Canadian Rockies. Aldergrove (B.C.): Frontier, Aldergrove, (1968), 1968. Later printing. Pictorial wraps. 40pp. Illust. A booklet
in the Frontier Books Series published by Frank Anderson. Fine. (1968) (#0408011)
92. Anderson, Laurie Halse. CHAINS. NY: Simon & Schuster, 2008. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 316pp. Appendix.
Fine, like new in dj. (#SHEL611) $17.55
93. Anderson, Reed. AMERICAN ETCHERS ABROAD 1880 - 1939. Lawrence: Spencer Museum of Art, Univ of Kansas, 2004.
First Edition. 1st printing. 4to pictorial wraps. 171pp. Illus. Glossary. Exhibition invitation card laid in. This is a superb work. Fine.
Scarce. (#5021045)
94. Anderson, Warren R. OWNING WESTERN HISTORY: A Guide to Collecting Rare Documents, Historical Letters, and
Valuable Autographs from the Old West. Missoula: Mountain Press, 1993. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to cloth. 118pp. Illus. Fine
in dj. (#1402004)
STATISTICS. Washington: Robert Farnham, 1857. First Edition. 1st printing. Hardcover, blind-stamped paper over boards. 215pp +
1p ads. Goodspeed said, "An early Minnesota book and, aside from Government surveys, one of the earliest accounts of Dakota before
its establishment as a territory." Bibliographically noted is that there was apparently a map in a later edition; not in the 1st edit,
although Howes A253 claims one. Wear to top backstrip; minor wear to other extremities. Vg. Very scarce. (#1506004)
96. Andrews, C. L. THE STORY OF ALASKA. Seattle, 1931., 1931. First Edition. Cloth. 258pp. Illust. Part I -- 1728-1867; Part II
-- 1867-1930. Notes, Index. Short chapter on Soapy Smith. Lending library stamp on front paste down. Small ffep residue from checkout slip removal. Spine & borders of covers darkened. Tight & otherwise very good. No dj. 6-guns 57. (#0111003) $16.40
97. Andrews, Ralph W. PICTURE GALLERY PIONEERS. Seattle, 1964., 1964. First Edition. 1st edition. 4to cloth. 192pp.
Profusely illustrated with vintage photos from the 1850s to the 1870s on the West Coast, Great Basin, & Northern Rockies. Fine in dj
(tears to upper/lower spine). Rather scarce in this edition. (#9703006) $19.68
98. Angelo, C. Aubrey. IDAHO A Descriptive Tour. Fairfield: Ye Galleon, 1969. Limited/Numbered. Gilt-stamped orange cloth.
Limited facsimile reprint of the rare 1865 edition, #93 of 459 copies. 52pp + (6). 1 page intro. Ex-library copy, but good. WCB 408,
Howes A277, Smith 251. (#1104001)
99. Angilirq, Paul Apak. ATANARJUAT the Fast Runner: The Fast Runner Inspired by a Traditional Inuit Legend of
Igloolik. Toronto: Coach House Books, 2002. First Thus. 1st printing of the 4to glossy pictorial wraps edition. 240pp. Illus. Text in
Inuit & English. After introductory material, most of book is original screenplay. A powerful film, "the first film written, directed and
acted by Inuit in the ancient oral language of Inuktitut, was an international sensation..." Screenplay is followed by a long section, "An
Ethnographic Commentary - The Legend of Atanarjuat, Inuit and Shamanism," plus other material. Somewhat scarce. Fine.
Record of Startling Adventures In the Gold Mines of Idaho. Minneapolis: Ross & Haines, 1964. First Thus. 1st printing of
facsimile edition. Cloth. 190pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Notes & Bibliography by Jerome Peltier. The original edition, published in
1865, preceded Dimsdale's book largely on the same subject. Fine in dj. 6-guns 131, 150 #4, Howes I1. (#005009b) $11.50
101. Apple Computer. TEN (10) APPLE IIc MANUALS AND GUIDES. Cupertino: Apple. 1st or early editions. Wraps, with four
spiral bound. Appleworks Reference Guide, AppleColor Composite Monitor Owner's Guide, The Apple IIc, Apple IIc Imagewriter
User's Manual, Setting Up Your Apple IIc, System Utilities, Monitor IIc User's Manual, Apple Presents the Apple IIc - An Interactive
Owner's Guide, AppleWorks Tutorial, The Print Shop Reference Manual. Each very good to fine condition. Also, Diskware
Imagewriter Took Kit Printer Utility Program floppy disk. Plus Imagewriter Accessory Kit box. various. (#5023022)
102. Applegate, Shannon. LIVING AMONG HEADSTONES (Signed) Life in a Country Cemetery. Thunder's Mouth, NY,
2005, 2005. ARC. Uncorrected Proof. Pictorial trade wraps. 312pp. Several illustrations, including hand drawn Applegate Pioneer
Cemetery map. Iconography on Headstones, Bibliography. The author "was bequeathed a small pioneer cemetery" in Yoncalla,
Oregon. This is her story of being its caretaker & sexton, "plotting graves, consoling families, and confronting the funeral industry."
She is chair of Oregon's Commission on Historic Cemeteries & is "active in the national cemetery preservation movement." Fine.
103. Appleton, Le Roy H. AMERICAN INDIAN DESIGN & DECORATION. NY, 1971., 1971. Reprint. Unabridged
republication of expensive 1950 book. Pict wraps. Profusely & very descriptively illustrated with b/w drawings & a couple of color
plates. Includes a couple of sections on Central & South A merica. Text block with rather minor crease first 60pps, else vg.
104. Apps, Jerry. BREWERIES OF WISCONSIN. Madison: Univ of Wisconsin Pr, 1992. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 252pp.
Illus., including color plates. Appendices. Index. Fine in dj. (#SHEL788)
105. Apps, Jerry. THE LAND STILL LIVES. (Signed). Privately Printed, Madison, 1970., 1970. First Edition. Cloth. 126pp. Pen
& ink drawings. Inscribed by Apps. "... the moving story of a piece of Central Wisconsin land, and how it affected the lives of the
people who lived upon it." A rural Wisconsin classic. A couple of pencil notes in the text. Fine in dj with small tear at top of backstrip.
Scarce now, especially signed. (#FTR239) $49.21
106. Arbus, Diane). Diane Arbus. HUBERT'S MUSEUM WORK 1958 - 1963. New York: Phillips de Pury & Company, 2008.
First Edition. Pictorial quarto in glossy stiff wraps. Unpag. (68pp.). Illustrated in b/w & sepia (and one color, not by Arbus). Auction
catalogue of a group of Arbus photographs previously unknown until discovered & acquired by bookman Robert Langmuir. The
photos were taken by Arbus in Hubert's Dime Museum on W. 42nd St., just off Times Square. The auction of these works was slated
for 4/8/08, but was canceled shortly before the auction date. This catalogue then became unavailable, & copies are hard to come by.
The story of the photos & the finding of them is given in Gregory Gibson's fine book, Hubert's Freaks. Vg with minor front cover
corner crease & a bit of rubbing on same. Bid form for the auction is laid in. (#1003004) $222.75
107. Arbus, Diane). Gibson, Gregory. HUBERT'S FREAKS (Signed) The Rare-Book Dealer, The Times Square Talker, and
the Lost Photos of Diane Arbus. New York: Harcourt, 2008. First Edition. Cloth. 274 pp. Illus. Selected Bibliography. Signed &
dated by Gibson shortly after publication. A fascinating account of the finding of a group of rare Arbus photographs taken over a
period of time (1958-1963) at Hubert's Dime Museum on W 42nd St., just off Times Square. The principle character in the account is
bookseller & seeker of the rare & unusual, Bob Langmuir. Fine, like new in dj. (#SHEL943)
108. Argon Games). Walburn, Stephen G., and McCredie, Robert J. (designers). SHOOT-OUT Gunfights in the Spirit of the Old
West. Raleigh: Argon, 1980. First Thus. Paper. Not a book. A paper game of Old West gunfighting. 8 sheets / cards / instructions.
Original price sticker on cover. Uses "Character Attributes" names (O.K. Corral folks). Fine. Unused. Interesting ephemera, but does
not replace black powder or the "smoke of a .45". (#1204003) $24.31
109. Arizona. ARIZONA AND ITS HERITAGE. Tucson, 1936., 1936. First Edition. 1st edition. Wraps. 291pp. Illust. Folding
map of Arizona Forty articles by various authors on diverse topics: natural history, cattle industry, mining, etc. Fine. (#9110008b)
110. Arizona) Gallizioli, Steve. DISCOVER ARIZONA WILDLIFE. Arizona Highways, Phoenix, 1979, 1979. First Edition. 4to
color pictorial wraps. 64pp. Illustrated mainly with photos. Bibliography. A nice looking book. Fine. (#0606004) $8.20
111. Arizona) Hait, Pam. DISCOVER ARIZONA CANYONS. Arizona Highways, Phoenix, 1979, 1979. First Edition. 4to color
pictorial wraps. 64pp. Illustrated mainly with photos. Grand Canyon, Glen Canyon, Havasu Canyon, & many more. Fine, as new.
112. Arizona). THE NATIONAL TOMBSTONE EPITAPH The Historical Monthly Journal of the Old West - 1980s (26
issues). Tombstone: Tombstone Epitaph, 1982. First Edition. 26 issues; newspapers. 20pp each. Illus. An incomplete run from May
1982 through June 1985. Missing 7/82, 12/82, 2/83, 9 & 10/83, 6 & 7/84, 9 & 10/84, 1 & 2/85. Normal yellowing, but in vg condition
without brittleness. A wealth of articles on almost every subject of the Old West. (#1506005)
113. Arizona). WELCOME TO WINDOW ROCK, ARIZONA - CAPITOL OF NAVAJOLAND. n.p.: n.p., 1980. First Thus.
Apparently the 1st edition thus of this item. 4to stapled pictorial wraps. 15pp. Illus. Map. Subtitle continues, "And Home Of The
Navajo Tribal Museum & Zoo And Proposed Navajo Heritage Center. Edges and corners are curled, but still a good copy. Scarce.
(#MISSION015) $25.00
114. Arkansas). Bradley, Walter F. AN INDUSTRIAL WAR History of the Missouri and North Arkansas Railroad Strike and
a Study of the Tremendous Issues Involved An Unprecedented Result of Common Occurance in American History and Its
Aftermath. Bradley & Russell, Harrison, 1923, 1923. First Edition. Printed wraps. 144pp. 1 page Introduction dated Harrison, Ark.,
Nov. 20, 1923, beginning, "Contained in this little volume are all the available facts connected with the strike of Union Employees
which occurred on the Missouri and North Arkansas Railroad, during February and March, 1921." 1 page Foreword: "The book is a
home-made product, compiled and printed under all the trying circumstances incident to inexperience and the lack of proper
facilities." "The matter first appeared in serial form in the Boone County Headlight." Gooden's 1926 history of the strike refers to this
in his short bibliography: "Largely a compilation of documents, first published in the Boone County Headlight and later printed in
book form from the same type." Condition: Bound with three metal rivets. Wrapper cover is detached & has one minor chip. Back
cover & two leaves (one printed & one blank) detached with narrow slice of page missing at binding (no print loss) & a 1" tear at
same location. I have decided that the buyer should make decision either to restore, rebind, or place in archival folder as is. Couple of
interior pencil marks. Text lighly browned but very supple. Rare. (#0401020) $492.07
115. Armitage, Merle. PAGANS CONQUISTADORES HEROES AND MARTYRS. Fresno: Academy Guild Press, 1964.
Limited First Edition. Armitage, Merle. PAGANS CONQUISTADORES HEROES AND MARTYRS. Fresno, 1964., 1964. Limited.
"De Luxe Edition 1964" stamped on copyright page. Limited to 1,500 copies. Small 4to pictorial cloth. 99pp. Beautifully illustrated &
designed. Material on the Spanish Conquest, Bishop Juan De Zumarraga. Also De Vaca, Fray Marcos, The Franciscan Missions, Santa
Fe. Most desirable. Fine in dj. Hardcover. (#9605012)
116. Armitage, Susan & Elizabeth Jameson. (Eds.). THE WOMEN'S WEST. Norman, 1987., 1987. First Edition. 1st edition. Cloth.
323pp. Illust. Twenty-one essays & writings. Fine in slightly worn dj. (#9908011)
117. Arms) Hoffman, Maj. Marvin E. (Director). THE MUSEUM OF HISTORICAL ARMS 1959 CATALOG. Miami Beach:
MHA, 1959. First Thus. Pictorial stapled wraps. 208pp. Illus. Illus. 1,613 mainly firearms & edged weapons, and 5 coats of armor.
Front cover with couple of chips & curled corners. Good. (#1204004) $7.70
118. Armstrong, J. B. BEDDING THE DRAGS. Helena: Univ of Montana, 1972. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 114pp.
Illustrated by Gary Schildt, but also Harold Von Schmidt & Charlie Russell. Last volume of the author's (1888-1971) cowboy days in
Montana (The Ekalaka country) after 1935. "The published books of (Armstrong) ... carry the flavor of the settlement of the massive
prairie range country during the late nineteenth century..." Down-to-earth reading & finely descriptive. Interesting that Armstrong was
progressive beyond his times about racial equality. Fine copy. Now scarce. (#1209003) $32.42
119. Arndt, W. THE LIFE OF SAINT PAUL. St. Louis: Concordia, 1944. First Edition. 12mo pale blue printed wraps. 109pp.
Slight darkening to the edges and a couple of spots / soiling. Owner's signature on ffep. Good+. (#THEOSHEL318) $8.86
120. Arnold, Oren (Ed.). ROUNDUP A Collection of Western Stories, Poems, and Articles for Young People. Dallas: Banks,
Upshaw & Co, 1937. First Edition. 1st printing. Dramatic pictorial cloth. 301pp. Illustrated with wonderful wood cuts executed by
Creston Baumgartner. Fine. No dj. (#1402005)
121. Arnold, Oren (Ed.). ROUNDUP OF WESTERN LITERATURE An Anthology for Young Readers. Dallas: Banks Upshaw,
1950. 2nd printing. Pictorial cloth. 315pp. Really nice illustrations by Creston Baumgartner. Glossary. Index. Owner's address label on
top of title page. A nice selection of writings by Barker, Dobie, Harte, La Farge, Bechdolt, Sharlot Hall, & many more. Fine. No dj.
122. Arnold, Oren, & Hale, John P. HOT IRONS Heraldry of the Range. NY: Macmillan, 1940. 2nd printing. Decorated cloth.
242pp. Illus. "Names of Brands" page. Brands on endpapers. fos/date on half-title. A classic on the subject. Fine. No dj. Herd 173. 6guns 79. (#1209006)
123. Arnold, Oren, and Hale, John P. HOT IRONS Heraldry of the Range (Signed). NY: Macmillan, 1930. First Edition.
Decorated cloth. 242pp. Illustrated with small vignettes. Names of Brands on last page. Brands on endpapers. Presentation copy
signed by Arnold to the well-known Texas bookman, author, & printer, Al Lowman, & his wife, Darlyne. Laid in review. An early,
classic book on Western brands. Fine in moderately worn & lightly chipped dj. The front flap is clipped at the leading corners. Herd
173, 6-guns 79. (#1011007)
124. Arnold, Oren; Hale, John P. HOT IRONS Heraldry of the Range. NY: Macmillan, 1940. First Edition. 1st printing. Decorated
cloth. 242pp. Vignettes of brands scattered throughout the text. Endpapers decorated with brands. "Names of Brand" on last page. Fine
in chipped dj which is also stained on the back panel. Herd 173. (#1506006)
125. Arnold, Oren. WONDERS OF THE WEST A Book for Young People and All Others Who Would Know Western
America. Dallas: Banks Upshaw, 1936. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial cloth. 219pp. Very attractively illustrated with color &
b/w drawings, color plates of paintings (by Lillian Smith), & some terrific b/w portraits & other photos. Gift inscription on prelim.
blank page. Upper cover corners slightly bumped. No dj. (#9111008) $9.84
126. Arps, Louisa Ward, and Kingery, Elinor Eppich. HIGH COUNTRY NAMES Rocky Mountain National Park (Signed).
Denver: Colorado Mountain Club, 1966. First Edition. Wraps. 212pp. Illus. Maps. Signed by both Arps & Kingery. Names & brief
background of landforms & lakes, etc. of the park. Slightly bumped text block; still Vg. (#1104002)
127. Art Clay World). ART CLAY SILVER part 3 Sub-languaged in English. Japan: Art Clay World, 2000. First Edition. 4to
pictorial glossy stiff wraps with added pictorial dust jacket. 63pp. Beautifully illustrated. No edition is stated, but we believe it to be
the first, and it is printed in both Japanese and English, although we see a few pages that have only the Japanese. The instruction pages
appear to be bi-lingual. Fine copy. Very scarce. (#lynn027b) $42.65
128. Arthur, Max. FORGOTTEN VOICES of the Second World War in association with the Imperial War Museum. Ebury
Press, London, 2004, 2004. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 486pp. Illustrated with occasional b/w photos. Index of Contributors.
General Index. Pictorial endpapers. Signed by Arthur. "The Sound Archive -- the most important of its kind in the world -- holds a
vast quantity of interviews with soldiers, sailors, airmen and civilians recorded over the last thirty years. After months of detailed
research and having listened to hundreds of hours of interviews, (Arthur) has pulled together the story of the war through these
powerful and moving testimonies." It includes "the personal experiences of ordinary men and women from around the world,
including British, Irish, French, German, American, Japanese, Australian and New Zealand accounts." A fine new work by the author
of "Forgotten Voices of the Great War." Fine in dj. (#MOR.4.038)
129. Artmaster Camera Ready Art Proofs. EYES. Claremont: Artmaster Book Company, 1986. First Edition. Almost square pictorial
wraps. 7 1/4" x 8 1/2". Twelve (12) pp. Interesting little booklet obviously for photo reproduction use. Contents are drawings of sets of
eyes, human, frog, owl, cyclops, pirates, silly, wierd. Vg+. Hard to find. (#lynn024b)
130. Asson, David A. BRINGING IN THE HAY A nostalgic history of agriculture's most romantic crop (Signed). Beaverton:
Doubletree, 2003. First Edition. 4to pictorial wraps. 124pp. Illustrated very nicely in color, b/w photos, & old ads. Signed by Asson.
Pictures of farm equipment catalogue drawings, etchings, & lithos. Reference material includes Appendices, Hay Stackers by State,
Type and County, Glossary, & Bibliography. Signed & dated by Asson. A truly excellent treatment of making hay, particularly
referring to equipment & styles used in the Pacific Northwest, California, Nevada, Utah, Montana, but undoubtedly pertinent to
haymaking on the central plains all the way from Texas to the Dakotas. Chapters include "Sickles, Scythes and Mowers", "Rakes and
Tedders", "Wagons and Loaders", "Hay Mows and Trolley Carriers". More. You won't be disappointed in this book. Fine, as new.
131. Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company, and, Panhandle and Santa Fe Railway Company. Matthews, R. C.
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 1962. n.p., (1962)., 1962. First Thus. No printing stated. Decorated brown stapled wrappers. 13pp. R. C.
Matthews was the Trainmaster. Instructions relating to places including Wellington & Kiowa, Kansas, and in Oklahoma, Altus, Alva,
Blackwell, & Blair. Other work & safety instructions. Couple of old sticker marks on front cover, else vg. (#5006003)
132. Athearn, Robert G. UNION PACIFIC COUNTRY. Rand-McNally, NY, 1971, 1971. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 480pp.
Illust. Maps. Bibliography. Notes & References. Index. A scholarly history of the UPRR & the transcontinental railroad. Fine in
edgworn dj with tears. (#0805011) $20.25
133. Athearn, Robert G. UNION PACIFIC COUNTRY. U of Nebr., Lincoln, 1976, 1976. Reprint. Reprint. Pictorial trade wraps.
480pp. Illust. Bibliography. Notes. Index. Lightly soiled. Vg. (#NIC017 - 1)
134. Atherson, Gertrude. GOLDEN GATE COUNTRY (Signed). NY: Duell, Sloan Pearce, 1945. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth.
256pp. Index. Endpaper maps. The "knock" on this copy is that part of the front dj flap is taped to the verso of the ffep. HOWEVER, it
is a scarce signed copy, presented to Henry Service (?) Wagner "with best wishes" & dated 1945 by the author. Recto of rear end free
leave has the label of famed San Francisco bookstore, Paul Elder & Co. Cover corners slightly bumped. No dj. (#1302006) $45.02
135. Atherton, Gertrude. MY SAN FRANCISCO A Wayward Biography. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1946. First Edition. 1st
printing. Gilt-stamped cloth. 334pp. Illus. Index. Vg. No dj. (#1302007)
136. Atkeson, Ray; Muench, David. COLORFUL CALIFORNIA. Portland: Robert Belding, 1970. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to
pictorial wraps. (72pp). Illustrated with the wonderful color photographs of Oregon's incomparable Atkeson. Two volumes were
published; this is the first one. Fine. (#1602004)
137. Atkeson, Ray. Ross, Richard. OREGON III (Signed). Graphic Arts, Portland, 1987, 1987. Limited First Edition. Collector's
Edition ltd to 250 copies. Folio hardbound with decorative real wood strip. 160pp. Illustrated with the great landscape photos of one of
Oregon's most renowned photographers. Number 223 signed by both Atkeson & Ross on special page. Lovely. Fine, as new in
original box. No dj as issued for this edition. (#0401009)
138. Atkinson, Gale Shay & Jim C. IZAAK WALTON INN A History of the Izaak Walton Inn and Essex, Montana. Privately
Printed, Columbia Falls (MT), 1985, 1985. First Edition. 4to pictorial stapled wraps. 39pp. Nicely illustrated with old photos & other
items. Index. Bibliography. "Essex, Montana's Historic Buildings 1942". Fine. Quite scarce. (#0805012) $40.50
139. Atlas) Rand McNally. RAND MCNALLY'S PIONEER ATLAS OF THE AMERICAN WEST. Chicago: Rand McNally,
1969. First Thus. 1st printing of facsimile reprint edition has reproductions of maps & indexes from the 1876 Business Atlas of the
Great Mississippi Valley and Pacific Slope. Large 4to pictorial cloth. 80pp. Illus. Historical text by Dale Morgan. Of states/territories
west of the Mississippi, only Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota, Louisiana, & Arkansas are not included. Alaska is included. Nice map &
information on Indian Territory An excellent reference. Upper cover corners very slightly bumped, else fine. No dj as issued.
Oversized. (#SHEL666) $33.75
140. Atlas). Cram, George F. CRAM'S UNRIVALED ATLAS OF THE WORLD INDEXED 1889. George F. Cram, Chicago,
1889, 1889. Small folio or large quarto gilt-stamped & decorated cloth. 268pp. Illustrated with colored charts & other images. Tables.
Index. Maps all present & in great shape, including facing maps of Indian Territory & a "Map of the Oklahoma Country in the Indian
Territory" (Unassigned Lands) which would, 22 days after copyright, become the location of the first territorial run. Actual maps sizes
inside the borders are about 9 1/2" x 11 1/2". Condition: maps & text block near fine to fine condition. Covers have some blotches,
soft corners, & are frayed at the base of the spine. The patterned endpapers have edge tears. The hinges are broken, but the binding is
still tight & the covers are not falling off. A scarce, complete atlas with all the states & territories to date of publication, as well as
world maps. (#0711015) $405.00
141. Atlas). Rand - McNally. THE MILWAUKEE SENTINEL HOUSEHOLD ATLAS of the United States and Dominion of
Canada. Rand - McNally, Chicago, 1884, 1884. First Thus. Narrow quarto (7 1/4" x 10 1/4") gilt-stamped & decorative blindstamped cloth. 128pp. Colored diagrams. Colored maps. Contents are not world maps, but "States,Territories, & Provinces" (of
Canada). Small owner's stamp on title page of "Louis Zahn, Town Rolling, Langlade Co, Wis." (near where your bookseller used to
live). Includes map of Indian Territory (1 page text; 1 page map). A few spots on back cover. A vg, bright copy. Very scarce.
142. Atwood, Kay. ILLAHE The Story of Settlement in the Rogue River Canyon. Medford OR: Privately Printed, 1985. 3rd
printing. Pictorial wraps. 251pp. Illus. Index. Bibliography. Maps. Back cover & last few pps somewhat wavy from moisture, but no
stains & no odor. Vg. Uncommon. (#1506007)
143. Atwood, Margaret. BOTTLE (Signed). UK: Hay Festival Press, The Drill Hall, 2004. Limited/Numbered. Ltd to 100 copies, of
which this is number79 signed by Atwood. Small green cloth with printed label on front cover & gilt titles on spine. 54pp.
Frontispiece drawing. Laid in Hay Festival Press card. Fine. (#SHEL793)
144. Auclair, Marcelle. CHRIST'S IMAGE. Tudor, NY, 1961, 1961. First Edition. Small 4to gilt-stamped cloth. 139pp. Finely
illustrated with tipped in color plates of paintings of Christ by the Old Masters et. al.. Table of Illustrations. A very nicely designed
book. Fine in dj in original slipcase with some darkening to portion of the latter. (#FTR279)
145. Audubon, John James. DELINEATIONS OF AMERICAN SCENERY AND CHARACTER. NY, 1926., 1926. First Thus.
1st edition. Cloth. 349pp. Endpaper maps. The naturalist & painter's observations & descriptions of the Great Pine Swamp, the Ohio
River, Florida, Labrador, & many other places. Great reading! A few small notes in ink on rear blank leaf; Bottom of fr corner
bumped; a few spots on cover & spine; some waviness to portion of spine. Good+. (#9303006) $16.40
146. Augur, Helen. PASSAGE TO GLORY John Ledyard's America. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, 1946, 1946. First Edition.
Cloth. 310pp. Illust. Index. Endpaper maps: "John Ledyard's Voyages 1773 - 1788". Ledyard was the only American on Capt. James
Cook's last voyage of discovery. Some spotting on front cover, seen only against the light. Good+. IIllustration plates have waterstain
at lower fore corner. Covers slightly bowed. Lacking the dj. Smith 363. (#0408015)
147. Augustana Lutheran Synod. OFFICIELT REFERAT. MINNESOTA-KONFERENSENS af EV. LUTH. AUGUSTANASYNODEN. STILLWATER, MINN., Den 19 - 26 Februari 1901., 1901. First Thus. Printed wrappers. 152pp. Light soiling to covers;
some page corners with former crease. Printed in Swedish. Moderate backstrip peeling. Nearly very good condition. Very scarce.
148. Axelrod, Alan. ART OF THE GOLDEN WEST. New York, New York, U.S.A.: Abbeville, 1990. First Edition. 1st printing.
Large 4to silver-stamped cloth. 418pp on glossy stock. Sumptuously illustrated in color & b/w. Sources. Index. Endpaper maps.
Really a stunning art book with a huge amount of historical & explanatory text. Fine, like new, in dj. Over-sized. (#1408011) $50.02
149. Axford, Joseph "Mack". AROUND WESTERN CAMPFIRES. Tucson: Univ of Arizona, 1969. First Thus. 1st printing of U
of A edition. Cloth. 266pp. Index. "... eyewitness accounts of a cowboy's life on the Arizona range..." Axford arrived in Bisbee in
1894. Fine in dj with minor wear to extremities. 6-guns 96. (#1209007)
150. Aydelotte, Frank. THE LITERATURE OF THE RANGE CATTLE INDUSTRY A Critical Survey. KC: Kansas City
Posse, The Westerners, 1970. First Edition. 1st printing. Printed wraps. 19pp. Footnotes. Fine . (#SHEL797)
151. Ayers, Colonel James J. GOLD AND SUNSHINE Reminiscences of Early California. Boston: Richard G. Badger The
Gorham Press, 1922. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 359pp. Illus. Index. Reminiscences of the author's 47 years in California
beginning when he set sail from St. Louis to California early in the year of the gold rush, 1849. Scarce book in 1st edition. Good copy
with bump & short split to cloth at top of back cover; last blank sheet improperly cut. Cowan p26, Howes B91. (#1302009) $25.01
152. Baade, Christina L. Victory through Harmony : The BBC and Popular Music in World War II (Signed). NY: Oxford,
2011. First Edition. Hardbound. 275pp. Illus. Notes. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Signed by Baade. Thoroughly researched &
smoothly written book packed with information. Interweaves subjects of dance music & dance bands (live and recorded), popular
music, role of music for wartime workers, BBC policies & programs, influence of American music (involving jazz & crooners), racial
& gender issues & policies, music a as medium for propaganda & morale building & morale weakening for both troops & civilians,
BBC Dancing Club, Radio Rhythm Club, and much more. This book includes in its text keys to finding specific recorded examples on
the book's accompanying website. Fine, like new in dj. (#SHEL461) $60.75
153. Babbitt, Bruce E. COLOR AND LIGHT: The Southwest Canvases of Louis Akin. Flagstaff: Northland Press, 1973. First
Edition. Pictorial 4to cloth. 76pp. Illustrated with a number of Akin's paintings of the canyon lands & Native Americans of the
Southwest. Photos. Map. Chronology. Bibliography. Fine, as new in dj (one tiny edge tear). (#1104006) $44.59
154. Baber, D. F. (as told by Bill Walker). INJUN SUMMER An Old Cowboy Rides the Ghost Trails. Caldwell: Caxton, 1952.
First Edition. 1st printing. Silver-stamped cloth. 223pp. Illus. Walker was the "narrator" of the much sought book, The Longest Rope.
Here he tells of his experiences & shares opinions on cowboy, outlaw, and Indian life in Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, &
Wyoming. Fine in very slightly worn dj. (#1302010) $23.51
155. Backes, Clarus (Ed.). Dee Brown, A.B. Guthrie, Jr., David Lavender, Wright Morris, Clyde Rice, Wallace Stegner, Frank
Waters. GROWING UP WESTERN Recollections by Dee Brown, A.B. Guthrie, Jr., David Lavender, Wright Morris, Clyde
Rice, Wallace Stegner, Frank Waters. Knopf, NY, 1990., 1990. First Edition. Oblong cloth & boards. 220pp. Illus. An essential
work for collectors of any of these writers. Fine, as new in dj. (#5009032)
156. Bagley, Will. BLOOD OF THE PROPHETS: Brigham Young and the Massacre at Mountain Meadows. Norman: OU,
2002. First Edition. 1st printing. Royal 8vo cloth & boards. 493pp. Illust. Extensive Notes, Bibliography, & Index. Rapidly out-ofprint in the first printing. A landmark in the field of Mormon studies. Fine, like new in dj. (#SHEL518)
157. Bailey, Lynn R.; Don Chaput. COCHISE COUNTY STALWARTS: A Who's Who of the Territorial Years (Two
Volumes) [Signed]. Tucson: Westernlore Press, 2000. Limited First Edition. "Edition limited to 1,200 copies of which 200 are case
bound" (this set is gilt-stamped case bound, i.e., cloth bound). 249pp + 246pp. Illustrated with portraits. Notes. Indices. Laid into
Volume 1 is a blank sheet signed by the authors. Fine. No dust jackets as issued. A fine Arizona title. (#1602005) $86.25
158. Bair, Warner B. II. THE MANSE An Anonymous Man Novel. Stevensville MT: Stoneydale Press, 2011. First Edition. 1st
printing. Pictorial wraps. 189pp. A move to a Montana dream home goes bad. Fine. (#5023036) $10.00
159. Bair, Warner B. II. THE MANSE An Anonymous Man Novel (Signed). Stevensville MT: Stoneydale Press, 2011. First
Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 189pp. Presentation copy signed to someone (first name only). A move to a Montana dream
home goes bad. Fine. (#5023035) $20.00
160. Baker, Keith (Signed). Just How Long Can a Long String Be?! New York: Arthur A. Levine, 2009. First Edition. Oblong
4to size, pictorial hardbound. 32 pp. Signed by Baker with a little ant drawn on top of the date 2009. A charming children's illustrated
book illustrated by the author. Fine, like new in dj. (#P3063) $17.43
161. Baker, Private A. G. THE COLORADO VOLUNTEERS. Privately Published, (Boulder?), ca 1900, 1900. First Edition. 1st
edition. 12mo gilt-stamped textured paper over boards. 66pp. One soldier's memoir of his own participation, & that of the Colorado
Volunteers, in the Spanish - American War from recruitment to deployment through San Francisco to the Philippines, & the capture of
Manila. Includes rosters of "Colonel and Staff of the Colorado Volunteers", and Companies A through M with the exception of J. A
rare little item with, after limited search, copies only found in two libraries. No copies turn up in auction history databases.
162. Bakke, Kit. Miss Alcott's E-Mail Yours for Reforms of All Kinds (Signed). Boston: David R Godine Pub, 2006. First
Edition. Cloth & boards. 255 pp. Bibliography, Chronologoy, Reader's Guide, Suggestions for Reading More (Alcott), Photo Credits.
Signed & dated by Bakke shortly after publication. "Brimming with meticulous research and unusual insights, Miss Alcott's E-mail
brings Louisa May Alcott back into our midst, in all her light and complexity." Fine, like new in dj. (#5005046)
163. Balcom, B. A. HISTORY OF THE LUNENBURG FISHING INDUSTRY. Lunenburg, Nova Scotia: Lunenburg Marine
Museum Soc, 1977. First Edition. 4to stapled pictorial glossy wraps.71pp. Illus. Notes. Chapters present the fisheries from 1753 1933. Bookplate on title page with typed presentation, "Presented to Mr. A. J. "Augie" Augustine, of Kitchener, Ontario, representing
"Oktoberfest", by the Lunenburg Marine Museum Society on the occasion of his visit to the town of Lunenburg, September 9th, 1977"
& signed by Ainsley Fralick, Chairman. Couple of smudge, else fine. (#5014048)
164. Ball, Eve. IN THE DAYS OF VICTORIO Recollections of a Warm Springs Apache. Tucson: Univ of Arizona, 1970. First
Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 222pp. Illus. Index. Notes. Bibliography. Maps. Endpaper maps. Fine in dj (price marked over on flap).
165. Ball, Larry D. ELFEGO BACA IN LIFE AND LEGEND. El Paso: Texas Western Pr, 1992. First Edition. Pictorial wraps.
146pp. Illust. Notes. Bibliography. Index. A couple of pages have a couple of lines with ink underlining, else vg. Upper spine corner
bumped. Now scarce. (#0909013) $14.18
166. Ballard, Angela and Duffy. A BLISTERED KIND OF LOVE (Signed) One Couple's Trial By Trail. Mountaineers, Seattle,
2003, 2003. First Edition. Pictorial trade wraps. 264pp. Signed & dated by Angela Ballard shortly after publication. A young couple
sets off to find out how they will get along being married to each other, by backpacking the Pacific Coast Trail from Mexico to British
Columbia! Vignettes on people & places along the way. Marriage is all down hill after this! Fine, as new. (#0401011)
167. Ballard, Dr. Louis W. AMERICAN INDIAN MUSIC for the Classroom -- Teacher's Guide. Phoenix: Canyon Records,
1973. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to stapled red wraps. 88pp. Illus. Two short bibliographies ("Outstanding Books on Indians" &
"Cultural Notes"). Intro includes "General Characteristics of Indian Music". "Explanatory Notes to Song Analysis." Specific songs are
described, such as Eskimo Feast (Ice Cream) Song, Seminole Duck Dance, Osage War Mothers, Iroquois Rabbit Dance, Kiowa
Buffalo Dance, & several more representing different nations. Music of each song & drawings/diagrams of each dance printed. Laid in
sheets cataloging Canyon Records Tapes, Records, & Bumper Strips. Fine. Very scarce. (#1111005)
168. Ballard, James W. WONDROUS WYOMING Humorous Short Stories Unique Recipes Western Potpourri. Wright (Wy):
Privately Printed, 1990. First Edition. 1st printing. Printed wraps. (80pp.). Illustrated presumably with the author's drawings. Fine.
169. Ballard, Ralph. TALES OF EARLY NILES. (Niles): Fort St. Joseph Hist Soc, 1948. First Edition. 1st printing. Printed wraps.
96pp. Frontispiece of street scene in Niles, Michigan. Owner's signature stamp on ffep. A flourishing town in SW Michigan. Book
covers Indian Trails, Bacon Road, Indians of the St. Joe Valley, Carey Mission, Blackhawk War, etc. Covers pulling a bit from glued
binding. Vg. (#1209010) $16.21
170. Ballinger, R.H. DOES IT PAY? A Book on the Stock Industry of Southwestern Kansas. Brenham: Lone Wolf Press, 1997.
Limited/Numbered. Facsimile reprint of original 1883 monograph. Ltd to 100 numbered copies. 12mo printed wraps. 48pp. including
ads. New Preface by David Dary. Long a true rarity among range cattle industry books, the author issued this little book two years
after Brisbin's The Beef Bonanza in order to draw investors to SW Kansas. Fine, as new. Howes B78, Herd 199. (#SHEL321)
171. Ballou, Robert. EARLY KLICKITAT VALLEY DAYS (Signed Association). Goldendale: Privately Published, 1938. First
Edition. 1st printing. 496pp. Illus. Summary of Contents. Signed & dated in 1955 by Ballou's wife, Cora. LAID IN are six (6) ALS
with envelopes from Ms. Ballou to a Pac NW bookseller. They, in part, deal with selling copies to the dealer. Also stated is how many
copies were originally bound & that Ms. Ballou may be binding the remaining copies. Rare association copy with worthy added
material. Much frontier material on SW Washington & the Columbia River area, & a highly regarded book. Material on Hudson Bay
Co, cattle ranches (Ben Snipes), sheep, railroads, Native Americans, Pony Express, stagecoaching, etc.. Small bump to upper front
cover corner, else fine. No dj as issued. Howes B79, 6-guns 125, Herd 200, Smith 505. (#1204006)
172. Balthazar, Richard. REMEMBER NATIVE AMERICA! The Earthworks of Ancient America. Santa Fe: Five Flower Press,
1992. First Edition. 1st printing. Oblong 4to pictorial wraps. 84pp. Profusely illustrated with reproductions of great & detailed
ethnological & archaeological drawings & prints; also photos. The Archaic Period, Ohio Period, Mississippi Period, etc.. Fine.
173. Bancroft, Caroline. GULCH OF GOLD A History of Central City, Colorado. Johnson, Boulder, 1969, 1969. 3rd printing.
Cloth. 387pp. Illustrated with vintage photos. Sources. Bibliography. Index. Endpaper maps. Small (1/2 dime) black spot on front
cover; slightly cocked. Good+ in chipped dj. (#0505005)
174. Bancroft, H. H. THE VOYAGE OF ALEXANDER MACKENZIE ACROSS CANADA 1789-1793. Seattle: Shorey's, 1968.
Limited First Edition. Facsimile reprint ltd to 100 copies. Pictorial wraps. (37pp). Nice extract from Bancroft's Vol I of History of the
NW Coast. Browning on cover edges, vg+ (#1408014)
175. Bancroft, Hubert Howe. HISTORY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. S. F.: History Company, 1887. First Edition. 1st printing.
Gilt-stamped full leather. 792pp. Bibliography. Index. Maps, including folding map. t.e.g.. Marbled edges. Marbled endpapers. Vol 32
of the Works of Bancroft. Ex-lib with bookplate & pocket, checkout strip. Joints cracked but holding. Good. (#1408015)
176. Bancroft, Hubert Howe. SOME CITIES AND SAN FRANCISCO AND RESURGAM (Signed). Bancroft, NY, 1907., 1907.
First Edition. Small 8vo gilt-stamped decorated cloth. 64pp. Signed by Bancroft. Ex-lib with corner piece torn from ffep. No library
pocket, but the other usual suspects. Binding sound, but reading copy only. Scarce signed. (#5011011)
CALIFORNIA Vol I (1542 - 1800). Santa Barbara: Wallace Hebberd, 1963. First Thus. 1st printing this fine facsimile reprint edition
with new Intro by Gov. Edmund G. Brown. Cloth. 744pp. Maps. Fine in vg dj (slight browning / small stain to backstrip). Cowan p33.
178. Bandelier, A. F. (Adolph). HEMENWAY SOUTHWESTERN ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPEDITION Contributions to the
History of the Southwestern Portion of the United States. Cambridge: John Wilson & Son & Cambridge University Press, 1890.
First Edition. Printed light brown wraps. 206pp. Folding map of the Southwest with the pertinent landmarks & missionary trails noted.
This monograph has to do with Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca, Fray Marcos of Nizza & "Spanish Efforts to Penetrate" the Southwest
1536-1539. It includes also the expedition of "Pedro de Villazur, from Santa Fe, to the Banks of the Platte River, in Search of the
French and the Pawnees, in the Year 1720." Other than a small chip at the top of the spine & small chip on the bottom of the spine reglued, this copy in near fine, remarkable condition, as is the map. Not terribly scarce, but very collectable. (#1003007)
179. Banerjee, Anjali. IMAGINARY MEN (Signed). Riverside, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Downtown Pr, 2005. ARC. Advance
Uncorrected Bound Galley. Pictorial wraps. 236pp. Signed & dated by Banerjee. A great read! "If you can't find Mr. Right you can
always make him up." Fine. (#5017012ARC)
180. Barbieri, Heather. SNOW IN JULY (Signed). Soho, NY, 2004, 2004. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 258pp.
Signed by Barbieri. Novel about two sisters, with story line based in Butte, Montana. A fine first novel by an award winning writer.
Fine, as new in dj. Scarce. (#5010027)
181. Bard, Floyd C. DUDE WRANGLER Hunter, Line Rider. Sage, Denver, 1964, 1964. First Thus. Scarce in pictorial wraps;
there is a more common hardcover edition. 100pp. Illustrated with photos. A nice Wyoming & Big Horns ranching memoir; additional
material written after the author's well-known book, Horse Wrangler, was published. This item was published after Bard's death.
182. Bard, Floyd C. HORSE WRANGLER (Signed) Sixty Years in the Saddle in Wyoming and Montana. OU, Norman, 1960,
1960. First Edition. Cloth. 296pp. Illust. Index. Signed by Bard. Contains Johnson County War information. Fine in moderately shelf
rubbed, pc dj. Signed copies are scarce. 6-guns 136. (#0511007)
183. Bardy, Ed. TALES FROM A TENT -- STORY OF THE CAMPBELL BROS. CIRCUS -- The Canvas That Covered the
Plains (Signed). Traverse City: Privately Published, 1981. First Edition. Pictorial cloth. Unpaginated. Nicely illustrated in b/w with
lots of photos & promotionals. Presentation copy signed by Bardy in 1982. Preface by C. P. Fox, Director of Circus Research,
Ringling Bros & Barnum & Bailey. Fine copy. No dj (as issued?) (#5023032) $24.30
184. Barker, Eugene C. THE LIFE OF STEPHEN F. AUSTIN Founder of Texas, 1793 - 1836. NY, 1968., 1968. First Thus. De
Capo Press reprint, 1st thus, with new Introduction by Seymour Connor. Gilt-stamped cloth. 551pp. Fine in slightly worn (one bottom
tear taped closed), pc dj. BTB 7, Dobie p84, Campbell p82. (#9211012)
185. Barlee, N. L. CANADA ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE Numbers 1 & 2. Summerland B.C.: Privately Published, 1973. First
Edition. 1st printings. Pictorial magazine wraps. (32pp) each number. Appropriately & well-illustrated, mainly in color. Two numbers
only were printed. Barlee, long time local historian & eventually B. C. Gov. politician, coupled his popular Canada West history &
ghost town/mining camp quarterly into this magazine & it lasted only briefly. Articles include Haida Masks, Recovery of the
Chameau Treasure, Similkameen country, Vanishing Ghost Towns, etc. Your bookseller corresponded with Barlee in the early 70s.
Near fine. (#1506009)
186. Barlee, N. L. CANADA WEST MAGAZINE Vol 2, No 4, Winter 1970. Summerland: Canada West, 1970. First Thus. 1st
printing thus. Small magazine-sized pictorial & printed wraps. 36pp. Illustrated with both vintage & contemporary photos, & the
editor's interesting drawings. Maps. Articles: Alert Bay, Nature Notes, The Lost Mine of Pitt Lake, Pastels of the Interior Desert,
Cascade-The Gateway City, Allison Pass Memoirs-Conclusion. This several year running, rather limited print historical magazine,
now long out of print, was always one of your bookseller's favorites. Near fine. (#1412006)
187. Barlee, N. L. CANADA WEST MAGAZINE Vol 3, No 4, Winter 1971. Summerland: Canada West, 1971. First Thus. 1st
printing thus. Small magazine-sized pictorial & printed wraps. 36pp. Illustrated with both vintage & contemporary photos, & the
editor's interesting drawings. Maps. Articles: Jean Caux-The Man Called Cataline, The Collector's Page, W. G. Cox-Gold
Commissioner-Part IV, Our Vanishing Heritage, Colour Plates of Kootenay Ghost Towns, Historic Atlin. This several year running,
rather limited print historical magazine, now long out of print, was always one of your bookseller's favorites. Near fine. (#1412007)
188. Barlee, N. L. CANADA WEST MAGAZINE Vol 4, No 2, Summer 1972. Summerland: Canada West, 1972. First Thus. 1st
printing thus. Small magazine-sized pictorial & printed wraps. 40pp. Illustrated with both vintage & contemporary photos, & the
editor's interesting drawings. Maps. Articles: Bluebell-A Mining Saga, The Collector's Page, H'Kusam-An Abandoned Village, Our
Vanishing Heritage, Murder on the S. S. Okanagan. This several year running, rather limited print historical magazine, now long out
of print, was always one of your bookseller's favorites. Near fine. (#1412008) $15.01
189. Barlee, N. L. CANADA WEST MAGAZINE Vol 4, No 4, Winter 1972. Summerland: Canada West, 1972. First Thus. 1st
printing thus. Small magazine-sized pictorial & printed wraps. 40pp. Illustrated with both vintage & contemporary photos, & the
editor's interesting drawings. Maps. Articles: Discovery-Gold Town, The Collector's Page, Dossetter's Queen Charlottes, The 1913
Liberty Nickel, The Forgotten Expressman, Canadians, The Cliff Dweller, Letters from the Northwest, Our Vanishing Heritage,
Gagnon and His Flying Machine. This several year running, rather limited print historical magazine, now long out of print, was always
one of your bookseller's favorites. Near fine. (#1412009)
190. Barlee, N. L. CANADA WEST MAGAZINE Vol 5, No 1. Summerland: Canada West, 1974. First Thus. 1st printing thus.
Small magazine-sized pictorial & printed wraps. 32pp. Illustrated with both vintage & contemporary photos, & the editor's interesting
drawings. Maps. Articles: The Gold Escort, Poker Chips of the Old West, Nature Notes, Jolly Jack's Lost Placer, Fraser River Burials,
The Collector's Page, Letters from the North West- Part III. This several year running, rather limited print historical magazine, now
long out of print, was always one of your bookseller's favorites. Near fine. (#1412010) $12.01
191. Barlee, N. L. CANADA WEST MAGAZINE Vol 5, No 3, Summer 1975. Summerland: Canada West, 1975. First Thus. 1st
printing thus. Small magazine-sized pictorial & printed wraps. 40pp. Illustrated with both vintage & contemporary photos, & the
editor's interesting drawings. Maps. Articles: The Vanished City-Phoenix, Salish Indian Basketry, Historic Houses-Part I, Our
Vanishing Heritage, Coins from the Wildhorse, The Collector's Page, John Kirkup-Lawman of the West. This several year running,
rather limited print historical magazine, now long out of print, was always one of your bookseller's favorites. Near fine. (#1412011)
192. Barlee, N. L. CANADA WEST MAGAZINE Vol 6, No 2, Spring 1976. Summerland: Canada West, 1976. First Thus. 1st
printing thus. Small magazine-sized pictorial & printed wraps. 40pp. Illustrated with both vintage & contemporary photos, & the
editor's interesting drawings. Maps. Articles: Ainsworth, Treaty No. 6, The D. A. Thomas, The Collector's Page, The Made Beaver
Tokens, The Chinese Treasure, The Day the River Died. This several year running, rather limited print historical magazine, now long
out of print, was always one of your bookseller's favorites. Near fine. (#1412012)
193. Barlee, N. L. CANADA WEST MAGAZINE Vol 6, No 3, Summer 1976. Summerland: Canada West, 1976. First Thus. 1st
printing thus. Small magazine-sized pictorial & printed wraps. 40pp. Illustrated with both vintage & contemporary photos, & the
editor's interesting drawings. Maps. Articles: The Gold Pool of the Similkameen, Historic House-Part II, The Death of Nigger Dan,
The Collector's Page, The Lost Patrol, 10,000 Lost Coins. This several year running, rather limited print historical magazine, now long
out of print, was always one of your bookseller's favorites. Near fine. (#1412013)
194. Barlee, N. L. CANADA WEST MAGAZINE Vol 6, No 4, Fall 1976. Summerland: Canada West, 1976. First Thus. 1st
printing thus. Small magazine-sized pictorial & printed wraps. 32pp. Illustrated with both vintage & contemporary photos, & the
editor's interesting drawings. Maps. Articles: Klondike Journey- Part I, Our Vanishing Heritage, Unique Log Cabin Corners, The
Chilcotin War of 1864, Collecting Locks. This several year running, rather limited print historical magazine, now long out of print,
was always one of your bookseller's favorites. Near fine. (#1412014) $15.01
195. Barlee, N. L. GOLD CREEKS AND GHOST TOWNS: East Kootenay, Boundary, West Kootenay, Okanagan and
Similkameen. Summerland: Canada West, 1970. First Edition. 1st printing (which we know to have been in the summer of 1970). 4to
pictorial wraps. 183pp. Wonderfully illustrated with vintage photos, well-done simple drawings & excellent maps drawn by Barlee. A
great resource with much historical information. Light soiling. Vg. (#1204007) $28.36
196. Barlee, N. L. THE GUIDE TO GOLD PANNING IN BRITISH COLUMBIA. Summerland B.C.: N.L. Barlee & Canada
West, 1972. First Edition. 1st printing. Royal 8vo printed & pict wraps. 192pp. Illustrated with vintage photos & wonderful hand
drawn maps. Front map is "The Major Placer Gold Areas in British Columbia". Barlee, the authority of frontier mining in B.C. writes
about all the historic districts from Atlin in the north to the Boundary Country in the south. Chapter on equipment. Glossary. Bottom
of back cover has couple of transparent stains/spots; Very good. (#SHEL591) $22.50
197. Barnes, Kim. A Country Called Home (Signed). New York: Alfred A. Knopf Inc, 2008. Cloth & boards. 271 pp. Signed by
Barnes. A novel based in 1960 Idaho. Barnes earlier wrote an acclaimed memoir & this novel is set supposedly in the same local.
Fine, like new. (#5022016)
198. Barnes, Kim. FINDING CARUSO. Marian Wood Books, NY, 2003, 2003. ARC. Uncorrected Proof. Pict trade wraps. 303pp.
Brother leave Oklahoma & find love & adventure in Idaho. Fine, as new. (#5013032ARC)
199. Barnett, Jill. The Days of Summer (Signed). Atria, NY, 2006, 2006. ARC. Advance Uncorrected Proofs. Trade pictorial
wraps. 356pp. Signed & dated by Barnett before official publication. Fine copy. (#5018058ARC) $8.10
200. Barnett, Jill. Wicked (Signed). New York: Pocket Books, 1999. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial paperback. 387 pp. Signed
by Barnett on title page, "Enjoy! Jill Barnett". Fine, like new. (#5020037)
201. Barrett, Neal, Jr. LONG DAYS AND SHORT NIGHTS A Century of Texas Ranching on the YO 1880 - 1980 (Signed).
Mountain Home TX: Y-O Press, 1980. First Edition. Gilt-stamped pictorial 4to cloth. 192pp. Illustrated with vintage & contemporary
photos, & with drawings by famous cowboy artist, Joe Beeler. Index. Exceptional double presentation copy inscribed on title page by
Barrett & Beeler to Texas bookman, printer, & author, Al Lowman. The YO is the Schreiner ranch, & the biography of Charles
Schreiner was written by J. Evetts Haley, Fine in dj with one tiny closed tear. (#1011008)
202. Barron, T. A. THE HERO'S TRAIL A Guide for a Heroic Life. (Signed). Philomel, NY, 2002., 2002. First Edition. 1st
impression. Hardbound. 131pp. Illustrated with portraits. Signed by Barron. Wonderful short accounts of how true heroes got to be
just that. Fine, as new in like dj. (#5012030) $8.10
203. Barrow, Jason L. (Signed). INSIGHT A Practical Guide to Developing and Understanding Your Intuition. Bothell: Book
Publishers Network, 2009. First Edition. Glossy pictorial wraps. 65pp. Signed & dated by Barrow shortly after publication. Fine, like
new. (#P1014) $9.69
204. Barry, A. L. WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? Catechesis in the Lutheran Congregation. Concordia Pub. House, St. Louis,
1996, 1996. First Edition. Printed wraps. 98pp. Chapters on "Catechesis in the Holy Scriptures", "... and the Lutheran Confessions",
"... in the Early Church", "... and the Reformation", "... in the Church Today." Also, "Where From Here?" Fine copy.
205. Barske, Charlotte & Lambdin, R. L. (Illustrator). INDIANS The Story of a Blackfoot Indian Boy The Story of a Blackfoot
Indian Boy. Artists & Writers Guild, Poughkeepsie, 1938, 1938. First Edition. 1st edition. Color folio stapled wraps. 23pp. Lavishly
illustrated with full page & double page watercolors. Fine. (#0401012) $22.96
206. Bartholomew, Ed. THE BIOGRAPHICAL ALBUM OF WESTERN GUNFIGHTERS. Houston: Frontier Press, 1958. First
Edition. 1st printing. Oblong dramatic pictorial folio cloth. Unpag. Illustrated with over 600 "rare photographs of the most famous
sheriffs, outlaws, marshalls (sic), and celebrated personalities in the history of the Western frontier." Contains more than 1,000
biographical entries. This oversized book has long been a standard in the field. The title page is bold & attractive with appropriate
fonts in black & red with decorative red border. Vg+. Cloth hinges, so always a little floppy. No dj as issued. Scarce. 6-guns 147.
207. Bartholomew, Ed. WESTERN HARD-CASES or, Gunfighters Named Smith. Frontier, Ruidoso, 1960, 1960. First Edition.
1st edition. Small 8vo cloth. 191pp. Presentation copy signed by Bartholomew. Much sought. Fine in moderately soiled dj.
208. Bartholomew, Paul & Bob; William Brann; Bruce Hallenbeck. MONSTERS OF THE NORTHWOODS An in-depth
investigation of Bigfoot in New York and Vermont, etc. n.p.: Privately Printed, 1991. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to glossy pictorial
wraps; white background with large brown bigfoot nearly filling the cover; brown & black printing of text on cover. Year of
publication is not given, however, the cover drawing by Miner is 1991. Reprints in smaller size & with a regular publisher's imprint
were done in 1992. 118pp. Illustrated with photos & an additional drawing. Sub-title continues: "... documenting encounters from
Historical Encounters with early settlers and Indian folklore to Today." 1 topo map of part of Rutland County, Vermont. Foreword by
Dr. Warren Cook. Intro by Paul Rayno. Chapters: "The Historical Evidence", "The Lewiston Mystery: Bigfoot Bear or Mutant?", "The
Abair Incident", "Beyond Abair", "The Kinderhook Creature", "The UFO Angle", "Vermont Encounters", "What Is It?", "Summary:
Capsule Chronological Summary of all Known Bigfoot Cases in New York & Vermont". In fine, virtually unread condition. Copy of
full page printed order form laid in. A most scarce 1st printing & especially desirable in this condition. (#SHEL865) $300.00
209. Bascomb, Neal. The Perfect Mile: Three Athletes, One Goal, And Less Than Four Minutes To Achieve It. Houghton
Mifflin, Boston, 2004, 2004. ARC. Advance Reading Copy. Pictorial trade wraps. 322pp. Extensive Notes, Index. The race for the
four-minute mile. Fine. (#5017035ARC) $5.67
210. Basel, Edmund (The Poet Priest of the Northwest). POEMS. Privately Printed, Klenk's Modern Printery, Moorhead, 1924,
1924. First Edition. Printed wraps, stapled. 141pp. Religious poetry, but including Minnesota, the Dakotas, Fargo, Great Falls of the
Yellowstone, blizzards, etc.. Covers & last leaf are pulled from the staples, so poor condition, but usable. Rest of pages are unified as a
securely stapled text block Soiling. Last 50 pages with light waterstain. Very scarce. (#0805017) $20.25
211. Basque, Garnet. CANADA WEST MAGAZINE Vol 7, No 2, Summer 1977. Langley: Stagecoach, 1977. First Thus. 1st
printing thus. Small magazine-sized pictorial & printed wraps. 40pp. Illustrated with both vintage & contemporary photos, & the
editor's interesting drawings. Maps. Articles: Prohibition And The Runners Of Rum, Phantom of the Unuk, Murder At The Mount
Sicker Hotel, The Silk Connection, West Kootenay Memories, Wild Old Days, Victoria's First Mayor Was A Character. This several
year running, rather limited print historical magazine, now long out of print, was always one of your bookseller's favorites. Near fine.
212. Basque, Garnet. GHOST TOWNS & MINING CAMPS OF THE BOUNDARY COUNTRY. Langley, BC: Sunfire, 1992.
First Edition. 1st printing. 4to pictorial wraps. 151pp. Illustrated in b/w & color. Index. Maps. Sites on the British Columbia side of
the international boundary. Rock Creek, Greenwood, Phoenix, et. al.. Excellent resource well-designed & printed. Near fine.
213. Basso, Matthew L., (Ed.). MEN AT WORK Rediscovering Depression-Era Stories from the Federal Writers' Project. Salt
Lake City: Univ of Utah, 2012. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 328pp. Illus. Contributors' Biographies. Fine. (#SHEL514)
214. Basye, Dale E. (Signed). Rapacia The Second Circle of Heck. New York: Random House, 2009. First Edition. Hardbound.
362pp. Illust. Signed by Basye. Fine, like new in dj. (#P1023) $17.43
215. Basye, Dale E. Heck (Signed) Where the Bad Kids Go. New York: Random House Childrens Books, 2008. First Edition.
Hardbound. 288 pp. Signed & dated by Basye shortly after publication. "When Milton and Marlo Fauster die in a marshmallow-bear
explosion, they get sent straight to Heck, an otherworldly reform school." Fine, like new in dj. (#SHEL262)
216. Batdorf, Carol. THE TALKING STICK Salish Indian Legends as Told and Illustrated by (author). n.p.: Privately Printed,
1985. First Edition. 1st printing. Oblong pictorial wraps in comb binding. 54pp. Illus. Map. Batdorf is the author of several children's
book celebrating NW Indian culture. Well-executed, dramatic pen & ink drawings. Three pages of explanations in the back. Near fine.
Scarce. (#1408017)
217. Bateman, Robert & Ramsay Derry (text). THE ART OF ROBERT BATEMAN. NY, 1981., 1981. First Edition. Oblong folio
cloth with blindstamped lettering. 178pp. Beautifully illustrated. Introduction by Roger Tory Peterson. The first major book of the
renowned wildlife artist's work. Fine in dj. Oversized. (#9011008)
218. Bateman, Teresa. Illustrated by Greg Spalenka. THE EYES OF THE UNICORN (Signed). Holiday House, NY, 2007, 2007.
First Edition. Folio pictorial hardbound. Unpaginated. Signed by Bateman & dated "2007". "The duke's castle is abuzz with rumors
that a unicorn must be near... Greedy for the unicorn's magical horn and valuable hide, the duke and his men prepare to hunt it down."
(from the dj). A beautiful illustrated children's book. Fine, like new in dj. (#5019019)
219. Bates, Colonel Charles Francis. CUSTER'S INDIAN BATTLES. Bronxville: Privately Published, 1936. First Edition.
Apparently 1st printing. 4to pictorial wraps. 36pp. Illus. Maps. On copyright page (1st page) is ink stamp of "Mary Jane Williams
Battlefield Souvenir Shop Crow Agency, Mont." Tape mark near bottom of covers at binding, else vg. Luther 121. (#1209013)
220. Batres, Oscar Castaneda. REVOLUCION MEXICANA Y CONSTITUCION DE 1917 --- 1876 - 1938 (Documentos para la
Historia Mexico Independiente). Villa Alvaro Obregon: Banco Internacional & Miguel Angel Porrua, 1988. First Edition. 1st
printing ltd to 6,000 copies. 4to buckram (heavy thread cloth). Three gilt-stamped, leather labels (title & publisher on cover; title on
spine) affixed by publisher on the covers. 429pp. Illustrated with understated gray woodcuts & photos. Document facsimiles
throughout. One fold-out document headed by large b/w photo of some serious-looking important men at a microphone. Printed
entirely in Spanish. Although produced in the above noted number of copies, this is a very scarce volume. Scuffing to main leather
label, else fine. No dj undoubtedly as issued. (#1302014)
221. Bauer, Alan L., & Nelson, Dan A. BEST DESERT HIKES IN WASHINGTON (Signed). The Mountaineers, Seattle, 2004,
2004. First Edition. 1st edition. Trade pictorial wraps. 250pp. Illust. Maps. Index. Appendices. Presentation copy signed by Bauer.
Fine, as new. (#0505006) $13.12
222. Bauer, Clyde Max. THE STORY OF YELLOWSTONE GEYSERS. Yellowstone Park & St. Paul, 1937., 1937. First Edition.
Pictorial cloth. 135pp. Illustrations by Haynes. Map. Private library book with back pocket & couple of address labels & fos. Short ink
mark under "Geysers" on title page. Moderately soiled. Soiled. Good+. (#9908024)
223. Bauer, Peggy; Bauer, Erwin A. PHOTOGRAPHING THE NORTH AMERICAN WEST How and Where to Capture
Nature on Film. Seattle: Pacific Search Press, 1987. First Thus. 4to pictorial glossy wraps. 119pp. Beautifully illustrated with Bauer
photographs. Index. Fine. (#0903016)
224. Baughman, Theodore. THE OKLAHOMA SCOUT. Chicago: Homewood, 1890. Reprint. Decorated cloth. 216pp. Illus. The
circa 1890 reprint of an 1886 frontier memoir: Civil War, Arizona, Kansas, Oklahoma & Indian Territory, cattle trade. Waterstain on
back cover; good reading copy. Herd 224. (#1209014)
225. Bayanov, Dmitri. AMERICA'S BIGFOOT: FACT, NOT FICTION - U. S. Evidence Verified in RUSSIA. Moscow,
Russia: Crypto Logos, 1997. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 221pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index of Names. Maps. Signed by
Bayanov & also his publisher from the International Center of Hominology, Igor Bourtsev. Bayanov, Bourtsev, & their colleagues'
analysis verified to their satisfaction the authenticity of the famous 1967 Northern California Patterson - Gimlin Bigfoot film. Very
scarce in the Russian edition & rare signed. THIS BOOK IS IN ENGLISH. Near fine. (#1307007)$200.10
226. Bayanov, Dmitri. BIGFOOT RESEARCH : The Russian Vision. Surrey & Blaine: Hancock House Publishers, 2011. First
Thus. 1st printing this edition, with content same as the Russian publication in English in 2007. Pictorial glossy wraps. 431pp. Illus.
Bibliographies. Index. The author's collected papers as a hominologist, most of them published in scientific journals, with new
material. Those interested in the possible existence of Sasquatch in western North America (and elsewhere) will find this text
fascinating, but sometimes heavy, reading. Fine, as new. (#SHEL472) $48.56
227. Bayfield, Capt. Henry Wolsey. McKenzie, Ruth, (Ed.). THE ST. LAWRENCE SURVEY JOURNALS OF CAPTAIN
HENRY WOLSEY BAYFIELD 1829 - 1853. The Champlain Society, Toronto, 1984, 1984. First Edition. 1st edition ltd to 1,350
copies, this copy unnumbered. Royal 8vo red cloth with gilt-stamped spine. Appendices. Illustrated. Volume I. Uncut, untrimmed,
unopened. Fine in plain white dj with printed backstrip and felt pen number. (#0505007) $31.16
BROWNING INTERESTS. Waco: Baylor, 1927. First Edition. Printed wraps. 51pp. Photos. Volume XXX, #4 of the bulletin.
Chipped ex-lib, but very scarce. Dec., 1927 (#0903017)
229. Bazin, Germain. A COLOR SLIDE TOUR OF THE LOUVRE PARIS. Abrams, NY, 1960, 1960. First Edition. 4to pict
hardbound. Unpag. Pictures of some of The Louvre's greatest paintings reproduced not in color, but in black & white. Unfortunately,
only 1 photo slide/transparency out of 32 called for is present. A small 33 1/3 rpm record for all 32 paintings, narrated by Vincent
Price, is included with this book. The jacket is attached to the rear paste down. Fine copy. Somewhat scarce. (#FTR4.2)
230. Beal, M. D. (Merrill D.). HISTORY OF SOUTHEASTERN IDAHO (Signed). Caldwell: Caxton, 1942. First Edition. Cloth.
443pp. Illust. Bibliography. Notes. Index. Warm 1/2 page presentation inscription signed by Beal to bookseller/collector Jerome
Peltier, & dated "Grass Moon, 3 suns, 1947 snows." Indians, trappers, pioneer life, Mormons & Brigham Young, frontiersmen,
mining, missions, settlers, stage-coaching & freighting, cowboys, outlaws, farming, etc. Chapter on Chief Joseph. Fine in dj with half dozen or so medium chips. Small price sticker mark on ffep. Very scarce. 6-guns 172, Herd 227. (#0903018)
231. Bear, Greg. DEAD LINES (Signed). Random House, NY, 2004, 2004. ARC. Advance Uncorrected Proofs. Trade decorated
wraps. 246pp. Signed & dated by Bear. Fine used condition. (#5015021bARC) $20.25
232. Bear, Greg. MARIPOSA (Signed). Philadelphia: Vanguard, 2009. ARC. Advance Copy. Glossy pictorial wraps. 340pp. Signed
& dated by Bear. "A Quantico Novel." Fine copy. (#P2087ARC)
233. Beaty, John Y. FUN ON THE FARM Stories and Pictures. Chicago: M. A. Donohue & Co, 1933. First Edition. 4to pictorial
hardbound, paper over boards with cloth spine. Unpag. Illustrated with b/w farm photos. Idealistic picture of kids growing up on a
farm; sometimes it WAS fun, and animals were both interesting & frustrating. One-half of spine peeled back. Book still stable.
234. Beaufrand, Mary Jane (Signed). THE RIVER A Novel. New York: Little Brown & Co, 2010. ARC. Pictorial wraps. Advance
Reading Copy. 215 pp. Fine. (#P3086ARC) $7.75
235. Beaver, Herbert; Thomas E. Jessett, Edit. REPORTS AND LETTERS OF HERBERT BEAVER 1836 - 1838 Chaplain to
the Hudson's Bay Company and Missionary to the Indians at Fort Vancouver. Portland: Champoeg, 1959. Limited First Edition.
Ltd to 750 copies. Decorated cloth. 148pp. A number of leaves unopened/uncut, thus an unread copy. Fine. No dj (any issued?).
n.p.: No Publisher Stated, 1960. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to pictorial wraps. 272pp. Illus. Tables. Maps. A huge amount of
information. Lower margin of first few pps & cover slightly creased. Uncommon. (#1506010)
237. Beck, Horace P. THE AMERICAN INDIAN AS A SEA-FIGHTER. Mystic CT: Marine Historical Assoc, 1959. First
Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 92pp. Illus. Ex-library. Good. Crease on back cover. (#1302015)
238. Beck, Warren A. THE CALIFORNIA EXPERIENCE A Literary Odyssey. Santa Barbara & SLC: Peregrine Smith, 1976.
First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 343pp. "Review" written inside front cover. "California - from the 16th century to the
present - as seen through the eyes of writers of fiction." Tiny foxing spots fore edge. Near fine. (#1402006) $10.01
239. Becker, Bonny; Denton, Kady MacDonald. A BEDTIME FOR BEAR (Signed). Somerville: Candlewick Press, 2010. First
Edition. 1st printing. Oblong 4to pictorial hardbound. Unpag. Illus. Signed by Becker. An instant classic of children's illustrated
books. Fine in dj. (#5005061)
240. Becker, Bonny. A BIRTHDAY FOR BEAR (Signed). Somerville MA: Candlewick Press, 2012. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to
oblong pictorial hardbound. Unpag. Illustrated children's book. Signed (signed only) by Becker on title page. Fine, like new in dj.
241. Becker, Bonny. Holbrook, a Lizard's Tale. Clarion, 2006. First Edition. 1st printing. Hardbound. 150pp. Illustrated by Abby
Carter. For young readers. Fine, like new in dj. (#5001080) $12.15
242. Beckham, Stephen Dow. THE INDIANS OF WESTERN OREGON This Land Was Theirs (Signed). Coos Bay: Arago,
1978. 4to pictorial wraps. 236pp. Illustrated with a variety of vintage prints & photos. Notes. Glossary. Index. Signed by Beckham.
Well researched & documented, informative for the armchair historian & professional alike. Moderate browning to cover edges; small
blemish on edge of front cover. Good +. (#1104008)
243. Bedichek, Roy. THE SENSE OF SMELL. Garden City, 1960., 1960. First Edition. Stated First Edition. Cloth & boards.
264pp. The noted Texas naturalist's somewhat obscure book, "A fascinating account of the olfactory sense in animals, insects, and
birds." Introduction by Bedichek's dear friend, J. Frank Dobie. Bookseller's label. Vg in moderately worn dj. Scarce in the U.S. first
edition. (#9711017)
244. Bedingfield, John W. (Dub). I CLAIM THIS LIFE or Looking Back at the Seven Bar (Signed). n.p.: Privately Printed,
1977. First Edition. Small 8vo gilt-stamped cloth. 134pp. Small drawings. General inscription by author to no one in particular.
"events and impressions of life on a New Mexico homestead and cattle ranch" 1915-1924. Fine in dj. (#SHEL678) $14.85
245. Beebe, Lucius; Clegg, Charles. NARROW GAUGE IN THE ROCKIES (Signed). Berkeley: Howell-North, 1958.
Limited/Numbered. Ltd edition, #228 of 850 copies. Gilt-stamped 4to cloth. 224pp. Profusely illustrated. Hand-drawn folding map in
back pocket: "Common Carrier Narrow Gauge Railroads in Colorado Since 1870." Signed by both Beebe & Clegg. A wonderful book
for railroad buffs. Fine in original glassine dj & in fine original color illustrated slip case. (#1307008)
246. Beebe, Lucius; Clegg, Charles. THE TRAINS WE RODE VOLUME I Alton - New York Central. San Diego: HowellNorth, 1980. 2nd Edition. 1st printing of 2nd edition. Cloth. 465pp. Illustrated profusely with vintage photos. The usual good produce
from this pair of authors. Fine in vg dj which has top edge moderately worn. (#SHEL658)
247. Beelart, Joe; Olson, Cliff. THE OREGON BIGFOOT HIGHWAY Over a century of Bigfoot tales along Oregon's
National Scenic Highway No. 5 (Signed). (Portland): Willamette City Press LLC, 2015. First Edition. This book is print on demand
privately published, but with excellent values much better than may pod books. This is the first edition prior to any possible later
editions. Large 8vo glossy pictorial wraps. 332pp. Strategically illustrated with b/w photos. Excellent maps. Appendices. Index in
chart form. Short bibliography. Signed by both authors. Your bookseller has reviewed this book with high marks. A unique book in
the literature with a great deal of emphasis on geography, landforms, forests, drainages, etc., all applying to the main subject. The
sasquatch, or Bigfoot, has long been associated with this specific area. The authors have great knowledge & experience. Fine, like
new. (#SHEL897)
248. Beers, Fred G. THE FIRST GENERATION: A Half-Century of Pioneering in Perry, Oklahoma. Charles Machine Works,
n.p., 1991, 1991. First Edition. Gilt-stamped hardbound. 369pp. Illust. Index. Illustrated with photos. Endpaper photos. The city of
Perry sprung up in one day at the opening of the Cherokee Strip. Good local history. Fine in edge-creased dj with short tears.
249. Beilharz, Edwin A.; Lopez, Carlos U. (Trans. & Ed.). WE WERE 49ERS!: Chilean Accounts of the California Gold Rush
(Review copy). Pasadena: Ward Ritchie Press, 1976. First Edition. Cloth. 230pp. Illus. Bibliography. Review copy with nice laid in
printed card of the publisher, & publisher's folded promo sheet. Tad bit of fore edge foxing & dj fold edge foxing. Upper front cover
corner bumped. Vg in vg dj. (#1402007)
250. Bellamy, Ralph. WHEN THE SMOKE HIT THE FAN (Signed). Garden City: Doubleday, 1979. First Edition. 1st printing.
Cloth & boards. 276pp. Illus. Index. Inscribed "To E_____ Best Wishes Ralph Bellamy". Autobiography of the fine actor. Fine in dj.
251. Bellini (Edited by Arthur Sullivan and J. Pittman). NORMA Opera in Two Acts (with Italian and English Words). New
York: Boosey & Hawkes, Inc, 0. Pictorial wrappers. 184pp. Owner's signature & address. The owner made ink notes & marks to the
score, and a 6 line glowing comment inside the back cover. Soiling & some foxing to the covers. Good+. no date. (#5003056)
Detroit: B N Pub. Co., 1937. First Edition. Blue hardbound with gilt title. 320pp. Owner's inscription says that Benbow presented this
book to him 'while on a visit to his home at Fort Madison, Iowa." This book is composed of dramatic vignettes (in play form, but
briefly) of several scenes & subjects: Chouteau & Co. fur depot, New Orleans; the Palace of Napoleon; Sac & Fox Villages of Chief
Wapello on the Mississippi; Fort Madison, Iowa; the Schooner Kenosha on the Great Lakes; the Mormon Temple Council Room in
Nauvoo; a camp at Fort Bridger, Wyoming; a Sierra Nevada mountain valley; a Sioux Indian camp with Chief Red Cloud, etc..
Appendix One, "The 'Aryan Fallacy' Anthropological Truth", appears to make the point of the book an argument against the abuse of
the term, "Aryan." Vg+ copy (no dj) of an unusual book that was apparently trying to speak to the growing Nazi Reich in Europe at
the time. Rather scarce in the 1st edition. (#0903019) $40.50
253. Benet, Stephen Vincent. WESTERN STAR. NY: Farrar & Rinehart, 1943. One-half calf & good looking brown cloth. 181pp.
Classic poem of the old Eastern frontier & westward expansion. Copies are as common as hen's teeth, but this one was rebound in a
most attractive leather & cloth binding with gilt stamped tooling & titles on the spine with two black leather labels. Marbled
endpapers. Top edge gilt. Silk ribbon. Small label of Des Forges Books De Luxe. Milwaukee is on back paste down. If you want to
own a choice copy, this is the one. (#0404009)
254. Benham, Allen R. GREEK AND LATIN: The Philosophic Tradition in Literature. n.p., (Appleton, Century, Crofts), ca
1951., 1951. First Thus. Stapled wraps. (23pp.). Offprint from The World through Literature (Appleton, Century, Crofts). Three line
presentation in ink from Behnan above title, signed by Benham, & eight line commentary on the essay & its publisher in ink under the
title, with Behnam's initials. Curling to corners. Good. ca 1951 (#5001061)
255. Bennett, Hal Zina Ph.D. ZUNI FETISHES: Using Native American Objects for Meditation, Reflection, and Insight.
Harper, NY, 1995, 1995. 7th printing. Small 4to in pictorial wraps. 170pp. Notes. Bibliography. Resources. Fine, like new.
256. Bennett, Hal Zina. ZUNI FETISHES: Using Native American Sacred Objects for Meditation, Reflection, and Insight
(Signed). NY: HarperOne, 1993. This is the 7th printing, 1996. Medium-sized 4to pictorial wraps. 170pp. Illus. Notes. Bibliography.
Resources. Signed by Bennett. Fine. (#1506011)
257. Bennett, Janey. The Pale Surface of Things (Signed). Victoria (B.C.): Hopeace Pr, 2007. First Edition. Trade wraps. 337 pp.
Signed & dated by Bennett shortly after publication. "a fast-moving novel in a Cretan village -- kidnaps and killings, prayers and
healing, ethics and ritual, and a darned good tale." Fine, like new. (#5012042) $9.84
258. Bennett, Janey. THE PALE SURFACE OF THINGS (Signed). Victoria (B.C.): Hopeace Press, 2007. First Edition. Trade
pictorial wraps. 337pp. Signed & dated by Bennett shortly after publication. "A fast-moving novel in a Cretan village -- kidnaps and
killings, prayers and healing, ethics and ritual, and a darned good tale..." Fine, like new. (#5020015)
259. Bennett, Joseph E. SIXGUNS AND MASONS: Profiles of Selected Texas Rangers and Prominent Westerners. Bandera:
Anchor Communications, 1991. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 124pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Maps. Chapters on Jones,
McNelly, Coldwell, Stoudenmire, Fountain, Poe. Fine in dj. (#1412019)
260. Benson, Elizabeth P. AN OLMEC FIGURE AT DUMBARTON OAKS. Dumbarton Oaks - Trustees for Harvard University,
Wash. D. C., 1971, 1971. First Edition. Quarto printed wraps. 39pp. Illust. Bibliography. Studies in Pre-Columbian Art &
Archaeology Number Eight. Fine copy. (#5009052) $15.79
261. Bentley, John. THE DEVIL BEHIND THEM Nine Dedicated Drivers Who Made Motor Racing History. Englewood
Cliffs: Prentice Hall, 1958. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial cloth. 249pp. Illus. Top of spine faded where there is a dj chip. Good in
spine faded dj. (#5018082)
262. Benton, Frank. COWBOY LIFE ON THE SIDETRACK Being an Extremely Humorous and Sarcastic Story of the Trials
and Tribulations Endured by a Party of Stockmen Making a Shipment from the West to the East. Denver, 1903., 1903. First
Edition. Pictorial cloth. 207pp + photo ad of Denver Union Stock Yard Co., & 2 other full page ads (Denver Live Stock Commission
Co. & Flato Commission Co.). Illust/photos. One of the classic cowboy books, from a Wyoming cowboy. References to the Union
Pacific RR. Ink gift presentation on ffep, "J. E. Poole to John MacBain Chgo (Chicago?) 12 Sep 1917". Small fos on front paste down
is inked over. Vg condition, but the 2 leaves of back ads, the last two blank pages, & the rear paste down have some thumbnail edge
shaped stains. They only intrude a bit from the edge (3/8" or less). Slight "lifting" of cloth on bottom corners of covers due to some
moisture exposure, but no stain or discoloration. Herd 249 "a humorous dig at the railroad companies for the way they handled stock
shipments." Rader 344. (#0211010)
263. Berenson-Perkins, Janet. KABBALAH DECODER: Revealing The Messages Of The Ancient Mystics. Hauppauge, New
York, U.S.A.: Barrons Educational Series Inc, 2000. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to cloth. Unpaginated. Illus. Glossary. Index. Fine in
near fine dj. (#SHEL562) $13.50
264. Berg, Norah, with Charles Samuels. LADY ON THE BEACH (Signed). NY: Prentice Hall, 1952. First Edition. 1st printing.
Cloth. 251pp. Pictorial endpapers. Nearly full page inscription on ffep from Sarge & Norah Berg, Ocean City, Wash., to famous
television personality, Arthur Godfrey of (radio program) "The Understanding Heart"... Some age browning to cover edges, else fine
in good dj with small back corner chip & some edge tears. A wonderful memoir/reflection of living on the Washington coast midcentury; laid-back beach life, etc. (#1602006)
265. Berg, W. A. MYSTERIOUS HORSES OF NORTH AMERICA (Association signed). NY: Pageant Press, 1960. First
Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 298pp. Appendix. Endpaper maps of N. A. showing migration of mustangs out of Mexico. Signed by
Lucille Berg McKie "For your library from your friend -- (sign)." Fine in dj with a few tiny chips, edge tears. (#1506012)
266. Bernhardt, C. INDIAN RAIDS IN LINCOLN COUNTY, KANSAS,1864 AND 1869 - Story of Those Killed, With a
History of the Monument Erected to Their Memory in Lincoln Court House Square, May 30, 1909. Lincoln, KS: Lincoln
Sentinel Print, 1910. First Edition. 1st printing. Printed wraps; cover with decorative border. Red image of American flag on back
cover. 62pp. Illus. Fldg map. Laid in is stapled 8pp promo, "Subscribers To Lincoln Memorial Monument Fund", with list of dozens
of named subscribers & the amount they pledged. Soliciting committee was Bernhardt, H. C. Bradbury, & J. S. Strange. This book
was staple bound with the covers glued to the spine. The covers are pulling loose at the spine. Tiny chip to upper cover corner at spine,
else vg taking into consideration the pulling at spine. (#1506013)
267. Berry, Susan, and Sharman Apt Russell. BUILT TO LAST An Architectural History of Silver City, New Mexico (Signed).
Silver City: Silver City Museum Soc., 1995. Revised Edition. Revised 2nd Edition. 4to pictorial wraps. 132pp. Illust. Index. Signed by
Berry. Owner's address label on title page. Upper corner of text block mildly bumped. Near vg thus. (#0909020)
268. Berthrong, Donald J. THE SOUTHERN CHEYENNES. Norman, 1963., 1963. First Edition. 1st edition. Pictorial cloth.
446pp. Illust. Vg in pc dj (price sticker abrasion to top right front panel of dj). An extensive, thorough, scholarly treatment.
269. Berton, Pierre. THE MYSTERIOUS NORTH. Toronto, 1956., 1956. First Edition. 1st Canadian edition. Decor cloth. 345pp.
Illust. One of Berton's earliest books & scarce in this edition, especially with good+ dj. Includes "The Legend of Headless Valley."
Some tape residue on endpapers, else vg in very slightly chipped dj. (#9011022)$32.80
270. Bertram, Robert (Edit.). THE LIVELY FUNCTION OF THE GOSPEL. Corncordia, St. Louis, 1966, 1966. First Edition.
Cloth. 196pp. Bibliography. "Essays in honor of Richard R. Caemmerer on completion of 25 years as professor of practical theology
at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. Essays by Caemmerer, Robert Schultz, F. Dean Lueking, Paul W. F. Harms, Kenneth Korby,
Edward H. Schroeder, Martin E. Marty, Robert T. Hoeferkamp, David S. Schuller, & Richard E. Koenig. A couple of essays have a
little bit of underlining. A private library pocket & card on on the front paste down. Else fine in dj. Scarce. (#THEOSHEL198)
271. Bethune, Pearl E. A TEXAS CHILD'S HARVEST: For Anyone Who Has Ever Been a Child (Signed). Austin: Bethune
Pubns, 1988. Limited First Edition. Small gilt-stamped 4to cloth. 63pp. Ltd to 500 copies. Illustrated in b/w with mainly family
photos. Warmly inscribed by Bethune in 1990. Also, laid in is an a.l.s. (signed, written letter, 1 page) from Bethune to the same
recipient. A Texas family memoir, with some poetry. Bethune was "busily engaged in the researching and writing of Texana". She
was "born and reared" at Hilda. Fine in dj with some light stain near fore edge of back panel. Scarce. (#1111008) $60.78
272. Beyer, Suzanne G.; Pfarr, John S. THE INVENTOR'S FORTUNE Up for Grabs - The legacy of the expansion bracelet
(Signed). Bothell, WA: Book Publishers Network, 2011. First Edition. Pictorial glossy wraps. 148pp. Illus. Signed by both authors.
From the back cover: "In 1913, Art Hadley invented the expansion bracelet... and amassed considerable wealth. He passed it on to his
children, but when they died, Art's fortune was up for grabs." Fine. (#5023028) $20.25
Louis: The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, 1975. First Edition. Printed wraps. 22pp. A publication of the CTCR (Commission on
Theology and Church Relations). Useful, if dated. Vg. (#THEOSHEL402)
274. Bickham, William Dennison; Ham, Randall E. (Ed.). A BUCKEYE IN THE LAND OF GOLD: The Letters and Journal of
William Dennison Bickham (American Trail Series, 19). Spokane: Arthur H. Clark Company, 1996. Limited First Edition. 1st
printing ltd to 790 copies. Gilt-stamped cloth. 286pp. Index. Bibliography. Map. A California gold rush item written by a Cincinnati
newspaper reporter. Fine, no dj as issued. Clark 20. (#1602007)
275. Biespiel, David (Edit.). LONG JOURNEY (Signed) Contemporary Northwest Poets. Oregon State, Corvallis, 2006, 2006.
First Edition. Glossy pictorial wraps. 329pp. Signed & dated by Biespiel. Features "the work of poets from Alaska, British Columbia,
Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and western Montana." Fine, as new. (#0611017) $22.96
276. Biggs, Bruce. LET'S LEARN MAORI A Self-Help Guide to the Study of Maori Language. n.p.: Privately Printed, 0. First
Thus. No printing stated; used by a college professor. Mimeograph printed probably, with metal bracket binding. 196pp. Also, 1 page
Addenda and Corringenda. Library call number on front cover. Owner's signature & his name/address stamp. Vg. (#SHEL808)
277. Biggs, Bruce. THE STRUCTURE OF NEW ZEALAND MAAORI (Maori). Auckland: Privately Printed, 1961. Offprint.
Offprinted from Anthropological Linguistic, vol. 3, No. 3. Printed library boards with call number on spine; fos/address stamp of a
professor inside front board. 54pp. Very scarce. Good copy. (#SHEL807)
278. Bille, Matthew A., Editor. EXOTIC ZOOLOGY The Bimonthly Magazine of Cryptozoology. Colo Springs: Exotic
Zoology, 1995. First Thus. Printed wraps. 8pp. Illus. Vol 2, #5; September / October 1995. Contents include "Brazil's Barrel of
Monkeys", "King Bee", "Cadborosaurus Willsi". Also "News and Comment" & other editorial material, reviews, & announcements.
Fine. (#SHEL630)
279. Bille, Matthew A., Editor. EXOTIC ZOOLOGY The Bimonthly Magazine of Cryptozoology. Colo Springs: Exotic
Zoology, 1996. First Thus. Printed wraps. 8pp. Illus. Vol 3, # 2. March / April 1996. Contents include "Australia's Shadow Predators",
"More on Symbion Pandora". Also "News and Comment" & other editorial material, reviews, & announcements. Fine. (#SHEL631)
280. Bille, Matthew A., Editor. EXOTIC ZOOLOGY The Bimonthly Magazine of Cryptozoology. Colo Springs: Exotic
Zoology, 1996. First Thus. Printed wraps. 8pp. Illus. Vol 3, # 3. May / June 1996. Contents include "Recent Discoveries: New
Animals Around the World". Also "News and Comment" & other editorial material, reviews, & announcements. Fine. (#SHEL632)
281. Bille, Matthew A., Editor. EXOTIC ZOOLOGY The Bimonthly Magazine of Cryptozoology. Colo Springs: Exotic
Zoology, 1996. First Thus. Printed wraps. 8pp. Illus. Vol 3, # 4. July / August 1996. Contents include "Discoveries: The Newest
Primates", "Resources: Cryptozoology on te Internet". Also "News and Comment" & other editorial material, reviews, &
announcements. Fine. (#SHEL633)
282. Bille, Matthew A., Editor. EXOTIC ZOOLOGY The Bimonthly Magazine of Cryptozoology. Colo Springs: Exotic
Zoology, 1996. First Thus. Printed wraps. 8pp. Illus. Vol 3, # 5. Sept / Oct 1996. Contents include "Rediscoveries: Search for the
Woolly Squirrel", "Mystery Animals: Bardia's Giant Reptiles", "Is the Yeti Still Out There?". Also "News and Comment" & other
editorial material, reviews, & announcements. Fine. (#SHEL634)
283. Bille, Matthew A., Editor. EXOTIC ZOOLOGY The Bimonthly Magazine of Cryptozoology. Colo Springs: Exotic
Zoology, 1997. First Thus. Printed wraps. 8pp. Illus. Vol 4, # 2. March / April 1997. Contents include "Recent Discoveries: Fishing in
South America", "Are There Narwhals in the Southern Hemisphere?". Also "News and Comment" & other editorial material, reviews,
& announcements. Fine. (#SHEL635)
284. Bille, Matthew A., Editor. EXOTIC ZOOLOGY The Bimonthly Magazine of Cryptozoology. Colo Springs: Exotic
Zoology, 1997. First Thus. Printed wraps. 8pp. Illus. Vol 4, # 3. May / June 1997. Contents include "Mystery Animals: The Enduring
'Sea Serpent'". Also "News and Comment" & other editorial material, reviews, & announcements. Fine. (#SHEL636)
285. Bille, Matthew A., Editor. EXOTIC ZOOLOGY The Bimonthly Magazine of Cryptozoology. Colo Springs: Exotic
Zoology, 1997. First Thus. Printed wraps. 8pp. Illus. Vol 4, # 4. July / August 1997. Contents include "Mystery Animals: Primates in
the Shadows'", "Recent Discoveries: News From Paleontology". Also "News and Comment" & other editorial material, reviews, &
announcements. Fine. (#SHEL637)
286. Bille, Matthew A., Editor. EXOTIC ZOOLOGY The Bimonthly Magazine of Cryptozoology. Colo Springs: Exotic
Zoology, 1997. First Thus. Printed wraps. 8pp. Illus. Vol 4, # 5. September / October 1997. Contents include "Cryptids That Never
Were", "Mystery Animals: The Southern White Whale". Also "News and Comment" & other editorial material, reviews, &
announcements. Fine. (#SHEL638)
287. Bille, Matthew A., Editor. EXOTIC ZOOLOGY The Bimonthly Magazine of Cryptozoology. Colo Springs: Exotic
Zoology, 1997. First Thus. Printed wraps. 8pp. Illus. Vol 4, # 6. November / December 1997. Contents include "Mystery Animals:
Bringing Back the Dead", "Resources: A Basic Library of Cryptozoology". Also "News and Comment" & other editorial material,
reviews, & announcements. Fine. (#SHEL639)
288. Bille, Matthew A., Editor. EXOTIC ZOOLOGY The Bimonthly Magazine of Cryptozoology. Colo Springs: Exotic
Zoology, 1998. First Thus. Printed wraps. 7pp. Illus. Vol 5, # 1. January / February 1998. Contents include "Mystery Animals: The
Classic Mysteries", "News Flash: New Finds from South America". Also "News and Comment" & other editorial material, reviews, &
announcements. Fine. (#SHEL640)
289. Bille, Matthew A., Editor. EXOTIC ZOOLOGY The Bimonthly Magazine of Cryptozoology. Colo Springs: Exotic
Zoology, 1998. First Thus. Printed wraps. 8pp. Illus. Vol 5, # 3. May / June 1998. Contents include "Mystery Animals: Whatever
Happened to Loch Ness". Also "News and Comment" & other editorial material, reviews, & announcements. Fine. (#SHEL641)
290. Bille, Matthew A., Editor. EXOTIC ZOOLOGY The Bimonthly Magazine of Cryptozoology. Colo Springs: Exotic
Zoology, 1998. First Thus. Printed wraps. 8pp. Illus. Vol 5, # 5. September / October 1998. Contents include "Mystery Animals:The
Top Five". Also "News and Comment" & other editorial material, reviews, & announcements. Fine. (#SHEL643) $9.00
291. Bille, Matthew A., Editor. EXOTIC ZOOLOGY The Bimonthly Magazine of Cryptozoology. Colo Springs: Exotic
Zoology, 1999. First Thus. Printed wraps. 8pp. Illus. Vol 6, # 2. April / June 1999. Contents include "Resources: Back To The
Internet". Also "News and Comment" & other editorial material, reviews, & announcements. Fine. (#SHEL644)
292. Bille, Matthew A., Editor. EXOTIC ZOOLOGY The Bimonthly Magazine of Cryptozoology. Colo Springs: Exotic
Zoology, 1999. First Thus. Printed wraps. 8pp. Illus. Vol 6, # 4. July - September 1999. Contents include "Discovery: A New Coati",
"What Is Cryptozoology, "Discoveries: Herre, There, Everywhere". Also "News and Comment" & other editorial material, reviews, &
announcements. Fine. (#SHEL646)
293. Billington, Dottie, Ph. D. LIFE IS AN ATTITUDE (Signed) How to Grow Forever Better. Lowell, Sammamish, 2000,
2000. First Edition. 1st printing. Quite small 4to pict wraps. 276pp. Index. Signed by Billington. "Secrets of the Fountain of Youth
Revealed." "46 inspiring ways to make the rest of your life the most dynamic and fulfilling of all." The author has her Ph.D. in adult
development. Fine. (#5004027)
294. Billington, Ray Allen. THE AMERICAN FRONTIER. Wash DC, 1958., 1958. First Thus. Wraps. 32pp. Essay on Turner's
Frontier Hypothesis. Vg. (#9908028)
295. Billington, Ray Allen. LAND OF SAVAGERY LAND OF PROMISE The European Image of the American Frontier.
NY, 1981., 1981. First Edition. Cloth. 364pp. Illust. Vg in pc dj. (#9402018)
296. Bindernagel, John A., Ph.D. THE DISCOVERY OF THE SASQUATCH Reconciling Culture, History, and Science in the
Discovery Process (Signed). Courtenay, B.C.: Beachcomber, 2010. First Edition. Royal 8vo pictorial glossy wraps. 307pp. Illus.
Extensive Notes. Bibliography. Index. Maps. Foreword by Leila Hadj-Chikh. Signed by Bindernagel. One of the most important
books on the subject written to date, & a natural development from the author's earlier book. Dr. Bindernagel, a wildlife biologist of
over forty years experience, explains the scientific process of recognizing the discovery of a new species, & the reasons for resistance
to it. He argues with serious presentation & analysis of evidence that the sasquatch is a discovered, but scientifically unacknowledged
mammal. Several heretofore unpublished accounts from the mid 1800's to the present are included This is a very, very important book
if you have an interest in this subject. (#SHEL902) $79.50
297. Bird, Annie Laurie. BOISE THE PEACE VALLEY. Caldwell: Caxton, 1934. First Edition. 1st edition. Small 8vo giltstamped pictorial cloth. 408pp. Index. Some edge & spine fading; vg in pc dj chipped at bottom & top of backstrip. An Idaho classic.
298. Birdseye, Tom. STORM MOUNTAIN (Signed). New York: Holiday House, Incorporated, 2010. First Edition. 1st printing.
Hardbound. 135pp. Signed & dated by Birdseye 2010. Fine in dj. (#SHEL710) $6.50
299. Birkby, Robert. Mountain Madness (Signed) Scott Fischer, Mount Everest & a Life Lived on High. New York: Citadel Pr,
2008. ARC. Advance Uncorrected Proof. Glossy pictorial wraps. 334pp. Notes. Selected Bibliography. Signed & dated by Birkby prepub. (#5021032ARC)
300. Bisbee, Frederick A. A CALIFORNIA PILGRIMAGE A Souvenir of the United Universalist Conventions California,
1915. Boston: Murray Press, 1915. First Edition. 1st printing. Orange cloth.124pp. Illus. A rather romantic, but quite readable account
of travel to California. Fine. No dj, probably as issued. Scarce. (#1402010)
301. Black Bart). $1,000 REWARD FOR THE APPREHENSION OF BLACK BART, Po8. Berkeley: The Archetype Press,
1939. Limited First Edition. Paper. Not a book. Limited to 111 copies. Fine press broadside 12 3/4" x 17 1/2", printed by hand. #4 of
The Broadside Club Series, this one published Feb. 18, 1939. Masthead with classic Western type fonts. Two columns of print: "The
Collected Works of B. B." (selections from the poetry of the famous stagecoach robber, including, "I've labored long and hard for
bread / for honor and for riches / But on my corns too long you've tred / You fine haired sons of Bitches".). Second column is
"Ambrose Bierce On Black Bart's Release From San Quentin" first published in the San Francisco Examiner Jan. 29, 1888. A fine
unmatted & unframed piece. (#1011009) $202.60
302. Black Bart). BLACK BART ROCK Real Photo Post Card (RPPC) "Scene of many stage holdups Near Willitts
California. (Willitts): n.p., 1942. Postcard. Not a book. Black & white RPPC. " Used with ink note on back addressed to someone in
L. A.. Canceled Jun 29, 1942. Fine condition. (#1011010)
303. Black Bison, The -- History of Indians). LE BISON NOIR Histoire D'Indiens. Lausanne, 1896., 1896. First Edition. 1st
edition? Bright pictorial paper over 12mo boards. 79pp. Illust with 6 excellent, bright, dramatic color graveurs. A French novel of the
American West & the Comanche Indians. Light edgewear & moderate soiling. Vg. Apparently quite scarce. (#9410010)
304. Black, Arthur. Black Gold : Nuggets from a Lifetime of Laughs. Madeira Park, BC, Canada: Harbour Publishing Company,
Limited, 2006. 2nd printing. Trade pictorial wraps. 268pp. Canadian humor. Laid in publishers bookmark promo. Fine, like new.
305. Black, Holly; DiTerlizzi, Tony. THE WRATH OF MULGARATH - THE SPIDERWICK CHRONICLES - Book Five of
Five (Signed). NY: Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, 2004. First Edition. 1st printing. Small 8vo pictorial hardbound. 139pp.
Illus. Signed on title page by both DiTerlizzi & Black. Fine, like new. (#5009080)
306. Blackburn, Bob L.; Meredith, Mary Ellen; Oklahoma County Historical Society. HEART OF THE PROMISED LAND OKLAHOMA COUNTY An Illustrated History. Windsor Pub., Woodland Hills, 1982, 1982. First Edition. 4to gilt-stamped cloth.
264pp. Nicely illustrated with vintage photos. Index. Bibliography. Nice survey of the county formed after the 1889 run. Near fine in
corner worn dj. (#0711426)
307. Blanchard, Leola Howard. CONQUEST OF SOUTHWEST KANSAS (Signed). Wichita: Wichita Eagle Press, 1931. First
Edition. Small 8vo pictorial cloth. 355pp. Illust. Signed. "Leola Howard Blanchard, Garden City Kansas". Business card laid in of
Postmaster, R.E. Stotts, of Garden City, Ka., dated 3-14-40. Chock full of information: people, dates, events. Of Oklahoma interest
because of the inter-relationship of the cattle industry in the region. Vg+. Very scarce. 6-guns 221, Herd 275, SFT 58, Rader 383.
308. Blanding, Don. TODAY IS HERE (Signed). NY: Dodd, Mead & Co, 1946. First Edition. The beautiful design on the front
cover is all in gilt except for lettering & image highlights. Cloth. 143pp. Illustrated with nice woodcuts by Blanding. Signed "Aloha
Don Blanding" with his device. Custom bookplate on front paste down. A bit musty, but vg in dj with closed triangle tear & tiny
chips. (#5019045)
309. Blank, Robert H. INDIVIDUALISM IN IDAHO: The Territorial Foundations. WSU, Pullman, 1988, 1988. First Thus.
Pictorial trade wraps. 110pp. Illust. Appendix. Extensive Notes. Bibliography. Index. Ex-lib. Nice reading copy. (#0603023) $4.95
310. Blankenship, Russell. AND THERE WERE MEN (Signed). NY: Knopf, 1942. First Edition. 1st printing. 300pp. Striking
photo illustrations in sepia by Asahel Curtis, Lee Morehouse, et. al. Glossary. Index. Signed by Blankenship on t-p. Chapters on Chief
Joseph, Joab Powell, Bill Potter, William Keil, "The Walla Walla Jesus", the vigilantes of Montana, et. al.. Spine is slightly pushed.
Vg+ in edgeworn dj with chip on back panel at backstrip. Very scarce signed. 6-guns 223, Smith 887. (#1204010) $101.30
311. Blasingame, Ike. DAKOTA COWBOY My Life in the Old Days (signed lay-ins). NY: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1958. First
Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 317pp. Illustrated with drawings by John Mariani. Endpaper maps of the Dakota Reservation Range with
brands. This copy, itself, is not signed, but three laid in items are: 1) fine glossy photo (3 1/2" x 6") of Blasingame posing horseback.
2) paper slip 3 3/4"x 6" on light stock, "To Melvin J. Nichols Regards from an old Bronc rider Ike Blasingame 1959". 3) Full page
TLS (typed letter signed) from Blasingame to Nichols dated March 21,1959 from Avenal, California, containing nice content about
book which had just won a Westerners award, & other personal references. One of the great range country memoirs. Fine in dj. Rare
with this combination of added material. Dykes 44 & 44 #45. (#1402011)
312. Blatner, David. SPECTRUMS Our Mind-Boggling Universe from Infinitesimal to Infinity (Signed). NY: Walker & Co,
2012. First Edition. 1st printing. Medium-sized 4to cloth. 183pp. Inscribed to someone & signed/dated by author. A fascinating book.
Fine in dj. (#SHEL789) $25.00
313. Blau, Irene. A Tour of Germantown History. Germantown (Wisconsin): Germantown Junior Women's Club, 1970. Printed
wrappers. (16pp). Illustrated with drawings. Map. This little pamphlet has some useful information about this town in southern
Wisconsin west of Mequon. "This is the story of our village as told from the sites of the past... proud buildings and structures that still
live to tell the tale..." Scarce item. Originally stapled, but staples were carefully pulled out of it, apparently intentionally. Folded sheets
lay inside of each other. Fine. (#5008081) $16.20
314. Blenheim, Ontario). VISITOR'S GUIDE TO BLENHEIM AND VICINITY. Blenheim: Chamber of Commerce, 1946. First
Thus. Tall pictorial wraps, 4 3/4" x 8 1/8". 19pp. Ink stamp of Forsyth's Service Station on top of front cover. Center facing pages with
map of area around Blenheim & sketch map of north shore of Lake Erie. Stained and with a couple of edge chips, but still a useful
brochure with some merchant ads & lodgings. Good. 1946, July. (#5021039) $12.15
315. Blennerhassett, Lady. (Madame de Stael). MADAME DE STAEL Her Friends, and Her Influence in Politics and
Literature. Chapman & Hall, London, 1889, 1889. First Thus. 1st edition in English, translated & slightly abridged by J. E. Gordon
Cumming from "Frau von Stael - Ihre Freunds und ehre Bedeutung in Pokitik und Literature". Three volumes in half red leather &
pink marbled boards. Matching marbled endpapers. 464pp, 546pp, 609pp. Frontispiece: Madame de Stael. Gilt trimmed along the
leather sections. Spines elegantly gilded with decorative devices & title/author. Gilt letter "N" on lower spines, and gilt bees on top &
bottom of spines. The latter are, of course, emblematic of the empires of Napoleon I & Napoleon III. De Stael, born Anne Louise
Germaine Necker. Historical information has her banned from France by Napoleon I. Her writings & novels further infuriated him.
This set in better than very good condition, the exception being that on the final index page of volume III, there is a very short edge
tear (1/2") closed & collateral creases. Parallel creases to following blank page before endpaper. They have been somewhat pressed
out. Some, but not all of the upper fore corners have just enough wear so that that the boards underneath are exposed. A most
attractive set with appropriate gilding to the subject. Very scarce. (#5007038) $405.00
316. Blessing, Marlene (Ed.). A ROAD OF HER OWN: Women's Journeys in the West (Signed). Fulcrum, Golden, 2002, 2002.
First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 211pp. Bios of contributors. Signed & dated by Blessing shortly after publication. True life
personal stories from women writers in the West all the way up to Yukon Territory. Fine, like new in dj. (#0805018)
317. Blevins, Winfred. GIVE YOUR HEART TO THE HAWKS A Tribute to the Mountain Men. L.A.: Nash, 1973. First
Edition. Stated 1st printing, but 2nd issue or impression which is only determined by the width of the book signifying the paper used
in printing. Both the 1st & 2nd issue copies state 1st printing on the copyright page.Cloth. 349pp. Illus. Maps. Chronology. Glossary.
Notes. Bibliography. Index. Endpaper maps, "Rocky Mountain Fur Trading Area, 1806-1843." An acclaimed book & "Tribute to the
first Westerners". Fine, excellent copy in dj. (#SHEL952)
318. Blew, Mary Clearman. SISTER COYOTE: Montana Stories. Lyons, NY, 2000, 2000. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth &
boards. 205pp. "Set in small-town Montana of the Vietnam era and the present day" these short stories "are populated by men and
women in conflict..." Vg+ in dj. Front board has narrow abrasion along cloth. (#0805019)
319. Blosser, Susan Sokol. AT HOME IN THE VINEYARD Cultivating a winery, an industry, and a life (Signed). U of Cal.,
Berkeley, 2006, 2006. First Edition. 1st printing. Small 4to cloth. 236pp. Illust. Appendix: "An Annotated Time Line of the Oregon
Wine Industry". Graphs. Index. Map. Signed & dated by Blosser. Sokol Blosser is one of the highly respected wineries in the Pacific
Northwest, & is located SW of Portland. If old John McLoughlin had been able to experience a glass of fine Oregon wine, he wouldn't
have scowled so much. Fine, as new in dj. (#0611022)
320. Blum, Arlene. Breaking Trail: A Climbing Life (Signed). Old Tappan, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Scribner, 2005. First Edition. 1st
printing. Cloth & boards. 313pp. Illust. Signed by Blum. The author "led the first teams of women on successful ascents of Mt.
McKinley (Denali) and Annapurna, and was the first American woman to attempt Mt. Everest." She "forged a place for women in the
perilous arena of high-altitude mountaineering." Fine, as new in dj. (#5017008) $32.40
321. Blum, Howard. THE FLOOR OF HEAVEN : A True Tale of the Last Frontier and the Yukon Gold Rush. NY: Crown,
2011. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 420pp. Illustrated with vintage photos. Note(s) on Sources. Not the usual kind a
novel, but a well-written dramatization of the Yukon Klondike gold rush involving Charlie Siringo, George Carmack, & Soapy Smith.
Fine in dj. (#1408022)
322. Blumenstein, Lynn. BOTTLE RUSH U. S. A. Salem: Old Time Bottle Pub Co, 1966. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 184pp.
Illustrated with b/w photos & repros of old advertising. Index. Nice early reference book to antique bottles. Laid in price folder from
1970. Good+ (#1011011) $6.08
323. Bobbie Pyron. THE RING (Signed). Lodi, New Jersey: WestSide Books, 2009. 1st Edition. 1st printing. Glossy pictorial
hardbound. 253pp. Signed by Pyron with the words, "thanks for your patience". Fine in dj ever so slightly crimped at top edge near
flap. A boxing novel. Juvenile fiction. Scarce signed. (#5021051)
324. Bochmann, Joan. ABSAROKA Where the Anguish of a Soldier Meets the Land of the Crow. Raven, Norris (Mt), 2005,
2005. First Edition. Trade pictorial wraps. 197pp. A new Western fiction novel set in modern Wyoming. Fine, as new. (#0606011)
325. Boecher, Lee. SHORTGRASS COUNTRY (Signed). n.p.: Privately Printed, 1969. 2nd printing. Gilt-stamped cloth. 207pp.
Illus/photos. Presentation copy signed & dated by Boecher. Well-written memoir / history of early Kingfisher, Oklahoma during
territorial & early statehood days. Chisholm Trail, Daltons, pioneer schools, homesteading, etc. Fine. No dj probably as issued. Scarce.
326. Boehner, Philotheus. Edited by Eligius M. Buytaert. COLLECTED ARTICLES ON OCKHAM. The Franciscan Institute, St.
Bonaventure, N.Y., 1958. 2nd Edition. 2nd edition. Printed trade wraps. 482pp. Index Auctorum, Index Rerum. 24 articles/essays.
Owner's private library typed call number affixed on lower spine. Owner's very small private library sticker inside front cover;
Owner's name embossment on title page & ink stamp on same. Mild name stamp of owner on top & bottom edges. NO
INSTITUTIONAL LIBRARY MARKS, pockets or perforations! Else fine. Very scarce. (1958) (#MOR.3.025)
327. Boessenecker, John. BADGE AND BUCKSHOT: Lawlessness in Old California. Norman: OU, 1988. First Edition.
Hardbound. 333pp. Illus. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Fine, like new in dj. (#1104011) $20.27
328. Bohlander, Richard E. (Ed.). WORLD EXPLORERS AND DISCOVERERS. NY: Macmillan, 1992. First Edition. 1st
printing. 4to cloth. 531pp. Illus. Maps. Glossary, List of Explorers by Nationality, List.. by Area of Exploration, Bibliography, Index.
Laid in TLS from the Assoc Editor of Terrae Incognitae journal asking for a review from the owner (book dealer George Tweney).
Also laid in is full 4pp color folder for promotion & ordering. A very desirable one-volume encyclopedia of explorers. There is a small
pressure bump to the upper right corner of the text block; else fine in near fine dj. Very scarce in hardbound 1st printing. (#1209018)
329. Bolton, Herbert Eugene). Hammond, George P. (Edit.). NEW SPAIN AND THE ANGLO-AMERICAN WEST Historical
Contributions Presented to Herbert Eugene Bolton. Privately Printed, Lancaster, 1932, 1932. Limited/Numbered. 1st edition, two
volumes ltd to 500 sets. Royal 8vo red cloth with gilt-stamped spines. 333pp. & 277pp.. Index. List of Bolton's students. Presentation
signed on Vol. I title page by contributor John Rydjord. Limitation bookplace of copy #307 affixed upside down to back paste down
of Vol. I. A fine compilation of 24 essays written in honor of Bolton by well-known historians such as LeRoy Hafen, A. P. Nasatir,
Alfred Barnaby Thomas, et. al.. Laid in are two identical news articles (with portrait of Bolton) from 1945, honoring him at a special
event at the U of Cal.. A few light freckles on the spines. Vg+ set. No djs as issued. (#0401019) $196.83
330. Bond, Fred. WESTWARD HOW! through the Scenic West -- How, Where and When to go What to See.. And How to
Shoot it. Camera Craft, S. F., 1947, 1947. First Edition. 4to decorated cloth. 324pp. Illustrated with fine b/w photos by the author.
Gorgeous color frontispiece of Mt. Rainier. Maps. Contents are listed according to Western states. Folded route map in back pocket.
This book, although dated in some ways, is a fine & detailed production, & has excellent park maps from the period. Includes
Canadian Rockies. Near fine in bottom edge chipped, pc dj. (#0603024)
331. Bonney, Cecil. Francis L. Fugate, Ed. LOOKING OVER MY SHOULDER Seventy-Five Years in the Pecos Valley.
Roswell: Hall-Poorbaugh, 1971. First Edition. Pictorial cloth. 235pp. Illust. Index. Intro by Peter Hurd, with drawing by him on dj.
Endpaper map of several counties in New Mexico, drawing by Jose Cisneros. The author was born on a ranch SW of Roswell, in "Old
Lincoln County." Info on Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid. Fine copy, unread, in fine dj. 150 #12. (#0909021) $40.09
332. Book Collecting - Fine Printing ). Taylor, W. Thomas. BOOKWAYS A Quarterly for the Book Arts. Austin, 1991-1995.,
1991. First Edition. All 1st editions. Beautiful 4to printed & decorated wraps. Approx 50pp - 80pp each issue. Illust. A complete run
(Issues 1 - 16, but numbered in fourteen volumes) of a short-lived, but terrific periodical devoted to modern fine printing, particularly
in the U.S. Expensively published by W. Thomas Taylor, these quarterlies included numerous essays on the history & evolution of
fine printing with much discussion on the future of books & fine printing in the computer age. Announcements, ads, etc., all of high
design quality. Each issue was printed by letterpress, & later on digital letterpress, on Mohawk Superfine paper. Prospectus letter laid
in, as well as a letter of announcement of the end of the publication. No serious collection of American fine press books & fine
printing should be without this set. 1991-1995 (#0205017)
333. Booth, Percy. THE LEGEND OF INDIAN MARY AND UMPQUA JOE. Grants Pass: Josephine County Hist Soc, 1975.
First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 54pp. Illus. Near fine. Scarce in 1st edition. (#1408023)
334. Boraas, Rogers S. (Raymnd Tiemeyer, Ed.). THE OLD TESTAMENT A Survey. Philadelphia: Parish Life Press, 1980. First
Edition. 4to pictorial wraps. Two voumes. Teachers Guide (64pp) & student's book 95pp. Illus. For adult learning. Both volumes fine.
Scarce. (#THEOSHEL314)
D'ALENE RIOT MURDER TRIAL, DELIVERED JULY 27, 1899, WALLACE, IDAHO. (Wallace): Privately Printed, 1899.
First Edition. 1st printing. String tied wraps with printed heading. 49pp. Delivered at the trial of Paul Corcoran. Fine. (#1412020)
336. Borein, Edward. (Edward S. Spaulding, Ed.). BOREIN'S WEST. (half-title page: ED BOREIN'S WEST Leaves from the
Sketchbook of the last artist of the Longhorn Era). Santa Barbara, 1952., 1952. Limited/Numbered. The Vaquero Edition, ltd to
300 copies. 4to gilt-stamped cloth. Unpaginated. Following the 10 page Foreword (which includes small color Borein illustrations),
the balance of the book has full page illustrations on the rectos Pictorial endpapers. Light to moderate soiling of the covers. Bottom of
front cover has some slightly dark streaks/stains. Front endpapers have several rusty spots from some residue. Four facing leaves have
a margin stain. Light spots on the fore, top, & bottom edges. A good+ copy thus. The buyer will have to forgive the blemishes I have
mentioned. Desirable & much sought! Dykes 50 p39. This edition very scarce. This edition very scarce. (#0103012) $236.93
337. Borigo, Edna. UNDER THE SHADOW OF PIONEER PEAK. (Palmer, AK): Privately Printed, 1973. First Edition. 1st
printing. Cloth. 136pp. Illus. Signed by Borigo. A personal Alaskan memoir: Sitka, Palmer, Yukon River, many other places names.
Author includes sketches of interesting people she has known. Fine. No dj (probably as issued) (#1506014)$41.86
338. Borland, Hal. THE ENDURING PATTERN. Simon & Schuster, NY, 1959., 1959. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 247pp.
Illust. Essays on flora & fauna. Slightly soiled covers. Vg+. No dj. (#FTR142) $7.70
Acres (FL), 1980, 1980. First Edition. Spiral bound wraps. 75pp. Fine condition. (#THEOSHEL148)
340. Botek, Stephen T. M.D. SONG ON MY LIPS: Jazz Greats Were My Mentors. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada:
Granville Island Pub, 2008. First Edition. Pictorial hardbound. 369pp. Illus. Appendix. Bibliography. Index. This book "is an
insightful book written by a man who obviously loves and understands the music of the swing era." (Ross Porter). Fine, like new in dj.
341. Bowe, J. Richard, Ed. HISTORICAL ALBUM OF MONTANA. L. A.: Olde West, 1957. First Edition. 1st printing. Oblong
pictorial wraps. (24pp). Illustrated with vintage photos. Page of ads. Nice item! Near fine. (#1402013)
342. Bowen, Keith. AMONG THE AMISH (lovely promotional issue). Philadelphia: Running Press, 1996. First Thus. Oblong
glossy pictorial 4to stiff wraps with French flaps. (8pp). Gorgeous illustrations in b/w & color, plus text. Both text & illus by the
author. Publisher's promo book presenting the promise of the beauty of the regular 144pp book to come. Fine, like new. A "must" gowith if you have the regular edition. (#HEL571b)
343. Bower, B.M. THE HERITAGE OF THE SIOUX. Boston, 1916., 1916. First Edition. 1st edition. Decorated cloth. 312pp.
Frontispiece. A novel. Ink gift name & date. Penciled list of tribes on front paste down. Wear to head & toe of spine. No dj. Good.
Scarce. (#9908033)
344. Bower, Donald. FRED ROSENSTOCK: A Legend in Books and Art. Northland, Flagstaff, 1976, 1976. First Edition. Cloth.
212pp. Illust. Appendices. Laid in is an a.l.s. note (20 lines) from Rosenstock to famed book publisher Glen Adams of the Ye Galleon
Press. Excellent biography of the great Denver bookman from the golden era of book dealing. A nice association item from one fine
Western book publisher to another. Fine in very slightly worn dj. (#0603027) $39.37
345. Bowlsby, Craig H. (Signed). THE KNIGHTS OF WINTER Hockey in British Columbia 1895-1911. Vancouver: Privately
Printed, 2006. Limited First Edition. Attractive gilt-stamped silver royal 8vo cloth. 412pp. Illus. #138 of 500 signed copies. There is a
chapter for each season, plus 17 appendices, including lots of lists of names, places, etc. Hockey in Canada has never been just about
the NHL, folks. Fine, like new in dj. (#1003012)
346. Bowman, Phylis. PORT WITH A PAST! (Signed). Port Edward (B.C.): Privately Published, 1992. First Edition. Pictorial
wraps. 93pp. Illus. Map. Signed by Bowman. Port Edward is on the British Columbia coast near Prince Rupert. Fine. Scarce item.
347. Bowman, Phylis. THE STORY OF ERNA! (Signed). Port Edward (B.C.): Privately Published, 1994. First Edition. Pictorial
wraps. 68pp. Illus. Map. Signed by Bowman. Story of the author's mother, who moved from Germany to the coast of British Columbia
in 1905. She lived in & about Price Rupert. Fine. Scarce item. (#5005048)
348. Box, C. J. FORCE OF NATURE (Signed). NY: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 2012. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 385pp. Flat
signed by Box on t-p. This is "A Joe Pickett Novel." Fine in dj. (#5023034)
349. Boyer, Glenn G. WYATT EARP'S TOMBSTONE VENDETTA (Ltd & signed). Honolulu: Talei Publishers, 1993.
Limited/Numbered. Copy #48 of limited edition in 4to gilt-stamped leather of 100 copies. 325pp. Illus. Appendix. Signed by Boyer on
limitation page. Laid in: publishers 4pp pictorial promo; photocopy of article in Tucson Citizen Living magazine on publication of this
book with interview of Boyer; 2 letters (TLS) in 3 pages prior to publication (7/3/93 & 8/18/93) from the publisher to the owner of this
copy explaining print run (of both ltd & regular ed), pricing, collectability, etc. Of special interest is that the prospective buyer
complained about the planned price point of the ltd edition & that Boyer, in discussion with the publisher, agreed to reduce the price.
Good content in the letters. Those who know the subject matter are aware of the controversy following publication of this book. Fine
copy in pictorial & gilt custom slipcase. (#1506015) $366.27
350. Boyer, Glenn. THE SUPPRESSED MURDER OF WYATT EARP (Signed). n.p. (Rodeo, NM): Historical Research
Associates, 1997. First edition thus. 1st printing thus, reprint of 1967 edition. Cloth. 135pp. Illus. Appendices. Index. Presentation
copy dated & signed by Boyer in year of publication in Cochise County, Arizona. Presentation reads, "For the Sage of the Bitterroots
J__ D_______ Glenn". Carefully written small fos on ffep. The author wants the "real man" to be "recalled from behind the veil of
the Myth..." and that "an almost perfect crime had been committed.. the man (Earp), was done away with in the public view..." Fine in
slightly faded dj. 6-guns 249. (#1204011) $68.88
351. Brackenridge, W. D. (O. B Sperlin, Ed.). THE BRACKENRIDGE JOURNAL FOR THE OREGON COUNTRY. Seattle:
U of Wash, 1931. First Thus. 1st separate printing. Printed wraps. 70pp. The author was horticulturist of the Wilkes Expedition
"which surveyed the natural resources of this region in 1841." There is a partial circle stain on the front cover, thus vg-. Very scarce.
352. Bradbury, Emilie C.. Hardy, Marjorie. CINDERELLA. The American Crayon Co., Sandusky, 1943, 1943. First Thus. 1st thus.
Quarto pictorial boards. Unpag. Fine illustrations, including the cover & the dj, by Fern Peat. Some regluing to paper on spine. Good+
in edge-chipped, but scarce & fragile dj. The spine of the dj was separated & has been archivally rejoined. Scarce in dj. (#5011042)
353. Bradbury, Emilie C.. Hardy, Marjorie. HANSEL AND GRETEL. The American Crayon Co., Sandusky, 1943, 1943. First
Thus. Quarto pictorial boards. Unpag. Fine illustrations, including the cover & the dj, by Fern Peat. Some regluing to paper on spine.
Good+ in edge-chipped, but scarce & fragile dj. (#5011041) $36.45
354. Bradley, Denis J. M. Aquinas on the Twofold Human Good: Reason and Human Happiness in Aquina's Moral Science.
Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A.: Catholic Univ of Amer Pr, 1997. First Thus. Printed trade wraps. 610pp. Extensive Bibliography &
Indices. Private library small label lower spine. Owner's label inside front cover. Very scarce item in spite of being of recently
published. Fine. (#MOR.1.068)
LUTHER'S CONCEPT OF THE LORD'S SUPPER. Springfield IL: Privately written, 1970. First Edition. Stiff boards metal
bound. 80pp single side. Bibliography. A superb Research Elective paper. Fine. (#THEOSHEL403)
356. Bragg, Bill. (Sancher, Amir, Edit.). WYOMING'S WEALTH A History of Wyoming ("Collector's Edition). Basin: Big
Horn, 1976. First Edition. "Collector's Edition No. 114" stamped in gilt at bottom of cover. 4to pictorial cloth. Illustrated in color &
b/w. Index. Cover corners slightly bumped. Near fine. No dj (if issued for 1st ed.). (#0502022) $22.96
357. Bramlett, Jim. RIDE FOR THE HIGH POINTS The Real Story of Will James. Mountain Press, Missoula, 1987, 1987. First
Edition. 1st edition. Royal 8vo gilt-stamped cloth. 242pp. Illust. Glossary. Index. Pictorial endpapers. Fine in slightly edgeworn dj.
358. Branch, E. Douglas. THE HUNTING OF THE BUFFALO. NY: D. Appleton & Co., 1929. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth
with labeled title & spine. 239pp. Illus. Index. "The epic story of the mighty buffalo..." by the author of The Cowboy and His
Interpreters. Fine in vg dj that has very light general foxing spots on it. Scarce in dj. (#1602010) $115.00
359. Brand Book. Sonora, Mexico. MARCAS Y SENALES PARA IDENTIFICACION DE GANADO Estado Do Sonora 1963.
Hermosillo, Mexico: no publisher cited, 1963. First Thus. 1st edition thus. 1/4 sheep & gilt-stamped cloth with gilt-stamped label on
spine. Tall 12mo. 676pp. Brands pp 11-531; Indices pp 535-676. Printer: Litho-Fatima. A nice looking brand book in near fine,
unused condition. Light soiling to spine. (#SHEL530)
360. Brand Book) British Columbia. BRISISH COLUMBIA HORSE AND CATTLE BRANDS 1972. Victoria: B. C. Ministry of
Ag, 1973. First Thus. 1st printing of the 1972 brand book "Revised to December 31st, 1972." 199 + 8pp. Index. Appendix: Summary
Stock Brands Act. Some soiling. Vg. (#1412022)
361. Brand Book). Washington. SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 to the LIVESTOCK BRAND BOOK of the STATE OF
WASHINGTON. Div. of Dairy & Livestock, Dept. of Ag., Olympia, 1943, 1943. First Thus. 1st edition. 12mo printed green wraps.
90pp. (59 pages of brands, & the rest a name index by counties). Covers waterstained, but little interior stain. Good+. Scarce.
362. Brand, Christianna. THE COLLECTED TALES OF NURSE MATILDA. NY: Bloomsbury, 2005. ARC. Advance Reading
Copy. Pictorial wraps. 390pp. Illustrated with drawings by Edward Ardizzone. Text copyrighted in 1964. Fine. (#5020057) $10.00
363. Brands, H. W. ANDREW JACKSON His Life and Times (Signed). Random House, NY, 2005, 2005. ARC. ARC. Trade
pictorial wraps. 580pp. Sources. Annotated Bibliography. Signed by Brands. Cover subtitle reads "A Life and Times" Excellent
looking scholarly biography of one of the most colorful presidents ever. Fine used condition. (#5017048ARC)
364. Brandt, Dr. Louis, V. S. TEETH OF THE HORSE Chart for Accurately Telling the Age from Six Months to Twenty Nine Years. N.D. Thompson Pub. Co., n.p, 1897, 1897. Paper. Not a book. Original printed sheet, folded to 5 1/2" x 8 1/2". This
wonderfully descriptive item unfolds to 22" x 33 1/2". On the back is the name stamp of Jos. W. Gard. Very strong litho illustrations
in black & white, with detailed textual descriptions. Printed on heavy paper. Even though the folds result in creases, there are no splits
at the fold edges or corners. Some soiling on various back fold panels. Rare, and a great, showy item for people who love horses.
365. Brandt, Leslie F. CONTEMPORARY INTROITS AND COLLECTS. C.S.S Pub. Co., Lima, OH, 1970, 1970. First Edition.
Plastic spiral wraps. Former owner's ink stamp. Couple of ink notes. Near fine. (#THEOSHEL146)
366. Branson, Oscar T. FETISHES and Carvings of the Southwest. Santa Fe, 1976., 1976. 4to pictorial wraps. 64pp. Lavishly
illustrated in color. Southwest Indian carvings, jewelry, & pottery. Crease to top back cover corner, else vg. (#9011037)
367. Bray, Kingsley M. CRAZY HORSE: A Lakota Life. Norman: OU, 2006. 1st Edition. 1st printing. Large 8vo cloth. 510pp.
Illus. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Maps. Fine in about fine dj. (#1602011)
368. Breakenridge, William M. HELLDORADO Bringing the Law to the Mesquite. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1928. Early
printing, but unstated. Cloth. 256pp. Illus. Classic biography of the author's years in Tombstone & Arizona, re the Earps, etc. There is
browning to endpapers where a dj, now lacking, once was. Vg. HM printings scarce now. 150 #17, 6-guns 262, Herd 315, Howes
B739, Dykes Kid 122. (#1602012)
369. Breece, Marcia (Signed). Finding This Place One Woman's Journey Beyond Restriction. Bothell: Book Publisher's
Network, 2009. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 257pp. Signed & dated by Breece shortly after publication. The author's memoir of
finding her own path. Fine, like new. (#P3055)
370. Breeder's Gazette, The. THE BREEDER'S GAZETTE HOLIDAY EDITION. Chicago: Sanders Pub Co, 1910. First Thus.
Folio pictorial wraps. (106pp). Illustrated, including a couple in color. The front cover is a gorgeous full color idealistic illustration of
a blond-haired little girl in blue frock & ribbon holding a couple of shucked ears of corn over a barrel of corn. Articles & ads galore. A
great snapshot collage, figuratively & pictorially speaking, on large domestic farm animals at the time. This special issue dated Dec.
14,1910. Covers are detached, & with a few edge chips. Scarce. (#1011014)
371. Breihan, Carl W. THE COMPLETE AND AUTHENTIC LIFE OF JESSE JAMES (Signed lay-ins). NY: Frederick Fell,
1953. First Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped cloth. 287pp. Illus. Appendix. Index. LAID IN: 1) Inscribed card from Breihan to a Pac
NW bookseller. 2) Two TLS (typed letter signed) with envelopes from Breihan to the same bookseller. One regards the gun that killed
James. 3) Mailing from Breihan with two publisher promo folders (4pp) inside selling two other Breihan books (Dalton Bros by
Eyewitness, & Badmen of the Frontier. 4) Two 4pp publisher promos for this book. 5) Three directly related cut-out magazine articles.
Two tape burns on ffep from the card that is now laid in. Else fine in near fine dj (one tiny chip). A tremendous association "package".
6-guns 264. (#1204014) $162.08
372. Breihan, Carl W. THE MAN WHO SHOT JESSE JAMES. Cranbury: A. S. Barnes, 1979. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth.
302pp. Illus. Bibliography. Biography of Bob Ford. Near fine in dj. Touch of abrasion to upper corner of ffep. (#1111010) $26.34
373. Breihan, Carl W., with Charles A. Rosamond. THE BANDIT BELLE. Seattle: Superior, 1970. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to
pictorial cloth. 143pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. From the library of Western historian Robert K. DeArment & with his embossment
on ffep. Bit of wear top/bottom of spine. Near fine. No dj as issued. (#1412023) $10.01
374. Brenner, Leah. AN ARTIST GROWS UP IN MEXICO. New York: Beechhurst Press, 1953. First Edition. Cloth. 144pp.
Illustrated by Diego Rivera (16 pen & inks). "All of the stories in this book are woven around a boy called Pancho Pacheco who was
drawn from the author's imagination." Owner's address label on ffep. fos on title page. Near fine in pc dj. (#0909026)
375. Bresette, Walt. CHIPPEWA MOONS (12 illustrated note cards). Bayfield: Sunshine Studios, 1988. First Edition. Greeting
Card. 12 original & unused folded note cards with front color designs by Bresette, "a Lake Superior Chippewa from the Red Cliff
Reservation", b.1947- d.1999. The cards, each with a striking original color design, represent the 12 months of the year. The packet is
accompanied by a small, printed paper sheet imprinted with all 12 designs. Mr. Bresette was active in N. Wisconsin environmental
issues regarding spearfishing, mineral extraction mines, & he helped found the first Green Party in Wisconsin. Fine. Very hard to find
sets now. (#1602013)
376. Bretscher, Paul G. THE SWORD OF THE SPIRIT. n.p.: Evangelical Lutherans in Mission (ELIM), 1979. First Edition.
Pictorial 4to wraps. 27pp. A fine essay by an outstanding Lutheran theologian & pastor at the 1978 Assembly of Evangelical
Lutherans in Mission. Moderate wear. Underlining & margin marks. Thus we must grade the copy only vg. Scarce & important, a
statement of one view of at least one aspect of the Lutheran theological conflict of 1970s in the LCMS (Missouri Synod).
377. Bretscher, Paul. THE FOOLISHNESS OF GOD two volumes. Valparaiso: Privately Published & Immanuel Lutheran
Church, 1983. Revised Edition. Two volumes. 4to spiral stiff wraps. "Youth Confirmation Course, 1983 revision, 1st thus. 187pp.
Bottom corner of covers & text block bumped. Else fine & unused. "Adult Course", 3rd edition, 1st thus. 253pp. Small crease to cover
corner, else near fine & unused. Both volume with drawing illustrations. Excellent material from a fine Lutheran pastor & theologian.
Scarce. (#THEOSHEL313)
378. Breynat, Mgr. Gabriel, O.M.I. FLYING BISHOP Fifty Years in the Canadian Far North. Burns & Oates, London, 1955,
1955. First Thus. 1st English edition, translated from the French. Cloth. 288pp. Illust. Appendices (St. Joseph and the Mackenzie
Missions, Letter from His Holiness Pope Pius XII). Endpaper maps. The author was "First Vicar Apostolic of Mackenzie" & carried
out his 50 year ministry beginning in 1892. Near fine in pc dj with nickel sized abrasion upper front panel (very slightly affecting
lettering). Uncommon. (#0603028) $18.04
379. Bridger). JIM BRIDGER'S YARNS OF THE YELLOWSTONE. (St. Paul): Northern Pacific RR, 1931. First Edition. 1st
thus. Tall stapled pictorial wraps. 12pp. Illus. Map of NPRR. "... a collection of whimsical tales.. with the express purpose of
providing a few moments of amusement..." Lower fold split 2", slight bit of overlap edge crinkling; else fine. Very scarce little
pamphlet. (#1204015)
380. Briggs, Walter. WITHOUT NOISE OF ARMS The 1776 Dominguez-Escalante Search for a Route from Santa Fe to
Monterey. Flagstaff, 1976., 1976. First Edition. Oblong 4to cloth. 212pp. Illustrated by Wilson Hurley. Bibliography. Maps. Index.
Donation bookplate from Northland Press on ffep. Attractively designed as usual by this press. Fine in dj protected with archival
sleeve. (#9104007a)
381. Brighton, Mark. End Times The Lutheran Difference Series. St. Louis: Concordia Pub. House, 2001. Color wraps. 64 pp.
Glossary. Theology of the end times, with both textual & Bible study approach, from a Lutheran perspective. No writing or marks.
Fine. (#THEOSHEL272) $7.29
382. Brimlow, George Francis. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, AND ITS RANGE LAND. Portland: Binfords & Mort, 1951.
First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 316pp. Illust. Appendix. Sources. Index. A highly regarded Pacific Northwest range history. Long a
classic. Near fine in chipped (corners; head/toe of backstrip) dj. Herd 320, 44 & 44 #63. (#SHEL505)
383. Brisbin, Gen. James S. THE BEEF BONANZA; or How To Get Rich on the Plains, being a description of cattle-growing,
sheep-farming, horse-raising, and dairying in the West. Philadelphia: J. P. Lippincott, 1882. Bibliographers only cite the 1881 first
edition (copyright 1880), & do not mention this 1882 printing, which collates & sizes identical to the 1881 printing. Attractive
pictorial gilt & blind-stamped small 8vo cloth. 222pp. Illustrated with several wood engravings. Index. 6pp of additional publications.
Bibliographer Reese writes, in part, "Brisbin's book has long been considered the most important promotional work adding fuel to the
cattle boom of the 1880s... (note of Brisbin's plagiarism) ...Whether the facts were his or not, Brisbin paints a spectacular picture in
which his favorite phrase is 'and the profits are enormous.'" Information out of Nebraska, Texas, Colorado, etc.. According to Reese,
at the 1st National Convention of Cattlemen in 1884 in St. Louis, Brisbin was elected vice president of the Nat'l Cattle and Horse
Growers' Assoc.. Moderate wear to extremities. Bottom of spine with slight fraying. Light soiling. Minor rubbing. Very good, tight,
original condition. Rare in either printing & exceptional in this condition. Herd 322, 6-Score 15, Rader 486, Howes B780.
384. Bristow, Joseph Quayle. TALES OF OLD FORT GIBSON Memories Along the Trail to Yesterday of the Oklahoma
Indian Territory and the Old South. NY: Exposition, 1961. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 246pp. Appendices. "...warm and vivid
collection of stories and reminiscences of Oklahoma and other western and southwestern sections of our country..." Small scratch
upper front cover, but near fine in slightly worn dj with some soiling to back panel . 6-guns 281. (#SHEL667)
385. British Columbia First Nations). THE NATIVE VOICE Official Organ of The Native Brotherhood of B. C. and The Raven
Society (approx 38 issues). Vancouver: The Native Voice Publishing Society, 1971. First Thus. Newspaper. 1st printings thus of
approx 38 scattered issues from 1971 to 1978. Various paginations. Illustrated. Hundreds of news stories & other items of interest.
Vg. Very scarce. (#MISSION033) $125.00
386. British Columbia Indians). NATIONAL NATIVE NEWS. n.p.: Native Press, 1976. First Thus. Newspaper. Note: this is
section two of the Aug. 20, 1976 issue. Folded newspaper. 8pp. Illus. Lead article is "Berger Not Last Hope for Dene." Also, front
page, "Manuel blasts government on mercury pollution." Inside is printed letter from Pierre Elliott Trudeau. Double page photo spread
on Northern Games 76 at Coppermine. This newspaper appears to focus on the northern First Nations. Vg. (#MISSION029) $20.00
Vancouver Club of Printing, 1934. Limited First Edition. Ltd to 375 copies bound in limp brown faux leather. 93pp. Illustrated with
well-done sketches. Front endpapers reveal a richly drawn pictorial map of B. C. Some leaves uncut. Light wear to top/bottom of
spine. Vg. Scarce. (#1602015)
DEPARTMENT OF MANUSCRIPTS. British Museum, London, 1864, 1864. First Thus. 12mo printed wraps. 32pp. Rather fragile
with paper cover mostly split at fold, but archivally repaired. Back cover with some chips. Interior signature loose. Browning to paper.
Scarce. (#5007036)
389. Broadside) Polo Brothers. 3 DAYS ONLY POLO BROS. WILD WEST HIPPODROME Combined With BUCK OWENS
World Champion Trick Rider for 9 Years Featuring "STORMY" The Wild Horse of the Movies. (Vancouver, B.C.): Polo
Bros, 1950. Ephemera. Not a book. Medium-sized (9 7/8" x 13 7/8") non-pictorial red & royal blue lettered heavy card stock
broadside promoting the show almost certainly performed in Vancouver, B. D., Canada. It was sponsored by Army, Navy & Air Force
Veterans in Canada Unit 45, now located in North Van. Show dates Sept. 7-9, but no year given. Circa 1948. We find no references to
the Polo Bros. "Stormy", however, " .. "You've Seen Him in 20th Century Fox's 'Thunderhead Son of Flicka' and in 'Green Grass of
Wyoming' -- Also in M.G.M.'s 'Wild Horse'". Near fine condition. No tears or abrasions. Lightly soiled. (#1204016) $141.82
390. Broder, Patricia Janis. BRONZES OF THE AMERICAN WEST. Abrams, NY, 1973., 1973. First Edition. Gilt-stamped green
cloth, large oblong 4to. 431pp. Illustrated with 511 images, 48 in full color. A modern classic. Near fine in dj; first few pps have
flattened out creases at lower corner. (#0211014)
391. Brogan, Phil F. (Phillips, L. K., Edit.). EAST OF THE CASCADES (Signed). Portland: Binfords & Mort, 1964. First Edition.
1st printing. 304pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Endpaper maps. Signed by Brogan. Should be considered a modern classic on the
region. Prehistoric times, Indians, first white men, ranching, outlaws, towns, railroads, High Desert, etc. Near fine in lighly worn, pc dj
with one tape repair on top of front panel. Kee 106. (#1204017)
392. Brooks, John S. (Comp.). FIRST ADMINISTRATION OF OKLAHOMA 1907 - 1908. Oklahoma Engraving & Printing Co.,
OKC, 1908, 1908. First Edition. Gilt-stamped red leather over boards. 229pp. Illustrated throughout with portraits. Original floral
endpapers. Brooks pencil-signed his name under the title, with place & year (1908) . A book of portraits & information on all the men
in the first administration of the State of Oklahoma, from first governor Charles Haskell on down. It includes a "brief history of the
Opening of the Country" & an account "of the making of the Constitution." 3/4" of the top of the spine is missing, & the toe of the
spine is worn back to the text block. Covers worn along bottom edge. Nevertheless, a tight reference copy with bright covers. Scarce.
Rader 502. (#0711034) $85.50
393. Brophy, Frank Cullen. ARIZONA SKETCH BOOK Fifty Historical Sketches. (Phoenix), 1952., 1952. First Edition. 1st
edition. Cloth. 310pp. Illust. Inscribed by Brophy. Short essays on famous people, places, & events. Outside margin of front paste
down has been removed, & ink words adjacent scribbled out (as if som eone wanted to remove an inscription); back cover has slight
edge bump. Thus vg reading copy. Somewhat scarce. 6-guns 288, Herd 335. (#9902025) $19.68
394. Brothers, Mary Hudson. BILLY THE KID The most hated, the most love outlaw New Mexico ever produced. Farmington:
Privately Printed, 1949. First Edition. Leather cord tied pictorial wraps with overlapping edges. 52pp. Frontispiece portrait of Bell
Hudson. Top edge of covers creased, else fine. 6-guns 290, Dykes Kid 394. (#0909027) $26.32
395. Brown, Cloyde I. BLACK WARRIOR CHIEFS A History of the Seminole Negro Indian Scouts. Fort Worth: Privately
Printed, 1999. First Edition. Hardbound. 211pp. Illust. Bibliography. Appendices: "Chronology, Seminole Negro Indian History",
"Roster Seminole Negro Indian Scouts August 1870 to September 1914". Endpaper maps of Frontier forts in Indian Territory, Texas,
& border states. An important contribution to the subject. Fine, like new. No dj as issued. Already very scarce to find. (#SHEL322)
396. Brown, Estelle Aubrey. STUBBORN FOOL. Caldwell: Caxton, 1952. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial cloth. 309pp. Illus.
An engaging & revealing memoir of the author's life as a teacher of the "offspring" of Sitting Bull's "subdued warriors" at the Crow
Creek Indian School in South Dakota & then life in Tuba City, Arizona & parts of the Navajo reservation. Fine in chipped, soiled dj.
397. Brown, George W., M. D. REMINISCENCES OF GOV. R. J. WALKER; with The True Story of The Rescue of Kansas
from Slavery. Rockford: Privately Printed, 1902. 2nd Edition. Light maroon blindstamped/decorated cloth. 204pp. Portraits.
Presentation plate on ffep, "Compliments of Sara T. D. Robinson, Oakridge. Lawrence, Kansas". Ms. Robinson was the author of the
classic book, Kansas: Its Interior and Exterior Life", & wife of the Kansas governor. An unusually fine, bright copy. Rader 509.
398. Brown, Jeanette Perkins. OURSELVES AND OUR NEIGHBORS. Boston: Pilgrim Press, 1953. First Edition. 1st printing.
Oblong pictorial wraps. 47pp. Illustrated with drawings by Dorothy Bayley Morse. Map. Reading list. A remarkably straightforward
and compassionate, religiously-based (Christian) book on living with love for our neighbors around the world. Sample chapters:
"Ways Families Have Found to Stop and Think", "What Makes Us Act As We Do?", "Thinking About Our Neighbors" (Fear of the
Unknown, We Still Build Walls), "If We Are Alike, Why Do We Fight Each Other?" Etc. One section is on Christian Missions &
World Council of Churches. "Bible Selections for Discussion". Some wear to extremities. Good. VERY SCARCE. Only one copy
located in world libraries. (#SHEL917)
399. Brown, Mark H. and Felton, W. R. THE FRONTIER YEARS L. A. Huffman, Photographer of the Plains (Extraordinary
Association Copy). New York: Henry Holt, 1955. First Edition. 4to cloth. 272pp. Illustrated in b/w with Huffman's photos.
Acknowledgments. Index. Endpaper maps of "L. A. Huffman's Frontier" & "L. A. Huffman's Milestown". Binding & covers in good
plus condition. Some floppiness to the front hinge, but it is unbroken & uncracked. Moderate wear to extremities. The dj is dreadful. It
looks like a small herd of Montana cattle was driven over it. Large piece at bottom corner of front panel torn off. Various chips, small
holes, creases and abuse elsewhere. Now for the association. This copy is from the personal library of famed Texas historian Walter
Prescott Webb. His custom-printed bookplate is on the upper outside corner of the front paste down. Please note that Prof. Webb,
himself, did not sign this copy. It is signed, however, by Terrell Webb, Walter's wife. Terrell Webb was the former Terrell Maverick,
the widow of Congressman Maury Maverick. She married Webb in 1961. Returning with him from a book signing in San Antonio in
1963, she was badly injured in the auto accident which killed Walter. The book signing was of the publication of the journals of
Terrell's aunt. There is also a 1965 fos on the ffep; it is either "Maverick" or "Warwick" or something close. Now for the really great
association of this copy. Two T.L.S. (Typed Letter Signed) full letter sheets are tipped along their top edge to the half-title. This is an
April 7, 1956, letter written -- on his custom printed letterhead -- by author Mark H. Brown to Professor Webb. The content of the
letter is bibliographically interesting & important. Brown asks Webb to provide a comment, in advance, for Brown & Felton's next
book (untitled in the letter, but which was issued in 1956 as Before Barbed Wire). As we know, Webb did indeed agree to do so, & his
lengthy praise is on the dust jacket of that volume. In this letter Brown comments on several things: He explains that the two volumes
were divided from a one volume manuscript. He confesses his realization that Webb would be "crawling out on a limb" to "endorse"
something he had "never seen". He reviews the original consideration by the publisher to print the (eventual) two volumes as one
book. The letter references & comments on 3 cattlemen & cowboys who read the "cowboy material" of the books. He also comments
on & references the 2 sheep men who read the sheep material. He offers reassurance that the second volume will be as good, as if not
better, than the first because in it would be including the "cream of the Huffman collection". There is a reference to Will Rodgers (sic)
Jr. featuring The Frontier Years on a TV show. There is a handwritten margin comment where Brown says that he was also
approaching J. Evetts Haley, Ross Santee, & Paul Wellman for their advance comments. Also laid into this book are 1) "Old West
Photo Gallery - The Huffman Pictures" advertising card. 2) A card from the publisher requesting a review of The Frontier Years, with
the title, authors, pre-pub & pub prices, & date typed on it. 3) A 4pp full size (8 1/2" x 11") sales folder from Coffrin's Old West
Gallery, specifically the L. A. Huffman collection, with b/w illustrations. A price list comprises 3pp of the folder. There is some red
ink pen underlining on the folder. It is initialed in pencil & dated 6/15/78 by the person with the 1965 fos on the ffep. There are
occasional pencil marks in the book, but I do not know in whose hand they are in. This copy is perhaps the supreme association copy
of this book. Herd 347, 6-guns 301 (#0909028)
400. Brown, Mark H.; Felton, W. R. BEFORE BARBED WIRE - L. A. Huffman, Photographer on Horseback (Signed). NY:
Henry Holt & Co., 1956. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to cloth. 226pp. Handsomely illustrated with the b/w Montana range photos &
portraits by Huffman. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Endpaper maps, "Ranches and Cattle Trails of Early Montana." Signed by both
authors along with "Sincerely yours." Fine in dj. One of two great & now classic books on Huffman and the Montana range, the other
being The Frontier Years. Scarce signed. Herd 346, 6-guns 300, Reese 16, Dykes HS p59. (#1602016) $109.25
401. Brown, Mark H.; Felton, W. R. THE FRONTIER YEARS - L. A. Huffman, Photographer of the Plains (Signed). NY:
Henry Holt & Co., 1955. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to cloth. 272pp. Handsomely illustrated with the b/w Montana range photos &
portraits by Huffman. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Two endpaper maps, "L. A. Huffman's Frontier" & "L. A. Huffman's Milestown".
Signed by both authors with "Sincerely yours" added. Fine in dj. One of two great & now classic books on Huffman and the Montana
range, the other being Before Barbed Wire. Very scarce signed. Herd 347. (#1602017) $172.50
Society of Canada, 1888. First Thus. 1st thus, separate binding. Stapled plain wraps with label. (6pp.) Illus. Vg. Scarce.
(#MISSION017) $25.00
403. Brown, Robert L. SALOONS OF THE AMERICAN WEST: An Illustrated Chronicle. Silverton CO: Sundance Pubns Ltd,
1978. 1st Edition. 1st printing. 4to pictorial hardbound. 144pp. Illustrated in color & b/w. Filled with vintage photos. Saloon Art,
Tokens & Bar Bottles, Cattle-Country Saloons, Mining Camp Saloon, etc. Fine. No dj, but tightly- fitted with glassine protector.
404. Brown, Tricia, and Debra Dubac (Illust). THE ITCHY LITTLE MUSK OX (Signed). Alaska Northwest, Portland, 2007,
2007. First Thus. Quarto sized pictorial glossy paper wraps. (32pp.) Signed & dated soon after publication by Brown. Fine, like new.
405. Brown, Tricia. THE WORLD FAMOUS ALASKA HIGHWAY: (Signed) A Guide To The Alcan & Other Wilderness
Roads Of The North. Alaska Northwest Books, Seattle, 2005, 2005. 2nd Edition. 2nd edition. Pictorial wraps. 287pp. Illust. "Further
Reading", "Distance Charts". Index. Signed & dated by Brown. Fine, like new. (#SHEL312)
406. Browne, J. Ross. A DANGEROUS JOURNEY California 1849. Palo Alto: Arthur Lites Press, 1950. Limited First Edition.
1st edition thus ltd to 1,000 copies. Lovely fine press reprint. Attractive pict. cloth. 93pp. Great color litho illustrations. Browne,
representing the Postal Service, "made a trip by 'mulepower and footpower' from San Francisco to San Luis Obispo. The tale... is
authentic, unusual Californiana..." Fine, as new in dj. PLEASE NOTE: there is a slight odor to this book due to the paper used; it is
not musty. (#SHEL905) $32.50
407. Browne, J. Ross. EXPLORATIONS IN LOWER CALIFORNIA A travel account penned in 1866 of the Cape Region
with appropriate 1966 commentary and guide to present resorts and accommodations. (Studio City): Spencer Murray, 1966.
Limited First Edition. 1st edition thus, ltd to 1,000 copies, this copy un-numbered. Royal 8vo gilt-stamped cloth. 70pp. Illus. Endpaper
maps. Dist. by Vaquero Books. Account of Browne's journey by ship from San Francisco to Land's End at Cabo San Lucas, & his
travel north on a mule. Attractive fine press edition. Browne's account was first published in Harpers magazine. Fine, like new. No dj
as issued. (#SHEL842) $17.50
408. Browne, Lina Fergusson (Ed, Intro, Commentary). J. ROSS BROWNE His Letters, Journals & Writings. Albuquerque,
1969., 1969. First Edition. 1st edition. Cloth. 419pp. In the mid-19th Century, Browne by "boat, ship, horse, mule, stagecoach, and on
foot. covered much of the known world." The editor is/was one of the family of Fergussons of the literary Southwest. Fine in slightly
worn dj. Paher 221. (#9605032) $13.12
409. Browning, Iley B., Russell, Philip G. (Hoeing, J. B., State Geologist). KENTUCKY GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Coals and
Structure of Magoffin County Kentucky. Frankfort, 1919., 1919. First Edition. Royal 8vo red cloth. 552pp. Many tables. This is the
fourth series, Volume Five - Part Two, about Magoffin County. Small bookplate one front paste down. Near fine. (#5009022)
410. Browning, James A. VIOLENCE WAS NO STRANGER: A Guide to the Grave Sites of Famous Westerners. Barbed
Wire, Stillwater, 1993, 1993. First Edition. Cloth. 341pp. Illust. Index. Appendices: "Westerners' Graves by State", "Outlaw Gangs,
Feudists, Texas Rangers, and Other Groups." Includes a number of Oklahoma outlaws. Fine, unread copy just out of shrink-wrap, in
dj. A very scarce modern book & much sought. (#0711037) $270.00
411. Brownlee, Claudia J., and Montgomery, Joseph Tilden. COLONEL JOE The Last of the Rough Riders Recollections of a
Centenarian. Exposition, NY, 1978, 1978. First Edition. Gilt-stamped hardbound. Embossment on ffep of Western historian Robert
K. DeArment. This appears to be a good biography of a Westerner who saw a lot of history over the West, particularly around Kendall
Camp, Montana. He served in the Spanish American War. Information on Kid Curry, Pike Landusky, and others. Fine in slightly
worn dj. (#0502025)
412. Bruce, Robert, et. Al. THREE OLD PLAINSMEN and Three Other Western Stories. Privately Printed, NYC & Clinton,
NY, 1923, 1923. First Edition. 1st edition. Printed wraps. 24pp. Illust. Includes Bruce's article on three ox-team drivers in the old West
(Ezra Meeker, Albert Baiseley, & William Hooker). Other articles: Baiseley's "Initiation of a Bullwhacker", "Col. George Stokes
"Echoes of the Old West", & Bruce's narrative of a conversation between bullwhacker William Hooker & A. H. Oleson. Old crayon
price & "op" on upper front corner of front cover, else fine. Scarce. Rader 525. (#0306019)
413. Bruce, Robert. THE FIGHTING NORTHS and Pawnee Scouts Narratives and Reminiscences of Military Service on the
Old Frontier. New York & Lincoln: Privately Printed & Nebraska State Hist. Soc., 1932. First Edition. 4to pictorial wraps. 72pp.
Illustrated with vintage photos & maps. Printed three columns to a page, a very attractively published book loaded with information on
the Indian Wars and the North brothers, Frank & Luther. Fine copy. Scarce. (#SHEL351)$49.21
414. Bruchac, Joseph, & Baviera, Rocco (illus). A BOY CALLED SLOW (Illustrator signed). New York: Philomel, 1994. First
Edition. 4to pictorial hardbound. Unpag. Illustrated with the fine work of Rocco Baviera, who signed this copy. This title a winner of
the Mountains & Plains Booksellers' Assoc. Children's Book Award. A well-done children's illustrated story about the naming of
Sitting Bull. Fine in dj. Scarce with illus. signed. (#1011017) $36.47
415. Bruchac, Joseph. Geronimo. Scholastic, 2006. ARC. Uncorrected Proof. Trade pictorial wraps. 376pp. A new novel about the
famous Apache. Written for grades 7 & up. Fine. (#5015035ARC)
416. Bruffey, George A. EIGHTY-ONE YEARS IN THE WEST Recollections of George A. Bruffey (Signed). Butte: Butte
Miner Co., 1925. First Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped hardbound. 152pp. Frontispiece portrait. On the cover is also printed: "July
4th, 1852 Knoxville, Iowa (&) July 4th, 1926 Butte, Montana". On the half-title Bruffey has signed his name in pen & ink, & below it
written seven places & dates (year) where he apparently lived, before & after Knoxville (including Denver & Omaha), and finally
presents it "To Dick Burden". Adams says, "Material on the Montana vigilantes & outlaws, the hanging of Slade, and the Plummer
gang." Near fine. Rare. 6-guns 307. Howes B891, Smith 1211, Graff 451. (#1506017) $627.90
417. Brug, Sandra Gilbert & Moseng,Elisabeth (Illus). SOCCER BEAT (Signed). NY: Margaret K McElderry Books, 2003. First
Edition. 1st printing. 4to pictorial glossy hardbound. Unpag. Illus. Signed by Brug with general inscription & small sketch of feet by
Brug. Fine, like new, in dj. A wonderful children's illustrated book about soccer. (#5016060)
418. Bryan, Jerry. Walton, Clyde C. (Intro/Notes). AN ILLINOIS HUNTER IN THE BLACK HILLS The Diary of Jerry Bryan
March 13 to August 20, 1876. Springfield, 1960., 1960. First Thus. 1st thus. Wraps. 40pp. Illust. The Black Hills & Deadwood were
exciting places to be in mid 1876. "Injun talk is very strong Report says that Custer is killed that Crook is licked." (July 18). "Just a
fter dinner Wild Bill was Shot through the Head Killed instantly." (Aug 2). Near fine. 6-guns 308. (#9311015)
419. Bryant, Arthur. THE LION & THE UNICORN (Signed, & with special laid in ephemera). London: Collins, 1969. First
Edition. 2nd impression. Cloth. 349pp. Presentation copy to H____ S____. Laid in is a printed folder (4pp) for a "Luncheon in honour
of Sir Arthur Bryant... to mark the publication of his book 'The Lion and the Unicorn'..." This luncheon was "Organised by Foyles
Bookshop 125 Charing Cross Road London..." "Foyles Luncheons" is printed at the top of the folder. The Chairman was LieutGeneral Sir John Glubb. Printed on the folder is a 2pp+ list of guests. The back of the folder shows a diagram of the "Plan for Top
Table" with names of prominent guests arranged around 3 sides: lords, counts & countesses, an ambassador, etc.. Laid in also is a
ballroom slip signed by the recipient of the book. She does not appear to be listed in the guests list, but surely she must have been
there, possibly as the "guest" of another person with the same last name. However, this is a 2nd impression copy. Fine copy in dj with
an archivally closed 1 1/2" tear & another 1/2" closed tear. Very light soiling, if any, to the dj. Not price-clipped. The contents of this
book appear to be historical & philosophical historiography reflections of the past as well as the present. (#5003055)
420. Bryant, Edwin. VOYAGE EN CALIFORNIE. Paris, 1849, 1849. French edition of WHAT I SAW IN CALIFORNIA, etc..
Original 12mo blindstamped cloth with raised bands. 272pp. DESCRIPTION DE SON SOIL, DE SON CLIMAT, DE SES MINES
EXPLOITATION AVEC UNE BELLE CARTE. Becker: "Camp called Bryant's work 'one of the most detailed and reliable of all the
overland journals...'" & "is of further interest because of its description of the life & times of American California before the discovery
of gold." This ex-lib copy lacks the title page & map (which was not in the earliest English editions). Priced as reading copy only,
binding in good+ condition with wear to extremities. W-C 146:12, Howes B903, Cowan p81. (#0306020) $49.21
421. Bryant, Keith L. ALFALFA BILL MURRAY. OU, Norman, 1968, 1968. First Edition. Cloth. 287pp. Illust. Note on Sources.
Index. A biography of the famous Oklahoma governor. Fine in pc dj which is slightly foxed. (#0711038) $22.50
422. Bryant, Sir Arthur. FREEDOM'S OWN ISLAND: The British Expansion (History of Britain and the British People). NY:
William Morrow & Company, 1986. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 568pp. Illus. Indices. Small ink vignette stamp on
half-title. Near fine in vg dj. (#LO1.019) $8.95
423. Bryk, Felix. VOODOO - EROS Ethnological Studies in the Sex-Life of the African Aborigines. United Book Guild, NY,
1964, 1964. Limited First Edition. Ltd to 500 copies. Cloth. 251pp. Illustrated with b/w photos. Slightly musty, else vg in slightly
soiled, slightly edgeworn dj. (#5014035) $22.27
424. Buchanan, Cathy Marie. THE PAINTED GIRLS A Novel (Signed). NY: Riverhead Books, 2013. ARC. Uncorrected Proof.
Pictorial wraps. 357pp. Signed by Buchanan. Laid in publisher's card. Fine, like new. (#5016069) $11.25
425. Buchanan, John W. and Doris G. THE STORY OF GHOST TOWN CARIBOO. Boulder: Boulder Publishing, 1958. 2nd
printing. Pictorial wraps. 35pp. Illus. A nice Colorado mining item. Fine. (#1402016)
426. Buchholtz, C. W. MAN IN GLACIER. Glacier Natural History Assoc., West Glacier, 1976, 1976. First Edition. 1st printing.
4to pictorial wraps. 88pp. Illustrated with vintage photos & prints. Maps, including double page "Aeroplane Map" , ca. 1920.
Bibliography. (#0505018) $13.12
427. Buck, Franklin A. A YANKEE TRADER IN THE GOLD RUSH The Letters of Franklin A. Buck 1846-1880. Boston:
Houghton Mifflin, 1930. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 294pp. Illus. Index. A terrific group of firsthand accounts of life in the wild
& woolly days of the California Gold Rush, compiled by Katherine A. White. Fine in dj with about 1" piece missing around top of
back strip. Cowan p81. (#1506018)
428. Buck, Franklin. YANKEE TRADER IN THE GOLD RUSH The Lettes of Franklin A. Buck. Boston: Houghton Mifflin,
1930. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 294pp. Illus. Index. "Of all his experiences in the midst of (the gold rush & San Francisco)
Buck wrote like the genuine Maine native he was; tersely, with forthright simplicity, and with bits of humor here and there..." Fine in
twice clipped dj (front panel) with a 1" x 1" triangle chip top of front panel next to backstrip; otherwise minor chips. Scarce in dj.
429. Buckland, C. E. DICTIONARY OF INDIAN BIOGRAPHY. NY: Haskell House, 1968. Facsimile reprint. 1st printing of
facsimile reprint. Cloth. 494pp. Bibliography. First published in 1906. This book is a biography of people and history associated with
INDIA, not American Indians. Fine. No dj, probably as issued. (#SHEL814)
430. Buckley, Kate (Signed). Choices. Bothell: Book Publishers Network, 2007. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 208 pp. Signed &
dated by Buckley shortly after publication. "Binge drinking, date rape, family secrets and teen pregnancy collide in Choices,a
compelling coming-of-age journey for fifteen year-old Kara MacNeill". Slight crease at bottom of front cover, else fine, like new.
431. Buckley, Michael; Ferguson, Peter. Sisters Grimm, The: The Problem Child. New York, NY: Harry N Abrams Inc, 2006.
ARC. Oblong spiral wrappers. Like an advance proof. 271 numbered pages, but two pages to a one-side sheet. Black & white
reproduction of trade book cover on the cover of this proof. Fine, like new. (#5004051ARC)
432. Budgen, Flight Sgt.; Arct, B. WELCOME TO POW STALAG LUFT 1 - BARTH - GERMANY. Raleigh: Edwards &
Broughton, 1947. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial paper over boards. (74pp). Illustrated with full-page Kriegie cartoons produced
by the authors. This Prisoner of War book, published probably between 1947 & 1950, depicts with both humor & gravity what life
was like in the German POW camp in Barth, Germany, on the Baltic Sea. "'Krieg' is the German word for war. A prisoner of war was
known as a 'Kriegie.'" Sources say around 9,000 airmen were interned there, mainly U. S. airmen, but also from Canada, Great Britain,
Russia, etc. In mid-May, 1945, it was evacuated. Laid into the book is a color photocopy of the camp ID card of prisoner of war,
K_____ B_____, whom presumably was the original owner of the book. His portrait, with POW info on a board over his chest, is on
the ID. Good+ condition. Moderate soil. Very slight separation between gatherings at one place. The blank ffep is clipped in a long
narrow triangle along the top edge, 3/4" at fore edge. We have decided not to mark down this point unfairly. Very, very scarce.
433. Buel, J. W. (J. Brussel, Ed.). THE TRUE STORY OF "WILD BILL" HICKOK. NY: Atomic Books, 1946. First Thus. 1st
printing of special edition. Pictorial wraps. 96pp. "More or less a reprint" of Buel's rare 1880 book. Pulpy paper; bottom corner of
back cover has small hole affecting couple of adjacent leaves; still a good copy. 6-guns 317. (#1209021) $28.36
COMRADES IN CRIME, and THE BORDER BANDITS... Historical Publ Co., St. Louis, 1881, 1881. First Edition. Gilt-stamped
& decorative brown cloth. 252pp. + 148pp. Illustrated, including 12 color plates. The second part of the volume is THE BORDER
BANDITS - An Authentic and Thrilling History of the Noted Outlaws, Jesse and Frank James and their Band of Highwaymen. Wear
to cover corners with lower ones more exposed than the top ones. This copy ready for another 100 years of reading having had the
hinges professionally repaired & the spine rebacked under the original cloth (1/4" trimmed from top & bottom of original cloth over
the backing. Rare. 6-guns 313. (#0606015) $213.23
435. Buffalo Bill Historical Center. THE FREDERIC REMINGTON STUDIO COLLECTION (Association signed). Cody:
Buffalo Bill Hist Center, 1959. First Edition. Red 4to printed wraps. (12pp). Illustrated in b/w with Remington material. Inscribed by
the Center's Director, Harold McCracken, to (for) Thomas McNeill. Laid in are two items: old 75 cent Center & Whitney Gallery
ticket (3" x 5") & single fold illus panel. Wrappers are split down from lower staple. Vg. (#1402017)
436. Buffalo Bill). McCracken, Harold, et. al. THE WEST OF BUFFALO BILL Frontier Art, Indian Crafts, Memorabilia from
the Buffalo Bill Historical Center. Abrams, NY, 1974, 1974. First Edition. Oblong cloth with gilt-stamped decoration on front cover.
290pp. Wonderfully illustrated. "List of Illustrations". One of the finest books published on the collection of the Cody museum. Fine
in dj. (#0811046)
437. Buhs, Joshua Blu. BIGFOOT: The Life and Times of a Legend. Chicago: Univ of Chicago, 2009. Cloth. 279pp. Illus.
Bibliography. Index. Dramatis Personae. An intriguing & very well written book. Buhs doesn't quite believe that Sasquatch exists, but
argues strongly for the existence & importance of the legend. He describes the relationship & dynamics of the well-known people
around Sasquatchiana (hunters, researchers, etc.). Includes an interesting chapter on the history of the hunt for the Yeti. Book
published too soon to consider the most recent & fascinating research by professional researchers & scientists who are much more
qualified than Buhs to actually investigate & study the subject. So, buy this for the history of the search, not for the accuracy of the
author's belief. Fine in dj. (#1011019)
438. Bullchild, Percy. THE SUN CAME DOWN The History of the World as My Blackfeet Elders Told It. SF, 1985., 1985.
First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 390pp. Illust. Bullchild, a full-blooded Blackfoot, relays the religous myths handed down by the
elders of his people. Fine in sl soiled dj with a small snag at the bottom of the back panel. (#9802034)
439. Bulman, T. Alex. KAMLOOPS CATTLEMEN One Hundred Years of Trail Dust. Gray's, Sidney, 1972, 1972. First
Edition. 1st edition. Cloth. 183pp. Illust/photos. The author's father "created the Circle J & other ranches" in the Kamloops district of
British Columbia. He recognizes & records the achievements of many cattlemen who rode herd in that vast & beautiful region
encompassing the Thompson River & its branches. Fine in slightly edgeworn dj. (#0505019)
440. Bulow, Ernest. NAVAJO TABOOS. Gallup: Southwestern Books, 1982. First Edition. 1st printing. Medium sized 4to pictorial
wraps; cover drawing by Ernest Franklin. 65pp. Bibliography. Near fine. (#1209022)
MODERN DAYS. Winona: p.p., 1897. First Edition. 1st printing. Brilliant gilt-stamped & gilt-pictorial dark green cloth. 694pp.
Frontispiece: author. 2 maps (section of Franquelin's map of the Miss. & Chippewa Rivers; section of Buffalo Co. 2pp of collected
portraits of officers & executive committee of the Winona County Old Settlers' Association. General Index has 10pp of names. fos of
Walter Hoge on ffep & his simple library sticker on front paste down indicating that he bought this book in 1905 for 50 cents. There is
some interesting information on this man on the internet, assuming it is the Hoge of Idaho. The beautiful mountain on the front cover
looks all the world like Mt. Rainer, but index says it is "Wa-pa-ha-sha, or Cap of Papasha, now Sugar Loaf", which is a rocky pinnacle
overlooking Winona. On the front cover is a 1/4" spot; barest trace of wear to cover corners. Vg+ condition. Very scarce. (#1412024)
442. Bunton, Mary Taylor. A BRIDE ON THE OLD CHISHOLM TRAIL. Naylor, San Antonio, 1939, 1939. First Edition. 12mo
decorated cloth. 77pp. Frontispiece portrait of Bunton. Drawings. Addenda. The author accompanied her husband on an 1884 cattle
drive from their ranch near Sweetwater, Texas, up through Indian Territory to Coolidge, Kansas. A brief, but classic, memoir of the
Chisholm Trail. Tiny label of the famous Coleen's Books, Houston, on lower corner of ffep. Fine in barely chipped dj. Herd 354.
443. Burbick, Joan. GUN SHOW NATION Gun Culture and American Democracy (Signed). The New Press, NY, 2006, 2006.
ARC. Advance Reading Copy. Trade pictorial wraps. 217pp. Extensive notes. Signed & dated by Burbick. Chapters on Buffalo Bill,
Uncivil Rights, Reagan, Gun-Grabbing Wives: there's sure to be something here that will make everybody mad. Fine, as new.
(#0611026ARC) $16.40
444. Burdick, Usher L., Ed. DAVID F. BARRY'S INDIAN NOTES ON "THE CUSTER BATTLE" Baltimore: Wirth Bros,
1949. Enlarged Edition. Printed wraps. 47pp. Illus. Color frontispiece portrait of Custer. Barry was the acclaimed photographer of the
great Indians of the northern plains, working out of Bismarck, and then for many years until his death, Superior, Wisconsin. He was
called, "The Little Shadow Catcher." Bit of foxing on fly leaves. About fine. A very scarce item first published in shorter form in
1937. (#1602018)
445. Burgess, Glenda. The Geography of Love A Memoir (Signed). New York: Broadway Books, 2008. First Edition. 1st printing.
Cloth & boards. 310 pp. Signed & dated by Burgess shortly after publication. "A courageous woman's journey into love's
complexities. Fine, like new in dj. (#5022022)
446. Burk, Dale A. NEW INTERPRETATIONS (Cowboy Art; Multiple signatures). n.p.: Western Life, 1969. First Edition. Giltstamped 4to cloth. 204pp. Illus. A presentation copy by Burk to the previous owner. However, this is a phenomenal & unique copy &
we cannot fully describe or picture it for you. Burk, as a writer-photographer, wrote about & photographed a large group of mostly
Montana-based western artists & then produced this book profiling them. The wonder of this copy is that its previous owner knew
and/or contacted many of these artists. They inscribed notes or comments (in pencil & ink) in the book AND ALSO many of them
sketched original work (from small vignettes to larger pieces) in the book, in ink, felt pen, & pencil. Several of them signed under
their art represented in the volume. Represented are, including spouses & others, by signature & in many cases, sketches (signified by
(sk)): Leo Beaulaurier (sk), Sheryl Bodily, John Boland, James Brubaker, John Clarke (sk), Jack Currie, Bob Emerson (sk), Midlred
Emerson, Fred Fellows (sk), Dick Flood, Bud Helbig, O'Neil Jones (sk), Nancy McLaughlin (Powell), Bob Morgan (sk), Darlene
Morgan (sk), Bette Myers, Bob Miller (sk), Merle Olson (sk), Mary Parker, Les Peters (sk) (Peters even signed two versions of a
Leanin' Tree card featuring his art!), Roy Porter, Ace Powell (sk), Dave Powell (sk), Keith Powell (sk), Albert Racine (sk), Rex Rieke
(sk), Tom Sander (sk) (note: Sander is not represented in the book, but inscribed it & signed a large card), Gary Schildt (sk), John
Segesman (sk), Shorty Shope, Elmer Springer (sk), Branson Stevenson (sk), Jack Whitney, Christy Ann Winter, Carl Wood (sk). In a
case or two, it appears that owners of art appearing in the book have signed (Paul Masa, Doris Masa). LAID IN LETTERS WITH
ENVELOPES: Segesman, Don M. Hill (carver), Dick Flood (Idaho Falls Trailside Gallery owner, with a wonderful letter relating a
two week visit in Arizona with Ted DeGrazia, with color snapshot of Flood, including notes, at DeGrazia gallery; Flood notes he has
also seen or will see Olaf Wieghorst, Walt Coburn, Lone Wolf, & Joe DeYong); he further notes his purchases of works by Carl Borg,
Edward Borein, William R. Leigh, Frank Tenney Johnson, & Charlie Russell. Also, eleven letters/envelopes from Merle Olson
(Bigfork, Mont.). We can supply limited, selected digital photos on demand on to seriously interested potential buyer(s). No dj with
this copy. PLEASE NOTE: This is not the limited & numbered edition. (#1104015)
447. Burke, Fred C. LOGS ON THE MENOMINEE The History of the Menominee River Boom Company. Marinette &
Menasha: Privately Printed, 1946. First Edition. Cloth with red printed label. 98pp. Illus. Appendix. Glossary. Pencil fos. Laid in is a
two sided printed circular describing the book & the author. The Menominee River runs along the boundary between NE Wisconsin
north of Green Bay and a portion of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Near fine; no dj if issued. Very scarce book on logging/milling
in on area of the Great Lakes. (#1602019) $172.50
448. Burke, John M. BUFFALO BILL From Prairie to Palace An Authentic History of the Wild West With Sketches, Stories
of Adventure, and Anecdotes of "Buffalo Bill", the Hero of the Plains. Chicago: Rand, McNally, 1893. First Edition. 1st printing.
Professionally rebound in red-orange cloth with black imprinted spine with decoration. 275pp. I compared this copy, which I received
disbound, with a copy in original binding which I have sold. This copy is missing the Buffalo Bill front., but has the second one as
well as Burke's portrait. My comparison showed this copy has an additional ad (one ad is for Siringo's A Texas Cow-Boy). Text block
in vg to near fine condition; title page which is thick enough to be a front cover, is in vg condition. My research on the previous copy
has me saying the following: "This book's rarity is noted in the 2005 (non-facsimile) paperback reprint, where the writer of the Intro,
Dr. Jason Berger, says that only one of four modern Cody biographers even cited this book, & then just barely. Very few copies of this
book have been offered for sale in the last eighty odd years, & few libraries have a copy. The owner of this copy may be assured of
many, many years of reading and reference. Burke served as what some called the "general manager" for William F. "Buffalo Bill"
Cody's Wild West Show. Howes B982. (#1602020) $575.00
449. Burke, Michael D. THE SAME RIVER TWICE: A Boatman's Journey Home (Signed). Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 2006,
2006. First Edition. 1st printing. Trade pictorial wraps. 184pp. Signed & dated in 2007 by Burke. Memoir & reflections of a 3-week
raft trip down rivers in British Columbia. A "distant relative" of the author was a "champion 'swiftwater pilot of the North" a hundred
years ago. Fine, like new. (#0805020)
450. Burkley, Richard F. (Edit. & Comp.). ALCOHOLISM AND THE HELPING PROFESSIONS. Univ of Wisconsin
Extension, Dept. of Social Work, Madison, 1967, 1967. First Edition. 4to pictorial wraps. 245pp. Suggested reading list. Map. Various
contributors give their professional expertise to the subject. Actually a very useful, if somewhat dated, resource book. Underlining &
marks in ink throughout. Subjects all across the board: AA, Al-Anon, Treatment & Rehab, Physical aspects, Disease Concept
(professionally new view at that time, apparently), The Addicted Woman, Family Counseling, Art & Science of Helping, ,etc.. Very
good condition. Very scarce. (#THEOSHEL120)
451. Burland, Cottie. NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN MYTHOLOGY. Feltham. 1968., 1968. First Thus. New Edition. 4to giltstamped pict cloth. 141pp. Well illustrated. Fine in pc dj. (#9304019) $9.84
452. Burleson, Bob. RUNIC MEANING IN TEXAS CATTLE BRANDS Plays of the Organic Theatre. Worksworth, Berkeley,
1995, 1995. 2nd edition, revised & enlarged. Bound in flexible plastic wrappers. 511pp. Review copy stamped on bottom edge. Laid
in full page t.l.s. from the publisher to well known bookseller, the late George Tweney. Be forewarned, this book is not really about
Texas cattle brands, but is a selection of avant-garde drama by the writer (one play being the book's title), who left Texas for Berkeley.
Laid in are two stapled pages of summaries, & several other leaves. Fine, as new. (#0411008)
453. Burnette, O. Lawrence, Jr. WISCONSIN WITNESS TO FREDERICK JACKSON TURNER A Collection of Essays on
The Historian and the Thesis (Signed). Madison: State Historical Soc of Wisconsin, 1961. First Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped
cloth. 204pp. Illus. Presentation on ffep from author (using his initials) & dated 12/21/1961. Fine in dj, which is backstrip browned &
has a closed short tear on back panel. Scarce signed. (#1412025)
454. Burnham, Dorothy K. TO PLEASE THE CARIBOO painted caribou-skin coats worn by the Naskapi, Montagnais, and
Cree hunters of the Quebec-Labrador peninsula. Seattle, 1992., 1992. First Edition. 4to cloth. 314pp. Illustrated in great detail,
mostly with drawings of designs from the coats, but with a color portfolio as well. Notes. Literature Cited. Beautiful book. Like new
in dj. Surprisingly very scarce. (#SHEL349) $49.21
455. Burns, Ken). THE WEST. n.p., 1996. Ephemera. Not a book. Long pictorial panel promoting the book based on the famous TV
mini-series. This unusual paper over board promotional is 14 5/8" tall x 57 3/8" long. Folds have been created by the manufacturer so
tha t it can stand as a square with 4 outward facing panels. Three photos (each a different color tone) are on each of the end panels.
The central 2 panels reproduce the famous photo taken by Wm. Prettyma n of the Run into the Cherokee Strip of Oklahoma in 1893.
The words, "Go West!" are printed at the top of the right central panel. Photos credits in small type are printed along the lower
adjacent pan el. Near fine. Oversized. A rare, if modern, promotional. (#9612172)
456. Burroughs, Raymond Darwin. THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION. Lansing: U. of
Michigan Press, 1961. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 340pp. Appendix. Notes with bibliographical info. Index. Ink fos at top of
ffep partially erased with paper surface at erasure a little rough. Near fine in near fine dj (price on flap inked over). Scarce in nice
condition in 1st edit. (#1412026) $57.53
457. Burt, Jesse Clifton. INDIANS OF THE SOUTHEAST: Then and Now. Abingdon, Nashville, 1973, 1973. First Edition.
Royal 8vo pictorial cloth. 304pp. Illustrated with lots of reproductions of drawings, lithos, engravings, photos (including color, but
mainly b/w), even snapshots. Particularly striking is a 2-page color reproduction of "Trail of Tears" painted by Jerome Tiger. Maps.
Appendices. Notes. "Places to See and Experience". Glossary. Bibliography. Index. A really nice reference book highlighting SE
nations who came to Oklahoma. Fine in dj with a couple of short edge tears. (#0711039) $18.00
458. Burton, Arthur T. BLACK, RED, AND DEADLY: Black and Indian Gunfighters of the Indian Territory, 1870-1907
(Signed). Austin: Eakin Press, 1991. 1st Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 304pp. Illus. Appendix, "Modern Day (Native American &
Black) Lawmen." Bibliography. Index. Signed by Burton. From the library of Western historian Robert K. DeArment, and with his
embossment on ffep. A simply excellent & well-researched volume. Essential for an Indian Territory/Oklahoma library. Fine in dj.
Very scarce signed. (#1412028) $85.04
459. Buschert, M. and Sandford, Robert W. PANORAMAS OF THE CANADIAN ROCKIES. Banff, Alberta, Canada: Banff,
1987., 1989. First Edition. Oblong cloth. 104pp. Stunningly illustrated with multiple foldout landscapes of the Canadian Rockies,
taken by Buschert with a panoramic camera utilizing a sharp 75mm lens to prevent distortion. Bound in an easy handling size (7 1/4"
x 10 1/4"), this is a "must" book for your Canadian Rockies collection. Fine, as new in dj. (#5009021)
460. Bush, Catherine. THE RULES OF ENGAGEMENT (Signed). Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, NY, 2000., 2000. First Edition.
Cloth and boards. 302 pp. Signed & dated by Bush. Fine, as new, in dj. (#5001028)
461. Bush, Nancy. Ultra Violet (Signed). New York: Kensington Pub Corp, 2008. First Thus. 1st printing. Paperback. 416 pp.
Signed & dated by Bush shortly after publication. Detective fiction. Fine, like new. (#5022038) $8.06
462. Bush, Richard J. (Late of the Russo - American Telegraph Expedition). REINDEER, DOGS, AND SNOW - SHOES: A
Journal of Siberian Travel and Exploration Made in the Years 1865, 1866, and 1867. London: Sampson, Low, Son, and Marston,
1872. First Edition. We believe this to be the first edition, copyrighted in 1871 but issued in 1872 (title page year). Original pictorial
gilt-stamped cloth. 529pp + 32pp of publisher's ads. Illustrated with engravings. Folding map, "Sketch Map Showing Route of Richd
J. Bush During His Travels & Explorations North Eastern Asia" (which included trailing end of Aleutian chain). Binder's label,
"Bound by W. Bone & Son Fleet St. London". Bush was to make preliminary surveys for the Russo - American telegraph line. The
plan which sent this expedition off was ultimately to lay a line between San Francisco & Moscow, via Siberia. This copy in original
cloth has been rebacked under the original spine, with new endpapers matching the originals. This copy was never read, as the
signatures have not been cut at the top. The covers are worn at the corners. There is some darkening from old stain along the cover
edges. Nevertheless, a good+, tight copy copy in great shape for another 140 years. 1872/1871 (#0903025) $125.54
463. Butler, Ken. OKLAHOMA RENEGADES: Their Deeds and Misdeeds (Signed). Gretna: Pelican Publishing, 1997. Pictorial
wraps. 236pp. Illus. Chronology of Homicides. Notes. Index. Presentation copy signed by author to Western historian Robert K.
DeArment. Fine. (#1412030)
464. Butler, Mike. 92 DAYS IN THE SADDLE. Ft. Collins, 1975., 1975. First Edition. 1st edition. Cloth. 135pp. Illust. Modern
cowboying in Wyoming & N. Dakota. Fine in mod edgeworn, pc dj. (#9902031)
465. Buttree, Julia M. (Julia M. Seton). THE RHYTHM OF THE REDMAN In Song, Dance and Decoration. NY: A. S. Barnes,
1930. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial cloth. 280pp. Nice illustrations. Bibliography. Chronological Bibliography. Songs
According to Tribes. Intro, Art Section & Illustrations by Ernest Thompson Seton. fos. Bit of dampstain to lower front cover, but nice
copy. Vg. (#1412031)
466. Buzbee, Lewis. STEINBECK'S GHOST (Signed). NY: Feiwel & Friends, 2008. First Edition. 1st printing. Hardbound.
343pp. Initial/signed by Buzbee on title page. Fine in dj. (#SHEL719) $9.50
467. Bye, John O. AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW or PROMISE AND FULFILLMENT Farewell to the Old (Signed).
Everett: Privately Published, 1959. First Edition. 4to cloth. 469pp. Long inscription by Bye. A fictionalized account of ranching in
Dakota Territory by the author of the non-fiction book, Back Trailing in the Heart of the Short Grass Country. Quite collectable. No
longer common. Near fine in chipped dj. (#0502029) $22.96
468. Bye, John O. BACK TRAILING IN THE HEART OF THE SHORT GRASS COUNTRY. Everett: Privately Prnted, 1956.
First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial royal 8vo cloth. 392pp. Illustrated with drawings & vintage photos. BOTH large folding maps are
present "Texas Trails Map" (incredibly packed with place names & ranches from Texas to the Canadian prairies); "Short Grass
Country Ranch Map" (also incredibly detailed with place names, ranches & brands, of the northern plains). A great Montana &
regional ranching memoir. Scarce now, especially with both maps. Along the bottom of the front cover is a strip of dampstain
resulting in lost of the otherwise dull gray color of the binding. Couple of very small stain spots on back cover; there is a bump to
upper back cover corner. Binding integrity is fine. With these faults, an otherwise sound copy is only graded good. Herd 388. Scarce.
469. Byrne, Peter. THE HUNT FOR BIGFOOT (Signed). Charleston: CreateSpace, 2015. 1st Edition. Print on demand but
original printing of such. Glossy pictorial wraps. 285pp. Illus. Signed by Bryne & dated in the month after publication. Byrne is one of
the original Bigfoot/Sasquatch researchers, coming from a big game hunting background in Africa and Asia. He has been involved in
wildlife habitat protection in Asia in the last few years. Byrne began his Bigfoot research under the support of the famous Texas
millionaire, Tom Slick. This book is in two basic parts. First and last sections are new material as Byrne looks back in his formative
research years, and also cites historical evidence of the creature. This occupies the first section of the book. The last section print
Byrne's opinions on various things like intelligence, habitat, population, etc. His views are quite conservative and often skeptical in
nature, while at the same time he professes his conviction for the existence, past and maybe present, of Bigfoot. The middle section is
a reprint of the author's 1975 book, The Search for Sasquatch, minus the Appendices of the original edition. Your bookseller noticed
that at least some early material in the book has been amplified and revised from the 1975 edition, specifically the time he came out of
Nepal on the Yeti search and what he did before arriving in the Pacific Northwest. I recommend this book as an important contribution
to the genre, if not groundbreaking from a 2015 perspective. Unfortunately, the Table of Contents page has no pages associated with
chapter titles, and a couple of chapters were inserted in the text that are not on the contents page. The reader will pencil in, if he or she
wishes, page numbers for the Contents page. Fine, like new. Recently a signed copy was sold on Ebay for a great deal more than my
asking price. (#SHEL941)$115.00
470. Byrne, Peter. THE MONSTER TRILOGY GUIDEBOOK How to find a bigfoot, a yeti, and the Loch Ness Monster
(Association signed). Surrey & Blaine: Hancock House, 2013. First Edition. 1st printing. Glossy pictorial wraps. 176pp. Illus. Index.
A couple of maps. Signed by the photo editor, Chris Murphy. Byrne's advice after decades of searching and exploration. We especially
like the illustrative material in the book. Many images, photos & artwork alike, are not in other publications. Bigfoot material centers
on the Pacific Northwest. Fine, like new. (#1307013) $30.02
471. Cabrall, Mary Lynn; Jamie Lee Nudie. NUDIE THE RODEO TAILOR: The Life and Times of the Original Rhinestone
Cowboy (Signed). Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith, 2004. First Edition. 1st printing. Oblong 4to pictorial hardbound. 157pp. Abundantly
illustrated primarily with great candid b/w photos of Nudie & many famous movie, TV, & singing stars, with some in color.
Introduction by Nudie Cohn's granddaughter, Jamie Lee Nudie, one of the co-authors. Signed on the title page by her & by co-author
Cabrall. 2 pps "About The Authors" in the back. A terrific & loving book on the man who, along with his beloved wife, Bobbie,
provides a lot of famous stars with the best and most fashionable of Western wear. "If you have a dream, you can realize it." - Nudie.
Fine copy; no dj as issued. (#1602022)
472. Cadman, Charles Wakefield. FOUR AMERICAN INDIAN SONGS (Signed). Boston: White-Smith, 1909. First Edition. 1st
printing thus. 4to printed & decorated stiff wraps, cord-tied. 29pp. Opus 45. Presentation at top of pictorial title page to Mr. Dalum (?)
Peterson from his friend Charlie Wakefield Cadman. Songs/music: "From the land of the Sky-blue Water", "The White Dawn is
Stealing", "Far Off I Hear A Lover's Flute", "The Moon Drops Low". There are a few pencil/pen notes as aids for singing. Vg, but
1.5" tear in from spine noted. Cord binding pulling. Rare signed by Cadman. (#1506019) $141.28
473. Cady, John H.; Woon, Basil Dillon (Rewritten & Revised by). ARIZONA'S YESTERDAY BEING THE NARRATIVE OF
JOHN H. CADY PIONEER. n.p.: Privately Printed, 1916. First Thus. 1st printing thus of presumably an original manuscript. Cady
copyrighted the book in 1916, but Woon did the revision the year previous. Small 8vo gilt-illustrated cloth, with about half of the gilt
worn off. 120pp. Illustrated with photos. Argonaut, stage driver, deputy sheriff, Indian warfare, etc. General, but moderate, wear to
extremities. Good. Herd 391, Howes C16. (#1602023)
474. Caemmerer, Richard R. FEEDING AND LEADING In the Worshiping Church, etc. St. Louis: Concordia, 1962. First
Edition. Wraps. 112pp. Biblography. Subtitle continues, "in Parish Nurture, In Christian Giving, In Community Witness, In World
Outreach." Written by a former professor & department head at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. Fine, like new. Rather scarce.
475. Caemmerer, Richard R., and Fuerbringer, Alfred O. (Editors). TOWARD A MORE EXCELLENT MINISTRY. Concordia,
St. Louis, 1964, 1964. First Edition. Cloth. 153pp. Essays by some of the great professors of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, in the
1960s, at the time of the 125th anniversary of the then prestigious seminary of The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. Essays by
Fuerbringer, Coiner, David S. Schuller, Carl S. Meyer, Repp, Franzmann, Herbert J. A. Bouman, Danker, Wuerffel, & George W.
Hoyer. Underlining only in last, short, essay. Review laid in. Owner's address stamp ffep & brief ink note on rear fly. Fine in chipped
dj. (#THEOSHEL195) $6.93
476. Cain, Chelsea. THE NIGHT SEASON (Signed). NY: Minotaur, 2011. ARC. Glossy pictorial wraps. Advance Reader's
Edition. 320pp. Signed by Cain. Fine. (#SHEL605ARC)
477. Cain, Chelsea. Sweetheart (Signed). New York: Minotaur Books, 2008. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 328 pp. Boldly
signed by Cain in red felt pen on title page. Like new in dj. (#5022052)$19.84
478. Calgary). THE RANCHMEN'S CLUB A Slight Historical Sketch, 1891 - 1952. Calgary: Privately Published, 1953. First
Edition. Small 4to paper over boards, with gilt-stamped emblem. 24pp. Photos. Brief history & lists, of Alberta cattle trade interest.
Moderate, but several stains on covers; cracked lower spine. Good. (#1111013) $32.01
479. Calhoun, Dia. Avielle of Rhia (Signed). Marshall Cavendish, Tarrytown, 2006, 2006. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth &
boards. 397pp.. Signed & dated by Calhoun shortly after publication. Fine, as new in dj. (#5018029)
480. Calhoun, Dia. FIREGOLD (Signed). n.p.: Winslow Pr, 1999. First Edition. Cloth & boards. 285pp. Illus. Signed & dated by
Calhoun in year of publication. Fine, like new in dj. (#5022053)
481. Calhoun, Dia. The Phoenix Dance (Signed). Gordonsville, Virginia, U.S.A.: Farrar Straus & Giroux, 2005. First Edition. 1st
printing. Cloth & boards. 273pp. Signed & dated by Calhoun shortly after publication. Fine, as new in dj. (#5017046)
482. California Double-Sided Reward Poster). (Dorris - Butte Valley). REWARD We, the members of the Butte Valley
Cattlemen's Association, Offer. Butte Valley Star, Dorris, Novermber, 1959., 1959. First Thus. Ephemera. Not a book. Original
poster offering reward "for information leading to the arrest and conviction of any person or persons stealing or butchering any
CATTLE or HORSES belonging to the undersigned." R.L. Meglasson , Secretary, & R.J. Taylor, Secretary (Mt. Hebron). Black print
on white poster card stock. 11" x 14". 101 names & their brands printed on two sides. Small corner crease & tear, & a few pin holes at
top & bottom. Slightly soiled. Couple of minor ink marks & an ink correction. Vg, showy piece. (#0007023)
483. California) Library Association of California. LIBRARIES OF CALIFORNIA IN 1899. S. F.: Library Assoc of Cal, 1900.
First Edition. 1st printing thus. Printed wraps. 24pp. Officers. Introductory Note. Libraries of California. Libraries of San Francisco.
Basic, but noteworthy data on dozens of libraries. LAC #3. Light browning to front cover; some press creases to upper binding. Vg.
Scarce. (#1204019)
484. California). CATHAY IN ELDORADO: The Chinese in California (all 12 parts). n.p.: Book Club of California, 1972. First
Edition. 1st printings. Twelve 4 page folders, 4to. Complete set. Near fine. (#1412032) $22.51
485. California). CHIROPRACTIC IN CALIFORNIA A Report. L. A.: Haynes Foundation, 1960. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to
hardbound. 240pp. Illus. Charts. Graphs. Tables. Conducted by the Stanford Research Institute. Back cover spotted. Good. No dj.
Scarce. (#SHEL771)
Kearny: John Milledge & William B. Tyler, 1917. First Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped full red leather. 235pp. Frontispiece: Maj.
Gen. Frederick S. Strong (with facing bio). "President's Message and Proclamation of War". "History of General Kearny" (1p).
Appendix: "List of Officers Active and Retired, Residing in San Diego". Ads. Index to Complete Roster (lists company & regiment
group numbers/names). "Clubs and Rest Rooms in San Diego for Service Men". (1p). Moderate wear to extremities & head/toe of
spine. Short split at toe of spine (1/2"). Vg. Rare. (#1408026) $300.15
487. California). Fire Underwriters' Assoc. Of the Pacific. THE KNAPSACK (The California Knapsack). FUAP, S.F., 1898,
1898. First Edition. Cloth. 286pp. Illustrated with several humorous pen & ink drawings. There is a small, nifty-looking San Francisco
bookbinder's label on the back paste down. Brown floral endpapers. "A Collection of original short Stories, Sketches, Anecdotes and
Essays" contributed by members of the Fire Underwriters' Assoc. of the Pacific. An unusual & uncommon volume of tales out of
California. General wear to covers. Sound, good+ copy. Black title imprint on front cover; spine is flaked off. Scarce. (#0401025)
488. California). Nevada City. NEVADA CITY HIGH SCHOOL. NEVADA CITY ATHLETIC CLUB. (Nevada City), 1907,
1910, 1907. Ephemera. Not a book. Two pieces of ephemera. 1) Senior Class Commencement invitation, Nevada City High School,
June 12, 1907. Approx 5" x 6 1/4", engraved on one side. Folded. Vg. 2) Athletic Exhibition notice at Nevada City Athletic Club,
April 22, 1910. 2 1/2" x 4 1/4", stiff card printed on one side. Printed date of the 15th crossed out & the 22nd inked in. Slightly soiled
on back; near fine. 1907, 1910 (#0401102) $29.52
489. Callahan, John. A MAN YOU COULD LOVE (Signed). Golden: Fulcrum, 2007. First Edition. 1st printing. Hardbound.
457pp. Signed & dated by Callahan. An "ambitious first novel" with a political campaign subject matter and overtones of civil rights,
Vietnam War, etc.. " a fresh look at the ins and outs of Washington politics." Fine, like new in dj. (#5012041)
490. Callahan, John. A MAN YOU COULD LOVE (Signed). Golden: Fulcrum, 2007. First Edition. 1st printing. Hardbound.
457pp. Signed & dated by Callahan. An "ambitious first novel" with a political campaign subject matter and overtones of civil rights,
Vietnam War, etc.. " a fresh look at the ins and outs of Washington politics." Fine, like new in dj. (#5019002)
491. Callaway, (Judge) Lew L. MONTANA'S RIGHTEOUS HANGMEN The Vigilantes in Action. Norman: U of Oklahoma,
1982. First Edition. Hardbound. 233pp. Illus. Index. Map: "Vigilante Country, 1863-64". Three appendices, including a 24pp "The
Story of George Ives." Gift inscription on ffep. The very interesting & highly informative published edition of Callaway & his father's
reliable memories of the Montana outlaws & vigilantes. Fine in dj. (#1003014b) $14.98
492. Callery, Nancy. MARES, MUD, AND MANURE A Collection of Poems for Horse Lovers. Privately printed, (Springfield,
Ore.), 1996., 1996. First Edition. Small 4to hardbound. 77pp. Illustrated by the author & Jim Denny. Inscribed by Callery. Fine, as
new, no dj as issued. Scarce. (#0211018) $22.96
493. Cameron, Sara. NATURAL ENEMIES (Signed). Atlanta: Turner Pub, 1993. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards.
251pp. Presentation copy signed by Cameron in 2002 to F______. First few & last few pages with light waterstain triangle at lower
binding corner. Priced accordingly. Signed copies scarce. (#5019049) $9.00
494. Cameron, Stella. Key West (Signed). NY: Kensington Pub Corp, 1999. First Edition. 1st printing. 392 pp. Signed & dated on
the title page by Cameron in the early fall of the year of publication. Fine, like new in dj. Very scarce signed. (#5006029)
495. Cameron, William Bleasdell. THE WAR TRAIL OF BIG BEAR Being the Story of the connection of Big Bear and the
other Cree Indians and their followers with the Canadian NorthWest Rebellion of 1885, the Frog Lake Massacre and events
leading up to and following it, and of Two Months Imprisonment in the Camp of the Hostiles. London: Duckworth, 1926. 1st
Edition. Cloth. 256pp. The rare 1st edition. Portraits. Cameron was an eye-witness of many of the things that happened surrounding
the NW Rebellion, and personally knew its main characters, including Big Bear, Poundmaker, the other Indians, as well as the military
men & traders. "I lived at Frog Lake, was present at that massacre and narrowly escaped the fate that overtook my luckless fellows."
Absorbing reading & an important witness to events. Mild wear to extremities. Vg. Whale 188 quoting Peel, "an engaging account...".
496. Camp, Michael. CPMFESSIONS OF A BIBLE THUMPER: My Homebrewed Quest for a Reasoned Faith (Signed).
Seattle: Engage Faith, 2012. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 347pp. Notes. Inscribed to J___e & signed by Camp.
Publisher's promo laid in. Fine. (#5009082) $9.50
497. Campa, Arthur L. HISPANIC CULTURE IN THE SOUTHWEST. Norman: OU, 1979. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to cloth.
316pp. Illus. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Extensive information. Fine in vg dj with back panel lower corner short tear, crease.
498. Campbell, David, Ed. NATIVE AMERICAN ART AND FOLKLORE: A Cultural Celebration. Avenel: Crescent Books,
1993. First Edition. 4to cloth. 223pp. Beautifully illustrated in color with a few b/w drawings. Index. Eastern, Southwest, Plains &
Basin, California & the Northwest Coast, Arctic. Fine, like new in vg, corner wrinkled dj. (#1104018)
499. Campbell, Gilbert L. WET PLATES AND DRY GULCHES. Filter Press, Palmer Lake, 1970, 1970. First Edition. Pictorial
wraps. 60pp. Illustrated with old etchings & engravings. A nice item combining the art of 19th Century illustration with the Colorado
gold rush. Attractive little book. Slight soil, near fine. (#0401026)
500. Campbell, John Carl. HISTORIC HAPPENINGS IN MORRIS COUNTY, KANSAS 1820 - 1993. n.p.: Privately Printed,
1993. First Edition. 4to printed wraps. 207pp. Illus. Maps. Index. Morris Co. is NW of Emporia, & the seat is Council Grove. Early
history includes Santa Fe Trail, Indians & Settlers, gold seekers, railroad, etc. Couple of minor blemishes. Near fine. Scarce.
501. Campbell, Polly/ Lesowitz, Nina . IMPERFECT SPIRITUALITY: Extraordinary Enlightenment for Ordinary People [
Viva, 2012. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 282pp. Scribble-signed by Campbell. Fine, like new. (#5016068)
Chicago: p.p., 1909. Revised Edition. Gilt-stamped pictorial cloth. 352pp. Illus. Index. fos on front blank page & red stamp of "T. G.
Weston's Mexican Art Shop Mexico City." Nice original purchase provenance copy thus. Couple of small marks on front cover; near
fine. (#SHEL810)
503. Campbell, Robert. TWO JOURNALS OF ROBERT CAMPBELL (Chief Factor Hudson's Bay Company 1808-1853).
Seattle: Shorey's, 1967. 2nd Edition. Tall folio printed wraps bound in plastic. 151pp. A typescript was originally published by
Shoreys in 1958 in 100 copies, & followed by this additional printing of 100 copies. Campbell's extensive service to the HBC was in
the MacKenzie District, & ample info on him is available on the internet. Very scarce. (#1307015)
Calgary --- Alberta. (Calgary): Army and Navy Veterans in Canada, 1923. First Edition. Gilt-stamped cloth. 124pp. plus 40pp. (39pp
ads & 1p frontispiece). Several portraits: Prince of Wales, Major M. J. Crehan, W. J. Tupper, Major Fawcett G. Taylor, Brig. Gen. H.
C. Bickford, E. Browne-Wilkinson, Major H. E. Gates, Lieut.-Col. W. G. Fellows, Major B. W. Ryan, Capt. H. Colebourne, Capt. J.
D. Mohaghan, Lieut.-Col. A. W. Duffus. Much information. The full-page & 1/2 page ads are most attractively designed, & are
mostly from Western Canada: beer (many!), coal, lumber & saw mills (Hastings Saw Mills, Vancouver), construction, grain,
steamships, clothing & home, Thetford Mines in Quebec, other mines, banks, alcohol. There is a gilt-stamped ad on the back cover for
Seagram's V. O. No. 83 White Wheat, Joseph E. Segram & Sons, etc.. Very, very scarce. (#5010052)
505. Canada). CANADA 1939 New York World's Fair Edition The Official Handbook of Present Conditions and Recent
Progress. Ottawa: Dominion Bureau of Statistics, 1939. First Edition. 1st edition. Pictorial red wraps. 176pp. Illus. Index. Long
folding color map, "Animated Tourist Map of the Southern Portion of Canada And Highway Connections with the United States."
Nice little vignettes sprinkle areas of the map, including tiny autos at many border crossings. Slight curling to cover corners. Vg.
506. Canadian Cattle). POST CARDS. n.p., 1906. Postcard. Not a book. Six original 100 year old color & b/w photo (not glossy)
postcards of ranching scenes in Alberta, British Columbia, & the Canadian Northwest. Only one is postally used with stamp & cancel;
the rest are unused. "A Cattle Ranch, Alberta, N.W.T. in the Foothills of the Rockies" (b/w), "A Rancher's Shack, Canadian
Northwest" (b/w but with two color flags), "Cattle Round-up, British Columbia" (b/w), "On the Cattle Ranges, near Calgary" (b/w),
"Ranching in Canada. Branding and Roping" (color & addressed to a lady in Victoria), "A Horse Corral, Canadian North West"
color), "Flock of Sheep Western Canada" (color). Photographers/publishers: Norman Caple & Co, Vancouver; W.G. MacFarlane,
Toronto; Thompson's Studio, Vancouver; Warwick Bro's & Rutter, Toronto. Some light soiling, but in very good condition. This is a
most attractive & very scarce group of Western Canadian ranching images from the early days. (#0606016)
507. Canadian Confederation. THE GLOBE. Toronto, (July 1, 1867), 1867. Newspaper. Not a book. Folio newspaper. Early reprint.
Not a modern facsimile. 4pp. The Confederation Day issue of one of Canada's venerable newspapers. First 2 pages are devoted to the
meaning of confederation from economic & other points of view, & in cludes a synopsis of the history leading to confederation.
Various celebrations covered. Last 2 pages mostly composed of ads & news briefs, including obituary notice of the death of Jemima
Coldwell, daughter of legendary fur trader Alexander Ross. Light browning to quarter folds. Vg. Oversized. (#9805021)
508. Canadian First Nations); Howard Bernard (Ed.). INDIAN NEWS Indian and Eskimo Affairs Program (Bi-lingual) (4
issues). Ottawa: Indian News, 1976. First Thus. Newspaper. 1st printings four issues. Newspaper. Approx 24pp. each. Illus. Vol 17 #
8, 9, 10, 11. Illus. Vg. (#MISSION030) $35.00
509. Canadian First Nations); Howard Bernard (Ed.). INDIAN NEWS Indian and Eskimo Affairs Program (Bi-lingual) (5
issues). Ottawa: Indian News, 1977. First Thus. Newspaper. 1st printings five issues. Newspaper. Approx 24pp. each. Illus. Vol 18 #
1, 3-6. Illus. Vg. (#MISSION031)$40.00
510. Canadian First Nations); Howard Bernard (Ed.). INDIAN NEWS Indian and Eskimo Affairs Program (Bi-lingual) (6
issues). Ottawa: Indian News, 1977. First Thus. Newspaper. 1st printings six issues. Newspaper. Approx 24pp. each. Vol 17 # 8,9,
10. Vol 18, # 3, 5, 6 (large piece torn from upper right corner of front page, but little loss of text). Illus. Other than the copy with piece
torn off, vg condition overall. (#MISSION027)
511. Canadian First Nations). THE NATIVE PEOPLE Canada's First Native Weekly (26 issues, 1976). Edmonton, Alberta:
Native People, 1976. First Thus. Newspaper. 1st printings all 26 issues. Newspapers, folded, usually 16pp each. Illus. All but 3 issues
are from Jan - June. Institutional owner's ink stamp on each front page; perhaps elsewhere; occasional mark. Vg condition. Very
scarce. (#MISSION032) $125.00
512. Canadian Frontier. Lot of 5 books in pictorial wraps. ALBERTA - THE PIONEER YEARS; ONTARIO - THE PIONEER
OF THE CANADIAN WEST. Langley: Langley, B.C., mid 1980s., 1980. First Edition. Four 1st printings & one 1st printing thus
(this publisher). 114pp to 220pp. Fine in pictorial wrappers. 1980s. (#9502025) $25.52
513. Canadian Pacific Railway and Hale, Katherine. LEGENDS OF THE ST. LAWRENCE. n.p., 1926., 1926. 1st edition? Tall
8vo decor boards. 47pp. + nice double page map. Great illustrations by noted CPR related artist Charles W. Simpson. Beautifully
printed on textured paper. A bit of peeling to paper on the inside hinges (but no broken hinges). The text is actually stapled & then
bound onto the boards. (#5007019) $16.20
514. Canadian Rockies) Johnson, Duncan W. SCENES OF THE CANADIAN ROCKIES. Ottawa: Photogelatine Engraving Co,
1935. First Thus. Oblong stapled maroon-lettered brown wraps, 8 1/4" x 10 1/2". (13pp). Deeply tinted photos of mainly Banff
National Park & a couple of Yoho. Vg+. Circa 1935. (#1011024)
515. Canadian Rockies). THE ROCKIES OF CANADA Sixty-Five Specially Selected Views. Coast Publishing, Vancouver, ca
1925, 1925. First Edition. Oblong pictorial stapled wraps. Unpaginated. Illustrated with half-tone b/w photos. Cover title: The Rockies
of Canada. Includes the Selkirks & the Fraser River. A fine, bright copy with couple of tiny spots on front cover. Scarce now, and one
of the better view books of the subject during the 1920s. ca 1925 (#0805023) $40.50
516. Canadian Rockies). THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS OF CANADA IN COLOUR. Associated Screen News Ltd, Montreal, ca
1950, 1950. Unstated printing. Oblong blue pictorial spiral bound wraps, 8 1/2" x 11". A nice item from mid-century. Near fine. ca
1950 (#0502031)$16.40
517. Canfield, Gae Whitney. SARAH WINNEMUCCA OF THE NORTHERN PAIUTES. OU, Norman, 1983. First Edition.
Cloth. 306pp. Illust. Maps. Notes. Index. The "first full-scale biography of Winnemucca, "the daughter of a Northern Paiute chief in
western Nevada." Fine, as new, in dj. (#0606017)
518. Cannon, Miles. WAIILATPU Its Rise and Fall 1836 - 1847: A STORY OF PIONEER DAYS IN THE PACIFIC
NORTHWEST BASED ENTIRELY ON HISTORICAL RESEARCH. Boise: Capital News Job Rooms, 1915. First Edition. 1st
printing. Decorated wraps. 171pp. Illustrated with vintage photos. Classic account relating Narcissa Whitman's travels to the
Northwest, the missionary work, massacre, etc. Good condition with last signature slightly pulled, small spot on back cover, browning
between two preliminary leaves. Top/bottom of spine with splits, re-glued. Graff 575, Smith 1474. (#1506021)
519. Cantadori, Giorgio, and Manfredini, Alessandre Jumbo. World's Best Creative P. O. P. Displays. Italy: Happy Books, Italy,
1998, 1999. First Edition. Glossy pictorial hardbound. 217pp. Lavishly illustrated. Over 400 "Point of Purchase" displays all the way
from tires to watches, "illustrating the historical development of the medium through the most prestigious brand names" Apparently
organized for displays in the 1980s & 1990s, the displays are actually very 1940s & 1950s types. Interesting. Near fine (three small
blotches lower front cover corner) in dj which is torn on the front flap edge & wrinkled on the front panel adjacent to that area. Very
scarce. (#5008064)
520. Canton, J. Sanchez (Translated from the French by James Cleugh). THE PRADO MUSEUM, MADRID. New York: Abrams,
1959. First Edition. Lovely pictorial cloth. 317pp. Illustrated with color and b/w plates. "List of Illustrations". Index. "The
Arrangement of the Museum" (floor plans). Vg+ in dj. NOT AN EX-LIBRARY COPY. (#5022050)
521. Cantrall, Thom. FINDING SASQUATCH (Signed). (Richland): Privately Published, 2012. First Edition. Miniature (2 3/4" x 4
1/4) pictorial stapled wraps. 44pp. Illus. Inside title: "Proving Sasquatch". A concise little booklet advancing various points to support
the authenticity of the Patterson-Gimlin film. Very few printed. Signed by Mr. Cantrall on the cover. (#SHEL617) $22.50
522. Cantrall, Thomas D. "Thom". GHOSTS OF RUBY RIDGE (Signed). Baltimore: PublishAmerica, 2008. Limited/Numbered.
At the top of a blank prelim page, the author has written, "#41 of 100" & provided the date. Trade pictorial wraps. 391pp. Presention
to previous owner by Cantrall, & to your bookseller (who owns another copy & is offering this one for sale). A novel involving NeoNazis & Aryan Nations folks in the Pacific NW, and Sasquatch. "... events are plausible and interesting, the action is fast-paced, and
the characters are those found across America." Cover corners curling, but a good, sound copy. (#1209027)
523. Capps, Benjamin. TALES OF THE SOUTHWEST (Signed). NY: Doubleday, 1991. First Edition. Cloth. 173pp. Signed by
Capps on the half-title. Fine stories by one of the fine authors of Western fiction & a three-time Spur Award winner. The nearly 9pp
Intro, an auto-biographical piece by Capps, is worth the price of the book. Fine, but note that the complete dj has stain along the crease
of the rear flap bleeding somewhat into the back panel. Just a bit of narrow stain on the edge of the ffep. Signed copies very scarce.
(#1011027 )
524. Capps, Benjamin. A WOMAN OF THE PEOPLE A Novel (Signed). NY: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1966. First Edition. Cloth &
decorated boards. 242pp. Signed by Capps, a multiple winner of the coveted Spur award, on the half-title. "... the story of a girl who at
the age of nine is captured and held by ... the Comanches." Fine in dj with one small (1/2" x 5/16") triangle chip at top of front panel.
Scarce signed. (#1011030)
525. Caras, Roger A. THE CUSTER WOLF Biography of an American Renegade. Boston, 1966., 1966. 2nd printing. Cloth.
175pp. Chapter head pen & ink illustrations. Vg, lacking dj. (#9808023)
526. Carey, Roland. THE SOUND AND THE MOUNTAIN. Seattle: Alderbrook, 1970. First Edition. Tall 4to stiff pictorial
wrappers. 110pp. Illustrated with photos & drawings. Index. A survey history of primarily the lower Puget Sound & Tacoma. Vg.
527. Carling, Mary Ann (Compiled by). BUTTE COMMEMORATIVE (Signed). Visalia: Privately Published, 1974. First Edition.
4to decorated cloth. 96pp. Illustrated with great vintage photos. Rear endpapers of 1884 bird's eye view of Butte. Signed by Carling &
dated in 1975. Notation in ink on recto of rear free endpaper. A few minor & small spots on covers, else fine. No dj; possibly as
issued. (#1111017)
528. Carlisle, Edgar C. THE JOYS OF YOUR BAPTISM. Yukon OK: Bible Outreach Ministries Press, 1983. 4to pictorial plastic
spiral bound wraps. 69pp. The author examines briefly what he identifies as the five baptisms found in the Bible, and of course
advocates water baptism (from a Baptist doctrinal perspective). Fine. Scarce. (#THEOSHEL384) $20.67
529. Carlson, Laurie Winn (Signed). ON SIDESADDLES TO HEAVEN The Women of the Rocky Mountain Mission.
Caldwell: Caxton Printers Ltd, 1998. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 256 pp. Illust. Bibliography. Index. Map. Signed & dated by
Carlson in 1999. The author "analyzes the lives of the first six white women -- missionary wives -- to cross the Rocky Mountains."
Mary Richardson Walker, Narcissa Whitman, Eliza Spalding, Myra Eells, Mary Gray, & Desire C. Griffin. Fine, like new.
530. Carlson, Laurie Winn. ON SIDESADDLES TO HEAVEN: The Women of the Rocky Mountain Mission (Signed). Caxton,
Caldwell, 1998, 1998. First Edition. Trade pictorial wraps. 256pp. Illust. Bibliography. Index. Signed by Carlson in year after
publication. Robert M. Utley says, (a) "candid look at these women, what their lives were like in the 1830s, and how they thought and
related.. sets the story apart from previous treatments..." Fine, like new. (#0805024)
531. Carlson, Paul H. (Ed.). THE COWBOY WAY An Exploration of History and Culture (Signed). Lubbock: Texas Tech,
2000. First Edition. Cloth. 236pp. Illustrated with some vintage photos. Bibliography. "About the Authors", Index. Warm presentation
from Carlson to Texas bookman, printer, & author, Al Lowman. Sixteen essays. Fine in dj. (#1011031)
532. Carman, Patrick. ATHERTON The House of Power (Signed). Little Brown, NY & Boston, 2007, 2007. ARC. Advance
Reading Copy. Trade pictorial wraps. 328pp. Signed & dated by Carman. Fine. (#5015036ARC) $10.94
533. Carman, Patrick. ELLIOT'S PARK Saving Mister Nibbles! (Signed). New York: Scholastic, 2008. First Edition. Pictorial
hardbound. (80 pp.). Signed by Carman on half-title page. Illustrated by Jim Madsen. "The wild and wacky adventures of a curious
young squirrel named Elliot..." Fine, like new, unread copy. (#5013060)
534. Carpzov II, Johann Benedicti (John Benedict Carpzov II) "The Elder" "The Father of Symbolics". ISOGOGE IN LIBROS
Davidis Fleischeri, 1699. Limited by Antiquity. Original binding. 1,780pp + Indices. Portrait Frontispiece. On the title page after
"Symbolicos", is the listing of the Lutheran confessional works cited in the book: I: Tria Symbola Oecumenica (Three Ecumenical
Creeds). II: Augustanam Confessionem ejusque Apologiam (Augsburg Confession and it's Apology). III: Articlos Smalcaldicos
(Smalcald Articles). IV & V: Utrumque Catechismum Lutheri (Luther's Two Catechisms) , and VI: Formum Concordia (Formula of
Concord). The following is from an internet source: Christian Classics Ethereal Library: Carpzov studied in Wittenberg & He studied
at the University of Wittenberg & Leipsic. "In 1632 he was appointed pastor at Meuselwitz and five years later became deacon at the
Church of St. Thomas at Leipsic. In ten years he rose to the archdeaconry and received the additional appointments of assessor of the
consistory and canon, having become professor of theology at the university in 1641, although his pastoral duties allowed him little
time for teaching. He maintained a certain reserve in the syncretistic controversies of the period, and though in harmony with his
colleague H?lsemann, he carried on a friendly correspondence with Calixtus and later with his pupil Titius. His most important work,
which has won him the title of the father of symbolics, was his Isagoge in libros ecclesiarum Lutheranarum symbolicos (Leipsic,
1665), which was completed after his death by Olearius, general superintendent of Magdeburg." Very good condition. Many of
Carpzov's works are available on the internet in original bindings or reprints, but this title is rare. (#MOR.6.076)
535. Carr, Emily & Dilworth, Ira, Edit. THE HEART OF A PEACOCK. Oxford, Toronto, 1953., 1953. First Edition. Cloth.
234pp. Illustrated with line drawings by the author. One of several fine books by the great Canadian artist & author. "a miscellany of
the late Emily Carr's unpublished writings. w ord sketches and stories that explore the world of her interests." Upper front cover corner
slightly bumped, else fine in vg dj with light wear to extremities. (#5008030) $44.55
536. Carriker, Robert C. FORT SUPPLY INDIAN TERRITORY Frontier Outpost on the Plains. OU, Norman, 1970, 1970. First
Edition. Cloth. 241pp. Illustrated with vintage photos. Bibliography. Index. Maps. A superb, scholarly, & interesting study of the
western part of Indian Territory & the army's control over the Southern Plains. Ft. Supply was established in 1868 in the far western
area of the Cherokee Strip. Fine in dj. Fine copies are scarce now. (#0711045) $58.50
537. Carroll, Campbell. THREE BAR The Story of Douglas Lake. Vancouver: Mitchell Press, 1958. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to
cloth with printed label.111pp. Illus. Endpaper maps of the Douglas Lake Cattle Company in the British Columbia interior. Spine
faded as typical with this book. Vg. No dj as issued. (#1506022)
538. Carroll, John M. (Comp. & Ed.). THE PAPERS OF THE ORDER OF INDIAN WARS. Ft. Collins: Old Army Press, 1975.
First Edition. Royal 8vo blue cloth with red & gold spine labels. 287pp. Illustrated by Lorence Bjorklund. Preface by Col. George
Pappas. A compilation of rare, first hand information on battles & movements of many of the Indian Wars. Included is material on
Custer, the Sioux, the Apaches, The Cheyenne, Geronimo, the Modocs, Snake Mountain, Chief Joseph & the Nez Perce, etc. Fine in
attractive Bjorklund dj, and probably unread. (#0408028)
539. Carroll, John M. (Ed.). GENERAL CUSTER AND THE BATTLE OF THE WASHITA: The Federal View. Guidon Press,
Bryan (TX), 1978, 1978. First Edition. 4to cloth. 255pp. Illustrations by Lorence Bjorklund & Frontispiece by Joe Grandee.
Introduction by Georg W. Schneider-Wettengel. The editor "has provided the serious researcher with the material necessary to begin
to understand" the Washita engagement. He employs Secretary of War, as well as U. S. House & Senate records to do so. Very
slightly bumped cover corner, else fine in slightly edgeworn dj with one short tear. (#0711046) $40.50
540. Carroll, John M. CUSTER IN PERIODICALS a bibliographic checklist. Ft. Collins: Old Army Press, 1975. First Edition.
1st printing. Oblong cloth. 134pp. Intro by the esteemed Jeff Dykes. Includes Custer Years Calendar. Near fine. (#1602025) $23.00
541. Carroll, John M.; and Price, Byron (Compilers). ROLL CALL ON THE LITTLE BIG HORN, 28 JUNE 1876. Ft. Colllins:
Old Army Press, 1974. First Edition. Folio cloth with gilt-decoration. 168pp. Intro by Clarence Clendenen. This volume, "invaluable",
"is a study of the military histories of officers involved in the Sioux Campaign of 1876" (esp. the Battle of the Little Big Horn). Fine.
No dj as issued. Spine not faded! (#1104020)
542. Carroll, Linda. HER MOTHER'S DAUGHTER A Memoir of the Mother I Never Knew and of My Daughter, Courtney
Love (Signed). New York: Random House, 2005. First Edition. Cloth & boards. 303pp. Signed by Carroll on title page. Fine, like
new in dj. (#5012044)
543. Carson, H. Glenn. Coinshooting, How and Where to Do It: Using a Metal Detector Effectively (Signed). 8 States
Associates & Johnson Pub., Boulder: Carson Enterprises, 1973. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 58pp. Illust. Signed & dated in year of
publication. Author's ink stamped business address on title page. This is the true first edition, but with a later assigned ISBN. Light
soiling. Near fine. Signed copies scarce. (#5001058) $20.25
544. Carter III, Samuel. CHEROKEE SUNSET A Nation Betrayed A Narrative of Travail and Triumph, Persecution and
Exile. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, 1976, 1976. First Edition. Cloth & boards. 318pp. Illust. Notes, Bibliography, Index, Endpaper
maps. Fine, as new in dj. Very scarce in this condition. (#0411014)
545. Carter, Charles F. SOME BY-WAYS OF CALIFORNIA. NYC: Grafton, 1902. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial cloth.
189pp. Mojave Desert, Ramona, San Juan Bautista, etc. This copy unread as some leaves un-opened. Spine-darkened, thus good only.
Cowan p108. (#1506023) $18.31
546. Carter, Charles Franklin. RAFAEL A Story of Nueva California. L. A.: Grafton, 1923. First Edition. 1st printing. Giltstamped cloth. 368pp. Frontispiece: San Juan Capistrano. A novel of the Spanish mission(s) of early California. Some foxing to page
facing front., else near fine. No dj. (#1506024)
547. Carter, Matthew M., II. THE 90% RULE How to Get Out of Debt and Prosper and Why It's Important The Biblical
Method for Debt Elimination and Wealth Accumulation. Tallahassee: Privately Printed, 2003. Glossy trade wraps. 175pp.
Bibliography. Fine, like new. (#THEOSHEL255)
548. Carter, W. H. NEW WORLD INDIANS, TRADERS AND SETTLERS. London (Ontario): Privately Printed, 1990. First
Edition. 4to pictorial wraps. 232pp. A rather unusual book dedicated to historians of The American Indian. The author has reproduced
in sepia tone all kinds of Indian & Indian related illustrations from sources in the 19th Century, such as engravings, to modern
drawings, figures, photos of guns & artifacts, maps, etc. The book contains personally written articles & facsimile reprints of old texts
on many different tribes of Indians in North America. Fine. Scarce. (#SHEL484)
549. Casey, Orben J. (Odie B. Faulk, Ed.). AND JUSTICE FOR ALL The Legal Profession in Oklahoma, 1821 - 1989. Okla
Heritage Assoc. & Western Heritage Books, OKC, 1989, 1989. First Edition. Quarto gilt-stamped cloth & simulated leather. 245pp.
Illustrated with vintage photos & portraits. List of Bar Presidents, extensive Endnotes, Index. Chapters on Five Civilized Tribes,
Indian lawyers, famous lawyers (including one on Temple Houston), State Bar Acts, & much more. Fine in original glassine dj. Scarce
now. (#0711048) $76.50
550. Cassella, Carol. HEALER: A Novel (Signed). NY: Simon & Schuster, 2010. 1st Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 291pp.
Signed (no inscription) by author on title page. Fine, like new in dj. (#5013066) $14.50
551. Cates, David Allan. Freeman Walker (Signed) A Novel. Denver: Unbridled Books, 2008. ARC. Uncorrected Proof. Glossy
wraps. 298 pp. Signed & dated by Walker in year of publication. Fine, like new. (#5022051ARC) $7.70
552. Cather, Willa. My Antonia. Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S.A.: Bison Books, 2003. First Thus. "First Nebraska Paperback Printing."
"Scholarly Edition." Green trade wraps, nice 8vo size or larger. 543pp. Inside paper covers neatly & expertly reinforced with clear
wide tape. Fine condition. A classic in Great Plains literature. (#AV2.012)
553. Cather, Willa. Lathrop, JoAnna (Compiler). WILLA CATHER A Checklist of Her Published Writing. Lincoln, 1975., 1975.
First Edition. Printed yellow decor wrappers. 118pp. Fine, as new. (#5009014) $7.09
554. Cattermole, E. G. FAMOUS FRONTIERSMEN, PIONEERS AND SCOUTS, etc. Chicago: Donohue Bros, 1883. Later
Printing. Later edition, date not printed. Original edition was 1883. Decorative red, black, silver cloth. 540pp. Illus. fos & early price
in ink on ffep. Chapters on Boone, Crawford, Girty, Finney, Adams & McCullough, Wetzel, Kenton George Clark, Capt Brady,
Crockett, Houston, Carson, Custer, Cody, Hickok, California Joe, Texas Jack, Capt Jack, & Crook. Residue on lower spine, some light
spotting on borders of back cover, & somewhat worn, but actually vg in the original cloth. Many copies for sale have broken hinges;
these are sound & original. Howes C245. 6-guns 399. (#1209028)
555. Cattle Guard). Cattle Guard Sign. n. p.: n.p., 1960. Remainder. Large Cattle Guard metal sign from NE Washington State, east
of the Cascades and near the Canadian border. I was told used for years on a local ranch. Yellow & black. Five pounds. 24" x 24". An
outdoor patina with some stain streaks and soil! Color photo can be sent to prospective buyer. (shipping extra). (#1302172) $125.06
SOLD BY AUCTION... Toronto: Globe Printing Co., 1879. First Edition. Oblong printed wraps, approx 5 3/4" x 7". 55pp. No illust.
This auction was held at Dexter Park, Chicago. Col. Judy was the auctioneer. The Bow Park Stock Farm was located near Brantford,
Ontario on 895 acres & was, itself, sold in 1885. Cord-tied text block, adhesive bound at spine to the wrapper covers. Vg condition.
Rare. Oct. 17, 1879 (#0903032) $81.00
557. Catullus, Gaius; Hamill, Sam (Trans). CATULLUS REDIVIVUS The Selected Poems of Gaius Valerius Catullus. Yakima:
Blue Begonia Press, 1986. Limited First Edition. 1st printing this edition ltd to 325 copies signed by translator, Sam Hamill. Printed
wraps. 75pp. Warm a.l.s. (hand-written letter signed) from publisher, Jim Bodeen, to your bookseller on Blue Begonia letterhead. Laid
in also is a little 2 /34" x 4" printed broadside with a simple verse, & signed/dated by Bodeen in 1995. Lovely fine printing on
letterpress book. Fine. (#5015041) $50.00
558. Caughey, John Walton. HUBERT HOWE BANCROFT Historian of Western America. S. F.: American Historical Review,
1963. First Thus. 1st printing thus. Pictorial wraps. (16pp). This offprint booklet was probably printed by Wallace Hebberd, who
published Allan Nevin's seven volume set of Bancroft's California history. Laid in is the Hebberd promotional folder written by
Nevins, & order form/envelope. All in original printed mailer. Mailer with small tape mark. Contents all fine. (#1209029) $16.21
559. Caughey, John Walton. GOLD IS THE CORNERSTONE. Berkeley & LA, 1948., 1948. First Edition. 1st edition. Pictorial
cloth. 321pp. Illust. Gift inscription on ffep. Survey of the California gold rush. A few page corners slightly creased, else vg in soiled,
pc dj. (#9612027)
560. Cavell, Edward; Whyte, Jon. ROCKY MOUNTAIN MADNESS: A bittersweet romance. Banff: Altitude Pub, 1982. First
Edition. 1st printing. 4to pictorial stiff glossy wraps. 207pp. Illustrated with wonderful vintage photographs of the Canadian Rockies.
A historical celebration of those Rockies. Near fine. (#1506025)
561. Chamfort, Anne. ANNE CHAMFORT'S GREAT BOOK OF SECRETS. Madison CT: N. D. P. Corp, 1993. First Edition.
1st printing. Attractive printed 4to wraps. 59pp. Illustrated with small vignettes. Secrets of the Stones, Secrets of the Plants, Secrets of
the Stars, Secrets of the Flame. Fine. (#SHEL656) $18.00
562. Chandra, Vikram. SACRED GAMES (Special Edition) Signed). Harper Collins, NY, 2007, 2007. ARC. Special Advance
Reader's Edition. Gilt-stamped wraps. 900pp. "epic confrontation between a Mafia don -- the criminal overlord of Mumbai - and a
world-weary policeman who is determined to bring him down." Signed by Chandra. Near fine in original gilt slipcase.
(#5018034ARC) $32.40
563. Chapin, Helen B. (Ed.0. LEAVES FROM A WESTERN GARDEN a magazine devoted to the Orient (two issues). Mills
College: Privately Printed, 1938. First Edition. 1st printings,. Volume I, Numbers 1 & 2. Pictorial wraps. 51pp + 48pp. January &
April, 1938. No. 2 is signed by Chapin. Near fine. (#5003064)$39.50
564. Chapman Publishing). PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD OF OKLAHOMA (cover title: Genealogy and
Biography). (spine title: Biographical Oklahoma). Chapman, Chicago, 1901, 1901. First Edition. Quarto, gilt-stamped titles & full
calf. 1,297pp.. Index. Rear leaf has two lists: "Population of Counties and Reservations in Oklahoma", and "Cities and Villages in
Oklahoma having a population of over 100." Book is subtitled: "Commemorating the achievements of citizens who have contributed
to the progress of Oklahoma and the development of its resources." Approximately 1,000 entries with bio & varying amounts of
interesting genealogical information on politicians, city builders, ranchers, settlers, professors, priests & pastors, federal & territorial
officers, doctors, etc.. Former owner's name, Mrs. A.W. Husby (?), written in ink along Preface gutter. Frontispiece is a fine engraving
of Major Gordon W. Lillie, "Pawnee Bill". Six page introduction, "The Opening of Oklahoma." Noteworthy entries that also have
portraits (most entries do not have portraits) include: W. E. Malaley (full portrait, holding a rifle), the frontiersman & cowman who
found the murdered Pat Hennessey, , Deputy U.S. Marshals William D. Fossett & Charles Colcord (City Police Chief of OKC). Some
husband/wife couples, family portraits, & a couple portraits of women are included. Women include Nettie Reppeto, proprietor of the
Royal Hotel in Guthrie. Residences are pictured, as well. Text entries are at least one full column & usually more. Only a few Indians
are represented. There is an entry (but no portrait) of the famous photographer William S. Prettyman. Also, Dr. Jesse Mooney (who
attended Belle Starr), & many other people well known at the time, especially in their own localities. This copy rebacked with 3/4 of
original spine present. Covers moderately scuffed -- the leather is in very good condition & has been properly treated. The floral
endpapers are chipped along the edges (we declined putting in new endpapers when the book was professionally restored). Archival
reinforcement tape near the gutter. Several pages (toward the front & back) have minor chipping or very short edge tears, most of
which have been archivally closed. This book is now in very good condition for regular use. There is a wealth of material in this heavy
volume. It's rare. Oversized. (#0711050)
565. Chapman, Kenneth M. POTTERY OF SANTO DOMINGO PUEBLO (Signed). Santa Fe: Laboratory of Anthropology,
1938. 4th printing. 4to stiff printed brown wraps with cloth reinforced hinges, & unusually combined with a nicely printed pictorial
dust jacket (designed by Merle Armitage). 192pp. Terrific illustrations. Inscribed to famed Southwest poet/writer, Haniel Long, "The
last copy, and I'm glad it goes to Haniel Long. With my warmest regards. Kenneth M. Chapman." Errata slip (with paper clip
impression) states author's dissatisfaction regarding certain color plates. Apparently the first three printings were not distributed due to
the problem, but this printing was finally released. Memoirs of the Laboratory of Anthropology Volume I. Top of the last four leaves
have a paper clip impression; just a bit of rust from same on a couple of pages & barely on inside of back cover. Bottom of dj has 1
1/2" split now closed. Couple of nicks at top of dj & another short tear at top of backstrip of dj. Top of front hinge starting after 1st
leaf. Still, a nearly very good copy, & a special one with this presentation. (#0103021) $213.23
566. Chaput, Donald. VIRGIL EARP: Western Peace Officer. Encampment, WY: Affiliated Writers of Amer, 1994. 1st Edition.
1st printing. Cloth. 255pp. Illus. Appendix. Bibliography, Index. Fine in dj with slight fading to backstrip. (#1602026)
567. Charles, Mrs. Tom. TALES OF THE TULAROSA (Signed). Alamogordo: Privately Printed, 1953. Limited First Edition.
Pictorial wraps with overlapping edges. Cover drawing & map by Jose Cisneros. 69pp. Illustrated with photos. Double-page map of
the Tularosa Basin, with vignettes, by Cisneros. Also, 1/2 page map of route of de Vaca. Signed by Mrs. Charles. Printed by Carl
Hertzog in El Paso. Slight crimping to cover edges, hardly worth noting, but near fine thus. 6-guns 415. (#9404027) $36.45
568. Chase, Dean (Ed.). (Pacific Cable Railway). THE PACIFIC CABLE RAILWAY COMPANY. The System of WIRECABLE RAILWAYS for Cities and Towns as operated in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, New
York, Cincinnati, Hoboken, Etc. Felton (CA): Glenwood Publishers & Big Trees Press, 1967. First Thus. "A Complete Reprint of
the 1887 Prospectus." 4to printed wraps. 66pp. + 2 plates, one set of tables, & folding map of San Francisco in back. Beautifully
illustrated in black & white. Fading to cover edges; vg. (#NIC055. 2) $24.30
569. Chatterton, Fenimore. YESTERDAY'S WYOMING The Intimate Memoirs of Fenimore C. Chatterton Territorial
Citizen, Govenor, and Statesman AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY (Association copy). Aurora, CO: Powder River Pub, 1957.
Limited/Numbered. #278 of ltd of 1,000 copies. Gilt-stamped cloth. 133pp. Tipped-in b/w portrait of Chatterton (as published, facing
copyright/ltd page). Index. LAID IN: 1) 1957 ALS (10pp & with envelope) from Chatterton's daughter to a Pac NW bookseller with
references to Tom Horn & the Johnson Co. War. 2) 1957 ALS (3pp & with envelope) from same. 3) Chatterton's governor's letterhead
with signature stamps & litho b/w photo of him in his prime. 4) Publisher's post card re production delay. Chatterton was Gov. of
Wyoming when Tom Horn was hung. Horn material in the long letter may not add materially to the case, but it shares strong personal
thoughts of Chatterton, clearly understood & presented by his daughter. A scarce book & rare association copy with great content.
Fine in dj. 6-guns 416, Herd 452. (#1204023)
570. Chavez, Fray Angelico. ELEVEN LADY - LYRICS and Other Poems (Signed). St. Anthony Guild, Paterson (NJ), 1945,
1945. First Edition. 12mo gilt-stamped decorated cloth. 95pp. Presentation copy. Issued on the 100th anniversary of "the dedication of
the United States to the Immaculate Conception." Foreword by Archbishop Byrne of Santa Fe. Some gilt worn from title on cover, &
almost entirely so on spine. Lower edge of back cover with bump & tear in fabric now glued down, but with a little exposure of board.
Good reading copy thus. (#0606019)
571. Chemung County. CHEMUNG COUNTY. ITS HISTORY. Chemung Co. Historical Soc., Elmira., 1961. First Edition.
Pictorial 4to wraps. 108pp. Illust. Index. Light soiling. Vg. (1961) (#5012006) $22.27
572. Chicago & North-Western Ry. THE INDIAN THE NORTHWEST 1600 - 1900: The Red Man The War Man The White
Man. Chicago: C & NW RR, 1901. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial cloth over flexible board. 114pp. Illustrated with b/w photos &
portraits. Maps, including folding map. Material actually covers from Great Lakes Indian culture across the plains to the Pac NW.
Black Hawk, Sitting Bull, Custer battle, artifacts, French explorers, Lewis & Clark, & much more. This copy sound, but only good:
hinges archivally reinforced; couple of pages with chip at top near binding due to being stuck together then separated at that location;
other page corners with separation showing but no chips. Will work in most collections not needing a fine copy. An attractively
produced volume. (#1204024)
573. CHICAGO INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION 1934). ROMANCE OF EXPLORATION AND EMERGENCY FIRST AID FROM STANLEY TO BYRD (with laid-in promo). NY: Burroughs Wellcome & Co, 1934. First Edition. 1st printing. Giltstamped maroon cloth. 144pp + 17pp. Illus. Index. Map. Silver endpapers; ffep with two numbers on it. Laid-in one sheet, folded,
promoting the "Wellcome Chemical and Galenical Works and Laboratories, Ville LaSalle, near Montreal." Near fine. Unusual.
574. Chief Eagle, D. WINTER COUNT (Signed). Boulder: Johnson, 1967. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 211pp. Endpaper
maps. Presentation inscription signed by the author to no one in particular. Historical novel of the Indian Wars on the northern plains.
A few pps with pencil notes or outlines. Fine in dj. (#1408028)
575. Chief Wolf Paw. TRIBE BOOK OF THE LONE WOLF. Chicago: Wm Wrigley Jr & Co, 1932. First Edition. 1st printing.
12mo pictorial flocked red wraps. 28pp. Illus. Portrait of Sitting Bull on p26. An interesting promotion to sell Wrigley's gum, & then
trading in the wrappers for wampum. Vg. (#1402019)
576. Childcraft). CHILDCRAFT Creative Play and Hobbies Volume Eight. Chicago: Field Enterprises, 1954. Attractive
illustrated hardbound, simulated leather. 272pp. Illus. Upper cover corners bumped. Good+. (#lynn054c) $6.75
577. Childcraft). CHILDCRAFT Science and Industry Volume Nine. Chicago: Field Enterprises, 1954. Attractive illustrated
hardbound, simulated leather. 288pp. Illus. Upper cover corners bumped. Vg. (#lynn055c)
578. Childs, George W. PUBLIC LEDGER ALMANAC 1890. Philadelphia: Geo. W. Childs, 1890. First Thus. Highly decorated
tall 12mo wraps. 73pp. Tables, lists, etc., & 1890 calendar. 21st Annual Issue. Top corner of back cover chipped triangle about 1"; top
of spine chipped 1/2". 2 1/2" tear adjacent to spine on edge of front cover. Circular vignettes on front cover depict the four seasons.
Good. (#1003016)
579. Chilton, W. R., Ed. GRESHAM Stories of our Past campground to city. Gresham: Gresham Hist Soc, 1993. First Edition. 1st
printing. 4to pictorial wraps. 344pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Maps. Extensive history of this Portland, Oregon, suburb. Near fine.
580. Chilvers, Hedley A. THE SEVEN LOST TRAILS OF AFRICA Being a Record of Sundry Expeditions, New and Old, in
Search of Buried Treasure. Cassell & Co., Ltd., London, 1930, 1930. First Edition. Cloth. 241pp. Illust. Maps. Index. A good read
from the days when Africa was the romantically & mystically "dark" continent. Trace of black on base of spine from old dj protector.
Part of cover edges along spine & fore edge are slightly shiny due to offset of old dj protector. The unattractive printed dj has chips &
is somewhat dark & quite soiled. Old tape reinforces it, & new archival tape has been used to reattach the detached blank back flap.
Thus, a vg copy in problematic, but mostly complete dj. (#5006012) $28.35
581. Chindahl, George L. A HISTORY OF THE CIRCUS IN AMERICA. Caldwell: Caxton, 1959. First Edition. Red cloth.
279pp. Illus. Full color frontispiece. Appendix. Pictorial endpapers. An unusual title by this publisher. Beautifully produced & in a
gorgeous dj. Fine. The dj has just traces of wear at top & bottom of backstrip, else fine & is NOT price-clipped. NOT ex-lib. A
splendid copy. Quite scarce with both book & dj in this condition. (#5016063) $54.67
582. Chisholm, Alexander. THE OLD CHISHOLM TRAIL Life Line of the Great Plains. Handkraft Art & Pub. Co., SLC, 1964,
1964. First Edition. Hardbound. 584pp. A narrative, epic poem of the Chisholm Trail & much more history surrounding the region
with references to Jesse James, Davy Crockett, Will Rogers, et. al.. There is a small crayon type mark on the bottom edge, like a small
"E". Else fine, exceptional copy in dj with only a trace of wear at spine. (#0711054)
Montreal, 1880, 1880. First Thus. 1st edition thus, greatly expanded from editions in the early 1870s that did not include the far West.
8vo royal blue cloth with heavy gilt decorations & titles. xii, 556pp. Illustrated with engravings. Contents. Classified Index to
Advertisers. Index of Cities, Towns and Places of Interest. Eight tipped in folding maps ("Saratoga", "Prospect Park, Niagara Falls",
"Niagara Falls", "Caledonia Springs", "Lower St. Lawrence, and Saguenay River", "White Mountains", "City of Boston", Excursion
Routes"). Also, a spectacularly long folding map in front pocket, extending to 11' 7", of the Niagara & St. Lawrence Rivers (it's called
"Panorama of St. Lawrence River"). Advertisements before & after main text for several historical railroads & hotels of the NE and
the West (includes the colorfully named Oregon railroad & steamship companies). One rather long tipped in fold out map has on its
verso a great pictorial ad of the Chicago ,Rock Island, & Pacific RR Palace Dining car cross section showing travelers dining in luxury
& leisure. The section on Chicago has many engravings, showing the great fire & the rebuilding of the city since. Includes Union
Stockyards. The so-called "Western Appendix" to the book is 177pp. long, & begins with Chicago & goes to Kansas City, Omaha,
Denver, Leavenworth, San Francisco, Sacramento, Oregon, & Victoria. Includes table of stations of the Union Pacific & Central
Pacific railways. Most of the book is, of course, on the Niagara Falls & St. Lawrence area, with information on Toronto. The corner
covers are bent at the tips & soft. Just a bit of fraying to the spine. Leading & trailing edges of the long map are have short tears & a
touch of chipping. Verso of rear free endpaper is browned from prior lay-in. Slight cracking to rear hinge. The gilt is bold & beautiful,
showing small shields of Canada & the U.S., & rising up between them a famous high cantilevered rock over Yosemite Valley with
two people standing near the edge of it -- all in gilt! Gilt decorative devices of the U.S. eagle & the Canadian beaver. Front cover is
bordered in gilt. The text pages (except for indexes & ads) are decoratively bordered in red. This item is one of the more interesting
books I have had the privilege to offer for sale. Earlier editions are scarce. This greatly expanded edition is rare. Not in the usual
Western bibs. (#0502032) $492.07
584. Chisholm, Colin. THROUGH YUP' IK EYES: An Adopted Son Explores the Landscape of Family (Signed). Alaska
Northwest Books, Seattle, 2000, 2000. First Edition. Cloth & boards. 304pp. The Montana author is an adopted son of a half Yup' ik
mother, herself adopted. His story of discovery which takes him to Squaw Valley, California, to Kotlik, Alaska, & to Yugoslavia.
Fine, like new in dj. (#0805026) $16.20
585. Chittick, V.L.O. (ed & intro). RING-TAILED ROARERS Tall Tales of the American Frontier 1830-60. Caldwell, 1941.,
1941. First Edition. Cloth. 316pp. Illust. Great stuff, but an ex-lib reading copy. (#9605042)
586. Chretien, Tapwe. THE NORTHERN BREED Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow ( May 1977). Yellowknife: The Northern
Breed, 1977. First Thus. Magazine. 1st printing thus this issue. Pictorial magazine wraps, stapled with covers pulling from staples.
39pp. Illustrated thoroughly with sepia half-tones. Good. (#MISSION024)
587. Chrisman, Harry E. THE 1,001 MOST-ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT THE AMERICAN WEST. Chicago: Swallow Pr,
1982. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 349pp. Illus. Index. Endpaper maps. Truly interesting questions & knowledgeable answers.
Fine, like new in dj. Scarce now. (#1209030)
588. Christensen, David G. SLOT MACHINES: A Pictorial Review (Signed). NY: Vestal Press, 1976. Revised Edition. 4to
pictorial cloth. 123pp. Illus. Index. Signed by Richard M. Bueschel, writer of the 8pp. Foreword to this edition. 59 machines featured,
dating from 1889 (Caille "Black Cat") to 1873 (Bally "Circus"). Fine, no dj as issued. Scarce signed. (#1104022) $40.54
589. Christensen, Everett M. It All Counts Toward Twenty. n.p.: Privately Printed, 2004. First Edition. Silver-stamped cloth.
234pp. A novel based on the author's years in the Air Force. It is dedicated to all those who have served & are serving in the military.
Fine, like new in dj. (#P3075)
590. Christeson, H. M. & F. M. TONY AND HIS PALS. Whitman, Chicago, 1934, 1934. First Edition. 1st edition. Small 4to
pictorial cloth. 144pp. Illust. About Tom Mix's horse, Tony. Chapter also by Mix. A plastic protector has been taped to the book.
Good+. (#0505032)
London: Seeley, Jackson, and Halliday, 1854. First Thus. First printing thus of this year's edition; no statement of later printings.
12mo original cloth over boards. 284pp. Illus. Early signature on ffep of William Wilby, Leighton. Vg condition. (#THEOSHEL404)
592. Chytraeus, David. HISTORIA DER AUGSPURGISCHEN CONFESSION. Frankfurt: Georg Raben, 1580. Limited by
Antiquity. Full calf. 18.8 cm x 14.5 cm. Pagination: blank (4), t-p (with illustration)/verso blank, Preface (Vorrede) (6), (382
numbered pages with versos to same unnumbered, page 319 repeated in pagination as per other copies this edition, publisher's page
with illustration/verso blank, blank (1). Condition: front joint broken but hinge nicely strong. Worn head/tail of spine & corners.
General wear. On front blank is a 1792 gift inscription. There is an old signature on the title page A theological encyclopedia calls
Chytraeus "The last of the 'Fathers of the Lutheran Church.'" & says it "was the first special work on a part of this period based on
original sources." First published a few years previous, this edition was printed in the year of the 50th anniversary of the Augsburg
Confession. Rare. We found 13 copies of this edition in world libraries. (#MOR.6.074) $1,148.17
593. Clampitt, John W., Counselor at Law. ECHOES FROM THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS. Nat'l Book Concern, Chicago, 1888,
1888. First Edition. 1st edition. Gilt & black pictorial, stamped cloth. 671pp. Illustrated with many woodcuts & engravings. A vast
survey of the Western frontier. The sub-title: "Reminiscences and Thrilling Incidents of the Romantic and Golden Age of the Great
West, with a Graphic Account of it's Discovery, Settlement and Grand Development." Reading copy for the following reasons: The
Contents pages are missing for the first seven chapters & appear to not have even been bound in. The chapters are not missing! ffep
detached but present (chipped; edge tears). Hinges broken. General wear to covers. A big, thick, heavy book with lots of content &
nice illustrations, & the text block & interior binding are sound, but a reference copy only. Ordinarily I have the books in this
condition professionally repaired & charge an accordingly higher price, but if someone wants this copy for this much lower price
they're welcome to it. 6-guns 424, Flake-Draper 2382 ("Profuse with material concerning Mormons..."). (#0505034)$39.37
594. Clark, Ann; Post, Helen. BRAVE AGAINST THE ENEMY A Story of Three Generations. Wash D. C. & Lawrence KS:
Dept of Interior & Haskill Institute, 1944. First Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped red cloth. 215pp. Illus. Bi-lingual with Sioux
translation by Emil Afraid-of-Hawk. Post provided several fine b/w portraits. Signed by Dorothea Esing, whom I was told was a
descendant of Zachary Taylor. 2" wrinkle to cloth at top of front cover, else fine. No dj. Scarce. (#1408030)
595. Clark, Ann. SINGING SIOUX COWBOY READER. Wash D. C.: Dept of Interior, 1954. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial
wraps. 114pp. Illustrated with drawings by Andrew Standing Soldier. Bi-lingual reader with Sioux text by Emil Afraid-of-Hawk.
Signed on the front cover by Dorothea Esing, whom I was told was a descendant of Zachary Taylor. A Sioux Indian reader. Near fine.
Scarce. (#1408031)
Relating to History, Travel and Economics. Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark, 1917. First Thus. 1st printing thus of fairly early Clark Co.,
the famous publishers and sellers of Americana & Western Americana. Decorated wraps. 51pp. Finely printed. No date printed, but
determined by upcoming publications listed on last page. Near fine. (#1408032) $30.02
597. Clark, Badger. SUN AND SADDLE LEATHER. Boston: Chapman & Grimes, 1952. First Thus. 1st printing of "New
Edition." Handbound. 201pp. The famed South Dakota poet laurette & cowboy poet's fine work here includes Grass Grown Trails &
new poems. Top edge with minor stain; vg in near fine dj. (#1412036) $20.01
598. Clark, Badger. SUN AND SADDLE LEATHER Including Grass Grown Trails and New Poems. Richard G. Badger & The
Gorham Press, Boston, 1922, 1922. 6th edition (so stated in Preface). Cloth. 201pp. Illustrated with photos by famed range & Indian
photographer, L. A. Huffman. Type-written slip affixed to ffep, "'A good rider on a good horse is as much above himself and others as
the world can make him' - Lord Herbert of Cherbury". A couple of leaves roughly cut open on the fore edges, else near vg. No dj. All
early editions of this book are desirable. (#0603040) $29.52
599. Clark, Helen Mills. WHERE THE DINNER BELL RINGS Miniatures of DOOR COUNTY WISCONSIN. Door County:
Privately Published, 1944. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 56pp. Illustrated with nice drawings by Doris Heise and also an attractive,
slightly whimsical map of the county inside front cover. Well-written memoir vignettes about living in beautiful Door County,
Wisconsin, which juts up as a peninsula into Lake Michigan from Green Bay. Includes a bit of geography, natural history, history,
community life, & even a couple of ghost stories, etc.. Near fine. Really no flaws or fading. Very, very scarce. Half a dozen copies in
libraries. Reviewed in The Wisconsin Magazine of History, Jun., 1944. (#5004061)
600. Clark, Ira G. THEN CAME THE RAILROADS The Century from Steam to Diesel in the Southwest. Norman: OU, 1958.
First Edition. Cloth. 336pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Front cover corners slightly bumped, else fine in dj showing bump crease.
601. Clark, James A. THREE STARS FOR THE COLONEL (Signed). NY: Random House, 1954. First Edition. 1st printing.
Decorated cloth. 265pp. Appendices. Index. Frontispiece. Presentation copy inscribed & signed on the h-t. "The biography of Ernest
O. Thompson father of petroleum conservation." Spine faded but still vg copy in edgeworn dj & partially split back flap. (#1506026)
602. Clark, Kenneth S. (Ed.). COWBOY SINGS Songs of the Ranch and Range. NYC: Paull-Pioneer, 1932. First Thus. Pictorial
wraps. 96pp. Illus. Introduction by Will James, with drawing by him. Cowboy music. Prices inked out on back cover. Good+.
603. Clark, Malcolm, Jr. PHARISEE AMONG PHILISTINES The Diary of Judge Matthew P. Deady 1871-1892. Two
Volumes. Portland: Oregon Hist Soc, 1975. First Edition. 1st printings. Royal 8vo cloth & beautifully marbled bds. Two volumes.
662pp. Illust. Deady was a justice of the territorial Supreme Court of Oregon & presided at the 1857 Oregon Constitutional Conventi
on. Many references to famous western individuals, including Jesse Applegate & Ben Holladay. Two volumes fine in near fine djs.
604. Clark, Malcolm. EDEN SEEKERS: The Settlement of Oregon, 1818-1862. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1981. First Edition.
1st printing. Cloth 327pp. Illus. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Fine in vg dj with tear & crease at bottom of front panel. (#1302024)
605. Clark, Myrle. CLARK'S TRADING POST 46 Months at Rosevear. Yellowhead, Edson (Alberta), 1979, 1979. First Edition.
Pictorial wraps. 177pp. Illust. Memoir of the Depression era as the author & his wife operate a trading post in Rosevear, Alberta, near
Edson & Hinton. Moderate wear. Vg. (#0603042) $9.84
606. Clark, R. H. & Torrey, C. M. CALIFORNIA PLAY AND PAGEANT. n.p.: English Club of Univ of Cal, 1913. First Edition.
1st printing. Hardbound, gilt-stamped paper over boards. Unpag. Illustrated with tipped on artistic prints. This book is about theatre at
the U of Cal. Only fair condition as the paper is peeling from spine edges; head/toe of spine worn. Hinges are fine. Some leaves are
unopened. Scarce. (#1506027)
607. Clark, Robert A., and Brunet, Patrick J. THE ARTHUR H. CLARK COMPANY An Americana Century 1902 - 2002.
Spokane, Washington, U.S.A.: Arthur H. Clark, Spokane, 2002, 2003. Limited First Edition. 1st edition, ltd to 1,000 copies. Giltstamped red cloth. 300pp. Illust. Appendices. Index. The updated, fine bibliography of the publications of the Clark Company, the
most respected publisher of original books on the American West. Fine, no dj as issued. (#SHEL190)
608. Clark, Robert. IN THE DEEP MIDWINTER (Signed). NY, Picador, 1997., 1997. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & bds.
278pp. Signed & datedby Clark soon after publication. The author's first novel, well reviewed & praised. As new, fine in dj.
609. Clarke, Brock. AN ARSONIST'S GUIDE TO WRITERS' HOMES IN NEW ENGLAND A Novel (Signed). Algonquin
Books of Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, 2007, 2007. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 303pp. Signed & dated by Clarke shortly
after publication. The "hapless hero" spent 10 years in prison for "accidentally burning down poet Emily Dickinson's house". And
now, somebody else is, one by one, burning down the homes of other New England writers. Fine, like new in dj. (#SHEL402)
TO AMERICA with a Descriptive List of Robert Clarke & Co's Historical Publication. Clarke & Co., Cinn., 1893, 1893. First
Edition. Cloth. 274pp + 74pp Appendix, "Description List of Robert Clarke & Co.'s Publications" & Index. 7,488 entries. This is a
fantastic used & new book catalogue published by a well-known Cincinnati book dealer at the time of what has come to be known as
"the close of the frontier" in William Jackson Turner's essay. This publisher not to be confused with the famous Arthur H. Clark Co..
Arranged by states & subjects (War of 1812, Mexican War, Rebellion, Confederate Publications, Biography, British American,
Mexico, Arctic, Central America, Slavery & the Negro, Religious Communities, Poetry, Indians & Archaeology, Indian Languages,
etc., etc... Contents include almost all of the midwestern states & territories, & some eastern & New England states. (but, for instance
while including Texas & Kansas, does not have Indian Territory). Read the prices of now exceedingly rare books & weep, but
remember that you'd be dead by now if you were buying books then. Lewis & Clark Journals, McKinney - Hall 3 vols with portfolio,
Emory Mexican Boundary Report, Ives: Report on the Colo. River, Wilkes 5 vols Narrative of the United States Exploring
Expedition, they're all there and cheaper than a parking ticket. Certainly not an exhaustive catalogue by any means, but chock full of
great books with useful bibliographical material as many entries have a paragraph explanation. Hinges broken; some pages with top
edge tear up to 1". Rare. (#0401032)
611. Clarke, Sallie Ann . THE LAKE WORTH MONSTER of Greer Island, Ft. Worth, Texas. Ft. Worth: Privately Printed,
1969. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 119pp. Illus. A reminder not to mess with Texas. Very scarce. Fine. (#1111024)
612. Clarke, Thurston. CALIFORNIA FAULT Searching for the Spirit of a State Along the San Andreas. NY, 1996., 1996.
ARC. Uncorrected proof. Pict wraps. 416pp. Fine. (#9908051ARC) $4.95
613. Clausen, Lars. ONE WHEEL - MANY SPOKES: USA BY UNICYCLE (Signed). Soulscapers, Greenbank, 2004, 2004.
ARC. Uncorrected Proof. Trade wraps. 274pp. Color illustrations. Map. Signed & dated by Clausen prior to publication. Laid in color
promotional of photo of the author, postcard size. "Clausen took to the road and explored the United States in a way that TV journalist
Charles Kuralt would have loved -- the first ever 50 state unicycle trop from the West Coast to the Statute (sic) of Liberty and back
again." "His ride set two Guinness World Records..." Fine. A very desirable copy. (#5016037ARC)
614. Clausen, Lowen. THIRD AND FOREVER (Signed). Silo, Seattle, 2004, 2004. ARC. ARC. Pictorial trade wraps. 360pp.
Signed & dated by Clausen. Third detective novel based in Seattle by popular writer Clausen. A Police Officer Grace Stevens novel.
Fine, as new. (#5016034ARC)
615. Clayton, Roberta Flake. PIONEER MEN OF ARIZONA. no place: Privately Printed, 1974. First Edition. Glossy pictorial
wraps. 520pp. The author has has written entries on approx. 109 "pioneer men of Arizona." The print is small, so the information
while only 2-5 pages in most cases, is not too brief. Years ago I purchased three copies of this scarce book, & each of the three,
including this one, had foxing on much of the front cover. It's not pretty, but it's a tough book to find. There are a few speckles on the
fore edge, & an ink mark on the back cover. As they say in the trade, "else fine." Very scarce. (#9104016b) $109.35
616. Cleaveland, Agnes Morley. NO LIFE FOR A LADY. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1941. First Edition. True 1st printing. Cloth.
356pp. Illustrated by the great Western artist, Edward Borein. Endpaper maps of a portion of NW New Mexico. A classic New
Mexico range book with some info on Clay Allison, Gene Rhodes, et. al. "More than half a century ago, when Agnes Morley was
eleven, her family moved to a ranch in the wildest part of New Mexico. She hunted grizzlies, and became a cow-puncher -- when she
wasn't away at school." Moderate wear to covers. On the ffep is residue at the top from removal of a bookplate, & a dime-sized scrape
on the edge; Ink number on upper border of past down. Dj is complete but somewhat faded & with a vertical crease down the back
panel. Still, somewhat scarce in dj. Herd 483, 6-guns 436, 44 & 44 #2, Reese 20, Dykes Kid 298, Dobie p99. (#1408033) $35.02
617. Cleaveland, Bess Bruce. PIONEER LIFE PANEL POSTERS. Ideal School Supply Co., Chicago, 1935, 1935. First Edition.
Ephemera. Not a book. Unusual ephemera. Four large (12" x 36" each) stiff & heavy paper panels with color paper appliqu�s. Each
panel is folded. Included is a small sheet, "Directions for making". A larger (2/3 page) sheet, "Pioneer Life" also laid in. Designed for
classroom use, these posters, done by illustrator Cleaveland, were made with a series of color cut-out pieces to be glued, with
surprisingly attractive effect, on outlined figures on the poster. Even the sky of each poster is applied in large & small pieces.
Remarkably conceived, they represent four Western themes. "Wagon Trains". "Placer Mining". "Starting the Home". "Western
Town". Being carefully executed, these would make interesting conversation pieces in your den between your original & Remington
Russell. In original pictorial folio envelope (flap creased/wrinkled). Ink stamp of The Clarke & Stuart, Ltd., Commercial Stationers
and Printers, Vancouver, B.C.. Vg. Very scarce. (#0611029) $131.22
618. Cleaveland, Norman, and Fitzpatrick, George. THE MORLEYS young upstarts on the Southwest Frontier (Signed).
Albuquerque: Calvin Horn, 1971. First Edition. Cloth. 269pp. Bibliography. Index. Endpaper maps. Inscribed & signed by
Cleaveland, & dated & signed by Fitzpatrick in 1972. A great New Mexico item with chapters on the Maxwell Land Grant & Clay
Allison. Cleaveland was the son of the famous Southwest writer Agnes Morley Cleaveland. Over the bottom half of the dj is a printed
secondary dj, saying, "Best Southwestern Biography of 1972", etc. Fine in slighly chipped dj. (#0408032) $55.77
619. Cleland, Robert Glass. THIS RECKLESS BREED OF MEN The Trappers and Fur Traders of the Southwest. NY, 1950.,
1950. First Edition. 1st edition. Cloth. 361pp. Illust. Label of Hudson's Book Shop, Detroit, inside back cover. Ink book store stamp
ffep. Bkstrip darkened & a superficial scratch on back cover. Near vg in worn, pc dj. Dobie p72, Farquhar 12. (#8805022) $18.23
620. Cleland, Robert Glass. THIS RECKLESS BREED OF MEN The Trappers and Fur Traders of the Southwest. NY, 1950.,
1950. First Edition. Pictorial cloth in blindstamp. 361pp. Illust. Owner's small label front paste down. Vg in moderately soiled, slightly
edgeworn dj. Dobie p 72. (#9104019)
621. Clifford, Howard. THE SKAGWAY STORY. Anchorage, 1975., 1975. First Edition. 1st printing. Small, oblong pict wraps.
167pp. Illustrated. Moderate soiling & light wear to covers. Vg. (#0007029)
622. Clinton, Hillary Rodham. LIVING HISTORY. NY: Simon & Schuster, 2003. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 562pp. Illus.
Index. Fine in dj. (#SHEL763)
623. Coates, Sally O'Neal. Hot Showers, Soft Beds, and Dayhikes in the North Cascades (Signed). Berkeley, California, U.S.A.:
Wilderness Pr, 1997. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 196pp. Illus. Maps. Index. Washington Cascades. Presentation copy
signed from author dated in year of publication. Front cover crease. Good+. (#5018075) $5.85
624. Coblentz, Stanton A. VILLAINS AND VIGILANTES The Story of James King of William and Pioneer Justice in
California. NY, 1936., 1936. First Edition. 1st edition. Red-stamped attractive green cloth. 261pp. Illust. Bookplate on front paste
down of artist Harold Smith. Fine in dj. 6-guns 448. (#9203025)
625. Coburn, Randy Sue (Signed). A Better View of Paradise. New York: Ballantine Books, 2009. First Edition. Hardbound.
354pp. Signed by Coburn. "Dramatic, moving, and exquisitely written, (this book) explores the tender bond between fathers and
daughters, ponders the delicate nature of healing, and celebrates the redemptive power of forgiveness and love." A Redbook Red-Hot
Summer Read." Fine, like new in dj. (#P2032)
626. Coburn, Walt. PIONEER CATTLEMAN IN MONTANA The Story of the Circle C Ranch. Norman: OU, 1968. First
Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 338pp. Illus. Appendices. Index. the custom bookplate of collector Lamar Moore is laid in, having come
free of the front paste down which has glue residue. The author's father came to Montana's Little Rockies in 1886. Includes material
about Fort Belknap, & accounts of Chief Joseph, , the Assiniboines & Gros Ventres; also hard cases like Pike Landusky & Kid Curry,
detectives like Charlie Siringo, & artists of the like of Charlie Russell. A classic Montana book. Couple of small ink notes on front
paste down & rear endpaper. Fine in moderately edgeworn dj. Scarce now. 6-guns 2479. (#1111025)
627. Cody, Bill. BUFFALO BILL The Boy Who Made the Man. Privately Printed, Cheyenne, 1969, 1969. First Edition. Pictorial
wraps. 80pp. Mainly illustrated with vintage photos of Buffalo Bill. The author was William F. Cody's grandson, & was born in 1913
near North Platte, Nebraska. Among many other accomplishments, the author served on the Board of Directors of the Buffalo Bill
Museum (now Historical Center) in Cody, Wyoming. At time of publication, according to bound in article from the Tulsa Tribune, he
promoted gun safety & Daisy BB guns. Fine copy with bit of rubbing to covers. (#0805028)
628. Cody, Robin. VOYAGE OF A SUMMER SUN: Canoeing the Columbia River (Signed). NY: Knopf, 1995. First Edition.
1st printing. Cloth & decorated boards. 301pp. Maps. Signed by Cody. Well-written memoir blended with reflected history &
geography of the region. Cody & his wife remarkably canoed from the headwaters of the Columbia, in British Columbia, to its mouth
at Astoria. Fine, like new in dj. (#1204026) $12.16
629. Cody, William F. and Stanton, John R. LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF "BUFFALO BILL" - Colonel William F. Cody.
Chicago, Stanton and Van Vliet Co., 1917, 1917. 1st edition? Pictorial gilt-stamped cloth. 352pp. Illust. Portrait on cover with rub
streaks. Moderate wear to covers. Good+. No longer common. cf. Rader 858, 6-guns 454. (#0505037)
630. Cody, William F.). BUFFALO BILL STORIES. Street & Smith, NY, 1907, 1907. First Thus. 1st edition thus. Dec. 21, 1907.
Magazine size pictorial wraps. 31pp. List of Buffalo Bill Stories on back cover. Scarce weekly issue, this one being "Buffalo Bill's
Water Trail". Fragile; splits to stapled cover at fold. A few tiny chips. Good. (#0306025) $24.60
631. Coe, Earl. HISTORICAL HIGHLIGHTS OF WASHINGTON STATE. N.p.: N.p.. First Edition. 4to pictorial wraps. 77pp.
Illustrated with drawings. Bibliography, Chronology. Coe, Secretary of State, wrote a number of vignettes about important men of
Washington Territory & Washington State. Useful item. Mild crease to lower front cover. Vg. Somewhat scarce. N.d. (#0408033)
632. Coffelt, Nancy (Signed). Listen. Lodi: Westside Book, 2009. First Edition. Pictorial hardbound. 213 pp. Signed by Coffelt. Dj
blurb: "Coffelt realistically depicts the awful consequences of abuse and mental illness..." Fine, like new in dj. (#P2025)
633. Coffin, Major Fred F. B. THE UNKNOWN MADE KNOWN or An Explanation of the Design and Purpose of Creation.
NY: Abbey Press, 1902. First Edition. 1st edition. Red cloth with white lettering. 260pp. Subjects: Instinct; Dawn of Life, Intelligence,
& Reason; Soul or Spirit of Man, Light & Sound, Nervous System, Relations of Thought to Brain, Evidences of a Supreme Being, etc.
Condition: old dampstain discoloration (fading of red color) at lower cover corners (about 1" triangle front corners; about 2 1/4" rear
corners); spine somewhat faded & white print no longer on spine title; beginning of split to cloth on lower front cover joint. A tight
copy, hinges sound. Good copy. Rare. (#SHEL589) $135.00
634. Cohen, Stuart Archer. The Army of the Republic (Signed). New York: St Martins Pr, 2008. First Edition. 1st printing. 422 pp.
Signed & dated by Cohen shortly after publication. Futuristic novel set in the Pacific Northwest, "a brtilliant, provocative novel about
what it means to live in a democracy." Fine, like new in dj. (#5022020)$23.89
635. Coil Suchy, Linda. Who's Watching You? An Exploration of the Bigfoot Phenomenon in the Pacific Northwest (Signed).
Surrey & Blaine: Hancock House Pub Ltd, 2009. First Edition. Pictorial glossy trade wraps. 407pp. Illust. Bibliography. Index. Signed
"Enjoy Linda Coil Suchy" on ffep. This first printing was printed in only 200 copies (unstated). "This is no 'ordinary' book on the
bigfoot issue -- far from it. (Suchy) has reached out to over 8,000 people and obtained many firsthand eyewitness reports on bigfoot
sightings/incidents together with questions about the creature that people in general would like to see addressed." Fine copy, like new.
One of several excellent & recent titles by the publisher on the subject. (#SHEL947)
636. Colburn, J. G. W. THE LIFE OF SILE DOTY The Most Noted Thief and Daring Burglar of His Time "A Forgotten
Autobiography" Alved of Detroit, Detroit, 1948, 1948. First Thus. Reprint, 1st thus. Cloth. 288pp. New Foreword by Randolph
Adams. Embossment of historian Robert DeArment on ffep. Originally published in 1880, this book relates the career of the
successful burglar who pried & plied his trade in the Northeast, around the Great Lakes, and even Mexico. He once claimed to own
"the best set of keys in the nation." The original title page included this description: "The Leader Of A Gang of Counterfeiters, Horse
Thieves And Burghlars of the New England, Middle and Western States" "The Terror of Mexico During 1849". Near vg condition
with a couple of page corners improperly cut at the bindery. Top & bottom of dj backstrip chipped. Backstrip is sunned but print is
bright. Front panel partial split is closed. Scarce. Graff 798, Howes C556, 6-guns 461. (#0502036)
637. Colburn, Mary Palenick; Lorie Ann Grover (illus). RAINY DAY SLUG (double signed). Seattle: Sasquatch Books, 2000. First
Edition. 1st printing. Oblong 4to pictorial hardbound. Unpag. Signed & dated by both author & illustrator in year of publication.
Slight impressions top of ffep from binder, else fine in dj. (#SHEL709) $30.00
638. Cole, Carroll Peterson. BONDS ASUNDER a play in three parts. New Haven: Privately Printed, 1991. Manuscript. 4to comb
bound manuscript with red card paper covers with title label. 381pp one-sided. From the author's (playwright's) notes: "This play deals
with homosexuality and homophobia. Neither one comes up roses. But the two male homosexuals in the cast of characters will
inevitably command more audience sympathy than will the several homophobes." Location of play: "Radleigh College: a small,
private, co-educational liberal arts college somewhere in New England." Time: "the mid-to-late 1970s." But the story told from that
decade goes back to before 1943. Cole is the author of a dissertation published in 1951 at Johns Hopkins Univ. Cole also published an
article in The Christian Science Monitor in 1989. This play was never published & no copies are existing in library search. Fine copy.
KC: Franklin Hudson, 1905. First Edition. 1st printing. 12mo gilt-stamped green cloth. 125pp. Personal overland account to California
in 1852 from Monroe, Mich., to Hangtown, Cal.. Ex-lib, but good reading & reference copy. "Cole took only three months to cross the
continent. His recollections are refreshing for their vividness of detail, devoid of dullness or bombast." (Mattes). Pages somewhat
browned on the margins. Library sticker on lower spine. Pocket & card in back. Mattes 1135 (4 stars), Rader 867, Graff 801.
640. Colehour, Frank E. (as told to Thelma Shull). MY TRAVELOGUE (Signed). Rockford, IL: p.p. & Bliss Printing Co., 1940.
First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorially blindstamped in green cloth. 91pp. Illustrated with the author's photos, mainly in b/w. Endpaper
maps of Colehour's trips. Signed by Colehour on h-t. The hunting memoirs of the author in Idaho, British Columbia, the Rockies, the
Gaspe, Florida, & other places. Slight edge. Small edge stain to title page. Some other small edge stains. Vg. (#1412038)
641. Coleman, David. THE BIGFOOT FILMOGRAPHY : Fictional and Documentary Appearances in Film and Television.
Jefferson (NC): McFarland, 2012. First Edition. 1st printing (unstated ltd of under 300 copies). 4to pictorial wraps. 338pp. Illus.
(Believe me, there are some fabulous screen photos here). Index. Foreword by Loren Coleman (no relation to author). 1) Cine du
Sasquatch as a Genre Convention; 2) Bigfoot, Sasquatch and Yeti Films and Television Programs; 3) Interviews with Bigfoot
Filmakers. The author has been/is a screenwriter & indie film distributor. Unbelievable volume of films & information. Fine, like new.
642. Coleman, Jane Candia. NO ROOF BUT SKY: Poetry of the American West. Glendo WY: High Plains Press, 1990. First
Edition. 1st printing. Glossy pictorial wraps with French fold flaps. 70pp. Highly praised. Fine. (#1402021)
643. Coleman, Jane Candia. THE RED DRUM: Poetry of the American West. Glendo WY: High Plains Press, 1995. First Edition.
1st printing. Glossy pictorial wraps with French fold flaps. 69pp. Highly praised. Fine. Rather scarce. (#1402022) $17.51
644. Collings, Ellsworth. THE OLD HOME RANCH The Will Rogers Range in the Indian Territory. Stillwater: Redlands
Press, 1964. First Edition. 1st printing. Hardbound. 177pp. Illustrated with frontispiece portrait of C V Rogers & photo of the Rogers'
home ranch house. Will Rogers, Jr., once noted that this was the best book on his grandfather, "carefully researched, accurate and it
give a good picture of Oklahoma in the Indian Territory days". Fine in dj with quite small chips & 1" tear at top of back panel. Long
split lower front panel edge now closed. (#1204029) $34.44
645. Collins, Hubert E. WARPATH AND CATTLE TRAIL. NY, 1928., 1928. First Edition. Cloth. 296pp. Illust.
Foreword/Hamlin Garland. Presentation copy signed & dated on preliminary blank page by Collins Nov. 26, 1928, to Will Marriott. In
the same hand at bottom of the same page is written, "By Father 1928". One of the fine, classic books on early Oklahoma cattle
ranching, at the Red Fork Ranch near Dover. Much on Indians. Some outlaw material. One doesn't hear much about this book, but it
should be considered a high spot in the ranching history of Oklahoma. The author & his brother lived in the country during its
formative days & spent four years researching their memories, consulting with the Okla Hist Soc & historian J. B. Thoburn. Sarah
Darlington Covington, daughter of Cheyenne & Arapahoe Indian Agent, Brinton Darlington, was related to Collins. Collins' account
of enduring a fierce prairie storm while tending a cattle herd is spectacular. Vg copy with a bit of dark spotting on the front cover.
Graff 808, 6-guns 471, Herd 506, Dobie p99, Howes C592, 44 & 44 #3, Rader 872. (#9303028) $147.62
646. Collins, John S. (Colton Storm, Ed.). MY EXPERIENCES IN THE WEST. Chicago: Lakeside Classics, 1970. First Thus. 1st
thus. 12mo pictorial cloth. 252pp. Illust. Folding map of "John Collins Hunting and Fishing Country." First published in 1904, this is
the autobiography of a successful businessman & trader out of Colorado, Nebraska, & Wyoming. He was appointed by Pres. Grant to
operate the Ft. Laramie trading post in 1872 & did so for ten years. Fine. (#SHEL893) $11.50
647. Colorado. COLORFUL COLORADO INVITES YOU! Denver: A. B. Herschferld Press, 1972. First Thus. 1st printing thus.
Oblong pictorial wraps. 51pp. Illustrated mainly in gorgeous color. 8 1/2" x 11". Maps. A lovely travel booklet for Colorado. Fine.
648. Colorado. Idaho Springs. PANORAMIC POSTCARD. N.p., 1920. Postcard. Not a book. "Mountain Scene Idaho Springs
Colo. Looking North". Size: 3 1/8" x 20 1/8". Black & white. Required "One Cent without writing" & "Two Cents with writing."
Circa 1920 or possibly earlier is my guess. Very nice. Digital image available upon request. Fine, unused. (#0411019)
649. Colorado) Eads. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, draft, Eads, Kiowa Co., Colo. n/a, April 30, 1910, 1910. Paper. Not a book.
Original, cancelled. Made out to New England Nat't Bank & signed by F. L. Lyles. Vg. (#0505040)
650. Colorado) Mesa Verde. MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK. n.p.: Mesa Verde Company, 1940. First Thus. No
printing/edition stated. Oblong 4to b/w photo paper over boards, plastic spiral bound. 32pp as 16 one-sided leaves with 1pp Intro & 15
full-page b/w photo. Inside front cover is "Location Map" including "Scenic Southern Highways Across the Rockies." Inside back
cover "Descriptive Details". Photos by George Grant, Eugene Kingman, Harvey Stark, Robert Branstaed, & Ansel Hall. Good+.
651. Colorado) Tennessee Pass. IN THE CLOUDS OFFICIAL FOLDER A Thousand Miles Through the Rockies On the
Scenic Line of the World. n.p.: Denver & Rio Grande RR, 1916. First Thus. Photographic Image. Not a book. A color picture folder,
postmarked/mailed from Twin Lakes to someone in Washington State. Red/pink ink stamp of "Top of the World" Tennessee Pass, etc.
Folder has 23 brilliantly, but not garishly colored photos of Colorado scenes. Map of the RR from Denver to San Francisco. Laid in
are four color post cards: Moffat Road loop, Albany Hotel (Denver), Castle Rock tram at Golden, & Tower of Babel (Garden of the
Gods which was written & sent). (#1209033)
652. Colorado). THE BLACK HAWK BOILER WORKS Rocky Mountain National Bank. Central City: RMNB, 1912. Paper.
Not a book. Original canceled check made out to New York Store ? Co.. Signed by John Stroehle & with the printed name of George
Stroehle and Sons. PAID stamp of the bank on the reverse as well as different PAID stamp on the front. The Black Hawk ID is printed
sideways on the left side in its own block. Black Hawk was close to Central City. Fine. Dec 30, 1912 (#1003021) $24.29
653. Colorado). COLORADO The Diamond Jubilee of Statehood An Exhibition in the Library of Congress. Wash D. C.: U. S.
Gov't Printing Office, 1951. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to pictorial wraps. 75pp. Illustrated with vintage photos. Index. 236 entries
titled & described in the exhibition. Ink dates at top corner of front cover; soiled; good +. (#1408034)
WOMEN (Vol 2). Frederick: Jende-Hagen Bookcorp, 1982. 2nd printings. Both in 4to pictorial cloth. 42pp. each volume. Illus. Welldesigned item with material on (men): Pike, Evans, Byers, Bonfils, Tammen, Palmer, Packer, W H Jackson, Soapy Smith, Boettcher,
Stratton, Enos Mills; and (women): Aunt Clara Brown, Bird, Tabor, Jackson, Silks, Molly Brown, Griffith, Mclean, Sabin, Mother
Jones & Josephine Roche. Back cover on both is map of Colorado. Vol 1: Light wear to extremities, else fine. Vol 2: Fine. No dust
jackets (as issued?). What few copies are found are usually in paper wrappers. Very scarce. (#1209034) $121.56
655. Colorado). GHOST TOWNS AND MINING CAMPS. Colorado: n.p., 1972. First Thus. Stapled & folded yellow legal sheets
(3). 3pp. Printed listing of Colorado ghost & old mining towns with brief intro & then "Towns Accessible by Auto". Fine. (#1302027)
656. Colorado). HOTEL COLORADO. N.p, Denver, 1896, 1896. Paper. Not a book. One ruled sheet A.L.S. (written & signed
letter). Oct. 21, 1896, from Matt Edwards, who was staying at the Hotel Colorado in Denver (Chas. Straul, Prop.), 1634 Larimer St..
Mr. Edwards wants his friend, Billy, to know that he really wants to return to Austin for Christmas & the New Year, but his sister is
"very anxious" for him to remain for the holidays with her. Like a good brother, he will: "I can't hardly refuse her Billy..." Rates at
the Hotel were 50 cents to $2 a day., but it was worth it apparently: "Steam Heat, Electric Bills (?), Strictly First-class, Central
Location." Soiling to lower portion; two small punched holes at top from some sort of binder; vg condition. (#0408034)
657. Colorado). NOTHING IS LONG AGO A Documentary History of Colorado 1776/1976 (Signed). Denver: Denver Public
Library, 1976. Limited/Numbered. # 57 of a limited edition of 100 copies. 4to cloth. 141pp. Wonderfully illustrated with photos,
prints, maps, facsimile titles & documents, etc. Four signatures: Thomas Hornsby Ferril (introductory poem), famed author James A.
Michener (who wrote 7pp Introduction), Richard D. Lamm (Governor), & W. H. McNichols (Jr.) (Mayor of Denver). "A Catalogue of
the Exhibit in the Denver Public Library Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of Colorado's Statehood and the 200th Anniversary
of the Republic's Independence." Fine in near fine dj sporting a gold-foil emblem (Pike's Peak Gold). (#1209035) $129.66
658. Colorado). ROCKY MOUNTAIN VIEWS On the Rio Grande - The Scenic Line of the World. Denver: Smith - Brooks ,
1935. Circa 1935 as last date in text is 1934. Oblong 4to green pictorial wraps. (44pp). Illustrated with toned photos of mountain
scenes - some in Utah - most in Colorado. 1" closed tear bottom & top of binding. Good+ (#1209036)
659. Colorado). Gillaspy, Gifford. PIKES PEAK OR BUST. Colo. Springs, 1950, 1950. First Edition. 1st edition. "Number 1 1950,
May 29". Pictorial wraps (6' x 9"). (32pp.). Illustrated with lots of b/w photos & period ads. Middle fold is a full hand-drawn map
looking over Colorado Springs to Pikes Peak. Info on Cheyenne Mountain, Garden of the Gods, Seven Falls, Manitou Springs, etc..
Someone has written "Hyland Court" & made an asterisk near one corner. Good+. A little bit edge torn & slightly worn. Scarce! I
have found no other copies or issues. (#0505041)
660. Colorado). Vickers, C. L. (Ed.). HISTORY OF THE ARKANSAS VALLEY OF COLORADO Illustrated. O. L. Baskin,
Chicago, 1881, 1881. First Edition. 1st edition. Three-quarter leather bound with elaborate gilt-stamped pebbled cloth boards. 889pp.
Frontispiece: "Grand Canyon of the Arkansas". Illustrated with 105 engraved portraits & 52 wonderful engraved andscape, town, &
architecturally related views. An immense amount of not only biographical information on leaders of Colorado associated with the
Arkansas River valley, but on the sometimes hair-raising history of the following counties: Lake, El Paso, Chaffee, Fremont, Custer,
Pueblo, Bent. Also sections on "History of Colorado", "Railroads", "Ten Mile Region", "Postscript" (Ute Rebellion). This copy has
two portraits signed in pencil, Elton T. Beckwith (leading stockman of Custer Co.) & Peter Becker (businessman & former El Paso
sheriff). There is also a lock of hair between a couple of pages. This copy rebacked with leather under original gilt-stamped spine,
which is slightly flaked near the bottom. Light to moderate wear to the covers. New floral endpapers similar to original ones in poor
condition. Library stamp on verso of title page, with some "bleeding" through showing part of the stamp in reverse on the title page,
but not affecting any text. All edges gilt, with quite mild library stamp on bottom edge. A near fine copy. Rare. Howes A314, 6-guns
2272 ("contains chapters on the vigilantes & outlaws of Colorado"), Herd 527 & 2408. (#0309034)
661. Comandini, Adele. DOCTOR KATE Angel on Showshoes The Story of Kate Pelham Newcomb, M. D. (Signed). NY:
Rinehart & Co., 1956. Probably 2nd printing, without the publisher's "R" in circle. Cloth & boards. 339pp. Illustrated with several
photos. Presentation copy signed by Comandini, Hollywood, 12/17/60. Gift inscription & owner's signature on front endpapers.
Biography of the beloved Wisconsin North Woods doctor (Woodruff & area). Born in 1885 in Kansas, Dr. Kate passed away in 1956,
shortly after this biography was published. In 1954 she appeared on the popular TV show, "This Is Your Life." Vg+ in dj with long
price clip along top of panel. Scarce signed. (#1104024)
662. Combs, Barry B. WESTWARD TO PROMONTORY Building the Union Pacific across the plains and mountains A
Pictorial Documentary. NY: Garland Books, 1969. Reprint. 4to cloth. 77pp. Illustrated in b/w with well-reproduced vintage photos.
Near fine in moderately worn, pc dj. (#1307022)
663. Conason, Joe. THE RAW DEAL (Signed) How The Bush Repubicans Plan To Destroy Social Security And The Legacy
Of The New Deal. Polipoint Press, Sausalito, 2005, 2005. Colorful red, white, & blue trade wraps. 141pp. Illust. Notes. Index. Signed
& dated by Conason. Preface by James Roosevelt, Jr.. Foreword by Al Franken. Fine. (#5017004) $20.25
664. Concordia Seminary. CONCORDIA JOURNAL Volume 1 - 4 issues. St. Louis: Concordia Seminary, 1974. First Thus. 1st
printings. 4to pictorial wraps. 192pps total. At the time, this was the new theological journal of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, MO,
succeeding the former CTQ. It was initially published quarterly. The seminary is one of the two seminaries of the Lutheran Church
Missouri Synod (LCMS). Vg. (#THEOSHEL412) $20.00
665. Concordia Seminary. CONCORDIA JOURNAL Volumes 5 - 12 complete. St. Louis: Concordia Seminary, 0. First Thus. 1st
printings. 4to pictorial wraps. 48 issues, complete in sequence. At this time, six issues a year were published. This, the theological
journal of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, MO, succeeded the former CTQ. The seminary is one of the two seminaries of the Lutheran
Church Missouri Synod (LCMS). A few copies are rough with wear & tear to covers, but most copies vg to fine. (#THEOSHEL413)
666. Concordia Theological Seminary). THE SPRINGFIELDER 43 issues. Springfield (IL): Concordia Theological Seminary,
1960. First Thus. Stapled wraps. 43 issues, incomplete run. 1960 (Vol 24) #2. 1964 (Vol 28) #1,3. 1965 (Vol 30) #3. 1966 (Vol 30)
#1-3. 1967 (Vol 31) #1-4. 1968 (Vol 32) #1,3,4. 1969 (Vol 33) #1,2,4. 1970 - 1976 complete through #2 of 1976. A fine theological
journal published by the seminary faculty of one of the two seminaries of The Lutheran Church -- Missouri Synod. Fine condition.
You might find an occasional underlined essay. Perhaps not. 1960 - 1976 (#THEOSHEL248)
667. Concordia). CROSS TALK. St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House., 1998. First Thus. 11 issues of Cross Talk, which was a
publication featuring a newsletter, several sheets of reproducables for worship & study, & a cassette tape, each set in a mailing
envelope. 7 of the 11 tapes present in this set. Published by Concordia for Lutheran & other clergy. Fine. 1998-2000
668. Condon, Phil. MONTANA SURROUND Land, Water, Nature, and Place (Signed). Boulder: Johnson, 2004. First Edition.
1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 184pp. Foreword by William Kittredge. Signed by Condon. Personal essays of the country & states the
author has lived in: Montana, British Columbia, Missouri. Well written. Fine, like new. (#0411021)
669. Conger, Roger N. A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF WACO With a Reprint of Highlights of Waco History (Signed). Waco:
Texian Press, 1964. First Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped 4to cloth. 292pp. Abundantly illustrated with b/w vintage photos.
Facsimiles. Signed by Conger on ffep. Laid in is facsimile of City of Waco One Dollar bill produced by Tyler Payton. Name/address
ink stamp of former owner on front endpapers. Small imperfection from cloth manufacturer for the boards on front cover, hardly
worth noting. The pc dj has a 1 1/2" tear closed at bottom of front panel, else near fine. (#1602028)
670. Conlon - McIvor, Maura. FBI GIRL How I Learned To Crack My Father's Code (Signed). Warner, NY, 2004, 2004. First
Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 306pp. Illustrated with family photos. Signed & dated by the author. Unusual memoir of a girl
growing up in an FBI family. A photocopy of congratulatory letter from J. Edgar Hoover to her father is on a preliminary page. Fine,
as new, in dj. (#5016004) $10.94
671. Connecticut) (New Haven, Bridgeport, Waterbury). DAU'S BLUE BOOK 1913 FOR New Haven, Bridgeport, Waterbury
(Connecticut) and suburban towns. Dau Publishing, NYC, (1913), 1913. First Thus. Gilt-stamped & decorated gilt-pictorial blue
cloth. 186pp. Illustrations accompany many ads. There are quite a few ads in this book. Lists include: New Haven Society
Alphabetical Index, New Haven Street List, & same for Bridgeport & Waterbury. Also, New Haven Club List (Automobile, Chamber
of Commerce, Country Club, DAR, & more. This book also includes the following municipalities or townships: Ansonia, Branford,
Derby, Milford, Naugatuck, Norwalk, Stamford, Seymour, Stonington, Stratford, Thomaston, Wallingford, Watertown, & Westport. A
nice, tight copy with no cracking whatsoever to the hinges. The top of the backstrip is frayed & the bottom slightly worn. Extremities
of the covers generally worn (lightly at the top; worn through on the bottom corners). A little rubbing near the top edge of the front
cover. Overall a good+ copy. Very scarce. (#5013055)
672. Connecticut). OLD HAND-WRITEN LEDGER. n.p.: Privately written, 1809. Hardbound, original 1/4 leather & paper over
boards. Original handwritten (in ink) ledger, small folio, 8" x 12". Non-ruled paper. Unpaginated. 94pp, representing approximately
40% of the pages, are filled out, and also the rear paste down. The rear free endpaper lists births & deaths of about 20 family members
(primarily Stocking & Hooker families) from the 1750s to the 1830s. Not every entry has both birth & death listed. One entry: "Elijah
Hooker Decr (December) 1769 (presumed birth year) killed by lightning (no date)". Just browsing the pages we find references to
Berlin, Midletown (Middletown), & Southington (Connecticut). This ledger lists activities involving expenditures of one of these
family members, whom we might presume to be Luther Stocking. Listings of financial dealings begin in 1809 (with one 1808) & end
in 1852, and incorporate an absolutely fascinating number of people, types of work, purchases/payments/receipts, etc. Materials and
products include cider, brandy, tallow, potatoes, apples, lard, various grains (buckwheat) building materials & farm animals. Work
included a lot of painting, plastering, stone & brick laying. leading us to believe the owner had a home construction, or part thereof,
business. Also "sawing pickets for fence", etc.. "Waggons" are loaned, animals are bought & sold & rented/fed, harvesting is done,
and dollar amounts are given for each entry. Two examples: "June the 14th 1833 Gideon Munson Pd For Eight Bushels of potatoes
which he is to Return the sam Number of Bushels in my sellar (sic) Next fall." "July the 14th 1838 Norman Warner turned in his Cow
Nov the first took her out fifteen week and three days three dollars". A remarkable "portrait" of personal/business economic life early
in our nation's history. Covers worn but in real good shape. Front hinge broken but binding nevertheless sound. (#1302028) $400.20
673. Connell, Evan S. SON OF THE MORNING STAR. Norwalk: Easton Press, 1987. Special Edition. 1st printing thus of the
lovely Easton edition. Gilt-decorated leather, gilt guidon flags fully adorning both covers. Strong gilt titles & guidon decor on spine.
All edges gilt (a.e.g.). Silk ribbon, raised bands, moire silk endpapers. LAID IN: 1) Publisher's bookplate. 2) Publisher's printed note
re revised "Collector's Notes" sheet. 3) Original printed "Collector's Notes" sheet. 4) Revised printed "Collector's Notes" sheet. A
popular & well-praised biography of George Armstrong Custer. Fine copy. A typically lovely product from this press. Swinford HS
#3. (#1204030) $46.60
674. Connell, Evan S. SON OF THE MORNING STAR Custer and the Little Bighorn. North Point, 1984. Later printing. Cloth
& bds. 441pp. Hardbound edition of the modern, fascinating study of the subject. Fine in dj. (#9011053) $5.41
675. Connelley, William E. WILD BILL AND HIS ERA: The Life and Adventures of James Butler Hickok. NY: Press of the
Pioneers, 1933. First Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped cloth. 229pp. Illus. Notes. Index. Red pencil fos on half-title. Light wear;
darkening to spine; ffep hinge archivally reinforced. Vg. 6-guns 480. (#1204031)
676. Connelly, Michael. HARRY BOSCH THREE STORIES (Signed). NY & Boston: Little, Brown & Co, 2011. ARC. Advance
Reading Copy (ARC). Glossy printed wraps.97pp. Signed by Connelly. "Suicide Run", "Angle of Investigation", "One Dollar
Jackpot", "Excerpt from The Drop". Fine. Scarce. (#5021050) $50.00
677. Conner, Daniel Ellis. JOSEPH REDDEFORD WALKER AND THE ARIZONA ADVENTURE. Norman: OU, 1956. First
Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 365pp. Illus. Map. Bibliography. Index. Tip of front cover slightly bumped. Good+ in moderately worn,
but good dj. (#1602029) $31.62
678. Connolly, Tina. IRONSKIN (Signed). NY: TOR, 2012. First Edition. Statement on copyright page reads, "First Edition
October 2012" Number line begins with "2". Hardbound. According to Zempel guide guide to first editions, this would be a statement
that this copy is the first printing & the edition slug would be dropped for the 2nd printing. 304pp. Signed by Connolly on t-p. "A
steampunk Beauty and the Beast tale". Fine in dj. (#SHEL587)
679. Connor, Seymour V.; Skaggs, Jimmy M. BROADCLOTH AND BRITCHES: The Santa Fe Trade. College Station: Texas A
& M Univ Pr, 1977. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 225pp. Illus. Maps. Notes on sources. Index. Fine in pc dj. (#1408036) $17.51
680. Consolidated Fur Corporation. FUR TRAPPERS' PRICE SHEET AND PRODUCTS. Toronto: CFC, 1919. First Thus.
Paper. Original sheet 10 1/2" x 16", printed on both sides, folded, then tri-folded. Dated Feb. 1st, 1919. Illustrated with the
Consolidated Fur Corp masthead drawing of polar bears with sun's rays behind them. Gives price list of seventeen fur bearing animals
plus wild cat & house cat, differing values according to various grades of quality & size. Included info on the company, an ad for
traps, animal bait, & a few other odds & ends. 3 1/2" split at top of one fold. Vg condition. Scarce early 20th Century trapping item.
681. Conwell, Russell H. THE LIFE, TRAVELS, AND LITERARY CAREER OF BAYARD TAYLOR. Boston, 1881., 1881.
Later printing. Decorated cloth. 357pp. Illust. fos. Biography of the author of the gold rush classic, Eldorado. Thin line of red stain
along front joint. Oil or water stain top of frontispiece. Good+. (#9502037)
682. Cook, H. T. (Teen). BOOMER - SOONER A Life Story. Co-operative Books, Norman, 1939, 1939. First Edition. Rustcolored wraps. 56pp. The author was born in 1869, grew up in a ranching family in Texas, & migrated to Indian Territory & made the
1889 Run. This memoir was published for the 50th anniversary of the 89er Run. It was the first of a projected series of booklets. Near
fine condition. This copy also has the publisher's printed "belt" wrapped around the book & folding under the covers. It reads "O
Pioneers" etc. on the front & the back gives ordering information for additional copies. Very scarce. Herd 568. (#0711063) $90.00
683. Cook, Langdon. FAT OF THE LAND: Adventures of a 21st Century Forager (Signed). U.S.A.: Skipstone Press, 2009. First
Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 222pp. Signed & dated by Cook in year of publication. The book "traces Cook's journey from wrangler of
pre-packaged calories to connoisseur of coveted wild edibles." "Structured around the seasons of the year." Fine, like new in dj.
684. Coolidge, Dane & Mary Roberts. THE LAST OF THE SERIS. NY, 1939., 1939. First Edition. 1st edition. Pictorial cloth.
264pp. Illust with photos by D. Coolidge & drawings by Santo Blanco. Bookplate. The authors, well-known for their studies of the
Navahos, were drawn to the coast of Sonora & to the songs & drawings of the man who best remembered the old days, Santo Blanco.
Moderate wear & light fading to covers. Vg. (#9703025)
Lewis Pub Co, 1906. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to rebound in dark brown cloth with gilt spine titles. 1,007pp. a.e.g. (all edges gilt).
Portraits. Townships, towns, early settlements, aborigines, etc. Ink initial on ffep. Vg+ with a few minor edge tears. Very scarce.
686. Coomer, Paula Marie. DOVE CREEK (Signed). Seattle: Libertary, 2010. First Thus. Pictorial wraps.230pp. Signed by
Coomer. Bottom edge of back cover bumped & couple of adjacent pages. Vg thus. (#5012053) $8.00
687. Cooper, Brenda (Signed). Wings of Creation (Signed). New York: Tor Books, 2009. ARC. Advance Uncorrected Proof.
Wraps. 382 pp. Signed by Cooper. Publisher's promo laid in. "War is brewing in a strange, exciting world where men and women have
the power to fly." Fine, like new. (#P1084ARC)
688. Cooper, Courtney Ryley. LIONS 'N TIGERS 'N EVERYTHING. Boston: Little, Brown, 1924. First Edition. Pictorial cloth.
260pp. Illustrated with photos. Three different owner's signatures on ffep, with two crossed out. Light wear to extremities. Good+. No
dj. (#lynn073b) $9.51
689. Cooper, William. THE SHEPHERDS OF THE WORLD A Photographic Record. Berkhamstead: William Cooper &
Nephews, 1920. First Edition. 12mo illustrated stapled wraps with elegant red accents. (28pp). Illustrated with remarkable sepia
portraits of shepherds from countries all around the world, one each representing New Zealand, Australia, S. Africa, Japan, Chile,
Germany, Bolivia, U.S., Russia, Holland, Spain, Bulgaria, France, China, Peru, Brazil, India, Iceland, Argentine, Hungary, Uruguay,
Algeria, Turkey, Italy, & a one-page composite of England, Ireland, & Scotland. At bottom of pages is a promo for Cooper's (sheep)
Dip. 5pps of ads & info about the company. Cooper Crest on preliminary page. Ink-stamped at top of publisher box is the company
name of the successor company, "Cooper, McDougall & Robertson Ltd." That change was apparently in 1925. The booklet actually
appears to be earlier than 1920, possibly about 1900. Cooper & his nephews were in business at least in the 1880s. A rare pamphlet,
with a copy showing present in only one library worldwide. Remarkably fine condition. (#1104025)
690. Corbin, Henry C. (Comp); Thian, Raphael (Chief Clerk). LEGISLATIVE HISTORY OF THE GENERAL STAFF OF THE
ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES (Its Organization, Duties, Pay, and Allowances) from 1775 to 1901. Wash D. C.: Gov't
Printing Office, 1901. First Edition. 1st printing. Red cloth. 800pp. Index. Pencil fos. A reference book loaded with info for the
researcher. Front hinge loose but all cords still bound. Couple of pages with corner chips. Water stain to top boards/spine & down a
couple of inches average. Puncture near bottom of spine. Still fair. (#1402023) $12.51
691. Corey, Deborah Joy. THE SKATING POND (Signed). Berkley, NY, 2003., 2003. ARC. ARC. Pictorial wraps. 246pp. Signed
by Corey. The author won the W.H. Smith Books in Canada award with her first novel, Losing Eddie. Fine. (#5012008aARC)
692. Corey, Judson M. THE STORY OF KNOWLESVILLE The Community and its People. Privately Printed, Saint John,
1985, 1985. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 242pp. Illust. Owner's name, address, etc. Lists, Genealogical Tables. Occasional note in
pen or pencil in book. Laid in news clipping of Remembrance Day services in cemeterys of Knowlesville & Coldstream. Some curling
to cover corners. Good+ reference copy. (#5011051) $14.18
693. Cornelius, Elias. THE LITTLE OSAGE CAPTIVE An Authentic Narrative. Boston: Samuel T. Armstrong & Crocker &
Brewster, 1822. First Edition. 1st printing. Original 1/4 leather with gilt-stamped spine, & paper over boards. 108pp. Frontispiece ("I
asked what became of her parents", etc.). Howes calls for an additional plate but it appears it was not bound in, as per other copies
recorded. Early signature in beautiful hand of one Caroline Baldwin on blank leaf. On ffep in pencil, "Quincy." Preface opens, "In the
year 1817 the writer of the following narrative, was employed by the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, to visit
several tribes of Indians, residing in the south western parts of the United States." As expected, the frontispiece & facing title page are
thoroughly foxed. Some foxing & some staining to endpapers. The foxing to text is fairly minimal. Moderate wear to extremities. Fair
copy. Howes C776 (#1506030)
694. Corning, Howard McKinley (Ed.). DICTIONARY OF OREGON HISTORY Compiled from the Research Files of the
Former Oregon Writers' Project with Much Added Material. Portland: Binfords & Mort, 1956. First Edition. 1st printing.
Decorated cloth. 281pp. Bibliography. Extensive entries -- lots of information. Fine in top-edge chipped dj. (#1111030)
695. Corral Dust) Frank Goodwyn & Robert M. Utley. UNCLE SAM'S LEFT HAND HARBORS A FOREIGN
REVOLUTIONIST & THE LEGEND OF THE LITTLE BIGHORN. Wash. D. C.: Potomac Corral of the Westerners, 1956. First
Thus. 4to wraps. (8pp.). Vol. I, #2. Includes Western Book Roundup. Fine. Very scarce. June, 1956 (#0909041)
696. Corral Dust) Robert M. Utley & D. Harper Simm. CUSTER'S BANK & THE APACHE SCOUTS WHO WON A WAR.
Wash. D. C.: Potomac Corral of the Westerners, 1956. First Thus. 4to wraps. (8pp.). Vol. I, #4. Includes Western Book Roundup.
Fine. Very scarce. Dec, 1956 (#0909044) $16.20
697. Corral Dust) Robert M. Utley. ACTION ON THE TEXAS FRONTIER. Wash. D. C.: Potomac Corral of the Westerners,
1960. First Thus. 4to wraps. (8pp.). Vol. V, #4. Includes Western Book Roundup. Fine. Scarce. Oct., 1960 (#0909042)
698. Corrubia, Paul E. (Illust), and Rowland, Loyd W. (Text). WILL ROGERS. Privately Published, Tulsa, 1940, 1940. First
Edition. Folio stapled wraps from heavy paper, with Rogers' name & decorative lines on the front cover in the fashion of a lariat, & on
the back cover with the lariat roping the world. 16 lithographic plates of places in Oklahoma associated with Rogers. Signed by
Corrubia. A rather unusual, very attractive presentation. Some decorative motifs appear to be hand-painted. The fine art litho plates
are protected by textured guards. Interleaved pages are printed with a well-written text that greatly honors Rogers. The covers have
curling to the corners, & short edge tears. Top & bottom of spine split a couple of inches. The blank preliminary sheet, which has the
signature on it, is pulled away from the next sheet, which is the title page. Not a fragile book, but because of its size it would have
been almost impossible to protect it well. Cup-bottom type circle stain on lower front cover; stains lower half of right margin of back
cover, reaching in 3" - 4". The stains are certainly visible, but not dark & ugly. Good copy thus. Rare. Oversized. (#0711065)$405.00
699. Corser, H. P. SEVENTY-SIX PAGE HISTORY OF ALASKA. Privately Printed, N.p., 1927, 1927. 4to printed gray wraps.
76pp. Illust/photos. Owner's signature, "C. D. Littlehales, Chief Purser S. S. Alaska". (The second S. S. Alaska was commissioned in
1923). Near fine. Scarce. Smith 2048. (#0404021) $25.92
700. Cory, Jon. A PLAGUE OF SCOUNDRELS (Signed). Walnut Creek: Komenar Pub, 2008. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth.
286pp. Signed & dated by Cory in year of publication with short additional non-personal note in his hand. The ffep is black & just a
couple of tiny touches of the black dye mark the extreme edge of the next page. Else fine in dj. (#5001117) $9.50
701. Cory, Jon. A Plague of Scoundrels (Signed). Walnut Creek: Komenar Pub, 2008. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 286 pp.
"Elliot Vail is a floundering San Francisco stand-up comedian who will do anything for a cheap place to live... Jon Cory's debut novel
takes readers on a romp through London and the rural English countryside." Signed & dated (wth event signed at) by Cory shortly
after publication. Fine. New in dj. (#5022004)
702. Cosentino, Andrew F. THE PAINTINGS OF CHARLES BIRD KING (1785-1862). Smithsonian, Wash. D.C., 1977, 1977.
First Edition. 4to cloth. 213pp. Descriptively illustrated with King's work. Chronology. Catalog of Known Works (Portraits including
Indian subjects; "Subject Pictures" including Still Life, Landscape, etc., and "Studies" including Heads of Indians. Bibliography.
Except for the Frontispiece, the reproductions are in b/w. Fine in pc dj. No longer common. (#0606023) $32.80
703. Coss, Peter. THE LADY IN MEDIEVAL ENGLAND 1000 - 1500. Wren's Park, 1999, 1999. Reprint. Fine reprint, 1st thus.
Royal 8vo glossy pictorial hardbound. 214pp. Beautifully illustrated. Index. Notes. Further Reading. Owner's typed private library call
number lower spine; owner's name sticker on front paste down. Else fine in dj. (#MOR.2.020)
704. Costello, A. E. BIRTH OF THE BRAVEST A History of the New York Fire Department from 1609 to 1887. Doherty, NY,
2002., 2002. ARC. Advance Uncorrected Proof. Yellow trade wraps. 476pp. Fine, as new. (#5014019ARC)
705. Cotner, June. ANIMAL BLESSINGS Prayers and Poems Celebrating Our Pets (Signed). Harper, S.F., 2000, 2000. First
Edition. 1st printing. Small 4to cloth & boards. 168pp. Chapter head photos of animals. Signed & dated by Cotner. Inspirational
quotations from many sources. Fine, as new in dj. (#5003007) $16.20
706. Cotterill, R. S. THE SOUTHERN INDIANS The Story of the Civilized Tribes Before Removal. Norman: OU, 1954. First
Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 255pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Maps. Near fine in dj with top one-third of back panel missing.
707. Cotton, Alice . WHEN BUILDINGS SPEAK Stories Told by Oregon's Historical Architecture (Signed). Portland:
Artemis, 2001. First Edition. 1st printing. Oblong 4to pictorial glossy wraps. 70pp. Illustrated with fine drawings by the author.
Glossary. Bibliography. Index. Signed & dated in year of publication by Cotton. 20 historic Oregon buildings. Fine, like new.
708. Court, Alfred. MY LIFE WITH THE BIG CATS. NY: Simon & Schuster, 1955. First Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped
cloth. 178pp. Illus. Engaging memoir by the famous trainer of big cats. Virtually fine copy. The pictorial dust jacket is has a couple of
chips and has general wear & is clipped at both corners of the front flap. Very scarce. (#SHEL539)
709. Cowboys & Indians). COWBOYS and INDIANS A Magazine for Western Enthusiasts. San Carlos: Cowboys & Indians,
1993. First Thus. Issue #1, July 1993. Glossy pictorial wraps. 63pp. Well illustrated. The "Premiere Issue" of a striking magazine that
now has a wide readership. Several articles, including one on Will James by authority William Gardner Bell; also Calamity Jane by
Richard W. Etulain; also "Cowgirl Clothing" by M. J. Van Deventer. More. Fine, as new. Original issue is very scarce. (#SHEL717)
710. Cox, Judy. WEIRD STORIES FROM THE LONESOME CAFE. NY: Browndeer Press - Harcourt, 2000. 1st Edition. 1st
printing. Pictorial hardbound. 72pp. Illus. Near fine in fine dj. Near fine instead of as new because of a tiny, tiny nick on the fore edge.
Barely worth mentioning unless you need an absolutely perfect copy. (#5015045)
711. Cox, Mamie Wynne. THE ROMANTIC FLAGS OF TEXAS (Signed). Dallas: Banks, Upshaw & Co, 1936. First Edition. 1st
printing. Gilt-stamped cloth. 373pp. Illustrated with striking color representations of 46 Texas flags. Index. Full page ink presentation
by Cox in 1941 to a couple from another state who had visited the author the previous year. Also laid in is a 2-page (one sheet, double
sided) A.L.S. (written letter) warmly written by Cox to the same couple discussing the book & it's purchase. The letter is on the
letterhead of Haswell's gift shop, Bryan Texas & is accompanied by canceled Haswell's envelope (with stamp torn off). Other lay-ins,
presumably by owners. A splendid looking book with obviously a lot of great information. Foreword was written by Major John
Thomason, Jr., U. S. Marines. Some wear to spine extremities, but certainly vg. The scarce dj has a couple of sizable chips, but is still
over 95% present. Very scarce & rare with inscriptions. (#1412040) $225.11
712. Cox, Ted W. THE TOLEDO INCIDENT OF 1925 Three Days That Made History in Toledo, Oregon (Signed). Old
World, Corvallis, 2005, 2005. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 196pp. Illust. Appendices. Index. Presentation copy signed &
numbered by Cox. The author's research & conclusions regarding the expelling of Japanese workers from an Oregon mill. Fine, as
new. (#0511023) $16.40
713. Coyner, David H. THE LOST TRAPPERS A Collection of Interesting Scenes & Events in the Rocky Mountains.
Cincinnati: E. D. Truman, 1850. 2nd Edition. 12mo blindstamped cloth. 255pp. Appendix. "The hero of this sometimes factitious
account of the beginnings of the American Fur Trade is Ezekiel Williams, whose... journal forms the basis for Coyner's story of
exploration and adventure in the Rockies, 1809-13, and an overland journey to California in 1809-10..." (WCB). This 2nd edition
collates the same as the 1847 edition, without the ads. Wear at cover corners & head of spine; narrow piece stripped from spine. Text
with general water-stains & very light foxing. Solid, readable copy. Good-. WCB 130:2, Howes C836. (#1011035) $109.40
714. Crafton, Allen. Gard, Robert E. A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE. Wisconsin House, Madison, 1974., 1974. First Edition.
1st edition. Cloth. 204pp. A novel. Fos. Fine in slightly chipped dj with couple of edge tears & a 2 1/2" tear on back panel.
715. Craig, John. SIMCOE COUNTY - THE RECENT PAST. N.P.: Corp. of the County of Simcoe, 1977. First Edition. 1st
printing. Decorated cloth. 306pp. Illustrated with several drawings. Brief Notes. Short bibliography. Index. Endpaper maps. A history
of Simcoe County, Ontario, from about 1895. Very slightly musty; fine in moderately worn dj. (#SHEL624)
716. Craig, Reginald S. THE FIGHTING PARSON Biography of Col. John M. Chivington. LA, 1959., 1959. First Edition.
Pebbled hardbound cover attractively blindstamped with six horse soldiers. 284pp. Illust. Six appendices. Chivington's bloody mark
on frontier history is assured, but this book goes into much more of his career than Sand Creek. Attractive Westernlore item. Fine
invery slightly worn, pc dj. (#9205027)
717. Craig, Wallace Gilby. SHORT PANTS TO STRIPED TROUSERS The Life and Times of a Judge in Skid Road
Vancouver (Signed). N. Vancouver: Privately Published, 2003. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 190pp. Illus. Index. Signed
& dated by Craig in 2004. Near fine. (#1302030)
718. Craine, Bessie Wilson. SQUAK VALLEY A Tale of Old Issaquah. Issaquah Hist Soc., Issaquah, 1983, 1983. First Edition.
1st edition. Printed wraps. 71pp. The author's memoir of growing up in the early days of Puget Sound, in the Squak Valley
encompassing present day Issaquah, Washington. Ms. Craine came to the valley in 1883, when she was three, but this account carries
back to 1860. "Small Book on Issaquah History a Gem" (Seattle Times). Bit of curling to cover corners. Near fine. A scarce volume.
719. Cramond, Michael. HUNTING & FISHING IN NORTH AMERICA. OU, Norman, 1953, 1953. First Edition. Cloth with
silver-stamped spine. 394pp. Illustrated by Olaus J. Murie. Index. "Game Animals, Game Birds, Predators, Game Fish, Coarse Fish".
"Hunting Equipment and Methods", "Fishing Tackle and Methods". Fine in worn dj with chips & tears & splits to flaps. (#0805030)
720. Crane, Megan. FRENEMIES A Novel (Signed). 5 Spot, Boston & NY, 2007, 2007. ARC. Advance Reading Copy. Trade
glossy wraps. 291pp. Signed & dated by Crane. Highly reviewed. Fine, like new. (#5008069ARC)
721. Crawford, Jeanne R. (Comp. & Edit.). AS THE VALLEY WAS. (Yakima): Yakima Valley Soc. for the Preservation of Early
Western Americana, 1968. 2nd Edition. Oblong pictorial wraps. (148pp.). Illustrated with a great selection of vintage photos of the
Cle Elum, Ellensburg, Yakima area of Washington. "A pictorial view of the community life in the Yakima River Valley from the
Yakima River's origin at Cle Elum to its junction with the Columbia River during the era 1900 - 1915." Virtually all the text is in the
captions, some very thorough. Moderate wear. Good+. Smith S3616. (#1011036)
722. Crawford, Lewis F. BADLANDS AND BRONCHO TRAILS. Bismarck, 1922., 1922. First Edition. Gilt-stamped cloth.
114pp. Illust/photos. Marbled endpapers. "These (written) sketches are not intended to make up a history of the badlands. it is hoped
they will stir in the reader's vein the human side of the rancher's life." A few pages are uncut (thus unread); a few other pages have
been cut at the edges somewhat roughly & have some ragged margins. Several margin tears archivally repaired. Good. Privately
printed & very scarce. By the author of the later Rekindling Campfires. Herd 604. (#0111044)
723. Crawford, Lewis F. BADLANDS AND BRONCHO TRAILS. Bismarck, 1922., 1922. First Edition. Gilt-stamped cloth.
114pp. Illust/photos. Marbled endpapers. Partially affixed & folded on front paste down is a T.L.S. (typed letter signed) by Crawford
on the letterhead of The Industrial Commission of North Dakota" of which Crawford was Secretary. Obituary of Crawford partially
affixed to back of letterhead on folded part. The letter was to Kara Dickinson, City Auditor of Minot, N. D. & is dated Jan. 10, 1923.
Wear to spine extremities. Near vg. Privately printed & very scarce. By the author of the later book, Rekindling Campfires. Herd 604.
724. Crew, Linda. A HEART FOR ANY FATE Westward to Oregon 1845 (Signed). Oregon Hist. Soc., Portland, 2005, 2005.
First Edition. 1st edition. Cloth. 239pp. Several vintage b/w photos from the OHS & Benton Co. Hist. Soc.. Oregon Trail Map. Signed
& dated by Crew, this is apparently the the first novel to be published by the Oregon Historical Society ever, & that fact should
indicate something of the quality of the novel. An advanced juvenile novel, but will appeal to adults. "Based on a true story, (it) tells
how one pioneer family's careful plans are challenged by the harsh and unforeseen realities of overland travel." Fine, as new in dj.
725. Crews, Laura E. MY KINSFOLK: A Story and Genealogy of the Crews, Sampson, Wilber and Waddel Families (Signed).
(Enid): Privately Printed, 1941. First Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped black cloth. 169pp. Plates of family crests. The author was a
noted Garfield County, Oklahoma, pioneer. She made the 1893 Run in to the Cherokee Strip (and attempted one or two earlier land
openings) & was noted for riding horseback "a-straddle". Fine condition. Scarce. (#SHEL795)
726. Crockett, Davy. HOW TO WIN AN ELECTION and be a thoroughgoing politican. Grosse Pointe: Junto, 1976.
Limited/Numbered. A printed memento, ltd to 100 copies, of which this is copy #3. 12mo pictorial wraps. (8pp). From the private
press of Julius Goodman & signed by him. The frontiersman made this speech in 1836. Fine. Scarce. (#1402025) $25.01
727. Cronise, Thomas Jefferson. THE ART PERFECTED Portraiture from the Cronise Studio. Portland: Oregon Historical
Society, 1980. First Edition. 4to pictorial glossy wraps. 147pp. Illustrated with sharp, bright, gorgeous b/w portrait plates. Notes,
which serve as an index. Five decades,1880-1927, of the Cronise Studio in Salem, Oregon. Intro by Susan Seyl. (#0811054) $7.08
728. Crosby, Capt. P. L. BETWEEN SHOTS. Harper & Bros, NY, 1919., 1919. First Edition. Pictorial paper over quarto (8" x 9")
boards. Unpaginated. Excellent World War I military cartoons, most full page. Great humor & superb, eye-catching drawings. A
classic of the genre by Crosby, "With the 77th Division in France." Wear to the cover front corners with the top rear cover corner
bumped; light soiling. Slightly warped, but other than the bump a good copy of a rare & desirable item. (#5005008) $58.73
729. Cross, Carlene. Fleeing Fundamentalism: A Minister's Wife Examines Faith (Signed). Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill,
Chapel Hill, 2006, 2006. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 276pp. Signed & dated by Cross. Clever prose & a soul-bearing
memoir. A terrifically candid and well written expose of the legalism of some forms of Christian Fundamentalism. Her deconstruction
and retelling of the early growth and establishment of Christianity, however, is as flawed as the Fundamentalism she rightly rejects.
That said, a great read for these times. Fine in dj. (#5018026) $22.27
730. Cross, Carlene. THE UNDYING WEST: A Chronicle of Montana's Camas Prairie (Signed). Fulcrum, Golden, 1999, 1999.
First Edition. 1st printing. Trade pictorial wraps. 225pp. Illust. Maps. Notes. Index. Signed & dated by Cross soon after publication.
"In her first book, (Cross) creates a memorable blend of personal and regional history" with "voices" of "sod-busting friends; the
Salish, Kootenai, Nez Perce, and Iroquois;" etc. Fine, like new. (#0811055)
731. Crossen, Forest. Western Yesterdays (1st Five Volumes). Boulder: Boulder Publishing, 1965. First Edition. PLEASE NOTE:
Vol 1 is 2nd printing, else 1st printings Vols 2-5. Pictorial wraps. 1965-67. Various paginations. Well researched historical essays
about Old West Colorado & surrounding region. Fine. (#1402026)
732. Crouter, George; Skiff, Carl (Ed.). THE MAJESTIC FOURTEENERS COLORADO'S HIGHEST (Signed). Silverton:
Sundance Books, 1977. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to pictorial hardbound. 144pp. Illustrated with color photos of Colorado's 14,000'+
mountains. Gift inscription on ffep. Both authors signed on the half-title with "Best Wishes." Fine in plastic protector that apparently
came with the book. No dj probably as issued. (#1602031)
733. Crowe, Rosalie; Brinckerhoff, Sidney B. (Eds.). EARLY YUMA: A Graphic History of Life on the American Nile.
Northland Press, Flagstaff, 1976, 1976. First Edition. 1st edition. 4to cloth with small gilt-stamped pictorial image. 132pp. Illustrated
with a variety of vintage photos: Native Americans, river boats, portraits, everyday shots, construction, etc.. Maps. Signed by both
Crowe & Brinckerhoff. Published with cooperation of Yuma Co. Hist. Soc. Fine in edge worn dj with a couple of minor tears & some
scuffing at extremities. (#0511024NIC)
734. Crowell, Eric C. Design Your Life And Life It! Self-Leadership is a Choice. Calgary: Blitzprint, 2008. First Edition. Glossy
wraps. 122pp. "Is the life I am currently living giving me the joy, inner peace and fulfilment I desire?" If not, the publsher says you
should read this book. Fine, like new. (#P3073)
735. Croy, Homer. JESSE JAMES WAS MY NEIGHBOR (author's letter laid in). NY: Duell, Sloan Pearce, 1949. 2nd printing.
Cloth. 313pp. Index. Pencil fos/gift on ffep. Laid into this copy is a short, but wonderful T.L.S. (typed letter signed) by Croy on a
small-sized printed letterhead, the Duke of Cornwall Hotel, Plymouth (England). It has his corrections in ink, but reads: "April 23rd Friend: I'm going to pull down, just as Jesse would have done, on the person who said the book was unobtainable. I'm telling the
publishers to write you. I've (sic) extremely thankful the book has done so well. I was afraid a book about an outlaw would not go, but
it has. Yours till General MacArthur Loves Truman. H. C." Also laid in is a small news clipping of the death of 109 year old James
Russell Davis, who testified that as a member of the James gang he could identify J. Frank Dalton as Jesse James. Croy grew up close
by the James family. "It seems to me I have always known the James Story." He interviewed many interesting people for this book.
Fine copy in dj with several chips. Great laid in, if brief, material. Adams 150 #39, 6-guns 523. (#1506031)
736. Croy, Homer. TRIGGER MARSHAL The Story of Chris Madsen. NY: Duell, Sloan Pearce, 1958. First Edition. 1st
printing. Cloth. 267pp. Illus. "Time Clock". Sources. Index. A good historian examines the career of one of Oklahoma Territory's
"Three Guardsmen." Faint outline of bookplate removal on ffep, but surprisingly clean. Vg in vg dj with wear at top of backstrip.
Surprising how the internet is flooded with print on demand, paperback, & ex-lib copies of this fine title. 6-guns 525. (#1602032)
737. Croy, Homer. LAST OF THE GREAT OUTLAWS The Story of Cole Younger. NY, 1956., 1956. First Edition. 1st edition.
Cloth. 242pp. Illust. Sources. Index. Small area along bottom of back cover has old paper stuck to it, else fine in moderately soiled dj.
6-guns 524. (#0003027) $22.96
738. Cruikshank, Julie. READING VOICES Oral and Written Interpretations of the Yukon's Past. Vancouver: Douglas &
McIntyre, 1991. First Edition. 4to cloth. 158pp. Illustrated with vintage photos, color maps, etc.. Index. Bibliography. The author
spent many years working with "Native Yukon elders to document their life experiences." At time of publication she was an
anthropology professor at the University of British Columbia, & curator at the UBC Museum of Anthropology. Fine, as new in dj.
739. Cruise, David; Griffiths, Alison. VANCOUVER A Novel (Signed). New York: Harpercollins, 2003. First Edition. 1st printing.
Cloth & boards. 753 pp. Signed by Griffiths & dated in the year of publication & shortly after publication. A fine novel set in the
location & region of the great city of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, where the 2010 Winter Olympics are to be held.
"Beginning in the dying era of the last Ice Age, Vancouver unfolds with the story of Tooke, the last survivor of a Siberian people and
ancestor to the first nations of Vancouver. Moving through history in a rich, ever-expanding tapestry, Vancouver reveals a fascinating
cast of characters." Fine, like new in dj. (#5012042a) $18.23
740. Crum, Robert. LET'S RODEO Young Buckaroos and the World's Wildest Sport. Simon & Schuster, NY, 1996, 1996. First
Edition. 1st printing. Oblong glossy pictorial hardbound. 48pp. Illustrated with brilliant color action photos by Crum. Signed by Crum.
A nice pictorial, with text, of the young cowboys & cowgirls competing in rodeo. Fine, as new in dj. (#0508027) $13.12
741. Crump, Bonnie Lela. UNIQUE EUREKA SPRINGS ARKANSAS (Signed). Eureka Springs: Privately Printed, 1967. First
Thus. Revised edition. Pictorial wraps. 110pp. Illust. This appears to be the author's personal copy. It is underlined & annotated by
Crump, along with some small whimsical vignettes, especially with some of the photos. A handwritten poem, & her address ("Blue
Bird Cove...") along with her signed name, is written inside the front cover. There is a laid in Visitors' Guide Map to Eureka Springs.
Lots of odds & ends of information about persons, events, & buildings. Vg. Scarce. (#0903037) $60.75
742. Crump, Spencer. CALIFORNIA'S SPANISH MISSIONS Their Yesterdays and Todays. Corona del Mar, 1975., 1975. First
Edition. Royal 8vo cloth. 95pp. Illustrated with b/w photos. Fine in dj with a couple of tears. (#9106024) $16.40
743. Culleton, James (General Edit.). ACADEMY SCRAPBOOK Volume Five. Fresno: Academy Guild Press, 1959. First Edition.
1st printing. Cloth. 312pp + Note On Contributors (4pp). Index. Intro states, "... contains some valuable nuggets of California history
that are not readily available anywhere else." Essays on California church history, only 500 copies printed. Previous volumes were
compiled short issues by subscription. This was to be the last volume. Near fine, probably no dj issued. (#1302032) $15.01
744. Cumming, John. LITTLE JAKE OF SAGINAW. Mount Pleasant MI: Rivercrest House, 1978. Limited First Edition. 1st
printing ltd to 487 copies. Gilt-stamped cloth. 142pp. Frontispiece drawing. Fine. No dj, apparently as issued. (#5012054) $12.50
745. Cummings, Byron (Natani Yazzie). INDIANS I HAVE KNOWN. Tucson: Arizona Silhouettes, 1952. First Edition. Cloth.
55pp. Illust. Associations of the author with Navajo, Pahutes, Utes, & Apaches in the early 1900s. Dean Cummings was Director of
the State Museum of Arizona, Head of the Dept. of Archaeology, & Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences at the University of
Arizona. Fine, lacking jacket. (#SHEL403) $8.06
746. Cummings, Jean. WHY THEY CALL HIM THE BUFFALO DOCTOR. Englewood Cliffs, 1971., 1971. First Edition. 1st
edition. Cloth. 309pp. Buffalo raising & doctoring in Stanwood, Michigan. fos. Vg in edgeworn, pc dj. (#9908060) $6.56
747. Cunningham, Eugene. TRIGGERNOMETRY A GALLERY OF GUNFIGHTERS with Technical Notes on Leather
Slapping as a Fine Art gathered from many a Loose Holstered Expert over the Years (Association signed). NY: Press of the
Pioneers, 1934. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth 441pp. Illustrations from the Rose Collection. Short bibliography. Foreword by
Eugene Manlove Rhodes. This copy signed on the ffep by Dean Krakel, who was for many years Director of the formerly named
Cowboy Hall of Fine in OKC. Also signed by the great novelist of the West, A. B. Guthrie, Jr. Chapter essays on 17 gunfighters &
lawmen. Wear to extremities, so vg+, but very little fraying to the cloth. Rare association copy. 6-guns 530, 150 #42, Dykes Kid 304,
Graff 951, Howes C954. (#1506032)
748. Cunningham, Eugene. TRIGGERNOMETRY A Gallery of Gunfighters (rare in DJ). NYC: Press of the Pioneers, 1934.
First Edition. Pictorial cloth. 441pp. Illus. Foreword: Eugene Mangrove Rhodes. This book remains highly regarded, & should be part
of the core of any collection of gunfighter books. General stains on both covers are noticeable against the light. Narrow tide-line stain
on each fore edge of text pages, from top corner & down one-third of edge. In rare dust jacket, which is badly chipped on the
backstrip. 1 3/4" x 1" chip at top, but with no loss of words, & 1" x 1/2" at bottom, Minor loss along front & back panel edges. 6-guns
530, 150 #42, Dykes Kid 304, Graff 951, Howes C954. (#1111034) $324.16
749. Cunningham, Eugene. TRIGGERNOMETRY A Gallery of Gunfighters. NY, 1934., 1934. First Edition. Pictorial cloth.
441pp. Illust. Foreword: Eugene Mangrove Rhodes. This book remains highly regarded, & should be part of the core of any collection
of gunfighter books. Noticeable, but light corner wear to covers; moderately small area of some darkening to front endpapers from
former paper laid in; thumb smudge to rear free endpaper. Near vg. 6-guns 530, 150 #42, Dykes Kid 304, Graff 951, Howes C954.
750. Cunningham, M. Allen. LOST SON. Unbridled Books, Denver, 2006, 2006. ARC. Uncorrected Proof. Glossy trade wraps.
478pp. Index of Rilke quotations. Signed & dated by Cunningham. Included is also publisher's promo, and an excerpt in the same
glossy wraps. Historical novel of the famous poet, Rainer Maria Rilke. Fine, like new. (#5004054ARC) $22.27
751. Cunningham, Robert E. STILLWATER Where Oklahoma Began. Arts & Humanities Council of Stillwater, Stillwater, 1969,
1969. First Edition. Tall 8vo pictorial cloth. 241pp. Illustrated with vintage photos. Maps. The author was eminently qualified to write
this history as a long time resident & student of this area of Old Oklahoma & Payne Co.. He assembled a huge collection of glass-plate
negatives, some of which are used in this book, & some of which are by the famed O.T. photographer, W. S. Prettyman. Fine in worn,
but essentially complete dj. Top of backstrip chipped. (#0711071)
752. Cunningham, Robert E. TRIAL BY MOB. Redlands Press, Stillwater, 1957, 1957. First Edition. Printed wraps. 24pp. A study
of frontier justice after the opening of the Unassigned Lands in 1889. Info on the White Caps, Anti-Horse Thief Assoc., Guthrie, 1898
Indian scare, etc.. Fine copy. Very scarce. 6-guns 532. (#0711072)
753. Cunningham, Wilbur M. LAND OF FOUR FLAGS An Early History of the St. Joseph Valley (Signed). Grand Rapids:
Erdmans, 1961. Limited/Numbered. #92 of 1,000 copies. Cloth. 159pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Inscribed on ffep by Cunningham
to "Lawyer Preston" & dated 12/11/1961. Ink signature stamp of A. G. Preston, Jr., on same. History of SW Michigan with chapter on
French explorers, early missions & forts, Indian Treaties. Pages also on Algonquin Legends of Paw Paw Lake & Pottawattamie Book
of Genesis. Vg (top edge foxed) in dj with backstrip darkened & one small 3/16" hole in same. (#1209038)
The Curtis Companies, 1927. First Edition. Six catalogues in wrappers, bound together in a stiff, embossed binder that qualifies as
"hardbound". Covers in color; illustrations in b/w. 39pp, 31pp, 23pp, 22pp, 39pp, 47pp. "Entrances and Exterior Doors", "Frames and
Exterior Woodwork", "Windows", "Interior Doors", "Moldings and Trim", "Cabinet and Stair Work". The title page of the first
booklet has spots on left side of page, else near fine for the rest of the binder/booklets. Last booklet has pencil drawings on back
cover. Scarce. Slightly smoky. (1927) (#lynn040b) $55.77
755. Curtis, Edward S. THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN: THE SOUTHWEST. Santa Fe: Classic Gravure Corp, 1980.
Limited First Edition. Full calf folio. Ltd to 228 unnumbered copies. 153pp. Richly marbled endpapers. New Introductions by
Beaumont Newhall & Fred Eggan. Foreword by Theodore Roosevelt. Only one illustration as this volume was intended to reproduce
text. However, the illustration is the frontispiece, the famous Curtis self-portrait, of which a collector's magazine recently said,
"Edward Curtis' self portrait is now considered one of the most important photographs of the twentieth century." A recent print at
auction sold for 9K. Classic Gravure intended to reprint the entire Curtis work using original plates & "the finest of craftsmanship",
but the company went out of business & this was the only volume produced. Editor's Note: "This text has been abridged from (Vols) I,
II, XII, XVI, and XVII... The intention of this volume is to give a condensed account of the ways of life of the Southwestern Indians."
Therefore, material on: Apache, Jicarillas, Navaho, Pima, Papago, Qahatika, Mohave, Yuma, Maricopa, Walapai, Havasupai, ApacheMohave or Yavapai, Hopi, Tiwa, Keres, Zuni. "Most modern books on Curtis have little of his text. This is the exception" (Roth).
Produced letterpress by Amaranth Press in San Francisco on Umbria Cream handmade paper from the Fabriano Mill in Milan, Italy.
Packaged in the original shipping box with foam fittings. Superficial scratch (2 1/2" long) on the front cover. (I haven't seen any
copies right out of the box without minor blemishes to the leather.) Fine. Rare. (#1111035)
756. Curtis, Edward S.) Graybill, Florence Curtis, and Victor Boesen (text writers). EDWARD SHERIFF CURTIS Visions of a
Vanishing Race. Crowell, NY, 1976, 1976. First Edition. Tall 4to cloth. 302pp. Nicely illustrated with full & partial page sepia
reproductions of Curtis' famed Indian photographs. Graybill is one of the children of Curtis. One of the most collectible of modern
Curtis volumes. Long, but superficial scratch to back cover. Near fine in pc dj with some wrinkling to bottom of back panel.
HUNTERS film booklet. n.p., 2008. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. (12pp.). Illust. This is the booklet that accompanied the showing
in Seattle of the new print of "Curtis's Landmark 1914 Silent Film of Pacific Northwest First Nations Culture: Restored, Re-evaluated,
and Framed by a Live Orchestral Arrangement of the Original Score and a Performance by Descendants of the Indigenous Cast."
Contains "Project Statement", "Synopsis", pictures of "Original Film Ephemera" (4 flyers/posters), info on the restoration, score
arrangement & composer's brief biography, info on "The Gwa'Wina Dancers" from British Columbia who performed following the
one-night showing of the film at the Moore Theatre in Seattle 6/10/08, etc.. Laid in is a half-sheet about that specific showing. Fine.
758. Curtis, Philip C.). Chadwick, Whitney, et. al. AMERICAN DREAMER The Art of Philip C. Curtis. New York: Hudson
Hills Pr, 1999. First Edition. 4to cloth. 179 pp. Illus. Chronology. Bibliography. Index. Fine, like new in dj. (#lynn066d)
759. Cushman, Ralph B. JESSE CHISHOLM: Texas Trail Blazer and Sam Houston's Trouble-Shooter. Eakin, Austin, 1992,
1992. First Edition. Cloth. 246pp. Illustrated with sketches & photos. Endnotes. Bibliography. Index. Three fine maps of the
Chisholm, Western, & Goodnight-Loving Trails drawn by the incomparable Jose Cisneros. Laid in loose is publisher's plate inscribed
by Cushman. Encouraged by J. Frank Dobie, et. al, this book is "... a lifetime work on the neglected story of this unusual
frontiersman" . Fine, as new in dj. Now a tad scarce. (#0711073)
760. Custer). CUSTER ENGAGES THE HOSTILES. Ft. Collins: Old Army, 1976. First Edition. 4to glossy pictorial wraps. 36 +
44pp. Illust. Maps. This volume (no date, but others suggest 1976) is a reprint in facsimile of Charles Francis Roe's "Custer's Last
Battle", Charles Francis Bates' "Custer's Indian Battles", & Edward J. McClernand's "March of the 'Montana Column'". Slightly
soiled, else fine. Luther 48 & 122. (#1104029)
761. Cutler, Ronald. THE SECRET SCROLL (Signed). New York, New York, U.S.A.: Beaufort Books, 2008. ARC. Advance
Reader's Copy. Trade pictorial wraps. 334pp. Personalized copy signed by Cutler & dated in September of 2007. A first novel, well
reviewed. A modern Biblical archaeology thriller. Fine, like new. (#5020032ARC)
762. Cutright, Paul Russell. A HISTORY OF THE LEWIS & CLARK JOURNALS. Mansfield Centre: Martino, 2000.
Limited/Numbered. Quality facsimile reprint ltd to 150 numbered copies. Cloth. 311pp. Illust. Publisher: "It is safe to say that there is
no more important history of the publications of the Lewis & Clark Journals than Cutright's classic account." Fine, as new; no dj as
issued. (#SHEL854)
763. d'Easum, Dick. FRAGMENTS OF VILLAINY (Signed). Boise: Statesman Printing Co, 1959. First Edition. 1st printing. Giltstamped cloth.246pp. Illustrated with vignette drawings. Presentation copy signed by d'Easum to his illustrator, Paul B. Evans, who
also did the dust jacket. Evans has also signed the copy & added a comment affirming himself as the illustrator. Furthermore, a half
sheet TLS is partially affixed to the half-title from d'Easum to Evans thanking him for his work, expressing desire for further
collaboration, & also thanking him for the original sketches. Finally, there is a laid in note on some illustrations, written by Mary
d'Easum 6/13/95. News clippings in envelope laid in. The book is a compilation of essays that appeared in The Idaho Sunday
Statesman about Idaho villains. A bit of glue residue from TLS on verso. A later owner's embossment is on dedication page. Else fine
in dj worn & slightly chipped along top edges. Not in 6-guns. (#1506033)
N. D. Thompson, St. Louis, 1880, 1880. First Edition. Small 8vo rebound in light red/wine cloth with gilt-stamped spine. 383pp.
Illust. Laid into this copy is a folded, complete, Nov. 2, 1881 Nashville newspaper, The Daily American, containing an article on
Jesse's killing of Ed Miller. A preliminary blank page has a faint, but half-legible pencil ownership inscription: "William H. ? His
Book. 1880, (etc.)," This important book is a very good copy from the Jerome Peltier collection, with a small amount of foxing, some
occasional smudging, & occasional previously dog-eared page corner now smoothly re-pressed. A few leaves have just a touch of the
upper corner chipped. Howes D6, 6-guns 538, cf 150 #43 & Rader 1020. (#0511029)
765. Daggett, Stuart. CHAPTERS ON THE HISTORY OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC. NY, 1922., 1922. First Edition. Cloth.
470pp. Illust. Bookplate. Good+. Very scarce. Cowan p154. (#9808035)
766. Daheim, Mary. THE ALPINE QUILT (Signed) An Emma Lord Mystery. New York: Ballantine Books, 2005. First Edition.
Cloth & boards. 314pp. Signed by Daheim on title page. Fine, like new in dj. (#5021038)$27.14
767. Daheim, Mary. SCOTS ON THE ROCKS A Bed - and - Breakfast Mystery (Signed). Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.:
William Morrow & Co, 2007. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 360pp. Signed & dated by Daheim in year of publication.
"mirth, mayhem, and murder... a 150-proof shot of Scottish plots with a twist." Fine, like new in dj. (#5020012)
768. Daily, Charles T. (Publisher). ART WORK ON EASTERN WASHINGTON AND WESTERN IDAHO (complete in 12
parts). Chicago: Charles T. Daily, 1900. First Edition. Dark brown, simulated alligator skin folio wraps, stapled under covers.
Unpaginated, but the 12 parts have the following totals: 24pp text; 98 plates presenting 128 photogravures. A stunning presentation of
cities, towns, mining camps, & scenic landscapes of this impressive region. "Bird's eye" & street views, sometimes several photos
from different angles, with buildings & parks. Locations represented: Spokane, Coeur d' Alene & Lake, Wallace, Wardner, Mullan,
Walla Walla, Dayton, Natches River, Moscow, Lake Pend d' Oreille, Spokane River, Yakima River, North Yakima River, Gem,
Ellensburg, Burke, Cheney, Rathdrum. Several photos are simply outstanding. Occasional minor abrasions to covers & couple of short
tears closed. Occasional blemish on margins. Part 2 has 1 inch triangle loss to lower corner of front cover next to binding. Very, very
scarce. Smith 312. (#1104030)
769. Dale, Edward Everett (Ed.) (LAFAYETTE, Marie Jean Paul Joseph Roche Yves Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de).
LAFAYETTE LETTERS. Harlow, OKC, 1925, 1925. First Edition. Decorated cloth (coat-of-arms in color). 61pp. Illustrated with
photos; letters in facsimile. Finely printed, decorated bookseller's label of the Plantation Book Shop, Natchez, Miss., on the front paste
down. Some of the original letters of the famous French officer & "his son & other members of the family" were found "in an
Oklahoma farm house", the property of a relative of Capt. Francis Allyn, "commander of the ship Cadmus in which Lafayette & his
son came to the United Stated in 1824", at which time the Congress & Pres. Monroe placed great honors on him. Front hinge broken
after frontispiece. Title-page foxed. Paper of rear paste down has wrinkles. Good. Very scarce. Rader 1031. (#0711074)
770. Dale, Edward Everett, and Rader, Jesse. READINGS IN OKLAHOMA HISTORY. Row, Peterson & Co., Evanston, 1930,
1930. First Edition. Gilt-stamped cloth. 865pp. A phenomenal compilation of essays & articles from a multitude of sources. Twenty
sections, from the Spanish & French in the Mississippi Valley, to the Five Civilized Tribes, to the Civil War in Indian Territory, to
ranching, the land openings, statehood, economic & educational development, etc.. Dale was one of the famous profs of history at OU,
& Rader was librarian at OU. Some rubbing to top of spine, else fine. No dj, possibly as issued. Very scarce now. (#0711075)
771. Dale, Edward Everett. FRONTIER HISTORIAN: The Life and Work of Edward Everett Dale. OU, Norman, 1975, 1975.
First Edition. Cloth. 367pp. The subject was "for many years chairman of the Department of History in the University of Oklahoma".
He "dominated the landscape of western historical scholarship" for 50 years. Fine in pc dj which is slightly rubbed at extremities.
772. Dale, Edward Everett. THE INDIANS OF THE SOUTHWEST A Century of Development under the United States. U of
Okla., Norman, 1949, 1949. Cloth. 283pp.. Illust. Maps. Bibliography. Index. Ink gift inscription on ffep. Former owner's ink stamp
on same & on bottom edge. Vg, lacking the dj. (#0404027) $16.40
773. Dale, Edward Everett. THE RANGE CATTLE INDUSTRY. U of Okla., Norman, 1930, 1930. First Edition. 4to pictorial
cloth with outline of longhorn on cover. 216pp. Several great b/w photos (Cherokee Strip, 101 Ranch, etc.). Maps. Bibliography.
Index. One of the most important scholarly books ever published on the cattle trade & cattle trailing industry of the Great Plains. Dale
was named by Oklahoma Today as one of the 46 most important greatest thinkers in Oklahoma history. The endpapers are a dramatic
art deco presentation of some cattle brands. A good+, tight copy. Spine moderately faded. Cover edges somewhat faded where sun
burned. Hinges professionally repaired. The text block is crisp & fine. Rader 1036, Howes D20, Reese 27, Herd 639, Rader 1036.
774. Dallas, Sandra. CHERRY CREEK GOTHIC Victorian Architecture in Denver. Norman: OU, 1971. First Edition. 1st
printing. Cloth & boards. 292pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index of Structures. Index. Picture Map of Denver with same also as pictorial
endpapers. Fine in slightly rubbed dj. (#1402030) $9.50
775. Dalton, Emmett. WHEN THE DALTONS RODE. Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Co, 1931. First Edition. 1st printing.
Pictorial cloth. 313pp. Illustrated with portraits. Pictorial endpapers. On the front paste down is the interesting & elaborate custom
bookplate of the once well-known book collector & author, Frederick W. Skiff. The Dalton autobiography is one of your bookseller's
all-time favorite outlaw books. In scarce dj, which is chipped 3/8" across top of backstrip & a bit at the bottom of same. The backstrip
is also somewhat dark. Couple of minor stains on the back panel. Scarce. Howes D39, 6-guns 549. (#1602033)
Countries of Washington, Oregon, British Columbia, and Idaho (Signed). Portland: Timber Press, 2010. First Edition. 4to
pictorial glossy wraps with dj-like flaps. 308pp. Illustrated in color. Bibliography. Index. Photography by Andrea Johnson. Signed by
Danehower. Short appendix: "Wine Grape Varieties Grown in the Pacific Northwest. A used book in as new condition. (#1011037)
777. Daniel Anderson; Laurence Yadon. 100 OKLAHOMA OUTLAWS, GANSTERS, AND LAWMEN 1839-1939 (Signed).
Gretna: Pelican, 2007. 2nd printing. Pictorial trade wraps.336pp. Notes. Bibliography. Index. From the library of Western historian
Robert K. DeArment & inscribed by both authors to him (first name) with felt pen. Fine. (#1412046)
778. Daniel, John (Signed). THE FAR CORNER Northwestern Views on Land, Life, and Literature. Berkeley: Counterpoint,
2009. First Edition. Cloth & boards. 205 pp. Signed by Daniel. Essays in the spirit of Wallace Stegner, et. al., on the Pacific
Northwest. Fine, like new in dj. (#1003027) $20.24
779. Daniel, John. ROGUE RIVER JOURNAL A Winter Alone. Shoemaker Hoard, Washington D.C., 2005, 2005. ARC. Bound
Galley. Pictorial printed wraps. 352pp. The author, a two-time winner of the Oregon Book Award for Literary Non-fiction, has written
a memoir of his father, "a charismatic union organizer during the heydays of the American labor movement". This was done as the
author spent a winter alone on the Rogue River of Oregon after the presidential campaign & election developments of 2000. Fine.
(#0505047ARC) $16.40
780. Daniel, John. ROGUE RIVER JOURNAL A Winter Alone (Signed). Washington, DC,: Shoemaker & Hoard, 2005. First
Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 352pp. Signed by Daniel. A personal memoir born of a season of reflection in a wild part of
Oregon. Fine in dj. (#0606030)
781. Daniells, T. G. (Ed.). CALIFORNIA 1904: It's Products Resources Industries and Attractions - What It Offers the
Homeseeker, Investor, and Tourist. Sacramento: California Lewis and Clark Exposition Commission & W. W. Shannon (Supt. State
Printing), 1905. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 215pp. Illus. The wonderful cover illustration which employs a light
yellow background is a presentation of the oil painting, "California," by Raschin. Paper covers at top/bottom of spine chipped, reglued, else a good+ copy. Old price in ink on ffep. Owner's signature (Myra Ballou) in pencil on front cover dated Aug. 19, 1905. This
1st edition is very, very scarce. No copies offered on the internet; no copies in auction records. (#1602034) $230.00
782. Daniels, Zeke, and Christy, Ben (Illus.) (Signed). THE LIFE AND DEATH OF JULIA C. BULETTE Queen of the Red
Lights. Virginia City NV: Lamp Post, 1958. First Edition. Gilt-stamped cloth. 65pp. Illustrated very nicely with the work of Christy.
Index. Pictorial endpapers. Signed by Daniels & Christy, & dated early in year of publication. Bulette, "kindhearted, charitable and
generous" was one of the most popular women on "D" Street in Virginia City, Nevada. "Born a mulatto in London", she met a tragic
end, murdered by Jean Marie a Millian in 1867. Fine in dj, the latter with minor wear to extremities & small chip at top of backstrip.
Paher 434 (who suggests that Daniels is pseud. of Effie Mona Mack). (#1003028)
783. Danner, Craig Joseph (Signed). The Fires of Edgarville A Novel. Hood River: Crispin/Hammer Pub Co, 2009. First Edition.
Cloth. 256 pp. Signed by Danner. "Tracing the evolution of a small Oregon lumber town and its connection to the Japanese internment
during World War II, (this) is a spellbinding story told with authentic detail and unexpected humor." By the author of the awardwinning Himalayan Dhaba. Publisher's promo laid in. Fine, like new in dj. (#P2029)
784. Dary, David. ENTREPRENEURS OF THE OLD WEST. NY: Knopf, 1986. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & decorated
boards. 368pp. Illus. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Endpaper maps. A great survey on the presence of "traders, trappers, wagon
freighters, merchants, cattlemen, railroadmen... and other profit seekers." Owner's small library stamp 2x on ffep (1x inked out) & 1x
on half-title. Else fine in dj. (#1204033)
785. Dary, David. TRUE TALES OF THE OLD-TIME PLAINS. Crown, NY, 1979, 1979. First Edition. 1st edition. Royal 8vo
cloth & bds. 278pp. Illustrated with photos, maps & prints. Notes & Credits, Index. Excellent accounts of the plains from Texas to
Montana. Fine in pc dj with tear closed at fold of front flap. (#9506041)
786. Davidson, Catherine W., & RAmona P. Rubio. THE ALCHEMICAL WOMAN A Handbook for Everyday Soulwork.
Cultural Tapestries, Ashland (OR), 2007, 2007. First Edition. Trade pictorial wraps. 107pp. Bibliography. Illust. The book purports to
reconstruct "an age-old system of transformation dating back to Alexandria, Egypt, 200 A.D" & "translates the ancient metaphorical
tradition of Alchemy -- practiced by diverse cultures... into a meaningful and practical tool for self-discovery." Fine, like new.
787. Davidson, Levette J. WESTERN CAMPFIRE TALES (Signed). n.p., 1943., 1943. First Thus. Separate offprint from
California Folklore Quarterly, 1st thus. Wraps. 14pp. Inscribed by Davidson. A good, short essay on tall tales. Some yellowing to
edges. Slightly creased bend to bottom corner; near vg. Scarce. (#9311028)
788. Davies, Julian. A Compendium of Ockham's Teachings: A Translation of the Tactus De Principiis Theologie. Saint
Bonaventure, New York, U.S.A.: Franciscan Inst Pubs, 1998. First Edition. Trade pictorial wraps. 135pp. Appendix. Glossary,
Bibliography. Notes. Private library small label lower spine. Owner's label inside front cover. Owner's embossment top of title page.
Scarce. (#MOR.1.069) $19.13
789. Davignon, Ellen. THE CINNAMON MINE Memories of an Alaska Highway Childhood (Signed). Whitehorse: Studio
North, 1998. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 136pp. Frontispiece. Presentation copy signed by the author. Another gift
presentation by the giver. "Writing from Johnson's Crossing on the Alaska Highway, Ellen recalls the thrill of discovering a 'cinnamon
mine' on the banks of the Teslin River", etc. Fine. (#1302033) $7.50
790. Davis, Claire. SEASON OF THE SNAKE. New York: Picador USA, 2006. First Thus. 1st printing of trade paper edition.
276pp. The lead character, Nance Able, is a "scientist tracking rattlesnakes in the wilderness of Hells Canyon, Idaho." By the author of
the acclaimed Winter Range. Fine, as new. (#0606031)
791. Davis, Claire. SEASON OF THE SNAKE (Signed). St. Martins, NY, 2005, 2005. ARC. Advance Uncorrected Proof. Pict
wraps. 276pp. Signed by Davis. Fine. (#5016002ARC)
792. Davis, Jefferson. GHOSTS, Critters and Sacred Places of Washington and Oregon (Signed). Privately Printed, 1999, 1999.
First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 191pp. Illust. Bibliography. Index. Signed & dated by Davis right after publication. Fine,
like new. (#0811060)
793. Davis, Mike. Hall, Fernau. The WORLD OF BALLET AND DANCE. Hamlyn, London, et. al., 1970., 1970. First Edition. 1st
edition. 4to pict cloth. 140pp. Lavishly illustrated with photos by Davis in color & black/white. Britain, North America, Soviet,
National Dance Companies, Europe, etc. Former owners' small addres s sticker on ffep & back paste down. Fine in dj with a couple of
corner/edge wrinkles. (#5014026) $10.57
794. Davis, Richard Harding. THE WEST FROM A CAR WINDOW. Harper & Bros, NY, 1892, 1892. First Edition. 12mo silverstamped decorated & pictorial cloth. 242pp. A variety of truly nice illustrations includes work by Frederic Remington. Much on the
opening of Oklahoma, as well as the experienced reporter's observations on other Western locations from Texas to the Rockies,
including Creede, Colo.. Nice ink fos of Harry B. Anderson on blank preliminary page dated Jan. 2, 1893. Vg copy of the true 1st
edition. Dykes 50 p295, 6-guns 566, Herd 656, Rader 1072. (#0711084)
795. Davis, Ronald L. JOHN FORD Hollywood's Old Master. Norman: OU, 1995. First Edition. Cloth. 383pp. Illus.
Filmography. Bibliographical Essay. Index. "Davis sketches Ford's life from his childhood in Maine through the many stages of his
long and illustrious career." Material on John Wayne, Henry Fonda, Maureen O"Hara, Katharine Hepburn, etc.. Fine, like new in dj.
796. Davis, William C. THE AMERICAN FRONTIER: Pioneers, Settlers & Cowboys 1800-1899. NY: Smithmark Pub, 1992.
First Thus. Attractive folio pictorial hardbound. 256pp. Profusely illustrated with vintage photos & prints. Index. Color maps for the
endpapers. One of the most desirable modern pictorial survey books on the Old West. Recommended. Fine in dj (1" closed tear on
back panel). (#0606032) $16.40
797. Dawn, Marva J. The Hilarity of Community: Romans 12 and How to Be the Church. Grand Rapids, Michigan, U.S.A.:
Eerdmans Pub Co, 1992. First Edition. Trade pictorial wraps. 303pp. Bibliography. Fine copy. (#THEOSHEL155) $6.93
798. Dawn, Marva J. Reaching Out Without Dumbing Down: A Theology of Worship for the Turn-Of-The-Century Culture.
Grand Rapids, Michigan, U.S.A.: Eerdmans Pub Co, 1995. 2nd printing. Trade wrappers. 316pp. Bibliography. Forward by Martin E.
Marty. About 30 pages have margin marks in ink. Else fine. (#THEOSHEL152) $5.47
799. Dawn, Marva J. WORSHIP: THE JOY OF OUR PERSONAL DEVOTIONAL LIFE. River Forest: Lutheran Education
Assoc., 1985. First Edition. 4to printed wraps. (8pp.). A fine little essay by a fine Biblical theologian for the development of personal
faith. Fine copy, with original price in ink on front cover. (#THEOSHEL382) $7.29
800. Dayton, Ohio). THE ELECTRIC RAILWAY. Carillon Park, Dayton, (1971), 1971. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 24pp. Illust.
Brief introduction on first railway in New York, but booklet about Dayton, Ohio, electric railway. Small nick bottom of back cover at
fold; near fine. (#NIC019 - 1)
801. De Barth, Joe (Edgar I. Stewart, Ed. & Intro.). LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF FRANK GROUARD. Norman: OU, 1958.
First Thus. 1st printing of new edition. Cloth. 268pp. Illus. Index. Maps. Originally published in 1894, "one of the most intimate,
accurate, and valuable books about the Sioux..." Fine in pc dj. Luther 38, Graff 1035, Howes D183, 6-guns 574. (#1602035) $20.12
802. de Cervantes, Miguel. THE ADVENTURES OF DON QUIXOTE. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1928. First Thus. 1st printing
of H-M edition with illustrations by Herman I. Bacharach. Medium-sized 4to cloth. 287pp. Illustrated endpapers. Fine in very slightly
shipped, edgeworn dj. Scarce this printing. (#SHEL857)
803. De Grazia, Ted. DE GRAZIA a biographical sketch (Signed). Tucson: Gallery in the Sun, 1966. First Edition. 1st printing.
Gilt-stamped cloth. (24pp). Illustrated by De Grazia. Signed by De Grazia on ffep, "De Grazia / Arizona / USA / 1967". Laid in is
portrait of the artist by photographer Dick Frontain, a b/w head shot on textured paper, signed "To F___ / De Grazia /1968". Also laid
in is a pictorial trifold printed by De Grazia's gallery, with prices, etc. Fine. No dj (one issued?). Very scarce with added material.
804. De Grazia, Ted. FATHER JUNIPERO SERRA Sketches of his Life in California. L. A.: Ward Ritchie, 1969. 1st printing.
Pictorial royal 8vo cloth. Unpaginated. Illustrated by De Grazia. Lovely copy; fine in slightly pc dj. (#1506037)
805. De Grazia, Ted). DE GRAZIA IN MINIATURE Children Series Book 1. Tucson: De Grazia Gallery in the Sun, n.d., 0. First
Edition. Blue hardbound miniature, 2" x 3". (32pp). Frontispiece of the artist. Color illustrations of several of De Grazia's paintings of
children. Fine. Scarce. n.d. No dj as issued. (#SHEL397)
806. De Grazia, Ted). DE GRAZIA IN MINIATURE Indians Series Book 1. Tucson: De Grazia Gallery in the Sun, n.d., 0. First
Edition. Red hardbound miniature, 2" x 3". (32pp). Frontispiece of the artist. Color illustrations of several of De Grazia's paintings of
Indians. Fine. Scarce. n.d. No dj as issued. (#SHEL398)
807. de Hauranne, Ernest Duvergier. A FRENCHMAN IN LINCOLN'S AMERICA Volumes I & II. Chicago: Lakeside Classics,
1974. First Thus. 1st printings thus of Lakeside Press edition. 12mo cloth. 532 & 634pp. Frontispieces. t.e.g. Trans & edit by Ralph H.
Bowen; Intro & Notes by same. "... the reports of a young French observer who traveled in the Northern States and Eastern Canada
toward the end of the Civil War." Both volumes fine; not djs as issued. (#1506038)
808. De Leon, Arnoldo. THE TEJANO COMMUNITY : 1836 - 1900. Albuquerque: Univ of New Mexico, 1982. First Edition. 1st
printing. Cloth. 277pp. Illus. Extensive Notes. Bibliography. Index. Tables. Map. "... the first social history of the political, social, and
economic activities of the Tejanos" ("Mexican Americans who lived in Texas in the nineteenth century..."). Fine, like new in dj. (#
809. de Milford, Louis LeClerc. (Francis McDermott, Ed.). MEMOIR or A Cursory Glance at My Different Travels & My
Sojourn in the Creek Nation. Chicago: R. R. Donnelley & Son, Lakeside Press, 1956. First Thus. 1st thus. 12mo pict cloth. 257pp.
Map. The author "wandered" from France to America in 1775. "Curiosity" led him to the Creek country where he met Alexander
McGillivray. Travels, international politics. Creek Indian customs, etc.. Fine. No dj as issued. (#SHEL723) $11.48
MOUNTAINS. Fairfield: Ye Galleon, 1967. Limited First Edition. Facsimile reprint, 1st thus. Ltd to 300 copies. 12mo printed wraps.
(20pp). Two page historical essay in back. Originally published in 1843. Fine. (#1412047)
811. De Trobriand, Philippe Regis. Kane, Lucile M., (Trans. & Edit.). MILITARY LIFE IN DAKOTA: The Journal of Philippe
Regis De Trobriand. St. Paul: Alvord Memorial Commission (Mississippi Valley Hist. Assoc.), 1951. First Thus. 1st edition thus of
the complete text in English, translated from the French edition of 1926. Cloth. 395pp. Bibliography. Index. Illus. Double page map.
Notes. Editor's Introduction. General De Trobriand took over "command of Fort Stevenson on the Upper Missouri in 1867." He kept a
journal describing all sorts of people in & around the fort. He also wrote about the wildlife of the area. Twelve of his sketches "are
reproduced for the first time" in this edition. Fine in pc dj worn at extremities & 1 1/2" back panel tear. Scarce. (#1209039) $22.29
812. DeArment, Robert K. (Signed). BALLOTS AND BULLETS The Bloody County Seat Wars of Kansas. Norman: Univ of
Oklahoma Pr, 2006. First Edition. Cloth & boards. 266 pp. Illus. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Map: "Counties of Western Kansas,
1886-1892". Signed by DeArment. "Although other states experienced election fraud and voter intimidation, none approached Kansas
in the numbers of violent confrontations, the intensity of the fighting, or the resulting bloodshed." Fine, like new in dj. (#1003030)
813. DeArment, Robert K. ALIAS FRANK CANTON (Signed). OU, Norman, 1996, 1996. First Edition. Cloth. 402pp. Extensive
Notes. Bibliography. Index. Maps. Signed by DeArment. Excellent modern biography of the gunfighter who spent his career all over
the West, including Oklahoma Territory & Alaska. Fine, like new in dj. (#0711085)
814. DeArment, Robert K. BROADWAY BAT: Gunfighter in Gotham the New York City Years of Bat Masterson (Signed).
Honolulu: Talei Pub, 2006. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to gilt-stamped & pictorial padded hardbound. 347pp. Illus. Endnotes.
Bibliography. Index. Presentation copy to an individual & signed by DeArment in 2007. Fine. No dj as issued. (#1602036) $74.75
815. DeArment, Robert K. JIM COURTRIGHT OF FORT WORTH His Life and Legend. Fort Worth: Texas A & M Univ Pr,
2004. First Edition. Cloth. 287pp. Illust. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Owner's address label on ffep. Courtright "operated on both
sides of the law and became a legend in his lifetime and after his death." Fine in dj. (#0909047) $20.25
816. DeArment, Robert K. JIM COURTRIGHT OF FORT WORTH: His Life and Legend. Fort Worth: TCU, 2004. 1st Edition.
1st printing. Cloth. 287pp. Illus. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Fine in dj. (#1602037)
817. DeArment, Robert; Cunningham, Sharon; Boardman, Mark. REVENGE! And Other True Tales of the Old West (Signed).
Lafayette: Scarlet Mask, 2005. First Edition. 4to burgundy hardbound with gilt-stamped spine. 227pp. Illust. Indices. Notes. Signed on
special applied pictorial label on title page by DeArment, whose large segment on Caldwell's Talbot Gang & the Meaghers forms the
heart of this book. Foreword by Frederick W. Nolan. Other historians with essays: John Boessenecker, Paul Cool, Allen G. Hatley,
David Johnson, Chuck Parsons, Nancy B. Samuelson. Fine, like new in dj. (#SHEL778) $75.00
818. DeBarthe, Joe. (Edgar Stuart, Ed.). THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF FRANK GROUARD (Signed). Norman, 1958.,
1958. First Thus. 1st printing of new issue. Cloth. 268pp. Inscribed by Editor Stewart on half-title. Also, fos & date of previous owner.
"First published in 1894. one of the most intimate, accurate, and valuable books about the Sioux." Upper cover corners slightly
bumped, else fine in edgeworn dj. Luther 38, Graff 1035, Howes D183, 6-guns 574, Campbell p186. (#9404035) $39.37
819. Debenat, Jean-Paul (Translated by Paul LeBlond). (Signed by LeBlond). SASQUATCH / BIGFOOT and the Mystery of the
Wild Man Cryptozoology and Mythology in the Pacific Northwest. Surrey & Blaine: Hancock House Pub Ltd, 2009. First Edition.
One of an unstated 100 copies of the 1st printing of the English language translation. Pictorial wraps. 428 pp. Illustrated in color &
b/w. Index. Signed by LeBlond in 2009 at the Yakima Bigfoot Roundup. Dr. Debenat "describes his ten-year journey to try to solve
the mystery (of the 'wild man' in many cultures) as he explores human prehistoric ancestors and primitive tribes, the nebulous beings
of medieval art and folklore, and most especially in North America, the hairy giant of the Pacific Northwest." In one section, Debenat
theorizes the evolution of Sasquatch on the phylogenic tree. Fine, like new. Scarce in this printing, signed. (#1003032)
820. Debenat, Jean-Paul; Leblond, Paul H. (Trans). THE ASIAN WILD MAN: The Yeti Yeren & Almasty Cultural Aspects &
Evidence of Reality. Surrey & Blaine: Hancock House Publishers Ltd ,Canada, 2015. First Edition. Stated 1st printing, 2014.
Pictorial glossy wraps. 174pp. Illus. Appendices. Bibliography. Index. "Following in the footsteps of many who have studied and
searched for the yeti, almasty and yeren... Debenat documents their experiences and their attempts to answer the question of whether
these creatures really ever did exist and, if so, do they still haunt the vast reaches of the Asian wilds?" "... historical and modern
findings, along with the mythology..." Fine, like new. (#SHEL860)
821. Debo, Angie (Ed.) Nelson, Oliver. THE COWMAN'S SOUTHWEST being the reminiscences of Oliver Nelson -- freighter,
camp cook, cowboy, frontiersman in Kansas, Indian Territory, Texas and Oklahoma 1878 - 1893. The Arthur H. Clark Co.,
Glendale, 1953, 1953. First Edition. Original cloth (no dj as issued) with gilt-stamped spine. 343pp. Illus. Brands. Map of
"Southwestern Frontier in the 1880's" (includes Texas Panhandle, western one-half of Indian Territory, & southern Kansas) & map of
the "Range of Texas Land and Cattle Co." (southern boundary was the Cheyenne & Arapaho Reservation). Index. Owner's small
address label & fos on the front paste down. A terrific & important book on the southern plains. The binding is slightly cocked. A vg+
copy & now very scarce. Reese 30. Herd 670, 6-guns 577. Clark 189. (#0711086)
822. Debo, Angie. A HISTORY OF THE INDIANS OF THE UNITED STATES. OU, Norman, 1970, 1970. First Edition. Cloth.
386pp. Illust. Selected Readings. Index. Significant material on Indian Territory. Fine in pc dj. Creases to top & bottom of dj backstrip
& a few small flecks of wear lower front panel near backstrip. (#0711087)
823. Debo, Angie. A HISTORY OF THE INDIANS OF THE UNITED STATES (Review Copy). Norman: OU, 1970. First
Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 386pp. Illus. Selected Reading. Index. Maps. Review copy with two cards from publisher laid in: request
for review card & compliments card. Fine in dj with trace of edgewear. (#1209040)
824. Debo, Angie. OKLAHOMA Foot-loose and fancy free (Signed). OU, Norman, 1949, 1949. First Edition. Cloth. 258pp.
Illust. Index. Nice presentation copy, "For Nina Clover With greetings from a far-off land", signed by Debo, The famed historian's
contemporary view of Oklahoma, its culture, politics, races, etc.. Fine in dj with couple of short tears & creases along the top edge of
the front panel. No longer common & scarce signed. Herd 667. (#0711090)
825. Debo, Angie. PRAIRIE CITY The Story of an American Community. NY: Knopf, 1944. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth.
245pp. Index. The famous Oklahoma historian's tribute to her home town, Marshall, Ok. Pioneer era, Cherokee Strip Land Run, etc.
Too bad she is not better remembered there. Fine in slightly chipped dj (clipped flap but price still present). Herd 668. (#1307028)
826. Debo, Angie. THE ROAD TO DISAPPEARANCE. Norman: OU, 1941. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 399pp. Illus.
Bibliography. Index. Maps. A history of the Creek Indians by a master historian. Bookplate on front paste down. Bookseller's label on
back p.d. Small ink name/date on ffep. Foxing to paste downs. Good+ copy in quite chipped dj. (#1209041)
827. Debo, Angie. OKLAHOMA foot-loose and fancy-free. Norman, 1949., 1949. First Edition. Cloth. 258pp. Illust. Debo cuts a
wide swath through her home state: pioneers, Indians, oil, etc. Vg in worn, but virtually complete, pc dj. Herd 667. (#9311030)
828. Debo, Angie. THE RISE AND FALL OF THE CHOCTAW REPUBLIC. Norman, 1961., 1961. 2nd Edition. 2nd edition.
Cloth. 314pp. Illust. Ink fos/date on ffep. First published in 1934, this edition with an additional short Preface, "After Twenty-Six
Years" by Debo. Fine in very slightly worn dj. This reprint is scarce. Rader 1091. (#9404036)
829. Debo, Angie. TULSA From Creek Town to Oil Capital. OU, Norman, 1943, 1943. First Edition. Small 8vo cloth. 123pp.
Illust. Map. Vg+ in dj with a few short tears & creases. Closed 1" tear at top of front panel. The inside of the somewhat wavy front
panel is stained. Light stain on front cover matches portion of stain on inside of dj panel. Nevertheless, a very collectible copy of this
book. Very scarce in 1st edition. Herd 669. Rader 576. (#0711095)
830. Dedera, Don. A MILE IN HIS MOCCASINS (Signed). Phoenix, 1960., 1960. First Edition. Cloth. 342pp. Chapter head
cartoons by Kearney Egerton. Signed by Dedera. Index. A collection of the author's favorite columns from The Arizona Republic.
Fine in edgworn dj. (#0205040) $8.20
831. Deffner, D. L., et. al. THE CAMPUS PASTOR'S WORKBOOK (abridged). St. Louis: Concordia Seminary, 1961. First
Thus. 4to spiral bound wraps. 219pp. A gathering of papers, essays, etc. relating to campus ministry in the Lutheran Church,
particularly LCMS (Missouri Synod). Published in cooperation with the Commission on College and University Work. Somewhat
faded at edges. Some underlining & margin marks, but vg. fos. Scarce. (#THEOSHEL397)
832. Deffner, Donald L. (Ed.). TOWARD ADULT CHRISTIAN EDUCATION A Symposium. River Forest: Lutheran Education
Assoc, 1962. First Edition. Tall wraps. 90pp. Index. Fine, intelligent, and Christocentric essays by Deffner (who was prof at
Concordia Seminary, St. Louis), Harry Coiner, Warren Schmidt, & Roland Seboldt. Foreword by Oscar Feucht. Deffner was a
perceptive & persuasive interpreter of the modern scene from a faithful point of view. His group of essays is titled, "Modern Adults in
a Modern World." Other essays: "Churchman and the Social Sciences" (Schmidt). "The Role of the Laity in the Church" (Coiner).
"Adult Christian Education in the Parish" (Seboldt). Underlining throughout. Vg reading copy. Very scarce. (#THEOSHEL326)
833. Defoe, Daniel. THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF ROBINSON CRUSOE with a Biographical Account of Defoe
Illustrated with Sixteen Characteristic Engravings. Phillips, Sampson & Company, Boston, 1858, 1858. Red blindstamped cloth.
631pp. + 14pp. of the publisher's book ads. Nearly 2" top of backstrip missing. Tissue guard to frontispiece missing a piece. ffep with
1" tear near binding. Front hinge is starting but binding is tight. Reading copy. (#FLIC025.1)
834. DeGrazia, Ted. PADRE KINO Memorable Events in the Life and Times of the Immortal Priest-Colonizer of the
Southwest depicted by DeGrazia. Los Angeles: Southwest Museum, 1962. First Thus. 4to dark wraps. 54pp. Illustrated by DeGrazia
in b/w. "With commentaries on the artist and his work by noted authorities on Southwestern history and art." (Thomas Hart Benton,
Raymond Carlson, Carl Schaefer Dentzel, Ross Santee). Double-page Map: "Carte de la Calfornie". Covers somewhat faded near
spine. Vg+. (#1011039) $23.91
835. DeGrazia, Ted). PLATE WORLD The Magazine of Collectors Plates. Chicago, 1981-82, 1981. First Edition. Pictorial 4to
wraps. 188pp.. Included in this Nov. '81 - Jan. '82 issue is a nine page illustrated article, "Premier Painter of the Southwest" on the fine
artist, Ted DeGrazia, & his work as a plate artist. Cover photo is of DeGrazia. Near fine. 1981-82 (#0401037)
836. Delessert, Etienne. FULL COLOR. Mankato: Creative Editions, 2008. Apparently a promo production. 4to pictorial color
wraps with color dj. 30pp. A nice go-with for collectors of the hardcover edition. Children's illustrated item. Near fine. (#5004066)
837. DELORIA, JR., Vine. GOD IS RED (Signed). NY: Grosset & Dunlap, 1973. 1st Edition. 1st printing of a G & D original.
Cloth. 376pp. Appendices. Index. Presentation by DeLoria on ffep to someone who apparently helped him with the book. "Jan - ...
Now if we could convince the publishers that the book is out and being sold in the stores, huh?" The author's theological world-view.
Fine in dj. Signed copies very scarce now. (#1602038)
838. Deloria, Vine, Jr. (Ed.). A SENDER OF WORDS: Essays in Memory of John G. Neihardt (with photo). Salt Lake City:
Howe Brothers, 1984. First Edition. 1st printing. Silver-stamped cloth. 177pp. Frontispiece portrait. Neihardt was the fine poet
laureate of Nebraska who expressed the history of the high plains in epic poetry & prose. This copy is an unusual review copy that has
laid in a glossy 5" x 7" b/w portrait of Neihardt, the same one as the frontispiece. Attribution slip on reverse: photographer Ron
Nicodemus. Also, a plainly printed folded sheet containing a "Biography of Vine Deloria, Jr." is laid in. Essays by Dee Brown, Alvin
M. Josephy, Jr., N. Scott Momaday, Frank Waters, Frederick Manfred, & 8 others. Fine in dj. (#1302034) $50.02
839. DeMattos, Jack. MYSTERIOUS GUNFIGHTER The Story of Dave Mather. Creative, College Station, 1992, 1992. Limited
First Edition. 1st printing, ltd to 1,500 copies. Cloth. 191pp. Illust. Bibliography. Index. Genealogy. Mather was assistant city marshal
of Dodge City before he went on to outlawry and more gunfighting. Fine in dj. (#0505050)
840. Demerais, Lou (Ed.) and British Columbia Indian Chiefs. NESIKA The Voice of B. C. Indians (12 issues). Vancouver:
Nesika, 1973. First Thus. Newspaper. 1st printings thus. Folded newspapers. About 12pp each. Illus. 12 issues (with one duplicate),
Feb - Dec, 1973 (but missing Oct) and March/April plus Aug/Sept,1976. Published by different named entities. One says "A Journal
Devoted to the Land Claims Movement & another says "The Official Monthly Publication of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs." Vg+
condition with touch of chipping to fore edges. Some issues with ownership stamp or mailing label. Perhaps occasional ink mark.
Very scarce publication. (#MISSION028) $50.00
841. Demerais, Lou (Ed.) and British Columbia Indian Chiefs. NESIKA The Voice of B. C. Indians (23 issues). Vancouver:
Nesika, 1973. First Thus. Newspaper. 1st printings thus. Folded newspapers. About 12pp each with one or two exceptions. Illus. 23
issues (10 issues, Jan - Dec, 1973, but missing Oct); (5 issues Dec. 74/Jan 75 & four others 1975); (5 double issues 1976); (3 issues
1977: 2 of them double & the Spring issue.) Published by different named entities. One says "A Journal Devoted to the Land Claims
Movement & another says "The Official Monthly Publication of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs." Vg+ condition with touch of
chipping to fore edges. Some issues with ownership stamp or mailing label. Perhaps occasional ink mark. Very scarce publication.
(#MISSION034) $100.00
842. DeMers, Sandra. CORY'S STORY How One Dog Conquered Epilepsy (Signed). Bothell: Book Publishers Network, 2011.
ARC. Review Copy, so stated on preliminary page. Pictorial hardbound. 97pp. Illus. Signed by author. Fine. (#SHEL792) $10.00
843. Demlinger, Sandor. STAGECOACH Rare Views of the Old West 1849-1915. Atglen: Schiffer, 2005. First Edition. 1st
printing. Oblong color pictorial stiff wraps. 175pp. Profusely illustrated with vintage photos & prints of stagecoaching in the West.
Short bibliography. A must for just about every collector of the West because the subject of stagecoaches was connected with just
about every Western theme. Fine, as new. (#SHEL616)
844. Dempsey, Candace. MURDER IN ITALY: The Shocking Slaying of a British Student, the Accused American Girl, and
an International Scandal (Signed). NY: Berkley, 2010. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial paperback. 332pp. Illus. Signed by
Dempsey. Drawing upon interviews, documents, etc., Dempsey "reveals the real story behind the media frenzy" surrounding murder
of Meredith Kercher & the judicial events surrounding Amanda Knox & Raffaele Sollecito, & Rudy Guede. Fine. (#5015038)
845. Dempsey, Hugh A. THE BLACKFOOT GHOST DANCE. Calgary: Glenbow-Alberta Institute, 1968. First Edition. 1st
printing. Pictorial wraps. 19pp. Illus. Occasional Paper No. 3. Fine. (#1111039) $10.94
846. Dempsey, Hugh A. THE GOLDEN AGE OF THE CANADIAN COWBOY An Illustrated History. Saskatoon, 1995.,
1995. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to boards. 169pp. Illustrated with vintage photos. Beautifully produced. Fine in dj. (#0203041)
847. Denby, Edwin H. Symposium Lincolniana: Patriotic Speeches By Abraham Lincoln & Poems By Victor Hugo in French
& English: Various Display Prints in Denby Types. Coq D'or Press, New York City, 1942, 1942. Limited/Numbered. Tall quarto or
perhaps folio gilt-stamped hardbound. (48pp). Illustrated. Copy # 140 of a Special Edition of 400 copies. The author is on the title
page on an affixed slip by the publisher for this edition. Glue shadow on verso of the slip. Moderate wear to extremities of covers. Vg.
An interesting, attractive volume. Scarce. (#5003049)
848. DeNevi, Don. WESTERN TRAIN ROBBERIES. Millbrae CA: Celestial Arts, 1976. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 201pp.
Illust. Includes the Reno Gang (Seymour, Ind.), Daltons, DeAutremont Bros, Tom Vernon, Lamar Wolfpack, Sontag & Evans, et. al..
Owner's address label on ffep. Vg. (#0909048)
849. Denfeld, Rene. Kill the Body, the Head Will Fall: A Closer Look at Women, Violence, and Aggression. Boston,
Massachusetts, U.S.A.: Warner Books Inc, 1997. ARC. Advance Reading Copy. Trade pictorial wraps. 182pp. "a revisionist view of
women, aggression, and violence" based on "meticulous research" and the experience of the author's competion in female amateur
boxing. Fine, like new. (#5001102ARC)
850. Dennis, Ken (Ed.). INDIAN NATION Independence, Sovereignty, Nationhood (Special Issue "Free Leonard Peltier"
Chase, B. C.: Ken Dennis & Indian Nation, 1976. First Thus. Newspaper. 1st printing thus. Folded newspaper. 20pp. Illustrated with
superb news and other photos. This special issue devoted to the defense of Leonard Peltier. Info on Wounded Knee, protection in
Canada, etc. "This special edition of Indian Nation is part of the nationwide campaign that is developing in favor of Leonard.
Included is information - much of it never published before in Canada ... on the current federal reign of terror and intimidation at Pine
Ridge..." Rare issue of a very, very scarce paper. (#MISSION026)
851. Denver Westerners. Cormack, Robert B., Ed. THE 1963 BRAND BOOK OF THE DENVER POSSE OF THE
WESTERNERS. Denver, 1964/1965, 1964. Limited/Numbered. Ltd to 725 copies. Blind-stamped cloth with gilt-stamped spine.
475pp. Illustrated by George Catlin, Will James, Robert Cormack, et. al. Index. Maps. Many authoritative articles on Colorado &
related subjects. Publication year 1964, but copyrighted 1965. Copy #612 fine, as new in pc dj. 1964/1965 (#0303034)
852. Denver Westerners. Rist, Martin, Ed. BRAND BOOK 1969 SILVER ANNIVERSARY EDITION. Denver, 1970., 1970.
Limited/Numbered. Ltd to 700 copies. Gilt-stamped silver cloth. 461pp. Illust. Index. Map. 21 authoritative articles on Colorado &
related subjects. Copy #59 fine, as new in dj with original glassine protector. (#0303035) $26.24
853. Denver). DENVER "Queen City of the Plains" N.p., ca 1910, 1910. First Thus. Oblong pictorial stapled wraps. (5 1/8" x 8").
(28pp). Color litho photos. Middle folded leaf pulled from staples & carefully reattached. Scarce Colorado item. ca 1910 (#0511031)
854. DePaola, Tomie. Angels, Angels Everywhere (Signed). E Rutherford, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Putnam Pub Group, 2005. First
Edition. 1st impression. Square pictorial hardbound. Unpaginated (pages not numbered). A lovely children's illustrated book, signed &
dated by illustrator & writer DePaola. Laid in is a color folder, "About the Author" which includes a long list of his published works.
Fine, as new. (#5017044) $28.35
855. Department of Commerce - Bureau of the Census. INDIAN POPULATION IN THE UNITED STATES AND ALASKA
1910. Wash D. C.: Gov't Printing Office, 1915. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to cloth. 285pp. Large folding map. Added map, "Indians
Taxed and Not Taxed." This volume has an incredible amount of information with voluminous tables. Good reference copy. Some
blotches to cover. Hinges sound. NOT ex-lib. (#1302035)
856. Dereske, Jo. CATALOGUE OF DEATH (Signed) A Miss Zukas Mystery. Avon, NY, 2007, 2007. First Edition. 1st
printing. Pictorial wraps. 338pp. Publisher's promo card laid in. Librarians solve murders, & skeletons rattle in closets. Signed by
Dereske. Well reviewed. Fine, like new. (#5019026) $8.10
857. Derig, Betty. ROADSIDE HISTORY OF IDAHO (Signed). Missoula: Mountain Pr, 1996. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial
wraps. 362pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Maps. Idaho Chronology. Inscribed to your bookseller & dated in year of publication, by
Derig. Fine, like new. (#1204035) $16.21
858. Derleth, August (Edit, Intro). A WISCONSIN HARVEST (Signed). Stanton & Lee, Sauk City, 1966., 1966. First Edition. 1st
edition. Cloth. 338pp. fos. Signed by Derleth on title page. A nice collection of the writings of Wisconsin authors. Fine, no dj.
859. Dermond, Susan Usha. CALM AND COMPASSIONATE CHILDREN A Handbook (Signed). Celestial Arts, Berkeley,
2007, 2007. First Edition. 1st printing. Trade pictorial wraps. 228pp. Signed & dated by Dermond soon after publication. Fine, like
new. (#5007049) $10.12
860. Descargues, Pierre. PERSPECTIVE History, Evolution, Techniques. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1982. First Thus.
1st edition by this publisher, 1st printing. 4to pictorial wraps. 176pp. Amazing & interesting examples of the concept of perspective in
the history of art. Illustrated in b/w. Vg. (#lynn070d) $9.51
861. DeShields, Jas T. The Fall of Parker's Fort. Houston, 1935. First Thus. Reprint. Printed wraps. 10pp. An extract from Border
Wars of Texas. Small edge tear (1/8" - 1/4") on each leaf; splitting to fold of paper cover archivally repaired. Cf Graff 1063, Howes
D277, Rader 1125. (#0208032)
862. Desinger, Kevin. THE DESCENT OF MAN A Novel (Signed). U.S.A.: Unbridled Books, 2011. First Edition. 1st printing.
Cloth & boards. 260pp. Signed by Desinger on title page. Simple signature; not presented to anyone. Fine, like new in dj. (#5015046)
863. Dessem, Ralph E. (Ed.). A GUIDE TO CONTEMPORARY WORSHIP. Lima: CSS, 0. First Edition. Spiral wraps. 90pp.
Owner's stamp on title page; A couple of pages with notes. A book with a selection of contemporary prayers, readings, benedictions,
& other elements of worship. Fine. N.d. (#THEOSHEL231) $11.51
864. Deutsch, Barry. HEREVILLE How Mirka Got Her Sword (Signed). NY: Amulet, 2010. ARC. Pictorial wraps. 137pp.
Signed by Deutsch. Fine. (#Pa023ARC)
1897., 1897. First Edition. 2nd issue. Small 8vo silver stamped decorated blue cloth. 130pp. Illustrated with well done pen & ink
drawings, mostly humorous to match the poetry. Western verse, "a rough chronicle of some vivified wild and wooly western stories
that have occurred in the sub-strata of western life." A fun read! Vg. (#0211031)
866. DeVore, Paul T. (Edit); Tatsey, John. THE BLACK MOCCASIN - Life on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. Spokane:
Curtis Art Gallery & Davenport Hotel, 1971. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 79pp. Illus. Laid in is printed sheet,"Napi and
the Elk," Story told by Mark Wolfleg, Sr.. Tatsey was a tribal policeman (Blackfeet Indian Reserve) for 18 years & also wrote a
weekly column for the Glacier Reporter in Browning, Montana. Tideline stains to some pps. Good thus. Scarce. (#1402031) $45.02
867. DeVoto, Bernard). FOUR PORTRAITS AND ONE SUBJECT: BERNARD DEVOTO. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1963.
First Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped cloth. 206pp. Portrait. Includes a huge bibliography of the writings of DeVoto, almost 100pp
long. Essays by Bowen, Mirrielees, Schlesinger (Jr.), & Stegner, with an Intro by the latter. Fine in pc dj. (#1402033)
868. Dew, Gwen. PRISONER OF THE JAPS. NY: Knopf, 1943. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 309pp. Tipped in by publisher is
a nice looking folding map of Hong Kong with inset map of China & that part of the Pacific. Well written memoir. "... Dew was the
only American woman correspondent in the Far East when the Japanese attacked." She was a feature writer for the Detroit News.
Owner's address label marked over, on ffep. Wear to extremities, but still in quite good condition. Dj has wear to extremities & small
chipping, but is 98% complete if not 99%. Scarce, especially so in dj. (#5015043)
869. Dicken, Samuel N. PIONEER TRAILS OF THE OREGON COAST. Portland: Oregon Historical Society, 1978. 2nd
Edition. 2nd edition. 4to pictorial wraps. 77pp. Many maps & very descriptive b/w photos. A truly excellent resource for Oregon
coastal history as it relates to its old trails. Fine, as new. (#SHEL953) $15.00
870. Dickey, Imogene Bentley. EARLY LITERARY MAGAZINES OF TEXAS. Austin: Steck - Vaughn, 1970. First Edition.
Cloth. 108pp. Index. The author went to many major libraries & "In her research .. found forty magazines published in Texas from
1858 - 1929... that could be classed as Literary." She was a professor of English at North Texas State Univ. Fine in dj with wear (and
slight silver-fishing) at extremities; one panel mostly split at fold. Dj now in protector. Uncommon title. (#0903040)$18.23
871. Dickinson, Richard H. THE SILENT MEN (Signed). Penguin, NY, 2003, 2003. ARC. Advance Uncorrected Proof. Pict
wraps. 312pp. Signed by Dickinson. An adventure thriller set in the Vietnam War. Fine, like new. (#5003002bARC)
872. Dictionary). The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language Third Edition. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1992.
3rd Edition. Gilt-stamped 4to cloth. 2,140 pp. Thumb-indexed. In near fine condition with exception of first couple of leaves (after
flyleaf) which are creased vertically from not laying flat under the cover. Typical of heavy books with thin paper. Hinges sound. No
dj. (#lynn063c) $15.42
873. Dietrich, William. THE ROSETTA KEY (Signed). Harper, NY, 2008, 2008. ARC. Advance Reader's Edition. Trade pictorial
wraps. 339pp. Signed & dated by Dietrich. Another fine, fine historical novel by the author. "American adventurer Ethan Gage finds
himself hurled into the Holy Land in dogged pursuit of the Book of Thoth, an ancient Egyptian scholl imbued with magic..." It takes
place in 1799, when Bonaparte is on the move. Fine condition. (#5019033ARC) $7.25
874. Dietrich, William. GETTING BACK (Signed). Warner, NY, 2000, 2000. ARC. ARC. Trade pict wraps. 370pp. Signed &
dated by Dietrich. Reading copy only because bottom corner of text is water-stained. (#5014023ARC)
875. Dillon, Richard H. EMBARCADERO Being a Chronicle of True Sea Adventures from the Port of San Francisco. NY:
Coward-McCann, 1959. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 313pp. Illus. Dj taped to board with tape marks on free endpapers. Thus
good only reading copy in like dj. (#1402035)
876. Dillon, Richard H. J. ROSS BROWNE: Confidential Agent in Old California. Norman: OU, 1965. First Edition. 1st
printing. Cloth. 218pp. Illus. Index. fos/city/year in ink top of ffep. Fine in dj with top of backstrip wrinkled. (#1111043)
877. Dillon, Richard H., (Ed.); Rice, Josiah M. A CANNONEER IN NAVAJO COUNTRY -- Journal of Private Josiah M. Rice,
1851. Denver: Old West & Denver Pub Lib, 1970. First Edition. 1st printing. Oblong 4to cloth. 123pp. Illus. Index. Map.
"...expedition into the Canon de Chelly" & on "to the junction of the Gila and San Pedro rivers in the Apache country..." Fine in near
fine dj. (#1209042)
878. Dimsdale, Prof. Thomas J. THE VIGILANTES OF MONTANA or Popular Justice in the Rocky Mountains. Butte: McKee
Printing, 1950. 12th printing. Pictorial wraps. 269pp. Frontispiece portrait of Dimsdale. Fldg map. fos. Some soil. Good+. 150 #48,
Howes D345, 6-guns 596. Graff 1086. (#1209043) $8.10
879. Dimsdale, Prof. Thos. J. THE VIGILANTES OF MONTANA being a correct & impartial narrative of the chase, trial,
capture & execution of Henry Plummer's Notorious Road Agent Band. Norman, 1953., 1953. First Thus. 1st printing thus of
WFL edition. 12mo hardbound. 268pp. DeGolyer/Intro. Fine in moderately worn, complete, pc dj. 150 #48, Howes D345, 6-guns 596.
Graff 1086. (#0205041) $13.12
880. Dimsdale, Prof. Thos. J. THE VIGILANTES OF MONTANA or Popular Justice in the Rocky Mountains. Butte: McKee
Printing Co, 1929. 7th printing. Wraps. 269pp. General wear. Early printings scarce. We do not know if McKee included a map in
earlier printings. Cover layout of this printing is a little different from later printings. Reading copy. 150 #48, Howes D345, 6-guns
596. Graff 1086. 150 #48, Howes D345, 6-guns 596. Graff 1086. (#1209044) $16.21
881. Dimsdale, Prof. Thos. J. THE VIGILANTES OF MONTANA or Popular Justice in the Rocky Mountains. Butte: McKee
Printing Co, 1945. 10th printing thus. Printed orange wraps.. 269pp. Some corners dog-eared & cover corners creased & curled.
Reading copy. 150 #48, Howes D345, 6-guns 596. Graff 1086. (#0511032)
882. Dmytryshyn, Basil; Crownhart-Vaughn, E.A.P.. Vaughn, Thomas. TO SIBERIA AND RUSSIAN AMERICA Three
Centuries of Russian Eastward Expansion: THREE VOLUMES (Signed on 2). Oregon Hist. Soc., 1985 - 1989, 1985. First
Edition. 1st printings all. Cloth. 540pp, 557pp, 590pp.. Illustrations. Maps. Bibliographies. Indexes. Of the three volumes, two are
inscribed by the Vaughns to your bookseller & the other is simply signed by the Vaughns. A huge work which provides a massive
amount of information on the Russian background & presence in the fur trade of Pacific Western North America. Vol I: "Russia's
Conquest of Siberia - A Documentary Record 1558 - 1700." Vol II: "Russian Penetration of the North Pacific Ocean - A
Documentary Record 1700 - 1797." Vol III: "The Russian American Colonies - A Documentary Record 1798 - 1867." All three
volumes fine or near fine in jackets that are vg or better with some light shelf rubbing. Rare in first printings signed. 1985-1989
883. Doberstein, John W. (Ed.). PRAYERS FOR STUDENTS A Collection. Philadelphia: Muhlenberg, 1951. Revised Edition.
12mo blue wraps. 117pp. Personal library copy with pocket in back. Owner's signature in pencil. Good with general wear. Scarce
Lutheran prayer book. (#THEOSHEL341) $7.29
884. Dobie, J. Frank; Boatright, Mody C.; Ransom, Harry H. (Edits.). MUSTANGS AND COW HORSES. Texas Folk-Lore
Society, Austin, 1940, 1940. First Edition. 1st edition. Cloth. 429pp. Illustrated by a pantheon of famous western artists, Charles M.
Rusell, Will James, Ross Santee, et. al.. Endpaper drawings by Harold Bugbee. This Texas Folk-Lore Society book # 16 contains four
contributions by Dobie. Much sought. "the richest assemblage of material on range horses ever published." (Dobie/Dykes 44 & 44).
Near fine in somewhat worn, soiled, but nearly complete dj; just the head of the backstrip chipped. McV B36 a. McV B36 a, 44 & 44
#19, Y-R p248, Dobie p132, Dykes 50 (many), Herd 705. (#0306050) $196.83
885. Dobie, J. Frank. (Chronicles of Okla.). FOLK-LORE OF THE SOUTHWEST etc. Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical
Society, 1924. First Edition. Gray printed wraps. (73pp) (pages 254 - 327). One of Dobie's earliest published writings, an essay in the
Sept., 1924 issue of Chronicles of Oklahoma; Vol. II, # 3. At this time Dobie was head of the Dept. of English at Oklahoma A & M.
Also includes Okla. essays: "French Interests and Activities in Oklahoma", "Red River and the Spanish Boundary in the U.S. Supreme
Court", "Speech on Territorial Capitol Removal" (delivered in 1910). Fine, virtually as new (not a reprint). Very scarce issue. McV
C16. (#9014012e)
886. Dobie, J. Frank. APACHE GOLD AND YAQUI SILVER (Association Signed). Boston: Little, Brown & Co, 1939. First
Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial cloth. 366pp. Illustrated by Tom Lea. Appendices. This copy is inscribed by the illustrator & by 2 or 3
known individuals, but not by Dobie. On the ffep Joe M. Evans, noted cowboy author, has a nice six-line inscription signed & dated in
1942. On a preliminary blank page R. M. or K. M. Walthall has signed with best wishes. Also on this page Tom Lea has signed "and
all good wishes." Near bottom of this page is a 6-line inscription signed by Ann B. Neuman who says that Mr. Neuman was a close
friend of Dobie & gave the latter many stories. Therefore, an unusual multiple association copy. The unfavorable news is that the
back cover of this copy has a tideline stain on a lower quadrant. There is typical fading to spine corners & bit on top edge of front
cover. Some fraying to spine top/bottom & bottom edge front cover. All that said, your dealer paid a packet for this copy & so the
price is still considerable because of the associations. Some professional restoration would work well if undertaken by a new owner.
So, good- in vg dj with small price clip. A great "read!" McV A7 a (1). (#1602039)
887. Dobie, J. Frank. AS THE MOVING FINGER WRIT. Dallas: Southwest Review, 1955. First Thus. Offprint, 1st printing thus.
Wraps. 12pp. A Dobie Christmas keepsake. Fine. McV D53. (#1204036)
888. Dobie, J. Frank. THE CACTUS 1940. Texas Student Pub. Inc., Univ of Texas, Austin, 1940, 1940. First Edition. 4to textured
& pictorial fabrikoid with gilt lettering. 528pp. Illust. Yearbook of the Univ. of Texas, so-called "Texas Literature Number". A
number of sections of the yearbook were introduced with brief segments from famous Texas historians of the Old West & the Texas
Republic, etc.. Dobie wrote a column of information on each historian. Condition: good. A number of the glossy pages in the rear part
of this heavy volume were stuck together at the top corner near the binding. Impossible to separate cleanly, some pages have some
abrasion or thinness in that restricted area. Last leaf has a torn chip at that corner 1 1/2" x 1 1/2". There is no loss of text. Priced
accordingly. A surprisingly rare Dobie item. Not in McVicker. (#0511033)
889. Dobie, J. Frank. DO RATTLESNAKES SWALLOW THEIR YOUNG? Austin: Texas Foklore Society, 1946. First Thus. 1st
separate printing. Printed wraps. 24pp. Fine. Uncommon. McV D36. (#1204037)
890. Dobie, J. Frank. GUIDE TO LIFE AND LITERATURE OF THE SOUTHWEST. Dallas: SMU, 1958. 2nd Edition. Cloth.
222pp. Illus. Index. A classic reference book & commentary on Southwestern range & frontier books. Vg. No dj. McV A10b.
891. Dobie, J. Frank. "HIS LOOKS AND MY WAYS WOULD HANG ANY MAN" Dallas: Southwest Review, 1956. First Thus.
1st printing of specially printed offprint. 12pp. A Dobie Christmas keepsake. Two rusty staples, as usual, else fine. McV D57.
892. Dobie, J. Frank. JAMES BOWIE, BIG DEALER. Austin: Southwest Review, 1957. First Thus. Special offprint, 1st printing
thus. Printed red wraps. 23pp. A Dobie Christmas keepsake. Fine. McV D63. (#1204039)
893. Dobie, J. Frank. My Horse Buck. The Atlantic, Concord (NH), June 1952, 1952. First Thus. Original magazine color printed
wraps. (4pp.). Dobie portrait on cover. Dobie's fond memories of a horse on his father's ranch in south Texas. Browning to edges.
Cover mostly split at hinge. Reading copy. Scarce. McV C335. (#0805038)
894. Dobie, J. Frank. PICTHING (sic) HORSES AND PANTHERS. Austin: Privately Printed & Texas Folk-Lore Society, 1940.
First Thus. 1st separate printing, an essay from Dobie's Mustangs & Cow Horses. Printed wraps. 15pp. Scarce. McV D27. (#1204041)
895. Dobie, J. Frank. PREFACES. Little, Brown, Boston, 1975, 1975. First Edition. Cloth & boards. 204pp.. A collection of
eighteen Prefaces & essays written by Dobie for other books about famous books on American history, particularly the West. Fine in
dj with just a trace of corner wear to the latter. Unread condition. (#FTR9-3)
896. Dobie, J. Frank. A SCHOOLTEACHER IN ALPINE. Austin: Southwest Review, 1962. First Thus. 1st printing of separate
edition. Royal 8vo green printed wraps. 11pp. The Dobies' Christmas Keepsake for 1962. Very slight fading. Near fine. Quite scarce
now. McV D82. (#1204042)
897. Dobie, J. Frank. A TEXAN IN ENGLAND. Boston: Little, Brown & Co, 1946. 9th printing. Pictorial cloth. 285pp. Index. Gift
inscription on ffep (an ideal copy for someone named Diana to give to someone named Ethel for Christmas). A wonderful read about
when Dobie taught at Cambridge during WWII. Musty. Still a good+ copy in pc dj with some tears. (#1506040)
898. Dobie, J. Frank. TONGUES OF THE MONTE. Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Co, 1935. First Edition. 1st printing.
Lovely decorated yellow, red, and blue cloth. 301pp. One of my favorite Dobie titles. "Two thousand miles by mule," Dobie crossed
the Sierra Madre three times in search of vaqueros and their stories. A lovely copy, fine in fine dj. Now very scarce in this condition.
McV A4 a(1). (#1602041)
899. Dobie, J. Frank. UP THE TRAIL FROM TEXAS. Random House, NY, 1955, 1955. First Edition. Pictorial & decorated cloth.
182pp. Illustrated with drawings. Index. An excellent little book written for school children on the history & romance of cattle 19th
Century cattle drives (Chisholm Trail, Western Trail, etc.). Fine in dj with chip to top of backstrip & otherwise light wear.
900. Dobie, J. Frank. CORONADO'S CHILDREN Lost Mines and Buried Treasure of the Southwest. Southwest Press, Dallas,
1930, 1930. First Edition. 1st edition, 1st issue. Front & back hinges cracked. Gilt strong on front cover but flaked off spine. Reading
copy, but still somewhat scarce in this issue. McV A2 a(1). (#0303041)
901. Dobie, J. Frank. GAUCHOS OF THE PAMPAS AND THEIR HORSES. Hanover, 1963., 1963. Limited First Edition. Ltd to
400 copies. Cloth & bds. 86pp. A finely made book for which J. Frank Dobie wrote the Foreword introducing two stories by W.H.
Hudson & two by R.B. Cunningham Graham. Fine in dj. McV B133. (#9210048)
902. Dobie, J. Frank. JOHN C. DUVAL First Texas Man of Letters. Southwest Press, Dallas, 1939., 1939. Limited First Edition.
Ltd. to 1,000 copies. Cloth. 105pp. Illustrated by Tom Lea. Slight soiling to top of covers, else fine in partial dj (panels edges chipped
away, as well as backstrip top/bottom; front dj flap detached, but present. Scarce. McV A8a(1), Dobie p55, Dykes 50 p204, Dykes HS
p172. (#9104031)
903. Dobie, J. Frank. PREFACES. Boston, 1975., 1975. First Edition. Cloth. 204pp. A collection of Prefaces Dobie wrote for other
authors' books, & compiled posthumously by his wife, Bertha McKee Dobie. Fine in pc dj. (#9014026)
904. Dobie, J. Frank. SOME PART OF MYSELF. Boston, 1967., 1967. First Edition. Cloth. 282pp. Illust. Posthumously published
autobiographical pieces edited by Bertha Dobie. Fine reading. Fine in slightly worn dj with a few tiny abrasions on the back panel.
905. Dobie, J. Frank. A TEXAN IN ENGLAND. Boston, 1945., 1945. First Edition. Small 8vo decorated cloth. 285pp. A delightful
book based on Dobie's residence in England while teaching at Cambridge during WWII. Near fine in dj that has a couple of narrow
strips torn from the back panel (longest is 2 1/2" long & 1/4" wide) & 1" square torn from back panel next to backstrip. McV A11 a.
906. Dobie, J. Frank. Tinkle, Lon. AN AMERICAN ORIGINAL The Life of J. Frank Dobie. Boston, 1978., 1978. First Edition.
1st printing. Cloth blind stamped with roadrunner on front cover. 264pp. Illust/photos. Bibliographical Note. Index. The most
complete biography of the great Texas writer. Fine in dj. 1st printings are uncommon. (#9014068a)
907. Dobie, J. Frank). McVicker, Mary Louise. THE WRITINGS OF J. FRANK DOBIE: A Bibliography. Museum of the Great
Plains, Lawton, 1968, 1968. First Edition. Gilt-stamped cloth. 258pp. Illustrated with a couple of Dobie photos & the key title pages.
Still the standard reference for Dobie collectors. Fine in pc dj. (#0606038)
908. Dobie, J. Frank). Poska, Valentine J. J. FRANK DOBIE BIOGRAPHY (Signed). San Diego: Ash Ranch, 1990. Limited First
Edition. Gilt-stamped miniature hardbound (2 3/8" x 1 13/16"). 41pp. Frontispiece photo of Dobie by Evans. Marbled endpapers. Ltd
to 100 copies, this being #39, signed by Poska. A modern rarity. Fine, like new. (1990) (#9014064c)
909. Dobie, J. Frank). Swartz, Jon D. and McLaughlin, Mary (Comp. & Ed.). J. FRANK DOBIE AN EXHIBITION: Catalog of
an Exhibition To Commemorate the Publication of "Dobie at Southwestern University" Georgetown (TX): Cody Memorial Lib,
1983. First Edition. 1st printing. Printed wraps. (16pp). Illustrated with photos. Laid in Compliments card from the library. A nice
Dobie item & actually very scarce. Fine. (#1204045) $40.52
910. Dobie, J. Frank). The Jenkins Company. A CATALOGUE OF THE WRITINGS OF J. FRANK DOBIE (1888 - 1964)
BIBLIOGRAPHY. Austin: Jenkins, 1965. First Edition. 1st & probably only printing. 4to printed wraps with portrait of Dobie on
front cover. (30pp). Catalogue #5 of the famous Jenkins Co. which specialized in Texana. 1 page intro by John Jenkins. 2 page essay
on Dobie, "He Believed In Libraries" by Dorman Winfrey. 722 items including some misc items. Last few pages advertise "Recent
Publications" by the company, including some now collectable volumes. Quite minor wear/fading. (#1204046)
911. Dobie, J. Frank). Tinkle, Lon. AN AMERICAN ORIGINAL The Life of J. Frank Dobie. Little Brown, Boston, 1978, 1978.
2nd printing. Cloth. 264pp. Illust. Bibliographical Note. Index. A well-written biography of the great Texas writer, story teller, and
academic maverick. Fine in very slightly soiled dj. (#9014069c)
912. Dobie, J. Frank). Tinkle, Lon. J. FRANK DOBIE: THE MAKINGS OF AN AMPLE MIND (Signed). Austin: Encino Press,
1968. Limited/Numbered. Edition limited to 850 copies, of which this is #325. Cloth & boards. 56pp. Illustrated mainly with photos of
Dobie. Signed by Tinkle on blank prelim. page & signed by printer & publisher William Wittliff on laid in printed leaf ("A Note to the
Reader"). Beautifully designed & printed on fine materials. A warmly & interestingly written monograph. Fine in original custom
slipcase with label. Slipcase has four ink marks near bottom of front panel & is slightly faded at edges. Your bookseller purchased this
copy in 1983 from the great Western Americana bookman, Jeff Dykes, while visiting Dykes at the latter's home near Washington, D.
C. (#1602042) $57.50
913. Dobie, James Frank. THE MUSTANGS. Austin: Univ of Texas Pr, 1995. 3rd Texas printing in pictorial wraps. 376pp.
Illustrations by Charles Banks Wilson. Interesting presentation, "A taste of 'Texas lore' for _____ from Debbie Dobie -- 6/25/96".
Owner's address label on ffep. A Southwest classic. Near fine. Herd 696. (1995) (#0909049)
OF THE GREAT WEST (contemporary military ownership copy). Hartford: A. D. Worthington & Co., 1883. 2nd printing, with
same collation as 1st, including 17 plates. A library-type buckram binding with gilt-stamped spine, but no library markings
whatsoever. 653pp. This copy with the following ownership information on blank preliminary page: "Stephen C. Mills 2nd Lieut 12th
Infty U. S. Army Madison Barracks New York Jan'y 16th 1883". Additionally, on preliminary page before the above page, is a full
page presentation by Mills signed as "Colonel, General Staff U. S. Army Governor's Island, NY Dec. 13th 1910." The presentation is
to Robert Ingersoll Brown & in it Mills speaks of the truth of which the author (Dodge) writes. Brown is cited in America's
Successful Men of Affairs: The City of New York, by Henry Hall. Laid in are 3 printed pages outlining Mills' military career. He was
noted "for gallant services in action against Indians in the San Andreas Mountains, NM (1880) & in the Los Animas Mountains, NM
(1882). Vg+ with moderate general wear. A tight copy. Luther 135, Howes D403, Rader 1172. (#1506041)
915. Doig, Ivan. THIS HOUSE OF SKY: LANDSCAPES OF A WESTERN MIND. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, NY, 1978,
1978. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 314pp. 2/3 page inscription by a high school classmate of the author (Valier, Mt.),
who remembers Doig's "red hair, high school honors and graduation..." Bertie Hotveldt (the inscriber) also recalls the death of a
teacher, Mrs. Tidyman, who inspired Doig. A National Book Award Finalist & superb Western autobiography. Fine in dj with a
couple of slight tears. (#0511034) $49.21
916. Donaldson, Hazel. A DOG'S LIFE AT THE RECTORY - MY FRIEND BUTTONS (Signed). Brantford?: Privately
Published, 1991. First Edition. Gilt-stamped blue wraps. 72pp. Illus. Signed "Best Wishes" by Donaldson. A sweet memoir with
interesting events about a dog that came to live with a clergy family in Ontario & Quebec. Vg+. (#5014056)
917. Donna R. Butts; S. Scott Corder, MD. UFO CONTACT THE FOUR. Tucson: UFO Photo Archives, 1989. Limited First
Edition. 1st printing, stated "Limited Edition." Gilt-stamped cloth. 239pp. References. Preface by Bill Caulfield. Intro by Dr.
Corder."... Butts remembered a UFO sighting and close approach when she was driving with her mother-in-law and two sons near
Salina, Kansas..." in 1986. There is a significant connection the author proposes throughout the book on her interaction with ETs and
learning from them in relation to God. She tries to connect it with Dispensation theology of the return of Christ. Near fine condition.
The dj has staining to top corner of front panel and a 1" x 1.5" chip top of back panel, with a couple of creases to same panel.
918. Dorin, Patrick C. COMMUTER RAILROADS A Pictorial Review of Most Travelled Trains. Seattle: Superior, 1970. First
Edition. 1st printing. 4to cloth. 192pp. Illus. Index. Faint tape marks on cover edges, else fine in near fine dj. (#SHEL615) $11.25
919. Dorset, Phyllis Flanders. THE NEW ELDORADO The Fabulous Story of Colorado's Gold & Silver Rushes. NY, 1970.,
1970. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 434pp. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Maps. Endpaper maps. One of the best surveys of the
subject. Vg in pc dj with 1 1/2" closed tear top of front panel & 1" tear top of back panel. (#SHEL330)
920. Dorsey, George A. THE CHEYENNE INDIANS The Sun Dance. Enumclaw: MacRae Pub., 1976. Facsimile reprint. Gilt &
silver stamped & decorated 4to hardbound. 186pp. Illustrated in color & b/w. Vintage photos. Laid in is a folded extra copy of the
color endpapers print: "A Herd of Bison Crossing the Missouri River" by William Jacob Hayes (1863). A fine reprint of Dorsey's 1905
work first published by the Field Museum. As new, no dj as issued. (#SHEL450)
921. Dorsey, Leslie & Janice Devine. FARE THEE WELL A Backward Look at Two Centuries of Historic American
Hostelries, Fashionable Spas & Seaside Resorts. Crown, NY, 1964., 1964. First Edition. 1st edition. 4to decor cloth. 328pp.
Lavishly illustrated. Bookplate on h-t. Includes establishments both East & West. Fine in pc dj. (#9104033)
922. Douglas, R. Alan (Edit). JOHN PRINCE A Collection of Documents. Toronto: The Champlain Society, 1980.
Limited/Numbered. 1st printing ltd to 1,250 copies; this copy # 1008. Red cloth with gilt-stamped spine. 229pp. Illus. Bibliography.
Index. Nice looking small custom bookplate of former owner on front paste down. Number 11 in the Ontario Series. Fine. No dj.
923. Douglas, Tom; Lance, Shelley. THE DAHLIA BAKERY COOKBOOK Sweetness in Seattle - 125 of our Favorite Recipes.
NY: Wm Morrow, 2012. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to hardbound. Illus. Index. Signed "Cheers, Tom Douglas" on half-title page.
From one of the great Seattle bakeries and fine restaurants. Fine in dj. (#SHEL729)
924. Douglass, John M. THE INDIANS IN WISCONSIN'S HISTORY. Milwaukee Public Museum, Milwaukee, 1954, 1954. 2nd
printing. Pictorial wraps. (61pp). Illust. Fine. (#FTR270)
925. Dow, Edson. PASSES TO THE NORTH History of Wenatchee Mountains (Signed & Assoc copy). Wenatchee: Privately
Published, 1963. First Edition. 1st printing. Hardbound. 255pp. Illus. Bibliography. Notes. Index. Endpaper maps. Excellent regional
Washington book with much on trails and the passes (Blewett, Colockum, Nanum) of central Washington. Material on cowboys and
mining. This copy signed by Dow. Also inscribed by "Art", an associate, who was on an expedition with Dow, and who also served
with Dow on the WA State Game Commission. Art (last name not known) has made an annotation under the photo frontispiece. Laid
in notes from another associate, and a few corrections & annotations in that hand. The bindery confused some Index & Notes pages &
to make things easier to read the original owner photocopied a couple of the leaves for correct order insertion. Also, owner explained
the binding errors on a two-side handwritten detailed note. Also, several laid in notes by owner. Interesting association copy. Vg in
moderately worn dj with large price clip. (#1209045) $60.78
926. Dowd, James P. CUSTER LIVES! Fairfield: Ye Galleon Press, 1982. First Edition. Gilt-stamped simulated leather hardbound.
263pp. Illus. Folding map. A bibliography of Custer literature with supportive text by the author & also Dr. Edgar Stewart & Lt.
Edward Maguire. The work "is an attempt to include all types of material relevant to Custer" including books, pamphlets, executive
documents, reports, magazines, manuscripts, and pertinent newspapers." Fine in dj. (#1003034) $16.19
927. Doyle, Lee. The Love We All Wait for (Signed). Walnut Creek: Komenar Pub, 2008. First Edition. 1st printing. 286 pp. Cloth.
Signed & dated with event noted shortly after publication. A "poignant debut novel that captures the transition we all make, from the
romantic ideas and hopes of youth to the wonderment of discovering who we will become." Fine, like new in dj. (#5022031) $22.27
928. Doyle, Thomas M. (Wisconsin). LIQUOR DEALER GUIDE Covering Special Taxes for Liquor Dealers; also the
Manufacture and Marketing of Distilled Spirits, Wine and Beer Under Government Regulation. Milwaukee, 1954., 1954. First
Edition. No printing stated. Printed red wrappers. 66pp. Laid in is a tall, folded, printed Guide for Wisconsin Liquor Dealers & a
folded full sheet, The Law on Quantity Sales, with a Pabst news note & a pictorial block ad for Mohawk Blackberry Flavored Brandy.
The latter was mailed from Milwaukee to a gentleman in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. A very, very informative book written by Doyle, a
"Special tax and liq uor expert", for Tavern Keepers Beer Dealers Package Store Operators Hotel Operators Druggists Bartenders
Liquor Salesmen Grocers etc. Some fading to edges of front cover, else near fine. Very scarce. (#5006007) $60.75
929. Draper, John S. SHAMS... UNCLE BEN'S EXPERIENCES WITH HYPOCRITES. Thompson & Thomas, Chicago, 1899,
1899. Silver-stamped red cloth with silver portrait of the author. 412pp. Illustrated with wood-cuts & engravings. Uncle Ben traveled
to Denver, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, L. A., & Santa Fe, encountering plenty of shady characters & sharps along the way. Light
cover wear; couple of small spots on front cover & some stain on the back cover. Good+. (#0611045)
930. Dresden, Donald. THE MARQUIS DE MORES Emperor of the Bad Lands. Norman: OU, 1970. First Edition. 1st printing.
Cloth. 282pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Map. Fine in dj which has a tiny tear on back panel. (#1602044) $28.75
931. Driggs, Howard R. MORMON TRAIL Pathway of Pioneers Who Made Deserts Blossom. Privately Printed & American
Pioneer Trails Assoc., NY, 1947, 1947. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 95pp. Illust. Map. Fine. Allen p147. (#0805041)
932. Du Bois, Charles G. KICK THE DEAD LION A Casebook of the Custer Battle. Billings: Privately Printed, 1954. First
Edition. 1st edition. Pictorial wraps. 48pp. Illust. Map. Slight browning to cover edges. Near fine. cf. Luther 127. (#SHEL425)
933. Duckett, Margaret. MARK TWAIN AND BRET HARTE. Norman: OU, 1964. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 365pp. Illus.
Bibliography. Index. Tiny corner bump; still fine in near fine dj. (#1602045)
934. Duff, Katharyn. ABILENE ON CATCLAW CREEK A Life of a West Texas Town. Abilene (TX): The Reporter Pub. Co.,
1969. First Edition. Pictorial cloth. 298pp. Index. Appendices: Photos, Census of 1880, Marriage Licenses Issued in Taylor County,
1878 - 1888, Company I, 7th Regiment Texas National Guard, WWI. Maps: Historic Sites in Taylor County, Texas Frontier Forts
(and) Trails. Tiny bump to front cover corner. Near fine in chipped dj with closed tears (including 2" on front panel). Rather scarce in
the 1st edit. (#0903042) $46.58
935. Duffus, R. L. THE SANTA FE TRAIL. Tudor, NY, 1934, 1934. Reprint. Reprint, second printing thus. Gilt-stamped &
pictorial gilt cloth. 283pp. Index. Bibliography. "Best book of the century on the subject." (Dobie). Water-stain on back cover, else
bright & tight. Reading copy priced accordingly. No dj. Dobie pp.75-78, Rader 1231, SFT 177. (#0508034)
936. Duffus, R. L. THE SANTA FE TRAIL. Tudor, NY, 1934, 1934. Reprint. Early reprint. Gilt-stamped cloth. 283pp. Illust. Exlib. No dj. Good reading copy. (#5004021) $5.67
937. Duffus, R. L. THE TOWER OF JEWELS Memories of San Francisco. NY: W. W. Norton, 1960. First Edition. 1st printing.
Cloth. 250pp. Memoir of Fremont Older, editor of The San Francisco Bulletin. Foxing to top edge & some discoloration at top of
boards, else vg. The good, price-clipped dj is edgeworn & has short tears. (#1506042) $6.80
938. Duin, Steve. Father Time (Signed). Arnica Pub, Portland, 2005, 2004. First Edition. Trade paper wraps. 183pp. Signed &
dated (2007) by Duin. "The joys and challenges of raising a family." The author is a columnist for The Oregonian.Book. Fine, like
new. (#5006026) $8.10
939. Dullenty, Jim. BOOK CATALOGUES - ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE. Hamilton, MT, 1988 - 1992, 1988. First Thus.
Ephemera. 85 printed (8 1/2" x 11" sheets) & stapled catalogues, 1988 - 1992, by bookseller Jim Dullenty, of Hamilton, Montana. Mr.
Dullenty specialized in outlaw books. Some notes, marks, on most catalogues, else vg. 1988-1992 (#SHEL034)
940. Duluth, Minnesota). EARLY DAYS IN DULUTH The city, the scenery, the people, the changes... as remembered in
historical photographs. Duluth: Stewart - Taylor Co., 0. Oblong pictorial wraps, 5 3/8" x 7". (60pp). Sepia photo reproductions of
vintage early Duluth images. Near fine (slight sticker shadow upper right cover corner). Uncommon. n.d. (#5010042)
941. Duncan, Bob. THE DICKY BIRD WAS SINGING (Signed) Men, Women and Black Gold. Rinehart & Co., NY, 1952,
1952. First Edition. Cloth. 282pp. Illustrated with drawings. Presentation inscription by the author to, apparently, two other authors
(M. E. & Catherine Clark). Fun & informative reading, a series of true stories of men hunting for oil in the 1920s mainly in Oklahoma,
Kansas, & Texas. No dj. Vg. (#0711102) $36.00
942. Duncan, Dayton. OUT WEST An American Journey. NY, 1987., 1987. First Edition. Cloth & bds. 434pp. Illust. Duncan was
one of the two main commentators on the recent PBS Lewis & Clark special. This very well written book, somewhat after the style of
the best selling Blue Highways, is Duncan's account of his traveling over the Lewis & Clark Trail, & includes extensive comments on
the original expedition. Fine in dj. (#FTR194)
943. Duncklee, John. GOOD YEARS FOR THE BUZZARDS. Tucson,: Univ of Arizona, 1994. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth &
boards. 165pp. Index. Map of the O Bar J Ranch. Ranching in the mid 1950s in Arizona. Fine in dj. (#0611046)
944. Dunlop, Richard. GREAT TRAILS OF THE WEST. Abingdon, Nashville & NY, (1971), 1971. ARC. Uncorrected Proof.
Plastic spiral bound printed wraps. 270pp. Bibliography. Laid in folded is publisher's promo. Also laid in is folded T.L.S., dated Dec.
22, 1970, from James S. Penny of the publisher to the late well-known collector & dealer, George H. Tweney. It regards the upcoming
release of the book & the bound galley being sent to Tweney. Chapters on the Santa Fe Trail, El Camino Real, Oregon Trail, Barlow
Road, Hastings Cutoff, California Trail, Mormon Trail, Applegate Road, Butterfield Trail, Pony Express Trail, Mullan Road,
Chisholm Trail, Chilkoot Trail, and a couple of others. Fine condition & nice association copy. Scarce in proof. (#0508035ARC)
945. Dunlop, Richard. WHEELS WEST, 1590-1900. Chicago: Rand McNally, 1977. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial, hard
leather-like hardbound. 208pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. "Here are the wagons, the trails, and the drivers -- Western Americana at its
most exciting..." Fine in dj. Front flap has small red ink owner's signature. (#1307031) $45.02
946. Dunn, Carola. Fall of a Philanderer (Signed). NY: Kensington, 2006. First Thus. 1st printing of papeback edition. Pictorial
wraps. 300pp. Signed & dated in 2007 by Dunn. Fine, like new. (#5020011)
947. Dunn, Dorothy. AMERICAN INDIAN PAINTING of the Southwest and Plains Areas. Albuquerque: Univ of New Mexico,
1968. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to pictorial cloth. 429pp. Illustrated in color & b/w. Notes. References. Index. Foreword by Kenneth
Chapman. Sections: "Backgrounds of American Indian Painting", "Painting Before the Modern School", "Rise of the Modern School",
"Continuity and the Expanding View." There are several parts or chapters within each section. Fine in dj. Scarce in fine condition.
948. Dunn, J.P., Jr. MASSACRES OF THE MOUNTAINS A History of the Indian Wars of the Far West. NY, 1886., 1886.
First Edition. Gilt pict cloth. 784pp. Illustrated with splendid line engravings. Fldg map of Indian reservations. One of the all time
classics on the subject. Two blank preliminary pages have several humorous penciled comments, apparently by people involved in
giving this book to the original owner, whose pencil ownership note is on another blank prelim. page: "Annie E. Huntington New
York City --- formerly of Cheyenne Wyoming -- relative of chief Scratch 'em the hero of this book." Wear to cover corners. Rebacked
under original cloth (missing extreme top/bottom of original spine). A professionally restored, good, tight copy. Scarce. Howes D575,
Graff 1181, Luther 140. (#9402048)
949. Dunn, Ruth. INDIAN VENGENCE AT JULESBURG. n.p.: Privately Printed, 1972. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial
wraps. 16pp. Illus. Fine. Scarce. (#1412049)
950. Dunne, Peter Masten, S.J. EARLY JESUIT MISSIONS IN TARAHUMARA. Berkeley, 1948., 1948. First Edition. Cloth.
276pp. Illust. Fldg map. Fine in pc dj with couple of minor tears. (#9104035) $17.86
951. Dunning, Charles H., and Peplow, Edward H., Jr. SILVER from Spanish Missions To Space Age Missiles. Pasadena: Hicks,
1966. First Edition. 12mo cloth. 199pp. Illust. Appendix: "Silver Statistics". Quotes & References. Index to Mines. Includes chapter
on "History of Southwest Silver". Owner's address label on ffep. Fine. No dj. A tad scarce. (#0909050)
952. Dunning, John. BOOKED TO DIE: A Mystery Introducing Cliff Janeway (Signed). NY: Scribner, 1992. 2nd printing. Cloth
& boards. 321pp. Nice presentation on half-title: "To ___ who departed book row ----- and let it go to hell. Best, John Dunning". A
chance for our Western Americana collectors to step out of the genre & acquire a scarce early printing of the consensus best
bibliomystery ever written. Great presentation referring to the famed and long vanished book row of New York City. Fine copy in
fine, unclipped dj. (#1302041)
953. Dunning, John. THE BOOKMAN'S PROMISE: A Cliff Janeway Novel (Signed). NY: Scribner, 2004. First Edition. 1st
printing. Cloth & boards. 367pp. Signed by Dunning on preliminary blank page (no presentation or inscription). One of Dunning's fine
bibliomysteries. Fine in dj. (#5022061)
954. Dunning, John. THE BOOKMAN'S PROMISE: A Cliff Janeway Novel (Signed). NY: Scribner, 2004. First Edition. 1st
printing. Cloth & boards. 369pp. Signed by Dunning on front blank page. Fine in dj. (#SHEL508) $26.55
955. Dunning, John. THE BOOKWOMAN'S LAST FLING A Cliff Janeway Novel (Signed). NY: Scribner, 2006. First Edition.
1st printing. Cloth & boards. 337pp. Signed by Dunning on title page. Fine in dj. One of Dunning's great series on book
collector/detective Janeway. (#SHEL506) $31.50
956. Dunning, John. IT WAS NOW TWILIGHT TIME (Signed). Seattle: Third Place Books, 2004. Limited Edition. Paper. Tall
broadside, 10" x 20". Light blue motif heads the text, printed on cream paper by Stern & Faye "in celebration of John Dunning's
author appearance at Third Place Books on March 10, 2004." Signed by Dunning. The21 line text is from Dunning's Janeway biblio
mystery, The Bookman's Promise. Fine. (#SHEL950)
957. Dunning, John. THE SIGN OF THE BOOK: A Cliff Janeway Novel (Signed). NY: Scribner, 2005. First Edition. 1st
printing. Cloth & boards. 353pp. Signed by Dunning on front blank page. "Autographed Copy" sticker on front panel. Fine in dj.
958. Dunning, John. THE BOOKMAN'S WAKE (Signed). Scribner, NY, 1995., 1995. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards.
351pp. Signed & dated 3 - 22 - 95 by Dunning very soon after publication. Much of the book's action takes place in Seattle & nearby.
A fine novel, the second bibliomystery "starring" Cliff Janeway. A great read! Fine, as new in like dj. (#SHEL136) $98.42
959. Dusard, Jay. THE NORTH AMERICAN COWBOY: A Portrait. Prescott: Consortium , 1983. First Edition. 1st printing.
Gilt-stamped 4to cloth. 123pp. Illustrated with the exquisite b/w portraits by Dusard. A modern classic in Western photography. Fine
in dj. (Your bookseller has several original Dusard photo posters for sale; please inquire if interested). (#1402038) $135.07
960. Dusard, Jay. THE NORTH AMERICAN COWBOY: photographic poster. Joshua Eden, Prescott, ca 1980 - 83 , 1981. First
Thus. Ephemera. Not a book. Glossy black & white photographic poster from Dusard's classic book on modern cowboys. This is the
Joshua Eden poster print, likely first generation, published not long after the book of the same name. Size with white border: approx.
19" x 24". Bob Phillips, ORO Ranch, Arizona. See my other Dusard posters. (#SHEL362)
961. Dusard, Jay. THE NORTH AMERICAN COWBOY: photographic poster. Joshua Eden, Prescott, ca 1980 - 83, 1983. First
Thus. Ephemera. Not a book. Glossy black & white photographic poster from Dusard's classic book on modern cowboys. This is the
Joshua Eden poster print, likely first generation, published not long after the book of the same name. Size with white border: approx.
19" x 24". Lyle Thompson, Anchor P Ranch, Alberta. Fine condition. Check on my other Dusard posters. (#0805043b)
962. Dusard, Jay. THE NORTH AMERICAN COWBOY: photographic poster. Joshua Eden, Prescott, ca 1980 - 83, 1983. First
Thus. Ephemera. Not a book. Glossy black & white photographic poster from Dusard's classic book on modern cowboys. This is the
Joshua Eden poster print, likely first generation, published not long after the book of the same name. Size with white border: approx.
19" x 24". Jim & Jason Eicke, Bell Ranch, New Mexico. Fine condition. See my other Dusard posters. (1983) (#0805043f) $40.50
963. Dusard, Jay. THE NORTH AMERICAN COWBOY: photographic poster. Prescott: Joshua Eden ca 1981-1983, 1983. First
Thus. Poster. Not a book. Glossy black & white photographic poster from Dusard's classic book on modern cowboys. This is the
Joshua Eden poster print, likely first generation, published not long after the book of the same name. Size with white border: approx.
19" x 24". Lonnie Jones, Cow Boss, Gang Ranch, British Columbia. Fine condition. See my other Dusard posters. (1983)
964. Dustin, Dorothy Devereux. (Nebraska). OMAHA AND DOUGLAS COUNTY: A Panoramic History. Woodland Hills:
Windsor, 1980. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to gilt-stamped cloth. 199pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. A nice Nebraska item. Fine in dj
with tiny chip to bottom edge of front panel. (#1111045)
965. Dwyer, Mindy. COYOTE IN LOVE (Signed). Seattle & Alaska: Alaska Northwest Books, 1997. First Edition. 1st printing.
4to pictorial hardbound. Unpag. Illus. Signed & dated by author in year of publication. Fine, like new in dj. (#JUV002)
966. Dyal, Donald H. (Ed.). A VANISHED LANDSCAPE. College Station, 1986., 1986. First Edition. Oblong pictorial wraps.
(12pp). Illust. "Autobiography of an Old Rod Sod Plow." Keepsake #15 of Friends of the Sterling C. Evans Library. As new in
original envelope. (#9311037)
967. Dyar, Ralph E. NEWS FOR AN EMPIRE The Story of The Spokesman - Review of Spokane, Washington, and of the
Field it Serves (Signed). Caldwell: Caxton, 1952. First Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped cloth. 494pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index.
Endpaper maps. Lovely inscription on half-title to Dorothy Amiot in memory of her husband, editor Maurice Amiot. Vg. No dj.
968. Dyck, Paul. BRULE' The Sioux People of the Rosebud. (Signed). Northland,Flagstaff, 1985., 1985. 2nd printing. 4to cloth.
365pp. Illustrated with distinguished 19th & early 20th Century Indian photos taken by John Anderson. Warmly signed presentation
by Dyck on the ffep. Laid in is a two page A.L .S. to the receivers on The Paul Dyck Foundation letterhead, Rimrock, Arizona. Laid in
also is a large color folder of Dyck's Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Memorial Museum at Custer Battlefield, which was sponsored by
the Foundation, & an enlarged photocopy of the 1st page of a Nat'l Geographical article referring to the Dyck collection that would be
housed there. Good+. Minor dampstain to narrow portion of pages at foreedge. Slight waviness to pages. Dj worn & slightly chipped.
969. Dye, Charlie. Weaver, Paul. CHARLIE DYE One helluva western painter. Peterson, L.A., 1981, 1981. First Edition. Oblong
4to hdbound. 135pp. Illust. A great book about the excellent work of this Western artist. Fine in dj. (#SHEL043)
970. Dye, Eva Emery. THE CONQUEST The True Story of Lewis and Clark. A. C. McClurg, Chicago, 1902, 1902. First
Edition. Pictorial cloth. 443pp. A historical novel by one of Oregon's fine writers of a century ago. Long list of acknowledgments.
Section 1: "When Red Men Ruled". Section 2: "Into The West". Section 3: "The Red Head Chief". Trace of wear to extremities. Vg.
Smith 2674. (#0603046) $21.32
971. Dyer, Mike. THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO GEOCACHING Tracking Treasure with Your GPS (Signed). Golden:
Fulcrum, 2004. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial trade wraps. 148pp. Illust. Signed by Dyer. Fine, like new. (#5016009) $10.94
972. Dykes, Jeff (Ed.), et. al. GREAT WESTERN INDIAN FIGHTS. Potomac Corral of The Westerners, Garden City, 1960,
1960. First Edition. Pictorial cloth. 336pp. Illustrated with photos & chapter head vignettes. Bibliography. Appendix. Index. Endpaper
maps. A series of twenty-five essays by Western historians on twenty-five fights with Indians from the plains to the Pacific Coast.
Includes Battle of the Washita & Texas Panhandle fights. Fine in very slightly chipped dj. (#0711104)
973. Dykes, Jeff C. LAW ON A WILD FRONTIER Four Sheriffs of Lincoln County (Signed). Wash. D. C.: Potomac Corral The Westerners, 1969. Limited/Numbered. Copy #78 of 250 copies. Pictorial cloth. 25pp. Illus. Map. Signed by your bookseller's
mentor, Dykes. The sheriffs: Brady, Garrett, Poe, Curry. Light soiling, else fine. No dj as issued. (#1506043)
974. Dykes, Jeff. WESTERN HIGH SPOTS (Signed). Flagstaff: Northland, 1977. First Edition. 1st printing. Royal 8vo cloth.
192pp. Illus. Inscribed by Dykes to no one in particular. One of the best "high spot" reference books ever published. The author was
considered the "Dean" of Western book dealers. Your bookseller visited Jeff & Martha in their home back in the 1970s & it is a
treasured memory. Fine in chipped dj. (#1402039) $27.51
975. Earenfight, Phillip, Edit. A KIOWA'S ODYSSEY A Sketchbook From Fort Marion. U of Wash, & The Trout Gallery,
Seattle & Carlisle, 2007, 2007. First Edition. Oblong 4to heavy pictorial wraps. 230pp. Beautifully illustrated with the Ft. Marion
color sketches, vintage photos, copies of historic ledgers & artifacts. Bibliography, Contributors Bios, Index. This lavish book
"recreates a sketchbook of drawings by Etahdleuh Doanmoe that chronicle the experiences of seventy-two Southern Plains Indians
captured by the U. S. Army in Oklahoma Territory (sic: should be "Indian Territory") in 1875." They were removed from Fort Sill to
Ft. Marion, Florida. The fascinating story of the sketch book they created is the subject of this study. Includes a few photos by the
famed Ft. Sill photographer, Will Soule. Near fine; slight bump lower back corner. (#0711106) $36.00
976. East, Ben. NARROW ESCAPES AND WILDERNESS ADVENTURES. NY, 1960. (Published jointly by Outdoor Life &
E.P. Dutton)., 1960. First Edition. Cloth. Illust/Nick Eggenhofer. "21 true action stories - the best of Ben East" ... "from Alaska,
Equatorial Africa, the Florida Keys, the Michigan woods and many others." Three small spots at top of front cover, hardly worth
mentioning, else fine in slightly worn dj. (#0003038) $6.56
977. Eastman, Charles A. (with a little help from Dale Gatehouse). INDIAN HEROES AND GREAT CHIEFTAINS. No date or
publication info., but a modern binding., 0. 4to printed wraps bound in flexible plastic. 53pp. Vignettes on the great plains &
mountains war chiefs. Fine. n.d. (#0107054)$6.56
978. Easton, Robert, and Brown, Mackenzie. LORD OF BEASTS The Saga of Buffalo Jones (Signed). Tucson: Univ of Arizona,
1961. 2nd printing. Cloth. 287pp. Illus. Note. Bibliography. Index. Signed on half-title by Easton, Brown, and illustrator Mac
Schweitzer. Covers are foxed. Dj moderately worn with some foxing. Thus good only. (#1209047)
979. Eaton, Frank, and Beach, Goodwin B. PETRUS SCLOPETARIUS (Pistol Pete). Privately Printed, n.p., 1959, 1959. First
Edition. Pictorial wraps. 9pp.. Glossary. Prof Beach's condensed translation, "Done into Latin" of the 1952 autobiography of Pistol
Pete. Fine. Extremely scarce, we believe, in this original. (#0711108) $76.50
980. Eberstadt, Edward. TEXAS Being a Collection of Rare & Important Books & Manuscripts Relating to the Lone Star
State. Eberstadt, NY, 1963, 1963. First Edition. 1st edition. Printed wraps. 220pp. Illustrated with title pages & other manuscript
facsimiles. This was Eberstadt & Sons' catalogue162, which included 950 items, most of them rare & many of them unique.
Introduction by Archibald Hanna. Near fine. Scarce. (#0404035)
981. Eberstadt, Edward. TEXAS Being a Collection of Rare & Important Books & Manuscripts Relating to the Lone Star
State. Martino, Mansfield Centre, 1999, 1999. Limited First Edition. Ltd. facsimile reprint (limitation not stated). Red cloth with giltstamped spine. 220pp. Illustrated with title page & other manuscript facsimiles. This was Eberstadt & Sons' catalogue162, which
included 950 items, most of them rare & many of them unique. As new, no dj as issued. (#0401050)
982. Ebert-Schifferer, Sybille. STILL LIFE A History. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1999. First Edition. Translated from the
German by Russell Stockman. 4to bright red cloth. 420pp. Stunningly illustrated, one of the very best that Abrams produced, and
that's saying a lot because their art books are sumptuous. General Bibliography. Artist Bibliographies. Index, Photo Credits. The art
reproductions are brilliant & the "author's sparkling text" make this book a treasure for the mind & a visual bacchanalia. A big art
book, but published in quarto rather than folio or oblong, it will rest in your lap easily for hours while you read & look at it. The
author has a solid résumé as a scholar of the fine arts & as a museum director. Lovers of fine art are attracted, at one time or another,
to one style or another of still life painting. This book comes as close to having "it all" as anything published on the subject. Sections:
"The Legacy of Antiquity", "Precursors of the Autonomous Still Life", "The First Modern Still Lifes, Around 1600", "The Flowering
of the Still Life: The Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries", "The United States: Still Life as the Mirror of a Young Nation", "From
the Early Nineteenth Century to the End of the First World War: the Triumph of the 'How' over the 'What'", "The Twentieth Century".
Fine copy in dj. Both in highly collectible condition. (#1003038)
983. Eder, Michele Longo (Signed). Salt in Our Blood The Memoir of a Fisherman's Wife. Newport, OR: Dancing Moon Pr,
2008. First Edition. Glossy pictorial wraps. 431 pp. Signed by Eder. "This book is an offer of healing to (the author's) family, her
community, and to fishing families everywhere." Fine, like new. (#P1012b)
984. Edgerton, Ralph P. RANALD MACDONALD, AVENTURER (sic). Spokane: Spokane Westerners Corral, 1969. First
Edition. 1st printing. Printed wraps. 16pp. Vol. 13, #1, which also included "The Story of a Quarter Section (Concluded from previous
issue)." (pp. 13-16). The subject of this study was born in Astoria (Ft. George) & was the son of the later Hudson's Bay Co. Chief
Factor, Archibald MacDonald. Slight vertical crease. Near fine. Scarce. (#1307032)
985. Edward Kadlecek; Mabell Kadlecek. TO KILL AN EAGLE: Indian Views on the Last Days of Crazy Horse. Boulder:
Johnson Books, 1991. 4th printing. Pictorial wraps. 170pp. Illus. Index. Maps. Small ink vignette stamped on upper corner of title
page, else fine. (#1602046)
986. Edward N. Zempel; Linda A. Verkler (Ed.). BOOK PRICES USED AND RARE 1993. Peoria: Spoon River Pr, 1993. 1st
Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped 4to cloth. 613pp. Thousands of books cited. Your bookseller was a contributor. Fine. No dj as
issued. (#SHEL847)
987. Edward N. Zempel; Linda A. Verkler (Ed.). BOOK PRICES USED AND RARE 1996. Peoria: Spoon River Pr, 1996. 1st
Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped 4to cloth. 798pp. Thousands of books cited. Your bookseller was a contributor. Fine. No dj as
issued. (#SHEL848)
988. Edwards, Jim, and Ottaway, Hal. THE VANISHED SPLENDOR Postcard Views of Oklahoma City. OKC: Abalache Book
Shop, 1982. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to pictorial cloth. Unpag. Signed on t-p by both author/compilers. On ffep is a gift inscription
& on front paste down is 2' x 2" store sticker. A nice volume reproducing vintage post cards. Fine, no dj as issued. (#1204048)
989. Edwards, Malcolm (Ed.). THE CALIFORNIA DIARY OF GENERAL E. D. TOWNSEND. n.p.: Ward Ritchie, 1970. First
Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped cloth. 184pp. Illus. Index. Foreword by Edwards. 1851 diary of Townsend, who boarded a
steamship & traveled to California & the Pacific Northwest. Townsend would later become the Union Army's Adjutant General. Fine
in fine original custom slipcase. (#1602047) $15.53
990. Edwards, Margaret Watt (Comp.). LAND OF THE MULTNOMAHS Sketches and Stories of Early Oregon. Binfords &
Mort, Portland, 1973, 1973. Limited First Edition. 1st edition ltd to 1,000 copies. Hardbound. 318pp. Illustrated with chapter head
drawings by Roger W. Cooke. Signed on the half-title by 14 of the writers who contributed (one signature is a stamped signature). The
essays are by Creative Writers of The American Association of University Women. Fine in dj with slight edgewear & one short tear.
991. Egan, Timothy. THE WINEMAKER'S DAUGHTER A Novel (Signed). NY: Knopf, 2004. ARC. Uncorrected Proof. Wraps.
304pp. Signed and dated by Egan. Very slight curling to cover corners & first few pages at bottom corner; vg. (#SHEL608ARC)
992. Egan, Timothy. THE WORST HARD TIME: The Untold Story of Those Who Survived the Great American Dust Bowl.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2006. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial hardbound. 340pp. Illus. Notes. Index. Map of the Dust Bowl.
Deserving winner of the National Book Award, a tremendous book on the Dust Bowl of the Texas Panhandle & surrounding region.
Fine in dj. Very scarce in fine 1st printings. (#1302043)
993. Egan, Timothy. BREAKING BLUE (Signed). Knopf, NY, 1992., 1992. ARC. Uncorrected Proof. Printed wraps. 263pp.
"How one man's hunt through a half century of police cover-ups unlocked the secret behind the nation's oldest continuing murder
investigation". Spokane, Washington, & area. Fine. (#5008016ARC) $22.27
994. Eggenhofer, Nick. WAGONS, MULES AND MEN How the Frontier Moved West. NY: Hastings House, 1961. First
Edition. Cloth. 184pp. Illustrated with the terrific frontier transportation drawings of the author. the noted Western artist. Conestogas,
Carts, Freighters, Army Wagons, Stagecoaches, & much more. Fine in dj. The latter is reinforced at the top of the backstrip with tape,
which runs about 1" onto each dj panel. Dykes 50 p126. Dykes 50 p126. (#1011043)
995. Eifert, Virginia S. THE STORY OF ILLINOIS Indian and Pioneer. Springfield: Ill. St. Museum, 1949. 3rd Edition.
Pictorial wraps. 19pp. Illus. Story of Illinois Seriies #1. Marquette, Kaskaskia, Vincennes, etc., in brief. Vg. (#1104039)
996. Einarsen, Arthur S. THE PRONGHORN ANTELOPE and its management. Wash. D.C.: Wildlife Management Institute,
1948. First Edition. Pictorial cloth. 238pp. Illus. Tables. Appendix. Bibliography. Index. Fine in slightly chipped dj with moderately
faded backstrip. Smith 2782. (#1011044) $18.23
997. Eiseley, Loren. THE INNOCENT ASSASSINS. NY, 1973., 1973. First Thus. 1st printing in pictorial trade wraps. 123pp.
Illust. The well-known paleontologist's vivid, brooding poems, mainly set in the West. Vg. (#0208052)
998. El Paso). OFFICIAL SOUVENIR PROGRAM EL PASO COUNTY CENTENNIAL 1850 - 1950. Lower Valley Chamber
of Commerce, Ysleta, 1950, 1950. First Edition. 4to pictorial wraps. 64pp. Illustrated. Ads. Cover drawing by Jose Cisneros.
Introduction by C. L. Sonnichsen. Synopsis of the History of El Paso County by Anna Brand. Some material on nearby Ysleta. Closed
tear at bottom spine corner of front cover. Middle leaf pulled from staples, but laid in place. Good+. Scarce. Not in Dykes 50.
999. Eldredge, Niles. DARWIN Discovering the Tree of Life. Norton, NY, 2004, 2004. ARC. ARC. 4to pictorial wraps. 245pp.
Illust. Bibliography. A book to prepare readers for recognition of Darwin's 200th birthday in 2009, & the 150th anniversary of the
publication of th Origin of Species. The author explores the "everyday aspects of Darwin's life, his notebooks, adn early manuscripts."
A major exhibition on Darwin opens in the Fall of 2005 at the American Museum of Natural History. Fine. (#5017017ARC) $32.40
1000. Elert, Werner, and Hansen, Walter A. (Trans.). THE STRUCTURE OF LUTHERANISM Volume One. Concordia, St.
Louis, 1962, 1962. First Edition. Cloth. 547pp. General Index. Index to Scripture Passage. Occasional underlining in front section.
Two former owner's signatures. Else vg with light fading to top of front cover & a few small spots on the top of the spine.
1001. Elliott, David S. LAST RAID OF THE DALTONS: A Reliable Recital of the Battle With the Bandits at Coffeyville,
Kansas. Freeport: Books for Libraries, 1971. First Thus. 1st printing thus this facsimile reprint of the rare original. Cloth. 66pp. Illus.
From the library of Western historian Robert K. DeArment & with his embossment on ffep. Fine. cf 150 #52. (#1412051) $15.01
1002. Ellis, Richard N. GENERAL POPE AND U. S. INDIAN POLICY. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1970.
First Edition. Cloth. 287pp. Illus. Notes. Bibliography. Index. "... the story of federal relationships with Western Indians as seen from
the dominant position of General John Pope, U.S. military commander in the West." (Civil War to 1886). Fine in dj. (#1104040)
1003. Ellison, Glenn R. "Slim". COWBOYS UNDER THE MOGOLLON RIM (Signed). Arizona, Tucson, 1970, 1970. 2nd
printing. Gilt-stamped cloth. 274pp. Charmingly illustrated with pen & ink drawings by Ellison. Index. The Santa Fe New Mexican
aptly described this book as "Easy reading, entertaining, the way the cowboy lived, worked, etc... this is real stuff. No punches
pulled." This copy with full page presentation inscription on the ffep, including three black felt ink drawings by Ellison. Laid in is a
one page A.L.S. (hand-written & signed letter) from Ellision with a small sketch at the bottom. The mailing envelope it came in has a
horse drawn by Ellison in bold brown color (wide felt pen) running from right to left across the front of the envelope, & from top to
bottom, with the receiver's address (same as book inscription) in the middle of the horse. Ellison's return address is accompanied by a
drawing of his personal vignette in black ink, which matches one of the drawings on the ffep. The author's writing style in both the
book & the letter is reminiscent of the way Charlie Russell wrote. This, a very special copy to a friend of Ellison. Fine in good+ dj
with a couple of closed tears on the back panel & some wear at the extremities. Former owner applied a band of reinforcing tape
around the top of the backstrip; shows 1" on each panel. A choice collector's copy in spite of being a second printing. (#0606044)
1004. Ellison, Douglas W. DAVID LANT: The Vanished Outlaw (Signed). Aberdeen: Privately Published, 1988. Limited First
Edition. 1st hardback printing ltd to 250 copies. 232pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. "... the first-ever biography of this mysterious
young man... who rose to notoriety as an outlaw... ranging across Utah, Wyoming and Colorado." Fine, like new in dj. (#1209048)
1005. Emerson, Earl. PYRO (Signed). NY: Random House, 2004. ARC. Advance Uncorrected Proofs. Trade decorated wraps.
274pp. Signed by Emerson. Acclaimed Seattle author. Near fine. (#5015020046ARC) $10.95
1006. Emmons, Carl. THE STYLIST (Signed). Harper Perennial, NY, 2007, 2007. First Edition. 1st printing. Trade pictorial
wraps. 342pp.. Signed by Emmons on title page. The author's debut novel, His Mother's Son, won the Ken Kesey Award in 2003.
Fine, like new. (#5019008)
1007. Emmons, William Harvey. THE ENRICHMENT OF ORE DEPOSITS. Wash DC, 1917., 1917. First Edition. Rebound in
brown buckram. 530pp. Illustrations. Tables. USGS Bulletin 625. Scientific treatment of precious & other metals. fos on title page &
small library number on verso. Fine. (#0107055)
RIVERS. Washington DC: 30th Congress, Wendell & Van Benthuysen, 1848. 5th issue. House Ex. Doc. No. 41. 30th Congress, 1st
YEARS 1846-'47. Bound in recent cloth (ca 1950?), moderately soiled, with early or original label. 614pp. All 64 plates present + the
3 single page sketches & 3 folding maps (browning at folds, splitting at many folds, some chips) in the rear. This copy includes the
huge folding map called for by Wagner-Camp-Becker only in the Senate edition, (but noted by Howes in some copies) "Military
Reconnaissance of the Arkansas Rio del Norte and Rio Gila." Th e second map, "Sketch of part of the march & wagon road of Lt.
Colonel Cooke." appears to be complete, but has smaller dimensions than WCB describes. The large Emory map (76 x 165 cm) is in
predictably fragile condition at the folds, with many of them split. However, to quote Carl Wheat (Trans-Mississippi, Vol. III, p.6),
"The map of Lieutenant Emory (including the map of Abert and Peck and the map of Cooke) is a document of towering significance
in the cartographic history of the West". "epoch making" (p. 7). A tight copy with new endpapers. Foxing throughout. Old waterstains
to the upper margins, not affecting the images of the plates. A rarity of American military history & exploration. Graff 1249, Cowan
p195, Howes E145, W-C 148:5, SFT 188. Feb. 9, 1848 (#0111052)
1009. Enfield, Dr. J. E. THE MAN FROM PACKSADDLE A Thrill Packed Narrative of the Exciting Adventuresome Days of
Early Oklahoma. House - Warven, Hollywood, 1951, 1951. First Edition. Cloth. 186pp. The author's memoir of "'Cimarron days' of
Oklahoma -- of a great crisis in my life" when he rode the "outlaw trail". The knock on this book is that Enfield used fictitious names,
"to avoid injury to any person dead or alive." Full photo of armed Dr. Enfield in cowboy outfit is on the front dj panel. Another
portrait on back panel, with some bio indicating his move to the San Joaquin Valley & the fine reputation of his medical practice. Fine
in slightly edgeworn, pc dj; backstrip is faded, typical for red jackets. Rather scarce now. 6-guns 680, Herd 767. (#0711117) $42.75
1010. Engelbrecht, Edward. One True God Understanding the Large Catechism II 66. St. Louis: Concordia Pub House, 2007.
First Edition. Glossy wraps. 150 pp.. An investigation of Martin Luther's Large Catechism vis a vis those who say we all worship the
same god. Upper corner bumped through first half of text, with wrinkling to covers & several pages in. (#THEO001)
1011. Engelhardt, Fr. Zephyrin. THE MISSIONS AND MISSIONARIES OF CALIFORNIA Vol I. Santa Barbara: Mission Santa
Barbara, 1929. 2nd Edition. "Second Edition; Third Thousand." Cloth with gilt-stamped spine. 784pp. Illus. Appendix. Index. Folding
maps. Volume One (note says only one reprinted). Fine. No dj (as issued?). Scarce. Cowan p196 ("All of the writings of this learned
author are of most extensive research and great historical worth.") (#1408042) $75.04
1012. Epps, Bernard. THE OUTLAW OF MEGANTIC One man's fight against injustice: A Canadian Legend (Signed).
Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1988. Reprint. Pictorial wraps. 163pp. Notes. Map of Morrison's Country & the Scottish Settlements.
Signed by Epps. "On a sunny afternoon in 1888... Donald Morrison won a gun duel with a man who was out to kill him (setting) off
one of the longest and most extensive manhunts in Canada." A nice Quebec frontier item. Vg with minor cover creases. Scarce signed.
1013. Erdoes, Richard (Edit.). TALES FROM THE AMERICAN FRONTIER. NY: Pantheon Books, 1991. First Edition. 1st
printing. Gilt-stamped cloth & boards. 443pp. Illustrated with silhouette drawings. Ohio Fever. Long Hunters. Backwoodsmen. Gold.
Timber. Mountain Men. Cattle. Much more. Fine in dj. (#1408043)
1014. Erickson, John R. THROUGH TIME AND THE VALLEY. Austin: Shoal Creek, 1978. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth.
185pp. Illus. Index. A nice book on ranching in the range country of the Texas Panhandle. Couple of chapters on Billy Dixon &
Adobe Walls. Canadian Depot Robbery. Fine in dj. (#1402041)
1015. Ernst, Donna B. SUNDANCE MY UNCLE (Signed). Creative, College Station, 1992, 1992. Limited First Edition. 1st
printing, ltd. to 1,500 copies. Cloth. 224pp. Illust. Bibliography. Index. Pictorial endpapers of the famous photo of the Wild Bunch.
Presentation signed by Ernst. Dj says that the author's husband is a descendant of the Longabaugh family. Fine in dj. Quite scarce.
1016. Erwin, Allen A. THE SOUTHWEST OF JOHN HORTON SLAUGHTER 1841-1922 Pioneer Cattleman and Traildriver of Texas, the Pecos, and Arizona and Sheriff of Tombstone. Arthur H. Clark, Glendale, 1965, 1965. First Edition. 1st
edition. Cloth. 368pp. Illust. Bibliography. Index. Fldg map. Vol. X of the Arthur H. Clark Company's Western Frontiersmen Series.
A highly sought cowman biography. Fine in dj. 6-guns 682, Clark 78. (#0401053)
1017. Erwin, Richard E. THE TRUTH ABOUT WYATT EARP. Privately Published, 1991, 1991. ARC. GALLEY PROOF.
Unpaginated. "Bound" in three-ring black binder with copy of front cover picture from published book on cover of binder. Contents.
Appendix. Index. Epilogue. Summary. Bibliography. The first (cover) page is reinforced at torn punch holes. I do not know how many
galleys were printed, but this is the only one I am aware of. Note that the copyright date is one year previous to the 1992 first & ltd
edition. All sheets in fine condition except first page punch hole edges as noted. The binder is in fine condition. (#0505059ARC)
1018. Eskimos) Canadian Museum of Civilization. ZEITGENOSSISCHE KUNST DER INDIANER UND ESKIMOS IN
KANADA (Contemporary Art of the Indians and Eskimos in Canada). Ottawa: Canadian Mus of Civ, 1988. Large, heavy 4to
glossy pictorial wraps. Edition Cantz. 641pp. Beautifully illustrated with color plates & b/w photos. Biographies of the artists. Printed
in German, of course. One of the finest catalogues of Indian & Eskimo art I have ever seen. Even if you are unable to read the text
essays, the plates are wonderful. Near fine. Virtually no wear. (#0811066)
1019. Eskimos). Los Angeles Country Schools Division of Curriculum. ESKIMOS A Monograph of Source Materials for
Teachers. L.A. Div. of Curriculum, 1934, 1934. First Edition. 4to library floral cloth. 40pp + 5pp., printed on one side. Bibliography.
Map of Alaska. Splendidly illustrated with some sort of offset pen & ink drawings taken from a variety of other sources. People,
Dwellings, Utensils, Transportation, Religion, Amusements, Plants & Animals, jewelry, etc.. Dept. of Public Instruction State of
California & related ink stamps. Also, stamp, "This book is the property of the Glendora School District..." Inside of first leaf is
written, "Copy 1". Two leaves have long tear repairs with old tape. Covers with edge wear. Good. Unusual. (#0805047)
1020. Essex, Alice. THE STANWOOD STORY. (Washington). Stanwood: Stanwood News, 1971. First Edition. 4to pictorial
wraps. 125pp. Illustrated with some great b/w vintage photos. Pencil fos, "Property of W___ L___ Lynden Tribune". A good NW
Washington State local history item. Ink price on ffep. Near fine. Uncommon. (#1111051)
1021. Eugene, Oregon). Coons, Frederica B. EARLY HISTORY OF EUGENE (A Resource Unit for Seventh Grade Social
Living). Eugene, n.d., 0. First Thus. Mimeographed with pictorial front paper cover, bound in plastic folder. 44pp. Fine condition.
Obituary of Coons pasted to t-p. N.d. (#0007044a) $13.12
1022. Eureka, California. RUBY COPPER COMPANY Agreement To Purchase Stock. (Signed). N.p., 1912. Paper. Not a book.
19th August, 1912. Signed by J. E. Hadley. 4" x 8 1/2". Refers to 100 shares subscribed by Fred Meyers, Sonoma, California.
Thumbnail size chip curved 1/4" deep on bottom edge; formerly folded twice. Good+. (#0303051)
1023. Evans, Justin. A GOOD AND HAPPY CHILD. Shaye Areheart Books, NY, 2007, 2007. ARC. Advance Reader's Edition.
Trade pictorial wraps. 322pp. A literary thriller. Fine, like new. (#5001072ARC)
1024. Evans, R. G. MURDER ON THE PLAINS Western Canada's Dramatic Crimes! Frank Anderson, Calgary, (1968), 1968.
Reprint. Early reprint. Pictorial wraps. 63pp.. Illustrated with vintage photos. Six well researched accounts of individual cases of
murder on the Western Canadian frontier, especially in Alberta. Fine. Scarce now. (1968) (#0404040)
1025. Everson, William. Bartlett, Lee (Ed.). EARTH POETRY Selected Essays & Interviews of Everson 1950 -1977. Berkeley:
Oyez, 1980. First Edition. Cloth. 251pp. Everson is otherwise known as Brother Antoninus. His works are highly treasured. Fine in dj.
1026. Evison, Jonathan. WEST OF HERE (Signed). Chapel Hill: Algonquin, 2011. ARC. Pictorial trade wraps. 486pp. Signed by
Evison with the declaration "Onward!". Set on the Washington Coast. Fine. (#Pa025bARC)
1027. Ewers, John C. ARTISTS OF THE OLD WEST. NY: Doubleday & Chanticleer Press, 1973. First Thus. 1st printing thus.
4to pictorial cloth. 240pp. Wonderfully illustrated. Peale (Charles & Titian), Saint-Memin, Seymour, King, Neagle, Rindisbacher,
Catlin, Bodmer, Miller, Kurz, Bingham. Fine in dj, which has the Remington "Stampeding The Herd" painting. (#1506044) $31.39
1028. Ewers, John C. ARTISTS OF THE OLD WEST. Garden City, 1973., 1973. Limited First Edition. Limited/Numbered.
Enlarged edition. Quarto. Special pictorial, simulated leather. Copy #194. 240pp. Profusely illust. Tipped to the title page is the
publisher's printed limitation sheet. A handsome volume. Fine in moderately edgeworn slipcase. Dykes 50 passim. (#9304054)
1029. Ewers, John C. VIEWS OF A VANISHING FRONTIER. Omaha: Joslyn Art Museum, 1984. First Edition. 1st edition thus
in 4to pictorial glossy wraps. 103pp. Finely illustrated with cultural artifacts & the work of Karl Bodmer. Endpaper maps. Fine.
1030. Fairbanks, Carol. PRAIRIE WOMEN: Images in American and Canadian Fiction. New Haven: Yale Univ Pr, 1986. First
Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 300pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Fine in dj which is slightly fading at backstrip. (#1204049)
1031. Fales, Susan L., and Flake, Chad J. MORMONS AND MORMONISM IN U.S. GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS. Utah,
SLC, 1989, 1989. First Edition. 1st edition. Silver-stamped cloth. 357pp. Author, Subject, Title, & Series indices. A useful
bibliography of 1,440 documents! Fine, no dj as issued. Allen p162. (#0508040)$21.32
1032. Fall, Albert B.; Stratton, David H. (Ed.). THE MEMOIRS OF ALBERT B. FALL. El Paso: Texas Western, 1966. First
Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps (Cisneros drawing). 63pp. Illus. References. Southwestern Studies Vol IV, No. 3. Stratton was
the editor & added annotations. fos on top of front cover. Fine. Scarce now. (#1408044) $35.02
1033. Faris, John T. WINNING THE OREGON COUNTRY. NYC: Presbyterian Home Missions, 1911. First Edition. 1st printing.
Pictorial wraps. 241pp. Illus. Index. Fldg map of U. S. showing routes to the Oregon Country by Lewis/Clark, Whitman's Ride
Eastward, Jason Lee, & mission sites. Some wear to covers; bottom spine chipped, split at bottom front panel. Good. (#1506045)
1034. Farley, Walter. THE BLACK STALLION RETURNS. Random House, NY, 1945, 1945. 9th printing. Pictorial cloth. 229pp.
Illust. fos/date on front paste down. Wear to 1" of bottom edge of front cover. Good in edgeworn & slightly chipped dj. (#5010038)
1035. Farnham, Albert B. HOME MANUFACTURE OF FURS AND SKINS A Book of Practical Instructions. St. Louis: A. R.
Harding, 1916. First Edition. Pictorial cloth. 285pp. Illustrated with photos & drawings. 3pp of publisher's other fur/trapping books in
rear. Includes info on Indian Skin Dressing, Indian Fur Robes & much more. Owner's purchase info in pencil on front paste down.
Very light wear. Vg. Scarce in this condition. (#1011047)
1036. Farnham, Thomas J. (McCallum edition). AN 1839 WAGON TRAIN JOURNAL - TRAVELS IN THE GREAT
Privately Printed, 1977. First Thus. 1st printing thus of facsimile reprint printed in double columns. 4to decorated wraps. 108pp. One
page Intro to this edition by Rodney McCallum. Small chip to top left of front cover, else fine. This reprint uncommon. W-C 85 ("...
the best account of the first overland-to-Oregon migration of settlers.") (#1408045)
1037. Farnum, William, actor). PHOTOGRAPHS. Witzel Studio, L.A., 0. Photographic Image. Not a book. THREE ORIGINAL
BLACK & WHITE GLOSSY PHOTOGRAPHS of the screen actor of many Westerns. Matted & framed in a "triptych" presentation
in one frame. Showing sizes (what you see) 7 1/4" x 9 1/8" (middle photo is 7" wide). Two are portraits from Witzel Studio in L.A..
The middle one is from a Western movie set. All have the actor in Western garb. Farnum (1876-1953) was one of three actor brothers.
He appeared in 140 movies & from 1915 to 1925 was one of Hollywood's most successful actors, pulling in $10,000 per week.
Exceptional photo quality. A great find! N.d. (#0007123)
1038. Farny, Henry). Carolyn M. Appleton and Natasha S. Bartalini. HENRY FARNY 1847-1916. U of Texas: Archer M.
Huntington Art Gallery, 1983. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to pictorial glossy stiff wraps. 50pp. Illustrated in b/w. Essays by the two
authors. fos. Published for an exhibit at the UT College of Fine Arts. Slight soil; minor crease at lower staple. Fine. (#1412053)
1039. Farquhar, Hilda Shutts. POEMS BY HILDA SHUTTS FARQUHAR. Privately printed, ca 1945, no place of publication, but
references to Louisiana., 1945. First Edition. Probable 1st & only edition. 4to printed wraps. 34pp + Appendix. The author's poetry
was apparently published in various publications in Louisiana. Vg. Rare. (#FTR011)
1040. Farr, William E. THE RESERVATION BLACKFEET, 1882 - 1945 A Photographic History of Cultural Survival
(Double Presentation copy). Seattle: Univ. of Wash., 1984. First Edition. 4to cloth with silver Indian pictorial line details/drawings.
210pp. Illustrated profusely with vintage b/w photos. Index. A long, several line inscription originally written by Farr to May Dull
Vallance on a card or other source has been re-written in Vallance's hand on the title page. She even signed it in behalf of Farr.
Vallance provided several photos for the book. Vallance also wrote a brief presentation to another person, Caroline Davis. Vallence
also wrote some rather extensive & interesting annotations below several photos. This book & the exhibit from which it was drawn
was the result of the author's belief that late 19th Century & 20th Century Blackfeet culture, & memory of cultural history, was being
lost. The extensive collection of photos, snapshots, etc., and the extensive text provided by Farr go a long ways in restoring that
memory. A tremendous book & nice association copy. Fine in dj. (#040804)
1041. Farrar, Guy B. THE FEATHERED FOLK OF AN ESTUARY. Scribners, 1939, 1939. No edition stated. Printed in Great
Britain. Silver-stamped cloth. 152p. Illustrated with b/w photo plates of birds, with essays on birds in Great Britain. Some darkening
to covers, else vg; no dj. (#FTR263)
1042. Fasenfest, Harriet. A HOUSEHOLDER'S GUIDE TO THE UNIVERSE A Monthly Guide on How to Get Back to Basics
and Change the World (Signed). Portland: Tin House, 2010. ARC. Advance Reader's Copy. Large trade pictorial wraps. 385pp.
Drawings. Tables. Signed by Fasenfest. Fine. (#SHEL606ARC)
1043. Faulk, Odie B. DEAR EVERYBODY: The Life of Henry B. "Heinie" Bass. Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Heritage
Association, OKC, 1982, 1982. First Edition. Gilt-stamped cloth. 406pp. Illust. Index. Bass' initials in facsimile on title page. Bass, of
Enid, Oklahoma, had a huge collection of books relating to Abraham Lincoln, the Civil War, cattle trails, the Cherokee Outlet, &
Oklahoma & the West in general, which ended up at OU. Lots of material on Enid & NW Okla. history. A volume in the Oklahoma
Trackmaker Series. Fine in original glassine dj. (#SHEL961) $12.50
1044. Faulk, Odie B. TOMBSTONE Myth and Reality (Signed). NY: Oxford, 1972. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 242pp. Illus.
Notes. Bibliography. Index. Presentation copy from Faulk to well-known Texas printer, Al Lowman. Fine in dj. (#1302045) $47.52
1045. Faulkner, William. Collins, Carvel, Edit. NEW ORLEANS SKETCHES. New York: Random House, 1968. First Thus. Giltstamped cloth. 139pp. With a new Preface by Collins, & an additional essay, Sherwood Anderson. Fine in dj with one short closed
tear at bottom of back panel. (#FTR066)
1046. Fechin, Nicolai). PERSIMMON HILL - NICOLAI FECHIN. OKC: Nat'l Cowboy Hall of Fame, 1978. Limited/Numbered.
1st printing in special edition ltd to 2,000 copies. This is copy #1598. Attractive linen over boards, inside of which is bound the
Persimmon Hill issue of Summer, 1978. 74pp. Illus. Signed on a special bookplate by Fechin's daughter, Eya, and Museum Director
Dean Krakel. A splendid issue devoted to the artist. The museum, now renamed, recently sold three Fechin paintings. Fine in dj.
1047. Feder, Norman. AMERICAN INDIAN ART. New York: Abrams, ca 1969., 1969. First Edition. Oblong 4to gilt-stamped
cloth. 445pp. Copiously illustrated with affixed color plates, this book remains one of the finest of the genre. A fine, bright copy in a
fine, bright dj. Oversized. (#9805055)
1751-1762. Norman: OU, 1962. First Edition. Cloth. 243pp. Illust. This volume covers Bussu's first two of three trips up the
Mississippi Valley, with much information on the Indians encountered. Fine fine in fine dj. Probably has never been read. Scarce. Cf.
Graff 363 & Howes B626. (#SHEL503)
1049. Feisel, Duane H. FEISEL'S CATALOGUE OF PARKING TOKENS OF THE WORLD 1966. American Vecturist
Assoc., Boston, 1966, 1966. First Edition. Gilt-stamped cloth. 142pp. Identification Key. Illust. fos. Vg. No dj (as issued?). (#NIC002
- 1)
1050. Feller, Bob; with Gilbert, Bill. NOW PITCHING: Bob Feller A Baseball Memoir. NY: Birch Lane Pr, 1990. First Edition.
1st printing. Cloth & boards. 231pp. Illus. Index. Fine in dj with price corner creased, but not clipped. (#5023031) $7.70
1051. Ferguson, Gary. HAWKS REST: A Season in the Remote Heart of Yellowstone (Signed). Wash D. C.: Natl Geographic
Adventure Press, 2003. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial trade wraps. 214pp. Signed & dated by Ferguson. Fine. (#1408046)
1052. Ferguson, Gary. THE YELLOWSTONE WOLVES The First Year. (Signed). Falcon, Helena, 1996., 1996. First Edition.
1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 174pp. Maps. Signed & dated by Ferguson in year of publication. Fine, as new. (#5008002)
1053. Fergusson, Erna. DANCING GODS Indian Ceremonials of New Mexico and Arizona. Albuquerque, 1957., 1957. First
Thus. 2nd edition (but 1st Univ. of New Mexico edition.). Cloth. 276pp. Illust/various artists, including the Taos Artists. Vg in slightly
darkened, pc dj, which is very slightly chipped. Dobie p29. (#9210057)$18.04
1054. Fergusson, Rosalind. CHOOSE YOUR BABY'S NAME A Dictionary of First Names. London: Bloomsbury Books, 1987.
3rd printing. Pictorial hardbound. 253pp. Calendar of Saints in back (10pp) month by month. Fine in dj. (#lynn035a)
1055. Ferrell, Robert H. & Richard Natkiel. ATLAS OF AMERICAN HISTORY. NY, 1987., 1987. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to
cloth. 192pp. Index. Extensive maps/photos. Includes short sections on Western expansion & Indian Wars. Ex-lib, but vg in dj.
1056. Ferrigno, Robert. SCAVENGER HUNT (Signed). Pantheon, NY, 2003., 2003. ARC. Advance Reader's Edition. Pictorial
trade wraps. 322pp. Signed & dated by Ferrigno in fall of year before publication. "Ferrigno at his bristling best." Fine, as new.
(#5012027ARC) $7.70
1057. Ferris, Robert G. (Edit.). PROSPECTOR, COWHAND, AND SODBUSTER Historic Places Associated with the Mining,
Ranching, and Farming Frontiers in the Trans-Mississippi West Vol XI. Dept of the Interior, Wash. DC, 1967, 0. First Edition.
Gilt-stamped cloth. 320pp. Illust. Maps. Suggested Reading. Notes. Index. Endpaper maps. A real good reference to all kinds of
important sites in the West. Fine, no dj probably as issued. (#0511043TWE)
1058. Fiedler, George. MINERAL POINT A History (Signed). Mineral Point: Mineral Point Hist Soc, 1962. First Edition. 1st
printing. Cloth. 216pp. Illus. Chronology. Bibliography. Endpaper maps. A "best wishes" presentation by the author to no one in
particular. M.P. is a historic town in SW Wisconsin. French. English. Black Hawk War. Railroads. Mining. Etc. Mild musty odor but
absolutely no traces of any exposure to moisture. In fact fine in fine dj. (#1408047)
1059. Field, Maria Antonia. WHERE CASTILIAN ROSES BLOOM. SF, 1954., 1954. Limited First Edition. Ltd to 500 copies. 11
1/2" folio gilt-stamped pictorial cloth. 142pp. Illustrated. Pencil reference on ffep to purchase at the well-known bookseller, David
McGee's Bookshop.The author's memoirs with much on the Spanish Mission era in California. Privately printed by the Grabhorn
Press. Fine. Rocq 56 85. (#9805056)
1060. Field, William T., Jr. (Principal Researcher). THE SWISS TEXANS. San Antonio: Institute of Texas Cultures, 1977. First
Edition. 4to pictorial wraps. 23pp. Illustrated with photos & prints. Owner's name/date on top of front cover. The first folks of Swiss
origin settled in Texas in 1821. Fine. Rather scarce. (#0903047)
1061. Fields, F. T. & Schiwetz, E.M. TEXAS SKETCHBOOK. Houston, (1955)., 1955. Revised Edition. Revised Edition. 4to pict
wraps. 92pp. Nice watercolors by Schiwetz. Pages slightly curled at bottom, else vg. Dykes 50 p358. (#0203049) $5.41
1062. Files, Lolita. SEX. LIES. MURDER. FAME. Harper Collins, NY, 2006, 2006. ARC. Advance Reader's Edition. Pictorial
wraps. 361pp. In excellent condition. "A sizzling satire set against the seductive backdrop of the affluent literary and music worlds
that explores the outrageous lengths to which three devout fame chasers will go to seek their fortunes." (#5017047ARC)
1063. Finger, Charles J. HIGHWAYMEN a book of gallant rogues. NY, 1923., 1923. First Edition. Red-stamped cloth. 258pp.
Stunningly illustrated from woodblocks by Paul Honore. Contents: Colonel Thomas Blood, Jack Sheppard, Dick Turpin, Claude
Duval, James Maclean, Jonathan Wild, Bill of Tierra del Fuego. The title page & facing frontispiece form two very elegant pages.
Fore & bottom edges untrimmed. Near fine in slightly chipped, moderately soiled, scarce dj. Other Finger books are listed in 6-guns.
Scarce. (#9802065)
1064. Finley, Mitch. YOUR ONE-STOP GUIDE TO MARY. (Signed). Servant, Ann Arbor, 2000., 2000. First Edition. 1st
printing. Decorated wraps. 154pp. Just in case you're confused as to which this Mary this is, it's the Mother of Jesus. Fine, like new.
1065. Finn, Janet L., and Crain, Ellen. MOTHERLODE Legacies of Women's Lives and Labors in Butte, Montana (Signed).
Clark City Press, Livingstone, 2005, 2005. First Edition. 4to cloth. 342pp. Illust. Index. Pictorial endpapers. General presentation
signed by both authors. We praise this book as being, we think, one of the finest & most important to come from a Western press in
the last few years. 17 contributors have written essays on life in Butte, Montana from the perspective of women. Subjects range
widely, but include everything from, but not limited to, medical practice, labor unions, ethnic presence, & education. Excellent content
& a simple, beautiful design with fine paper & printing. Unstated limitation of 500 copies in cloth. Fine in dj. (#0606052) $49.21
with the Harvey Collection of Early American Percussion Arms. Boston, (C.F. Libbie & Co.), 1911., 1911. First Thus. Wraps.
90pp. Illustrated with several plates of the weapons. 873 items described, with prices realized written in ink on the margins. Some
chips to covers & some edge stains. Good. (#9410056)
1067. Fischer, Al & Mildred. ARIZONA COOK BOOK. Phoenix, 1974., 1974. First Edition. 1st edition. Spiral bound wraps.
142pp. Illust/drawings. "Indian, Mexican, Western." Fine. (#0205049) $4.95
1068. Fishback, Kurt Edward. ART IN RESIDENCE: West Coast Artists in Their Space. Portland & Sacramento: Blue Heron
Pub & Solomon Dubnick, 2000. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to glossy pictorial wraps. 144pp. Illustrated with fine b/w portraits &
photos. A who's who of dozens of artists & photographers. Fine, as new condition. (#1402044) $50.02
1069. Fisher, Doris; Roberts, Allan. SALTIN' AWAY MY SWEET DREAMS Until My Sugar Comes Back to Me. NYC: Sun
Music Co., 1944. Sheet music. Copyright 1944; no other printings cited. Pictorial cover sheet music. 4pp. fos at top. Minor wear. Vg.
Originally played by Charlie Barnet & his orchestra & sung by Gwen Tynes. (#5008106) $20.00
1070. Fisher, Elizabeth Andrews. THE TOY TRADER (14 issues). Middletown: The Toy Trader, 1956. First Thus. 14 issues in
printed wraps, three-hole punched and bound into a 3-ring binder. Dec 1949, March 1955, Oct 1955, Dec 1955, Jan 1956, Feb 1956,
March 1956, April 1956, May 1956, June 1956, July 1956, Oct 1956, Nov 1956, Dec 1956. Various paginations. "THE PRIMARY
PURPOSE of THE TOY TRADER is to act as a springboard for dollmakers, collectors, doll dressmakers, and other interested
people." Good condition. Copies from the 1950s are scarce. (#5005059)
1071. Fisher, Karen. A SUDDEN COUNTRY: A Novel (Signed). Random House, Westminster, 2005, 2005. First Edition. 1st
printing. Cloth & boards. 366pp. Author's note. Signed by Fisher. "A vivid and revelatory novel based on actual events of the 1847
Oregon migration." Praised by Publisher's Weekly, et. al.. Fine, as new in dj. (#SHEL020)
1072. Fisher, Vardis; and Holmes, Opal Laurel. GOLD RUSHES AND MINING CAMPS OF THE EARLY AMERICAN
WEST. Caldwell: Caxton, 1968. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to cloth with gilt-stamped image of miner & donkey on lower front
cover. 466pp. Illust. Notes. Index of Illustrations. Selected Bibliography. Index. If your bookseller were to pick a half-dozen best
general survey books on Western mining, this would be right there at the top. Fine in dj with some stain inside the dj not affecting
outside of dj. Archival sleeve protected dj. (#SHEL426)
1073. Fiske, Turbes Lummis; Lummis, Keith. CHARLES F. LUMMIS: The Man and His West (Signed). Norman: Univ of
Oklahoma Pr, 1975. Limited/Numbered. Ltd to 200 copies of which this is #105. Cloth. 230pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Signed by
Keith Lummis. The subject of this book was one of the truly important writers in the early Southwest of Arizona, New Mexico, &
California. Fine in pc dj. (#1602049)
1074. Fitt, William C. (ed.) . UNION PACIFIC FEF-3 Class 4-8-4 locomotive drawings. Cadillac: Wildwood Publications, 1975.
1st Edition. 1st printing. Oblong folio pictorial wraps with plastic comb binding. 49 numbered pps. Illustrated with striking b/w
photos. Bound in are a number of highly detailed draftsman's drawings of the locomotive's parts, with several of them folded to open
up. Amazing book. Vg. Upper front cover corner has a dog ear. (#SHEL908) $85.00
1075. Fitzgerald, Roger; Volland, Susan. Off the Hook: Reflections and Recipes from an Old Salt (Signed). Berkeley, California,
U.S.A.: Ten Speed Pr, 2002. First Edition. Small quarto pictorial wraps. 1st printing. 221pp.. Small decorative illustrations. Signed by
both Fitzgerald & Volland, and dated in year of publication. Seafood recipes. Slightest of creases on first leaf corner. Fine condition.
1847)., 1847. First Edition. Original U.S. Government printing bound into modern labeled boards. (12pp.). 30th Cong, 1st Sess., Sen.
Ex. Doc. 1. A letter from Bent's Fort to Thomas H. Harvey, Supt. of Indian Affairs dated St. Louis, Sept. 18, 1847. "Broken Hand"
Fitzpatrick, a bright star luminous in the history of the fur trade, at this time was Indian Agent of the Upper Platte & Arkansas. Santa
Fe Trail information. Some foxing. Waterstain line especially visible on first & last pages. Vg condition nevertheless. W-C 133, SFT
207, Graff 1344. Very scarce. (#9506054) $127.58
1077. Flaming, Matthew. The Kingdom of Ohio a Novel (Signed). New York: Putnam Pub Group, 2010. ARC. Uncorrected Proof.
Trade pictorial wraps. 321 pp. Signed & dated by Flaming. Fine, like new. (#P3083bARC)
1078. Flanagan, John T. AMERICA IS WEST An Anthology of Middlewestern Life and Literature. Minn, 1945., 1945. First
Edition. Cloth. 677pp. Excellent collection of work: Henry Schoolcraft, Carl Sandburg, Louis Hennepin, Jonathan Carver, & many
other historians & writers. Fine in top edge worn, pc dj. (#0011046) $6.56
1079. Fleharty, Eugene D. WILD ANIMALS AND SETTLERS ON THE GREAT PLAINS. Norman: OU, 1995. First Edition.
Cloth. 316pp. Illus. "Reference List". Index. "This unique history chronicles reciprocal relations between settlers and the native fauna
of Kansas from the end of the Civil War until 1880." Fine, like new in dj. (#1104043) $12.16
1080. Fletcher, Alice C., and La Flesche, Francis. THE OMAHA TRIBE. Gov't Printing Office & Bureau of American Ethnology,
Wash. D.C., 1911, 1911. First Edition. 4to green, pictorial, gilt-stamped cloth. 672pp. Illustrated, including many b/w plates of
Indians, not just of Omaha Tribe. Folding map. Light scuffing near top of spine. Minor wear to extremities. Vg. Scarce. cf Graff 1348.
1081. Fletcher, W. F. THE ERA OF CHIEF OLD BONES (Signed). n.p.: Privately published, 1994. First Edition. 1st printing.
Cloth. 184pp. Illustrated in color and b/w. Frontispiece portrait drawing of Chief Old Bones by R. A. Fife. Rear endpapers have map
of eastern Washington State. Signed by Fletcher. A partial history of the Nez Perce in eastern Washington & partial biography of
Chief Old Bones. Short chapters on Lewis & Clark, Fort Walla Walla, Cayuse Indian War, Chief Oquosky (Old Bones' father), Old
Bones (born ca 1833), Chiefs Joseph, Kamiakin, & Timothy, Palouse Burial Site, Tucannon Burial, & more. Tiny blemish on front
cover & small corner bump to same. Vg+. No dj. Very scarce. (#1602050)
1082. Florin, Lambert. ALASKA, THE YUKON AND BRITISH COLUMBIA GHOST TOWNS. Seattle: Superior, 1971. First
Thus. 1st printing thus. 4to pictorial wraps. 72pp. Illustrated with the author's b/w photos. 22 towns. Great material! Small black-out
of price upper corner of front cover. Near fine. We carry a stock of fine 1st editions of Lambert's hardbound in dj books not specific to
states. Please inquire. (#1307035) $8.50
1083. Florin, Lambert. ARIZONA GHOST TOWNS. Seattle: Superior, 1971. First Thus. 1st printing thus. 4to pictorial wraps.
80pp. Illustrated with the author's b/w photos. 27 towns. Great material! Small black-out of price upper corner of front cover. Fine.
Scarce. We carry a stock of fine 1st editions of Lambert's hardbound in dj books not specific to states. Please inquire. (#1307036)
1084. Florin, Lambert. BOOT HILL and TALES THE WESTERN TOMBSTONES TELL. Superior, Seattle, 1966 & 1967,
1966. First Edition. Both copies 1st editions. 4to cloth. 192pp & 191pp. Profusely illustrated with b/w photos by the author. The
second volume has an index. Two volumes comprising the Historic Graves of the Old West series by the fine ghost town researcher &
compiler from Portland, Oregon. Both vol. fine in vg dust jackets with quite minor tears; some rubbing in places, & tiny chip or two.
Adams 150 #55 (Tales), 6-guns 738 (Boot Hill). 1966 & 1967 (#0502056)
1085. Florin, Lambert. COLORADO - UTAH GHOST TOWNS. Seattle: Superior, 1971. First Thus. 1st printing thus. 4to pictorial
wraps. 112pp. Illustrated with the author's b/w photos. 46 towns. Great material! Small black-out of price upper corner of front cover.
Fine. We carry a stock of fine 1st editions of Lambert's hardbound in dj books not specific to states. Please inquire. (#1307038)
1086. Florin, Lambert. GHOST TOWN TRAILS Third in the Western Ghost Town Series. Seattle: Superior, 1963. First Edition.
1st printing. 4to cloth. 192pp. Illus. Maps. A volume in a terrific series, perhaps the best, on the old ghost towns. Lambert, with good
explanatory text, took some of the most useful photos ever made before the towns fell apart. Fine in moderately shelf-rubbed dj.
1087. Florin, Lambert. NEVADA GHOST TOWNS. Seattle: Superior, 1971. First Thus. 1st printing thus. 4to pictorial wraps. 96pp.
Illustrated with the author's b/w photos. 38 towns. Great material! Small black-out of price upper corner of front cover. Fine. We carry
a stock of fine 1st editions of Lambert's hardbound in dj books not specific to states. Please inquire. (#1307040)
1088. Florin, Lambert. NEW MEXICO, TEXAS GHOST TOWNS. Seattle: Superior, 1971. First Thus. 1st printing thus. 4to
pictorial wraps. 80pp. Illustrated with the author's b/w photos. 25 towns (4 Tex). Great material! Slightly rubbed; near fine. We carry a
stock of fine 1st editions of Lambert's hardbound in dj books not specific to states. Please inquire. (#1307041)
1089. Flower, B. O. (Edit.). THE ARENA (October, 1892; Vol 6, No. 5). Boston: Arena, 1892. First Thus. 1st printing this issue.
Printed wraps. Pagination i - lxxx and Arabic pps 517 - 644. Illus. Table of Contents includes the following essays/articles: "Has
Islam a Future?", "The Negro Question in the South", "Should the Number of the Federal House of Representatives be Limited to its
Present Number?", "Social and Economic Influences of the Bicycle", "The Church and the World", "A Plea for the Prohibition Party",
plus a section titled, "Symposium on Women's Dress:" and "The Next Step Forward for Women." This copy in very good, flexible
condition, but we note that the top one-fifth of the paper over the spine is missing. It appears most or all of the pertinent info on the
spine is, however, present. (#SHEL970)
1090. Fly, Shelby M. THE SAGA OF THE CHOUTEAUS OF OKLAHOMA: French Footprints in the Valley Grand
(Signed). Levite of Apache, Apache, 1988, 1988. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 45pp. Illustrated with photos & sketches. Short
bibliography. Signed on the title page by Fly, & signed by the famous Oklahoma Cherokee ballerina, Yvonne Chouteau, on the back
cover in a lower corner of her portrait. Tiny crease upper corner of front cover; near fine. Very scarce. (#0711122) $90.00
1091. Folklore). MIDWEST FOLKLORE Volume III, Number Two. Bloomington: Indiana University, 1953. First Edition.
Pictorial wraps. (50pp). Summer, 1953. Owner's address label on top of title page. "Jump Rope Rhymes from Arkansas" (Vance
Randolph), "The Role of the Folklore in Post-Biblical Jewish Culture" (Gilbert M. Rubenstein), "Proverbs in the Novels of James
Fenimore Cooper" (Warren S. Walker), Book Reviews, Editor's Page. Very slight wear. Essentially fine. (#5002048)
1092. Folsom, Michael M., (ed.). NORTHERN COLUMBIA PLATEAU LANDSCAPES Narrative and Field Guide. Cheney:
E. Wash Univ Press, 1984. First Edition. 4to pictorial wraps. 71pp. A few maps & drawings. Information on climate, soil, vegetation,
aboriginal peoples, railroads, etc. Near fine, with wrinkle from bindery on lower spine. (#1011048)
1093. Folsom, W. H. C. (E. E. Edwards, Edit.). FIFTY YEARS IN THE NORTHWEST. (St. Paul): Pioneer Press, 1888. First
Edition. 1/2 leather & cloth. 763pp. Illustrated with engraved portraits of leading men of Wisconsin & Minnesota. Introduction:
Genealogy of the author & autobiographical account of the author. Chapter 1 is his "Going West from Maine to Galena, Dubuque,
Prairie du Chien & other travels. A number of biographies of important persons follows. Chapters 2 - 23 are county & township
histories & biographies (many!). Counties: Stillwater, St. Croix, Polk, Pierce, Burnett, Washburn, Sawyer, Barron, Ashland, Bayfield,
Douglas, Pine, Kanabec, Isanti, Mille Lacs, Chisago, Washington, Stearns, Anoka, Sherburne, Benton, Morrison, Crow Wing, Aitkin,
Carlton, St. Louis, Lake, Cook, Hennepin, Ramsey, Dakota, Goodhue, Wabasha, & Winona. The Appendix includes "Miscellaneous
Incidents, Indian Treaties, etc." Dedication is "To the Old Settlers of Wisconsin and Minnesota." This copy gentle ex-lib with a nice
public library book plate on the front paste down & a small reference dept. label. Otherwise 3 minor stamps on the front paste down.
No other stamps. No marks, perforations or pockets. No edge stamps. No spine label. Re-backed with a new, silver-stamped (title)
spine. Usual wear to other cover corners with exposure of boards. Floral endpapers. Marbled edges. A tight, serviceable, decent
looking copy. Vg. Scarce. Howes F228. (#1003044) $149.85
1094. Forbes, Jack D. APACHE NAVAHO AND SPANIARD. Norman: OU, 1960. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 304pp. Illus.
Bibliography. Index. Maps. Fine in dj. (#1602051) $10.93
1095. Ford, G. M. BLACK RIVER (Signed). Morrow, NY, 2002, 2002. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & bds. 308pp. Signed by
Ford. Fine, as new. Small crease in rear spine corner of dj. (#5014011) $20.25
1096. Foreman, Carolyn Thomas. OKLAHOMA IMPRINTS A History of Printing in Oklahoma before Statehood. OU,
Norman, 1936, 1936. First Edition. Decorated cloth. 499pp. Illust. Index. A key work essential for any serious library on Oklahoma.
Fine in dj which is chipped narrowly (under 1/4") at the bottom of the backstrip. Rader 1428. (#0711123) $83.25
1097. Foreman, Grant. ADVANCING THE FRONTIER 1830 - 1860. OU, Norman, 1933, 1933. First Edition. Cloth. 363pp.
Illust. Bibliography. Index. Maps, including folding maps. One of the all-time outstanding scholarly books dealing with government
policy & the placing of Native Americans in Indian Territory. Frontier garrisons (Ft. Gibson, Towson, etc.), Osage Indians, Choctaws,
Creeks, Cherokees, Chickasaws, Comanches, etc.. The back cover was scratched (two 3" marks slightly penetrating the cloth at a
couple of points), else fine in dj with a few small chips. The dj flaps have been clipped at the corners, but it appears that was done by
the publisher. Scarce in the dj. Rader 1429, Dobie p29. (#0711124)
1098. Foreman, Grant. ADVANCING THE FRONTIER 1830 - 1860. OU, Norman, 1968, 1968. First Edition. 2nd printing. Cloth.
363pp. Illust. Bibliography. Index. Maps, including folding maps. Important & scholarly study of the settlement of Eastern Indians in
to Indian Territory. Much material on frontier garrisons. Fine, bright copy in pc dj. Rader 1429, Dobie p29. (#0711125)
1099. Foreman, Grant. ADVANCING THE FRONTIER 1830 - 1860. Norman: OU, 1933. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 363pp.
Illus. Bibliography. Index. Maps, including folding map. A very important book by a master historian on the Southeast Civilized
Tribes and others, including the Comanches, especially as related to Indian Territory. Near fine, lacking the dj. Rader 1429, Dobie
p29. (#1602052)
1100. Foreman, Grant. THE LAST TREK OF THE INDIANS. U of Chicago, Chicago, 1946, 1946. First Edition. 2nd impression
of 1st edition. Pictorial cloth. 382pp. List of Tribes. Bibliography. Index. fos. There's not much in the way of illustrations, but there
are several excellent, detailed folding maps. A scholarly study by the fine historian on the removal of & policies pertaining to several
tribes: Ohio, Potawatomi, Miami of Indiana, Sauk, Foxes, Osage, Kaw, Quapaw, Modoc. The author served on the Dawes
Commission. Fine in edgeworn dj with large price clip that cuts away some of the flap text. A very scarce book in any early printing.
1101. Foreman, Grant. PIONEER DAYS IN THE EARLY SOUTHWEST. Arthur H. Clark, Cleveland, 1926., 1926. First Edition.
Red cloth gilt-stamped on spine. 349pp. Bibliography. Index. Illus. One map inside ((sketch map of Three Forks & Ft. Gibson).
Folding map (Routes of Early Explorations & Expeditions). fos (J. B. Murry?) on the ffep dated Mch 8, 1926. One of the truly classic
books on the Southwest, with information on the Indian Territory & surrounding region "based primarily on original research of
unpublished manuscripts and contemporary newspapers dealing with the period between the Louisiana Purchase and the Mexican
War" (Clark): Fort Smith & Fort Gibson, early traders on the Arkansas River, treaties, Sam Houston, Osage Indians, etc.. The folding
map has a long tear near a fold, but has been closed with neutral Ph thin archival tape. The back cover is faded in a wide strip near the
spine & top edge. Spine lightly faded. A tight copy of a scarce book. Rader 1436, Howes F260, Clark 96. (#0711131)
1102. Foreman, Grant. SEQUOYAH (Signed). OU, Norman, 1938, 1938. First Edition. Cloth with paper spine title label. 90pp.
Illust. Index. fos on ffep. Presentation inscription to Nell Thomas Wade "From your friends Grant Foreman and Carolyn Thomas
Foreman (both Grant & Carolyn signed it), dated in Washington (D. C.) June 10, 1938. A nice, brief biography of the great Cherokee
linguist. Very lightly soiled. Near fine. Part of the dj flaps were clipped & laid in. Very scarce signed, especially by both of these great
Oklahoma historians. (#0711132) $157.50
1103. Foreman, Grant. THE FIVE CIVILIZED TRIBES. (Association signed). Norman, 1966., 1966. 2nd printing. Cloth. 455pp.
Illust. Bibliography. Index. Fldg map. Signed & dated by Montana/Indian Wars historian Dorothy M. Johnson. One of the several
classic, scholarly books by Foreman. Fine in pc dj with some typical fading to backstrip. Rader 1432. (#0003049) $29.52
1104. Foreman, Grant. INDIANS AND PIONEERS (Association Book Plate) The Story of the American Southwest Before
1830. OU, Norman, 1967., 1967. Revised Edition. 2nd printing of Revised Edition (originally revised in 1936). Cloth. 300pp. Illust.
Bibliography. Index. Folding map. Art bookplate of historian Dan Thrapp and his wife, Margie, on ffep. A classic title in the
Civilization of the American Indian Series. Fine in dj. No longer common. Rader 1435 , Howes F259. (#0208057) $39.37
USDA. Washington, D.C.: U. S. D. A., 1940. 27 pamphlets bound together, both reprints & 1st editions, originally 1910s to 1940s.
Various paginations. "Compiled for the County Extension Agents and Teachers of Vocational Agriculture of Wisconsin by the Forest
Service USDA In Co-operation with Fred B. Trenk & Roy M. Carter, Extension Foresters, Wisconsin." 13 Farmers Bulletins; 3
leaflets; 8 Misc Pubs; 3 Wisc Pubs. A great resource for study of forest management in relation to farming before & during the Great
Depression. Very scarce set, bound with metal brackets. Vg. (#1402046)
1106. Forrest, Earle R., and Hill, Edwin B. LONE WAR TRAIL OF APACHE KID Last of the Old Apache Renegades
(Signed). Pasadena: Trail's End, 1947. First Edition. 1st printing (not the ltd edition). 143pp. Illus/Photos. Endpaper maps ("Lone War
Trail of Apache Kid"). Bibliography. Index. Tipped in page with 21 line, 1956 presentation by Forrest to a Pac NW bookseller relating
that in 1903 he (Forrest) first heard & began collecting Apache Kid stories, & later met co-author Hill, & etc.. ALSO LAID IN: 1
page TLS (typed signed letter), also 1956, from Forrest to the same bookseller. In the letter he refers to trapper (?) "Black" Harris, and
also California Joe Milner (clan survivors "fought over Joe's few possessions..."). Other references in letter as well. Also laid in 3
printed legal size pps from Natl Archives on Western and Frontier Subjects. Near fine in dj, which has minor, quite small chips/wear
at corners & top/bottom of backstrip. A great presentation & a unique copy. 6-guns 748. (#1204052)
1107. Fossett, Frank. TOURIST GUIDE TO COLORADO IN 1879. Colo Springs: Gold Dirt Press, 2002. First Thus. Revised
edition. Glossy pictorial wraps. 150pp. Illust. Index. Traces of wear on covers. Vg+. Rather scarce. (#0909058)
1108. Foster - Harris. THE LOOK OF THE OLD WEST. New York: Viking, 1955. First Edition. 4to cloth. 316pp. Nicely
illustrated with drawings of various aspects of Western life. Bibliography. Index. A good general study of the West & its trappings.
Abrasion to upper ffep. Owner's address label on same. Good in shabby dj. 6-guns 751, Herd 828. (#0909059)
1109. Foster, Amy (Signed). When Autumn Leaves. New York: Overlook Pr, 2009. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 287 pp. Signed
by Foster, the daughter of "award-winning record producer and composer David Foster". The author has her own growing set of
credentials as song & fiction writer. "What can one woman do with a little magic on her side?" Fine, like new. (#P2030)
1110. Foster, John & Janet. TO THE WILD COUNTRY. NY, 1975., 1975. Later printing. 4to cloth. 155pp. Illust. Nice reference
to several Canadian parks & wilderness areas. Vg. (#9502054)
1111. Foster, Kennedy (Signed). All Roads Lead Me Back to You. New York: Pocket Books, 2009. First Edition. Trade pictorial
wraps. 344 pp. Signed & dated shortly after publication by Foster. A first novel, set in Washington State, about horses and vaqueros &
trying to avoid the Immigration Service. Fine, like new. Well reviewed. (#P2037)
1112. FotoFest; Kossoy, Boris; Castro, Fernando; Philippe, Marta Sánchez. IMAGE AND MEMORY: Photography from Latin
America, 1866-1994 (English and Spanish Edition). Austin: University of Texas Press, 1998. 1st Edition. 1st printing. 4to oblong
cloth. 450pp. Illus. Bibliography. Artist Biographies. Index. Lenders List. Heavy book, but sumptuous. Fine in dj. Unread.
1113. Fowler, Jacob (Elliott Coues, Ed.). THE JOURNAL OF JACOB FOWLER Narrating an Adventure from Arkansas
through the Indian Territory, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, and New Mexico, to the Sources of the Rio Grande Del Norte
1821 - 22. Ross & Haines, Minn., 1965, 1965. Limited First Edition. Cloth. 183pp. Index. A classic of exploration of the Southwest.
"First American traveler over much of the route." (Howes F298). Fine in pc dj. Rader 1458. (#0711428) $27.00
Lakeside Press, 1935. Lovely pictorial paper over boards. 62pp. Illust. "An Account of the Optical Planetarium and a Brief Guide to
the Museum." fos on front paste down, from 1937. Vg copy with minor wear at cover corners. (#5013059) $6.88
1115. Foxx, Jeffrey Jay (Margot Blum Schevill, Edit.). THE MAYA TEXTILE TRADITION. NYC: Abrams, 1997. First Edition.
1st printing. 4to cloth. 232pp. Lovely illustrations in color & b/w. Lots of text. Notes. Bibliography. Signed by Foxx. "Autographed"
sticker on front panel of dj. Fine in dj which has a couple of indentation scratches on front & back panels, which are seen against the
light. Very scarce signed. (#MI004)
1116. France, L.B. (Bourgeois). MOUNTAIN TRAILS AND PARKS IN COLORADO. Denver, 1887., 1887. First Edition. Giltstamped decor cloth. 224pp. Lovely engravings & simple line drawings. Decor endpapers. 1888 ink gift presentation (not author) on
first black page. The Frontispiece gives this advice to 19th Century workaholics: "He who idles in the woods one month in the year
will be blessed, if he but begin in time, and he who enables his servant so to do is blessed already." A memoir of mountain travel &
sport. Copyright date is 1886, but bibliographies identify this as the first edition. Hinges professionally redone. Moderate wear to
cover extremities. Vg. (#0003050) $62.33
1117. Franciscan Friars & Bryant Hausfeld, O. F. M. PADRES' TRAIL (Fall, 1981). St. Michaels, AZ: Bryant Hausfeld &
Franciscan Friars of the Province of St. John the Baptist, 1981. First Thus. Journal. 1st printing thus. Small 4to pictoral wraps. 16pp.
on glossy paper. Illus. This issue features Father Silver-The Kind Priest. Fine condition; no address label. Clean copy.
(#MISSION002) $10.00
1118. Franciscans). THE FRIARS MINOR IN THE UNITED STATES With a Brief History of the Orders of St. Francis in
General. Privately Printed under authority of the Very Reverend Ministers Provincial of the Friars Minor, Chicago, (1926), 1926.
First Edition. 4to decorative & pictorial cloth. 364pp. Illust. Includes short history of the order & of the order in the U.S., Provinces
whose histories & memberships are included to some extent: St. Louis, Cincinnati, New York, San Francisco, Pulaski (Wis), Lemont
(Ill), Washington D.C.. Also, the Mission Union, & Postal Directory & Telephones of all Franciscan Foundations in the U.S.. The
provincial sections includes paragraphs on many, many parishes, including New Mexico & Arizona. This is quite a compendium of
information. This copy gently ex-lib (blank label lower spine, stamp lower t-p, Date Due slip & pocket rear e-p) from the St. Francis
Seminary, Oregon. Lower cover corners bumped & text block slightly so. Good+. (#0603056)
1119. Frank, Bernard. OUR NATIONAL FORESTS. Norman: OU, 1955. First Edition. Decorated cloth. 238pp. Illus. Map.
Appendices. Index. Foreword by William O. Douglas. Fine in dj with trace of wear & small chip on bottom of back flap. (#1104045)
1120. Frank, Larry. NEW KINGDOM OF THE SAINTS Religious Art of New Mexico 1780 - 1907. Santa Fe: Red Crane Books,
1992. First Edition. Gilt-decorated 4to cloth. 319pp. Fabulously illustrated in color & b/w. This volume "traces the development of
religious art in northern New Mexico... More than three hundred santos are visually documented.. one-half in color." "An accessible
text details the history of santo-making. Profiles of the santeros are provided along with an in-depth investigation of their styles."
"This book draws on the resources of seven museums and of private collectors." Fine, as new in dj, but we note a vertical shadow on
each paste down, strangely from the archival plastic dj protector. Endpapers a gold & apparently the ink responded to the plastic -- not
a major flaw by any means, but needs to be noted. (#SHEL531)
1121. Franke, Paul. THEY PLOWED UP HELL IN OLD COCHISE! Douglas, 1950., 1950. First Edition. 1st edition. Decor
wraps. 58pp. Illust. "A Blazing Saga of Cochise County, Arizona America's Last Frontier." Vertical crease lower fr cover, mod
soiling. Near vg. 6-guns 758. (#9703041) $16.40
1122. Frankel, Laurie. THE ATLAS OF LOVE A Novel (Signed). NY: St. Martin's Press, 2010. First Edition. 1st printing.
Hardbound. 324pp. Signed by author on title page, "Love (signature)". Fine in dj. (#SHEL781) $22.50
1123. Franklin, Jimmie Louis. BORN SOBER Prohibition in Oklahoma 1907 - 1959. OU, Norman, 1971, 1971. First Edition.
Hardbound. 212pp. Bibliography. Index. Map. Foreword by former Gov. J. Howard Edmondson. Very interesting material involving,
of course, early Oklahoma politics. Fine in moderately edge-rubbed, pc dj. (#0711135) $20.25
1124. Franks, Kenny A. & Lambert, Paul F. EARLY LOUISIANA AND ARKANSAS OIL A Photographic History 1901-1946.
College Station, 1982., 1982. First Edition. 4to cloth. 243pp. Illustrated profusely with vintage photos. An excellent study on the
subject. Back pages with some dampstain to upper fore edge. Some waviness to back pages. Wavy dj due to exposure; in Brodart
protector. Good reading copy. (#0203051) $6.56
1125. Franks, Kenny A. THE RUSH BEGINS: A History of the Red Fork, Cleveland and Glenn Pool Oil Fields. Okla Heritage
Assoc., OKC, 1984, 1984. First Edition. 4to cloth. 163pp. Illustrated with photos. Endnotes. Bibliography. Index. Maps. Signed by
Franks. Fine in dj. Scarce now. (#0711136) $67.50
1126. Franks, Kenny A.; Lambert, Paul F. EARLY CALIFORNIA OIL: A Photographic History, 1865-1940. College Station:
Texas A & M Univ Pr, 1985. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to cloth. 243pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Slightly bumped cover corners,
thus vg+ in vg dj (short edge tear closed). (#1402047)
1127. Frantz, Donald G. COPYING IN COMPLEMENTS IN BLACKFOOT. N. D.: Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1974. A
college professor's photocopy bound in stiff 4to binder. 36pp printed on one side of 8" x 11" sheets. The author intended for this to be
an essay published in a larger volume. A linguistic study relating to the language of the Blackfeet. Good. Scarce. (#1412054) $35.02
1128. Fraser, Alexander. A HISTORY OF ONTARIO Its Resources and Development: Two Volumes complete. Toronto:
Canada History Co., 1907. First Edition. Full 4to leather with gilt-stamped titles on spine & decorative blindstamping on front & back
covers. 1,308pp. Illustrated with photos & portraits. Map. Marbled endpapers. a.e.g. The first 496pp. of Vol I comprise the provincial
history. The balance of Vol I (182pp) & all of Vol. II contain the biographies of leading men of Ontario. In the Contents of Vol I there
is an alphabetical Index of the biographies. The set generally in good+ condition with rubbing to joints & a 1 3/4" separation at the
upper joint of the front cover of Vol II. Hinges show some wear/cracking in places, but sound. Very scarce set. (#1011049) $182.34
1129. Fraser, Hermia. TALL BRIGADE True Adventures of Tom McKay, Brigade Leader for the Early Hudson's Bay
Company - a novel. Portland: Binfords & Mort, 1956. First Edition. 1st printing. Decorated cloth. 294pp. Endpaper maps. fos on ffep.
Historical fiction. Fine in pc dj. (#1408051) $20.01
1130. Frazee, Minnesota. PHOTOGRAPH, Albumen (1880s?). Photographic Image. Not a book. Circa 1880s Frazee, Minnesota
cabinet card, image 3 7/8" x 4 5/8". Albumen. Set on mat in side a "log" type frame. No glass over the photo/mat. Not photographer
identified. We identify this photo as highly likely of Frazee, MN, because the tall building on the right side has R. L. Frazee written on
the side. It is readable only with a magnifier. One internet site says of R. L. Frazee, "The Honorary Randolph L. Frazee, born July 3.
1841 in Ohio came to Minnesota in 1866. In1868 he moved from St. Cloud to Otter Tail City, and built a sawmill in 1872 where New
York Mills is now. This was first called Frazee's Mills. In the fall of 1872, he bought the Campbell-Chilton mill at Frazee, and a year
later had added a flourmill in northern Minnesota. These mills burned October 14, 1889. Mr. Frazee sold all his mill property in 1890
to A. H. Wilcox, who repaired the dam, rebuilding the sawmill on the old foundation the same year, and operating it until January
1897, when he sold to the Commonwealth Lumber Company." It is possible that this photo is of another town where R. L. had a mill,
but we're betting on Frazee. You Minnesotans will know. Anyway, a nice, vintage photo! ca 1885 (#SHEL287)
1131. Frazier, Charles. THIRTEEN MOONS (Signed). Random House, NY, 2006, 2006. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth &
boards. 422pp. The acclaimed recent novel by the author of Cold Mountain, primarily set in the lands of the Cherokee Nation in the
East. Fine, new in dj. The signature is on the title page. (#0711137)
1132. Frazier, Charles. THIRTEEN MOONS (Signed). Random House, NY, 2006, 2006. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth &
boards. 422pp. The acclaimed new novel by the author of Cold Mountain, primarily set in the lands of the Cherokee Nation in the
East. Fine, new in dj. The signature is on the title page. (#SHEL083) $27.88
1133. Frederick, Heather Vogel. HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS The Mother Daughter Book Club (Signed). NY: Simon &
Schuster, 2011. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. Signed by Frederick on the title page. For young readers. Fine in dj.
1134. Frederick, Heather Vogel. PIES AND PREJUDICE The Mother - Daughter Book Club (Signed). NY: Simon & Schuster
Children's Publishing, 2010. First Edition. Cloth & boards. 378pp. Signed by Frederick. Like new in dj. (#Pa017) $8.86
1135. Frederick, J.V. BEN HOLLADAY THE STAGECOACH KING A chapter in the development of Transcontinental
Transportation. Glendale: Arthur H. Clark, 1940. First Edition. Cloth. 334pp. Illust. teg. Bookplate of artist Harold Smith on front
paste down with slight offset on facing ffep. Laid in is a lengthy news clipping about Holliday's son. Vg, no dj as issued. A scarce
A.H. Clark book. Clark 89, 6-guns 762. (#9203051) $164.03
1136. Fredston, Jill. SNOWSTRUCK: In The Grip Of Avalanches (Signed). Orland: Harcourt, 2005. First Edition. 1st printing.
Cloth & boards. 342pp. Illus. Endpaper maps. (joined areas of Alaska, Yukon Terr., B. C.). Signed by Fredston on title page (not
inscribed to anyone; just the author's signature). "... a thrilling, fascinating, and inspiring narrative about avalanches: their causes, their
victims, and their predictability." Fine in dj. (#SHEL545)
1137. Freed, Lynn. The Curse Of The Appropriate Man (Signed). Orlando, Florida, U.S.A.: Harvest Books, 2004. First Edition.
1st printing. Trade pictorial wraps. 188pp. Publisher's note: "These witty, erotic stories explore the fierce bonds and hidden
compulsions that drive the lives of women, young and old." Fine, as new. (#5017042) $14.18
1138. Freedman, Leo (Editor). MISTER ROBERTS. Leo Freedman, NY, ca 1950, 1950. First Thus. Magazine size black & white
wraps (shoulders up portrait of Henry Fonda in uniform) with red masthead. 19pp. Illustrated with b/w photos. Back cover: "Leland
Hayward presents HENRY FONDA in Mister Roberts, etc." Vg. (#5008063) $12.15
1139. Freedman, Russell. COWBOYS OF THE OLD WEST. New York: Scholastic, 1993. First Thus. 4to pictorial wraps. 103pp.
For young readers, but illustrated with nice vintage cowboy & range photos. Ink letter/number inside front cover. Vg. (#1011050)
1140. Freeman, Allie E.; Bussewitz, Walter R. HISTORY OF HORICON (Signed). n.p.: Privately Published, 1948. First Edition.
1st printing. Gilt-stamped cloth. 126pp. Illus. Signed by Bussewitz. Map. Former owner's library stamp on ffep & date on rear free end
paper. A nice Wisconsin item. Horicon is near the famous Horicon Marsh. Moderate wear to extremities. Vg. No dj (issued?). Scarce.
1141. Freeman, G. D. (George Daud); Lane, Richard L. (Edit.). MIDNIGHT AND NOONDAY: Or the Incidental History of
Southern Kansas and the Indian Territory, 1871-1890. OU, Norman, 1985, 1985. First Thus. Fine reprint. Cloth. 304pp. Illustrated
with some photos. Maps. Chronology. Bibliography. Index. Editor's Introduction. Annotated extensively by Lane, this is the definitive
edition of Freeman's rare & important 1890 work on Caldwell, Kansas, with much on outlawry in Southern Kansas & the old
Cherokee Strip. Fine, like new in dj. 6-guns 763 (but Adams mistakenly confuses issues), Herd 843, 150 #56, Howes F353, Graff
1411, Dobie p121, Dykes Kid 21, cf Rader 1472, Reese 39. (#0711138)
1142. Freeman, G. D. MIDNIGHT AND NOONDAY or DARK DEEDS UNRAVELED giving twenty years experience on the
frontier; also the murder of Pat Hennessey, and the hanging of Tom Smith, at Ryland's Ford, and facts concerning the
TALBERT RAID, etc. Privately printed, Caldwell, 1890., 1890. First Edition. 1st issue. Printed paper over boards. 405pp. Illustrated
with one drawing opposite p. 273. Lacking the frontispiece portrait of Freeman & the Medicine Lodge plate opposite p. 321. Old
pencil signature of John Solf on the front paste down, & far later (11-14-66) ink signature of Ralph Solf on the same. One of the rarest
& most desirable of all outlaw & cattle books & a cornerstone of any serious library on Indian Territory, Kansas, & early Oklahoma.
This copy is water stained (see below) but is rebacked under original cloth spine with original boards and is in tight & stable reading
condition. Printing of title on front board is worn, typical of most surviving copies, but main title is mostly readable. Hinges
professionally redone. Paper worn from corners of boards, but corners were professionally stabilized. The water stain is as thus: ower
right corner of boards & lower fore edge of text block; lower part of text stained, but mostly on lower side margins. This copy may not
look good, and few 1st issue copies do, but it is a very flexible, sturdy, & easily usable/readable copy. A page edge tear or two have
been archivally closed. This is the 1st issue, not to be confused with the 2nd issue of 1890 or the 1892 edition. Exceedingly rare. 6guns 763 (where Adams mistakenly confuses the issue points), Herd 843 (Adams correct as far as he goes, but is incomplete), 150 #56
(Adams incomplete again), Howes F353, Graff 1411, Dobie p121, Dykes Kid 21, cf Rader 1472, Reese 39. (#0211055)
1143. Freeman, G. H. THE WINDING RIVER AND OTHER POEMS. Hutchinson, Kansas, no date., 0. First Edition. Original
tall printed & decor wraps, no printing stated. (24pp). Privately printed, dedicated by Freeman to his daughters, Lottie Lee & Edna
May. Poems of the Kansas prairies & one referring to our soldiers in WWI. Near fine condition with couple of tiny splits & a small
corner chip to overlapping covers. Scarce. n.d. (#5009030) $28.35
Outlines of the Origin and Ancient History of our Live Stock Animals. NY: Antiquarian, NY, 1959, 1959. Limited First Edition.
Facsimile reprint ltd to 550 copies, this copy unnumbered. Gilt-stamped 4to in 1/4 leather & buckram. 757pp. Illust. One of the "big
four" cattle books of all-time significance for the study of the range cattle industry, & made even more desirable with the Introduction
for this edition by authority Ramon Adams. A gorgeous, elegant reprint of the 1905 original. Fine in slipcase. Reese 41, Dykes HS
p87, Howes P636, Dobie p114, 6-guns 764, Graff 1412, Herd 844. Oversized. (#SHEL421)
1145. Freeman, Lewis R. ON THE ROOF OF THE ROCKIES The Great Columbia Icefield of the Canadian Rockies. NY:
Dodd, Mead & Co, 1925. First Edition. Royal 8vo pictorial & gilt-stamped cloth. 270pp. Illustrated in photo-gravure with the work of
the greatest of the photographers of the Can Rockies, Byron Harmon. The photos in this book are not commonly seen as they include
many of the expedition party, including Harmon, himself. Ex-lib from the Mazamas with their bookplate. Typical fading to spine &
edges. Untrimmed pages roughly cut, so some deep chips & fore edge margin loss to some pages. Small call number label on spine
with tape over it. Thus, good minus, but 1st edition copies scarce. Whale 444, Smith 3291. (#1011051)
1146. French, Wendy. Full of It (Signed). NY: Tom Doherty Assoc., 2007. First Edition. 1st printing. Trade pictorial wraps. 254pp.
Signed & dated by French in year of publication. Fine, like new. (#5020014) $9.50
1147. French, Wendy. SMOTHERING (Signed). NY: Doherty, 2003. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 301pp. Signed & dated by
French. A well-written novel about the relationships of daughters & mothers. Humorous. Insightful. A good book! Fine, as new in dj.
1148. Fretwell-Johnson, Hazel R. IN TIMES PAST A History of the Lower Jordan Creek Communities (Signed). Filer (ID):
Privately Published, 1990. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 207pp. Illus. Bibliography. 16pp are of Jordan Valley cemetery
list & another obit list. Signed by the author. A nice, scarce Idaho item by a local historian. Fine. (#1302047)
1149. Frey, John D. IS THE BIBLE INERRANT. Prairie Village (KS): Privately Printed, 1976. First Edition. Wraps. 43pp. Margin
highlights & some underlining, else fine. (#THEO004)
1150. Friedman, Ralph (Signed). THIS SIDE OF OREGON. Caldwell: Caxton Printers Ltd, 1985. 2nd printing. Pictorial wraps.
316pp. Illus. Index. Signed by Friedman. A finely researched book about people & places of Oregon, especially the coastal side. Vg.
1151. Friedman, Ralph (Signed). NORTHWEST PASSAGES A Book of Travel. Portland: Pars Pub Co, 1968. First Edition.
Pictorial wraps. 234pp. Illus. Index. Signed by Friedman. A fine regional travel writer / popular historian writes on places in the
Pacific Northwest, from Montana to British Columbia & even Yukon Terr.. Light wear to edges. Vg. Scarce signed. (#1003047)
1152. Frink, Maurice. COW COUNTRY CAVALCADE 80 Years of the Wyoming Stock Growers Association. Denver, 1954.,
1954. First Edition. Cloth. 243p. Illust. Fine in dj. Herd 852, 6-guns 776, Dykes HS p79. Uncommon now. (#9005058)
1153. Friswold, Carroll. FRONTIER FIGHTERS AND THEIR AUTOGRAPH SIGNATURES. LA, 1968., 1968. Limited First
Edition. Ltd to 600 copies. Pictorial wraps. 23pp. "An Account of the Famous Cozzens Register Book, Analysis of the Handwritten
Signatures and Summary Biographical Sketches of Myles Keogh and Sitting Bull." Vg. (#9304058)
1154. Fromm, Pete. AS COOL AS I AM (Signed). NY: Picador, 2003. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 388pp. Signed by Fromm.
An award winning (Pacific Northwest Booksellers' Assoc.) novel. Fine, as new in dj. (#5015012a)$19.50
1155. Fromm, Pete. HOW ALL THIS STARTED (Signed). Picador, NY, 2000., 2000. First Edition. Hardbound. Signed & dated
by Fromm soon after publication. 305 pp. Fine in dj. (#5001016)
1156. FrontierTimes). ARICKAREE! Summer, 1962. Western Publications, Austin, 1962. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 64pp.
Illust. "Eighteen features and a special array of authentic old-time photos..." Volume 36, #3. Fine condition. No mailing label.
INDIAN CAPTIVITIES OR LIFE IN THE WIGWAM. NY: Wells, 1873. First edition thus. Gilt-stamped & decorated cloth.
372pp (Frost) & 367pp (Drake). Illustrated with wood cuts/engravings. Appears to be the first printing of the two volumes combined,
Wigwam having been published in 1850. A thorough compendium of captivity accounts. Some fraying to cloth of spine heel, else vg.
Scarce. cf Howes D477. (#1302048)
First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 280pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Maps. Upper cover points slightly bumped; vg in vg dj. Luther 15.
1159. Fulbright, Jim, and Stehno, Albert (Editors). OKLAHOMA ROUGH RIDER: Billy Mcginty's Own Story (Signed).
Norman: Arthur H Clark, 2008. Limited/Numbered. Gilt-stamped hardbound. 218pp. Illus. Map. Notes Bibliography. Index. Copy #6
of an edition of 200 signed by both Editors, who added Commentary & Notes. One of Oklahoma's "Favorite Sons", a cowboy,
Spanish-American War Rough Rider, & musician (McGinty's Oklahoma Cowboy Band). Fine, like new. No dj as issued for this ltd
edition. (#SHEL826)
1160. Fulbright, Jim, and Stehno, Albert. THE VANISHED HERD The History of the Cherokee Strip Cowpunchers'
Association and the Cattlemen and Drovers of Early-Day Oklahoma (Signed). Wyandotte, OK: Privately Printed, 2011. First
Edition. 1st & limited printing (unstated). Pictorial hardbound. 507pp. Illus. Addendum. Index. Signed by both authors. A huge work
& labor of love and sure to be considered as one of the best books on the cowboys & ranchers of the old Cherokee Strip. Fine, as new;
no dj as issued. (#SHEL485)
1161. Fulbright, Jim. TRAILS TO OLD POND CREEK The Early Days of Trade & Travel in Northwestern Oklahoma
(Signed). Goodlettsville: Mid-South, 2005. First Edition. Pictorial trade wraps. 301pp. Illust. Maps. "Notes, Comments & Variants",
extensive Bibliography. Index. Signed by Fulbright. Excellent history of the central portion of the Cherokee Strip during Indian and
Oklahoma Territory days: Chisholm Trail, stage routes, ranching, outlaws, Indians, etc.. Fine, like new. (#SHEL798)
1162. Fulbright, Jim. W. D. "BILL" FOSSETT PIONEER AND PEACE OFFICER (Signed). Goodlettsville: Mid-South, 2002.
First Edition. Pictorial trade wraps. 289pp. Illustrated with photos & maps. Chronology, extensive Notes. Bibliography, Index. Signed
by Fulbright. A superb book, very well researched & written, on a largely overlooked Oklahoma & Kansas lawman who was
promoted to U.S. Marshal in Oklahoma Territory by Pres. Theodore Roosevelt. Fine, as new. (#SHEL337) $29.12
1163. Fuller, David. SWEETSMOKE A Novel of the Civil War. NY: Hyperion Books, 2008. First Edition. 1st printing.
Hardbound. 310pp. Enpaper maps of novel's location. Fine, like new in dj. (#5002053) $10.00
1164. Fuller, Tom; Ayre, Art. OREGON AT WORK 1859-2009. Portland: Ooligan Pr, 2009. 4to pictorial wraps. 175 pp. Illus.
Resources. Index. Useful history. Stamped "Review Copy" & bumped, torn on top edge. Reading copy only. (#1003052)
1165. Fulton, Frances I. Sims. TO AND THROUGH NEBRASKA By A Pennsylvania Girl. Lincoln, Journal Company, State
Printers, 1884., 1884. First Edition. Small 8vo decorated & gilt-stamped green cloth. 273pp. D�corated endpapers. A very old
bookseller's label (Raymer's, Denver) on corner of front paste down. Owner's initials in pencil on ffep & title-page. Fldg map, 13 1/2"
x 19 1/2", inside rear cover, "Fremont, Elkhorn and Missouri Valley R.R. and Connections. To the Free Homes for the Million
(singular)." Some splits at folds closed on backside with archival film. "this little work, which claims no merit but TRUTH is humbly
dedicated to the many dear friends, who by their kindness made the long journey and work pleasant to The Author." The author's
brother "was the originator of the colony movement" (The Nebraska Mutual Aid Colony, of Bradford, Penn.) & she was a member.
Fulton traveled around the state on the S.C. & P.R.R., the U.P., & the B. & M.R.R. Very interesting reading with references to famous
people & events (Buffalo Bill, Little Big Horn, Spotted Tail, etc.), good description of the country, the towns, etc. The personal
anecdotes & experiences are well written & engaging. General wear to covers & light to moderate fraying at corners. Hinges
professionally repaired. A good+ copy. Very scarce. Graff 1465, Howes F414. (#0111059)
1166. Furbush, Helen & McCroskey, Christine. LYING AWAKE (Signed). Harbor Island, Mamaroneck, 2004, 2004. First Edition.
1st edition. Oblong 4to pictorial hardbound. Unpaginated. Lovely illustrations. Signed by Furbush. Fine, as new in dj. (#5016031)
1167. Furtwangler, Albert. ACTS OF DISCOVERY Visions of America in the Lewis and Clark Journals. Illinois, Urbana, 1993,
1993. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 276pp. Notes. Index. Further evaluation of the range of vision & depth of findings of the
expedition, surpassing even "the enlightened instructions" given by Jefferson. Fine, as new in dj. (#0309053)
1168. Furtwangler, Albert. ACTS OF DISCOVERY Visions of America in the Lewis and Clark Journals (Signed). Urbana:
Univ of Illinois, 1993. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 276pp. Notes. Index. Signed by Furtwangler. An evaluation of the vision &
depth of the findings of the expedition. Fine, as new in dj. Scarce signed. (#1111057)
1169. Furtwangler, Albert. BRINGING INDIANS TO THE BOOK (Signed). Univ of Washington, Seattle, 2005, 2005. First
Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial trade wraps. 226pp. Illust. Map. Appendix: "The Disosway and Walker Letters". Notes. Works Cited.
Index. Signed by Furtwangler. An important, scholarly study of some of the missionary activity in the Pacific Northwest before &
after Lewis & Clark. Fine, as new. (#SHEL424)
1170. Fusch, Ed (As Reported By Spokane and Colville Indians). THEY WALKED AMONG US Scweneyti and The Stick
Indians Of The Colvilles (Signed). Riverside WA: Privately Printed, 2002. 2nd Edition. 1st printing thus of revised 2nd edition.
Plastic bound 4to pictorial yellow wraps. 44pp. Illus. Maps. Short bibliography. Signed by Fusch. The author, an active
anthropologist, put together this fine monograph on the presence of what others call "Sasquatch" or "Bigfoot" among the Spokanes &
Colvilles. Seweneyi "translates to 'tall, hairy, smells like burnt hair.'" Very scarce item. (#SHEL957)
1171. Futcher, Winnifred M. (Ed.). THE GREAT NORTH ROAD TO THE CARIBOO. Vancouver: Roy Wrigley Printing &
Pub. Co., 1938. First Edition. Tall 12mo gilt-stamped hardbound. 111pp. Illustrated with several vintage photos. Folding map of B.C.
interior from Vancouver to Prince George area. fos. A nice historical survey of the road to the Cariboo goldfields in British Columbia.
Wear to cover extremities, but in nice, vg condition. Whale 451. (#0903052)
1172. Gabriel, Ralph Henry (Ed.); et. al. THE PAGEANT OF AMERICA - Washington Edition (with 293 signatures). New
Haven: Yale University Press, 1925. First Thus. The unnumbered but limited Washington Edition. 15 volumes, each quarto and bound
in half leather and marbled boards. Profusely, but appropriately, illustrated with vintage b/w photos, maps, & facsimiles. Each volume
contains a lovely color frontispiece. Decorative endpapers. The pagination in each volume varies, but run pps. 327 - pps. 370. The
Pageant of America was published 1925 - 1929 in commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of
Independence. Gabriel was the general editor & specific editor of some volumes. Various other scholars edited other individual
volumes. The reach and depth of the researched material on multiple subjects and fields relating to the history, culture, and growth of
the United States is astounding. This set is signed in volume 1 by the President and founder of Yale University Press, George Parmly
Day. Let me now describe what is unique about this set being offered. It is accompanied by a cord-tied, leather bound (moderately
worn), cloth-lined folder of legal size. The folder contains 17 legal-sized pages, each printed with black & red lettering, and with two
blue shields unique to the Press. These pages, unlined, present the original signatures of approximately 293 (!) patrons. Each has
written his or her name and, along with it, his or her year of graduation from Yale, and his or her current city of residence (some add a
street address). Some signatures are naturally easy to read; others difficult. I attempted to do internet searches on many of them, but it
was a lot of work and I decided to discontinue. Of the 2-3 dozen I did research, I came up with businessmen, industrialists, doctors,
public officials, printers or publishers, and many more represented careers. Examples: Edward O. Goss, inventor of a "new
Pneumatic-Tire Valve" for bicycles; Sanford H. Wadhams, Army Distinguished Service Medal WWI, Ass't to Chief Surgeon
American Expeditionary Forces - General Staff; James P. Woodruff, founding family of Litchfield, & judge, Democratic leader of the
House, etc.; (Mrs.) C. H. Alvord, Hendey Machine Co.; Clifford D. Cheney - Cheney family of silk manufacturers; Robert C. Vance
- publication family; John M. Burrall - prominent cabinet maker and funeral director; Foster Rockwell - Yale football quarterback;
Stuart W. Jackson - you can reference him with the Lafayette Collection in Yale. He wrote a biography of LaFayette. Perhaps most
interesting to me was on page 13, the signature of the famous book collector, Edwin J. Beinecke, after whom, along with his brother,
the Beinecke Library at Yale is named. No doubt the right buyer of this set will find somebody really important that I have
overlooked. The set is in overall VG+ condition. Two volumes have wear to a short portion of a cover edge, exposing the board on
either a fore edge or a bottom edge. In spite of the heft of each volume, only one hinge was broken & has it has been professionally
repaired. Some volumes have moderate scuffing to the boards. Complete sets of this edition are scarce, but not rare or expensive.
The obvious value of the set being offered here is the remarkable portfolio of autographs/signatures. I have contacted Yale for
information about the Patrons/signatures and how they might have been acquired, but the appropriate departments have been unable,
or unwilling, to assist. Most signatures are of men and women from the northeastern seaboard, especially New York and Connecticut,
but some are from Chicago and the State of California. I might speculate that all these folks were back for a big reunion around 1925
and they really did help publish the work with their patronage, and/or purchased sets, but I have no evidence to support that idea. This
is a wonderful set for the information alone, but a truly unique set with all the signatures. (#1602054)
1173. Galbraith, John S. CROWN AND CHARTER The Early Years of the British South Africa Company. Berkeley: Univ of
California, 1974. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 354pp. Bibliography. Index. Maps. Small ink stamp vignette on ffep, else fine in dj.
1174. Galeries Lafayette. GRANDS MAGASINS AUX GALERIES LAFAYETTE. Paris: Galeries Lafayette, 1926. First Thus.
Most attractive hardbound (paper over boards) with raised decorative motifs. Binding in turquoise, pink, gold, light purple, and
black.432pp. Art deco printed endpapers. Includes highly detailed folding map (18 1/4" x 24 1/4"), "Plan de Paris" with some print in
red. Sections of book: 3pps Les Fetes a Souhaiter; following is full year Jan 1 - Dec 31 with a lined page for each day for entries to be
made. There is a "masthead" at top of each page, and at the top corner of each page on either side of the date is the day (e.g., Friday)
and the name of the day (usually the name of a saint) on presumably the church calendar. Many pages have entries, usually brief, most
in ink & some in pencil; then 2 pps "Recapitulation des Epenses de L'Annee"; then follows (after a 1p calendar table) 10pps with 10
one-half page architectural type drawings of specific opera house & theatre interiors, with added information under the drawings
perhaps referencing other venues; after some other misc pages, including a full page drawing of a ship, subtitled "Les Messageries
Maritimes font le Tour du Monde" there is about 30pps of detailed listings under the titles, "Nos Services Sautemobiles de Livraison"
& "Les rues de Paris". I found this book in New York State. Laid into it without stain to the pages are two groups of pressed
flowers/ferns, one group in a plastic sleeve & the other not. I decided that they added a touch of charm, but can obviously be removed
upon instruction! Very good condition with moderate wear to binding extremities. Rare. (#5005057)
1175. Gallagher, Tess. Dear Ghosts, Poems (Signed). Graywolf, Saint Paul, 2006, 2006. 2nd printing. Hardbound. 140pp. Signed
by Gallagher. Fine, as new in dj. (#5018021)
1176. Galpin, Harley. PIONEER STORIES Told By Aunt Lib and Uncle Elliot. n.p.: p.p. & Fairmont Photo Press, 1983. First
Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial stapled wraps. 37pp. Illustrated with drawings. The author grew up in southern Minnesota & this is a
frontier Minnesota item. He has 4 pages devoted to the James Gang & the Northfield robbery. Galpin's great-uncle, Teenus Galpin,
joined a detective agency according to this account & worked undercover as a drunk tending James' horses at their hideout. The author
also has a page on the Tuttle Carver Fight. Browning to 2 facing leaves from former lay-in; faded across top of front cover, else Vg.
Very scarce. (#1111059) $28.36
1177. Galvin, John (Ed.). THE COMING OF JUSTICE TO CALIFORNIA Three Documents Translated from the Spanish by
Adelaide Smithers. John Howell, S.F., 1963, 1963. Limited First Edition. Ltd to 750 copies. Royal 8vo cloth. 80pp. Illust. Large
folding map, "Location of Presidios for the Frontier Line of New Spain." Fine copy in original glassine dj. Unread, with some pages
uncut. (#0511051TWE) $37.73
Printing Office & Dept. of the Interior, Wash. DC, 1906., 1906. First Edition. Gray printed wraps. 11pp. Fldg map of U.S. Table of
areas of States & Territories in square miles. Bulletin 302. Ink notation top front cover + library stamp on same. Vg. Scarce.
1179. Gannett, Henry. BOUNDARIES OF THE UNITED STATES and of the Several States and Territories with an outline of
the History of all Important Changes of Territory. Washington DC: Gov't Pr. Office, 1904. 3rd Edition. 3rd edition. Library cloth.
145pp. 54 maps, plates. Large folding map (with 4" edge tear, closed), "Award of Alaska Boundary Tribunal Oct. 20, 1903". Exlibrary copy with deaccession stamp. Vg tight condition. Scarce. (#0903054) $38.48
1180. Gannon, Kathy. I Is For Infidel: From Holy War to Holy Terror 18 Years Inside Afghanistan. New York, New York,
U.S.A.: Public Affairs, 2005. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 186pp. Illust. Index. Fine in dj. (#5017045)$12.15
1181. Gantt, Paul H. THE CASE OF ALFRED PACKER The Man-Eater An Unsolved Mystery of the West. Denver: Univ. of
Denver, 1952. First Edition. Cloth. 157pp. Illus. Index. Bibliography. Notes & References. Endpaper maps of "Route Followed by
Alferd Packer and Party Nov. 1873 - Apr. 1874." Two laid in articles on Packer from magazines (True & Front Page Detective). See
on-line references to the use of Packer's given name. Fine in slightly worn dj. A tasty little book. 6-guns 774. (#1011054)
1182. Ganzhorn, Jack. I'VE KILLED MEN An Epic of Early Arizona. NY: Devin-Arair, 1959. First American Edition. 1st
printing of American edition. 256pp. Illus. "This is the true story of the 'fastest man on the draw' in frontier Arizona." Ganzhorn was
born on the San Carlos Reservation in 1878, spent early boyhood in Tombstone (he tells his version of the O. K. Corral "Massacre") &
"in Tucson, he life soon became a wildly exciting succession of gun battles with cowboys, gamblers, and police." Problem is, most
historians take the author's facts with a considerable amount of salt. Fine in moderately worn pc dj with chipping at top/bottom of
backstrip. 6-guns 796. (#1307045) $60.03
1183. Gard, Robert E. & Reetz, Elaine. THE TRAIL OF THE SERPENT The Fox River Valley Lore and Legend (Signed).
Wisconsin House, Madison, 1973., 1973. First Edition. Cloth. 263pp. Illust. Presentation copy signed & dated by Gard. Good history
of this famed river flowing through Wisconsin. Fine in dj with short tears & repaired longer tear at edge of front flap. Very scarce
signed. (#FTR002)
1184. Gard, Robert E. WISCONSIN IS MY DOORSTOP A Dramatist's Yarn Book of Wisconsin Lore (Signed). NY, 1948,
1948. First Edition. Cloth. 194pp. Illust. Signed by Gard. Top corners of cover bumped, else fine in vg, but moderately edgeworn dj.
Very scarce. (#FTR094) $32.80
1185. Gard, Robert. THE DEACON (Signed). Allison, Madison, 1979, 1979. First Edition. 1st edition. Pictorial trade wraps.
179pp. Presentation copy signed & dated by Gard. "The fictional plot of The Deacon centers on the conflict over the proposed
destruction of a historical landmark, Grace Episcopal Church in Madison, Wisconsin." At the time of publication, the author had
served as deacon at the church for over 30 years. Fine copy. (#FTR10.4)
1186. Gard, Robert. AN INNOCENCE OF PRAIRIE (Signed). R. Bruce Allison, Madison, 1978, 1978. Limited First Edition. 1st
edition ltd to 1,000 copies. Gilt-stamped brown cloth. 33pp. Beautifully illustrated with wood cuts by Curt L. Carpenter. Signed &
dated (1979) by Gard, the will-known Wisconsin author & poet . Fine, virtually as new copy, no dj probably as issued. (#FTR299)
1187. Gard, Wayne. THE CHISHOLM TRAIL (Signed). Norman: OU, 1954. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 296pp. Illustrated
with vintage photos & drawings by Nick Eggenhofer. Bibliography. Index. Maps. Signed by Gard on the ffep. There is a date in ink on
the rear fly. Fine in vg, pc dj faded on the backstrip. Herd 875, 6-guns 797, Dykes 50 p128, Dykes HS p78, BTB 70. (#1602055)
1188. Gard, Wayne. SAM BASS. Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1936, 1936. First Edition. Decorated cloth. 262pp. Illust/vintage
photos. Bibliography. Index. Endpaper maps. Classic biography of the famous Texas robber. Lightly soiled covers, no dj. Vg. Adams
150 #60, 6-guns 803, BTB 71, Dobie p141. (#0502062)
1189. Gardner, John Champlin. THE POETRY OF CHAUCER. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1977. First
Edition. Cloth & boards. 408pp. Notes. Index. Fine in dj with moderate rubbing. (#FRT6.4)
1190. Gardner, John. THE KING OF THE HUMMINGBIRDS and Other Tales. Knopf, NY, 1977, 1977. No edition stated.
Cloth & boards. 58pp. Illust/Michael Sporn. Transfer of ink & superficial paper layer from one illustration to facing page. This is
about 1/4" wide & 3 1/2" inches long. Sounds bad but is acceptable if you don't need a perfect copy. Otherwise as new in dj.
1191. Garfield County, Oklahoma). Stella Campbell Rockwell, Editor. GARFIELD COUNTY OKLAHOMA 1907 - 1982
Volumes I & II. Garfield Co. Hist. Soc., Enid, 1982, 1982. First Edition. Quarto gilt-stamped & embossed, simulated leather
hardbound. 1,120pp. Two heavy volumes with many illustrations, mostly family portraits, but also scenes, landscapes, buildings, etc..
There are some nifty and only-published-here photos from the cattle range days & early Cherokee Strip settlement days. Filled
primarily with family stories, but also contains general interest stories. Lots of history here, and your bookseller wrote one humble
entry on his grandparents for the set. The bottom of the front covers of this set have the original owners names stamped in gold. Not at
all unsightly. I'm biased, but this was one of the most attractively designed county history productions done anywhere. Fine condition.
Oversized. (#0711145) $225.00
1192. Garg, Anu. THE DORD, the Diglot, and an Avocado or Two: The Hidden Lives and Strange Origins of Common and
Not-So-Common Words (Signed). NY: Plume, 2007. ARC. NOTE: this is the Advance Uncorrected Proof with the preliminary title:
THE DORD, THE DIGLOT, AND A THERBLIG OR TWO. Pictorial wraps. 180pp. Signed & dated in year of publication by Garg.
Fine, like new. (#5009087ARC) $10.00
1193. Garner, Stanton. THE CIVIL WAR WORLD OF HERMAN MELVILLE. Lawrence: Kansas, 1993. First Edition. Cloth &
boards. 544pp. Illus. Extensive Notes. Bibliography. Index. Fine, like new in fine dj. (#LO1.005a) $14.50
1194. Garner, Stanton. THE CIVIL WAR WORLD OF HERMAN MELVILLE. Lawrence: Kansas, 1993. First Edition. Cloth &
boards. 544pp. Illus. Extensive Notes. Bibliography. Index. Fine, like new in fine dj. (#LO1.005b)$14.50
1195. Garrett, Pat F.; Fulton, Maurice G., Edit. THE AUTHENTIC LIFE OF BILLY THE KID The Noted Desperado. NY:
Macmillan, 1927. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth with titles printed on attached label, as per publication. 233pp. Illus. Ex-lib copy,
but fortunately without back library pocket. Library (Scurry Co. Lib, Snyder, Texas) gift label on front paste down. Also custom
bookplate of J. M. Harris with photo of his home on the plate. On the verso of the half-title following Fulton & Garrett's Introductions
is a blank page with a full, hand-written ink commentary on some addenda that was once laid into this copy, but which is no longer
present. The commentary, however, references Garrett, Albert Fall, Jim Miller, & Tom Powers. It speculates briefly on Fall's
involvement in Garrett's death. Additionally, it mentions the killing of Mannie Clements by bartender Joe Brown. I cannot make out
the signature of who penned this commentary. This copy was once owned by T. Dudley Cramer, historian & author of The Pecos
Ranchers in the Lincoln County War. His receipt of purchase of this book is folded & laid in. Good only condition; fraying to spine
ends; wear to spine label. This is now a scarce book. 150 #61, 6-guns 807, Dykes Kid 116, Dobie p140, Howes G73, Rader 1541.
1196. Garrison, Philip. BECAUSE I DON'T HAVE WINGS: Stories of Mexican Immigrant Life (Signed). Arizona, Tucson,
2006, 2006. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial trade wraps. 149pp. Signed & dated by Garrison. A poignantly written look at
Mexican workers in the "agricultural valleys of the inland Northwest." Fine, as new. (#0611052) $9.84
1197. Garrison, Philip. WAITING FOR THE EARTH TO TURN OVER Identity and the Late Twentieth-Century American
West (Signed). Univ. of Utah, SLC, 1996, 1996. ARC. Advance Proof. Pictorial 4to wraps. 150pp. Presentation copy signed by
Garrison in 1996 to your bookseller. Well-written essays. Hispanic/Central American interest, & locations of historical reflection
based in the Pacific Northwest. Fine, as new. Signed copies scarce. (#0505066ARC)
1198. Gartland, Ashley. DISHING UP OREGON : 145 Recipes Celebrating Farm-to-Table Flavors (Signed). North Adams,
MA: Storey Publishing, LLC, 2011. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial 4to wraps. 287pp. Illus. Index. Signed by Gartland. Fine, like
new. (#5022059) $20.25
1199. Gaston, Bill. Sointula (Signed). Vancouver: Raincoast Books, 2004. First Edition. Cloth. 452 pp. Signed by Gaston on title
page. An acclaimed novel set on the coast of British Columbia. Laid in is a promotional form letter from the publisher. Fine, like new
in dj. (#5021028)
1200. Gates, Sr., Bill; Collins, Chuck. Wealth and Our Commonwealth (Signed) Why America Should Tax Accumulated
Fortunes. Boston: Beacon Pr, 2002. ARC. Advance copy. Pictorial wraps. 163 pp. Notes. Signed by Mr. Gates on the half-title. Fine,
like new. Scarce signed. (#5012045ARC) $9.84
1201. Gauguin, Pola. GRAFIKEREN EDVARD MUNCH LITOGRAPHIER. Trondheim: F. Bruns Bokhandels Forlag, 1946.
First Edition. 1st printing we believe. 4to pictorial heavy wraps. 94pp. Printed in Norwegian. Illustrated in b/w, but with frontispiece
in color (Madonna). There are 32 dramatic plates, plus a few smaller illustrations. fos on ffep with 1964 date. Fore edges of covers
overlap, and there is a small bump to lower front cover. A fine production of the artist's lithographs. Vg. (#5001118)
1202. Gay, Jerry. EVERYONE HAS A LIFE TO LIVE An American Portrait (Signed). Kansas City: McMeel, 2002. First
Edition. 1st printing. Small 4to pict hardbound. 117pp. Signed & dated by Gay shortly after publication. Some interesting people &
object b/w photos by the Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist, with a few inspirational lines. Publisher's promo picture card laid in.
Fine, as new in dj. (#5003058)
1203. Gear, W. Michael; Gear, Kathleen O'Neal. PEOPLE OF THE RAVEN (Signed). Forge, NY, 2004, 2004. First Edition. 1st
printing. Cloth. 494pp. Selected Bibliography. Signed by both author & dated shortly after publication. "A Novel of Prehistoric North
America" spun vividly "around one of the most controversial archaeological discoveries in the world, the Kennewick Man." Fine, like
new in dj. Very tiny crimp to dj edge upper corner. (#0805052)
1966. Limited/Numbered. 1st printing thus of ltd reprint edition. Ltd to 732 copies. Printed wraps. 16pp. Originally published as HR
Doc in 1861. Report on an "entire (emigrant) train of forty-six persons" killed near Salmon Falls in 1860. Fine. WCB 273.
1205. Geffs, Irving ("Bunky"). THE FIRST EIGHT MONTHS OF OKLAHOMA CITY. Trave-Taylor, OKC, 1939, 1939. First
Thus. Printed wraps. 110pp. Facsimile reprint with new Foreword (1 page) of the rare 1890 booklet on Oklahoma City written by
Geffs, with the pseudonym "Bunky". "No songs, roundelays or hot air blasts of poetic inspiration adorn the pages of this work", says
Bunky. Just interesting & important observations, facts, & "truthful sketches". Near fine. Scarce. Hargrett Gilcrease Imprints p293,
Howes G93, Rader 1571, Graff 1534, Hargrett Okla Imprints 709. (#0711146) $85.50
1206. Gehrke, Ralph David. CONCORDIA COMMENTARY I - 2 Samuel. St. Louis: Concordia, 1968. First Edition. Cloth.
397pp. Index of Special Subjects. Further Reading. Fine, like new in dj. This is the true first edition, not the print-on-demand edition.
1207. Geihsler, Walter. CHRISTMAS Facts and Traditions. n.p.: Privately Printed, 1950. First Edition. Printed pictorial stapled
wraps from small office Gestetner type of machine most likely. 49pp. Bibliography. A scholarly book self-published by a Lutheran
pastor. Even compared with what you can get from the internet, this is a really fine piece of work from an era when the local parish
pastor was proud -- yet usually humble -- of his education and ability to do solid research. But he normally didn't have a good
secretary, or any secretary at all, thus the last 17pp of this copy were stapled upside down! Front cover pulled from top staple - and
taped. Upper front corner creased & with small tear. Nevertheless, a near vg copy. Very scarce. ca 1950s. (#5023019)
1208. Geisinger, Iva L. GOLDROCK Facts & Folktales. Privately Printed, Monterey, 1973, 1973. First Edition. Pictorial wraps.
65pp. Illustrated with photos & drawings. Maps. Informative booklet on extreme SE California area just west of the Colorado River &
NW of Yuma. Indians. Spaniards. Railroads. Mining. Gen. Patton's visit, etc. Fine, as new. (#0511052NIC)
1209. Gendler, J. Ruth. NOTES ON THE NEED FOR BEAUTY (Signed) An Intimate Look at an Essential Quality. New
York: Marlowe & Co, 2007. First Edition. Pictorial trade wraps. 240 pp. Short bibliography. Drawings by Gendler. Signed & dated by
Gendler shortly after publication. "In this wide-ranging and deeply-felt book, (Gendler) invites us to reclaim the often misunderstood
quality of beauty as one of the most profound forces in our lives." She draws on "observations from art and nature..." Fine, like new.
1210. Genn, Robert; Judi Birnberg and Lorna MacPhee. ROBERT GENN LOVE LETTERS TO ART (Signed). Vancouver:
Studio Beckett Publications, 2014. First Edition. 2nd printing, 2014, of first edition, with updates in Acknowledgments. Very fine,
mint condition hardbound, 10 ¼" x 12 ¼", in equally fine dust jacket. Pagination: xviii, 133. Extensively illustrated in color by the
artist & with descriptive text. Mr. Genn passed away in May of last year. This second printing, with revised Acknowledgments pages,
was privately published by Genn early in that year. Slightly misleading is that the copyright page refers to the 2008 First Printing, but
does not mention that this is the second printing. In terms of preference as to value, first printing vs. second printing in this case is
rather subjective. Of course a signed copy makes a big difference. It appears that, production-wise, there is little difference in paper,
endpaper color, binding, and dust jacket between the two printings. The signature of Mr. Glenn is authentic. Each buyer will be given
provenance information upon request. Robert Genn was a prolific landscape and perhaps more than occasional portrait artist whose
Canadian work (he lived in British Columbia) and style has been compared favorably to the Group of Seven. He traveled extensively,
and the book has samples of his work well beyond Canada. Very fine in very fine dj. Genn's landscapes of wild sea shores, mountains,
inland lakes, forests and forest waterfalls, and other topics are stunning with a bright, dramatic palette, in this seller's humble opinion.
His originals are much sought. If the buyer/collector owns an original, or a limited edition print, this signed copy of his Genn's book is
a must. It is a wonderful art book for the fine book collector, as well. (#SHEL850)
1211. Gentry, Curt. FRAME-UP The Incredible Case of Tom Mooney and Warren Billings (Signed). NY: W. W. Norton, 1967.
2nd printing. Cloth. 496pp. Illus. Appendix. Bibliography. Index. Pictorial endpapers. Signed by Warren K. Billings on half-title.
"Property of" (in red ink) & then stamp, "Joe Clancy, Secretary / Boilermakers Local 104 / 1829 Boren / Seattle 1, Wash." The story
of the 7/22/1916 San Francisco Market Day bombing, after which Billings was wrongly convicted & sentenced to life in prison. Near
fine in vg pc dj. (#1506047)
1212. George, Donald W., and Amy Greimann Carlson (Editors). JAPAN: True Stories of Life on the Road (Signed). San
Francisco, California, U.S.A.: Travelers' Tales Inc, 1999. First Thus. Trade pictorial wraps. 411pp. Glossary. Index. Index of
Contributors. Extensive Acknowledgments. Signed & dated by Carlson in 2000. Fine, like new. Signed copies scarce. (#5011065)
1213. Gerhardi, Iohannis. (Johann Gerhard) (Ioannes Gerhardus) (John Gerhard). LOCI THEOLOGICI cum per adstruenda
veritate tum per destruenda quorumvis contradicentium falsitate PER THESES NERVOSE SOLIDE ET COPIOSE explicati
(1762 - 1781) (Gerhard Loci). Tubingen: Georgii Cottae. (Johann Georg Cotta), 1762. Limited by Antiquity. If this complete
description doesn't appear, please contact us & we'll send you one. This is the first Cotta edition. Twenty (20) volumes in seven (7)
bound books. 1762 - 1781. Volume(s) of indices not present. Quartos. Original boards with spines covered in modern shiny black
library binding material, like tape, which overlaps the boards front and back. Original overlaid corner protectors of the boards
removed. Some board corners soft; two corners cracked. General light foxing except for book 7 (vol 19, 20) which is quite foxed on
the title page of vol 19. Hinges sound except where noted. Former owner's bookplate (modern) on front paste down of each book.
Each free endpaper (ffep) has a rectangular clip at the upper corner, approximately 1/2" deep x 3 1/2" long. The year "1869" is written
in ink on all books in the upper corner of the ffep under the clip. Basic details on condition follows: Book 1 (vol 1 - 3) binding loose
following page VI; signatures inclusive of pps. 25 - 120 are barely attached; hinges good. This is the only book with material pulling
from binding. Book 2 (vol 4 - 6). Good. Cracked hinge after title page. Book 3 (vol 7 - 9). Good. Partially cracked front hinge. Book 4
(vol 10 - 12). Good, but front cover upper corner cracked 3" in from the corner. Book 5 (vol 13 - 15). Good. First title page creased.
Book 6 (vol 16 -18). Back upper corner board cracked. Book 7 (vol 19 - 20). Heavily foxed 1st title page. Paginations in parentheses ()
immediately below refer to the added pages of the Conspectus Locorum Capitum, Sectionum et Reliquorum Contentorum found at the
end of each volume. In volumes 13 - 20, the Conspectus is included in the pagination of the volume. Year of publication is given for
each volume. Tomus Primus: 1762. 378pp. (14pp.). Tomus Secundus: 1763. 427pp. (5pp.). Tomus Tertius: 1764. 586pp. (14pp.).
Tomus Quartus: 1765. 132pp + 370pp. (15pp.). Tomus Quintus: 1766. 388pp. (6pp.). Tomus Sextus: 1767. 372pp. (8pp.). Tomus
Septimus: 1768. 344pp. (8pp.). Tomus Octavus: 1768. 328pp. (10pp.). Tomus Nonus: 1769. 318pp. (12pp.). Tomus Decimus: 1770.
470pp. (13pp.). Tomus Undecimus: 1772. 377pp. (11pp.). Tomus Duodecimus: 1774. 244pp + 192pp. (12pp.). Tomus Decimus
Tertius: 1775. 336pp. (Conspectus pp. 329-336). Tomus Decimus Quartus: 1776. 416pp. (Conspectus pp. 409 - 416). Tomus Decimos
Quintus: 1776. 490pp. (Conspectus pp. 481-490). Tomus Decimus Sextus: 1777. 332pp. (Conspectus pp. 323-332). Tomus Decimus
Septimus: 1777. 360pp. (Conspectus pp. 352-360). Tomus Decimus Octavus: 1779. 384pp. (Conspectus pp. 376-384). Tomus
Decimus Nonus: 1780. 334pp. (Conspectus pp. 324-334). Domus Vicesimus: 1781. 547pp.. (Conspectus pp. 537-547). Each volume
has a title page. Book 1 also has an engraving of Gerhard in the front, plus a separate title page for the set which faces the engraving.
Each volume has a Preface or Lecture, or in some cases more than one Preface. Pagination of such as follows: Vol 1: three Prefaces
(5pp, 2pp, 43pp). Vol 2: (6pp). Vol 3: Lecturis S.D. IO. Fridericus Cotto (4pp). Vol 4: (4pp., plus an added title page to Locum de
Persona et Officio Christi, etc.). Vol 5: (24pp). Vol 6: (6pp). Vol 7: (6pp). Vol 8: (Lecturi Benevolo S.D. IO. Frid. Cotta, 4pp). Vol 9:
(Benevolo Lectori IO. Frid. Cotta, 4pp). Vol 10: (pp. 2-5 of regular pagination). Vol 11: (pp. 3-4 of regular pagination). Vol 12: (2pp).
Vol 13: (2pp). Vol 14 (2pp). Vol 15: (2pp). Vol 16: (2pp). Vol 17: 2pp). Vol 18: (2pp). Vol 19: (Lectori Benevolo S.P.D. Georgius
Henricus Muller, 4pp). Vol 20: (Georgii Henrici Mulleri, 6pp). A summary of Gerhard may be found in The Doctrinal Theology of
the Evangelical Lutheran Church by Heinrich Schmid, D.D. (Augsburg Publishing House, 1961), here quoted in part: "JOHN
GERHARD, the pupil of Hutter, born 1582, professor at Jena from 1616, until his death, in 1637, a theologian "who combined rare
learning, great acuteness, wonderful industry, sound judgment, and practical ability..." (#MOR.4.060)
1214. Gershow, Miriam. The Local News A Novel (Signed). New York: Spiegel & Grau, 2009. ARC. Bound Galley. Trade
pictorial wraps. 360 pp. Signed & dated by Gershow. "A powerful debut that explores the complicated bond between brother and
sister." Fine, like new. (#5018067ARC)
1215. Ghent, W. J. THE EARLY FAR WEST A Narrative Outline 1540 - 1850. Tudor, NY, 1936, 1936. First Thus. 1st of New
Edition. Gilt-stamped cloth. 411pp. Illust. Index. Part I: Before the Louisiana Purchase. Part II: The American Period. Information on
the fur trade, Lewis & Clark, expansion to the Pacific, etc.. Bookplate on front paste down. Slight darkening to spine. Near fine. No dj.
Rader 1577. (#0511053TWE)
1216. Ghost Towns). LIVING GHOST TOWNS. NY: Crescent / Crown, 1986. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to cloth. Unpaginated.
Brilliant color photos & plenty of text of both vacant & occupied "ghost towns" in the West. Common, but a great copy. Fine in dj.
1217. Giago, Tim (Nawica Kjici - Defender). NOTES FROM INDIAN COUNTRY Vol I. Pierre: State Pub Co, 1984. First
Edition. Red trade wraps. 423pp. Illus. The author wrote columns bearing the same name for a newspaper he started at Pine Ridge.
slight curling to cover corners & a couple of short edge tears. Good+. (#1011055)
1218. Gibbon, John Murray. STEEL OF EMPIRE The Romantic History of the Canadian Pacific. Bobbs-Merrill, Indianapolis,
1935, 1935. Gilt-stamped cloth. 423pp. Illust. Owner's stamp on half-title. The story of the CPR is one of North America's greatest.
Several chapters are devoted to the early history of the railroad after its completion in 1885. Fine in chipped dj. (#9805062) $29.52
1219. Gibbs, James A. Jr. SHIPWRECKS OF THE PACIFIC COAST (signed letter laid in). Portland: Binfords & Mort, 1957.
First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial cloth. 312pp. Illus. Index. Endpaper maps. Bookplate of owner on Dedication page. Laid in 1954
T.L.S. (typed letter signed) from Gibbs to owner. Good content as he talks about his current project, "a readable history... of all the
lighthouses on the Pacific Coast, British Columbia, Hawaii and Alaska..." This title reviews shipwrecks along Cal, Ore, & Wash. A
vg+ copy but noted is small tape burns on paste down endpapers & also paper clip rust or some such on verso of t-p & dedication.
1965. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 301pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Map. Signed & dated in Norman in year of publication. A
key Lincoln County, New Mexico book. Couple of minor spots on front cover corner, else fine in moderately worn dj with triangle
crease top of front panel. Scarce signed. 6-guns 826. (#1111061)
1221. Gibson, Elizabeth. OUTLAW TALES OF WASHINGTON. Guilford: Twodot, 2001. First Edition. 1st printing. 179pp. Illus.
Bibliography. Index. Tracy, Kelly, Miner, Phillips, et. al. Fine in wraps. (#1111062)
1222. Gibson, Morris. A VIEW OF THE MOUNTAINS. NY, 1983., 1983. First Edition. 1st U.S. edition. Cloth. 222pp. Memoir of
a Yorkshire doctor who moves his practice to a small town in Alberta. Fine in dj. (#9104041)
1223. Gilbert, Matthew. TAKE THIS JOB AND LOVE IT (Signed). Daybreak, NY, 1998, 1998. First Edition. 1st printing.
Glossy trade wraps. 112pp.. Bibliography. Signed by Gilbert. Subtitled: " How To Find Fulfillment In Any Job You Do." Fine, as
new. (#5003013) $7.70
1224. Gildemeister, Jerry. AN AMERICAN VIGNETTE (SIGNED AND IN ORIGINAL BOX). LA Grande: Bear Wallow, 1988.
Limited First Edition. 1st printing, ltd edition, unstated limitation to 1,500 copies. 8" x 9" quarto hardbound with b/w pioneer photo
print affixed by publisher to front cover.192pp. Very nicely illustrated with vintage photos, 1850s - 1920s, taken from around the
West. Endpaper maps with locations noted. Signed by Gildemeister. This is a lovely product of the Bear Wallow Press that specialized
in exceptionally designed & bound books on the West. They only produced a few titles. As the title suggests, this is a grouping of
verbal vignettes about the West, further illustrated with the photos. Fine, as new IN ORIGINAL PRINTED MAILING BOX. No dj as
issued. (#SHEL481)
1225. Gillmore, Parker ("Ubique"). A HUNTER'S ADVENTURES in the Great West. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1871. First
Edition. Full gilt-stamped 8vo sheep. 336pp. Frontispiece engraving, "Bruin's Home", & small title-page engraving, "Bull Moose
Lake". Marbled endpapers. a.e.g. Raised bands with gilt-stamped labels. Deep gilt imprint on front cover of coat of arms of "Protestant
Board of School Commissioners Montreal P.Q." Back cover has plain blindstamp of same. An account of hunting & fishing in
Montana Territory apparently just before the discovery of precious metals there, & several years before Custer & the Little Big Horn.
There is a little information on the Crow Indians. Includes remininscenes of other places. In the first chapter, the author speaks
depreciatingly of miners & the failure of a Christian nation to live up to Christian principles in their treatment of Indians. Gillmore
also catagorizes North American Indians into three groups: Horse-Indians, Timber-Indians, & Fish-Indians, & rates their qualities
from "handsome, honorable, & brave" (Timber-Indians) to "unprepossessing, debased, & cowardly" (Fish-Indians). He foresees the
mineral wealth of the territory & the advent of miners, "as a rule the most dissipated, cruel, and reckless people upon the face of the
earth", to sign the "death-warrant" of the Indian. A very scarce book, & not listed in Howes, although a later book by Gillmore is
listed. Edgewear to covers & some darkening to same. Actually, a very good, tight copy with no library markings except for the cover
imprints. Rader 1593, Smith 3582. Howes G1593. (#0408052)
1226. Gilman, Susan Jane. Undress Me in the Temple of Heaven (Signed). New York: Grand Central Pub, 2009. ARC. Advance
Reading Copy. Trade pictorial wraps. 306 pp. Signed by Gilman. A non-fiction super read about young university grads (the author &
a friend) striking out by themselves for adventure in Communist China. Fine, like new. (#5023012bARC) $14.18
1227. Gilpin, William; Nolie Mumey & Leroy Hafen. GUIDE TO THE KANSAS GOLD MINES AT PIKE'S PEAK. Denver:
Privately Published, 1952. Limited/Numbered. Ltd to 500 numbered copies. 12mo blind-stamped cloth. 40pp + ads. Folding map. 10th
facsimile title in 1859 Pike's Peak Guidebook Series. Original was published in 1859. Editor's information page folds out. Fine in
original wood grain paper box/slipcase. WCB 328. (#SHEL972)
1228. Girotti, Eugenia. FOOTWEAR : La Calzatura. SF: Chronicle, 1997. First English Language Edition. Small 4to glossy
pictorial wraps. 138pp. Nicely illustrated with color photos of shoes through history. Light soil. Vg+. (#lynn083b) $5.40
1229. Gish, Robert F. FRONTIER'S END The Life and Literature of Harvey Fergusson. Univ. of Nebraska, Lincoln, 1988.,
1988. First Edition. Cloth. 363pp. Illust. Notes. Index. Bookseller's label on ffep. Fine in moderately shelfworn dj. (#FTR196)
1230. Gish, Robert Franklin. FIRST HORSES Stories of the New West. Univ. of Nevada, Reno, 1993., 1993. First Edition. Cloth.
134pp. Fourteen short stories "describes a multiethnic, contemporary West." Fine in dj. (#FTR193)
1231. Gish, Robert, (Paul Horgan). PAUL HORGAN. Twayne, Boston, 1983, 1983. First Edition. Cloth with gilt-stamped spine.
143pp. Notes, Sources, Index, Bibliography. Nearly full page presentation from Gish dated in 1984. A volume in Twayne's United
States Authors Series. Fine, no dj as issued. Very scarce. (#FTR8.3) $65.61
1232. Gish, Robert. PRETTY, BUT IS IT HISTORY? Albuquerque: University of New Mexico, 0. First Thus. Offprint from New
Mexico Historical Review. Stapled wraps. (20pp). Illus. Some fading to cover edges; ink notes of previous reader on back cover. Vg.
1233. Glancy, Patrick A., and Lynn Harmsen. A HYDROLOGIC ASSESSMENT OF THE SEPTEMBER 14, 1974, FLOOD IN
ELDORADO CANYON, NEVADA. U.S. Dept of Interior, USGS, Wash., D.C., 1975, 1975. First Edition. 4to printed wraps. 28pp.
Illust. Near fine. (#AV1.005)
1234. Gleason, Norma, and Orloff, Chet. PORTLAND'S PUBLIC ART: A Guide and History. Portland: Oregon Historical Soc,
1983. First Edition. 1st printing. Tall wraps. 69pp. Illus. Maps. Index. Useful Oregon item. Fine. Uncommon. (#1111064) $10.13
1235. GLENBOW) The Glenbow - Alberta Institute. GLENBOW A Publication of the Glenbow - Alberta Institute (12 issues).
Glenbow - Alberta Institute, Calgary, 1968. First Thus. 12 misc issues: Jan. 1968 (Volume I, #1), Mar 1969, Feb 71, July-Aug 71,
Nov-Dec 71, July-Aug 72, Nov-Dec 72, Mar-Apr 73, July-Aug 73, Nov-Dec 73, Mar-Apr 74, Sept 74 (Index for 1968-1974). All in
very good or better condition. Some have inked date stamp bottom of front cover. Each pamphlet 8 pages except for Index, which is
12. The March 1969 issue includes a brief essay by Hugh Dempsey with illustrations of barbed wire. Lots of history especially to do
with Western Canada & prairies packed into these booklets. 1968-1974. (#1204055)
1236. Glessner, Chloe Holt. I'M A SOONER BORN. Naylor, San Antonio, 1969, 1969. First Edition. Pictorial hardbound. 211pp.
A memoir with many references to the early days of Oklahoma as well as mid-century. Fine in dj with 1" hole in the backstrip & worn
at the edges. (#0711148) $15.75
1237. Gloss, Molly. WILD LIFE A Novel (Signed). New York: Simon & Schuster, 2000. First Edition. 1st printing. Boards. 255
pp. Set in early 1900s Oregon, a story of survival for a woman & her children. Fine, like new in dj. (#0903058)
1238. Gluckstein, S. M. (Compiled & Edited by). THE SOUTH AFRICAN YEAR-BOOK 1903-1904. London: Arthur Bywater;
Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co. Johannesburg, South Africa: The Cape Times, Ltd. Melbourne, Sydney, Etc.: Robert A.
Thompson & Co., Ltd. Preface dated November 1903., 1903. First Edition. Title page states: "Second Year of Issue". Gilt-stamped red
cloth. 888pp. + 32 pages of ads & Index in the front & several pages of ads in the rear. A couple of ad pages have minor chips &
archivally repaired tears; a small piece of the upper corner of the ffep is archivally reattached. Folding map in rear, 11 3/4" x 13 1/2",
with one tear archivally repaired. The ads include a couple of companies that sold explosives. Other ads: Rhodesia Breweries, Panhard
& Levassor Cars, Gladiator Cars, Napier Cars, the Van Ryn Wine & Spirit Co., several banks, steamship lines, etc. There is also an ad
for the Cape Town Industrial (International) Exhibition to be held in 1904-05. The book's text includes more ads (there is a 2 page
index), tables, photographs, & 17 more maps. Small section: "Men of Note". Another section: Civil Service Lists of the different
Colonies." A vast amount of mining information is included. "In this edition no pains or expense have been spared to remedy the
defects of the 1902-3 issue." "the present volume is characterized by several new features." The covers are moderately worn with
some very slight fraying of the spine ends. Hinges a bit tender. A nearly vg copy of a scarce book. 1903-1904 (#5004002) $162.00
1239. Glynn-Ward, H. THE GLAMOUR OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. Toronto: Doubleday, Doran & Gundy, 1932. First Edition.
1st printing. Pictorial cloth. 238pp. Illustrated with half-tone photos. Fldg map of B. C. showing "Great Natural Divisions." Fine. No
dj. Whale 475. (#1602058)
1240. Godwin, Larry. Surviving Our Parents' Mistakes (Signed) Healing the Scars from Childhood Mistreatment. Salem
(Ore): Dimi Pr, 1999. First Edition. Trade pictorial wraps. 124pp. Signed by Godwin on the title page. " man's story about
recovery from childhood emotional neglect." Fine, like new. (#5008087)
1241. Goeres - Gardner, Diane L. NECKTIE PARTIES Legal Executions in Oregon 1851 - 1905. Caxton, Caldwell, 2005, 2005.
First Edition. Trade pictorial wraps. 316pp. Illust. Appendix, "The Case of Berry Way in an 1863 Miner's Court." Index. Signed &
dated by Goeres - Gardner. "...impressively researched and meticulously documented..." Fine, as new. (#0606066) $19.68
1242. Goetzmann, William H. ARMY EXPLORATION IN THE WEST, 1803-1863. Austin: Texas State Historical Assn, 1991.
2nd Edition. 1st printing thus. Cloth & boards. 509pp. Illus. Maps. Appendices. Bibliographical Essay. Index. One of the great,
scholarly books on this important subject. This edition features a new Intro by the author & "a pocket of five large fold-out maps not
available since the original edition of 1959." Fine, like new in dj, just out of shrink wrap. Slight crinkling to a bit of dj edge from
shrink wrap. (#1204056) $81.04
1243. Goetzmann, William H. NEW LANDS, NEW MEN America and the Second Great Age of Discovery. NY, 1986., 1986.
2nd printing. Cloth & boards. 528pp. Illust. Maps. Bibliographical Notes. Index. Fine in dj. (#0007059) $6.56
1244. Gold, Jerome (Signed). Paranoia and Heartbreak Fifteen Years in a Juvenile Facility. New York: Seven Stories Pr, 2009.
First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 344 pp. Signed by Gold. The author worked as a rehab counselor for 15 years in a prison for juveniles in
WA state. Fine, like new. (#P1005)
1245. Goldschmidt, Adolph. GERMAN ILLUMINATION Volume I CAROLINGIAN PERIOD. Pantheon, Casa Editrice,
Firenze, and Harcourt, Brace and Company, NY, (1928), 1928. First Edition. Large quarto green cloth. Gilt-stamped spine titles &
decorations. 34 numbered pages of text and index, and 88 plates with accompanying information on preceding leaf to each one.
Wonderfully illustrated with black and white plates. This copy rather gently ex-library with residual call number strip on bottom of
spine. Small bookplate of library on front paste down, a couple of ink stamps on the endpapers, a fairly carefully removed pocket on
the rear paste down, and another pocket and "date due" form on the rear free end paper still affixed. Rear hinge just beginning at top;
front hinge just barely broken and now carefully reglued. A couple of spots to lower spine, & minor wear to cover extremities. A nice,
tight copy and unless you are a collector in need of a great copy, a very acceptable copy of the first edition. The author was Professor
in the University of Berlin, and the book was "Printed in Italy for the Pegasus Press". (#SHEL097)
1246. Golovin, Paul N. CIVIL AND SAVAGE ENCOUNTERS The Worldly Travel Letters of an Imperial Russian Navy
Officer 1860-1861. Oregon Hist. Soc., Portland, 1983., 1983. First Edition. 1st edition in decorated trade wraps.175pp. Illustrated
with old prints of various cities of the world where Golovin traveled. A part of Golovin's travels brought him to the West Coast &
Alaska. Well-written. Fine. (#0404052)
1247. Gonzalez, Ann (Signed). Running for My Life. Lodi: Westside Books, 2009. First Edition. Pictorial hardbound. 237 pp.
Signed by Gonzalez. A first novel, dealing with a teenage girl who has do deal with her mother's schizophrenia. Fine, like new in dj.
1248. Goodall, Daphne Machin. PONIES Their Origin and Development in Britain. South Brunswick & NY, 1963., 1963. First
Thus. 1st edition thus. Cloth. Illustrated in color & b/w. Fine in mod worn, pc dj. (#9502059)
1249. Goodspeed's Book Shop. THE MONTH AT GOODSPEED'S (Karl Bodmer & John James Audubon). Boston:
Goodspeed's, 1940. First Thus. Original printing of Feb., 1940 issue of the Goodspeed's monthly publication. Pictorial wraps, about
12mo. (28pp). Illus. Four pages devoted to an offering of Bodmer aquatints, "Illustrations for the Travels of Prince Maximillian." The
prints were separately listed from $3 to $20 each. Also four pages on lithograph prints offered from Audubon's Quadrapeds of N. A..
Vg. Scarce. (#1402050) $15.01
Bismarck: State Hist. Soc. of North Dakota, 1946. First Thus. 1st thus. Reprint from volume of N. D. History. Printed wraps. 62pp.
Illust. Bibliography. Folding map. Lower page & cover corners a little curled; good+. Herd 907. (#0408053)
1251. Gordon, David G.; Blanton, Nancy E.; Nosho, Terry Y. HEAVEN ON THE HALF SHELL: The Story of the Northwest's
Love Affair With the Oyster (Signed). Graphic Arts, Portland, 2001, 2001. First Edition. Oblong pictorial trade wraps with cover
flaps. 160pp. Nicely illustrated with vintage & modern photos & prints. Notes. Index. Signed by David Gordon. Fine, like new.
1252. Gordon, Taylor. THE MAN WHO BUILT THE STONE CASTLE. White Sulphur Springs (Mt): Privately Printed, 1967.
First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 46pp. Biographical monograph about Byron Roger Sherman, the cattleman & entrepreneur, who moved
to Montana in the 1860s. He built a wonderful stone "castle" in Whlte Sulphur Springs for $36,000 & moved into it in 1892. Sherman
was the 2009 Montana Hall of Fame inductee. He died in 1926. Mild crease to upper back corner, else near fine. (#1003056) $16.19
1253. Gore, Ariel, with Maia Swift. WHATEVER, MOM Hip Mama's Guide to Raising a Teenager (Signed). Seal, Emeryville,
2004, 2004. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial trade wraps. 255pp. Bibliography. Signed by both authors. Fine. (#5015010) $16.20
1254. Gorman, Ethel Miller. RED ACRES (Signed). Birmingham: Vulcan, 1956. Limited/Numbered. #88 of 799 copies; inscribed
& signed by Gorman May 11, 1956 to Mrs. _______. "Arlington Memorial Edition." Endpaper maps. Spine slanted as usual, else vg.
No dj. (#5009081)
1255. Gorman, R. C., and Dooley, Virginia (Comp. & Edit.). NUDES & FOODS Gorman Goes Gourmet (Signed). Northland,
Flagstaff, 1981, 1981. First Thus. Spiral bound pictorial wraps. 81pp. Index. Presentation copy signed by Gorman. The only recipe
book where you can get corned beef & cheesecake. Fine. (#0603063) $32.80
1256. Gorsuch, Alan. ALL THE WAYS I FOUND TO HURT MYSELF Vol. One (Signed). Muddy Puddle, Tacoma, 2004,
2004. First Edition. 1st edition. Pictorial trade wraps.364pp. Signed by Gorsuch. "A magnificent series of mostly humorous and
insightful stand-alone non-fictional short stories woven together by time, swashbuckling adventure and poignant self-absorption!"
Fine, as new. (#5016022) $10.94
1257. Gotlieb, Sondra. WIFE OF: An Irreverent Account of Life in Washington (Signed). Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1985.
First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 208pp. Illustrated with a few drawings. Inscribed "to Doris" and signed by Gotlieb on halftitle. The author was the "wife of" Canada's Ambassador to the U. S. Her book is composed of letters to a friend back in Ottawa. Very
slight bump to upper front cover corner. Else fine in dj with narrow rubbing scrape across mid back panel & slight bubbling to same
area of front cover; probably from bindery. (#SHEL785)
1258. Gould, Ed. ALL HELL FOR A BASEMENT Medicine Hat 1883-1983. Medicine Hat: City of Medicine Hat, 1981. First
Edition. 4to gilt-stamped cloth. 299 pp. Illustrated with vintage photos. Photo endpapers show the S. Saskatchewan River flowing
through the city. Much history before 1920 in this volume. Fine in mildly soiled dj. (#1003057) $22.26
1259. Gould, Ed. RANCHING Ranching in Western Canada. Saanichton & Seattle, 1968., 1968. First Edition. 1st edition. 4to
pictorial hardbound. 165pp. Illustrated with vintage & recent b/w photos. Has bibliography & index. A well done book on the subject.
Back cover lightly rubbed in spots. Near fine. (#9911071)
1260. Gould, Milton S. A CAST OF HAWKS: A Rowdy Tale of Greed, Violence, Scandal, and Corruption in the Early Days
of San Francisco. LA Jolla: Copley Books, 1985. First Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped cloth. 356pp. Illus. Illustrations and Their
Sources. Index. Printed on glossy paper, an attractive volume. More or less a review copy with 4 items laid in: 1) folded color sheet
representing the dj without the flaps; 2) glossy photo of dj front panel; 2) large (5" x 8 3/4") glossy b/w photo of Sarah Athea Hill;
glossy b/w photo of author (5" x 7"). Thus a very nice collectable copy. Fine in dj. (#1402051) $35.02
1261. Grabhorn Brothers, Edwin & Robert) MaGee, David. CATALOGUE OF SOME FIVE HUNDRED EXAMPLES OF THE
PRINTING OF EDWIN AND ROBERT GRABHORN 1917 - 1960 Two Gentlemen from Indiana now resident in California.
San Francisco: David Magee & Grabhorn Press, 1960. First Thus. 1st edition after ltd hardbound edition. 4to printed wraps. 63pp.
Index. No illust.. A lovely catalogue of the work of the Grabhorns, who published a lot of Americana. Printed note slip laid in. Cover
edges overlap & have some short tears & a couple of chips. Vg+. ca 1960 (#0903060) $26.32
1262. Grable, F. C. COLORADO The Bright Romance of American History. Denver: Kistler, 1911. First Edition. 1st printing.
Gilt-stamped & pictorial cloth. 230pp. Illus. Map. Aspects of the state's history from earliest times. The front hinge has been re-glued.
Vg. This has become a scarce book. (#1307048)
1263. Grafton, Sue. P IS FOR PERIL (Signed). NY: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 2001. 1st Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 352pp.
Signed by Grafton on front blank page. Fine in near fine dj (tiny corner crimp -- just barely). (#5020053) $9.95
1264. Graham, Baxter Owen. OLD KING STINKY TOES (Signed). Whitefish: Drumstick Media, 2005. First Edition. 1st printing.
4to pictorial hardbound. Unpag. Illustrated by James R. Martin. Signed & dated by author in 2006. Fine, like new in dj. (#JUV003)
1265. Graham, Col. William A. (Ed.). THE RENO COURT OF INQUIRY Abstract of the Official Record of Proceedings.
Harrisburg: Stackpole, 1954. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 303pp. Index. Frontispiece + additional plate. Folding Map. Last page
is explanation of "Benteen's Battle Map" which forms the rear endpapers. Front endpapers have map of "Custer's Battle-field". Small
chip to cloth at head & toe of spine, else fine in pc dj with 1" x 1 3/4" chip at top of backstrip (affecting printed lettering). (#1302050)
1266. Graham, Colonel W. A. THE CUSTER MYTH A Source Book of Custeriana. NY: Bonanza, 1953. Reprint. Reprint, 3rd
printing thus. 4to cloth. 413pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Map. A standard source. Light toning to ffep; light wear; Vg in moderately
edgeworn dj. (#SHEL895)
1267. Graham, Ron; Kopec, John A.; Moore, C. Kenneth. A STUDY OF THE COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER.
Dallas: Taylor, 1976. Limited First Edition. "A Limited First Printing of 100 Copies." "Deluxe Edition". 4to hardbound in leatherlooking fabroikoid with gold titles & gold revolver on cover. 523pp on glossy stock. Profusely & wonderfully illustrated, mostly in
fine b/w, but some color plates. Index. Signed by all three authors on onion-paper sheet page. fos/date on front paste down. Near fine.
Tiny blemish bottom of front cover, & slight pull between signatures of binding pps 468-9. Much sought. (#1412057)
1268. Gratzer, Walter, (Ed.). THE LONGMAN LITERARY COMPANION TO SCIENCE. Longman, England, 1989, 1989. First
Edition. Cloth. 517pp. References. Indices. An anthology of over 200 extracts from literature having to do with science. Fine, as new
in dj. (#FTR288) $7.42
1269. Graves, Ashna. DEATH PANS OUT (Signed). Scottsdale: Poisoned Pen Press, 2007. First Thus. 1st paperback printing.
Glossy pictorial wraps. 278 pp. Signed & dated by Graves shortly after publication. Publisher's color promo card laid in, also signed
by Graves. A contemporary Western novel set in eastern Oregon, where Jeneva Leopold "seeks solitude and healing at her missing
uncle's gold mine..." Fine, like new. (#0903061)
1270. Graves, W. W. LIFE AND LETTERS OF REV. FATHER JOHN SCHOENMAKERS, S. J., Apostle to the Osage.
Parsons: Commercial, 1928. First Edition. 1st printing. Small 8vo cloth. 144pp. Index. Frontispiece litho of Schoenmakers. Very good
condition but we note that the rear free endpaper is half glued to the paste down. Very scarce Kansas item. (#1506050)
1271. Gray, Edward. LIFE AND DEATH OF OREGON "CATTLE KING" PETER FRENCH 1849 - 1897 (Signed). Eugene &
Salem: Privately Published, 1995. First Thus. 1st printing of pictorial wrappers edition. 204pp. Illus. Maps. Bibliography. Appendices.
Signed by Gray. Slight crease lower front cover, else fine. Quite scarce. (#1302052)
1272. Gray, Edward. WILLIAM "BILL" W. BROWN, 1855 - 1941: LEGEND OF OREGON'S HIGH DESERT Including a
History of the "Wagontire Mountain Range Feud" Eugene & Salem: Private Published, & Your Town, 1993. First Thus. 1st
printing of 4to pictorial wrappers edition. 222pp. Illus. Maps. Facsimiles of documents. Appendix. Bibliography. Thoroughly
researched & loaded with information. Background includes the early days of the fur trade, various trails through Oregon, cowboys,
rustlers, ranchers, etc.. A scarce item now. Fine, like new. (#1302053) $47.52
1273. Gray, Eunice T. CROSS TRAILS AND CHAPARRAL. Carmel: Privately Printed & The Seven Arts Press, 1925. First
Edition. 1st printing. Small stiff, plain brown wraps. 88pp. A little book devoted to the preservation of flora & fauna in this exquisite
area. Fine. Scarce. (#1408055)
1274. Gray, James. (Signed). PINE, STREAM AND PRAIRIE Wisconsin and Minnesota in profile (Signed). Knopf, NY,
1945., 1945. First Edition. Gilt-stamped pict cloth. 312pp. Illust. Folding map. Signed by Gray. Ex-lib. 1" x 2" piece cut out of bottom
of title page. Reading copy in backstrip faded & edgeworn dj. (#FTR097)
1275. Gray, Otto. SONGS - OTTO GRAY AND HIS OKLAHOMA COWBOYS. Stillwater: Privately Printed, 1930. First
Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial yellow wraps. 43pp. Illustrated with a few photos. One page of introductory material tells how famous
Perkins cowboy, Billy McGinty, organized the band, & that Gray, part owner of the Schultz & Gray Ranch near Wynona, eventually
took over. Frontispiece shows the band (after McGinty) broadcasting from Schenectady, NY. Rest of book is cowboy songs, "Sucking
Cider Through A Straw" & many others, mostly obscure and colorful. Moderately soiled cover; short, narrow line of rust on back
cover; page corners with small creases. Still vg. Very scarce. (#1307050)
1276. Great Northern Railway. SELECTED VIEWS ALONG THE GLACIER NATIONAL PARK ROUTE (cover title). n.p.:
Great Northern Railway News Service, 1915. First Thus. 1st printing thus. Oblong, cord-tied wraps, 10" x 13". 18 sepia photos, 6" x
8", each one simply & decoratively bordered on the page & with a caption. Title page, "A Series of Views illustrating the chief points
of interest..." Images include Blackfeet Indians Pow-Wow, Glacier Park Hotel, Belton Chalets, auto drives, northern plains views,
Bad Rock Canyon, Horseshoe Tunnel in Cascades, Mt. Index, WA, etc. Near fine condition. Rare. (#1506051)
1277. Greek Theatre in Griffith Park, Hollywood). Greek Theatre season flyers and programs. Hollywood: Greek Theatre, 1951.
First Thus. Plastic folder with label: "PRINTED MATERIAL GREEK THEATRE SEASONS: 1946 Through 1951 Gene Mann,
Producer". Contents of folder are edge-punched & affixed in folder. They include mainly seasonal folios listing season's offerings,
along with several litho promo letters & information forms, total of 20. Included in these are two glossy promo photos (card size & 1/2
sheet size) promoting the 5th annual season production, "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes", starring Gertrude Niesen. An interesting small
collection of Hollywood entertainment. (#5011070) $32.40
1278. Green, Ben K. DER BETROGENE ROSSTAUSCHER. Nymphenbuerger Verlagshandlung, Munchen, 1969, 1969. First
Thus. 1st German edition. Narrow 8vo cloth. 257pp. Interesting ex-lib copy, if there is such a thing. No dj, but front pictorial panel of
the dj has been affixed to front cover of book & a printed pictorial label placed on the spine. Covers covered with a thin, clear
laminate. From a German library. Library stamps (none on the edges) on copyright page & rear paste down. Unused checkout sheet on
rear e.p., & small pocket on rear paste down. Small red ink number on ffep. Library call number strip on bottom of spine. All said &
done, maybe the only attractive ex-lib copy one can have! Scarce. Wilson 10. (#0401063)
1279. Green, Ben K. SOME MORE HORSE TRADIN'. Knopf, NY, 1972, 1972. 2nd printing. Cloth. 255pp. Illustrated with
drawings by Lorence Bjorklund. Tipped in between the frontispiece drawing & the title page is a full-page custom-printed leaf
announcing that this copy ("edition") was specially printed for the friends of Sami S. Svendsen, of Chicago (407 South Dearborn
Street) an agent /buyer /broker /exporter /importer /counsellor "in Animal Casings and Glands". The upper left corner of the tip-in
sheet is actully glued 2" down & 1 1/4" out from the binding, but does not cover up any printing on t-p. Else vg+ in pc dj with couple
of edge tears. Unusual! Great reading! (#0603067) $32.80
1280. Green, Ben K. A THOUSAND MILES OF MUSTANGIN'. Flagstaff: Northland, 1972. First Edition. 1st printing. Royal 8vo
gilt-stamped cloth. 145pp. Illustrated by Joe Beeler. "The dean of the great horse traders is back again." Another wonderful tale by the
Weatherford, Texas, writer. Near fine in near fine dj. Wilson 17, Dykes 50 p9. (#1602061)
1281. Green, Charles H. THE HEADWEAR WORKERS A Century of Trade Unionism. United Hatters,Cap and Millinery,
Workers International Union, NY, (1944), 1944. First Edition. Gilt-stamped cloth. 254pp. Bibliographical Note. "The story of (men's
hatters) unions... their struggles to win... industrial democracy." The millinery workers joined them. There is a section on each, and
also cap makers. Concluding section is "One Union." Covers soiled, but in good, tight condition. Just a bit of fraying to toe of spine.
1282. Green, Donald E. PANHANDLE PIONEER Henry C. Hitch, His Ranch, and His Family (Double Signed). Norman: OU,
1979. First Edition. Cloth. 294pp. Illus. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Please note the flaw to the following signatures: Green inscribed
the book to "my good friend and fellow OHS (Okla Hist Soc) Board Member (name given) -- it is an 8 line inscription. On the verse
the same member receives an inscription from a member of the Hitch family. However, a presumably later owner of the book (there is
a later fos on the ffep, along with a "book sale" stamp) unfortunately blacked out the addressee on the Hitch presentation. You can still
make it out, barely. That "blackout" bled through to the recto, defacing Green's signature. That said, (and what can I say about book
owners that do such things) still an otherwise fine copy of a modern classic of ranching in the Oklahoma Panhandle, in lightly rubbed
dj. (#1011059) $28.36
1283. Green, John Willison, et. al. MEMORIES Agassiz, Harrison Hot Springs & Harrison Mills (2 volumes). Agassiz:
Agassiz-Harrison Historical Soc, 2001. First Edition. 1st printings. Gilt-stamped 4to green hardbound. 863pp. Illus. Endpaper maps.
Vol. 1 is General and historical, with vintage photos. Vol. 2 is family histories. Of particular note is that the late John Green, one of
the outstanding pioneers of Bigfoot - Sasquatch research, is included in these volumes. Vol 2 features a full two pages written by John
about he and his beloved wife, June. It includes some Bigfoot history involving his early days in the research, as well as reference to
his early publishing on the subject. Vol 1 has 16 listings of Green in the index, one of them being a two page essay he wrote on the
Lions' Club. To collectors in particular of John Green material, this set is almost completely unknown and overlooked. A must
acquisition for Green collectors. Of course, the set is very valuable for anyone interested in the Harrison area, which has long been
associated with Sasquatch. Copies are very hard to find now. These copies fine, and they were issued without dust jackets. Shipping
for two large volumes will be extra in some cases. (#SHEL966)
1284. Green, John. LAND OF THE SASQUATCH. Victoria (B.C.): Beautiful British Columbia Magazine, 1974. First Thus. 1st
printing, full issue of the Fall, 1974 issue of Beautiful British Columbia Magazine. The nine-page article which is titled in this listing
is primarily composed of terrific color photographs. The text is somewhat brief, but adequate. This is a "must have" item for serious
collectors of books and articles on the subject. In this article, Green writes not so much about the creature, Bigfoot/Sasquatch (this is
four years before his publication of his classic book, Sasquatch - the Apes Among Us and just a few years after his three earlier,
smaller books), but about this lovely, mountainous, lake and river decorated section of southwestern B. C. which is one of the handful
of truly classic geographic areas out of which have come historic Sasquatch reports. There are 19 paragraphs of text and 9
photographs, including a seldom seen photo of young John Green showing a cast to a young couple, and a photo showing one of the
early Sasquatch carvings no longer to be seen on the outskirts of Harrison Hot Springs. Mr. Green has lived in the Harrison - Agassiz
area of B. C. most of his adult life. He served as mayor of Harrison Hot Springs and as a newspaper publisher, during which time he
began to take seriously the accounts of local citizens and First Nations people about the Sasquatch. This complete, original copy of
the magazine is in vg+ condition with a bit of shelf wear on the back cover near the fold & a bit of the same on a couple of other spots.
1285. Green, John. ON THE TRACK OF THE SASQUATCH. Harrison Hot Springs: Privately Prnted, 1968. 2nd Edition. 2nd
edition. 4to pictorial wraps with French folds. 78pp. Illus. Maps. One of the earliest and still one of the most important books
published on the subject. The first publication of the famous Bigfoot / Sasquatch researcher, newspaperman and publisher, Green.
Short split from wear at bottom of spine, else vg. (#SHEL907b)
CALIFORNIA TO CANADA. Harrison Hot Springs: Cheam, 1980. First Thus. First printing of this reprint edition. 4to pictorial
wraps. 64pp. Illus. The early Green writings are still, to this bookseller, fresh and engaging. They have the feel of the time of the
pioneering work Green was noted for. Fine condition. (#SHEL968)
1287. Green, John. THE SASQUATCH FILE (Signed). Agassiz: Cheam, 1973. 1st Edition. 4to pictorial wraps. 80pp. Illus. Maps.
Signed by Green, one of the first original serious researchers. Green is a retired journalist (Columbia University post-graduate degree).
His contribution to the field of Sasquatch research is deep & profound. His data-gathering was highly systematic & is a "gold mine"
for historical research. This is his third book. A few minor spots to covers; slight bump to lower corner. Vg. Very scarce in first/signed
copies. (#1307052)
1288. Green, Norma Kidd. IRON EYE'S FAMILY: The Children of Joseph La Flesche. (Signed). Nebraska. State Hist. Soc. &
Johnson Pub., Lincoln, 1969., 1969. First Edition. Pictorial cloth. 225pp. Illust. Notes. Bibliography. Family tree diagram. Signed by
Kidd. Bookplate on ffep. La Flesche was the "last man to obtain Chiefship of the Omaha". Detailed account of the family, mostly with
19th Century history dating back to Lewis & Clark. Fine in dj. (#0205060)
1289. Greening, Charles Ross. NOT AS BRIEFED (Signed). n.p.: Privately published, 1945. Limited First Edition. A stated limited
edition, but not a numbered limitation. Oblong, 4to linen over boards (hardbound) with comb binding. Front cover is gilt-stamped with
gilt illustration. Signed by Greening. This book is a portfolio of the reproduced watercolors of the artist's paintings done while he was
a prisoner in a German POW camp (twice!) in WWII. The paintings are of aircraft, many of them representing pilots in the camps
with Greening. Some of them are pictorial descriptions of those pilots being shot down. There are 50 numbered color plates. The onepage Dedication by Greening is a remarkable description of producing art and music/performances in a POW camp using materials at
hand, but more than that -- a testimony to the power of the human spirit. Greening also wrote a Preface which is where his (original)
signature has been written. Foreword by Beirne Lay, Jr., Colonel, Air Corps. There is an additional 4pp introduction about Greening
by J. M. Coppinger which was written "On the Eve of Liberation / Stalag Luft, One / Barth, Germany." The publication year is not
given, but we assume it was probably 1945. In near fine condition with perhaps just a touch of browning to cover edges & a few tiny
foxing spots to a leaf or two. This work was reprinted by WSU Press in 2001, but this copy is the very scarce original ltd edition with
no publication place or exact date given. (#SHEL940)
1290. Greenwell, J. Richard (Ed.). CRYPTOZOOLOGY Interdisciplinary Journal of the International Society of
Cryptozoology Volume 8. Lawrence: Allen Press, 1989. First Thus. 1st printing of Vol 8 edition. Printed wraps. 157pp. Illus. Articles
(abbrev.): Coelacanth (Courtenay-Latimer), Paleocryptozoology (Mayor), Australian "Hairy Man" (Smith), Sasquatch Footprints
(Baird), Legal Inquiry into Sasquatch Evidence (John Green). The section of Field Reports includes Investigations into the Reported
Yeren - The Wildman of China. There are also book reviews (Mokele-Mbembe, Loch Ness & Lake Champlain, Ogopogo, Southern
Ark (New Zealand), & "Odd Bestiary". Also a "Comments and Responses" section (Heuvelmans, Le Blond, Greenwell, et. al.). Minor
bump/creases to upper corner. Vg+. Scarce. (#5021042)
1291. Greenwood, T. Two Rivers (Signed). New York: Kensington Pub Corp, 2009. ARC. Advance Uncorrected Proof. Trade
pictorial wraps. 367 pp. Signed & dated by Greenwood. A highly dramatic novel set in Vermont. Fine, like new. (#5022042ARC)
1292. Greer, James Kimmins. COLONEL JACK HAYS Texas Frontier Leader and California Builder. NY: E. P. Dutton , 1952.
First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 428pp. Illus. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Maps. Endpaper maps. Fine in slightly edgeworn, pc dj
with a small chip on top edge of front panel. Dykes HS p117, Dobie p60. (#1602062) $71.88
FRIEND OTTO NAMBO. NY: Lee & Shepard, 1882. 1882 on title page; 1881 on verso. Pictorial hardbound. 372pp. Illus. Reading
copy only; loss to top / bottom of spine; binding overall tight with some pulling to signatures a bit. Hinges are sound. fos/address on
blank page. (#5019051) $35.00
1294. Gregg, Josiah; Moorhead, Max L. (Ed.). COMMERCE OF THE PRAIRIES. Norman: OU, 1954. First edition thus. 1st
printing this OU edition. Cloth. 469pp. Illus. Glossary. Sources. Index. Folding map. Fine in vg or better, pc dj. W-C 108, Graff 1659,
Howes G401, SFT 255, Flake 3716, Dobie p76. (#1602063) $31.62
1295. Gregor, David. IN DIFFERENT TIMES: A Fictional Memoir (Signed). Seattle: Alki Press, 1992. First Edition. 1st printing.
Pictorial wraps. 258pp. Signed by Gregor. "... a good read. A vivid heart-breaking story about youth and the end of youth, war and
love. Try it, you'll enjoy it." (William Kittredge). On the back panel: "This is Bremerton, Washington, in the 1960s, and the gang you
meet is not one of laid-back hippies and love-children. There are the other guys, survivors in the land of shipyards and munitions
depots..." A first book by the fine Washington State antiquarian book dealer. Near fine. (#SHEL538)
1296. Gregory, V. J., Col. KEEPERS AT THE GATE (Signed). Port Townsend Pub. Co., Port Townsend, 1976, 1976. First
Edition. Gilt-stamped cloth. 367pp. Illust. Maps. Name & Topic Indexes. Endpaper photos. Laid in is a folded, brief, T.L.S. written to
book dealer/collector George Tweney requesting his review of Gregory's book. Also laid in are two publisher's promos (each
different), a lengthy publication announcement from the Port Townsend Leader, and lastly an article, "The Last Shot", by the author
which was also printed in the Leader. There is a brief handwritten note by author on the latter. From the dj: "This book unfolds a
dramatic account of the struggles involved in the acquisition of the Pacific Northwest. Focus is placed on pioneer explorations,
engineering projects, military establishments." Most of the subject matter appears to be in & around Puget Sound. Moderate offset
from the newspaper is on both sides of the first blank sheet. Near fine, actually a choice copy, in dj. (#0603069)
1297. Gressley, Gene M. BANKERS AND CATTLEMEN. NY: Knopf, 1966. First Edition. 1st printing. Decorated cloth. 320pp.
Illus. Bibliography. Index. "The stocks-and-bonds, Havana cigar, mahogany-and-leather side of the cowboy era; politics, investors,
and operators from 18j70 to 1900." A scholarly work. Fine in dj. (#SHEL722) $30.00
1298. Gressley, Gene M. BANKERS AND CATTLEMEN (Signed). NY: Knopf, 1966. First Edition. 1st printing. Decorated cloth.
320pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Presentation copy of appreciation to James Tattersall, who contributed to the book; signed & dated
in year of publication by Gressley. "The stocks-and-bonds, Havana cigar, mahogany-and-leather side of the cowboy era; politics,
investors, and operators from 1870 to 1900." A scholarly work. Fine in dj. (#1402053) $50.02
1299. Gridley, Marion E. (Ed.). INDIANS OF TODAY. Chicago: Privately Printed, 1947. First Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped
cloth. 111pp. Illus/portraits. Index. 1 page bios of many leaders & artists, some quite famous. Ex-lib, but good. No dj, as issued?
1300. Gridley, Marion E. INDIAN LEGENDS OF AMERICAN SCENES. M. A. Donohue & Co., Chicago, 1939, 1939. First
Edition. 1st edition. Royal 8vo decor cloth. 127pp. Nicely illustrated in color & b/w. Stories from Alabama to Washington. Bottom of
backstrip slightly frayed, repaired with matching cloth tape, else fine in slightly chipped, pc dj. (#9203060) $11.48
1301. Griffin, Trenholme J. (Ed.); Griffin, Judge Arthur (Comp.). AH MO: Indian Legends from the Northwest (Signed). Surrey
& Blaine: Hancock House, 1990. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 64pp. Illus. Suggested Reading List. Signed by editor.
There is a short gift inscription on the inside of the front cover. 13 legends of the Snohomish, Suquamish, Puyallup, Twana, Lummi,
Chinook, Skagit, & Kittatas. Several pages on Judge Griffin Fine. (#1307054) $17.51
1302. Griffis, Molly (Editor). THE LAND WE BELONG TO IS GRAND. Levite of Apache, Norman, various publication dates,
1987. First Edition. This special offering is a labeled box containing 8 booklets published by Levite of Apache. It was prepared in
1889 at the time of the centennial of the run into Old Oklahoma, the Unassigned Lands. It contains also a swatch of Pendleton blanket
(the editor followed the family business & dealt in Pendletons, with special credit to the Indians who kept her grandfather in the
mercantile business) & an explanation sheet. Books included, all in wrappers, are: 1) Beth Thomas Meeks & Bonnie Speer, HECK
THOMAS, MY PAPA (1st pr., 1988, signed by Speer). 2) Mrs. Tom Ferguson, THEY CARRIED THE TORCH THE STORY OF
OKLAHOMA'S PIONEER NEWSPAPERS (Reprint, 1989, signed by Griffis). 3) Molly Griffis, LOVE LETTERS TO A POTBELLIED STOVE (1st pr., 1987, signed by Griffis). 4) Robert Jackson, THE REMARKABLE RIDE OF THE ABERNATHY BOYS
(Reprint, 1988). 5) Shelby Fly, THE SAGA OF THE CHOTEAUS OF OKLAHOMA (1st pr., 1988, signed by Fly & by prima
ballerina Yvonne Chouteau). 6) Lahoma Rackley, THE QUIET COMFORT OF QUILTS STITCHES OF LOVE (2nd pr., 1988). 7)
Velma Taliaferro, MEMOIRS OF A CHICKASAW SQUAW (2nd pr., 1987). 8) George Levite, BY GEORGE! FOR LILLY (loving
memoir of the publisher's parents) (7th pr., 1989, signed by Griffis). Some of these titles are very scarce. All in fine condition. 19871989 (#0711153)$225.00
1303. Griffis, Molly Levite (Jim Ross, Research). THE GREAT AMERICAN BUNION DERBY (Signed). Austin, 2003, 2003.
First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial hardbound. 87pp. Illust/photos. Signed & dated by Griffis. An uplifting & previously overlooked
true story about Andy Payne, part Cherokee Indian from Foyil, Oklahoma, who won a highly publicized Los Angeles to New York
City footrace in 1928. The event is engagingly written by an award winning & top-notch Oklahoma author. Fine, as new, no dj as
issued. Scarce now in hardbound 1st. (#0711154)
1304. Grimson, Todd. STABS AT HAPPINESS 13 Stories. Tucson: Schaffner Press, 2012. ARC. Advance copy. Pictorial wraps.
189pp. Fine. (#SHEL791) $5.00
1305. Griner, Paul. The German Woman. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2009. First Edition. Hardbound. 308 pp. "From a
writer known for his abilities to craft a 'distinctive literary thriller' .. comes a novel of lovers with complicated loyalities whose lives
span both world wars." Fine, like new in dj. (#P3079)
1306. Grossman, Elizabeth. WATERSHED The Undamming of America (Signed). Counterpoint, NY, 2002., 2002. First Edition.
1st printing. Monogrammed hardbound. 238pp. Notes, Index, Bibliography Signed & dated by Grossman. A well written book dealing
with dams & diversions in along America's rivers in all regions of the co untry. Fine, as new in dj. (#5013024)
1307. Grove, David C. THE OLMEC PAINTINGS OF OXTOTITLAN CAVE GUERRERO, MEXICO. Dumbarton Oaks Trustees for Harvard University, Wash. D. C., 1970, 1970. First Edition. Quarto printed wraps. 36pp. Illustrated. Frontispiece in
striking color. Bibliography. Studies in Pre-Columbian Art & Archaeology, #6. Small abrasion near bottom of front cover, else fine.
Scarce. (#5009050)
1308. Grover, David H. LANDMARKS IN WESTERN ORATORY. Graduate School Univ. of Wyo., Laramie, 1968, 1968. First
Edition. Pictorial cloth. 203pp. Illust. Essays on "Plains Indian as a Public Speaker", Thomas Starr King, Adolph Sutro, Upton
Sinclair, Henry Spalding, Utah & Theocracy, Hiram Johnson, the Progressive Movement, Upton Sinclair , et. al.. First couple of
pages with slight vertical crease, else fine. (#9106047)
1309. Grubar, Francis S. WILLIAM RANNEY Painter of the Early West. NY: Clarkson N. Potter, 1962. First Edition. 1st
printing. 4to cloth. 65pp + b/w plates. fos & date on ffep. Fine in good, slightly chipped, pc dj. (#1602064) $11.50
1310. Grubb, W. Barbrooke (H. T. Morrey Jones, Ed.). AN UNKNOWN PEOPLE IN AN UNKNOWN LAND An Account of
the Life and Customs of the Lengua Indians of the Paraguayan Chaco, with Adventures and Experiences During Twenty
Years' Pioneering and Exploration Amongst Them. London: Seeley, Service & Co., 1914. 4th Edition. 4th edition. 327pp. Illus.
Index. Map. Appendices. 1923 gift inscription. Mild foxing to ffep & rfep. Very, very scarce in early editions. (#1111067) $52.68
1311. Gudde, Erwin G. BIGLER'S CHRONICLE OF THE WEST The Conquest of California, Discovery of Gold, and
Mormon Settlement as Reflected in Henry William Bigler's Diaries. Berkeley: Univ of California, 1962. First Edition. 1st printing.
Silver-stamped cloth. 145pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Fine in vg dj with minor wear. (#1506052)
1312. Guie, H. Dean. BUGLES IN THE VALLEY the story of Garnett's Fort Simcoe (Signed). Yakima: Privately Printed, 1956.
First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 144pp. Illus. Bibliography. Signed by Guie in 1956. "... a clear and fascinating picture of
Army days .. (during) the thrilling Yakima Indian War." Mild wear. Vg. (#1402055)
1313. Guinan, Paul; Bennett, Anina. BOILERPLATE: History's Mechanical Marvel (Signed). New York: Abrams Image, 2009.
First Edition. Pictorial 4to hardbound. 167pp. Index. Time Line. Signed by both authors & dated '09 on the blank verso of the ffep.
Original ink drawing of Boilerplate by Guinan on same page. A spectacular book! The authors have created a character named
Boilerplate, who looks like a WWI Doughboy made out of a cylinder boiler with arms, legs, & head with WWI helmet. They photoshopped him into real photos & prints/posters of historical events (and theatrical events) from the late 19th Century into the early 20th
Century, & have written a text explaining the real history, interwoven with Boilerplate's imagined place in that history. Thoroughly
illustrated in color & b/w with vintage photos (including Boilerplate!), maps, prints, etc.. Example: full page poster in color from a
fictitious Jack London play, "Marvel of the Klondike" showing Boilerplate wrestling with a bear in a saloon, captioned, "The Metal
Man Triumphs Over An Enormous Grizzly." Fine, like new. No dj as issued. If you like Steampunk you'll love this book. (#1104050)
1314. Gulick, Bill & Ed Roberge (Photographer). MANHUNT THE PURSUIT OF HARRY TRACY. (Signed). Caldwell:
Caxton, 1999. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 228pp. Illus. Signed by Gulick, who passed away in the fall of 2013. Another
fine book by the late "Dean" of Pacific Northwest writers. Fine, like new. (#1402056) $35.02
1315. Gulick, Bill & Ed Roberge (Photographer). SNAKE RIVER COUNTRY. (Signed). Caldwell, 1971., 1971. First Edition. 1st
edition. Large 4to hardbound. 195pp. Illust. Signed by Gulick. Gift inscription ffep. Barely noticeable water stain on top of many
pages. Good in dj with 2 large chips from bottom of front panel. (#9106048)
1316. Gulick, Bill. SIXTY-FOUR YEARS AS A WRITER (Signed). Caxton Press, Caldwell, 2006. First Edition. Trade pictorial
wraps. 344pp. Illustrated with several photos. Index. This is a great reading memoir of one of the most accomplished, successful, &
respected Western writers of our time, & a long-time member of the Western Writers of America. His mentor was OU prof Stanley
Vestal. First part of this book devoted to early employment in Oklahoma & the beginning of his writing career there. Fine, as new.
1317. Gulick, Bill. A THOUSAND FOR THE CARIBOO (Signed). Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1954. First Edition. Cloth. 197pp.
Presentation copy from Gulick to first-name friends, "con mucho amour". Novel based on the 1,000 mile trail from The Dalles.
Oregon. to the B.C. gold fields. Thin strip of white "paint" on front edge of cover spine, else vg in chipped & worn dj. (#1104051)
1318. Gulick, Bill. OUTLAWS OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST. (Signed). Caldwell: Caxton, 2000. First Edition. Pictorial
wraps. 197pp. Illus. Signed by Gulick. A fine outlaw book by the esteemed late historian. Chapters on Dave Updyke, Ferd Patterson,
Richard Bogle, Josephine Wolf, Henry Plummer, Hank Vaughn, Harry Orchard, Bill Heywood, Chief Bigfoot; more. Fine, like new.
1319. Gulick, Bill. Roberge, Earl (Photos). SNAKE RIVER COUNTRY. (Signed). Caxton, Caldwell, 1971., 1971. First Edition.
Folio gilt-stamped cloth. 195pp. Signed, "Best Regards, Bill Gulick". Beautifully illustrated. One of the Caxton Presses finest books
Fine, pristine copy, virtually as new in dj & IN ORIGINAL CAXTON MAILING BOX. (#9601062)
1320. Gunn, O. B; Nolie Mumey & Leroy Hafen. NEW MAP AND HANDBOOK OF KANSAS & THE GOLD MINES. Denver:
Privately Published, 1952. Limited/Numbered. Copy 24 of 500. 12mo blind-stamped cloth with wrappers booklet bound within. Large
folding map. 9th facsimile title in 1859 Pike's Peak Guidebook Series. Original was published in 1859. Editor's information page folds
out. Fine in original wood grain paper box/slipcase. Scarce. WCB 327:2. Howes G461. (#1209061)
1321. Gustafson, A. F.. Guise, W.J.. Hamilton Jr.. H. Ries. CONSERVATION IN THE UNITED STATES. Comstock, Cornell
Heights, Ithaca, 1949. Royal 8vo cloth with gilt-stamped vignette on cover. 445pp.. Illustrations, Charts, Maps. Former owners
signatures (2). Written by members of the faculty at Cornell University, this book covers a wide swath of conservation issues during
the Depression, Soil, Water, Grazing Lands, Cattle, Minerals, Wildlife, Coal, Fisheries, Natural Gas, Forestry, etc.. Tiny pin sized
speckles on spine, else fine. ca 1949 (#5001046)
1322. Gutenberg, Johann). FIVE CENTURIES AFTER JOHANN GUTENBERG 1440 - 1940. Everett Pulp & Paper Co., Everett
WA, (1940), 1940. First Edition. 1st edition apparently. 4to, magazine size wraps. (10pp.). Illust. An interesting short item "In
Commemoration of the Five Hundredth Anniversary of the Invention of Printing". Lightly soiled & bottom fore corners just a little
curled. Vg. Scarce. (#5008058)
1323. Guterson, David. The Country Ahead of Us, the Country Behind: Stories. NY: Harper & Row, 1989. First Edition. 1st
printing. Cloth. 162pp. Signed by Guterson (not a presentation or inscription -- just a signature.). Fine in dj. (#SHEL764)
1324. Guterson, David. OUR LADY OF THE FOREST (Signed). Knopf, NY, 2003, 2003. ARC. Advance Reader's Edition.
Pictorial wraps. 317pp. The author's 3rd novel, set in the Pacific Northwest. Guterson creates the complex, tragic, & often profane
dynamics of a rain forest lumbering town in Washington during hard times. A teen age girl has visions of the Virgin Mary in the
woods & everybody's lives are changed. Tiny bump on bottom of spine, else fine, unread copy. (#0401066ARC) $8.20
1325. Guterson, David. SNOW FALLING ON CEDARS (Signed). NY: Harcourt Brace & Co., 1994. First Edition. 1st printing
(letter line starting with "A"). Cloth & boards. 345pp. Signed (signed only) by Guterson on t-p. A moody, misty & great crime novel
set in the Pacific Northwest islands. Wonderful winter reading. Fine in dj. (#1402058) $57.53
1326. Guterson, David. SNOW FALLING ON CEDARS. NY: Harcourt Brace, 1994. First Edition. Cloth & boards. 344pp. One of
the best novels written in recent years, certainly one of the best with the Pacific Northwest as backdrop. A perfect curl-up book on a
winter's night. Fine, virtually like new, in fine dj. (#1104052) $16.22
1327. Guterson, David. FAMILY MATTERS Why Homeschooling Makes Sense. (Signed). NYC: Harcourt, Brace Jovanovich,
1992. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 245pp. Signed by Guterson. Guterson, author of the award winning Snow Falling On
Cedars, was a high school English teacher. In this book he, an advocate of home-schooling at the time he wrote it, addresses its "very
real problems, ambiguities, and contradictions." Fine, as new in like dj. (#SHEL098)
1328. Guterson, David. SNOW FALLING ON CEDARS (Signed). Vintage, NY, 1995., 1995. First Thus. 1st trade wrappers
edition. Pictorial wraps. 460pp. Signed by Guterson. Pen Faulkner Award Winning novel & just about everybody's favorite novel
from 1995. Fine. (#FTR133)
1329. Guterson, Mary. We Are All Fine Here (Signed). E Rutherford, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Berkley Signature, 2006. First Edition.
Glossy pictorial trade wraps. 201pp. Signed & dated by Guterson right after publication. Fine, as new. (#5015030) $6.28
1330. Guthrie Jr, A. B. MURDER IN THE COTSWOLDS A Novel. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1989. First Edition. 1st printing.
Cloth. 194pp. Novel set in England by the famous Montana writer. "Montana Sheriff Chick Charleston Confronts an English Crime."
Fine in dj. (#1408056)
1331. Guthrie, A. B., Jr. BIG SKY, FAIR LAND The Environmental Essays. Flagstaff: Northland, 1988. First Edition. 1st
printing. Cloth. 187pp. An important work on the famous Montana novelists views on the environment, both in his essays & in his
novels. Fine in dj. Fine copies scarce. (#1408060) $35.02
1332. Guthrie, A. B., Jr. THE BLUE HEN'S CHICK A Life in Context. NY: McGraw Hill, 1965. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth.
187pp. Autobiography/memoir of the famous Montana novelist. Near fine in edge darkened, but complete dj (no chips). (#1408061)
1333. Guthrie, A.B., Jr. THE BIG IT and other stories. Boston, 1960., 1960. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 177pp.
Owner's small address label on ffep. This volume represents dome of the best short story writing on the West ever written. It's a
classic. Fine in slightly worn dj. (#9211064)$37.73
1334. Guthrie, Jr., A. B. TWENTY-SIX YEARS AFTER. Bozeman, 1981., 1981. Limited First Edition. Ltd to 250 copies. 12mo
printed pict wraps. (10pp). Bookseller & teacher Jane Graham had this fine press edition done of the famous Western author's 1949
address to Montana State Univ. when he received an honorary Doctor of Literature. Fine in original printed envelope. Scarce.
1335. Guthrie, Oklahoma Territory). GUTHRIE CITY DIRECTORY 1890. N.p., (2004), 2004. Reprint. Reprint (not facsimile).
Stapled wraps. 56pp. Names, addresses, & occupations of the citizens who inhabited Guthrie, Oklahoma Territory, about a year after
the run into Old Oklahoma. Alphabetically listed by name. Includes lawmen William Tilghman (saloon) and E. Dumas Nix (grocer).
Fine. (#SHEL299)
1336. Gwartney, Debra. Live Through This a mother's memoir of runaway daughters and reclaimed love (Signed). Boston:
Houghton Mifflin, 2009. ARC. Advance Reading Copy. Glossy pictorial trade wraps. 224 pp. Signed by Gwartney on title page.
Highly praised memoir. Fine, like new. (#5022045ARC)
1337. Haagensen, C. D., and Wyndham, E. B. Lloyd. A HUNDRED YEARS OF MEDICINE. New York: Sheridan House, 1943.
First Edition. Cloth. 444pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Owner's address label on front paste down. Sections: Medicine Up to a
Hundred Years Ago, Medical Science During the Last Hundred Years, Surgery During the Last Hundred Years, New Social Aspects
of Medicine. Cloth at top of spine split 1cm. Vg. (#5010054) $11.74
1338. Habel, Norman C. CREATE IN ME. St. Louis: Privately printed, Concordia Seminary Press, 1967. First Edition. Pictorial
wraps. 12pp. One of the early and popular attempts in modern times to write a new liturgy for use primarily in Lutheran Churches.
The parts of the liturgy were set to familar folk tunes: "Michael Row the Boat Ashore", "This Land is Your Land", "Oh, Rock my
Soul, "Blowing in the Wind" & more. The texts were contemporary, but followed the format of the historic Lutheran liturgy. The
author was a professor at Concordia Seminary in St. Louis. Owner's signature & date & some check marks. Fine. Very scarce.
1339. Hadley, Douglas, and Willson, Valerie (Illust). STORIES TOLD IN WINTER. Champoeg Press, Forest Grove (OR), 1979,
1979. Limited/Numbered. Ltd to 950 copies. 4to pictorial gilt-stamped cloth. 76pp. Strikingly illustrated from original Northwest
Coast Indian prints of Valerie Willson. Erratum sheet laid in. Stories of coastal Indians compiled for The Book Club of Western
American Limited Editions. Very attractive. As new, no dj as issued. (#0105077)
1340. Hafleigh, Heather. INDIAN VAQUEROS OF CALIFORNIA. Berkeley: News from Native California, 2000. First Thus.
Separate printing. 4to pictorial wraps. (15pp.). Illustrated with fine b/w range & roundup photos taken by Hafleigh. Fine, like new.
Very scarce. (#0903063) $28.35
1341. Hagan, William T. THEODORE ROOSEVELT AND SIX FRIENDS OF THE INDIAN. Norman: OU, 1997. First Edition.
Cloth. 274pp. Illus. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Hagan "describes the efforts by six prominent individuals and two institutions to
influence the conduct of Indian affairs during" the Roosevelt administration. Fine, like new in dj. (#1104054)
1342. Hager, Alice Rogers. BIG LOOP AND LITTLE The Cowboy's Story. NY, 1937., 1937. First Edition. 4to cloth. Unpag.
Amply illustrated with b/w photos of cowboys taken by Charles Belden, Jack Haynes, Jr., L.E. Orr, et. al. A very scarce book
unfortunately overlooked by many range book collectors. Text is for younger readers. Near fine in a pc dj that is badly chipped along
the backstrip & has minor chipping to top & bottom of panels. Herd 950. (#0003065)
1343. Hahn, Harriet. JAMES The Connoisseur Cat. NYC: St Martins Pr, 1991. 1st Edition. 1st printing. Small 8vo red cloth.
169pp. The author's first book. Fine in dj. (#5021048)
1344. Haines, Aubrey L. MOUNTAIN FEVER Historic Conquests of Rainier. Portland: Oregon Hist Soc, 1962. First Edition. 1st
printing. Cloth. 255pp. Illus. Appendix. Bibliography. Index. Pictorial endpapers. Map. Fine in pc dj that is slightly chipped.
1345. Hale, Edward E. KANZAS AND NEBRASKA the History, Geographical and Physical Characteristics, and Political
Position of those Territories; an account of the Emigrant Aid Companies, and Directions to Emigrants. Boston: Phillips,
Sampson & Co., & NY: J.C. Derby. 1854., 1854. First Edition. Blind-stamped small 8vo green cloth with gilt-stamped spine. 256pp +
4pp of ads. The 6 3/4" x 7 1/2" tipped in folding map of Kanzas & Nebraska is in photocopy facsimile. There is a pencil signature on
the ffep dated from Boston in 1857. A very important pre-Civil War item. Foxing throughout. The title page was torn vertically down
through 3/4 of the page, but has been professionally mended without tape. Covers are soiled & dull with light wear to extremities &
soft corners. Good, sound copy of a rare title & noted by one authority as the first printed book in the territory. W-C 239a, Graff 1709.
1346. Haley, J. Evetts; Smith, Erwin E. (Photos). LIFE ON THE TEXAS RANGE (Signed). Austin: Univ. of Texas, 1952. First
Edition. 1st printing. 4to pictorial cloth in photo-pictorial slipcase. 112pp. Illustrated in several dozen plates with the simply truthful &
wonderful b/w - sepia cowboy photographs of Smith, who was recently written-up in True West Magazine. Pictorial endpapers.
Signed by Haley on the half-title; no inscription. Haley wrote a fine biographical introduction for this book. This great copy was
carefully stored away by your bookseller for many years. A fine, unread copy in fine original slipcase. Pristine! Dykes HS p60 ("the
only High, High Spot rating among books illustrated with photographs"), Robinson 22, Herd 966, 44 & 44 #69, Dobie p119 ("easily
the finest range book in the realm of the pictorial ever published"). (#SHEL935)
1347. Haley, J. Evetts. EARL VANDALE ON THE TRAIL OF TEXAS BOOKS. (Signed Association). Palo Duro Press,
Canyon, 1965, 1965. Limited First Edition. Ltd to 500 copies. Gilt-stamped cloth. 44pp. Illust. Inscribed by printer Carl Hertzog.
Much sought memoir by a great book collector. Fine, no dj as issued. Very scarce. Robinson 39, Lowman 191. (#9309062) $213.23
1348. Haley, J. Evetts. MEN OF FIBER. (Signed). El Paso, 1963. First Thus. "Shamrock Edition". Pict wrps. 39pp. Illust.
Inscribed by Haley. Designed/Carl Hertzog. Fine. Robinson 36. (#9011100)
1349. Hall, Carroll Douglas. THE TERRY-BRODERICK DUEL. Colt Press, SF, 1939., 1939. First Edition. Pictorial & decorated
cloth & boards. 89pp. Illustrated with fine woodcuts. Laid in is a nice piece of book collecting/publishing ephemera, issue #1 of The
Colt (Aug., 1941, 8pp.) a news sheet from the publisher. The Colt Press was owned by the wife of one of the famous Grabhorn
brothers, famed printers of San Francisco. A fine press book. Vg, no dj as issued. (#0208069)
1350. Hall, George E. U. S BICENTENNIAL RECOLLECTIONS OF OCONTO COUNTY (Signed). Oconto: Privately Printed,
1976. First Thus. 1st printing in book form. Gilt-stamped cloth. 200pp. Illus. Map. Presentation copy inscribed & signed by Hall.
Oconto is in northern Wisconsin, a very beautiful area. Laid in is folded legal-size newsletter sheet announcing the death of the author
& describing his contribution to the community. Fine. Quite scarce. (#1412060) $100.05
1351. Hall, Monty; Durso, Joe. GROWING UP WESTERN (Double signed). Helena: Twodot, 1997. 2nd printing. Cloth. 226pp.
Illustrated with drawings. Presentation to your bookseller by Hall & also signed by Durso. "An honest... account of boyhood in
western Montana in the 1930s and 40s." Fine in dj. (#1408064)
1352. Hall, Tyler. NOT JUST GILPIN COUNTY Photographs of people and places, mines and mountains, focused on, but not
limited to, Gilpin County, Colorado. Denver: V. E. Hall, 1990. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to cloth. 80pp on glossy stock. Page in
back listing names & places. One of the best regional books of fine b/w portraits & photos I have seen. Superb portraits of people
where they drink, work, etc., interiors, mines, shots of the town of Central City, etc. Just a trace of wear to spine ends; fine condition
in fine dj with just bit of wear on backstrip. Very scarce. (#1209062) $81.04
1353. Hallman, Tom Jr. SAM The Boy Behind the Mask (Signed). Putnam's, NY, 2002., 2002. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth &
boards. 235pp. Signed & dated by Hallman soon after publication. A wonderfully written, "inspirational and universal", true account
by Pulitzer Prize winning Hallman about Sam Lightner, who was born with a rare disfiguring disease. Fine in dj. (#5001039) $11.74
1354. Hallwas, John. DIME NOVEL DESPERADOES The Notorious Maxwell Brothers. Urbana & Chicago: Univ of Illinois,
2008. First Edition. Cloth. 402 pp. Illust. Maps. Notes. Bibliography. Index. "A thrilling true crime narrative and groundbreaking
historical account, .. the long-forgotten story of Ed and Lon Maxwell, the outlaw brothers from Illinois..." (1875 - 1881). After the
brothers killed two Wisconsin lawmen, one of the largest manhunts ever put together pursued them in Iowa, Illinois, Missouri,
Nebraska, & Wisconsin. Fine, like new in dj. (#0903065)
1355. Halsell, Grace. BESSIE YELLOWHAIR (Signed). NY: William Morrow, 1973. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 213pp.
Inscribed warmly by Halsell to Phyl (Phyllis) Garland, who passed away in 2006 & who was "the first African American and first
woman to earn tenure at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism." This copy is not signed by Garland. The author
lived with the Yellowhair family on the Navajo reservation. She was critical of the BIA. Fine in near fine dj (front flap with corner
crease). (#1302055)
1356. Halton County Radial Railway). Mills, J. M. CANADIAN CAR BUILDERS SERIES : No. 3: Miscellaneous Builders.
Ontario Electric Railway Historical Assoc. (Scarborough), n.d.. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. (16pp.). Illust. "Souvenir of Halton
County Radial Railway Operating Railway Museum." Photos are of cars of Montreal Tramways, Toronto Transportation, B. C.
Electric, Calgary Municipal, Hull Electric, etc.. more Canadian trams & railways. Curling to upper right corner of pages, else fine.
Scarce. n.d. (#NIC027 - 1)
1357. Hambly, Wilfrid Dyson. WITH A MOTOR TRUCK IN WEST AFRICA. NY: Century, 1931. First Edition. Embossed
pictorial, decorative, & gilt-stamped cloth. 259pp. Illus. Endpaper maps, "Trophy Hunter's Adventures in Angola and Nigeria".
Former owner's embossment on ffep & on frontispiece. Light soil. Vg+. No dj. This is NOT an ex-lib copy. Scarce in this nice a
condition. (#5008100)
1358. Hamell, Patrick J. HANDBOOK OF PATROLOGY Concise, authoritative guide to the life and works of the Fathers of
the Church. Staten Island: Alba House, 1968. Pictorial wraps. 170pp. Bibliography. Index. A scholarly, but easily read reference
survey. Three former owners' names crossed out. Price sticker inside front cover. Light rubbing to covers. About vg. Scarce.
1359. Hamer, Christine, and Hevel, Margaret. PARENTING WITH PETS The Magic of Raising Children with Animals
(Signed). Bothell: Book Publishers Network, 2007. 2nd printing. Trade pictorial wraps. 180pp. Drawings. Presentation copy. Fine,
like new. (#5020019)
1360. Hamilton, Capt. Thomas Marion. THE YOUNG PIONEER When Captain Tom was a Boy. (Signed). Wash DC, 1932.,
1932. First Edition. Cloth. 284pp. Bold signature by the Captain on ffep. Ink fos. Some mighty tall tales the author would like to pass
as true. Top back cover bumped, as are last few pages, else vg. Heavily chipped front panel of dj laid in - pulpy paper. Scarce. In 6guns. (#9902097)
1361. Hamilton, Henry; Griffin, James. B.; Willoughby, Charles C. THE SPIRO MOUND and AN INTERPRETATION OF
Columbia: The Missouri Archaeologist, 1952. 2nd printing. Pictorial wraps. 276pp. Amply illustrated with photo plates & drawings.
Bibliography. Owner's name/address label inside front cover. The Preface was written by Griffin. This is Volume 14 (whole issue),
Oct., 1952. Near fine. (#1602065) $40.25
1362. Hamilton, Kiki. THE FAERIE RING (Signed). NY: Tor Teen, 2011. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 348pp. Signed by
Hamilton on title page. Laid in publisher's book mark & publisher's color promo sheet. Fine, like new in dj. (#SHEL886)
1363. Hamley & Co. HAMLEY COWBOY CATALOG. Pendleton, 1931., 1931. First Thus. Black wraps. 176pp. Illust. On the
lower part of the front cover, under the title, Hamley affixed a large, 3 1/2" x 4", white & red label: "LOWER PRICES On
SADDLES, CHAPS", etc. Light stains on last leaf of index. Upper right corner of covers creased. Good+. (#9911080)
1364. Hamley & Co. HAMLEY'S COWBOY CATALOG NO. 39. Pendleton: Hamley & Co, 1939. First Thus. 1st printing thus of
the famous cowboy equipment maker of Pendleton, Oregon. Pictorial wraps. 160pp. Illus. Laid in price list & pictorial ordering
envelope. Vg+. Scarce. (#1408065)
1365. Hamlin, William Lee. THE TRUE STORY OF BILLY THE KID A Tale of the Lincoln County War. Caldwell: Caxton,
1959. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 364pp. Illustrated with 29 plates of photos & facsimiles. Appendices. Fine in vg dj with some
wear at head/toe of backstrip. 6-guns 911. (#1602066)
1366. Hammerstrom, Francis. STRICTLY FOR THE CHICKENS. Ames: Iowa State Univ Press, 1980. First Edition. Pictorial
hardbound. 174pp. Illustrated with drawings by the author, & with photos. Laid in order sheet from publisher with related titles. fos &
date on endpapers. "A lighthearted account of a half century as a wildlife biologist..." Fran & "Hammy" Hamerstrom were students
under Aldo Leopold & "received an assignment to research prairie chickens." Their work primarily in Central Wisconsin brought this
species into a flourishing population. A fascinating read. Fine in dj. Uncommon. (#1003063)
1367. Hammond Incorporated. Hammond Ambassador World Atlas. Maplewood: Hammond, Inc, 1988. Gilt-stamped hardbound.
No printing stated. 484pp. Thumb-indexed. a.e.g. (all edges gilt). Endpaper maps. Owner's signature on ffep. Fine in dj. (#lynn016a)
1368. Hammond, Diane. Hannah's Dream (Signed). New York: Harpercollins, 2008. 2nd printing. Pictorial trade wraps. 319 pp.
Signed & dated by Hammond in Sept 08. Novel about a woman who has cared for an elephant in a run-down zoo for 41 years. Fine,
like new. (#5022037)
1369. Hammond, Diane. SEEING STARS (Signed). NY: Harpercollins, 2010. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 459pp. Signed by
Hammond on half-title page. Fine, like new. (#Pa014)
1370. Hammond, George P. (Ed.). DIGGING FOR GOLD WITHOUT A SHOVEL The Letters of Daniel Wadsworth Coit
from Mexico City to San Francisco 1848-1851. Denver: Old West, 1967. Limited First Edition. 1st printing ltd to 1,250 copies.
Folio pictorial cloth. 116pp. Illus. Finely printed by Alfred & Lawton Kennedy, San Francisco. A truly interesting California gold rush
item. Fine. No dj as issued. (#1209063)
1371. Hancock, H. Irving. THE YOUNG ENGINEERS IN ARIZONA (The Young Engineers Series). Akron: Saalfield, 1912.
First Edition. Dark brown pictorial cloth. 250pp. Early or original owner's name/address in ink on ffep, with tiny added notation at top
from 1940. Also recent owner's address label on front paste down. Front hinge broken, but webbing holding well. Careful reading
copy that is otherwise bright on the covers. No dj. Scarce. (#0909065) $16.20
1372. Hancock, Neil. CALIX STAY; CIRCLE OF LIGHT 2. NY: Warner Books Inc, 1982. 2ND Warner printing. Mass market
pb. 253pp. Vg. (#5018080)
1373. Hancock, Neil. FARAGON FAIRINGAY CIRCLE OF LIGHT 2. NY: Warner Books Inc, 1982. 3st Warner printing. Mass
market pb. 349pp. Vg. (#5018079) $4.95
1374. Hancock, Neil. GREYFAX GRIMWALD; CIRCLE OF LIGHT 1. NY: Warner Books Inc, 1982. 3st Warner printing.
Mass market pb. 352pp. Vg. (#5018078) $4.95
1375. Hanes, Col Bailey C. BILL DOOLIN OUTLAW O. T. Norman: OU, 1968. First Edition. 1st printing. Hardbound. 207pp.
Illus. Intro by Ramon Adams. Bibliography. A Western Frontier Library original title. Well received bio of the famous Oklahoma
outlaw. Fine in dj. 150 #65, 6-guns 917. (#1402062) $17.51
1376. Hanford, C. H. SEATTLE AND ENVIRONS 1852 - 1924 (Three Volumes). Chicago & Seattle: Pioneer Historical Pub. Co.,
1924. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to green cloth. 679pp + 643pp + 629pp. Illustrated & portraits. Marbled edges. As usual, first
volume is history & succeeding volumes biographical. Owner's signature (looks like O. M. Everitt) on front paste down of volume
one. A vg+ set. No dust jackets as issued. Smith p136. (#1302056)
1377. Hanft, Marshall. FORT STEVENS Oregon's defenders at the river of the West. n.p.: Oregon State Parks and Recreation
Branch, 1980. First Edition. 4to pictorial wraps. 360pp. Illustrated with photos & architect's drawings of fortifications & range of
artillary. Extensive Notes. Bibliography. Appendices: "Chronological List of Line Units Garrisoning, Fort Stevens, Oregon".
"Commanding Officers at Fort Stevens, Oregon". "Composition of 249th Artillery, Oregon National Guard, when inducted into
federal service 16 September 1940". Pre-fort history in the early chapters goes back to 1792. This fort at the mouth of the Columbia
River was built during the Civil War. A couple of dime-sized stains & some other light stains to bottom of front covers. Thick binding
is slanted somewhat. Vg copy. (#SHEL283) $32.80
1378. Hannah, Kristin. THE THINGS WE DO FOR LOVE (Signed). Ballantine, NY, 2004, 2004. ARC. Advance Reader's
Edition. Trade pict wraps. 335pp. Signed & dated by Hannah. New York Times Bestselling Author. Fine used condition.
1379. Hansen, Paul (Signed). Turnaround Summer How Real Men Launched a Lost Boy into Manhood. Bothell: Book Pub
Network, 2009. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 152 pp. Illust. Signed by Hansen. The author's memoir of a summer when he was 15,
and when he discovered the importance of growing up to be a man and having the right model for achieving that. "Boys want men in
their lives as models of what to become.. to grow into capable, confident, nurturing men for a strong and secure society." Fine, like
new. (#P2047) $7.75
1380. Hansen, Ron. DESPERADOES (Signed). Knopf, NY, 1979, 1979. First Edition. Cloth & gilt-stamped boards. 273pp.
Endpaper maps. Presentation copy signed by Hansen on half-title. Well-written & acclaimed historical novel of the Dalton Gang, from
the perspective of an aged Emmett Dalton. The fictional dialogue is engaging & the history line appears accurate. A national Western
magazine recently had an article/interview with Hansen about his novels & the films based on them, including The Assassination of
Jesse James. Good+ condition in dj with crease on front flap. The front hinge is cracked 1" at the top, else sound binding. (#0711161)
1381. Hanson, James (Comp.). FAMOUS INDIANS OF NORTHWEST NEBRASKA. Chadron: Privately Printed, 1983. First
Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 40pp. Illus. Map. Fine. Scarce. (#1506054)
1382. Hanson, Katy Grant (Author & Painter). A PAINTER'S VIEW Lewis and Clark in Western Oregon and Washington
(Signed). Albany OR: Brol X Press, Albany, 2005. First Edition. Unnumbered limited edition. Oblong pictorial hardbound. 96pp.
Signed & dated by Hanson. This book is a collection of Hanson's color paintings of landmarks & rivermarks along the route of Lewis
& Clark from The Dalles to the Pacific. The appreciation of art, particularly new art, is largely a matter of personal taste. I love these
paintings & I hope you will, also. Quite adequate text, including passages from the journals of Lewis & Clark, accompany the art. This
book not commonly available. Fine, as new. (#SHEL805)
1383. Hanson, Paul, et. al. Obliquity: Speculative Fiction from the Pacific Northwest. Tuesday Night Publishing, Bainbridge
Island, 2006, 2006. First Edition. Trade pictorial wraps. 197pp. Portraits & bios of contributors in the back of the book. Fourteen
authors represented. "Fourteen works of what-if, why-not, whimsy and wisdom --- ranging from science-fiction to fantasy, slipstream
to magical realism and beyond." Fine, as new. (#5002034)
1384. Hanson, Thor. The Impenetrable Forest (Signed) My Gorilla Years in Uganda. Warwick NY: 1500 Books, 2008. First
Edition. Cloth & boards. 286 pp. Illustrated with some photos. Signed & dated by Hanson in September shortly after publication. The
author's ink sketch of a vine with leaves lays neatly between the signature & the date. "For two years (in the Peace Corps) ... Hanson
lived in a remote village on the edge of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest where he worked with local trackers to save one of the world's
most magnificent endangered species, the mountain gorilla." "... an unforgettable glimpse into the world of mountain gorillas and the
African cultures that surround them." Fine, like new in dj. (#5022026) $40.50
1385. Harding, Anne D., and Patricia Bolling (Compilers). BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ARTICLES AND PAPERS ON NORTH
AMERICAN INDIAN ART. Washington DC: U. S. Dept. of Interior, Indian Arts and Crafts Board, 1937. First Edition. 4to printed
wrappers. 256pp. Mildly ex-library with accession stamp, library bookplate, reference room plate. No check-out pocket or defacing
call numbers. A remarkable & valuable early compendium of hard to find (or even know about) monographs on the subject, &
representing tribal nations from all over North America divided into the following primary regions: California, Eastern Woodlands,
Mackenzie, Northwest Coast, Plateau, Plains, Southeast, Southwest, Central. The genius of this book is its cross-referencing approach,
with various parts arranged alphabetically by author (using classic bibliography form), tribals, & craft/material (53 types such as
basketry, birchbark, moosehair, etc.). A good copy. Covers are faded. Upper corner of front cover is chipped away (1" x 2" triangle).
Scarce in 1st edition. ca 1937 (#0903068) $40.50
1386. Harger, Charles Moreau. CATTLE - TRAILS OF THE PRAIRIES. Scribners & Highlands Historical Press, Dallas, 1961,
1961. Limited First Edition. Facsimile reprint from Scribners Magazine of 1892, and ltd to 1,000 copies. Pictorial wraps. (12pp).
Illustrated with reproductions of old engravings. Back page print of Remington's "A Mexican Steer". Bit of browning to covers, else
fine. (#0711162) $22.50
1387. Hargood, John A. (Selected by). FIRST AND LAST CONSUL Thomas Oliver Larkin and the Americanization of
California. San Marino: Huntington Library, 1962. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 123pp. Appendix: "Names of the British
Subjects, and Citizens of the (U. S.) Who Resided in Alta California". Index. Fine in very slightly worn dj. (#1506055)
1388. Hargrett, Lester, (Comp.). THE GILCREASE - HARGRETT CATALOGUE OF IMPRINTS. OU, Norman, and Gilcrease
Institute, Tulsa, 1972, 1972. First Edition. Cloth. 400pp. Illust. Index. Foreword by John C. Ewers. Introduction by G. P. Edwards. An
indispensable bibliography of the Five Civilized Tribes, but also including 17th & 18th century "memoirs, travel accounts, and
nineteenth century western materials, both Indian and white." Also, "early-day maps, newspapers, and government documents. Fine
in dj with some wear at the corners. (#0711163)
1389. Harkness, Samuel. HORSE-THIEF GULCH. J. H. Sears & Co., NY, 1928, 1928. First Edition. Orange boards with pictorial
title & author vignette. 106pp. Some pretty darn good Western (not necessarily "cowboy") poetry, most of it set in Colorado. A
sample: "Nobody knows my sepulcher, And I doubt whether Moses Has a pillow of gold nuggets On which to rest his cranium."
Another sample: "But if I think of women I have caressed, I hate this white brittleness and am depressed. In a trading post called
Denver, I dealt myself four aces--". This copy is partially unopened & unread (i.e., some of the pages of the signatures are still joined
and will have to be carefully cut open). Fine in dj. One of the best copies you will find. (#0611056)
1390. Harlan, George. POSTMARKS AND PLACES. (Signed). (Creston & Alamosa), 1976., 1976. First Edition. Pict wraps.
(211pp). Illust. Signed by Harlan. A privately printed, anecdotal history of the Sangre de Cristos of Colorado, based on post office
locations. Vg. (#9404074)$14.76
1391. Harlow, Neal. CALIFORNIA CONQUERED: War and Peace on the Pacific 1846-1850. Berkeley: University of
California, 1982. 1st Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 499pp. Illus. Notes. Sources. Index. Maps. Fine in dj. Printed review card laid in.
1392. Harman, Fred. THE GREAT WEST IN PAINTINGS (Signed). Chicago: Sage, 1969. Limited/Numbered. Copy #3 of a
limited edition of 100 copies as stated on the extra signed sheet bound in. 8.5" x 12" 4to bound in 1/4 leather & linen. 185pp.
Illustrated in color & b/w by Harmon. Marbled endpapers. Harmon signed the ltd page with "Happy Trails." Included is the called for
copper etching signed by Harman. It shows a cowboy in a horse corral tying to tie a bucking horse to a snubbing post. Tissue guard
has oxidation on one corner, not involving the etching. Fine in pc dj & in original red slipcase. (#1408066)$285.14
1393. Harman, S. W. CHEROKEE BILL The Oklahoma Outlaw. Houston: Frontier, 1954. First Thus. 1st printing in booklet
form; originally published in 1898 in the author's huge book on Ft. Smith. Wraps. 56pp + photos (7pp). Quite small stain upper corner,
else fine. 6-guns 928. (#1111070) $15.80
1394. Harman, S. W. HELL ON THE BORDER He Hanged Eighty-Eight Men (Signed Association). Fort Smith: Phoenix Pub.
Co, (and Fort Smith Elevator, Composition, Fort Smith), 1898. First Edition. 1st printing. Bound in cloth, most likely soon after
publication. The original green paper covers were removed when bound & are therefore not present. Decorated title label (a little worn
& browned) on spine. 720pp. Illust. This copy was a gift from the famous Western historian, E. A. Brininstool. In ink on the ffep is
written, "L. H. Spragle from my ole' pard E. A. Brininstool Los Angeles Calif. Nov/1918." The copy is not signed, however, by
Brininstool. One of the rarest & most sought of all outlaw & law enforcement books, this is the story of Judge Isaac C. Parker's Fort
Smith federal court which served Indian Territory for many years. This book is a primary source for countless books on territorial
outlaws & lawmen. Very good condition, although the upper corner of the text block was bumped resulting in compression bending
across the corner on each page -- typical for a bumped book. The first 60pp at the upper front corner have a very tiny chip, only about
1/16". There is the occasion page elsewhere with minuscule chip. Covers vg, if somewhat worn at head & toe of spine, & at the fore
corners. Your bookseller had the hinges professionally redone. This is a tight, eminently usable copy. Surprisingly good paper was
used in this book; very little or no browning & no brittleness. Rare. 150 #65, 6-guns 929, Howes H203, Rader 1780, Graff 1785.
1395. Harman, S.W. HELL ON THE BORDER: He Hanged Eighty-Eight Men. Lincoln: Univ of Nebraska, 1992. First Thus. 1st
printing of facsimile edition. Cloth with gilt-stamped spine. 728pp. Illust. Index (there was no index in the original). New, 12pp.
Introduction by Larry D. Ball. A long time in coming, the reprinted full text of the rare 1898 book on Judge Isaac C. Parker's court &
outlawry in Indian Territory & environs. A primary text for countless books on Indian Territory. Fine, like new in dj. This edition very
scarce now. This is one of an unstated, but rather limited printing. 150 #65, 6-guns 929, Howes H203, Rader 1780, Graff 1785.
1396. Harmsen, Dorothy. HARMSEN'S WESTERN AMERICANA. Flagstaff, 1971., 1971. First Edition. 4to cloth. 211pp. Illust.
"A collection of one hundred western paintings with biographical profiles of the artists" from the famous Harmsen collection
representing work from 1821-1971. Fine in foxed & rubbed dj. Dykes HS p67. (#9703054)
1397. Harpending, Asbury. Wilkins, James H., Ed. THE GREAT DIAMOND HOAX and OTHER STIRRING INCIDENTS in
the life of ASBURY HARPENDING. Privately printed, S.F., 1913., 1913. First Edition. Gilt-stamped small 8vo cloth. 283pp.
Illust/portraits. A classic memoir of one of California's & San Francisco's big promoters. A great account of California in the 1860s.
Cracked ffep re-glued at hinge. Moderate soiling & fading to covers with some wear to extremities. Gilt moderately worn & dull, but
virtually complete. Good+. Cowan p265. Uncommon. (#0303064)
1398. Harper, Charley. ABC's. Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.: Ammo Books, 2008. First Edition. Thick rigid pictorial pictorial
boards with thick rigid pages. Illus. Vg+. (#SHEL586)
1399. Harper, Frank B. FORT UNION AND ITS NEIGHBORS ON THE UPPER MISSOURI A Chronological Record of
Events. N.p, n.d. (ca 1930s)., 1930. Printed wraps. 36pp. Illustrated with vintage photos. fos on front cover. Published by Great
Northern Railway. Lightly soiled. Vg. ca 1930's. (#0107069) $19.68
1400. Harper''s Weeklly. HARPER'S WEEKLY A Journal of Civilization November 28, 1863. New York: Harper's Weekly,
1863. First Edition. 1st printing this issue. Folio. Illustrated first page and pp754 - 758. Enclosed in a plastic folder which is further
enclosed in a fine gilt-stamped & black presentation cloth folio with moire satin lining inside front cover of folder. Laid in is printed
Certificate of Authenticity signed by curator of The Kenneth R. Laurence Galleries, Inc. First page engravings: "Landing of General
Banks's Expedition on Brazos Santiago, Texas, on November 2, 1863" and "The Army of the Cumberland - Bridging the Tennessee
Under A Rebel Fire From Lookout Mountain." Fine conditions & elegantly presented. (#SHEL836)
1401. Harpers). THE GREAT NORTH A Collection from Harper's Magazine. NY: Gallery Books, 1990. First American Edition.
1st printing this collection. Pictorial hardbound. 531pp. Facsimile illustrations from original Harpers. A wide & interesting collection
of material. Fine in dj. (#1408067) $7.50
1402. Harrington, Fred Harvey. HANGING JUDGE. Caxton, Caldwell, 1951, 1951. First Edition. Cloth. 204pp.. Illustrated with
photos. Notes on Sources, Index. Endpaper maps of "The Judge Parker Country" (Oklahoma). Fos at top of h-t. Very light circular
stains on front cover noticed only against the light. Vg+, no dj. 6-guns 931. (#0401068) $13.12
1403. Harris, Charles W., Edit. Red River Valley Historical Review. VOLUME I, NUMBER 1. Durant, Spring, 1974, 1974. First
Edition. Printed tall 8vo wraps. 104pp. Illust. Seven essays & accompanying editors' items. Samples: "The Quapaw Removal, 1924 1834", "Observations on Investment by British Immigrants in the Western Cattle Industry", "Attitudes of British Investors (toward
same)". Essayists: C. Harris, D. Whisenhunt, W.D. Baird, Wm. Savage, Jimmy Skaggs, E. Byrd. Also, Grace Rice, "The Day I Rode
Jargo: The Terror of a Red River Flood" & Waite Phillips, "A 'Liberal' Republican's Philosophy". Scarce. (#0711167)
1404. Harris, Dean. BY PATH AND TRAIL. Chicago: Chicago Newspaper Union, 1908. First Edition. Cloth. 225pp. Illustrated
with some truly nice b/w Indian & cowboy photos. The author attempts to "look upon what yet remains" of the Yaquis of the Sierras
of Northern Mexico. The photos also show he is interested in "Half-Blood Cowboys, Lower California", "Tarahumari Indians...",
"Moqui Lovers", "... Apaches on Parade", "Digger Indian, Lower California", etc.. Cover edges show flecking from dye of the cloth;
fore edge of the back cover especially so - perhaps some exposure to moisture, although there is neither damp stain nor odor. Vg. No
dj. (#1003064) $30.36
1405. Harris, Dean. THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN UTAH 1776-1909 Including An Exposition of Catholic Faith By Bishop
Scanlan. Intermountain Catholic Press, SLC, 1909, 1909. First Edition. Gilt-stamped royal 8vo cloth. 350pp. Illustrated with photos &
drawings. Map (Escalante's route). Index. "A review of Spanish and Missionary Explorations, Tribal Divisions, names and regional
habitats of the pre-European Tribes. The Journal of the Franciscan Explorers and discovers of Utah Lake. The trailing of the Priests
from Santa Fe, N.M, with Map of Route, Illustrations and delimitations of the Great Basin." Spotting to covers, else fine. (#0306072)
1406. Harris, Joel Mark. A THOUSAND BAYONETS (Signed). Bloomington: iUniverse, 2011. Self-published. Glossy pictorial
wraps. 298pp. Initialed by Harris on title page. Typed letter signed by Vancouver, B. C. author, Harris, laid in. "Upon returning from
Afghanistan, journalist John Webster discovers a gang war in his backyard. Now he must find a way to survive in this Canadian war
zone - or die in the crossfire. Fine. (#SHEL790)
1407. Harris, Larry A. PANCHO VILLA AND THE COLUMBUS RAID (Signed). El Paso: McMath, 1949. First Edition. 1st
printing. Pictorial card wraps with overlapping flaps. 100pp. Illustrated with vintage photos. ffep has three line gift inscription not
from author, & underneath is signature of author. Quite scarce. Vg. (#1408068) $125.06
1408. Harris, Liz. TILTING AT MILLS Green Dreams, Dirty Dealings, and the Corporate Squeeze. Houghton Mifflin, Boston,
2003., 2003. ARC. Advance Uncorrected Proof. Pict trade wraps. 241pp. List of Dramatis Personae. "The heartbreaking story of an
idealist who faces enormous opposition when he tries to create a major, environmentally fr iendly, industrial plant in New York City."
The story of Allen Hershkowitz. Near fine. (#5013025ARC) $20.25
1409. Harris, Neil (Edit.). THE LAND OF CONTRASTS 1880 - 1901. George Braziller, NY, 1970, 1970. First Edition. 1st
printing. Cloth with gilt-stamped spine. 365pp. Selected Bibliography. An overview of American culture in the late 19th Century.
Communications, Dept. Stores, Labor & Management, Minorities, Amusements, Women, Art, etc.. Fine, no dj. (#0511059NIC)
1410. Harris, Phil. THIS IS THREE FORKS COUNTRY A collection of History, Adventure, Romance and Legend of Eastern
Oklahoma. Muskogee: Privately Printed, 1965. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 74pp. Illus. "Based on 'ROUND-UP'
columns by the author in the Sunday Muskogee, Oklahoma Daily Phoenix, and Times-Democrat." "Three Forks" is the junction of the
Arkansas, Grand, and Verdigris Rivers. Slight browning to covers. Vg+. 6-guns 936. (#1602068) $11.50
1411. Harrison, Benjamin (Sect'y of State); Corden, Seth K. & Richards, W. B. (Comps). THE OKLAHOMA RED BOOK
Volumes I & II. Sect'y of State, OKC, 1912, 1912. First Edition. Vol I in original red binding, 674pp. Illust. Index. Maps. Folding
map. Vol II rebound in maroon red cloth (does not match vol I) with all of original cover (which had been bound in wraps)
professionally applied to the new cover. 681pp. Illust. Index. Vol. I in moderately worn covers, but in good used condition. Several
ink stamps inside of E. G. Phelps, who owned several territorial newspapers. Brief bio sketch (17 short lines) of Phelps written by his
son on the rear paste down. Vol II with new endpapers. The first few prelim blank pages are badly stained & have tears & peeling
where pages were stuck to next page. The title pages was also once stuck to the frontispiece, & there is image loss & print loss to the
title. All of text is in fine reading condition with the rebind, but the prelims, frontispiece., & title page are ugly. Nevertheless, a scarce,
if mismatched set loaded with loads of useful information. Rader 2503. (#0711168)
1412. Hart, Brian (Signed). THEN CAME THE EVENING A Novel (Signed). New York: Bloomsbury, 2010. ARC. Advance
Reading Copy. Trade pictorial wraps. 262pp. Signed & dated by Hart. Fine. (#P3080ARC)
1413. Hart, Herbert M. OLD FORTS OF THE FAR WEST Third in a Series. Seattle: Superior, 1965. First Edition. 1st printing.
4to cloth. 192pp. Illustrated with b/w photos & many hand-drawn sites. Endpaper maps, "Old Forts of the Far West". Bibliography.
Index. "Directory of Old Forts of the Far West". A splendid reference. Fine in vg dj with quite moderate edge & corner wear & one
small chip. (#1111071) $19.04
1414. Hart, Herbert M. PIONEER FORTS OF THE WEST. Seattle: Superior, 1967. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to cloth. 192pp.
Illustrated with b/w photos & site drawings. Bibliography. Index of Forts, Camps and Stations, General Index. Fine in dj which has
light wear to extremities. (#1111072)
1415. Hart, Herbert M. PIONEER FORTS OF THE WEST. Bonanza, NY, 1981, 1981. Reprint. Reprint, 1st printing thus. Cloth &
boards. 192pp. Illust. Bibliography. Index. Illustrations include diagrams of foundations & fort grounds. Fine in dj. (#9404075)
1416. Hart, James D. AMERICAN IMAGES OF SPANISH CALIFORNIA. Berkeley, 1960., 1960. First Edition. Pictorial wraps.
39pp. Illust. The Gayley Lecture dealing with the "transition from Spanish and Mexican dominion to that of American" ca 1830 1846. Uncut, a nicely printed Howell-North publication. Some fading to cover edges, else near fine. (#9402080)
1417. Hart, Melissa (Signed). Gringa A Contradictory Girlhood. Berkeley: Seal Pr, 2009. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 276 pp.
"... forcibly separated from her lesbian mom" this is Hart's memoir of growing up in Manhattan Beach & Oxnard, California. Signed
& dated by Hart shortly after publication. Fine, like new. (#P1003)
1418. Hart, William S. MY LIFE EAST AND WEST (Signed). Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1929. First Edition. Cloth. 362pp. Illus.
Colored Frontispiece portrait of Hart on horseback, by C. M. Russell. Index. Presentation copy from Hart "For his friend' Jan Maurie
(?). Classic autobiography of the great silent screen cowboy. Spine with a couple of light smudges, else fine, bright copy. No dj. Herd
1005, 6-guns 940. (#1104058)
1419. Harter, Jim. MUSIC: A Pictorial Archive of Woodcuts and Engravings. Mineola: Dover, 1980. First Edition. 1st printing.
4to pictorial wraps. 155pp. Terrific musician/instrument images from the age of engravings. Vg+. (#lynn085b)
1420. Hartinger, Brent. DREAMQUEST Tales of Slumberia (Signed). Tom Doherty Assoc., NY, 2007, 2007. First Edition. 1st
printing. Hardbound. 154pp. Signed & dated by author in 2007. Dj blurb: "What if you woke up inside your own dream --- and
couldn't get out?" Fine, like new in dj. (#5019012) $7.70
1421. Hartley, A. J. DARWEN ARKWRIGHT AND THE PEREGRINE PACT (Signed). NY: Razorbill, 2011. 1st Edition. 1st
printing. Hardbound. 438pp. Signed by Hartley on title page. Publishers glossy printed bookmark laid in. Fine, like new in dj.
1422. Haruf, Kent. PLAINSONG. NY, 1999., 1999. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 301pp. Nominated upon publication
for the National Book Award, this is "A heartstrong story of family and romance, tribulation and tenacity, set on the High Plains east
of Denver." Acclaimed by authors Rick Bass & William Kittridge. Fine, unopened & as new in dj. (#SHEL086)
1423. Harvey, Douglas, and Don E. Fehrenbacher, Editors. THE ILLUSTRATED BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY The men &
women who have shaped the world's destiny. New York: Dorset, 1990. Revised Edition. New Edition, Fully Revised & Updated.
Hardbound. 256pp. A number of portraits & illustrations go with various entries. Fine in dj. (#lynn030b) $7.16
1424. Harwell, Ernie. TUNED TO BASEBALL (Signed). South Bend: Diamond Comminucations, Inc., 1985. First Edition. 1st
printing. Cloth. 229pp. Illus. Index. Warm inscription signed by Harwell to B___. The author was for over 2 decades the "voice" of
the Detroit Tigers. Fine in dj. (#SHEL835) $9.50
1425. Hashagen, Richard. COUNTIES OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON (Signed). Spokane: Privately Printed, 1986.
Limited/Numbered. Ltd edition #474 of 2,500 copies. 4to silver-stamped cloth. 222pp. Well-illustrated with very fine drawings by the
author. Maps. Fine in dj which has 1" closed & one shorter tear. Scarce. (#1307058)
1426. Haslip, Joan. THE CROWN OF MEXICO Maximilian and His Empress Carlota. NY, 1972., 1972. Book Club Edition.
Book club edition. Cloth & bds. 531pp. Illust. Appendix. Genealogical Tables. Bibliography. Index. Fine in dj. (#9802076) $4.95
1427. Hasselstrom, Linda; Gaydell Collier; Nancy Curtis. WOVEN ON THE WIND: Women Write About Friendship in the
Sagebrush West (Signed). Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 2001, 2001. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 310pp. List & bios of
the many contributors. Signed by Hasselstrom. Essays. Fine, like new in dj with couple of minor creases to top edge & corner.
1428. Hassrick, Peter H. FREDERIC REMINGTON Paintings, Drawings, and Sculpture in the Amon Carter Museum and the
Sid W. Richardson Foundation Collections. NY: Abrams, 1975. First Thus. 1st printing of the "New Concise N A L Edition" 4to
hardbound. 157pp. Illus. Fine in vg dj. (#1209066) $8.10
1429. Hatefutsoth, Beth. THE FIRST YEARS. Tel Aviv: Nahum Goldmann Museum of the Jewish Diaspora, 1983. First Edition.
Stiff pictorial 4to wraps. (120pp). Printed in English & Hebrew. Illustrated with b/w photos. Fine. Uncommon. (#MI005)
1430. Hatton, Bill. A HARVEST OF MEMORIES (Reminiscences). Oliver (B.C.): Privately Printed, 1985. First Edition. Wraps.
126pp. Illus. A well-written memoir by an early resident & cattleman of the beautiful Kettle Valley area of British Columbia. Early
life, WWI, & most of the book on B.C.: ranching, farming, etc.. Much local history of Rock Creek, Greenwood, etc.. Soiling to front
cover, else fine. Scarce. (#1111073)
1431. Hatvany, Amy. HEART LIKE MINE: A Novel (Signed). NY: Washington Square Press, 2013. ARC. Advance Uncorrected
Proof. Pictorial wraps. 345pp. Signed by Hatvany on title page. (#5016065ARC)
1432. Hauck, Louise Platt. JOYCE A Novel. NY: Grosset & Dunlap, 1927. Reprint. G & D reprint. Blue cloth. 300pp. From a
website on the author, "Hauck's romantic novels, some based on Missouri history, were written for adults or adolescents under her
own name and four pseudonyms: Lane Archer, Peter Ash, Louise Landon, and Jean Randall." She wrote a lot of books. Front hinge
archivally repaired. Moderate wear to extremities. Very scarce & valuable. (#5019043) $121.50
1433. Hauck, Louise Platt. MISSOURI YESTERDAYS Stories of Romantic Days of Missouri The Centennial Souvenir Book.
Kansas City: Burton, 1920. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 207pp. Owner's ink name/address stamp (3) on endpapers. At least part
fiction it appears, nevertheless poignant stories by one of Missouri's most noted historians. Trace of wear to extremities; fine in scarce
dj with chip on bottom of front panel. (#1506056) $52.33
1434. Haughton, William. SYLVICOLA: or SONGS FROM THE BACKWOODS. Viroqua, Wisc: Privately Printed, Henry
Casson, Jr., 1878. First Edition. 12mo gilt-stamped & decorated green cloth. 100pp. a.e.g. (all edges gilt). A very attractively printed
& bound book of verse, "Idylls and Fantasies from the heart of Canadian backwoods and the wilds of Wisconsin..." Minor wear to
extremities. Near fine. Reprinted now in paperback, this original edition is rare. (#0903069)
1435. Hauser, Christian. ART FOUNDRY. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1974. First Edition. Oblong pictorial hardbound.
127pp. Well-illustrated in color & b/w. Synopsis. Table of Illus. Bibliography. Owner's greeting on ffep. Fine in dj. (#lynn037b)
1436. Haverstock, Mary Sayre. AN AMERICAN BESTIARY. NYC: Abrams, 1979. First Edition. 4to cloth. 248p. Illustrated in
color & b/w. An oversized art book, a "colorful gallery of birds, beasts, and fish" by American artists over a 300 year period. Fine in
dj. The front paste down has a small somewhat dark square in the upper inside corner where there apparently was a price sticker.
1437. Hawkeye, Harry. THE DALTON BROTHERS AND THEIR GANG Fearsome Bandits of Oklahoma and the Southwest.
n.p.: I. & M. Ottenheimer, 1908. First Edition. Printing unknown, possibly 1st. Paper wraps removed & rebound in cloth. 187pp.
Frontispiece margins reinforced with paper. Stains on bottom of first few pages. Browning to pages, but supple. Good. Scarce.
1438. Hawkins, Elizabeth. INDIAN WEAVING KNITTING BASKETRY of the Northwest. Hancock House, Sannichton &
Seattle, 1978, 1978. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 31pp. Illustrated in color & b/w. Light soiling. Vg. (#0611057) $11.48
1439. Hay, Keith G. (Signed). THE LEWIS AND CLARK COLUMBIA RIVER WATER TRAIL A Guide for Paddlers,
Hikers, and Other Explorers. Portland: Timber Pr, 2004. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 237 pp. Illus. Index. Rental/sales information
in the back for items related to the subject. Illustrated in color & b/w, and including a double page Charlie Russell watercolor, "Lewis
and Clark on the Lower Columbia". Many useful maps. Signed by Hay. Fine, like new. (#1003065)
1440. Hay, Keith G. (Signed). THE LEWIS AND CLARK COLUMBIA RIVER WATER TRAIL A Guide for Paddlers,
Hikers, and Other Explorers (Signed). Timber, Portland, 2004, 2004. First Edition. Heavy flexible plastic pictorial covers, slightly
larger than 8vo. 327pp. Index. Bibliography. Rental/sales information in the back for items related to the subject. Illustrated in color &
b/w, and including a double page Charlie Russell watercolor, "Lewis and Clark on the Lower Columbia". Many useful maps. Signed
by Hay. A very useful & informative book. Fine, as new. Signed copies scarce. (#0404065)
Portions of Contiguous Territories. Wash DC, 1871., 1871. Cloth. 511pp. Illust. Hayden makes reference to the photographic work
of Wm. H. Jackson. Included is a short section, unrecorded in Adams' Herd, on stock grazing & Texas cattle written by Dr. H. Lapha
m. A paragraph titled, Indians, includes Hayden's thoughts about localizing the "roving tribes" to teach them cultivation & irrigation,
or removing them as a merciful alternative to "extermination." The covers of this copy have old mold stain at top & bottom, but are
clean & have no odor. Ex-lib, but with no pocket or pocket removal abrasion. Edge stamps, small label at bottom of backstrip, &
library bookplate on front paste down. Good reference copy of a scarce report. (#9908100)
1442. Hayes, Anna Hansen. BUCKSKIN AND SMOKE. San Antonio: Naylor, 1971. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial cloth.
119pp. "... from a woman's point of view, the author depicts the neighborliness of settlers rather than the gunplay and cattle rustling."
A "... collection of sketches in south central Idaho..." Spots on back cover, else vg in dj with large piece from bottom of front panel.
1443. Hayes, Edmund, Edit.) Boit, John. LOG OF THE UNION John Boit's Remarkable Voyage to the Northwest Coast and
Around the World, 1794-1796. Portland: Oregon Historical Society Pr, 1981. First Edition. Oblong 4to cloth with title & device
stamped in red. 136pp. Illustrations include wonderfully detailed drawings by Hewett Jackson, & reproduced pages from the log.
Maps. Fine in dj, which has one short edge tear. Most desirable in this 1st edition hardbound. (#1011063) $26.34
1444. Hayes, Jess G. APACHE VENGEANCE The True Story of the Apache Kid. Albuquerque: Univ of New Mexico, 1954.
First Edition. Small 8vo pictorial cloth. 185pp. Illustrated with a few drawings. Appendices. "What changed the Apache Kid from a
trusted scout into one of the old West's most hated and hunted outlaws is told sympathetically and candidly in this documented true
story..." Fine, like new in dj. You'll not find a nicer copy of both the book & the dj. 6-guns 954 ("One of the best & most thorough
books about (the) Apache Kid." (#0909066) $40.50
1445. Hayes, Jess G. BOOTS AND SADDLES The Life and Times of John W. Wentworth (Signed). Tucson: U of Arizona,
1967. First Edition. Small 8vo gilt-stamped cloth. 139pp. Illustrated with a couple of photos. Index. Nearly full page presentation from
Hayes & dated in year of publication, in Globe. Fine in dj. 6-guns 955. (#0903070)
1446. Haynes, Bessie & Edgar Doak. THE GRIZZLY BEAR Portraits from Life. Norman, 1967., 1967. 2nd printing. Cloth.
386pp. Stories & accounts from early map makers, fur trappers, hunters, naturalists, cowboys, etc. Laid in is a 1967 newspaper
clipping of the Glacier killings. Fine in pc dj. (#0107071)
1447. Haywood, Carl W. (Signed). SOMETIMES ONLY HORSES TO EAT DAVID THOMPSON The Saleesh House Period
1807 - 1812. Thompson Falls (MT): Rockman's Trading Post, 2008. Limited/Numbered. Gilt-stamped cloth. Ltd to 250 copies signed
by Haywood, of which this is #249. 392pp. Illustrated with photos, prints, & some really nice drawings by Cricket Johnson. Maps.
Appendices. Bibliography. Index. "David Thompson, one of the world's greatest explorer-mapmakers, left a mystery in his wake --the location of Saleesh House in what is now northwestern Montana! ... Travel along with (Haywood) as he follows Thompson's
travels through Montana..." Well-reviewed new book, & well-researched & written. "No other book about (Thompson) sheds a much
light on his day-to-day activities, or as much detail about the places he visited during his years west of the Rockies." Fine, like new in
dj. This edition now difficult to find. (#SHEL343) $145.80
1448. Haywood, Clarence Robert. TRAILS SOUTH: The Wagon-Road Economy in the Dodge City-Panhandle Region. OU,
Norman, 1986, 1986. First Edition. Cloth. 312pp. Illust. Maps. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Mainly deals with 1870s & 1880s Kansas,
No Man's Land (Oklahoma Panhandle), & the Texas Panhandle. Fine, like new in dj. (#0711170) $16.65
1449. Hazelet, George Cheever; J. H. Clark, Editor. HAZELET'S JOURNAL The Copper River Country 1898. Louisville: Old
Stone Press, 2012. First Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped cloth. 277pp. Illus. Chronology. Color endpaper maps, "The Copper River
Country Alaska 1898-1902." A true Alaska pioneer. "A riveting Alaska gold rush saga." Publisher's promo material laid in. Fine, like
new in dj. (#1307059)
1450. Hazleton, Lesley. DRIVING TO DETROIT An Automotive Odyssey. Free Press, NY, 1998, 1998. First Edition. 1st
printing. Cloth & boards. 306pp.. Boldly signed by Hazleton on the ffep soon after publication. Interesting account of the author's trip
across the country from Seattle to Detroit to the Detroit auto show. Fine in dj. (#5003021)
1451. Headley, Justina Chen. THE PATCH. Watertown, MA: Charlesbridge, 2006. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to pictorial
hardbound. Unpag. Illustrations by Mich Vane. Fine, like new in dj. (#JUV001) $45.00
1452. Healey, James C., Ph. D. FOC'S'LE AND GLORYHOLE The Study of the Merchant Seaman and His Occupation
(Signed). Oxford, NY, 1936, 1936. First Edition. Silver-stamped cloth. 211pp. Illust. Appendix. Bibliography. Index. Tables.
Bookseller's label on rear paste down. Inscribed by Healey & signed in 1940 to Terry Ricca, "my first acquaintance at Princeton in
1911." Fine in chipped, pc dj. (#5004037) $40.50
Bedford, Iowa: Privately Published, 1883. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 240pp. Following the 1p Intro, two pages of information
on "The Patton Stock", "The Cox Importation", "The Seventeens", & "The Dun Importation". Then a half page of Explanation,
followed by an Errata slip & then the entire book's listing of the names of 49,581 individual animals. "Those familiar with pedigrees
may find crosses in this book that they think ought not to be here, and others not here that ought to be. To such we say, do not judge
too harshly until you are certain you are right." Broken hinges reinforced. A fairly sound copy with wear to extremities. Scarce.
1454. Heaps, Willard A. & Porter W. THE SINGING SIXTIES The Spirit of Civil War Days Drawn from the Music of the
Times. Norman: OU, 1960. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 423pp. Illus. Musical Examples. Bibliography. Index. Fine copy in fine
dj. (#SHEL879) $16.00
1455. Hearst, James. PROVED BY TRIAL. Juniper Press, La Crosse, 1977, 1977. Limited First Edition. 2nd printing. Printed
yellow-gold wraps. 26pp. Ltd to 325 copies. Fine work by the Iowa poet. Fine copy. (#FTR298) $26.24
1456. Hearst, James. MY SHADOW BELOW ME. (Signed). Iowa State, Ames, 1981., 1981. First Edition. Cloth. 235pp. Signed
& dated by Hearst. Tipped & folded inside the back cover is also a typed & copied poem dedicated to Hearst by an English professor
& admirer of his work. Below it is a signed presentation, "From one admirer of Jim Hearst and his poems to another." In this
autobiographical memoir Hearst recalls the time when he fractured his back & learned how to walk again, & drew upon the value of
friends & family on the family farm in Iowa. Fine in dj. (#FTR185)
1457. Hebard, Grace Raymond; Brininstool, E.A. THE BOZEMAN TRAIL: Historical Accounts of the Blazing of the Overland
Routes into the Northwest, and the Fights with Red Cloud's Warriors. Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark, 1922. First Edition. 1st
printings. Two volumes in red cloth gilt-stamped on spines. 346pp + 306pp. Illus. t.e.g. Fldg maps. fos. One of the most desirable sets
from the early period of Arthur H. Clark Company publishing. "This classic Clark title recounts the federal government's attempt to
open a road north from the Oregon Trail through the Powder River country, hunting grounds for the Sioux, in the late 1860s." (Clark
& Brunet). Good-. Sound set binding-wise, but spine ends fraying & bumped corners exposed. Tri-fold map Vol. 1 was cut cleanly at
first fold & attached as a page; rest of map present with part of second section affixed to free endpaper. Small bookseller's label on
back paste down, Brentano's, New York. Clark 115, Howes H382. (#1307060) $200.10
1458. Hecht, Daniel. CITY OF MASKS. Bloomsbury, NY, 2003, 2003. ARC. ARC. Attractive pictorial trade wraps. 396pp. The
first of a series of novels featuring Cree Black, "a parapsychologist with a haunted past." Set in New Orleans. By the author of Skull
Session and The Babel Effect. Tiny crease at corner of back cover, else fine. (#5014005ARC)
1459. Hedges, H. P. EARLY SAG HARBOR An Address Delivered Before the Sag-Harbor Historical Society February 4,
1896. Sag Harbor: Privately Printed, 1902. First Thus. 1st printing thus. Bound in modern gilt-stamped stiff wraps. 51pp. Info on
Indian name, early settlement, the Revolution, fires, the wharf, fisheries, early & noted residents, etc. of this New York location. Fine.
1460. Hedges, William Hawkins. Brayer, Herbert, Edit. PIKE'S PEAK. OR BUST! Frontier Reminiscences of .Hedges. Branding
Iron Press, Evanston, 1954, 1954. Limited/Numbered. 1st thus, ltd to 750 copies, this being #74. Frontispiece of Hedges in 1910.
Index. Endpaper maps. Notes & References. Appendix. The author crossed the plains to Colorado in 1860 to prospect for minerals. 1"
wide strip along bottom of covers shows minor dampstaining with virtually no loss of color. Faint watermark at bottom of first few
leaves. These would only be a problem if the buyer needs a nearly perfect copy. Upper front cover corner ever so slightly bumped.
This copy in the quite scarce original dj. It is in fine condition, plastic protected. The plain panels have no imprint, but the backstrip is
printed with the title & publisher's brand. Scarce & desirable. Mattes 1776. (#0211068) $49.21
1461. Heinrichs, Cynthia. UNDER THE MOUND (Signed). Canada: Be Read, 2011. 1st Canadian Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial
hardbound. 455pp. Signed by Heinrichs. "... the story of a boy who journeys to the edges of the world to take on fate and powers he
never dreamed existed." Set in the year 1153 & after in & about the Orkneys. Fine, no dj as issued. Scarce signed. (#SHEL574)
1462. Heinselman, Craig (Ed.). CRYPTO DRACONTOLOGY Special Number 1: Being an Examination of Unknown Aquatic
Animals (Signed). Francestown: Crypto, 2001. Limited/Numbered. Color pictorial 4to wraps with plastic comb binding. 137pp. Illus.
Number 7 of 50 copies signed by the nine contributors including Editor Heinselman. The Certificate of Authenticity page is also
signed by the editor. Signatures: Loren Coleman, Bill and Bob Clark, Paul Fugleberg, Lois Wickstrom, Dr. Paul H. LeBlond, Matt
Bille, Jaques Boisvert, & Hinselman. Essays on Lake Monsters, San Francisco Sea Serpent, Montana Nessie, Prof Sharpe Sea-serpent
photograph, Nessie's Grotto, Case of the Surreal Seal, The Man Called "X" vs. The Sea-Serpent, Loch Ness-The Tip of the Iceberg,
Caddy-An Update, Predicting Pelagic Peculiarities, What Lies Beneath Lake Iliamna, The Sea Serpent of Lake Memphremagog,
Cryptozoology and Mathematics, The Problems with Photographic Evidence, A Prelliminary Evaluation of the Morphology (etc) of
Large, Unidentified Marine Animals, The Dragon, Eyewitness Evidence and the Remains of the Loch Ness Monster, The Chesapeake
Bay Serpent. Fine copy. INCLUDES the printed the two-color, two leaf (3pps) promotion for this book. (#SHEL686)
1463. Heller, Herbert L. SOURDOUGH SAGAS. NY: Ballantine, 1972. First Thus. 1st printing of Comstock mass market pb
edition. Pictorial wraps. 240pp. Foreword: Ernest Gruening. A nice gathering of original mining memoirs in early Alaska. ffep has
place & date of purchase in ink. Else fine. (#1307062)
1464. Hellmann, Libby Fischer. AN EYE FOR MURDER (Signed). Scottsdale: Poisoned Pen Pr, 2002. First Edition. 1st printing.
Hardcover. 316pp. Signed & dated in 2005 by author. Fine in dj. (#SHEL782) $7.75
1465. Helm, MacKinley. FRAY JUNIPERO SERRA The Great Walker (Signed). Stanford: Stanford Univ Press, 1956. First
Edition. 1st printing. Decorated medium quarto cloth. 86pp. Frontispiece. "A Symphonic Biography" written in verse &
conversational narrative. Warm inscription by author on ffep to Violet & Arthur White. Also laid in nicely printed large 4pp promo &
order form, folded. Fine in dj. (#1402064) $37.52
1466. Helman, Andrea; Jecan, Gavriel. WILD COLORS (Signed). Seattle: Sasquatch Books, 2003. First Edition. 1st printing.
Pictorial hardbound; no dj issued. 31pp. Illustrated with bright photos of animals & birds. Signed (no presentation) & dated by
Helman in year of publication. Fine, like new. (#5004068)
1467. Helps, Arthur. THE LIFE OF LAS CASAS The Apostle of the Indies. Phila, 1868., 1868. First Edition. Gilt stamped cloth.
292pp. Folding map (split). fos. Born in Seville in 1474, Bartholomew de Las Casas, eventually a Dominican & called "Protector of
the Indians," was 28 years old when he made his first voyage to the Indies with his father & under Columbus. He was 92 when he
contended before Philip in favor of "the Guatemalans having Courts of Justice of their own." In his life he fulfilled several vocations,
& wrote the History of the Indies. Other than the map, this copy is in remarkably fine condition. (#9703058)
1468. Hemphill, Vivia. DOWN THE MOTHER LODE. Sacramento: Purnell's, 1922. First Edition. 1st printing. Hardcover paper
over boards. 91pp. "The Hanging of Charlie Price", "The Barstow Lynching", etc. Wear to spine, & chip at top. Still vg. No dj. Cowan
p275. (#1506059)
1469. Henderson, Bonnie. Strand (Signed) An Odyssey of Pacific Ocean Debris. Corvallia: Oregon State Univ Pr, 2008. First
Edition. Pictorial trade wraps. 216pp. Vignette drawings. Index. "For Further Reading". Signed & dated by Henderson shortly after
publication. Henderson "traces the stories of wrack washed up on the mile-long strech of Oregon beach she has walked regularly for
more than a decade" from whales to athletic shoes. Fine, like new. (#5022030) $20.25
1470. Henderson, Daniel. THE HIDDEN COASTS. Sloan, NY, 1953, 1953. First Edition. Cloth & bds. 306pp. Endpaper maps.
Appendices. Good biography of Admiral Charles Wilkes. Near fine in edgeworn dj. (#0103061) $16.07
Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1942, 1942. First Edition. 12mo green cloth. 234pp. Illust. Index. Clearly illustrated with black & white
drawings, and well-written. Deserves to be a classic in the field. Former owner's signature & date on front paste down. A Port
Angeles bookseller's label is on the rear paste down. Port Angeles is under the Olympic Mountains on the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Small ink note on ffep. Fine in pc dj with a 2" tear closed & a 3/8" x 3/4" chip on the left half of the top of the backstrip. (#5008060)
1472. Henderson, Myrtle E. A HISTORY OF THE THEATRE IN SALT LAKE CITY. Privately Printed, Evanston (ILL.), 1934,
1934. First Edition. 1st edition. Attractive moire gilt-stamped cloth, short 8vo. 161pp. Illust. Appendices. Bibliography. Includes
material on Bowring's Theatre & Salt Lake Theatre. Minor wear to extremities. Near fine. No dj (as issued?). Scarce. Allen p207.
1473. Hendricks, Steve. THE UNQUIET GRAVE : The FBI and the Struggle for the Soul of Indian Country (Signed).
Thunder's Mouth Press, NY, 2006, 2006. First Edition. 1st printing, Cloth & boards. 490pp. Extensive Endnotes. Index. Maps. Dj
blurb says, "throws light on the FBI's subversion of American Indian activists. But the book also discovers things the Indians would
prefer to keep buried." "First-time author Hendricks sued the FBI over several years to pry out thousands of unseen documents..."
Fine, as new in dj. (#0611060)
1474. Hendrickson, Kenneth D. (Edit.). HARD TIMES IN OKLAHOMA The Depression Years. Oklahoma City: Oklahoma
Historical Society, 1983. First Edition. Pictorial cloth. 207 pp. Illust. Extensive notes. Index. Ten essays, including Veterans of
Industry of America, disease & sickness, farmers & the federal gov't, a photo essay, transiency, Nat'l Youth Administration, Okla
Panhandle & its railroads, Thomas-Rogers Act, & Trial & Tribulations for the Kiowa, Comanche, & Apache. Fine, no dj as issued.
Scarce now. (#0903071) $36.45
1475. Henley, John. THE BUCHMANS (Signed). Five Star, Unity, 2001, 2001. First Edition. Pictorial hardbound. 248pp.
Presentation copy (not to your bookseller, who is definitely keeping his copy) signed by Henley. A rollicking & rolling tale of the
Oregon frontier peopled with characters that can only come from the pen of my friend John Henley. The lead character, Herman
Buchman, tries to bring Marxist ideals to the frontier & falls flat on his face, managing to sell a few spurious books on the side. Other
characters abound. Fine in dj. (#5004025) $60.75
1476. Hernandez, Jose. THE GAUCHO MARTIN FIERRO. Buenos Aires: Editorial Pampa, 1967. 2nd Edition. 2nd bilingual
edition. Calf hide binding. 264pp. Lacking the ffep. Bookseller's label on front blank page. Rawhide closure. Else vg. (#SHEL714)
1477. Hertzler, Arthur E. THE HORSE AND BUGGY DOCTOR. NY: Harper & Bros, 1938. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial
cloth. 322pp. Illus. A 1938 fos on the ffep. Ex-library. Autobiography of a turn-of-20th-Century rural Kansas doctor. He carried a Colt
Peacemaker to ward off "wild dogs." Better than most ex-lib copies because this one has no back sleeve & minimal markings. Physical
condition vg in chipped dj with library label & piece of brown tape around backstrip near bottom. (#1111076)
1478. Hertzog, Peter (Comp.). OUTLAWS OF NEW MEXICO. Santa Fe: Sunstone, 1984. Revised Edition. Revised edition.
Pictorial wraps. 48pp. Bibliography. Useful reference with hundreds of outlaws cited, each with some info. Ex-lib, but nice copy. Vg.
1479. Hertzog, Peter. FRONTIER HUMOR or A Few Belly Laughs From The Territorial Times. Santa Fe: The Press of the
Territorian, 1966. Limited First Edition. Tall printed wraps. 32pp. Ltd to 1,000 copies. Owner's label inside front cover. Previous
owners' names in Old Mesilla written at bottom of title page. Light soiling. Minor crease front cover & t-p. Vg. Scarce. (#0909069)
1480. Hertzog, Peter. LITTLE KNOWN FACTS ABOUT BILLY, THE KID. Santa Fe: The Press of the Territorian, 1963. First
Edition. Printed tall wraps. 32pp. Facsimiles. Illust. Owner's address label. Upper corners wrinkled. Soiling to covers. Stain to upper
back cover. Good reading copy. 6-guns 977. (#0909070)
1481. Herzog, Brad. A Is for Amazing Moments: A Sports Alphabet. Chelsea MI: Sleeping Bear Pr, 2008. First Edition. 1st
printing. 4to pictorial hardbound. Unpag. Illus: Melanie Rose. Fine, like new in dj. (#JUV018)
1482. Heski, Thomas M. THE LITTLE SHADOW CATCHER: Icastinyanka Cikala Hanzi The Story of D.F. Barry Celebrated Photographer of Famous Indians. Seattle: Superior, 1978. First Edition. Gilt-stamped 4to cloth. 176pp. Abundantly
illustrated in b/w. Appendix: "David F. Barry's Indian Collection". Bibliography. Index. This remains one of the truly remarkable
books of photographs of the American Indian. Your bookseller, when living in Wisconsin, was amazed to stumble upon the Barry
collection in Superior, WI, about the time this book was published. Fine in moderately worn, pc dj. No longer common. (#SHEL517)
1483. Hess, Bill (Signed). GIFT OF THE WHALE: The Inupiat Bowhead Hunt, a Sacred Tradition (Signed). Seattle,
Washington, U.S.A.: Sasquatch Books, Seattle, 2005, 1999. First Edition. 1st printing. Oblong 4to cloth & boards. 224pp. Illustrated
with black & white photos. Signed & dated by Hess in the year of publication, shortly after publication. A remarkable book & now
very scarce signed & in 1st edition hardcover. Fine copy. The dj, however, has a 1 1/4" closed tear near the top of the backstrip &
edging onto the front panel. Nothing major unless you need a perfect copy. (#5021010) $81.00
1484. Hess, Bill. GIFT OF THE WHALE The Inupiat Bowhead Hunt, A Sacred Tradition (Signed). Seattle: Sasquatch, 1999.
First Edition. 4to oblong cloth & boards. 224pp. Illustrated with dramatic & informative excellent duotone photos. Signed & dated by
Hess in year of publication. An important book on the Inupiat of the Arctic & their thousands of years of hunting tradition. Very slight
corner bump to covers & slight crease in dj near corner of top panel. Else fine. (#1003066)
1485. Hess, Evelyn Searle. TO THE WOODS Sinking Roots, Living Lightly, and Finding True Home (Signed). Corvallis:
Oregon State Univ, 2010. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 173pp. Signed by Hess. A beautifully & informatively written memoir of
human enterprise & natural life. The author & her husband built "a new life... on twenty acres of land in the foothills of Oregon's
Coast Range" No indoor plumbing, no electricity, etc. Hess was for 10 years manger of the U of O greenhouses & taught native-plant
classes. A used book in as new condition. (#1011065)
1486. Heuvelmans, Professor Bernard (Paul LeBlond, Trans). NEANDERTHALl: The Strange Saga of the Minnesota Iceman.
San Antonio: Anomalist Books, 2016. First Thus. 1st printing. Tall 8vo pictorial wraps. 277pp. Illus. Translated from the French by
LeBlond. Afterword by Loren Coleman. The long awaited English translation of the classic book on the subject. Slight bump to
upper corner of part of text block, but still near fine. (#SHEL967)
1487. Hewett, Edgar L. KIT CARSON. Taos: Kit Carson Memorial Foundation, 1955. First Thus. Enlarged reprint of 1946 item.
Pictorial wraps. 12pp. Illust. Originally pub by the Archaeological Institute of America. Lightly soiled. Near fine. (#0909071)
1488. Hiaasen, Carl. LUCKY YOU (Signed). Knopf, NY, 1997., 1997. ARC. Advance Readers' Edition. Green pict trade wraps.
353pp. Presentation copy signed & dated by Hiaasen in 1997. Fine, as new. (#FTR049ARC)
1489. Hibbert, Christopher. HIGHWAYMEN. NY, 1968., 1968. First Edition. 1st American printing. 12mo gilt-stamped cloth.
128pp. Illust. Notes on Further Reading. Index. "the origins and exploits of the" 17th & 18th century "gentlemen of the road" in
England. Fine in pc dj. (#9605072) $11.48
1490. Hickman, Bill (J. H. Beadle, explanatory notes). BRIGHAM'S DESTROYING ANGEL: being The Life, Confession, and
Startling Disclosures of the Notorious BILL HICKMAN, The Danite Chief of Utah. NY: Geo. A. Crofutt, 1872. First Edition. 1st
printing. Decorated green cloth with gilt portrait & titles. 219pp. Illustrated with engravings. Frontispiece portrait. 5pp of ads in back
of book. Wear through cloth 2" along top of back cover. Toe of spine at read corner worn through. Still, a very good copy of this
Mormon classic. Rare. 6-guns 981. (#1412062)
Lost Dutchman). El Paso: Privately Printed & McMath Co, 1948. First Edition. Appears to be the first edition, printed by McMath
for the author. Inside rear cover is Palo Verde Studio, Phoenix. Date of publication uncertain with dates 1946 & 1948 variously
applied in library databases. Oblong yellow wraps, about 7" x 10". Illus. Map. Annotated by previous owner, including four line
comment in ink at top of title page. The owner emphatically states that Wolz is the correct spelling of the author's name & gives
reason for saying so with detail in several places in the text, making corrections in the text where needed. An interesting copy thus.
Light soil. There is an old paper flower decoration partly affixed to inside front cover, but does not obscure map because it folds up.
Vg. Scarce. (#1402065) $95.05
1492. Highwater, Jamake. SONG FROM THE EARTH American Indian Painting. Boston: New York Graphic Soc., 1976. First
Edition. 4to pictorial cloth. 212 pp. Amply illustrated in b/w. Appendix: "Looking at Indian Painting." Chronology. Bibliography.
Index. Bookplate on ffep. The artist is of Blackfeet / Cherokee parentage. Near fine in dj. (#1011066)
1493. Higinbotham, John D. WHEN THE WEST WAS YOUNG. Lethbridge: Herald Printers, 1978. 2nd Edition. Originally
published in 1933 by Ryerson, this 2nd edition (also called 2nd printing of Ryerson) has a new Preface & also a new Intro by the
author's son. Gilt-stamped cloth. 328pp. Illus. Appendix: "From Notes Written in Fort MacLeod 1884-1885". Index. Purchase
inscription (in Lethbridge) on ffep. Ranch life memoir from the Northwest Territories & Alberta, with beginnings in Toronto. Indians,
Fort Whoop-Up, etc.. Fine. No dj apparently as issued. Whale 604 ("excellent pioneer account of the Lethbridge-Macleod area").
1494. Higson, Margaret. TRIBAL LAWS OF THE SIX NATIONS -- IROQUOIS. Burlington (Ont): Apollo, 1980. First Edition.
4to pictorial wraps. 59pp. Illustrated with snapshot photos. This is not a legal listing, but an almost poetic presentation of traditional
tribal laws governing aspects of life. Some sections: "Bury the Hatchet", "Children Are The Possessions Of The Great Spirit", "Tread
Gently Upon The Land", etc. In brief introductory material the author talks about tribal religion and politics. Fine. Very scarce.
1495. Hill, Beth; Barkley, Frances. THE REMARKABLE WORLD OF FRANCES BARKLEY: 1769 - 1845. Gray's Pub.,
Sidney (B.C.), 1978, 1978. First Edition. Oblong pictorial wraps. 232pp. Illust. Index. Chronological Table. Sources. Notes. Maps.
Barkley was the "first European woman to set foot on the coast of British Columbia." Her reminiscences are published here for the
first time & include visits to South America, the Orient, & Alaska. Good+. (#0805066) $8.10
1496. Hill, Joseph J. THE HISTORY OF WARNER'S RANCH AND ITS ENVIRONS. L. A.: Privately Published, 1927. First
Edition. 1st printing. No ltd indicated. 4to cloth. 221pp. Illus. Preface by Herbert Bolton. Light foxing to edges & endpapers. Actually
near fine in scarce, good dj. Dj has crease line down each panel from being previously folded. A few small chips & light stains. H486,
Cowan p280. (#1506060) $78.49
1497. Hill, Leonard U. and Johnson, John. JOHN JOHNSTON AND THE INDIANS in the Land of the Three Miamis With
Recollections of Sixty Years (Signed). p.p., Piqua, Ohio, 1957 (printed by Stoneman Press, Columbus), 1957. First Edition. 1st
edition. Cloth. 198pp. Illust. Maps. Index. Inscribed, signed & dated by Hill in year of publication. Johnston was Indian agent at
Piqua, Ohio. This volume reprints original article written by Johnston in 1819, & ten articles by his grandson in 1915. Moderate
soiling to covers. No dj (as issued?). Scarce. (#0508054)
1498. Hillerbrand, Hans J. (Ed). THE REFORMATION A Narrative History Related by Contemporary Observers and
Participants. New York: Harper and Row, 1964. First Edition. Cloth. 495pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. fos. Fine in slightly worn dj.
1499. Hillerman, Tony (Editor). THE BEST OF THE WEST An Anthology of Classic Writing from the American West
(Signed). New York: Harpercollins, 1991. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 528pp. Introduction by Hillerman. Signed by
Hillerman on half title. Selected exerpts from dozens of writers both famous & little-known. Fine in dj. Scarce signed. (#0903072)
1500. Hillerman, Tony; Muench, David. NEW MEXICO -- RIO GRANDE -- AND OTHER ESSAYS (with special laid in
sheet). Portland: Graphic Arts Center Pub Co, 1992. First Thus. 1st edition thus of reprint of two previous titles (New Mexico) (Rio
Grande). Gilt-stamped 4to hardbound. 112pp. Beautifully illustrated with the color photos of two fine photographers, David Muench
& Robert Reynolds. Laid into this copy is a glossy promo quarto size sheet from the publisher on which are two photos, one of them
being a photo of the book in the originally planned dj with a slightly different title, "New Mexico & Rio Grande Tony Hillerman".
Two Hillerman essays were included in this edition that were not available in book form. Fine, like new in dj. A fairly common book,
but our copies the only ones we know of including the sheet showing alternative title. (#SHEL276)
1501. Hillerman, Tony. TONY HILLERMAN 35 Years of Excellence. Harper, NY, 2005, 2005. Audio Book. CD in pictorial slip.
A sampler which has audio selections read by Hillerman from Skinwalkers, A Thief of Time, Coyote Waits, & Seldom Disappointed.
70 minute running time. Fine, unopened. (#0606078) $5.41
1502. Hillerman). Greenberg, Martin (Ed.). THE TONY HILLERMAN COMPANION A Comprehensive Guide to His Life and
Work. New York: Harpercollins, 1994. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 375pp. Illustrated with photos of Hillerman.
Detailed endpaper maps of Hillerman country. Fine in dj. (#0903074) $10.12
1503. Hilton, George W. The Cable Car in America A New Treatise upon Cable or Rope Traction as Applied to the Working
of Street and Other Railways. Burbank, California, U.S.A.: Darwin Pubns, 1982. First Thus. 2nd edition, 1st printing thus. 4to
hardbound, gilt-stamped. 484pp. Illust. Bibliography. Index. Endpaper maps of San Francisco rails (front eps) & Kansas City (back
eps). Great photos! Lots of history! Vg in dj with a couple of short tears & light wear. (#NIC036 - 2)
1504. Hindman, Steve. Cross-country Skiing: Building Skills For Fun And Fitness (Signed). Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.:
Mountaineers Books, 2005. First Edition. 1st edition. Pictorial 4to wraps. 260pp. Illust. Signed & dated by Hindman. Fine, as new.
1505. Hinkle, Fred. THE SADDLE AND THE STATUTE (Signed). Wichita: McCormick-Armstrong, 1961. First Edition. Gilt
pictorial cloth. 132pp. Photos. Portraits. Nearly full page presentation by Hinkle to his minister, dated in 1961. Well-written memoir
by the SW Kansas (Clark Co.) rancher & Wichita lawyer. Family & local background of the 1880s. Forewords by Kansas Chief
Justice, Jay Parker, & Editor of Kansas Stockman, James Orton. Fine. No dj. Not in Herd. (#1011067)
1506. Hinkle, James F. EARLY DAYS OF A COWBOY ON THE PECOS. (Roswell): 1st National Bank, 0. 3rd printing. 12mo
gilt-stamped cloth. 47pp. Illust. Facsimile of limited Stagecoach Press edition, which was a reprint of one a rare pamphlet. Intro by
president of the First Nat'l Bank of Roswell. Hinkle arrived in Lincoln County, New Mexico, in 1885 with "a trail herd of 800 cattle..."
He was eventually elected to the territorial senate, & was "Roswell's first full term mayor." Fine 6-Score 58, Herd 1041, Dykes Kid
245. n.d. (#0909073)
1507. Hinkle, James F. EARLY DAYS OF A COWBOY ON THE PECOS. N.p., 0. 3rd printing. 12mo gilt-stamped cloth. 47pp.
Illust. Facsimile of limited Stagecoach Press edition, which was a reprint of one of the rarest of pamphlets on ranching. Intro by
president of the First N at'l Bank of Roswell. Fine. 6-Score 58, Herd 1041, Dykes Kid 245. N.d. (#8905095)
1508. Hirschi, Ron. OCEAN SEASONS (Signed). Mount Pleasant, SC: Sylvan Dell Pub, 2007. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to
pictorial hardbound. Unpag. Inscribed to no one in particular, along with a drawing, & signed & dated by Hirschi on the ffep in year of
publication. Fine, like new in dj. (#JUV016)$20.00
1509. Hoagland, Richard C. THE BREAKTHROUGHS OF CYDONIA. n.p. : Privately Printed, 1991. First Edition. This Richard
C. Hoagland booklet about the planet Mars, THE BREAKTHROUGHS OF CYDONIA. This is the First (and only?) Edition thus,
printed April 16, 1991, so stated. Hoagland is associated with several publications dealing with purported structures built on Mars,
centered on the "Face" on Mars in the Cydonia region, and other space subjects of interest. Author Hoagland describes briefly the
"NASA-Lewis Research Center television production" that was suddenly pulled. And etc.. Thirty-three (33) numbered pages plus
copyright page. The Introduction summarizes the "Furor over 'Hoagland's Mars.'" There are nine (9) pages of photos and
diagrams/drawings, and one (1) page of a Table, "Space Power Generator Test." Printed on cheap paper with melon-colored covers
(and thus probably copies did not survive well) which are slightly faded, this 8 1/4 " x 10 3/4" booklet is in very good used condition.
Minor creasing, but no abrasions. Two very short edge tears to the front cover. No chips. The name of a previous owner is at the top
of the front cover. We locate no copies available on internet sites -- the last one was many years ago -- and no copies in world
libraries. Superlatively rare. Perhaps your once-in-a-lifetime change to acquire an original copy. (#SHEL663)
1510. Hobb, Robin. Forest Mage (Signed). NY: HarperCollins, 2006. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 718pp. Signed &
dated by Hobbs in 2006 shortly after publication. "Book Two of the Soldier Son Trilogy." Fine, like new in dj. (#5020033) $19.50
1511. Hobbs, John F., as told to Jerome Peltier. (Wounded Knee). STATEMENT OF JOHN F HOBBS TELLING HIS
EXPERIENCES AS COWBOY, TEXAS RANGER AND INDIAN FIGHTER. Spokane: n.p., 1952. Manuscript. Handwritten.
Original handwritten manuscript staple-bound in plain wraps, 7 ½" x 10 ½", with writer's title & statement written on the cover.
Single-sided 39pp + 5pp addenda & 1 sheet of notes, related to bookman & historian Jerome Peltier & signed by Hobbs 12/11/52.
Hobbs left his Massachusetts home in 1883 at 15 years old & went to Texas. He learned to be a cowboy for a while NW of El Paso
(brief description of El Paso & getting "an outfit."). He believed it was the Circle R he worked for. Hobbs then joined the army ("they
got around (my age) by giving my age as 21"). Hobbs doesn't identify his unit, but relates chasing rustlers, including Mexican Rurales,
while on detached service. In 1885 he went to Fort Apache & Fort Huachuka (sic). He relates commonly known info about the search
for Geronimo. In 1889 spent a few months with the Texas Rangers ("not full time"). This early material comprises the first 17pp.
Hobbs re-enlisted in the army 2/16/89 at David's Is., NY, was sent to California and "was now in Co. H. -- 1st U. S. Infantry." The
balance of his account describes him & his regiment being sent to Pine Ridge Agency in Dakota Territory & what happened there. His
narrative relates the killing of Sitting Bull nearby. Hobbs was assigned to detached service with "'K' troop of the 7th Cavalry and in
that way I was right in the thick of the trouble." He was with the detail to "intercept Big Foot's band at Paradise Valley." His feelings
about doing that during extremely cold weather were not kindly toward the Indians, to say the least. What follows, briefly, but clearly
told, is his eye-witness account of the massacre at Wounded Knee (including how he remembered it started) & its aftermath (burial,
etc.) . "K" troop was on the front line in front of Big Foot's encampment. "In the excitement everyone rode down Indians and shot
them like chickens." The last few pages relate military politics & his decision to leave the army in 1892. Addenda pps mention
Sonora, Gen'l Miles, a quartermaster sargeant's (sic) job, & includes a complimentary description of Colonel (Pecos Bill) William
Shafter (Hobbs gives middle initial "P", but it's "R."), who he says signed his discharge papers. Your bookseller has had this
manuscript for a few years, and finally did genealogical research on Hobbs. His "Application For Headstone Or Marker" gives correct
dates of his birth & death, & indicates his regiment/unit for his nearly 3 years with the 1st. While his Arizona army days & his brief
Texas Ranger days have not been documented by your bookseller, the internal consistency of the manuscript, including citations of
names, dates, & places, have satisfied this bookseller that Hobbs did what he said he did. Nor does he embellish as a fabricator would.
For example, when describing white & black figs growing "near the base of the mountains on the way to Sonora," he says, "I made
this trip after the Indian campaign, not during that time." Nor does Hobbs appear to have had a financial motive for relating his
memoir. Historian Peltier was experienced in recording the accounts of old time frontiersmen & soldiers in their twilight years. Hobbs
died 10/20/1954 & is buried in Spokane. If not an extended memoir of the Indian Wars, Hobbs' account nevertheless speaks with an
authenticity having the power to place the reader right there on the frontier alongside of him. Vg condition; handwritten by Peltier on
onion-skin type paper. Original accounts of this nature are rare. (#1307063)
1512. Hobson, George C. (Edit.). GEMS OF THOUGHT AND HISTORY OF SHOSHONE COUNTY. Kellogg: Allied
Fraternities Council & Kellogg Evening News Press, Kellogg (ID), 1940. First Edition. Stapled black wrappers with silver-stamped
title & image of mule. 84pp. Illustrated with just a few portraits & photos. Many small ads. Full-page inside covers ads of Bunker Hill
& Sullivan Mining Co., and Sunshine Mining Company. Inscribed, "Compliments of R. L. Brainard, Kellogg, Idaho". Brainard's help
to editor is mentioned in the Preface. Brief information on Lewis & Clark Expedition, Fur Traders & Trappers, Indians (Nez Perce
War, etc.). Most of the material is on mining activities. Several pages of Tall Tales & Civic & religious institutions. Early Day
Lawlessness, Mullan Road, etc.. Good+. Mighty scarce book on Shoshone County, Idaho, and Kellogg. Perhaps rare. Smith 4533,
Graff 1915. (#0611064) $164.03
1513. Hobson, Richmond P., Jr. GRASS BEYOND THE MOUNTAINS: Discovering the Last Great Frontier on the North
American Continent. Phila: J. B. Lippincott, 1951. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. Endpaper maps. One of the modern classic
books on ranching in Western Canada, Hobson's acclaimed first memoir in an eventual trilogy. "This true adventure story tells of the
successful exploration of the unknown land beyond the formidable Itcha, Algak, and Fawnie mountain ranges in the heart of British
Columbia" (north of a line between Bella Coola & Alexis Creek). Near fine in quite edgeworn dj, but with no major chips. Herd 1043,
Whale 618. This edition very scarce. (#SHEL475) $68.85
1514. Hobson, Richmond P., Jr. NOTHING TOO GOOD FOR A COWBOY (Signed). Phila: J. B. Lippincott, 1955. First Edition.
1st printing. Cloth & boards. 252pp. Endpaper maps of region of the British Columbia range south of Vanderhoof. Full-page burnt red
ink presentation on h-t (in large handwriting) by Hobson, "Vanderhoof B. C. Christmas Dear M__ -- V___ and B__ have asked me to
smear my runnin' iron on this book for you -- with very best wishes -- Rich Hobson (two brands underneath). Verso of ffep has
owner's inscription "Christmas 1955 From B__ and V__ Rim Rock Ranch Vanderhoof B.C." The author's second book in his classic,
three volume memoir of ranching in central B. C. Fine copy. The pc dj is not chipped, but has a long V tear on the back panel which
has been taped by former owner & which has some superficial loss to the coating. Herd 1044, Whale 619. (#1307064)
1515. Hockensmith, Steve. HOLMES ON THE RANGE A Mystery (Signed). St. Martins, NY, 2006, 2006. ARC. Advance
Readers' Edition. Brightly colored pictorial wraps. 294pp. Signed & dated by Hockensmith. Hold on to to your double-billed, supersleuth hats, boys, this Western mystery is a dandy read, written with a sharp wit & a good plot. The author writes a monthly column
for Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine. His Big Red & Old Red characters (stars of this novel) appear regularly in Ellery Queen's
Mystery Magazine. This is his first novel. Fine, as new. (#0511062ARC)
1516. Hoebel, E. Adamson. THE CHEYENNES Indians of the Great Plains. Holt, Rinehart & Winston, NY, 1960, 1960. First
Edition. Pictorial wraps. 103pp. Illust. Bibliography. Creased back cover corner, else vg. (#0711176)
1517. Hoffmann, R. S., and Pattie, D. L. A GUIDE TO MONTANA MAMMALS. U of Montana, Missoula, 1968, 1968. First
Edition. 1st edition. 4to pictorial wraps. 133pp. Index. Lots of maps. Lots of drawings of animal skulls. Moderately soiled. Vg. Scarce.
1518. HOGAG. Rhinelander, Wisconsin. 13TH ANNIVERSARY HODAG COUNTRY FESTIVAL, July 13, 14, 15, 1990.
Rhinelander, 1990, 1990. First Edition. Original edition. Printed & decorated wraps. Unpaginated, but a substantial staple bound
booklet. Illustrated with portraits, photos, and many ads of businesses from Rhinelander, Wisconsin, and Northern Wisconsin.
Vignettes on each of the musical artists that sang at this year's Hodag Country Festival. Fine. (#5003029) $20.25
1519. Hoig, Stan. THE HUMOR OF THE AMERICAN COWBOY (Signed). Caldwell: Caxton, 1958. First Edition. 1st printing.
Pictorial cloth. 193pp. Illustrated by Nick Eggenhofer, including a large dramatic drawing by him supplying the endpapers.
Presentation copy inscribed on the h-t page to Mr. and Mrs. ___ ___ ___ by the publisher __ __ Gipson & dated Caldwell, Idaho, Oct
22, 1958, and further inscribed & dated by Hoig five days later. Fine in near fine dj. Very scarce if not rare as inscribed. (#1209069)
1520. Hoig, Stan. THE PEACE CHIEFS OF THE CHEYENNE. Norman, 1980., 1980. First Edition. Cloth. 206pp. Illustrated
with vintage photos. Notes. Bibliography. Index. "... the more prominent chiefs are treated individually in a lucid, felicitous style that
will appeal..." Fine in dj. (#9303065)
1521. Hoig, Stan. THE WESTERN ODYSSEY OF JOHN SIMPSON SMITH Frontiersman, Trapper, Trader, and
Interpreter. Glendale: Arthur H. Clark, 1974. First Edition. 1st edition. Cloth. 254pp. Illust. A.H. Clark's "Western Frontiersmen
Series" XV. Fine, no dj as issued. o-p. (#9612067) $29.52
1522. Hoig, Stan. THE WESTERN ODYSSEY OF JOHN SIMPSON SMITH Frontiersman, Trapper, Trader, and
Interpreter. Arthur H. Clark, Glendale, 1974., 1974. First Edition. 1st edition. Cloth. 254pp. Illust. A.H. Clark's "Western
Frontiersmen Series" XV. Fine in original plain brown dj. (#SHEL164)$16.40
1523. Holbrook, Stewart H. THE FAR CORNER A Personal View of the Pacific Northwest. NY: Macmillan, 1952. First Edition.
1st printing. Cloth. 270pp. Index. Endpaper maps. fos on half-title. "History by Holbrook is never dull" (Karno, Chicago Sun-Times).
Fine in dj with chip top back panel & short tears & creases. (#1402066)
1524. Holden, W. C. ROLLIE BURNS or An Account of the Ranching Industry on the South Plains (Signed). Texas A & M,
College Station, 1986, 1986. 2nd Edition. 2nd edition. Cloth. 243pp. Short presentation signed by Holden using his name "Curry" in
brown ink, & also "W.C. Holden" in black ink. Laid in is a folded printed page, "A Tribute to W. C. Holden" on May 4, 1986, with list
of speakers & their presentation titles. An important Texas Panhandle range cattle history & biography. The original manuscript was
printed in 1936, & this new edition has a new Introduction by David Murrah of Texas Tech. Information is included on the
involvement of J. Evetts Haley in the production of this account. Fine in dj. Very desirable. Herd 1050, Dobie p106. (#0411061)
1525. Holgren, Beryl. FRANK BANEY Forty Years A Montana Law Enforcer (Signed). NY: Vantage Press, 1965. Cloth. 190pp.
Illus/photos. Inscribed on the ffep to noted Spokane bookman, Jerome Peltier, by "an old friend", Forrest R. Stone, who was Supt. of
the Wind River Agency, & further inscribed on the same by Mrs. Frank Baney. One photo in the book is of "Frank Baney at Jimmy
Bagle (sic) Cabin, Eureka". Jimmy Boyle has written his name beside the photo. Laid in is also a card with the signatures of Victoria
Baney (Frank's wife) & Forrest Stone. Baney, described by his biographer as "all man", served as 1st sheriff of Lincoln Co., Montana,
1910-1947. A great, collectible, association copy. Fine in dj. Very scarce. Not in Adams. (#1011068)
1526. Holiday Magazine. AMERICAN PANORAMA West of the Mississippi. Garden City: Doubleday & Co, 1960. Literary
Guild apparently issued this book, but no book club indicator & the dj has the price. Cloth & boards. 405pp. Illus. "A Holiday
Magazine Book." Chapters on probably all the western states, Alaska & Hawaii. Fine in very slightly chipped dj. (#1408070) $10.01
1527. Hollander, Zander (Ed.) & Phillips 66. THE FAMILY PRO FOOTBALL HANDBOOK. NY: Associated Features, 1968.
First Thus. 1st printing thus. Small pictorial wraps (5 1/4" x 7 1/4"). 31pp. A nifty little booklet with lots of info, sponsored by Phillips
66 Petroleum Company. Contents include: American Football League & National Football League schedules, AFL & NFL histories
(one page each), rosters of AFL & NFL teams with team logos (Oakland Raiders, New York Jets, Kansas City Chiefs, Miami
Dolphins, San Diego Chargers, Denver Broncos, Boston Patriots, Houston Oilers, Buffalo Bills, Cincinnati Bengals, Green Bay
Packers, Washington Redskins, Los Angeles Rams, Atlanta Falcons, St. Louis Cardinals, Philadelphia Eagles, Chicago Bears,
Minnesota Vikings, New York Giants, Cleveland Browns, San Francisco 49ers, Detroit Lions, Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Colts,
New Orleans Saints), AFL & NFL records, Family Quiz on football, Officials signals, diagrams of winning plays (two: Green Bay's
Flood Right & Oakland's Weakside Sweep), & Curt Gowdy's Tips for Young Players. Back cover show game photo & portraits of
Curt Gowdy, Charlie Jones, Jim Simpson, Kyle Rote, Elmer Angsman, & George Ratterman. Front cover corners creased, but
definitely a good+ copy. Very, very scarce. Oh, the legendary names of the players of 45 years ago -- a golden age for many boomer
fans. (#5014057) $40.50
1528. Holleman, Marybeth. THE HEART OF THE SOUND An Alaskan Paradise Found and Nearly Lost (Signed). Salt Lake
City: Univ. of Utah, 2004. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 205pp. Illust/photos. Endpaper maps. Signed & dated by Holleman. "a
captivating picture of a woman who found her Eden in the sweeping fjords of Alaska only to almost lose it to ecological tragedy." An
exploration of the "resiliency of nature -- both wild and human." (dj blurb). Fine, as new in dj. (#0404070) $19.68
1529. Holliday, Charles W. THE VALLEY OF YOUTH. Caldwell: Caxton, 1948. First Edition. Cloth with gilt vignette on cover.
357pp. Illus. Endpaper maps. Halliday's memories of the lovely Okanagan Valley of southern British Columbia: Vernon, Penticton,
Osoyoos, etc.. Near fine in dj with large 3" x 2 1/2" chip on front panel & couple of small chips. Dust jackets for this book seem
particularly susceptible to degrading. (#1104057)
1530. Hollon, W. Eugene. THE LOST PATHFINDER Zebulon Montgomery Pike. Norman: OU, 1949. First Edition. 1st printing.
Cloth. 240pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Map. Christmas gift inscription to former owner on ffep. Fine moderately edgeworn dj.
1531. Hollowood, Barnard (Ed.). PICK OF PUNCH. Barker, London, 1960, 1960. First Edition. 1st edition. 4to red hardbound.
192pp. Illust with Punch cartoons, most b/w, but with some lovely color plates. Gift inscription on ffep. Vg in ch dj with large price
clip. (#5021003) $5.12
1532. Holman, Albert M.; Marks, Constant R. PIONEERING IN THE NORTHWEST Niobrara-Virginia City Wagon Road &
PIONEERS Short Sketches of Charles Floyd, War Eagle, Theophile Bruguier and Others. Sioux City: Deitch & Lamar, 1924.
First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 150pp. Illus. The Holman section runs 50pp. Chas. Floyd was the only member of the Lewis & Clark
Expedition who died. The Virginia City is the one in the Montana gold fields. Slight browning on front endpapers. Near fine.
1533. Holme, Bryan (Edit.). CATS AND KITTENS. Studio Publications & Thomas Y. Crowell, NY & London, 1950., 1950. First
Edition. Royal 8vo pict yellow cloth. 98pp. Color Frontispiece: "Spring Play in a T'ang Garden." Black & white illustrations by
Photogravure and Color Co. Text by the fine Plantin Press. Introduction: Alleine E. Dodge. A very well done book, great photos &
illustrations. Upper cover edges near spine with small bump; light wear to cover edges. Near vg. No dj. (#5005017) $10.12
1534. Holmes, Eugenia Kellogg. ADOLPH SUTRO A Brief Story of a Brilliant Life. S. F.: Press of San Francisco PhotoEngraving Co, 1895. First Edition. 1st printing. 12mo elaborately gilt-stamped dark blue cloth. 56pp. Nicely illustrated. Fine. Scarce.
Cowan p290. (#1209070) $54.70
1535. Holt, Thaddeus. THE DECEIVERS Allied Military Deception in the Second World War. Scribner, NY, 2004, 2004.
ARC. Advance Uncorrected Proof. Printed trade wraps. 952pp. Appendices. Maps. "... the first full account of its kind, The Deceivers
reveals the inner workings of the most systematic and skillful deception ever practiced in warfare history." (#5013047ARC) $40.50
1536. Holtzen, Mark. THE PIG WAR (Signed). North Charleston: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012. First
Edition. Although CreateSpace published, this copy acquired soon after publication so we call it a first printing. Pictorial glossy
wraps. 144pp. Signed by Holtzen shortly after publication. Kirkus Review sheets laid in. "A boy's summer with his grumpy
grandfather turns into a fun adventure on an island in the Pacific Northwest in this contemporary middle-grade novel." Fine, like new.
1537. Hoogenboom, Olive. THE FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH OF BROOKLYN One Hundred Fifty Years (Signed).
Brooklyn: First Unitarian Church, 1987. First Edition. Cloth. 459pp. Illus. Appendix. References. Bibliography. Index. Presentation
copy to "P___ K___ with happy memories of your time with us..." Fine in dj. (#SHEL534)
1538. Hooker, William Francis. THE PRAIRIE SCHOONER (Signed, Association). Saul Brothers, Chicago, 1918., 1918. First
Edition. 12mo gilt-stamped cloth. 156pp. Color Frontispiece & a couple of illustrations. Inscribed by Hooker to William W. Seymour,
Mayor of Tacoma, Washington ca 1914. The presentation was at the request of Seymour's brother & Hooker's friend, Edmund
Seymour, who wrote a full page inscription to William, "This is our old stamping ground when we were on the plains." He goes on to
describe Hooker, a frontiersman in Wyoming. Also, 1/4 affixed on the rear paste down is a folded one-sheet typed letter (carbon copy)
to Hooker from an even more noted frontiersman, JOHN HUNTON, dated Fort Laramie, October 7, 1920. It is not signed, but
includes some fine reflections on the old days, "I have not seen a yoke of oxen for ten years. Last winter while coal was scarce and
weather was cold I cut up the last of my big bull wagons and burnt them, as they were useless." A fine triple association copy of a
scarce & desirable book. Moderate wear to cover extremities. Vg. Rader 1922, 6-guns 1017. (#0303071) $196.83
1539. Hopkinson, Deborah (Signed). Michelle. New York: Harpercollins Childrens Books, 2009. First Edition. 4to pictorial
hardbound. 32 pp. A children's book featuring Michelle Obama richly illustrated by A. G. Ford. Signed by Hopkinson and dated
"2009". Fine, like new in dj. (#P3064)
1540. Hopkinson, Deborah. STAGECOACH SAL (Signed) Inspired by a True Tale. New York: Hyperion, 2009. First Edition.
Oblong pictorial hardbound. 26 pp. Signed & dated 2009 by Hopkinson. A children's illustrated book, "fictional story based on the life
of Delia Haskett Rawson," possibly the "first woman to carry the U.S. mail by stagecoach in California." Fine, like new in dj.
1541. Hopper, John. Cowboys Complete Saddle Making. Jackson Hole: Chahala's Pub, 1982. First Edition. Gilt-stamped 4to
simulated leather hardbound. 376 pp. Elaborately illustrated with photos & drawings. Glossary. Former owner's info on front & back
pastedowns. Sheet of printer's corrections & other info taped (3 pieces) inside front cover to form a kind of fly leaf. Hopper is a Wind
River Arapahoe. Printed into the book is a letter from Lacee Harris, Univ. of Utah Native American Affairs Advisor, who says, "Mr.
Hopper is one of the vanishing breed -- a true craftsman of the old school that takes pride in all his work."... "The steps outlined and
procedures spoken of are steps of a master craftsman." Chapters, besides on saddle-making, are on chaps, saddle bags, pack
equipment, hunting equipment, halters & bridles, hobbles, breast collars, bronc saddles, etc.. Fine in slightly worn, complete dj with
some short edge tears. Previous owner has reinforced a couple of dj corners with tape. We have decided not to try to remove it. Rare.
1542. Horan, James D. ACROSS THE CIMARRON Marshal George Bolds Own Story of His Life and Adventures in the Cow
Towns of the Wild West. Crown, NY, 1956, 1956. First Edition. Cloth & boards. 391pp. Illustrated with vintage photos. Frontispiece
portrait of Bolds. The subject of this account was involved in a lot of activity in old SW Kansas, the Panhandles, & old Oklahoma &
Indian Territory. Near fine in dj. Tiny spot on a couple of early pages. Surprisingly uncommon in the 1st edition & in this condition. 6guns 1024, Herd 1062. (#0711183) $36.00
First Edition. 4to gilt-stamped red textured hardbound. 373pp. Illustrated with fine reproductions of the great hand-tinted paintings of
Indians from the historic portfolio. 111 pages of text, illus with b/w photos, preceding the plates. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Fine in
near fine dj. (#SHEL597) $47.25
1544. Horan, James David. THE AUTHENTIC WILD WEST: The Lawmen. Crown, NY, 1980, 1980. First Edition. 1st printing.
4to cloth. 309pp. Illust. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Includes a chapter on Bill Tilghman; also Bat Masterson, William Wallace, Teddy
Roosevelt, Bear River Tom Smith, Charles Siringo, Wyatt Earp & the O.K. Corral. Nice Introduction on Buffalo Hunters,Cattlemen,
& Homesteaders. Fine in dj with tiny edge tears. (#0711184) $24.75
1545. Horan, James David. THE AUTHENTIC WILD WEST: The Outlaws. Crown, NY, 1987, 1987. 3rd printing. 4to cloth.
312pp. Illust. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Material on the Daltons, Reno Gang, James & Younger Gang, Wild Bunch, Butch Cassidy
& Sundance Kid, Etta Place, Tiburcio Vasquez, Sam Bass. Fine in dj with small corner tear. (#0711185) $11.25
1546. Horgan, Paul. THE SAINTMAKER'S CHRISTMAS EVE. NY: Farrar, Straus & Cudahy, 1955. First Edition. 1st printing.
Cloth & bds. 112pp. Illustrated by Horgan. A "Dramatic Fable" set in the Upper Rio Grande long ago. Good reading copy. Front cover
mottled in color; back paste down with owner's sleeve / residue patches from something glued on. Dj vg. (#1209071)
1547. Horgan, Paul. GIVE ME POSSESSION. Farrar, Straus, & Cudahy, NY, 1957., 1957. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 267pp.
Vg, no dj. (#FTR114)
1548. Horgan, Paul. HUMBLE POWERS (signed by Horgan's aunt, with original Horgan photo). Macmillan, London, 1954.,
1954. First Thus. 1st British edition. Cloth. 226pp. Laid into corner photo mounts on ffep is b/w snapshot photo of Horgan with his
aunt, Marie Rohr, & her godchild, Susie Werth. Gift inscription is written by Ms. Rohr to Isabelle Hinsdale above & below photo. Not
signed by Horgan, however. This title is a combination of three short stories: The Devil in the Desert, One Red Rose for Christmas, &
To the Castle. Fine in slightly edge worn dj with two small chips & couple of short tears. Very scarce. (#FTR091) $131.22
1549. Horgan, Paul. TRACINGS A Book of Partial Portraits. FSG, NY, 1993., 1993. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards.
260pp. The veteran writer's essays on various famous persons in art & music, Paul Horgan, Vachel, Lindsey, Frieda Lawrence,
Somerset Maugham, Peter Hurd, Michelangelo, St ravinsky, et. al. Fine in pc dj. (#FTR192)
1550. Horn, Maurice. COMICS OF THE AMERICAN WEST. South Hackensack, 1978., 1978. First Thus. 1st paperback edition.
4to pict wraps. 224pp. Many illustrations in b/w, but with several color plates. Extensive text includes chapters on "A Short History of
the Western Strip" & "Westerns around the World." Vg. Unusual. (#9601070) $8.20
1551. Hornaday, William T. CAMP-FIRES IN THE CANADIAN ROCKIES. NY: Charles Scribners Sons, 1906. First Edition.
1st printing. Pictorial gilt-stamped cloth. 353pp. Illustrated by John M. Phillips. Index. The hinges have been professionally repaired
& binding tightened. fos of H. L. Stimson in 1906 on ffep. Because of where I purchased this copy years ago (Wash., D. C.), this
could very well have been the Stimson who was Sect'y of State (Hoover) & Sect'y of War (Roosevelt, 2nd term) & who had many
other positions and honors. Looking at several autographs of Stimson leads me to believe so. Near fine. "A classic account of a
zoological expedition ... Includes as well much on big game hunting in British Columbia. Whale 632. (#1402068) $200.10
1552. Hornaday, William T. CAMP-FIRES IN THE CANADIAN ROCKIES. NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1907. 2nd printing.
Gilt-stamped pictorial cloth. 353pp. Illustrated with photos by John M. Phillips. Index. t.e.g. Tiny ink stamp of Wm. Terrell & Co.
Toronto lower left corner of ffep. Other than a small smudge (or perhaps foxing spot) on middle of ffep & larger one on rear paste
down, this is far & away the best & brightest copy of this title I have seen or handled. Virtually no wear; no hinge weakness or cracks
(often found in this weighty book). No dj, & we've never seen one. Fine. Whale 632. (#1204063) $133.72
1553. Horses). SMALL FARMER'S JOURNAL featuring Practical Horsefarming. Small Farmer's Journal, Sisters, Oregon,
Summer 2003, 2003. First Thus. Large 4to pictorial wraps. 127pp. Very lavishly illustrated with b/w photos & other illustrations.
Some are vintage drawings of old equipment, lithos of farm animals, oxen, poultry, etc.. One color plate in back. A neat publication
with all kinds of detailed articles for farmers, especially those who farm with horses. Fine. (#0611065)
1554. Hosmer, J. Allen. A TRIP TO THE STATES by the Way of the Yellowstone and Missouri With a Table of Distances.
Bozeman: Montana State Univ, 1962. Facsimile reprint. Small, 12mo printed wraps. 82pp. First published in 1867, & the 2nd book
printed & published in Montana Terr. Publisher's complimentary slip laid in. Fine. Howes H662. (#1302061)
1555. Hotchkiss, Mary L. THE OLD SHEEPSKIN COAT. NY: Vantage, 1957. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 152pp. A
fictional account of three Union cavalry veterans who trek from New Mexico to Oklahoma & make the run into the Cherokee Strip.
Near fine in chipped & rough dj. Scarce. (#1307066) $20.01
1556. House, Boyce. COWTOWN COLUMNIST Human Interest Stories of Texas (Signed). San Antonio: Naylor, 1946. First
Edition. Silver-stamped cloth. 275pp. Index. Signed by House on half-title. Interesting-looking book by the chronicler of Texas
anecdotes. Near fine in slightly chipped dj. 6-guns 1040. (#1011069) $32.01
1557. House, R.C. THE OFFICIAL PRICE GUIDE TO OLD WEST COLLECTIBLES. New York: House of Collectibles,
1994. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 273pp. Illust. Bibliography. 56pp section in back referencing appropriate museums. Prices
outdated, but still useful. Fine. (#0903076) $10.12
1558. Houston, Pam. SIGHT HOUND (Signed). Norton, NY, 2004, 2004. ARC. Advance Reading Copy. Pictorial trade wraps.
342pp. Signed by Houston. The well-known author of Cowboys Are My Weakness has written her first novel, about how a
Wolfhound teaches "'his human' that love is stronger than fear." Dante (the dog) is a "catalyst for change" in other lives. Fine.
(#0505079ARC) $16.40
1559. Houston, Pam. SIGHT HOUND (Signed). Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.: W. W. Norton, NY, 2004, 2005. ARC. Advance
Reading Copy. Pictorial trade wraps. 342pp. Signed & dated by Houston. Unique copy as Houston also wrote in it, "The first galley of
Sight Hound ever signed!" The publisher's description says, "The is the story of a woman, Rae, and her dog, Dante, a wolfhound who
teaches 'his human' that love is stronger than fear... Dante is the catalyst for change in other characters as well, and they step forward
with their narratives..." The accomplished & award-winning short story writer's first novel. Fine condition. (#5001051ARC) $60.75
1560. Houston, Pam. WALTZING THE CAT (Signed). Norton, NY, 1998, 1998. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards.
288pp. Signed & dated by Houston in the year of publication. "eleven linked fictions featuring a peripatitic photographer." "... more
(stories) from the woman with a penchant for the laconic men of the West." Fine, as new in dj. (#0401072) $16.40
1561. Houston, Pam. COWBOYS ARE MY WEAKNESS (Signed) Stories. NY, 1992., 1992. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth &
decorated boards. 171pp. Signed by Houston. Fine in fine dj. (#9908109)
1562. Houts, Marshall. FROM GUN TO GAVEL The Courtroom Recollections of James Mathers of Oklahoma. Wm. Morrow,
NY, 1954, 1954. First Edition. Cloth. 246pp. Endpaper maps. Mathers came to Oklahoma Territory in 1896, & practiced also in Indian
Territory. When ... "he began practicing as a county attorney, he inherited 322 murder cases." Some info on the Daltons, Judge Parker,
et. al.. This is a well-written & interesting memoir. Now uncommon in this condition. Fine in pc dj. (#0711186)
1563. Howard, Mary. DISCOVERING THE BODY (Signed). Morrow, Harper Collins, NY, 2000., 2000. First Edition. 1st ed.
Hardbound. 294 pp. Signed & dated by Howard soon after publication. Fine, as new, in dj. (#5001007b) $12.15
1564. Howe, Elvon L., Edit. ROCKY MOUNTAIN EMPIRE. Doubleday, & Co., Garden City, 1950, 1950. First Edition. Cloth.
272pp. Endpaper maps. From the dj: "Revealing glimpses of the West in transition from old to new, from the pages of the Rocky
Mountain Empire Magazine of The Denver Post." Fine in pc dj with a few edge tears. 6-guns 1054, Herd 1081. (#0603086) $6.56
1565. Howe, Jas. Hamilton (Composer). THE OLYMPIC SUITE Opus 50. Seattle: Dragon, 1922. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to
pictorial wraps. (84pp). Illustrated by art photos mainly of Olympic Mtns; includes Curtis studio. fos on front cover. An unusual item,
a suite of 12 pianoforte numbers & overture, each introduced by photos, story, & comments. "For the Purpose of Idealizing Northwest
Scenery." Cover photos shows Mount Olympus & Olympic Mountains from Seattle. Scarce. Repair to back cover edge, some
darkening, moderate wear. Good. (#1209072)
1566. Howell, Erle. METHODISM IN THE NORTHWEST. (Seattle): Pacific NW Conference Hist Soc, 1966. First Edition. 1st
printing. Gilt-stamped cloth. 468pp. Illus. 8 appendices. Ink vignette stamp on ffep. The author was "Forty-eight years a member of
the Pacific Northwest Annual Conference." Fine in dj. (#1307067)
1567. Howell, Trisha Adelena & Lopez, Paul (Illustrator). THE ADVENTURES OF MELON AND TURNIP (Signed).
Snohomish: Howell Canyon, 2004. First Edition. 1st edition. 4to pictorial hardbound. Unpaginated. Signed & dated in year of
publication by Howell. Fine, like new in dj. Laid in is a folded color poster. (#5016029) $21.87
1568. Huckel, J. F. (Edit.). FIRST FAMILIES OF THE SOUTHWEST. K. C.: Fred Harvey, 1913. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to
pictorial paper over boards. Unpag. Illustrated with lovely color art plates. A brief, vignette study of everyday life of some Indians of
the Southwest. Slight to moderate wear to extremities. Near fine, no dj as issued. Very scarce in hardbound in this nice condition.
1569. Hudson, W. H. W. H. HUDSON'S TALES OF THE PAMPAS. NY: Knopf, 1939. First Thus. 1st printing of illustrated
edition. Decorated cloth. 245pp. Fine illustrations in gravure by Roger Duvoisin. Teddy Roosevelt: "... it gives the very soul of the
land..." Originally published in 1916. Fine in moderately edgeworn, but complete dj with some edge cuts. Very scarce. (#1506062)
1570. Hudson, Wilson & Maxwell, Allen (Eds.). Texas Folklore Society. THE SUNNY SLOPES OF LONG AGO. SMU, Dallas,
1966, 1966. First Edition. 1st edition. Cloth. 204pp. Illustrated with photos of the great J. Frank Dobie. Essays by many of Texas' &
the Southwest's finest writers. This TFS item, #33, as published soon after Dobie's death. Fine in moderately worn dj with a 1" x 1"
sized piece torn from the top edge of the front panel. (#9005044)
1571. Huffman, Walter C., and S. Anita Stauffer. WHERE WE WORSHIP. Minneapolis: Augsburg, 1987. First Edition. Oblong
4to red wraps. 48pp. Illustrated with b/w photos & drawings. Contents: Worshipping Church, Holy Place, Worship Space, Liturgical
Centers, Serving Environment, Gospel Sign, Glossary. Fine. Scarce. (#SHEL401)
1572. Hughes, Murdoch. THE SEATTLE BARISTA KILLER (Signed). Mundania Press, Cincinnati, 2007, 2007. First Edition.
1st printing. Pictorial trade wraps. 214pp. Signed "Murdoch" on the title page. Laid in is the publisher's promo & information on the
author. A salivating new detective fiction character. "Harley Wolf is no Sherlock Holmes... Harley is secretly a werewolf. His
heightened senses and animal instincts hid him in discovering otherwise undetectable clues, and in tracking killers." Fine, like new.
1573. Humboldt, Alexander). THE LIFE TRAVELS AND BOOKS OF ALEXANDER VON HUMBOLDT. New York: Rudd &
Carleton, 1859. First Edition. Leatherbound: a lovely rebind in 1/2 brown leather with green dyed leather boards. Original spine labels.
new endpaper. 482pp. Silk ribbon. Frontispiece is engraved portrait of Humboldt. Introduction by Bayard Taylor. Fine, attractive
copy. We must note that a dried, ruddy maple leaf has been laid into the front cover and magic taped at the stem. Easily removed
without damage if desired -- but as this copy was purchased in Canada, we thought we'd leave the leaf in! This was apparently a recent
addition so there is no transfer of the leaf to the page. Uncommon in first edition. (#1011070)
1574. Humphrey, Clark. Seattle's Belltown. Charleston: Arcadia Pub, 2007. Pictorial wraps. 128 pp. Illustrate with lots of photos.
Map. Nice book about his section north of downtown Seattle. Fine, like new. (#5013058)$12.15
1575. Humphreys, C.C. A PLACE CALLED ARMAGEDDON: constantinople 1453 (Signed). Naperville: Sourcebooks
Landmark, 2012. 1st Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 455pp. Historical Note. Author's Note. Bibliography. Endpaper maps. Signed by
author on title page. Fine unread copy like new in like dj. (#SHEL945) $25.00
1576. Huneeus, Antonio. A Study Guide to UFOs, Psychic and Paranormal Phenomena in the U. S. S. R. n.p.: Aberlard, 1991.
First Edition. 1st printing. 4to color glossy wraps. 128pp. Illus. Lower corner slightly bumped, else fine. (#SHEL655)
1577. Hungerford, Edward. WELLS FARGO Advancing the American Frontier. NY, 1949., 1949. Pictorial cloth. 274pp. Illust.
Fine in chipped dj. 6-guns 1072. (#9005092)
1578. Hungry Wolf, Adolf. GOOD MEDICINE Life in Harmony with Nature. Golden, BC: Good Medicine Books, 1970. First
Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. (32pp). Illus. Attractively designed & printed. 1st in a series. Fine. Scarce. (#1408071) $35.02
1579. Hungry Wolf, Adolf. TRADITIONAL DRESS Knowledge and Methods of Old-Time Clothings. Summertown: Book Pub
Co, 1990. Reprint. Pictorial wraps. 80pp. Illustrated with drawings & vintage photos of Native Americans & their dress. Fine.
1580. Hunt, Frazier. CAP MOSSMAN Last of the Great Cowmen. NY: Hastings House, 1951. First Edition. Pictorial cloth.
277pp. Illustrations & endpapers by Ross Santee. This copy with bookplate (on front paste down) of Lester Ward Ruffner, Prescott,
Arizona. Mossman was a notable Arizona cowboy & was gen'l supt. of the Hash Knife. The dj flaps were once taped to the covers, so
brown tape marks on top/bottom of flaps & top/bottom of covers. Sounds ugly, but actually this copy is, as they say, "else fine" in
"else fine" dj. Herd 1100, 6-guns 1073, 44 & 44 #57. (#1011071)
1581. Hunt, William R. DISTANT JUSTICE: Policing the Alaska Frontier. Norman : OU, 1987. First Edition. 1st printing.
Hardbound. 375pp. Illus. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Map. Fine in dj. (#1408072)
1582. Hunter, J. Marvin, Editor. FRONTIER TIMES April 1930. Bandera: J. Marvin Hunter, 1930. First Thus. 1st printing thus of
Vol. 7, #7. Pictorial wraps. Approx 47pp. Bit of browning on cover edges. Vg. Col. Ben Milam on cover. (#1602072)
1583. Hunter, J. Marvin, Editor. FRONTIER TIMES August 1931. Bandera: J. Marvin Hunter, 1931. First Thus. 1st printing thus
of Vol. 8, #11 Pictorial wraps. Approx 47pp. Vg. Old Jim Bridger on cover. (#1602073) $20.12
1584. Hunter, J. Marvin, Editor. FRONTIER TIMES December 1929. Bandera: J. Marvin Hunter, 1929. First Thus. 1st printing
thus of Vol. 7, #3. Pictorial wraps. Approx 45pp. Vg. Tom Green on cover. (#1602074) $11.50
1585. Hunter, J. Marvin, Editor. FRONTIER TIMES February 1930. Bandera: J. Marvin Hunter, 1930. First Thus. 1st printing
thus of Vol. 7, #5. Pictorial wraps. Approx 47pp. Bit of browning on cover edges. Vg. Sterling C. Robertson on cover. (#1602075)
1586. Hunter, J. Marvin, Editor. FRONTIER TIMES February 1931. Bandera: J. Marvin Hunter, 1931. First Thus. 1st printing
thus of Vol. 8, #5. Pictorial wraps. Approx 47pp. Bit of browning on cover edges. Vg. Judge Roy Bean on cover. (#1602076)$17.25
1587. Hunter, J. Marvin, Editor. FRONTIER TIMES January 1930. Bandera: J. Marvin Hunter, 1930. First Thus. 1st printing thus
of Vol. 7, #4. Pictorial wraps. Approx 47pp. Bit of browning on cover edges. Vg. One of the scarcer issues. Ellis P. Bean on cover.
1588. Hunter, J. Marvin, Editor. FRONTIER TIMES July 1931. Bandera: J. Marvin Hunter, 1931. First Thus. 1st printing thus of
Vol. 8, #10 Pictorial wraps. Approx 47pp. Vg. Col. C. C. Slaughter on cover. (#1602078)
1589. Hunter, J. Marvin, Editor. FRONTIER TIMES June 1930. Bandera: J. Marvin Hunter, 1930. First Thus. 1st printing thus of
Vol. 7, #9. Pictorial wraps. Approx 47pp. Bit of browning on cover edges. Vg. E. M. Pease on cover. (#1602079) $17.25
1590. Hunter, J. Marvin, Editor. FRONTIER TIMES March 1930. Bandera: J. Marvin Hunter, 1930. First Thus. 1st printing thus
of Vol. 7, #6. Pictorial wraps. Approx 47pp. Bit of browning on cover edges. Vg. Sidney Sherman on cover. (#1602080)
1591. Hunter, J. Marvin, Editor. FRONTIER TIMES November 1929. Bandera: J. Marvin Hunter, 1929. First Thus. 1st printing
thus of Vol. 7, #2. Pictorial wraps. Approx 46pp. Top corner bumped. Still Vg. One of the scarce issues. Mirabeau R Lamar on cover.
1592. Hunter, J. Marvin, Editor. FRONTIER TIMES October 1929. Bandera: J. Marvin Hunter, 1929. First Thus. 1st printing thus
of Vol. 7, #1. Pictorial wraps. Approx 48pp. Touch of browning at cover edges. Vg. Anson Jones on cover. (#1602082)
1593. Hunter, J. Marvin, Editor. FRONTIER TIMES October 1930. Bandera: J. Marvin Hunter, 1930. First Thus. 1st printing thus
of Vol. 8, #1. Pictorial wraps. 48pp. Browning on cover edges. Vg. James Collingsworth on cover. (#1602083)
1594. Hunter, J. Marvin, Editor. FRONTIER TIMES September 1929. Bandera: J. Marvin Hunter, 1929. First Thus. 1st printing
thus of Vol. 6, #12. Pictorial wraps. Approx 45pp. Browning at cover edges. Vg. Thomas J. Rusk on cover. (#1602084)
1595. Huntington, George. JESSE JAMES The Truth About the Northfield Raid as Told by Eyewitnesses and by the Men
Who Shot it Out with the Bandits in the Street Battle. Northfield: Mohn Printing Co, 1939. Reprint. Printed wraps. Reprinted from
the 1895 Edition of Robber And Hero. 38pp. Illus. Worn at extremities; abrasion & square paper price patch on lower front corner &
some stain on back. Sound stapled volume. Good. Very scarce. cf 6-guns 1087, 150 #78.l. (#1302063)
1596. Huntington, Samuel P. Who Are We?: The Challenges to America's National Identity. Riverside, New Jersey, U.S.A.:
Simon & Schuster, 2004. ARC. Advance Uncorrected Proof. Pictorial trade wraps. 408pp. Extensive Notes. The author "turns his
attention... to the cultural rift in our .. country." Fine. (#5017036ARC) $16.20
1597. Hurst, Irvin. THE 46TH STAR A History of Oklahoma's Constitutional Convention and Early Statehood. Semco Color
Press, OKC, 1957, 1957. First Edition. Blue cloth with gilt U. S. flag on front cover. 171pp. Illust.. Appendices: "Delegates to the
Constitutional Convention" & "How the Counties Were Named". Index. The word "filed" is written small on the paste down, & a
small ink stamp is on the ffep. Foxing to endpapers. Vg in complete dj with edge wear & one small chip & tear at bottom of backstrip.
1598. Huston, Fred. THOSE S. O. B.'s AT TARRYALL (Signed). Nortex, Quanah & Wichita Falls, 1974, 1974. First Edition.
Hardbound. 102pp. Illust. Signed by Huston. "... crusty characters" who prospected the gold streams such as Tarryall Creek, & worked
the mines of Colorado. Uncle Dick Wootten, et. al.. Fine in dj. (#0603087)
1599. Hutchins, Scott. A WORKING THEORY OF LOVE A Novel (Signed). NY: Penguin Press, 2012. 1st Edition. 1st printing.
Cloth & boards. 328pp. Signed by Hutchins on title page. Fine in dj. (#5009085)
1600. Hutchinson, W. H. ANOTHER VERDICT FOR OLIVER LEE (Signed). Clarendon: Clarendon Press, 1965. Limited First
Edition. 1st printing ltd to 650 copies. Gilt-stamped cloth. (IX + (48)pp). Illustrated with fine drawings/sketches of H. D. & Olive
Bugbee. Signed by Hutchinson on memory/dedication page. Very faint 2" mark on front cover, barely worth mentioning. Near fine
thus. No dj, possibly as issued. Scarce Pat Garrett, Billy the Kid, & Albert Fountain item. 6-guns 1094. (#1408073) $85.04
1601. Hutchinson, W. H. A BAR CROSS MAN The Life and Personal Writings of Eugene Manlove Rhodes. Norman: OU,
1956. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 432pp. Illus. Checklist of Rhodes Writing. Index. Fine in near fine (very slightly rubbed in a
spot or two), pc dj. (#1506064)
1602. Hutchison, Bruce. THE FRASER (Signed). NY & Toronto: Rinehart & Clark, Irwin, 1950. First Edition. 1st printing,
Canadian edition. Cloth. 368pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Signed by Hutchinson. History of the mighty Fraser River in British
Columbia; a book in the Rivers of America series. Back cover with fading along borders; vg; no dj. Herd 1109. (#1209073) $14.18
1603. Huxhold, Harry N. POWER FOR THE CHURCH in the Midst of Chaos. St. Louis: Concordia Pub. House, 1973. First
Edition. Wraps. 95 pp. Several pages underlined. "Is the church a powerless antique?" Huxhold answers. Lutheran theologian. Else
fine. Scarce. (#THEOSHEL348) $8.86
1604. Huxhold, Harry N. WHAT IS THE QUESTION? Discovering the Meaning of Life from Recent Novels and Ancient
Scriptures. St. Louis: Concordia, 1968. First Edition. Tall, gilt-stamped cloth. 91pp. Bibliography. In this copy there are a number of
comments & annotations by the owner. fos on ffep. Else fine in slightly worn & slightly faded dj. (#THEOSHEL393)
1605. Hyde, Dayton O. YAMSI. NY, 1971., 1971. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 315pp. Illust. Christmas sticker & owner's
signature/address on ffep. "A heartwarming journal of one year on a wilderness ranch" in Oregon's Klamath country. Fine in pc dj.
1606. Hyde, George E. INDIANS OF THE HIGH PLAINS From the Prehistoric Period to the Coming of Europeans
(Association copy). Norman: OU, 1966. 2nd printing. Cloth. 233pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Maps. Apaches, Utes, Comanches,
etc. On the ffep is the finely designed custom bookplate of the great Western historian & biographer, Dan Thrapp, and his wife,
Margie. Fine in vg dj with light wear to extemities. (#1204069)
1607. Hyde, George E. LIFE OF GEORGE BENT Written from His Letters. Norman: OU, 1968. First Edition. 1st printing.
Cloth. 389pp. Illus. Works Cited. Index. The former owner's small address label is near the top of the front paste down. Scholarly
study of the key figure of Bent's Fort in Colorado. Fine in near fine dj with trace of chipping at top/bottom of backstrip. (#1602085)
1608. Idaho Territory). BAIL BOND. Idaho City, March 14, 1864., 1864. Paper. Not a book. 1 ruled legal sheet, entirely
handwritten in ink both recto & verso. Quite legible. Issued by the 2nd Judicial District Court. Six named persons provided a one
thousand dollar bail for one Charley Rhodes, indicted for "assault and battery with intent to commit murder." A nice early territorial,
Idaho having become a territory just a year previously. Bond stamps affixed. Court seal embossed. Two minor folds. Vg. (#9404088)
1609. Idaho Territory). SUMMONS. Idaho City, October 12, 1865., 1865. Paper. Not a book. One ruled legal sheet printed by the
Idaho World Office (successor to Boise News-Print), filled out in ink both verso & recto. Fine penmanship. Issued by 2nd Judicial
District Court. Edward Lovelock & John Ewing are summoned to appear before the court upon complaint by Edwin Powell & George
Love, otherwise they'll be nailed for (almost four hundred dollars). Deputy Sheriff Edmondson was unable to find them "after due
diligence and inquiry" in Boise Co., I.T. Bond stamps affixed. Originally folded twice. Vg. (#9404090)
1610. Idaho). 1863: HOW IDAHO BECAME A TERRITORY. Boise: Idaho Historical Soc., 1963. First Edition. Magazine size
pictorial wraps. 16pp. Illust. Maps. Idaho Historical Series Number 10. Fine. Scarce. (#0909082) $12.15
1611. Idaho). IDAHO YESTERDAYS. Boise: Idaho Historical Society, 1964. First Edition. Magazine size pictorial wraps. 32pp +
23pp Index 1961 - 1964. Illust. Contents include "Cousin Jack in Idaho" (Cornish mining in Idaho) & "Francois Payette" (one of the
famous voyageurs). Fine. (#0909084)
1612. Idaho). AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF NORTH IDAHO embracing Nez Perces, Idaho, Latah, Kootenay and
Shoshone Counties State of Idaho. Spokane?: Western Historical Pub Co, 1903. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to tooled full leather
with gilt-titles. All edges gilt (a.e.g.). 1,238pp. Marbled endpapers. Illustrated with some photos, but primarily portraits of prominent
men. County by county biographical index. Prefatory. Endorsements. This copy professionally & finely rebacked with full original
spine titles applied to the new back. Sturdy & now fit for decades of reference. Occasional spot on margins; slight fold to free
endpapers. Ink signature of Edson D. Briggs, who is listed on the Nez Pearce Co. index, near binding on the ffep. The 1 1/2 column
write-up on him says he was "the big hearted, sociable and popular county surveyor... and city engineer of Lewiston." He "surveyed
all of Whitman, Asotin, and Adams counties plus for several years was surveyor of Garfield Co." He also surveyed the battle grounds
of the Nez Perces war on the Whitebird..." Very scarce now in original edition. (#1602086)
1613. Iles, Greg. Mortal Fear (Signed). New York, New York, U.S.A.: E P Dutton, 1997. ARC. Advance Reading Copy. Trade
pictorial wraps. 509pp. Signed & dated by Iles in September of 2006 right after the ARC came out. This copy contains the errata slip
attached by the publishers to the inside of the front cover. "In Mortal Fear bestselling author Greg Iles has made a masterful leap to the
contemporary thriller with a searing novel of psychosexual suspense." "A brilliant killer is preying on women who use EROS, an
erotic online network. Only Harper Cole, EROS's system operator adn a prime suspect, can stop him." A very fine copy, like new.
unread. Signed ARCs rare now. (#5020035ARC)
ORGANIZATIONS AS PASSED BY THE 30TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 1877. Springfield, (Ill.), 1877., 1877. First Edition.
Printed wrappers. 21pp. Good. Scarce. (#5009004) $20.25
1615. Illinois) Olympia Fields; Edward D. Dionne. OLYMPIA FIELDS 1927 An Illinois Community's 50th Anniversary 1927 1977. Olympia Fields & Chicago Heights: Privately Printed, 1977. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 161pp. Illus. Maps.
Large folding maps of Olympia Fields laid in. Also laid in printed letter indicating this copy is a complimentary one from the Village
Board of Tustees & Golden Anniversary Committee. The village is just west of Chicago Heights. Crease to upper corner of front
cover, else fine. Scarce. (#5010056)
1616. Illinois). PICTURESQUE FREEPORT Freeport and Vicinity. Freeport: W. H. Wagner & Sons, Printers and Binders,
1900. First Edition. Original edition, actual publication year unknown, probably before 1900, possibly 180s. Oblong string tied dark
gray wraps, about 7 1/2" x 9 x 1/2". Illustrated with half-tones of public buildings & homes in Freeport, Illinois. Stated is
"Photographs by Wareham. Grouping by Bolender." On the "net" is the following information on J. L. Wareham. "John L. Wareham photographer, Obituary in 1879 he returned to Freeport and became one of the leading photographers of this city. The picture industry
at that early date was at the "tin type" stage and it was necessary for him to make his own dry plates for making pictures. Of recent
years he has been doing much of the commercial photography for factories and railroads in this vicinity. (Jan. 31, 1930 Freeport
Journal Standard)." There was also a photographer, C. H. Wareham, about the same time. I believe that the best known of the two, J.
L., is the likely author. Freeport is in Stephenson County & was the site of the famous Abraham Lincoln - Stephen Douglas second
presidential candidate debate. This rare copy in fair condition because: An applied cover photo is missing, and the front cover is torn
vertically at the top of just inside the binding corner & then angles diagonally. Tear goes down the cover 4 1/2". Else good condition.
29 total leaves with photos on one side of 27. Title page. Two page print material, "Freeport, Illinois". The pages are in great shape.
Curiously, threre is a reverse printing of the title page on the verso, and the type of the second of the two page information leaf shows
through on the recto, somewhat competing with the type on the recto. We have chosen not to even professionally repair this copy,
deferring to what the eventual owner will want to do. This book is truly rare and research shows that copies are found only in three
libraries worldwide. (#SHEL565) $270.00
DuPAGE COUNTIES with parts of adjoining counties, including the manufacturing district in Lake County, Ind. Chicago:
Rand, McNally, 1900. First Thus. Map. Not a book. 12mo gilt-stamped cloth, disbound. 37 3/4" x 42". Small (6 1/2" x 10") inset map
of "business section of Chicago." List of railroads. List of towns & villages by section, town, & range. Printed on the map are "Fine
Cycling Roads", "Good Cycling Roads", "Fair Cycling Roads". Also, "Ordinary Wagon Roads." Folds reinforced with thin archival
tape. Map thus in good condition & detached from back cover. Covers separated. Very scarce. (#1011073) $162.08
1618. Illustrated London). ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS, THE. ILN, London, 1855, 1855. First Edition. Original edition,
Jan. 6, 1855 to June 6, 1855. Disbound, but boards present. Folio. 672pp. Greatly illustrated with engravings, many full page. The
main subject of this volume deals with the Crimean War, and it is dealt with extensively with news articles along with army & navy
prints & maps. Supplements include "Baltic Fleet" and "Napoleon". Several pages are extensively torn & a couple pages missing. A
half dozen or so pages with another, later document or flyer glued to them. Otherwise the usual minor tears & blemishes. (#5008042)
1619. Illustrated London). ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS, THE. ILN, London, 1856, 1856. First Edition. Original edition, Jan
5, 1856 (beginning at page 3) - June 28, 1856. Folio in cloth & printed on quality paper. Disbound, but covers & spine present (piece
missing from front fabric; tear). 720pp. A tremendous volume almost all about the Crimean War, including the peace celebrations.
Gorgeous military (cavalry, naval, etc.) & other engravings throughout, many double page. A handful are in sepia tone. Four portraits
are strongly tinted, with particular note on a very striking portrait, "The Standard Bearer" (J.Gilbert). We mention just a handful of
noteworthy engravings: "The Peers Front - New Palace of Westminster", two full page engravings on the "Burning of Covent
Garden", a terrific double page: "Peace on Earth Good Will Towards Men -- Cry Havoc and Let Slip The Dogs Of War", "New
Uniforms of the British Cavalry", "New Uniform of the Coldstream Guards", numerous striking fireworks engravings celebrating the
peace, also "The Peace Rejoicing -- Ringing The Bells", "The New State Ball-Room At Buckingham Palace", one-third page
engravings of "The Nebraska and Kansas Territory". AND, a 32 page Supplement, "The Grand Naval Review", which includes a full
page map, "Plan of Spithead Showing the Proposed Evolutions of the Review of the Fleet by Her Majesty, on Wednesday the 23rd of
April, 1856". The pages almost throughout in vg to fine condition, with perhaps an occasional tear, smudge. One of the best examples
of the art of engraving in the 19th Century. (#5008041)
1620. Illustrated London). ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS, THE. ILN, London, 1892, 1892. First Edition. Original edition.
Three months of the Illustrated London News, Oct 1, 1892, through the end of the year. Folio. Poor condition with all pages stained.
However, even with the staining of the prints and pages, this large folio volume should not be relegated to oblivion. There is much
attention given in words & illustrations to the life and passing of England's great poet, Alfred, Lord Tennyson, who had just died.
There is the complete, serialized novel by Thomas Hardy, "The Pursuit of the Well-Beloved", with the interesting masthead for each
of the twelve segments. Advertising and art work are classic Victorian and endlessly fascinating. Be warned now, condition: The first
2/3 of the volume are heavily stained on the upper portion of the leaves, and the last 1/3 is heavily and dreadfully stained also on the
bottom half. This is not a tea or coffee stain, but of a substance somewhat oily in texture that is still just a touch noticeable. The
binding is poor & the first blank page is torn. A couple of other pages have a long tear, & a few pages were stuck together in small
(dime to half-dollar) sized spots. They have been carefully separated with some minor print loss and some short tears. The volume is
what it is, and someone will enjoy it, or break it & pick the best of the plates for framing. (#5008039)
1621. Incline Railways). A CENTURY OF INCLINES. The Society for the Preservation of the Duquesne Heights Incline,
Pittsburgh, n.d., 0. First Thus. Pictorial stapled wraps. 24pp. Illust. Attractive booklet. Fine. n.d. (#NIC024 - 1)
1622. Independence, Kansas. THE STONE LIVERY STABLE and City Omnibus and Transfer Line, Office of Irvin W.
Broderick. Independence, Kansas, March, 3, 1890., 1890. Paper. Not a book. Original printed 5 3/4" x 9 1/4" order sheet directed to a
Kansas City wholesaler, signed by Broderick, "Please send me one Barrel or cask of Blue Ribbon beer and Obligor". (an obscure word
referring to giving a bond). Couple of old ink stamps on front, "Pabst Brewing Co. Received." & a Special Commissioner's Exhibit
stamp dated in 1906. 1/16" hole in middle of sheet, else fine. (#0203063)
1623. Indian News Media). KAINAI NEWS Canada's Leading Indian Newspaper Vol. IX No. 12 (June 30, 1976. Standoff,
Alberta: Indian News Media, 1976. First Thus. Newspaper. 1st printing thus. Folded newspaper. 16pp. Illus. Front page articles, "33rd
Indian Association Meeting Comes to Close", & "Deanna Crowfood Named 1976 Alberta Princess." Vg copy. (#MISSION023)
1624. Indians: Canadian First Nations). THE INDIAN NEWS (7 issues). Ottawa: Dept of Indian Affairs and Northern
Development, 1970. First Thus. Newspaper. Newspaper style publication. Printed wraps. Vol 13: 1 (April, 1970); Vol 14: 4-8) (19711972). 8pps per issue. Plus, Vol 15: 5 (Nov - Dec 1972, 12pps.). Illus. This publication was issued 1954-1982. Some corners curled,
but all in vg condition. Scarce. (#MISSION001)
1625. Indians). THE WORLD OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN (deluxe edition). Washington, D.C.: Natl Geographic Society,
1993. 2nd Edition. 1st printing of the buckskin leather-like 4to hardcover binding richly decorated in gilt. a.e.g. (all edges gilt). Silk
ribbon. 399pp. Illus. Tribal Supplement. Index. Laid in folding map, "Indians of North America." Fine, no dj as issued. Scarce in this
fine binding. (#1307068) $50.02
Seattle: Bowie & Weatherford, 1991. First Thus. 1st printing of facsimile printing of only copy known of original. Printed wraps.
(8pp). Number 54 signed by both publishers. In facsimile are also the author's inked corrections. Printed at the end is an endorsement
by the author's friend, Joaquin Miller. Original was printed in 1899. Fine. Scarce. (#1408075)
1627. Ingstad, Helge. NUNAMIUT Among Alaska's Inland Eskimos. NY: W. W. Norton, 1954. First Thus. 1st printing of U. S.
English edition. 303pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Folding Map. fos. Ex-library. Wear to top of spine. A sound copy, but good in
moderately worn dj & chipped at head & toe of backstrip. (#SHEL553)$18.00
1628. Inlow, Linda. Becoming Me A Journey Towards Self Discovery. Kalama, B. C.: Kopacetic Ink, 2000. First Edition. 4to
pictorial glossy wraps. 120 pp. Attractive work-book format for anyone wished to "journey" further toward self-discovery. "A
programmed autobiography for the reader to complete." The author is a Lutheran pastor, family therapist, & mother of two children.
Fine copy. Like new. (#5012047) $14.58
1629. Inman, Col. Henry. THE OLD SANTA FE TRAIL The Story of a Great Highway. Macmillan, NY, 1897, 1897. First
Edition. Gilt-stamped & pictorial cloth. 493pp. Illustrated with absolutely splendid b/w prints from the works of Frederic Remington.
Folding map. A classic of the Western trails & commerce. General wear to the covers, especially the extremities, but very little fraying
at head/toe of spine. Hinges professionally repaired. A couple of smudges on the title page, but not bad at all. A good, tight copy ready
for another 100 years of reading. Howes I57, Dykes 50 p305, Rader 2021, Rittenhouse 323, Herd 1131. Very scarce. (#0606081)
1630. Innis, Ben. BLOODY KNIFE! Custer's Favorite Scout (Signed). Fort Collins: Old Army, 1973. First Edition. 1st printing.
Gilt-stamped cloth. 202pp. Illus. Index. Signed by Innis. Former owner put a name sticker on top of ffep. Fine in lightly worn dj. This
edition scarce signed. (#1302065) $60.03
1631. Inslee, Jay; Hendricks, Bracken. Apollo's Fire Igniting America's Clean-Energy Economy (Signed). Island Pr, 2007. ARC.
Uncorrected Proof. Trade pictorial wraps. 367 pp. Illust. Signed by Inslee. The authors' book brings a similar vision shown in the great
the Apollo space program to "the fight for clean and reliable energy." Fine condition. (#5020036ARC)
1632. Iowa) Dimig, Mrs. Henry. THE HISTORY OF DANBURY 1865 - 1965. n.p.: Privately Printed, 1970. First Edition.
Apparent 1st printing. Medium sized pictorial wraps in plastic comb binding. 450pp. A few photo illustrations. Frontispiece portrait of
"Mr. Dan Thomas 1833-1911 'Founder of Danbury'". "Property of..." written in colored pencil on title page. Index of names but
without accompanying page numbers. 16 chapters plus appendix of biographies. Preliminary page folds out & is "Family of Dan
Thomas." Chapters include "Indians in Northwest Iowa 1854-1880", "Coming of the Railroad", etc. The bound wrappers have clear
plastic covers & the back one has a short tear (to plastic only). Near fine. Rare. (#SHEL801)
1633. Iowa). ATLAS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY IOWA Containing Maps of Villages, Cities and Townships of the
County. Maps of State, United States and World. Farmers Directory - Business Directory - General Information. Davenport:
Iowa Publishing Company, 1906. First Edition. Original gilt-stamped large folio ½ leather & cloth over boards. 15" x 18.5". Now, let's
get this disclaimer out of the way. Buyer will not be acquiring this copy because of the condition - the binding is in dreadful condition
- but for content and the rarity thereof. More on condition below. 165pp. Maps (all shaded in color). Portraits. Contents: Decoratively
printed title page; Publishers' Preface (1p), Table of Contents page (listing Townships, Cities, Towns and Villages, Miscellaneous
Maps -- State of Iowa, U.S., the World, Rural Route Map of Washington Co, The System of the United States Land Surveys,
Topographical Map of Washington County --, Portraits, Miscellaneous (-- these are located in various places in the book --Advertisements, Farmer's Directory of Washington Co, History of the State of Iowa, History of Washington Co, Preface,
Reminiscences of Early Settlers, Road Laws of Iowa, Views of Washington Co). I count 37 maps: 1 Topographical of county, 1 state,
1 U.S., 1 world, 2 City of Washington (northern side & southern side), 1 of Principal Meridians & Base Lines of U.S., and the rest are
township maps. Of the city & township maps, 6 are double page & three page/plates have 3 maps each. I think my count is accurate
but don't hold my feet to the fire if I missed one or over-counted slightly. There are 12pp of Farmers Directory alphabetical list with
route number. There are 18pp of ads, many of them with black & white half-tones. There are 29pp of half-tone portraits (around 26
per page), some of them deceased citizens. There are 13pp of history & reminiscences. Back to binding: Corners worn with much
leather worn away exposing boards. Binding is broken. Joints are broken but covers still reasonably firmly attached. Several leaves are
badly margin chipped, but with only loss of text on bottom edge of last leaf of portraits (1/2 of one barn is missing). Title page fore
edge chipped back 1 - 2 inches (no loss of decorative material or text). There are various edge tears. One leaf with ads on both side is
torn all the way across, and a previous owner mended it with tape. And finally, pp87 & following are cracked along the binding with
most split along the inner margin, mostly outside of text. The reason why this inner margin has taken place is largely because the
publishers chose to make the book a stapled binding inside the boards - a sure-fire way to eventually cause the paper to break. This
represents a serious restoration job for the book preservationist, but all but the slightest bit of textual and pictorial information is
present. This copy apparently at one time to a resident of Franklin Township as his name has been underlined and later highlighted in
the directory portion. Someone also identified his portrait.There are a couple of other highlights & old marks. Rare. Less than a
handful of copies in libraries worldwide. (#1302066) $400.20
1634. Iowa). THE IOWA JOURNAL OF HISTORY AND POLITICS. State Hist. Soc. of Iowa, Iowa City, July 1913, 1913. First
Thus. Large printed wraps with overlapping edges. pp. 307 - 473. "History Made by Plain Men" "Episodes in the Early History of the
Western Iowa Country", "History of the Codes of Iowa Law", etc.. Vg+ condition, the overlaps with the usual short splits. Some pages
unopened. Scarce. (#0511071)
1635. Iowa). THE IOWA JOURNAL OF HISTORY AND POLITICS. State Hist. Soc. of Iowa, Iowa City, October 1914, 1914.
First Thus. Large printed wraps with overlapping edges. pp. 479 - 664. "Fur Trade Operations in the Easter Iowa Country from 1800
to 1833" (89pp), "The Public Domain as a Field for Historical Study", etc.. Vg+ condition, the overlaps with the usual short splits.
Some pages unopened. Scarce. (#0511069) $22.96
1636. Iowa). THE IOWA JOURNAL OF HISTORY AND POLITICS. State Hist. Soc. of Iowa, Iowa City, January 1922, 1922.
First Thus. Large printed wraps with overlapping edges. pp. 3 - 160. "Letters from the West in 1845" by Stephen H. Hayes (67pp),
"The Internal Grain Trade of the United States 1860 - 1890 (part) III", etc.. Vg+ condition, the overlaps with the usual short splits.
Some pages unopened. Scarce. (#0511072) $19.68
1637. Iowa). The Iowa Journal of History and Politics. The Iowa Journal of History and Politics, January 1908. State Historical
Society of Iowa, Iowa City, January 1908, 1908. First Edition. Royal 8vo printed wraps. 158pp. Four articles: 1) The History and
Principles of the Democratic Party of Iowa, by Louis Pelzer. 2) The History of Liquor Legislation in Iowa 1846 - 1861, by Dan Elbert
Clark. 3) An Early Fugitive Slave Case West of the Mississippi River, by John C. Parish. 4) The Color Bearer of the Twelfth Iowa
Volunteer Infantry, by J. W. Rich. The issue also has book reviews, notes on the contributors, & other typical features for a historical
quarterly. With the upcoming Iowa primaries/caucuses, etc., this issue is particularly pertinent to an early historical study of the
Democrats in Iowa. Cover wrappers overlap the text block & are therefore chipped on the fore edges. Else fine. (#5003047) $60.75
1638. Irani, Anosh. THE SONG OF KAHUNSHA A Novel (Signed). Milkweed Editions, Minneapolis, 2007, 2007. ARC.
Advance Reading Copy. Trade pictorial wraps. 311pp. Signed "Anosh". Acclaimed new novel by the Vancouver author. Fine, like
new. (#5008068ARC)
1639. Iraq). SUMER A Journal of Archaeology and History in Iraq (Vol. XV, Nos. 1 & 2). Baghdad: Directorate-General of
Antiquities Republic of Iraq, 1959. First Thus. 1st printing thus. 4to printed wraps. Unpaginated, but thick book with various sections
& many plates & facsimiles of documents. Illus. Various texts/sections in English, French, & Arabic. Contents: Baquir: "A Free
Democratic Republic forever." Van Dijk: "Textes Divers Du Musee De Bagdad, III." Edzard: "The Bazmusian Tablets." Saggs: "Two
Admistrative Officials at Erech in the 6th Century B. C." Lenzen: "The Greek Theatre in Babylon." In Arabic: Baqir (as cited above).
Zbiss: "The Tunisian Dome." Basmachi: "Stele of Ur-Nanshe." Awad: "The Arabic Manuscripts in the Iraq Museum Library at
Baghdad (III)." Nakshabandi: "Amawid Dirham Struck on pur Islamic Type in The Iraq Museum." as-Samarra'i: "Comparative Study
of Duel." Madhlum: "The Excavation at Tel Abu Thar." Vg copy with chip to paper cover at top of spine. Very scarce. (#SHEL806)
1640. Irving, Washington (Edgeley W. Wood, Ed.). THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN BONNEVILLE, U. S. A. IN THE
ROCKY MOUNTAINS AND THE FAR WEST. Norman: OU, 1961. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 424pp. Illus. Appendices.
Bibliography. Index. Maps. Fine in good dj with small triangle crease/tear top of front panel. Cf. Rader 2028, Graff 2160, Howes I85,
Smith 5046, W-C 67. (#1602088) $15.53
1641. Issler, Anne Roller. STEVENSON AT SILVERADO. Caldwell: Caxton, 1939. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 247pp. Illus.
Consider this a reading copy. Envelope removal back paste down; dj flap tipped on front e. p.; mildly soiled. No dj. (#1602089)
1642. Itjen, Martin. THE STORY OF THE TOUR on the Skagway, Alaska Street Car. Privately Printed, (Skagway), 1934, 1934.
1st edition? Red printed gray wraps. 82pp. Illust. "This Book Contains Over One Hundred Historic and Scenic Views in and Around
Skagway, Alaska of the Early Days of '98." Appears to be the earliest issuance of this booklet, later reprinted several times. Soapy
Smith material. Mild vertical crease to front cover; some fading to edges. Vg. (#0411075)
1643. Itjen, Martin. THE STORY OF THE TOUR ON THE SKAGWAY, ALASKA STREET CAR (Signed). (Skagway):
Privately published, 1934. First Edition. 1st printing. Blue-gray wraps with red lettering. 82pp. Illustrated with b/w photos, most
historic. "This Book Contains Over One Hundred Historic and Scenic Views in and Around Skagway, Alaska of the Early Days of
'98." Itjen has written on the bottom one-half of the title page, "How am I doin' Martin Itjen August 26th 1936." Laid in is a 4pp
printed folder with 3 illustrations: "Martin's Glimpse of the Highlights." Near fine condition, but we note a dime-sized oblong scrape
to the cover in the middle of the front cover. (#1602090)
1644. Iversen, Eva C. MISSION SAN MIGUEL ARCANGEL Founded 1797. San Miguel: Franciscan Fathers, 1945. First
Edition. Presumed 1st printing. No date but probably 1940s. Pictorial wraps. 30pp. Illus. List of Spanish & Indian Names in the back.
Crayon type smear lower back cover. Vg+. (#1402069)
1645. Ives, Gordon Langley, pseud for Jim Dodge. CONVERSATIONS WITH BIGFOOT. Cedarville: Floating Island Press,
1998. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 16pp. Vignette illustrations. Notes. A purported "conversation" which was a literary
product. Bottom corner of front cover faded, else fine. Why other dealers would want to charge over five hundred dollars for this item
is beyond me. (#5016070)$52.50
1646. Ivey, Eowyn. THE SNOW CHILD A Novel (Signed). NY: Little Brown & Company, 2012. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth
& boards. 389pp. Simple signature by author on title page. An "enchanting" debut novel set in Alaska & around the longing to have a
child. Fine in dj. (#5002055b)
1647. Jack and Jill. JACK AND JILL The Better Magazine for Boys and Girls, July 1958. Phila: Curtis, 1958. First Thus. Color
pictorial magazine wraps. 68pp. Illus. Very Good +. (#5016056)
1648. Jack and Jill. JACK AND JILL The Better Magazine for Boys and Girls, May 1958. Phila: Curtis, 1958. First Thus. Color
pictorial magazine wraps. 68pp. Illus. Couple of tears to covers. (#5016055)
1649. Jack and Jill. JACK AND JILL The Better Magazine for Boys and Girls, May 1959. Phila: Curtis, 1959. First Thus. Color
pictorial magazine wraps. 68pp. Illus. Diagonal crease across lower front cover and dime sized stain on front cover, else vg.
1650. Jackman, E.R. & R.A. Long. THE OREGON DESERT. Caxton, Caldwell, 1964, 1964. First Edition. Cloth. 407pp. Illust. An
Oregon classic. Appendix of various kinds of information. Index. Endpaper maps. Owner's address label on front paste down. Wild
horses, cowboys, sheep, natural history. Printed on glossy stock. Fine in slightly chipped, edgeworn dj with a few tape repairs or
reinforcements. (#9011116a)
1651. Jackson, A. P., and Cole, E. C. OKLAHOMA! Politically and Topographically Described -- History and Guide to the
Indian Territory. Ramsey, Millett & Hudson, Kansas City, 1885, 1885. First Edition. 12mo gilt-stamped & decorative blind-stamped
tan colored cloth (bibliographies also cite an edition in wrappers). 150pp. Illustrated with many engravings. Also there is a page
reproducing the "Certificate of Membership in Osburn's Oklahoma Colony" (its constitution is printed in this book).Two pages of
advertising (E. C. Cole's Real Estate, Kingman, Kansas, and Bank of Kingman, each a full page). Lists of Schools & Teachers (5 pp.).
We have laid in a facsimile copy of the rare, original color-toned map, engraved by the publishers. Howes indicates that this map was
not issued in all copies (perhaps they were removed because they were not attached). The title page continues, "Biographical Sketches
of Capt. David L. Payne, W. L. Couch, Wm. H. Osborn, and others -- A Complete Guide to the Indian Territory, Illustrated with Map,
Hunting and Fishing Grounds, by (authors)." E. E. Dale, in his bibliography of the range cattle industry, says of this book: "A small
volume prepared especially for the purpose of advertising the lands known as 'Oklahoma' and to urge their opening to settlement.
Interesting and valuable as a contemporary account of conditions in the Indian Territory and along the border but must be used with
care because of its frankly controversial character." The bias of this book is indicated with one of the headings: "Railroads and CattleKings Dictating to Congress". Contents include portions of treaties & gov. docs, newspaper reports & "Oklahoma Stories" taken from
them. As with regional books of this nature printed in this era, each extant copy may be missing a plate or two that will be found in
another copy, and vice versa. In this copy "Camp Alice", facing p56, was absent & a facsimile from another copy has been tipped in.
Condition: a very good copy. There is a small dimple on the back cover with loosening of threads around it (pencil diameter). Very
slight soiling to the cloth. The signature/gathering following page 16 is pulled a little from the binding & is slightly loose. One of the
rarest of all Oklahoma books & published when the Boomers were becoming bold in their suit to open lands for white settlement.
Herd 1140, Howes J3, Rader 2032, Graff 2174, Hargrett Gilcrease Imprints p290 ("excessively rare"). (#0711191) $3,500.00
1652. Jackson, Alonzo C. THE CONQUEST OF CALIFORNIA Reported in the Letters of Midshipman Alonzo C. Jackson
1842-1846. n.p.: Edward Eberstadt & Sons, 1953. First Edition. 1st printing, "Printed from the original unpublished manuscripts."
Speckled red wraps with pictorial title label. 31pp. Published for the friends of Eberstadt, Christmas, 1953. Fold out illustration:
"Myer's Seizure of Monterey, 1842." Subtitle: (Jackson's) "letter in detail of the Seizure of Monterey in 1842 and his letter on The
Final Conquest of 1846." Bit of fading near stapled spine. Small spot lower back cover. Overlapping covers very slightly bent upper
corner & to the pages. Vg. Very scarce. (#1408076) $50.02
1653. Jackson, Donald (Edited & Annotated by). THE JOURNALS OF ZEBULON MONTGOMERY PIKE With Letters and
Related Documents Volume 1 & 2. Norman: OU, 1966. First Edition. 1st printings. Cloth. Vol. 1: 464pp + 60 plates. Vol. 2: 449pp.
Illus. Index. Bibliography. Maps, including folding maps. Near fine in fine publisher's custom slipcase with label. No dj as issued.
1654. Jackson, Donald. VALLEY MEN A Speculative Account of the Arkansas Expedition of 1807. New Haven: Tichnor &
Fields, 1983. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & bds. 228pp (including 12pp historical introduction). A fine western historian
speculates what Thomas Jefferson's canceled expedition to the Southwest would have discovered. Scholarly fiction that reads more
like history than fiction. Advance praise from Dee Brown & Allan Eckert quoted on dj. Fine in d. (#SHEL745)
1655. Jackson, Grace. CYNTHIA ANN PARKER (Signed). Naylor, San Antonio, 1959, 1959. First Edition. Pictorial hardbound.
138pp. Illustrated with vintage photos. Bibliography. Gift inscription on ffep; author signed on title page. A number marked in crayon
(1" high) on ffep. Bottom edge of back cover has a bump. Good+ in chipped dj, which has a couple of marks on the front panel.
Scarce. (#0711194)
1656. Jackson, Harry). Getlein, Frank. HARRY JACKSON MONOGRAPH - CATALOGUE (Signed). NY: Kennedy Galleries,
1969. Limited/Numbered. #144 of 300 copies in full leather & slipcase, along with original etching. Both book & etching signed by
Jackson. 98pp. Illustrated with the fine work of the famed Western artist whose work was primarily in bronze. The etching is of a
cowboy roping a calf & is inset into a custom pocket inside front cover. Spine somewhat faded as expected & with a touch of scuffing.
Else fine in fine publisher's custom pictorial slipcase. (#1209078)
1657. Jackson, Helen Hunt. RAMONA A Story. L. A.: Limited Editions Club, 1959. Limited/Numbered. Limited to 1,500 copies of
which this is #535. Patterned linen hardcover with spine label in original slipcase. 428pp. Illustrated by Everett Gee Jackson. Intro by
J. Frank Dobie. Beautifully printed at the Plantin Press. Laid in is a printed slip from the club, & the monthly letter (4pp quarto) of the
club featuring this volume. Fine in slipcase. (#1408077)
1658. Jackson, James A. THE CENTENNIAL HISTORY OF MANITOBA. Toronto: Manitoba Hist Soc & McClelland &
Stewart, 1970. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 270pp. Illus. Index. Maps. Fine in slightly worn pc dj. (#1209079) $10.13
1659. Jackson, Joseph Henry. BAD COMPANY The Story of California's Legendary and Actual Stage-Robbers, Bandits,
Highwaymen and Outlaws from the Fifties to the Eighties (Signed). NY: Harcourt Brace & Co., 1949. First Edition. 1st printing.
Pictorial cloth. 346pp. Illus. Index. Signed by Jackson on ffep. Laid in (inside plastic protector) is SF Chronicle newspaper obituary on
Jackson. A classic of California frontier lawlessness. Slight fade top edge front cover, else fine in near fine dj. Adams 150 #80.
1660. Jackson, Joseph Henry. THE CHRISTMAS FLOWER. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, NY, 1951, 1951. First Edition. Narrow
8vo pictorial hardbound. 31pp. Illustrated with charming red vignettes & woodcuts by Tom Lea. Owner's name/address on verso of
decorated ffep. "The Mexican legend about the (poinsettia) is the basis for this beautifully told... story." Vg+. The dj has a long closed
tear (3") on the front panel. Reading copy thus. Dykes 50 p205. (#0606082)
1661. Jackson, Joseph Henry. NOTES ON A DRUM Travel Sketches in Guatemala. NY: Macmillan, 1937. First Edition. 1st
printing. Pictorial cloth. 276pp. Illus. Endpaper maps. Some browning to maps, else near fine. No dj. (#SHEL491) $7.70
1662. Jackson, Joseph Henry. NOTES ON A DRUM Travel Sketches in Guatemala (Signed). NY: Macmillan, 1937. First
Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial cloth. 276pp. Illus. Endpaper maps. Some browning to maps. Good in slightly chipped, attractive dj.
1663. Jackson, Joseph Henry. MEXICAN INTERLUDE (Signed). NY, 1936., 1936. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 232pp.
Illust. Signed/dated by Jackson. fos. An informal account of driving the Pan-American HIghway from Laredo to Mexico City. Fine in
chipped, pc dj; large chip top of backstrip. (#9005096)
1664. Jackson, Lisa. DEVIOUS (Signed). NY: Kensington, 2011. ARC. Pictorial trade wraps. 439pp. Signed by Jackson. Fine
condition. (#Pa022ARC) $11.51
1665. Jackson, Lisa. Final Scream (Signed). New York, NY: Zebra Books,U.S., 2005. First Thus. 1st printing. Pictorial cover
paperback. 544pp. Signed & dated by Jackson. "When there's no escape from a cold-blooded killer... scream... scream as loud as you
can.. or it may be the last sound you ever make..". Fine, as new. (#SHEL082) $4.92
1666. Jackson, Lisa. Left to Die (Signed). New York: Zebra Books, 2008. First Thus. 1st paperback printing. Pictorial paperback.
505 pp. Signed & dated by Jackson in month after publication. Slight crimp to bit of top edge of front cover; near fine. (#5022032)
1667. Jackson, Robert B. THE REMARKABLE RIDE OF THE ABERNATHY BOYS. Levite of Apache, Apache, 1988, 1988.
First Thus. Reprint in original pictorial wrappers. 69pp. Illust/photos. "About The Author" page in rear of book. Louis & Temple
Abernathy, sons of Okla Territory U.S. Marshal "Catch 'em Alive" Jack Abernathy, in 1910 rode horseback by themselves from
Frederick, Okla., to New York City to see Presidents Roosevelt & Taft (their father traveled separately) & returned to Oklahoma by
themselves driving a Brush automobile. Scarce original Levite of Apache reprint in fine condition. (#0711196)
1668. Jackson, Robert B. THE REMARKABLE RIDE OF THE ABERNATHY BOYS (Signed). Levite of Apache, Apache,
1988. Limited First Edition. Reprint, 1988, but limited edition (number unstated) bound in pictorial cloth by the publisher ca 1993 &
signed by Jackson. 69pp. Illust/photos. "About The Author" page in rear of book. Louis & Temple Abernathy, sons of Okla. Territory
U.S. Marshal "Catch 'em Alive" Jack Abernathy, in 1910 rode horseback by themselves from Frederick, OK, to New York City to see
Presidents Roosevelt & Taft (their father traveled separately) & returned to Oklahoma by themselves driving a Brush automobile. A
truly remarkable feat that got a lot of publicity! Fine copy, no dj as issued. This signed issue very scarce. (#0711195)
1669. Jackson, William H.) Jackson,Clarence S. PICTURE MAKER OF THE OLD WEST William H. Jackson. NY: Charles
Scribner's Sons, 1947. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to decorated cloth. 308pp. Illustrated with fine, glossy photos by Jackson. Index.
Endpaper maps, "Jackson's West". Perhaps your bookseller's favorite Jackson book & all time top notch book on the photography of
the Western landscape. Fine in dj with small chips & worn on flap folds with some small chip loss thereon. (#SHEL488)
1670. Jackson, William H.). Waitley, Douglas. WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON: Framing the Frontier. Missoula: Mountain
Press, 1998. First Edition. Quarto pictorial glossy wraps. 217pp. Illustrated with Jackson's photography, other photos & prints, & with
color plates of his paintings. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Well-written & a worthy addition to Jackson literature. This soft-bound
edition preceded the hard bound edition by one year. Fine, like new. (#1011074)
1671. Jacob, Ned). Sandra Dallas. SACRED PAINT -- NED JACOB. Santa Fe: Fenn Galleries, 1979. First Edition. 4to oblong
cloth with heavy silver stamping. 135pp. Illustrated in color & b/w by Jacob. Some photos. Index of Plates. One of the "finest figure
painters in the West", Jacob spent time in Browning, Montana, among the Blackfeet, & also around Taos. In this, his first biography,
he "is outspoken about art, artists, and artistic institutions." He was formerly a member of the CAA & NAWA. Upper cover corners
very slightly bumped. The dj has some creases on the back panel. The layered silver foil is peeling just a little at one corner on the
back, & a little flaking upper backstrip. Vg copy. Scarce. (#0903078) $81.00
1672. Jacobs, Lynn. WASTE OF THE WEST: Public Lands Ranching (Signed). Tucson: Privately Published, 1991. First Edition.
1st printing. 4to pictorial wraps. 602pp. Illus. Bibliography. Errata slip. Signed by Jacobs. A huge work & one that probably could not
be ignored by friend or foe alike. Vg. Minor cover creases. Rather scarce in 1st pr. (#1111086) $20.26
1673. Jacobs, Orange. MEMOIRS OF ORANGE JACOBS written by himself (Signed). Seattle: Lowman & Hanford, 1908. First
Edition. 1st printing. Cloth with gilt-stamped spine. 234pp. Frontispiece portrait. Signed, "My Regards O. Jacobs" on ffep. Subtitle
continues, "containing many interesting, amusing and instructive incidents of a life of eighty years or more, fifty-six years of which
were spent in Oregon and Washington." Near fine to fine copy. Scarce in 1st & signed. No dj (ever issued?). Smith 5095. (#1412065)
1674. Jacobsen, Joel. SUCH MEN AS BILLY THE KID The Lincoln County War Reconsidered. Lincoln: Nebraska, 1994. First
Edition. Cloth. 300pp. Illust. Notes. Bibliographic Essay. Index. Covers Tunstall, Dolan, Chisum, Brady, McSween, etc.. Excellent
reading copy in fine dj, noted thus because of previous owner's marks, stamps. (#0909086)
1675. Jacobson, Alan. The 7th Victim (Signed) A Novel. Philadelphia: Vanguard Pr, 2008. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth &
boards. 420 pp. Signed by Jacobson on title page shortly after publication. Special Agent Jaren Vail goes after the Dead Eyes killer.
James Patterson says, "... Vail is as compelling a character as any created by Patricia Cornwell, or yours truly." Fine, like new in dj.
1676. James, George Wharton. IN AND OUT OF THE OLD MISSIONS OF CALIFORNIA. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1912.
Later printing. Gilt pictorial cloth. 392pp. Amply illustrated with many plates. t.e.g. Near fine, bright copy. Cowan p308. (#0903079)
1677. James, George Wharton. OUR AMERICAN WONDERLANDS. Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co, 1915. First Edition. 1st
printing. Gilt-stamped cloth with small pictorial vignette on cover. 297pp. Finely illustrated with several dozen photo-gravures. Index.
Endpaper maps of the U.S. Embossment of former owner on ffep. Subject matter primarily the Southwest of Arizona, but also
chapters featuring national parks & sites in New Mexico, California, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Oregon, Nevada, Texas, Virginia,
Kentucky, & New York. Gilt slightly dull in spots, but definitely overall near fine. (#1111088) $30.39
1678. James, George Wharton. WHAT THE WHITE RACE MAY LEARN FROM THE INDIAN (Signed). Forbes & Co.,
Chicago, 1908, 1908. First Edition. Cloth. 269pp. Illustrated with photos. Bold inscription signed by James to John Narga. An
interesting work by the well-known Southwestern author. 28 chapters on various aspects of Indian culture, belief, health, etc.. "The
White Race and Its Treatment of the Indian", "The Indian as a Walker, Rider, and Climber", "The Indian and the Sex Question", "The
Indian and the Superfluities of Life" are but a few of the subjects addressed. Bottom edge of front cover corner worn through the cloth.
Nearly vg. Signed copies very scarce. Rader 2055. (#0411077)
1679. James, Harry C. WESTERN CAMPFIRES reminiscences of western camping over half a century (Signed). Flagstaff,
1972/3., 1972. First Edition. 60pp. Illust. Signed by James. Bookplate. Vg in sl soiled, pc dj. 1972/3 (#9210090)
1680. James, Jesse; The Youngers). JAMES-YOUNGER GANG JOURNAL (46 issues). Liberty MO: Privately Printed, 1995.
First Thus. 1st printings. Stapled 4to printed wraps. Various paginations, many 4pps, but some up to 12pp ea. Illus. 46 issues, 1995 2008 incomplete. Added to these are 7 other publications (membership lists, bibliography, etc.) published by the journal. A couple of
issues have chips & wear. Else vg. Hard to come by. (#1602094)
1681. James, Jesse). Kansas City Daily Journal. GOOD BYE, JESSE JAMES. Jesse James Bank Museum, Liberty, 1967, 1967.
Reprint. Reprint. Pictorial wraps. 160pp. "A reprinting of six of the best news stories concerning the career and death of America's
most famous outlaw. First printed in the Kansas City Daily Journal in 1882." Bottom of spine with splits archivally mended. Good+.
6-guns 1145. (#0502081) $8.20
1682. James, Marquis. ANDREW JACKSON Portrait of a President. Indianapolis: Bobbs Merrill, 1937. First Edition. Giltstamped red cloth. 627pp. Illus. Notes. Bibliography. Personal Acknowledgments. Index. One of the two volumes of the Pulitzer Prize
winning biography. Rather scarce in the stated First Edition. Usually found rather shelf worn & used, this is a fine copy. No dj.
1683. James, Marquis. THE CHEROKEE STRIP A Tale of an Oklahoma Boyhood (Signed). Viking, NY, 1945, 1945. Limited
First Edition. Tipped-in sheet signed by James. Limited (unstated limitation) "Oklahoma Edition". Pictorial cloth. 294pp. Endpaper
maps. The two-time Pulitzer Prize winning biographer's reminiscences of childhood in Enid, Oklahoma, & the lives of his forebears in
early Enid. Homesteading, cattle, outlaws, early Enid newspapers, local color. A true classic of Oklahoma local history. Author states
in his Note of Explanation, "Whoever gets very far into this book will understand that in Oklahoma Territory it wasn't good form to
pry into a person's past." James was named by Oklahoma Today as one of the 46 most important greatest thinkers in Oklahoma
history. Fine in original pictorial slipcase (split at top back edge, but archivally reglued). Scarce now. 6-guns 1155. (#0711200)
1684. James, Marquis. THE CHEROKEE STRIP An Oklahoma Boyhood. NY, 1945., 1945. First Edition. 1st edition. Decor
cloth. 294pp. Bookseller's label. Good reading, an Oklahoma classic. Fine, lacking dj. (#8911100) $11.48
1685. James, Marquis). THE MARQUIS JAMES ROOM. Enid Public Library & Cromwell's, Enid, (ca 1964), 1964. First Edition.
Oblong decorated & pictorial cream wraps. (16pp.). Illust.. When James was finishing his research for The Cherokee Strip, the idea of
a room in the Enid library in tribute to him was conceived. It contains James' manuscripts & material, & many books from his private
library (listed in this booklet). The room also holds an extensive collection of books & reference material on Oklahoma history. Fine.
1686. James, Sibyl. Ho Chi Minh's Motorbike (Signed). Medical Lake (WA): Stringtown, 2005. First Edition. Pictorial trade
wraps. 135pp. Signed & dated by James soon after publication. The reader is "immersed in the world of Vietnam through the eyes of
an American tourist..." Fine, as new. (#5016043)
1687. James, Will. LONE COWBOY My Life Story. Scribners, NY, 1930, 1930. First Edition. Gilt-stamped pictorial green cloth.
431pp. Illustrated by James. Frontispiece portrait of James. An Old West & Montana classic by the great cowboy artist. Vg copy;
some fading to backstrip, but not nearly as much as most copies. Light wear to extremities. Gilt is bright on front cover. No dj. Dykes
50 p99, Herd 1157. (#0805072) $28.35
1688. James, Will); Neil, J. M., Editor. WILL JAMES: THE SPIRIT OF THE COWBOY. Casper: Nicolaysen Art Museum,
1985. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to pictorial wraps. 85pp. Illus. Well-designed. Nice paper stock. Very slight stain along fore edge of
front cover, else fine. (#1402073) $15.01
1689. Jameson, W. C. BILLY THE KID Beyond The Grave. Dallas: Taylor Pub, 2004. First Edition. Cloth & boards. 137 pp.
Illust. Bibliography. Index. Short gift inscription & also owner's address label on fffep. This book suggests that William Henry
Roberts, confronted with evidence in 1948, was Billy the Kid & that the Kid wasn't killed by Pat Garrett. Fine in dj. Getting a tad
scarce now in 1st ed. (#0909087) $20.25
1690. Janke, Brandy Pinkerman (with Stacy Dymalski). THE VIXEN CHRONICLES Dating Under the Influence of Some Very
Bad Men A Memoir (Signed). n.p.: Vixen Girl Pub, 2010. First Edition. Glossy pictorial wraps. 144pp. Presentation copy to an
individual & signed by Janke. "The ... Chronicles follows one woman's backward search for Mr. Right." Fine, like new. (#Pa013)
1691. Jans, Nick. THE GRIZZLY MAZE: Timothy Treadwell's Fatal Obsession With Alaskan Bears (Signed). New York,
2005: E P Dutton, 2005. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 274pp. Illustrated with b/w photos. Signed by Jans. A carefully
researched & balanced interpretation of how many people viewed & continue to view Timothy Treadwell, the man who loved bears &
who, along with his friend Amie Huguenard, met his death by the same in the "Grizzly Maze" in Katmai National Park. The author
gives the reader good information on Treadwell's background, as well as a probing examination of many aspects of Treadwell's life
during the thirteen summers he spent among the brown bears of the Katmai coast of Alaska. An engaging account of the forensics
involved in the double death & what might have led up to them is a significant part, but only a part of this well-written book. The
author leads the reader, with serious personal reflection born of his own life lived in the close vicinity of bears, into serious reflection
on the mystique of bears as humans consider them. Jans reports in honest fashion the variety of opinions, many exceedingly strong,
regarding Treadwell's interaction with bears, & his death. Fine, as new in dj. Signed copies are uncommon in spite of this being a very
recently published book. This is a very, very good book. (#SHEL024) $39.37
1692. Jansma, Kristopher. THE UNCHANGEABLE SPOTS OF LEOPARDS (Signed). NY: Viking, 2013. ARC. Advance
Uncorrected Proof. Pictorial trade wraps. 253pp. Signed by Jansma. This advance issue scarce signed. Fine. (#SHEL969) $20.00
1693. Japanese Government Railways. JAPAN The Official Guide. Board of Tourist Industry, Tokyo, 1941, 1941. First Thus.
Revised & Enlarged edition. Gilt-stamped stiff red cloth. 898pp. Sixty-three maps & plans, most folding, throughout. Endpaper maps,
"Japanese Empire and Mainland of Asia" & "Map of the World". "With general explanation on Japanese customs, language, history,
administration, religion, education, literature, art, drama, architecture, music, sports, etc.". Tip of spine wrinkled, else vg. Scarce.
1694. Jaques, Francis Lee. THE ART OF FRANCIS LEE JAQUES. Minneapolis: Bell Museum, 1972. First Edition. 1st printing.
4to pictorial glossy wraps. 59pp. Illustrated in b/w with the wildlife art of Jacques. This accompanied the exhibition at the J. F. Bell
Museum of Natural History at the Univ of Minn in 1972. Upper corner slightly creased/bent, else vg. (#1602095) $14.38
1695. Jaramillo, Nash. NEW MEXICO TERRITORY, 1534-1895. Santa Fe: Privately Published, 1976. First Thus. 1st printing
apparently. Pictorial wraps. 166pp. Illus. Bibliography. Part 1: "New Mexico Under Spanish Dominion". Part 2: "New Mexico:
Province, Department, Territory". Fine. (#1302067) $20.01
1696. Jasheway-Bryant, Leigh Anne. Not Guilty by Reason of Menopause (Signed). Ten Speed Pr, 2008. First Edition. Small
oblong pictorial hardbound. Unpaginated. Illust. Signed by Jasheway-Bryant. Humorous lines matched by matching appropriate
illustrations. Fine, like new. No dj as issued. (#5010049a)
1697. Jayne, Velma Troxel, and Rockwell, Stella Campbell. O COUNTY FACES AND PLACES A Collection of Cherokee Strip
photographs and stories. Privately Published, Enid, 1968 (Harold Allen, Printer), 1968. First Edition. Gilt-stamped red wraps. 80pp.
Illustrated with vintage photos. Maps. Gives a lot of brief, but well-written & helpful history. First page is a map with list of all the
runs & openings in Oklahoma. Info on Jesse Chisholm, ranches in the Strip, early Enid & Garfield County, which was originally
called "O County". Vg copy. Slight bend/crease to bottom corner of covers & text, but not bad at all. Original price sticker inside front
cover. Getting a little scarce. (#0711203) $42.75
1698. Jenkins, John. A FULL HOWES A Catalogue of Books and Pamphlets Listed in Wright Howes U.S.iana. Austin: Jenkins
Co., 1981. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to printed wraps. Unpag. 2,953 entries with much information & bibliographical data on books
cited in the famous & useful Wright Howes Americana bibliography. Lower corner of front cover creased; couple of other minor
creases. Vg. (#1412067) $10.01
1699. Jenkins, Linda Dini. Up at the Villa Travels with my Husband. Glen Rock, NJ: Great Little Books Llc, 2009. First Edition.
Glossy pictorial 4to wraps. 191 pp. Illust. A wonderfully written book of legitimate romance. Slight bump to upper corner lightly
affecting page corners. Else fine. (#5021026)
1700. Jennings, Al; Irwin, Will. BEATING BACK. NY: D. Appleton & Co., 1915. I have recorded in my notes that this is the 4th
printing, but it is unstated on the copyright. Gilt-stamped cloth. 354pp. Illustrated by the great cowboy artist, Charles M. Russell.
Autobiography of the famous Oklahoma outlaw who made a name for himself in other ways as well, & even ran for Governor of
Oklahoma. Near fine copy. No dj. Very, very scarce in early printings & especially so in this condition. 150 #84, 6-guns 1169.
1701. Jennings, Al. THROUGH THE SHADOWS WITH O. HENRY. NY: H. K. Fly, 1921. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial
cloth. 320pp. Illustrated with photos & couple of drawings. The frontispiece depicts a drawing of Jennings by O. Henry (William
Sydney Porter), "New Year Resolutions -- I will never drink any more whiskey -- except Oklahoma brands -- signed A. J. J.". (No,
the book does not have an actual original signature or initials by Jennings). This book comes out of the prison years of Oklahoma
outlaw, Jennings, & is actually about the experiences of O. Henry which lead to his imprisonment -- & his experiences in prison. 1"
tear to the ffep has been professionally repaired. Else vg. 6-guns 1172, Rader 2083. (#0711204) $52.65
1702. Jennings, Phillip. GOODBYE MEXICO (Signed). Tom Doherty Assoc., NY, 2007, 2007. ARC. Advance Reading Copy.
Trade pictorial wraps. 343pp. Signed & dated by Jennings. The latest project of the "Company"? "... helping the Cubans to take over
Mexico." Fine, like new from the author of Nam-A-Rama. (#5005036ARC)
1703. Jensen, Jo. BASIN A History. Creekside, Basin (MT), 1988, 1988. Pictorial wraps. 46pp. Illustrated with drawings. Basin,
Montana, is located in the old Cataract mining district, & is bypassed by Interstate 15. Shallow bend along bottom of booklet; small,
shallow pressure crease on front cover. Vg. Scarce. (#0811089)
1704. Jensen, Veryl M. EARLY DAYS ON THE UPPER WILLAMETTE Historical Sketches by Shirley Brady & Sharon
Dick. Oakridge OR: Privately Printed, 1970. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 128pp. Illus. Published for Upper Willamette
Hist. Assoc. Indians, Cornelius Hills, Forest Rangers, Trappers, families, logging, much more. Fading to spine. Near fine. (#1506067)
1705. Jerry Gay. SEEING REALITY: Humanity, Humility and Humor (Signed). Bothell: Book Publishers Network, 2010. First
Edition. 1st printing. 4to pictorial hardbound. No dj as issued. Unpaginated. Inscribed to no one in particular, "with best wishes /
Jerry". Wonderful b/w photos of people & still life. Interesting. Heartwarming. These photos are designed to move us, not make us
mad or discouraged. Fine, like new. (#5021049)
1706. Jessel, George . ELEGY IN MANHATTAN (Signed). NY: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1961. First Edition. 1st printing.
Decorated cloth. 198pp. Jessel's presentation on the half-title, "To my ___ ___ George Jessel 61". Foreword by Ben Hecht. A lovely
tribute in poetry to 54 famous entertainers by the great actor. Among many other things, he starred in The Jazz Singer. Some light
foxing spots to cover; moderate wear to dj. Vg thus in good dj. (#SHEL727) $100.00
1707. Jessup, John E.; Coakley, Robert W. (Editors). A GUIDE TO THE STUDY AND USE OF MILITARY HISTORY. Wash.
D. C.: Center of Military History, U. S. Army, 1979. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 507pp. Bibliography. Index. Owner's embossment
on ffep. A thick book of military essays. Lightly soiled; vg. (#SHEL598)
1708. Joerz, Jerald C. and Paul T. McCain, Editors. CHURCH AND MINISTRY The Collected Papers of The 150th
Anniversary Theological Convocation of The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. St. Louis: Office of the President, LC-MS,
1998. First Edition. Pictorial hardbound. 265pp. Keynote address by then LCMS President A. L. Barry. Four presentations by various
theologians, and 2-3 responses by other theologians to those presentations. Concluding the book are 4 responses by theologicans to the
convocation. Fine, like new. (#THEOSHEL260)
1709. Johanne Gerhardo (Gerhard, John). Confessionis catholicae, in qua doctrina catholica et evangelica, quam ecclesiae,
Augustanae confessioni addictae, profitentur : ex Romano-Catholicorum scriptorum suffragiis confirmatu, Libri II Spec pars
Secunda (Vol II, parts 2 & 3). Jenae (Jena): Sumptibus Georgii Sengenvvaldi,, 1661. First Edition. Thick 4to (about 6 3/4" x 8") in
original binding with modern endpapers. This is volume II, which contained parts 2 & 3 of a 3 part work. Part 1: 1,124pp including
Appendix. Part 3: 920pp + two indices. Library stamp on front title page. An ink signature, probably from time of printing, also on tp. John Gerhard was one of the great Lutheran dogmaticians. Title page chipped a top corner & with minor loss of paper on leading
edge. Previous owner's name label on front paste down. Vg condition. Rare. (#MOR.6.078)
1710. Johnson, Florence Riddle. GHOST TRAILS COUNTRY. Anaconda, 1964., 1964. 1st edition? Small 4to pict wraps. 106pp.
Illust. Fldg map. Privately printed, a history of mining days around Anaconda, Montana. Vg. (#9506079) $12.76
1711. Johnson, Jonathan. HANNAH AND THE MOUNTAIN: Notes Toward A Wilderness Fatherhood (Signed). Lincoln:
Univ of Neb., 2005. First Edition. Tall 8vo cloth. 224pp. Presentation copy to your bookseller, signed & dated by Johnson in year of
publication. Much better than Reality TV! How a young married couple lives in "his family's land in a remote and beautiful corner of
Idaho." Fine, as new in dj. (#SHEL959)
1712. Johnson, Leo A. History of the County of Ontario, 1615-1875 (Signed by Reeve of Village of Pickering). Whitby, Ontario:
Corporation of the County of Ontario, 1973. 4to silver-stamped hardbound. 386 pp. Illust. Maps. Notes. Index. Presentation copy,
"Presented to ________ in behalf of The Village of Pickering by William G. McLean - Reeve, Village of Pickering, 1973." Ontario
Co. is north of Toronto. Fine in dj with edge wear & tear. (#5023010) $28.35
1713. Johnson, Lyndon Baines (THREE FAMILY SIGNATURES!). THE VANTAGE POINT Perspectives of the Presidency
1963-1969 (Signed). NY: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1971. First Edition. 1st edition. Red cloth with blue signature field on front
cover. 636pp.. Illust. Maps. Letters & Documents. Index. THREE SIGNATURES. This copy is signed "Lyndon B. Johnson" on the
gold bookplate affixed to the half-title page (with the dot or dash under the "B". Under his signature is the signature of Lady Bird,
"Lady Bird J--". Above the bookplate & under the "1963-1969 is the signature of daughter "Luci Johnson Nugent". Former owner's
signature top of ffep & owner's light ink stamp underneath signature. The thin, clear plastic lamination is peeling from the dj. Fine in
dj that has 1/4" loss to bottom of backstrip, & otherwise very slightly chipped dj with couple of tiny edge tears. There is some
occasional light foxing to the page, including some on the title page, & foxing to the top edge. Newspaper reviews laid in. Rare with
three family signatures. (#5014032)
1714. Johnson, Neil R. THE CHICKASAW RANCHER. Redlands, Stillwater, 1961, 1961. 2nd Edition. 2nd printing of the
Redlands Press edition, which was considered the 2nd edition. Cloth. 242pp. Frontispiece portrait of Montford Johnson. A fine &
scarce memoir of Johnson, who ranched in the Indian Territory. Fine in dj. The latter has a 1 1/4" vertical tear & hole on the fold of
the front flap, with exposure to the front cover. It is now protected & covered with a plastic dj sleeve. (#0511077) $98.42
1715. Johnson, Neil R. THE CHICKASAW RANCHER (Signed). Redlands, Stillwater, 1961, 1961. First Thus. 2nd edition, 1st
printing thus. Cloth. 242pp. Frontispiece portrait of Montford Johnson. Signed & dated by Neil Johnson. The author, a grandson of
Johnson, has based this book on Montford's memoirs, which begin with his residence in the Chickasaw Nation in 1868. There is a lot
of Oklahoma history in this book: Indians, military, ranching, boomers, settlement & 89er land run, Cherokee Strip, etc.. The original
edition is quite rare, & this edition in this condition very scarce. Near fine in dj. At the bottom of copyright page & Contents page is a
thumb-edge size abrasion that is easily overlooked. (#0711205)
1716. Johnson, Overton & Winter, William H. ROUTE ACROSS THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS. Princeton: Princeton Univ Press,
1932. First Thus. Gilt-stamped burgundy cloth. 199pp. "Reprinted, with Preface and Notes by Carl L. Cannon, from the edition of
1846." Johnson & Winter, in 1843, traveled across the Rockies from Indiana to Oregon & California, & when they returned home
their account was printed in a small edition on a newspaper press. Fine. Mattes 83 & 144, Graff 2221, Cowan p315, Howes J142, W-C
122. (#0303077) $16.40
WAY. J. B. Lippincott, Phila., 1865, 1865. 4th Edition. 4th edition. Original 12mo cloth with modern library reinforcing to spine &
cover. 348pp. Frontispiece: gold-tinted engraving "San Francisco". Appendix: "Containing Full Instructions to Emigrants by the
Overland Route to Oregon by Hon. Samuel R. Thurston, Delegate to Congress from that Territory. Also Particulars of the March of
the Regiment of U.S. Riflemen, in 1849; Together with the Oregon Land Bill." Ex-lib. Lacking plates. Folding map not called for in
this edition. Reading copy & priced accordingly. W-C 167g:5, Howes J154, Smith 5295, cf Graff 2223ff & Cowan 315. (#0306082)
1718. Johnston, Harold C. THE VOICE OF THE BUSH. Privately Printed, Brisbane, 1944, 1944. First Edition. Quarto pictorial
wraps. 62pp. Illustrated (two in color) with drawings & photos & lithos. Copyright is by Enid Stewart Delalande. Good only. No tears
or chips, but corners creased. Browning to cover edges. Some waterstain, but only to extreme top corner of stapled binding. Very
scarce story book from Australia, about Kookaburras, Koalas, Kangaroos, etc.. (#5011064)
1719. Johnston, Joe. THE MACK MARSDEN MURDER MYSTERY Vigilantism or Justice? St. Louis: Missouri Hist Museum,
2011. First Edition. 1st printing. Trade pictorial wraps. 262pp. Illus. Sources. Index. Lawlessness & the law in Jefferson County,
Missouri. Fine. (#1408078)
1720. Johnston, Lukin. BEYOND THE ROCKIES Three Thousand Miles by Trail and Canoe Through Little Known British
Columbia. London & Toronto: J. M. Dent, 1929. 1st printing. Cloth. 212pp. Illustrated with vintage photos. Map. Gift inscription on
ffep. Material on Gulf Islands, Cariboo Highway, Chilcotin, Barkerville, Peace River, Bridge River, etc. Soiled. Good. No dj. Whale
725. (#1209083) $18.23
1721. Johnston, Otta Taggart. A PICTURE BOOK OF HOUSES AROUND THE WORLD. Cleveland: Harter Pub Co, 1934. 4to
pictorial (black & white) wraps with red title. 32pp. Illustrated with interesting b/w half-tone photo of all kinds of dwellings around
the world. Light "property of" stamps on ffep & inside back cover. Corner stain to upper corners of covers, but doesn't look bad. A
dramatic and interesting period piece. Vg. (#5008083)
1722. Jones, David; Ament, Jeff (FWS); Schmidt, Derk. THE HERMANS Stalking America The Journal of an Unknown Rock
and Roll Band. Jackson, Tennessee, U.S.A.: Running Pr Book Pub, 2007. First Edition. 1st printing. Quarto pictorial, vivid stiff
wrappers.156pp. Illust. Signed by four band members, one of the signatures being on page 53. CD included. A most unusually
designed books in terms of graphics, typography, etc.. Fine, like new. (#5020002)
1723. Jones, Douglas. WINDING STAIR. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1979. First Edition. Cloth & boards. 277 pp.
Endpaper maps: Fort Smith Arkansas, Okla Terr. / Indian Lands. A fine Western novel set in Fort Smith in 1890. Hanging Judge Isaac
Parker, etc.. Fine in dj. (#0903080) $4.95
1724. Jones, George O.; McVean, Norman S., et. al. (Wisconsin). HISTORY OF LINCOLN, ONEIDA AND VILAS COUNTIES
WISCONSIN. Minneapolis - Winona: H. C. Cooper, Jr., 1924. First Edition. 1st printing. Beautifully rebound in black cloth with
leather-like appearance & gilt titles on the spine. 787pp. Portraits. Index to Illustrations (the Portraits) & Index to Biographies. We
grade this copy vg+, but please note the following: Title page in close FACSIMILE (the type font used on an appropriate paper is very
close to the original & copies the original lines of type); 2 leaves of prelim/contents pps & 2 leaves in rear (index) with edge
loss/chipping have been mended professionally with rice paper; the last leaf of the biography index was missing, so a previous owner
carefully typed, in columns, the missing names from another copy & bound it in. There are a couple of ink marks & perhaps a few
slight edge tears. A rare book on the history of 3 northern Wisconsin counties. "The Explorers, Wisconsin Under Various
Governments, The Fur Trade, Indian Lore, Geology & Topography, The Lake Region, Historic Roads & Early Settlers, & then
chapters on the various cities (Merrill, Tomahawk, Rhinelander, Eagle River) & villages. Chapters also on logging, agriculture,
schools, churches. (#1209084)
1725. Jones, James T. CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS. Privately Published, San Antonio, 1957-59, 1957. Greeting Card. Not a
book. Three Original Christmas cards by Jones, "Artist - Illustrator - Sculptor". Card 1 (1957): "Merry Christmas 1876 At The
Historic Little Church of La Villita." Card 2: (no year) "Trimming of the Tree" (inside what is also La Villita). Card 3 (1959): "A
Little Tree for the Little Church". All three cards with greeting written in ink from a couple who had sent them to a Texas lawman
(name on request). Several of the artist's business cards are laid in. Nice little group with color printing. Vg to fine condition. 1957-59
1726. Jones, Louis Thomas. HIGHLIGHTS OF PUEBLOLAND. Naylor, San Antonio, 1968, 1968. First Edition. Cloth. 107pp.
Illustrated with b/w photos. Notes and References. Index. "a vivid picture.. a pleasure to read." Fine in pc dj. (#0606086)
1727. Jones, Virgil Carrington. THE HATFIELDS AND THE MCCOYS. Chapel Hill: Univ of North Carolina, 1979. 6th printing.
Cloth. 293pp. Illus. Appendix. Annotations. Index. The classic book on this famous mountain feud. Owner's name/info marked out at
top of ffep. Else fine in dj chipped/torn at top backstrip edge of back panel. 6-guns 1199. (#1412070)
1728. Jones, Virgil Carrington. THE HATFIELDS AND THE MCCOYS (Signed). Chapel Hill: Univ of North Carolina, 1948.
First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 293pp. Illus. Appendix. Annotations. Index. The classic book on the famous, long-running mountain
feud. This copy with a 9 line presentation to Dr. William C. Gardner, signed by Jones & dated in Evansville, IN, in 1959. There is
some brown offset or particle residue on the front endpapers, primarily along the gutter. Looks like something was once laid into the
book. Still a vg copy in a complete dj which has been reinforced along all the inside edges with masking tape. Some darkening to the
front side thus. So, issues, but unless you need a fine copy & fine dj, will still be an acceptable copy for many collectors. Very scarce
with signature or inscription & dj. 6-guns 1199. (#1412071) $150.07
1729. Jordan, Elizabeth. THE LADY FROM OKLAHOMA A Comedy in Four Acts. Harper & Bros, NY, 1911, 1911. First
Edition. Gilt-stamped red cloth. 255pp. Blank decorated bookplate on ffep, & fos. This play eventually ran in New York & one critic
said it contained "Some Clever Writing and Amusing Types." Light soiling & a bit of spotting. Bumped cover corners. Good
condition. Scarce. (#0711430)
1730. Jordan, Terry G. TEXAS GRAVEYARDS: A Cultural Legacy. Austin: U of Texas, 1982. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to
cloth. 147pp. Illus with b/w photos. Map of Texas Counties. Occasional other small maps. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Extensive
information on cemeteries maintained by "Anglo-American, black, Indian, Mexican, and German settlers of Texas." Fine, like new in
dj. (#1111090) $36.47
1731. Joseph P. Kchodl; Wendy Caszatt-Allen. THE DISAPPEARANCE OF DINOSAUR SUE (Dinosaur Detective Club)
Book # 1. Traverse City: Mackinac Island Press, 2006. First Edition. 1st printing. Glossy trade wraps. 144pp. Illus. Fine, like new.
1732. Joseph, Andy. SALISH Okanogan / Colville Indian Language. n.p.: Privately Printed, 1995. First Edition. Apparently 1st
printing/edition. 4to comb bound pictorial wraps. 64+22pp. Index. Intro states: "Welcome to the Okanogan Indian dialect of the Salish
language. As a teacher of this language for many years..." Cover illustration: Smoker Marchand. There may have been cassette tapes
accompanying this book, but if so they are not present. Very, very scarce. Vg+. (#1602096)
1733. Joubert, William H., Ph.D. SOUTHERN FREIGHT RATES IN TRANSITION. Gainesville, 1949., 1949. First Edition. 1st
edition. Red cloth with title gilt-stamped on spine. 424pp. Eight maps. Numerous tables. Bibliography. Index. A scholarly study. Exlibrary (label removed from spine & call numbers gilt-stamped to same). There are two 1/8" splits to the top of the spine, but this is a
very tight, clean, and essentially very good copy. Chapters: "The Formative Period, 1830-1873", "Monopoly Control of Rates in t he
South", "Federal Regulation of Railway Freight Rates in the South", "Southern Interterritorial Freight Rates", "Class Rates in Carolina
Territory", "Rates in the Ohio River Subterritory", "Class Ra tes in the Mississippi Valley", "Class Rates to and from Florida", "Rate
Adjustments in the South, 1920-1940", "The Class Rate Decision - New Attacks on Discrimination". The author was Transportation
Economist of the Tennessee Valley Authority. Scarce. (#0103070)
1734. Judd, Frank Edward. WALK THE RUGGED EARTH. (Signed). Salem (Ore.), 1967., 1967. First Edition. Cloth. 52pp. 1/2
page inscription by Judd on ffep and three separate T.L.S. (typed letter signed) laid in addressed to a Mrs. Hamilton concerning their
poetry, one of them including an original sonnet of Judd' s. (one TLS is stained at the bottom). Judd's book of poetry has an
Introduction by Kenneth Oliver of Occidental College. Fine. (#8810125)
1735. Jupp, Ursula. HOME PORT: VICTORIA. Victoria (B.C.): Privately Published, 1967. First Edition. Hardbound. 168pp. Illus.
Map. Index. Appendices: Skippers & Shipmates of the Thermopylae Club to 1950. Original price sticker on front paste down. "True
stories told by the men who sailed from the Port of Victoria (British Columbia) fifty years and more ago." Fine in slightly edgeworn
dj; one short tear top of back panel. (#1104066)
1736. Kabana, Joni (Photography & Text), and Opsahl, Benjamin (Ed.). TORINA'S WORLD A Child's Life in Madagascar
(Signed). Arnica Pub, Portland, 2008, 2008. First Thus. 2nd edition (originally self-published in 1997). Oblong 4to gilt-decorated
cloth. Unpaginated (52pp). Signed & dated by Kabana shortly after publication. An incredibly beautiful book of photos & text by the
author, who visited the country in 1997. Most of the photos are profoundly human & expressive photos of children. A little girl helped
Kabana as she traveled around "small tribal habitats around the village of Marovoay... We did not understand each other's languages,
but we talked with our eyes." Fine, like new in dj. (#5019007) $32.40
1737. Kadai, Heino O. (ed.). ACCENTS IN LUTHER'S THEOLOGY Essays in Commemoration of the 450th Anniversary of
the Reformation. St. Louis: Concordia, 1967. First Edition. Trade wraps. 272pp. Notes. Essays by John Tietjen, Hermann Sasse,
Ernest Koenker, Jaroslav Pelikan, George Hoyer, Martin E. Marty, & Heino Kadai. One chapter with underlining in red ink, with
notes in same inside front cover. Couple of other ink marks. fos. Upper & lower corner of text & back cover bumped. Good reading /
reference copy. (#THEOSHEL379)
1738. Kai, Irene. WHAT DO YOU SEE? (Signed). Silver Light, Ashland (Ore), 2006, 2006. First Edition. Small pictorial
hardbound. Unpaginated. Illustrated. Signed by Kai. In a simple way, this little book with intriguing photos challenges the accuracy of
making assumptions. Fine, like new. No dust jacket as issued. (#5005033)
1739. Kallos, Stephanie. Sing Them Home (Signed). New York: Atlantic Monthly Pr, 2009. ARC. Uncorrected Proof. Glossy trade
wraps -- paperback. 541 pp. Signed by Kallos on the title page. Sample CD included. Fine, like new. (#5021031ARC)
1740. Kamdar, Mira. MOTIBA'S TATOOS A Granddaughter's Journey from America into her Indian Family's Past. Plume,
NY, 2001, 2001. First Thus. 1st printing thus in pict wraps. 289pp. Illust. Fine. (#5009028)
1741. Kane, Elisha Kent. ARCTIC EXPLORATIONS IN THE YEARS 1854, '54, 55 -- The Second Grinnell Expedition in
Search of Sir John Frankllin (Volumes I & II). Phila: Childs and Peterson, 1857. Blind-stamped decorated cloth. 464pp & 467pp.
Illustrated with glowing steel or copper engravings. Two folding maps: Chart of the Expedition, & Mean Monthly Isothermal Lines
Baffin Bay. Appendices. Vol 1 binding badly frayed top & bottom & long lower scrape. Tide-line stains throughout text. Back hinge
open, but basically tight. Vol. II top & bottom spine frayed. Bottom 1/3 of last numbered page torn away; no loss of text as it's after
the "End of Vol II." Reading / research set only. (#1104068) $28.38
1742. Kane, Paul). FIRST DAY OF ISSUE. Ottawa: Canada Post, 1971. Paper. Not a book. Postal 1st day of issue commemorating
the frontier painter, Paul Kane, 1810 - 1871. Postmarked II VIII 1971. Plate of four stamps on envelope with portrait of Kane on left.
Sealed inside is sheet of information. Fine. (#1111091)
1743. Kanfer, Larry. ON FIRM GROUND Photographs (Signed). Urbana: Univ of Illinois Pr, 2001. First Edition. Oblong 4to
cloth. 114 pp. Signed by Kanfer. This is a splendid book of color landscape photography. The subject is the rural upper midwest, most
likely mainly Illinois & Minnesota. Fine in dj. Scarce. (#0903082)
1744. Kannenberg, Ida M; Trippett, Lee. MY BROTHER IS A HAIRY MAN. London: Experiencers Enterprises, 2009. First
Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 263pp. "Is Bigfoot ape or is he human? Is there a UFO connection? Does he have psychic
abilities?" "Veteran Bigfoot hunter (Trippett) and psychic cummunicatior (Kannenberg) teamed up to answer these questions and
more." The authors are based in Oregon. Fine in wraps. A bit scarce now in first edition. (#SHEL876)
1745. Kansas City). KANSAS CITY AND VICINITY. K.S.: S. H. Knox & Co, 1908. 2nd Edition. Oblong wraps (9 3/4" x 8") with
gilt outlined raised lettering. Unpag. (48pp: one page Intro & 47pp half-tones) of Kansas City views & buildings. There was a 1905
issue & our research indicates it may possibly have had fewer illustrations. Small chip bottom corner of front cover; a few small dog
ears. Vg. Quite rare in both original printings. (#1111092)
1746. Kansas Cowboy Photograph. Stereograph card, "Thrown! Cowboy and Horse Holding Lassoed Cow." ca 1900. Keystone
View Company., 1900. Photographic Image. Not a book. This cowboy (wearing chaps) is working on the hind quarters of a very
uncomfortable steer as his trusty hoss holds the lariat taut. Numerous bovines are waiting in the background for their turn. Back of the
card gives latitude & longitude of the photo, placing the scene near Hutchinson. Vg. ca 1900 (#9705131) $21.87
1747. Kansas University (University of Kansas). MID-WESTERN MUSIC CAMP BAND (Program), Russell L. Wiley,
Director. Lawrence: Univ of Kansas, 1948. First Thus. Brochure. Not a book. Printed folder. 11th season. Concert Series No. 2.
Sunday Evening, July 4, 1948. K. U. Outdoor Theatre. Near fine. Tiny corner crease; mild horizontal fold. (#5001113)
1748. Kansas. Connelley, William E., Ed. COLLECTIONS OF THE KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, 1913-1914.
VOLUME XIII. Topeka, 1915., 1915. First Thus. Cloth with gilt-stamped spine. 602pp. Illust. Index, Maps. Couple of small spots on
front cover; near fine. (#0208096) $24.60
1749. Kansas. Connelley, William E., Ed. COLLECTIONS OF THE KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, 1915-1918,
VOLUME XIV. Topeka, 1918., 1918. First Thus. Cloth with gilt-stamped spine. 896pp. Illust. Index, Maps. Near fine. (#0208097)
1750. Kansas. Martin, George W., Ed. COLLECTIONS OF THE KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, 1911-1912 ,
VOLUME XII. Topeka, 1912., 1912. First Thus. Cloth with gilt-stamped spine. 569pp. Illust. Index, Maps. Near fine. (#0208100)
1751. Kansas) Wanted Poster. WANTED! for HIGHWAY ROBBERY by Sheriff Allen County Kansas. (Sheriff's Office), 1925,
1925. Poster. Not a book. Original poster, 8" x 8 1/4" cream paper. Two half-tone photos of the wanted men, Russell R. Casteele &
Dewey Gillham. Descriptions given. "Arrest and Wire CUSTER DAVIS, Sheriff, Allen Co. IOLA, KANSAS". The crime was
"committed on the night of April 2nd, 1925." Vg condition. Shallow horizontal fold. Very slightly soiled. (#0805076)
1752. Kansas) Wichita. PEERLESS PRINCESS OF THE PLAINS Postcard Views of Early Wichita. Two Rivers, Wichita,
1976, 1976. First Edition. 4to gilt-stamped & pictorial cloth. Unpaginated. Introduction. Almost all of the 189 postcards presented
here are in color. All have explanatory text. Lovely, fine copy, probably unread. Issued almost certainly without a dj. Scarce,
especially so in the hardbound edition. (#AV1.011) $45.44
1753. Kansas). Kansas Cowboy Photograph. "Round-up on the Sherman Ranch, Geneseo, Kansas." Meadville, et. al.: B.L.
Singley & Keystone View Co., 1902. Photographic Image. Not a book. Keystone View Company copyright, 1909. Posed b/w image
of cowboy on horseback with looped lariat in hand, facing away from camera toward herd of cattle. Nice composition, but which cow
will he rope? Vg. (#9705130)
1754. Kansas). FACTS AND FABLES OF BELLE PLAINE, KANSAS. Belle Plaine: Belle Plaine Women's Club, 1971. First
Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 163pp. Illus. Inscribed to no one in particular by Dorothy Hatfield, who appears to be a
contributor. Vg. Scarce. (#1402076)
1755. Kansas). HISTORY OF KEARNY COUNTY KANSAS Volumes I & II. Lakin: Kearny Co. Hist Soc, 1964. First Edition.
4to gilt-stamped green cloth. 457pp + 577pp. Vol II published in 1973. Illus. Index in each volume. Kearny Co. is in SW Kansas west
of Dodge City & is transected by the Arkansas River. Gift inscription in vol II. Fine copies, no dj (as issued?). (#1011078) $93.20
1756. Kansas). WALLACE COUNTY HISTORY A Story of Grass, Grit, and Chips With Sketches of Its Towns and
Townships, Educational, Religious, Civil, Military and Political History; Portraits and Biographies of Prominent Citizens and
Family Stories (Signed). Sharon Springs: Wallace Co. Historians, 1979. First Edition. 4to pictorial cloth. 400pp. Illus. Maps.
Endpaper maps. Signed by the primary compiler, "Unofficial - Official Historian", Ruth Jackson. Wallace Co. is across the Colorado
line opposite Cheyenne Wells, CO. Fine. No dj as issued. Very scarce. (#1011079)
1757. Kansas). Landon, Alf M. LETTERS (2). Topeka, 1936. Letter. Not a book. Two original T.L.S. (typed letter signed) on
governor's letterhead from Kansas Governor Landon to Edwin Swergal. The first on 9/9/36 was to Swergal at the Fort Dearborn Hotel
in Chicago & the second on 10/17/36 when Swegal was at the Nicollet Hotel in Minneapolis. Contents are brief comments of
appreciation re Landon's campaign against FDR. On the back of the Sept letter, Swergal in 1960 typed his own comments from the
Frye Hotel in Seattle, noting that his (Swergal's) mother was born in West Middlesex PA, as was Landon. There is an additional note
on separate paper slip typed the same day. Swergal had written a column or article for the Seattle P-I on Kruschev. Near fine
condition, gently folded. Both letters were in a 2-ring binder. One letter has the State of Kansas seal. (#1003069) $40.50
1758. Kaplan, Justin. WALT WHITMAN: A Life. NY: Simon & Schuster, 1980. 1st Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 429pp.
Illus. Notes. Index. Near fine in pc dj. (#LO1.018) $5.95
1759. Kaplan, Linda. MY FIRST CRUSH Misadventures in Wine Country (Signed). Lyons, Guilford, 2005, 2005. ARC.
Advance Uncorrected Proof. Trade pictorial wraps. 214pp. Illust. Glossary. Signed & dated by Kaplan. What it's like to suddenly
become a vineyard owner & wine maker! Well-written item about an Iowa couple who change careers & find themselves on the fast
track to learning the production end of wines in Oregon's Willamette Valley! Besides their personal story, there are chapters on the
science of wine & other details of the field. The author's Panther Creek winery has made Wine Spectator magazine's list of the Top
100 Wines of the World. Fine copy. (#0505085ARC)
1760. Kappel-Smith, Diana. DESERT TIME: A Journey Through the American Southwest. Boston: Little Brown & Co, 1992.
First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards.262pp. Illus. Endpaper maps. Remainder stripe on bottom edge, else fine in dj. (#1307072)
1761. Kasper, Shirl. ANNIE OAKLEY. Norman: OU, 1992. First Edition. Cloth. 288pp. Illus. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Fine,
like new in dj. (#1104069)
1762. Kasper, Shirl. ANNIE OAKLEY. Norman, Oklahoma, U.S.A.: Norman, 1992., 1992. First Edition. Cloth. 288pp. Illust. A
recent biography. Fine, as new in dj, & still in shrink wrap. (#9303083)
1763. Katz, William Loren. THE BLACK WEST A Documentary and Pictorial History. Garden City, 1971., 1971. Royal 8vo
cloth. 336pp. Illust. Gift inscription. While prior books have dealt with specific areas of Black participation in the Western experience,
this is perhaps the first wider survey . Contains chapters on Black explorers, fur traders, settlers, cowboys, infantry & cavalry, Blacks
in California & Oklahoma, slavery in the West, etc. Fading to cover edges, especially front bottom. Good+ thus in very slightly
chipped, worn, but complete pc dj. Scarce now in this edition & 1st printing. (#9805079) $37.73
1764. Kauffman, Richard, and Muir, John. GENTLE WILDERNESS The Sierra Nevada. S. F.: Sierra Club, 1967. 4th printing.
Folio cloth. 167pp. Beautifully illustrated with fabulous color plates. Small stamped vignette on half-title. Fine in vg pc dj with some
soiling. (#1209086)
1765. Kauffman, Richard, and Muir,John. GENTLE WILDERNESS The Sierra Nevada. NY: Promontory, 1981. Reprint. Folio
cloth. 167pp. Beautifully illustrated with fabulous color plates. Small stamped vignette on ffep. Fine in dj with a couple of
stains/spots. (#SHEL492) $11.74
1766. Kaye - Smith, Sheila. THE MIRROR OF THE MONTHS. New York: Harper & Bros, 1931. Small cloth & pictorial boards.
68pp. Very gentle ex-lib. Monthly reflections on life from the vantage point of the Catholic tradition. Spine somewhat faded, else fine,
no dj. (#FTR069)
1767. Kazanjian, Howard; Enss, Chris . NONE WOUNDED, NONE MISSING, ALL DEAD: The Story of Elizabeth Bacon
Custer (Signed). Guilford: Globe Pequot/Twodot, 2011. First Edition. 1st printing. Hardbound. 220pp. Illus. Index. Notes. Signed
with initials by Enss. Laid in promos for others books by Enss. "A Portrait of the Woman Behind the Legacy of General George
Custer." Like new in dj. (#1204073)
1768. Kearney, David M. BELPRE, KANSAS The Story of a Small Town (Signed). Lewis KS: p.p., 1978. First Edition. 1st
printing. Pictorial wraps. 384pp. Illustrated with vintage photos. Signed by Kearney. Light soiling; vg. (#1412073) $35.02
1769. Kearney, Lake Shore. THE HODAG And other Tales of the Logging Camps (Association inscription). Wausau: Privately
Printed, 1928. First Edition. Blue cloth with gilt Hodag on front cover. 158pp. Lightly printed, subtle Hodag vignette on each page.
This copy with pencil inscription from one Dan O'Neill to well-known Rhinelander, WI, newspaperman & reporter, Jack Cory. "Jack
Cory from Dan O'Neill Rhinelander 1930". It might be Cory's writing rather than O'Neill's. The Hodag was the infamous creature
hoaxed by Rhinelander's chief prankster, Eugene Shepard. Moderate slant to binding. Two prelim. leaves with paper clip impressions.
Vg . (#1104070) $52.70
1770. Keck, Frances Bollacker. The JJ Ranch on the Purgatory River in Colorado: The Jones Family and the Prairie Cattle
Company. La Junta: Otero Press, 2001. First Edition. 1st printing. Attractive 4to pictorial glossy wraps. 132pp. Illust. Maps. List of
"Interviews by Author". Sources. Index. "The rich history of Colorado's eastern plains comes alive in (this book), written by lifetime
resident of the area Frances Keck." The previous owner has very skillfully & attractively reinforced the inside edges of the covers
with a clear strapping tape. Because it is so well done the seller is not giving a de-merit to the described condition. Fine copy. Very,
very scarce item. (#0811091)
1771. Keddell, Georgina. THE NEWSPAPERING MURRAYS. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1967. First Edition.
Hardbound. 224pp. Biography by the daughter of George and "Ma" Murray ("unforgettable, peppery") of British Columbia, who
published the Fort St. John Alaska Highway News & the Bridge River - Lillooet News (beginning in 1933) ("#### subscriptions and
every bloody one paid for"). Your bookseller will never forget meeting "Ma" back in 1969 in Lillooet. Fine in shelfworn, but complete
pc dj (panel fold with some split). (#1104071)
1772. Keeting, Virginia (Ed.). DUNGENESS: The Lure of a River. Sequim Bicentennial History Book Committee, 1976, 1976.
First Edition. 4to pictorial wraps. 190pp. Illustrated mainly with vintage photos. Nice history of this historic Olympic Peninsula area
of Washington bordering on the Strait of Juan de Fuca. (#0805077)
1773. Kehl, Richard. The Feminine. Star & Elephant Book, Green Tiger Press, La Jolla/ London, 1986, 1986. First Edition. 1st
printing. 4to pictorial hardbound. Unpaginated. Small gift inscription on ffep. 3pp of photo & art credits. Interesting book of
photography & prints related to the subject of woman & the feminine. Fine in dj. (#5021016)
1774. Keith, Harold (Signed). OKLAHOMA KICKOFF An informal history of the first twenty-five years of football at the
University of Oklahoma, and of the amusing hardships that attended its pioneering (Signed). Norman: Privately Printed, 1948.
First Edition. 1st printing. Red cloth with gilt titles on spine. 407pp. Index. Illus. Frontispiece portrait of Bennie Owen. Signed by
Keith in his distinctive hand on the ffep. Also, on front paste down, Keith's customized sticker re "How To Order Copies Of This
Book". Keith was Sports Publicity Director at OU. Intro by C. E. McBride, Sports Editor of the Kansas City Star. Simply a great book
by an accomplished writer & researcher. A "must" for any serious collector of OU football & sports lore. Spine very slightly faded.
Vg+ or near fine. Very scarce in 1st edition & even more so signed. (#SHEL432)
1775. Keith, Harold. The Sound of Strings: Sequel to Komantcia (Signed). Norman: Levite of Apache Pub, 1992. First Edition.
Pictorial light buckskin colored hardbound. 180pp. Signed by Keith on ffep. A fine story by the respected late Oklahoma author;
written as a sequel to the his earlier, Komantcia. Published in a small edition & now scarce. Fine, like new. No dj as issued.
1776. Keith, Harold. THE SOUND OF STRINGS: Sequel to Komantcia (signed, numbered). Norman: Levite of Apache,
Norman, 1992, 1992. Limited/Numbered. Pictorial light buckskin colored hardbound. 180pp. #50 of 100 numbered copies signed by
Keith. A fine story by the respected late Oklahoma author; written as a sequel to the his earlier, Komantcia. Fine. No dj as issued.
Very scarce in this ltd edition. (#SHEL140) $98.42
1777. Keith, Harold. THE OBSTINATE LAND (Signed). Levite of Apache, Norman, 1993, 1993. Limited First Edition.
Originally published in 1977, this reprint is a very limited hardbound edition. Also noted as "Cherokee Strip Centennial Edition". Fine
simulated red leather hardbound with gilt stamping. 214pp. 1993 Cherokee Strip postage stamp affixed to the ffep, & the stamp &
adjacent part of the page postally hand-cancelled. According to the publisher there were only 10 or 12 copies of this stamp-cancelled
copy made. Fine condition. Very scarce thus. No dj as issued. (#0711214)
1778. Keith, Harold. WILL ROGERS A Boy's Life. (Signed). Norman: Levite of Apache, 1991. First Thus. Revised edition, 1st
thus. Pict hdbound. 271pp. Illustrated with drawings & photos. Signed by Keith. A very well written biography, mostly devoted to
Roger's boyhood in N.E. Oklahoma. Fine, like new. No dj issued. (#5010014) $22.27
1779. Keleher, William A. THE FABULOUS FRONTIER Twelve New Mexico Items. Santa Fe, 1946. 2nd printing., 1946. First
Edition. 2nd printing. Gilt-stamped cloth. 317pp. Illust. Signed by Keleher. (abrasion over middle initial). A classic study. Vg. Lacks
the dj. 150 #87, 6-guns 1214, Herd 1262, Dykes Kid 351, Dobie p109, Howes K37. (#0011074) $32.80
1780. Keleher, William A. MAXWELL LAND GRANT A New Mexico Item. Santa Fe, 1942., 1942. First Edition. Pictorial cloth.
168pp. Illust. Upper one-half of spine & top corner of back cover somewhat darkened, else vg. Very scarce & much sought. Herd
1263, 6-guns 1215, Dykes Kid 322, Howes K38, Camp bell p168, cf Reese 102. (#9011121)
1781. Keleher, William A. MEMOIRS: 1892 - 1969 A New Mexico Item (Signed). Rydal Press, Santa Fe, 1969, 1969. First
Edition. Cloth. 293pp. Photos. Index. Personal essays on the life & career of a fine New Mexico historian. Very nice signed & dated
association inscription by Keleher, on behalf of another party, to A. V. Long, "fine son of a distinguished father Haniel Long..." Fine
in pc dj. (#0408068)
1782. Keleher, William A. NEW MEXICANS I KNEW Memoirs, 1892-1969. University of New Mexico Press: New Mexico,
1983. First Thus. Pictorial trade wraps. 293 pp. Illust. Index. New Introduction by Lawrence Murphy. Owner's address label on ffep.
Vg. (#0909090) $6.88
1783. Keleher, William A. VIOLENCE IN LINCOLN COUNTY 1869 - 1881 A New Mexico Item. Albuquerque: Univ of New
Mexico, 1957. First Edition. Cloth. 390pp. Illust. Index. Endpaper maps of Lincoln Co. A classic history of the subject. Minor spot &
very slight bump on bottom edge of front cover. Essentially fine in soiled, very slightly chipped dj with touch of abrasion bottom of
front panel. 6-guns 1216, Reese 64 ("a well-written & trustworthy account."), 150 #88. (#0909091)
1784. Keleher, William A. VIOLENCE IN LINCOLN COUNTY 1869-1881 A New Mexico Item. Albuquerque, 1957., 1957.
First Edition. 1st edition. Cloth. 390pp. Illust. Scribbled ink gift inscription on ffep & pastedown. A classic of the subject. Fine in
worn, soiled, & somewhat stained dj. 150 #88, 6-guns 1216, Herd 1264, 44 & 44 # 79. (#0103074)
1785. Keler, Theodore M. R. THE ESSENCE OF THE KORAN. Haldeman-Julius, Girard (Kan.), 1923, 1923. First Edition.
Small, 16mo printed wraps. 60pp. "Ten Cent Pocket Series No. 428". Fos at top of front cover, else vg. (#5004038) $6.08
1786. Kellar, Kenneth C. SETH BULLOCK FRONTIER MARSHAL. North Plains, Aberdeen (S.D.), 1972, 1972. 2nd Edition.
2nd printing. Pictorial trade wraps. 191pp. Illust. Hand drawn maps. Index. Bullock, a sheriff from Montana Territory, came to
Deadwood, Dakota Territory in 1876, right after the death of Wild Bill Hickok. He later became territorial marshal of D.T. The author
is Bullock's grandson. About fine. A very scarce book. (#0505087)
1787. Kelley, J. N. D. EARLY CHRISTIAN CREEDS. David McKay, NY, 1966, 1966. 2nd Edition. 2nd edition, 5th impression.
Cloth. 446pp. Index. A very important & scholarly study on the development of the ecumenical creeds, representing "the results of
mmore than a decade of reserach and lecturing in the Oxford Faculty of Theology." There is underlining throughout, & owner's
name/info on ffep. Else vg. No dj. Very, very scarce. (#THEOSHEL225)
1788. Kelley, J. N. D. EARLY CHRISTIAN DOCTRINES. Harper & Row, NY, 1960, 1960. 2nd Edition. 2nd edition. Cloth.
500pp. Index. Underlining throughout. fos on ffep. Else near fine. No dj. Very, very scarce. (#THEOSHEL226)
1789. Kelley, Joseph (Bunko). THIRTEEN YEARS IN THE OREGON PENITENTIARY. Portland, 1908., 1908. First Edition.
Gray stapled wraps. 142pp. Illust. "I will try to introduce you to the everyday life of a convict." The author was sentenced to life in
1895 for murder. The book was written after his release & claims his innocence in the death of one William Sears. Some material on
Harry Tracy & Dave Merrill. Poor condition. A couple of chips on the worn front cover; pages wrinkled. First couple & last couple of
pages pulled away from staples. Hinges carefully reinforced with thin archival repair tape. Some of the several photo illustrations have
left an imprint on the opposite page, with some resulting damage to the photos. Still, a most readable copy of a scarce item. 6-guns
1218. (#0111083)
1790. Kelley, Thomas P. VENGEANCE OF THE BLACK DONNELLYS. Winnipeg: Harlequin, 1962. First Edition. 1st printing.
Paperback, pictorial wraps. 190pp. As the hated "Black" Donnellys were being murdered near Lucan, Ontario, in 1880, their killers
were warned of violent retribution. Buyer will receive upon request digital photos of Donnelly graves taken by your bookseller in
2009. Small (3/8" x 1/2") abrasion near top of front cover, else fine. Uncommonly fine copy. (#1111094) $12.16
1791. Kelly, Plympton J. WE WERE NOT SUMMER SOLDIERS: Indian War Diary of Plympton J. Kelly 1855-1856.
Tacoma: Washington State Hist Soc, 1976. 1st Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped cloth. 191pp. Illus. Index. Bibliography.
Biographical Sketches. From the Yakima, Cayuse, & Walla Walla Indian War. Fine in pc dj. (#1506068) $20.41
1792. Kelton, Elmer. RANGER'S TRAIL (Signed). NY: Forge/Tom Doherty, 2002. First Edition. 1st printing. Hardbound. 287pp.
Brief presentation to your bookseller from Mr. Kelton, & dated in year of publication. Fine in dj. (#1204074)
1793. Kennedy, Mary Jeanette. TALES OF A TRADER'S WIFE (Life on the Navajo Indian Reservation 1913-1938).
Albuquerque, 1965 (privately printed, not UNM Press)., 1965. First Edition. Decor cloth. 61pp. Illust. Author's reminiscences of
Salina Springs, Chinle, & Rock Springs. Uncommon title. Soiling to back cover, else near fine. (#9802091)
1794. Kentucky. RENFRO VALLEY KEEPSAKE. n.p.: Renfro Valley Enterprises, 1940. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to pictorial
wraps. Unpaginated.48pp. Illus with photos, portraits, short bios, a few music scores, a map, & advertising. A neat book on the famous
Renfro Valley Barn Dance radio show & its artists. The show originally started in Cincinnati, then Dayton, then its own newly-built
rustic campus/facilities in Renfro Valley, Kentucky . Laid in printed item, "Ninety-Nine Years." fos/date/address on title page. Artists
included Homer & Jethro, the Randolph Sisters, Slim Miller, A'nt Idy, the Mountain Rangers, & several more. Vg to near fine
condition. Scarce in original edition. (#SHEL700) $50.00
1795. Kern, Pamela. THE SONG OF THE SPARROW (Signed). Bothell: Book Publishers Network, 2007. 2nd printing. Trade
pictorial wraps. 46pp. Signed & dated in 2007 by Kern. A lovely little book of short anecdotes about birds & their treatment &
significence in nature & to humans. The author relates them also to their presence in the Bible. Fine, like new. (#5020024) $8.10
1796. Keroher, Grace C. LEXICON OF GEOLOGIC NAMES OF THE UNITED STATES FOR 1961 - 1967. U.S. Gov. Pr.
Office, Wash DC, 1970, 1970. First Thus. Gray printed wraps. 848pp. Alphabetically arranged. "A compilation of the new geologic
names introduced into the literature from 1961-1967 in the United States, its possessions, the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands,
and the Panama Canal Zone." A technically elaborate document. Vg. Scarce. (#0401078) $8.86
1797. Keroher, Grace C., et. al., and U. S. Geological Survey, Dept. of the Interior. LEXICON OF GEOLOGIC NAMES OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR 1936-1960. Government Printing Office, Wash. D.C., 1966., 1966. First Thus. Three volumes in printed
gray wrappers. 4,341pp. Part I, A-F; Part 2, G-O; Part 3, P-Z. Near fine. (#5006010)
1798. Kesey, Ken; with Ken Babbs. LAST GO ROUND. NYC: Viking, 1994. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & bds. 238pp. "a full
blown rip-snorting Tale of the True West" by the famous Oregon author. Fine, like new in dj, unopened & unread. (#1204075)
1799. Kessler, Lee. White King And the Doctor (Signed). Privately Published, 2005, n.p., 2005. First Edition. Glossy pictorial
wraps. 425pp. Signed & dated by Kessler. From the book cover: "Imagine... an established television actress who did an exercise to
create the back-story of Al Qaeda mastermind, Ayman Al-Zawahiri. In the process of discovering his driving motivation, she
uncovered something so important that the outcome of the War on Terror depends on it being known. -- something intelligence
analysts, and the media analysts, appear to have missed."... "This is, in fact, the genesis of 'White King and the Doctor' - a shocking
and provocative suspense novel..." Fine, as new. (#5015033) $28.35
1800. Ketchum, William C., Jr. WESTERN MEMORABILIA Collectibles of the Old West. Maplewood, 1980., 1980. First
Edition. Stated 1st edition. Padded "Classics Edition". Gilt-stamped 4to simulated leather. 256pp. Illustrated. Values (read 'em &
weep) printed in text. One of the first books of the current boom in the field. Fine in dj. (#9510073)
1801. Ketchum, William C.; Garetti, John. A TREASURY OF AMERICAN BOTTLES. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1975. First
Edition. Gilt-stamped 4to cloth. 224 pp. Illustrated, many photos in beautiful color. Glossary of Glassmaking Terms. Index. There are
chapters on Early Glassmaking in America & How a Bottle Is Made. Most chapters on various kinds of antique & historical bottles &
jars. Fine in dj. (#0903083)
1802. Kidder, Daniel P. MORMONISM AND THE MORMONS: A Historical View of the Rise and Progress of the Sect SelfStyled Latter-Day Saints. NY: Lane & Scott, 1852. 6th printing (according to Flake). 12mo blindstamped original cloth. 342pp +
ads. Critique of the Mormons & Mormon doctrine originally intended for the Methodist Quarterly Review & first published in 1842.
Gentle ex-lib with library stamp on copyright page. Rebound with original boards & original spine titles intact (two-thirds of orig
spine used). Howes K122. Flake 4606. Rare. (#0306084)
1803. Kilman, Ed; Wright, Theon. HUGH ROY CULLEN A Story of American Opportunity. NY: Prentice Hall, 1954. First
Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped pictorial cloth. 376pp. Illustrated by the incomparable Western artist, Nick Eggenhofer, & photos.
Index. Endpaper maps. Laid in publisher's promo letter. Cullen was a Texas & Oklahoma oil man. Well-written with lots of anecdotal
stories. Fine in chipped dj. (#1307073)
1804. Kime, Wayne, R. (Ed.). Dodge, Richard Irving, Colonel. THE BLACK HILLS JOURNALS OF COLONEL RICHARD
IRVING DODGE. Norman: OU, 1996. First Thus. Hardbound. 274 pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Fine in dj. (#1011080) $22.29
1805. Kime, Wayne, R. (Ed.). Dodge, Richard Irving, Colonel. THE SHERMAN TOUR JOURNALS OF COLONEL
RICHARD IRVING DODGE. Norman: OU, 2002. First Thus. Cloth. 217 pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Fine in dj. (#1011082)
1806. King, Bart. BIG BOOK OF BOY STUFF (Signed). Gibbs Smith, SLC, 2004, 2004. First Edition. 1st printing. Royal 8vo
flexible binding with dust wrapper (slight rubbing when seen against the light). 292pp. Illust. Signed & dated by King. Everything a
boy would want to know to have fun! Recommended for ages 8 - 14. F.B.I. Approved (Federal Burping Institute). Front cover upper
corner bumped; tiny bump same place first few pages. Else as new. (#5011059) $25.00
1807. King, Bart. BIG BOOK OF BOY STUFF (Signed). Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith, 2004. First Edition. 1st printing. Royal 8vo
flexible binding with dust wrapper (slight rubbing when seen against the light). 292pp. Illus. Signed. Everything a boy would want to
know to have fun! Recommended for ages 8 - 14. F.B.I. Approved (Federal Burping Institute). Front cover upper corner bumped; tiny
bump same place first few pages. Else as new. (#5013054) $15.00
1808. King, Bart. The Big Book of Girl Stuff (Signed). Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith, 2006. First Edition. 1st printing. Flexible stiff
wraps. 319 pp. Illust. Bibliography. Signed along with the words, "Have fun!" by King on the title page. The bottom fore corners of
the covers are slightly bumped. Else fine, like new. Scarce signed. (#5018068) $22.27
1809. King, Bart. The Pocket Guide to Games (Signed). Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith, 2008. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial
stiff wraps, pocketbook size. 248 pp. Signed & dated by King shortly after publication. Fine, like new. (#5022036) $8.10
1810. King, Capt. Charles). Hedren, Paul L. INDEX Campaigning With Crook (Signed). Brigham City: Regimental, 1981. First
Edition. 1st printing. Wraps. 8pp. Signed by Hedren. Up to the publication of this pamphlet, there was no index to any of the editions
of the King book. Fine. Scarce. (#SHEL964)
1811. King, Capt. Charles). Hedren, Paul L. KING ON CUSTER: An Annotated Bibliography. (Signed). n.p, n.d.. Limited First
Edition. Ltd to 550 copies. Pictorial wraps (cover illust by Cisneros). 12pp. Signed by Hedren. A succinct introduction by Hedren
indicates that King continually referred to Custer in his novels & articles. This bib is an invaluable resource to anyone wishing to
research his views. Fine. n.d. (#9703080) $14.76
1812. King, Captain Charles, U.S.A. CAMPAIGNING WITH CROOK. Norman: OU, 1964. First Thus. Hardbound. 166pp. Illus.
"Roster of Officers serving with the Fifty Cavalry in the Big Horn and Yellowstone Expedition of 1876." Western Frontier Library
edition with new Introduction by Don Russell. Fine in complete dj with wear & tear at top near spine. Luther 37. (#1104075) $10.14
1813. King, Frank. WRANGLIN' THE PAST The Reminiscences of Frank M. King. Pasadena, 1946., 1946. First Thus. Giltstamped cloth. 284pp. Illust., including drawings by C.M. Russell. The author cuts a wide swath through the Southwest: cattle drives,
outlaws, politics, Indian fighting. Recommended reading by Texas Ranger Jeff Milton. Fine in slightly chipped & edgeworn, pc dj. 6guns 1239, Herd 1277, Dobie p109, Y-R p250, Howes K151. (#0011076)
1814. King, Jean Beach (Signed & presentation association). ARIZONA CHARLIE A Legendary Cowboy, Klondike Stampeder
and Wild West Showman. Phoenix: Heritage Pubs, 1989. First Edition. 4to Hardbound. 349pp. Illustrated with vintage photos &
prints. Extensive Bibliography. Index. Presentation copy by the author to actress & singer Audrey Meadows (The Honeymooners'
Alice Kramden) signed & dated in 1991. "Best wishes to Audrey -- a great little actress -- Jean King". Also, King wrote,
"Compliments of Forrest & Billie Meadows" (with city & state). Laid in is a printed seal from the previous bookseller's plastic bag in
which the book was stored, stating, "Audrey Meadows Estate Beverly Hills, CA". Also laid in is glossy printed bio of the author, "the
granddaughter of Maggie Meadows Beach who at the tender age of thirteen valiantly defended her homestead against the hostile
Apaches." Arizona Charlie Meadows had a rich & illustrious life as gold-seeker in the Klondike, cowboy, & wild west showman.
Much info on early Arizona is published in this book through the lens of the family's history. Fine. Scarce signed, & even though
Audrey did not sign this copy, it is still a very nice association copy in vg dj. (#1003070) $202.50
1815. King, Larry L. WARNING: WRITER AT WORK. Ft. Worth: TCU, 1985. First Edition. Cloth & boards. 287pp. Essays by
the co-author of "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas". Fine, like new in dj. (#SHEL960)
1816. King, William, and Schafer, Rick. A CHEF'S BOUNTY Celebrating Oregon's Cuisine (Signed). Arnica Pub, Portland,
2007, 2007. First Edition. Quarto hardbound with gilt outline of Oregon on cover. 196pp. Sumptuously illustrated, but in perfect
balance with the text. Nice endpaper maps, but faintly printed as an intended nuance, of an historical map of Oregon. Signed & dated
by Schafer soon after publication. The author, King, attended Cornell University's School of Hotel & Restaurant Admin., and became
eventually chef of several fine Oregon restaurants. He is currently VP of Culinary Development of the large McCormick & Schmick
group of restaurants. His text & the great photos of Schafer, one of the Pacific Northwest's finest color photographers, make for an
utterly delicious book. Oh, yes, the recipes are here with the pictures! Fine, like new in dj. A great holiday gift book! (#5019023)
1817. Kings, K. S., (Compiler). Richarson, J. (Editor). DESTINATION CITY Electric Tramway Rolling Stock of the The
Melbourne and Metropolitan Tramways Board. Traction Publications, Canberra City, 1971, 1971. 3rd Edition. 3rd edition.
Squarish pictorial stapled wraps. 80pp. Illustration with b/w photos & a couple of drawings. Corrigenda. Map: "Electric Railways of
Melbourne Victoria M & M.T.B. Lines." Corners are slightly bumped. Glossy covers are scuffed. Good reading & research copy.
Scarce. (#NIC030 - 1)
1818. Kingsbury, Karen. A Moment of Weakness (Signed) Book 2 in the Forever Faithful Series. Sisters OR: Multnomah Pub,
2000. First Edition. Pictorial wrappers. 411 pp. Signed "Blessings! Karen Kingsbury" on first page. Fine, like new. Scarce signed.
1819. Kingston, C. S. COEUR D' ALENE GOLD EXCITEMENTof 1865 (Signed). Cheney: Eastern WA College of Educ, 1942.
Reprint. Reprint, 1st thus. Wraps. 11pp. Author-signed label on top of first page, which acts as cover. Laid in is 2pp copy of letter,
"Further Material on the Wilson Case", to Kingston from William Bischoff, S. J., Dept of History, Gonzaga Univ. Ink price top of
front page. Fine copy. Very scarce. (#1302069)
1820. Kinman, Diane. Franca's Story Survival in World War II Italy, The true story of Franca Mercati Martin (Signed).
Mercer Island (WA): Wimer Pub Co, 2005. First Edition. 187 pp. Signed by both Kinman & Martin ("Franca" is almost illegible) on
the verso of the ffep, both signatures in person for your bookseller. The illustrations by Martin are very remarkable; exquisite. This
book "chronicles a young girl's determination to help her family survive World War II in Italy, spanning the years 1937 - 1945." The
illustrator's "aristocratic" family was devastated by the war. Her father aided in the escape of Jewish children; "she secretly uses his
connections to rescue a wounded British pilot." "Franca overcomes obstacles with courage, ingenuity, good humor, and a deep faith in
God as her dreams of living a traditional adolescent life are shattered by a world filled with turbulence." End paper maps of northern
Italy. An exceptional volume. Signed copies very scarce. (#5021022) $121.50
1821. Kinsella, Bridget. VISITING LIFE Women Doing Time on the Outside (Signed). Harmony Books, NY, 2007, 2007. ARC.
Uncorrected Proof. Trade pictorial wraps. 262pp. Signed & dated by Kinsella. The author's "story of her unexpected journey into the
world of prisoners and the women who love them." Fine, like new. (#5007048ARC)
1822. Kinsey, Clarke or Clarence. MOUNT RAINIER PHOTOGRAPH. Kinsey, n.p., n.d., 0. Photographic Image. Not a book.
Original photograph, moderately sepia-toned, of Mount Rainier in Washington State. Image size 10" x 13". In lower right hand corner
is written in white, "Nu 36 C Kinsey Photo". The print is somewhat hazy, but a good vintage photo taken of the mountain with a vast
forest in the foreground & midground. There is a narrow swath of what appears to be a logged area in the medium foreground, & with
a logged area showing in the extreme lower left corner near the placement of the camera. Your bookseller does not know if this photo
was taken by Clarke or Clarence, but both were fine photographers along with their more famous brother, Darius. In glassed frame,
near fine. Possibly a very scarce image. n.d. (#0502088)
1823. Kinsey, Darius and Tabitha. Bohn, Dave and Petschek, Rodolfo (Produced by). KINSEY PHOTOGRAPHER A half
century of negatives by Darius and Tabitha May Kinsey With contributions by son and daughter Darius, Jr., and Dorothea.
San Francisco: Scrimshaw, 1975. Limited First Edition. 1st edition, ltd to 2,500 sets. Large 4to cloth in two volumes (bound in two
different colors of cloth), with a different photo plate on each front cover. 157pp + 162pp. Stunningly illustrated with many, many
Kinsey photographs of the Pacific Northwest. Many are full page. All are of the highest quality. There is some other illustrative
material (Vol. Two has one brilliant color plate from the original tinted by Mrs. Kinsey). Volume One: "The Family Album & Other
Early Work." Volume Two: "The Magnificent Years". As the introductory material says, the Kinseys "spent most of a lifetime in
photography" in the logging areas of Washington State beginning about 1900. The photos published here were selected from 4,500
surviving glass plates & film. The set includes well-written essays and just enough descriptive text to allow the photos to command
most of the attention, as they should. An "as new" set, and in mint condition in lovely marbled slipcase, and with the slightly soiled
mailing box. Published without dust jackets. In spite of the somewhat large number of published copies of this ltd edition, it is a very
scarce & desirable set, indeed. (#SHEL527) $263.25
Salt Lake City, 1964, 1964. First Edition. Pictorial cloth. 60pp. Illustrated with documents & maps. Two fos on front paste down.
There is a lot of useful research information in this book. Fine in edge creased dj. (#0811093)
1825. Kirkpatrick, J.M. (Orvil Dodge, ed.). THE HEROES OF BATTLE ROCK or Miners' Reward. A Desperate Encounter of
Nine White Men with Three Hundred Indians. Savages Subdued and Rich Gold Mines Discovered. n.p., 1904., 1904. First
Edition. 1st edition. Wraps. 21pp. Includes report of the U.S. Geological Surveyor & Mineralogist at Port Orford, Oregon, where the
fight took place in 1851. "An interesting & valuable historical record." (Soliday II 728). Slight edge browning to covers; very light,
almost imperceptible stain on back cover. Vg. (#9902116)
1826. Kirkpatrick, Jane. HOLD TIGHT THE THREAD (Signed). Colo Springs: Waterbrook , 2004. First Edition. Pictorial wraps.
410pp. Suggested Reading List. Signed & dated by Kirkpatrick right after publication. From a fine author of "Women Writing the
West", this novel is set in the Pacific NW, the Columbia country, in the 1840s. Upper corner of text block slightly bumped. Else fine.
1827. Kirkpatrick, Jane. A MENDING AT THE EDGE (Signed). Waterbrook, Colo Springs, 2008, 2008. ARC. Advance Reading
Copy. Trade pictorial wraps. 391pp. Signed & dated in '07 by Kirkpatrick. "Based on the life of German-American Emma Wagner
Giesy, the only woman sent to the Oregon Territory in the 1850s to help found a communal society". Another fine historical novel of
the West by the award-winning & highly respected author. Fine, like new. (#0805079ARC)
1828. Kirkpatrick, Jane. WHERE LILACS STILL BLOOM: A Novel (Signed). Colo Springs: Waterbrook, 2012. First Edition.
1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 371pp. Signed by Kirkpatrick. The fine author's 22nd book & 19th novel, primarily portraying women on
the Western frontier. Fine. (#SHEL936)
1829. Kirkpatrick, Jane. MYSTIC SWEET COMMUNION (Signed). Multnomah, Sisters (OR), 1999, 1999. 3rd printing. Trade
pictorial wraps. A novel of the Seminoles. Acclaimed Western novelist & much respected. Signed by Kirkpatrick. Fine, like new.
Signed copies uncommon. (#0811094)
1830. Kirkpatrick, Jane. A NAME OF HER OWN (Signed). Waterbrook, Colo Springs, 2002, 2002. First Edition. 1st printing. Pict
trade wraps. 388pp. Signed & dated by Kirkpatrick. A "Tender Ties Historical Series" novel with connection to Lewis & Clark,
Sacagawea, etc. Minor bump to part of text. Vg, otherwise as new. (#5013013) $8.10
1831. Kirkpatrick, Katherine. THE VOYAGE OF THE CONTINENTAL (Signed). Holiday House, NY, 2002, 2002. First
Edition. Hardbound. 297pp. Signed by Kirkpatrick & with her personal block stamp on the title page. Historical juvenile novel of the
Mercer Girls & the ship that carried them to Seattle. Fine, like new in dj. (#0805080)
1832. Kirkpatrick, Katherine. THE VOYAGE OF THE CONTINENTAL (Signed). Holiday House, NY, 2002, 2002. First
Edition. Hardbound. 297pp. Signed & dated by Kirkpatrick shortly after publication. Historical juvenile novel of the Mercer Girls &
the ship that carried them to Seattle. Fine in dj. (#5001040) $16.20
1833. Kiskaddon, Bruce. WESTERN POEMS. L. A.: Western Livestock Journal, 1935. First Edition. 1st printing. Printed wraps
with paper title/author label on front cover. 80pp. There is a nice 1939 non-author full-page gift presentation on ffep. Short tear closed
at top of front cover; half-circle light stain lower front cover; lower spine split closed. Good. A mighty fine collection of cowboy
poetry by the "cowboy poet laureate of America." Very scarce. (#1307074)
1834. Kittredge, William, & Smith, Annick. THE LAST BEST PLACE A Montana Anthology. (Signed). Helena, 1989., 1989.
2nd impression. Signed, presentation copy to your bookseller, & dated by Kittridge. Cloth. A whopping 1,158pp. Chapter head
illustrations. A Montana mountain of selections from early Indian tales up through contemporary fiction & poems. Scarce even in the
2nd. Fine, as new in dj. (#8911130)
1835. Kittredge, William; Annick Smith (Eds.). THE LAST BEST PLACE: A Montana Anthology. Montana Historical Society,
Helena, 1988, 1988. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 1,158pp. A tremendous volume of Montana writing & much sought.
Fine in dj which has a couple of mild pressure bends/"creases" at top of backstrip. Scarce now. (#0811095) $141.75
1836. Kittredge, William. HOLE IN THE SKY: A Memoir (Signed). NY: Knopf, 1992. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards.
238pp. Endpaper maps. Review copy with two publisher's pieces laid in. Presentation copy to your bookseller & dated in 1992. Fine
book on growing up in the Pacific Northwest by the acclaimed & accomplished writer. Fine in dj. (#1408082)
1837. Kittredge, William. THE NATURE OF GENEROSITY. NY: Knopf, 2000. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth &
boards.276pp. Essays on the land & travel by the acclaimed writer of Western landscapes & culture. Fine in dj. (#1307075) $10.01
1838. Kittredge, William. WHO OWNS THE WEST? (Signed). San Francisco: Mercury House, 1996. First Edition. 1st printing.
Pictorial wraps. 168pp. Signed by Kittredge on title page. Essays on living in the Old West in modern times. Fine. (#1408083)
1839. Kizer, Amber (Signed). Meridian. New York: Delacorte Pr, 2009. First Edition. Cloth. 305 pp. Signed & dated soon after
publication by Kizer, who has written also on the title page, "Who's Your Fenestra?" Publisher's paper bookmark slip laid in. Fine, like
new in dj. (#P1011b)
1840. Kleiber, Hans. SONGS OF WYOMING (Signed). Sheridan: The Mills Company, 1963. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial
cloth. 114pp. Frontispiece photo of the artist/poet signing his works of art. Signed in year of publication by Kleiber. A book of poetry
written by the famous Wyoming & Bighorns' landscape & wildlife artist, whose work is in the finest collections/Western art museums
around the country. These are well composed, rhyming (sorry, no free verse here that we can see), evocations of Kleiber's own life
roaming the mountains. No flowery, nondescript work, but specific memories, settings, & history. Fine in lightly soiled, price-clipped
dj with 1/2" x 1" chip at top of back panel. Dj illustration is same as on cover of the paper wraps edition. The latter is scarce, but this
cloth binding is very, very scarce. (#1204077)
1841. Klemgard, E. N., P. E. PETER JAMES AND JOHN Pacific Northwest Pioneers An Historical Novel (signed). Adams
Press, Chicago, 1977, 1977. First Edition. Quarto printed glossy wraps. 113pp. Illustrated with vintage photos & prints. Presentation
copy from the author to his "very good friend - Prof. Jack Horne", dated in year of publication. Appears to be a novel based on the
history of the Klemgard family who came from Denmark to Utah. A Mormon book. Scarce. (#0611075) $22.96
1842. Klemme, Marvin. AN AMERICAN GRAZIER GOES ABROAD. Salt Lake City: Deseret, 1940. First Edition. 1st printing.
Gilt-stamped cloth. 352pp. Illus. A veteran of the Federal Government, Klemme became interested in what was happening
internationally with livestock, range management, etc. This book was the result of his extensive trip to New Zealand, Australia, Japan,
Russia, Europe, etc. Cover edges quite faded, wear to corner extremities. No dj. Good, sound copy. (#9808093)
1843. Klondike Gold Rush. THE KLONDIKE NEWS. Seattle, n.d.. Ephemera. Very scarce Shorey reprint, possibly from 1950s or
60s, in folio wrappers (14 1/4" x 21 1/2"). 38pp. Illustrated with vintage photos. Facsimile reprint of Vol. I, No. 1 of The Klondike
News, San Francisco, Cal. and Dawson, N.W.T., April 1, 1898. The cover is a magnificent image of "Discoverer, Geo. W. Carmack"
standing regally next to a tree & several nuggets of gold, all of which is overarched by a dogsled pulling "Klondike News" & giving
the dollar output for 1898. Very nice masthead over a view of Dawson. One long tear in cover repaired; some wear/light chipping to
edges. Paper is in very good condition. The original is rare; the reprint is very scarce. n.d. (#0203074)
Photographic Image. Not a book. Large 7" x 13 1/2" original print, a bromide emulsion. ca 1898. This road house was originally
owned by George Brimston, who also had a claim close by. Yukon Places and Names by Coutts says, "Brims tone Gulch 63 Degrees
43' N 138 Degrees 41' W. flows into Sulphur Creek in the south Klondike district. This short creek was staked and named in late 1897
by George Brimston. The name was a play on hi s own and that of Sulphur Creek. By November 1898 he was working his claim and
had built and was operating roadhouse at the mouth of this stream. He worked the stream for a number of years before movi ng to
Dawson." One website authority has the hotel operating just in 1898. In 1902 Brimston ran for City Council of Dawson & lost. In
1924 his ten year old son drowned in the Klondike River. The photo shows the front of the roadhouse with an unhitched, loaded
wagon near one end with two men standing beside it. Seated or standing around the front door of the house are six men & two women.
Peering out of windows above are two men, one holding an open book. Large cloth sign above the front door & window clearly reads
in smaller to larger lettering, "BRIMSTON ROAD HOUSE STORE LIQUORS WINES CIGARS J. BRANDMEIR PRO. (A cursory
search pulls up no information on J. Brandmeir, the proprietor, from that period or region.). Two readable tall advertising pictorial
broadsides or posters on the front of the building refer to McLennans Store in Dawson (street address given) where skirts & petticoats
are for sale (drawing of woman in skirt from waist down). The other broadside says "37 miles to McLennans & oddly depicts a black
man standing on a short tree stump looking down at a rooster. The photo was placed by a previous owner in a modern frame & mat, &
was mounted on foam board. Undoubtedly the photo was previously rolled up, because along the bottom edge are seven vertical
pressure ridges resulting in slight cracking (not tears) of the print. They are as short as 3/8" & as long as 1 1/4". Honestly, they detract
very little from the appearance of the image, but obviously would be of concern to collectors of prints in fine, original condition only.
This is a crisp, sharply focused, wonderful photo from one of the great gold rushes of North America. No photographer is named. I
find no copies of the Brimston Road House in my small library of Klondike photo books, & the Dawson Museum has no photo of it.
Undoubtedly rare & possibly unique. ca 1898 (#0211090)
1845. Klotsche, E. H. CHRISTIAN SYMBOLICS or Esposition of the Distinctive Charactaristics of the Catholic, Lutheran
and Reformed Churches as well as the Modern Denominations and Sects. Lutheran Literary Board, Burlington (IA), 1929, 1929.
Revised Edition. Revised Edition. Gilt-stamped cloth. 413pp. Index. A little bit of underlining in ink & a few marginal notes. Good
copy. (#THEOSHEL121) $6.79
1846. Knott's Berry Farm. GHOST TOWN & CALICO RAILWAY Ghost Town, Buena Park, California. Ghost Town, CA:
Knott's Berry Farm, 1953. First Thus. 1st printing thus. Color pictorial wraps. 59pp. Illustrated with many fine vintage photos & in
b/w & color. Ink stamp on front cover, "Miniature Train Shop Knott's Berry Farm Buena Park, California." Dedicated to William
Palmer, builder of the Denver & Rio Grande narrow-gauge, with info & photos of such. Small mark on front cover, light soiling; vg.
Uncommon. (#1307077) $17.51
1847. Knower, Daniel. THE ADVENTURES OF A FORTY-NINER An Historic Description of California, with Events and
Ideas of San Francisco and its People in those Early Days. Albany, 1894., 1894. First Edition. Gilt-stamped pictorial 12mo blue
cloth. 200pp. Illust. A highly gilded image of the Society of California Pioneers building is stamped on the front cover. Short tear
repaired at bottom of t-p near gutter. Bottom of front cover is stained, but showed up mainly when seen against the light. Else vg.
Cowan p334, Rocq 10103. (#0103078)
1848. Knox Gelatine) John Knox. FAMILY ALBUM Diamond Jubilee Knox Gelatine, Inc. Privately printed, (Johnstown, N.Y.),
(1964), 1964. First Edition. Oblong red flocked wraps with gilt titles & elaborate gilt-filigree decorations. 8 1/4" x 9 5/8". (20pp).
Illustrated with photos & prints. A really nice item printed for the 75th anniversary of the Knox Gelatine Co., which was established in
1889. Near fine condition; bit of rubbing to small area of back cover & almost unnoticable rubbed area on front cover. Scarce.
1849. Knuth, Priscilla. PICTURESQUE FRONTIER: The Army's Fort Dalles. alem, : Oregon Hist Soc, 1966-67, 1967. First
Thus. Pictorial wraps. 102pp. Illust. Maps. Drawings. Large folding map of the "U.S. Reservation at the Dalles" Slightly browned &
soiled. Vg. Smith S3228. (#0611078)
1850. Kobrin, Bill (with Marilyn Monroe "Seven Year Itch" photos). THE KOBRIN COLLECTION "Sixty Years Behind the
Camera" (with Marilyn Monroe "Seven Year Itch" photos). (Indio): Bighorn Enterprises, 2007. First Edition. Elegant, silverstamped folio cloth with blind-stamped decorative motifs.121pp. Illustrated with the striking b/w photographs, posed & candid, taken
by Kobrin of various celebrities & Hollywood stars. Presentation copy, "___ & ___ Best Wishes Bill Kobrin 2007". Kobrin achieved
particular fame with his publicity photos of Marilyn Monroe & her wind-blown dress while "The Seven Year Itch" was in production
(5 of them are reproduced in this volume). Photos of the "Rat Pack", Perry Como, & many more from the 50s & 60s: Carry Grant,
Grace Kelly, Sophia Loren, Jerry Lewis, Jack Parr, Johnny Carson, Richard Harris, Angis Dickenson, Jane Russell, Polly Bergen, &
many more (even Charlie Sheen). There are two pages of text, one of which is devoted to the MM / skirt blowing scene. An
attractively designed & bound book which may qualify for that questionable term, "a modern rarity". No dust jacket, and so far as we
have been able to ascertain, no dj was issued. Very minor small indentation about the size of a one-half grain of rice in cloth near
bottom of back cover. Else fine. (#SHEL411)
1851. Koenig, George. THE LOST DEATH VALLEY '49ER JOURNAL OF LOUIS NUSBAUMER. Bishop, 1974., 1974. First
Thus. 1st thus in decorated wraps. 80pp. Illust. An fos has been "whited" out. Never before published, "the story of (Nusbaum), a
German who left his Black Forest home to join the rush" to California. Fine. (#9410097) $6.56
1852. Kofoed, Jack. BRANDY FOR HEROES A Biography of The Honorable John Morrissey Champion Heavyweight of
America and State Senator. NY: E. P. Dutton , 1938. First Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped cloth. 282pp. On the ffep is the
embossment of Western historian, Robert K. DeArment, from his collection. Uncommon. Near fine. No dj. (#1412076)
1853. Kopp, James J. (Signed). EDEN WITHIN EDEN Oregon's Utopian Heritage. Corvallis: Oregon State Univ Pr, 2009. First
Edition. Tall trade pictorial wraps. 370 pp. Illustrated with an occasional photo. Bibliography. The Appendix, "From Abba's Way to
the Zoo", is 120pp long. It gives information on a long list of communities related the theme of the book. Extensive Notes. Index.
Signed & dated by Kopp in year of publication. "Oregon has long been a destination for those seeking new beginnings. Since the
establishment of the Aurora Colony in 1856, the state has been the home of nearly three hundred communal experiments." Included
are the Rajneeshpuram experiment, & many of the 1960s era countercultural communes. Fine, like new. (#1003072)
1854. Korhel, Erik (Signed). My Tooth Fell in My Soup And Other Poems. Bothell: Book Pub Network, 2009. First Edition. 4to
pictorial hardbound. 26 pp. Large signature by Korhel. Nice children's illustrated book, illustrated by Celia Marie Baker. Fine, like
new, no dj as issued. (#P3062)
Israel: Museum of Art, Ein Harod, 2007. First Thus. 4to pictorial stiff wraps. Three volumes in original custom slipcase (bit of
scuffing to latter). Uniform paginations with different numbered sections. Illustrated with Kovner's remarkable work of Israeli
landscapes & seascapes in color & b/w. Texts in English & Hebrew. Fine. Already very scarce. (#MI006) $200.00
1856. Kownslar, Allan O. MAVERICK TEXANS A Biographical Approach to Texas History. n.p.: Privately Printed, 1984. First
Edition. 4to wraps, plastic spiral bound. 335pp. Several pages of acknowledgments, which serves as a bibliography. Illustrated with
photo portrait reproductions & simple Texas maps with the appropriate data for each subject inked in the original & reproduced in its
appropriate part of the book. The San Antonio author was a history professor at Trinity University. He says in his Intro, "I learned to
hate history in an elementary classroom in East Texas, where I alternately drowsed and occasionally listened to a teacher drone on..."
Later, in college, "I settled into the library and began to read. ... I learned something amazing. History was made up of people. ... I got
swept away by the people, and eventually, the dates and events began to fall into place." When he began to teach, he began to
introduce students to the "colorful individuals... who made Texas into what it now is." "The fifteen Texans included in this volume
were non-conformists willing to flout the traditional norms of their day..." Kownslar has selected various sources for his biographical
treatment of the following Texans: David Crockett, Lorenzo de Zavala, Pamela Mann, "Bigfoot" Wallace, Sam Houston, Elisabet
(sic?) Ney, Elizabeth Johnson, William Brann, "Dad" Joiner, Maury Maverick, Sr., Walter Prescott Webb, J. Frank Dobie, John Henry
Faulk, Barbara Jordan, Maury Maverick, Jr., Good+ condition with no tears or chips. Some ink lines on the front cover; 4 ink circles
on page numbers of Contents. The content has some depth & interest, & is not just simply a biographical treatment. A surprisingly
very, very scarce item with only one copy showing up in a search of hundreds of libraries. (#1003073)
1857. Krakauer, Jon. INTO THIN AIR: A Personal Account of the Mount Everest Disaster (fine in fine dj). NY: Villard Books,
1997. 9th printing. Cloth & boards. 293pp. Illus. Selected Bibliography. Dramatis Personae. Endpaper maps. The acclaimed film,
EVEREST, is based on the climb and tragedy that Krakauer first described in this important book. Fine in fine dj. (#SHEL942)
1858. Krakel, Dean F. SOUTH PLATTE COUNTRY A History of Old Weld County, Colorado. Laramie, 1954. Limited First
Edition. Dissertation published in a ltd edition. 268pp + extensive Appendices & Sources. Illus. Rare in the hardcover binding. Fine.
1859. Kramer, Jane. THE LAST COWBOY. NY: Harper & Row, 1977. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 148pp. The story of
Panhandle cowboy, Henry Blanton. Near fine in near fine, pc dj. (#1402080) $13.51
1860. Kramer, Jonathan D. Listen to the Music: A Self-Guided Tour Through the Orchestral Repertoire. Farmington Hills,
Michigan, U.S.A.: Schirmer Books, 1988. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 816pp. Bibliography. Glossary. "based on program notes
written for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, 1980 - 89." Bottom of cover corners bumped, else fine. Excellent resource for many,
many orchestral pieces. (#5004036)
1861. Kramer, Karl & Nora. COPPERCRAFT AND SILVER MADE AT HOME. New York: Greenberg, 1957. First Edition. 4to
or royal 8vo silver-stamped cloth. 175pp. Amply & helpfully illustrated with b/w photos & drawings. Owner's address label on front
& back endpapers. Vg in edgeworn dj with small chips & edgetears. Dj is NOT price-clipped. Very scarce in the 1957 true 1st edition.
1862. Kraynek, Sharon L. D. MURDER, MAYHAM & MEDINA The Early Years. Chippewa Lake (OH): Medina Books, 1996.
First Edition. 4to printed & decorated wraps. 141pp. Bibliography. Index. A few photocopied illus. The author has collected accounts
of several crimes in Medina, Ohio, 1860s - 1900. Coy Family, Garrett Case, Seneca Totman, Rex Brothers, & two more. Fine
condition. Bit of a humidity "wave" to paper. Already scarce. (#1104081)
1863. Kremers, Carolyn. PLACE OF THE PRETEND PEOPLE Gifts from a Yup'Ik Eskimo Village. Anchorage: Alaska
Northwest Books, 1996. First Edition. Cloth. 238 pp. Related Reading. A memoir, the author reflecting on "music, the outdoors,
teaching, Alaska..." Fine, like new in dj. (#1003074) $10.12
1864. Krentz, Jayne. LIGHT IN SHADOW (Signed). Putnam's, NY, 2002, 2002. ARC. Uncorrected Proof. Pictorial trade wraps.
369pp. Signed by Krentz. Fine, as new. (#5012029cARC)
1865. Kroeber, Theodora. ALFRED KROEBER A Personal Configuration. Berkeley: Univ of California, 1970. First Edition. 1st
printing. Cloth. 292pp. Illus. Bibliography. "... one of America's most distinguished anthropologists." Slight bump upper cover corner,
else fine in pc dj with a dime-sized scrape on the back panel. (#1408085)
1866. Kroeber, Theodora. ISHI Last of His Tribe (Signed). Berkeley: Parnassus, 1964. First Edition. 1st printing. Decorated cloth.
209pp. Illustrated with fine drawings. Author's Note. Glossary of Yahi Words. Maps: "The Yahi World" "Ishi's Journey". Decorated
endpapers. fos under front flap. Signed by Kroeber on preliminary page. An important & sympathetic biography. Fine in dj.
1867. Krutch, Joseph Wood (Ed. & Comp.). THE WORLD OF ANIMALS A Treasury of lore, legend and literature by great
writers and naturalists from the 5th century B. C. to the present. NY: Simon & Schuster, 1961. First Edition. 1st printing.
Dramatic pictorial cloth. 508pp. Illus. Essays by such luminaries as Clemens, Audubon, Thoreau, Clarence King, Muir, Seton, David
Crockett, Burroughs, Roosevelt, von Humboldt, Melville, Pepys, & Anon! Near fine in slightly soiled dj with one small chip.
1868. Kubasta, Vojtech. RED RIDING HOOD (pop-up). London: Bancroft & Co. Ltd, 1956. English edition. Illustrated stiff or
hard paper boards; perhaps should call it heavy card stock. Cloth spine. No printing stated. Most likely 1st English edition. Eight (8)
double-page sets of pop-ups. Tab on first set also moves images on front cover and it sticks a little. Illustrated in beautiful full color by
Vojtech Kubasta. An Artia production printed in Czechoslovakia with numeral 321 printed on publishers section. This was the artist's
first pop-up book and, according to one website, it "catapulted" the artist to "the position of feature artist in the famed Artia Verlags.
Quite minor wear; very good condition. one "match-head" size flake on fore edge of front cover. All tabs present & working. Two
narrow folds archivally repaired. Quite a collector's item. (#5012051) $141.75
1869. Kuehner, Fred Carl. HEAVEN OR HELL? n.p.: Christianity Today. Printed wraps. (22pp). Owner's signature top of front
cover. Text pulling from staples, else vg. n.d. (#THEOSHEL323)
1870. Kuhn, William. MRS QUEEN TAKES THE TRAIN A Novel. NY: HarperCollins, 2012. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth &
boards. 374pp. Biographer Kuhn (Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, et. al.) & historian Kuhn (The Politics of Pleasure) provides "... the
perfect cup of tea for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee -- give it to lovers of all things British." "Kuhn explores not on the Queen's inner
life, but the Downton Abbey-style tensions between servants and royals..." Fine in dj. (#SHEL540)
1871. Kulp, Randolph L. (Ed.). THE LIBERTY BELL ROUTE'S 1000 SERIES INTERURBAN CARS. Lehigh Valley Chapter,
Nat'l Railway Hist Soc., Allentown, 1964. First Edition. Pictorial wraps, plastic spiral bound. 82pp. Illust. Diagram. Some spiral
rounds missing, else vg. (#NIC022 - 1)
1872. Kushner, Ellen; Burhans, Richard W. ST. NICHOLAS AND THE VALLEY BEYOND: A Christmas Legend (Signed).
NY: Viking Studio, 1994. First Edition. 1st printing. Tall folio pictorial hardbound. 83pp. Beautifully illustrated. Signed by author
with "best wishes" to no one in particular, & dated1994. Fine in original glassine dj. (#SHEL794) $35.00
1873. Kvasnosky, Laura McGee. Zelda and Ivy : The Runaways (Signed). Candlewick, Cambridge, 2007, 2006. 4th printing.
Hardbound. 42pp. Signed on title page, & with a small original sketch, by Kvasnosky. Charming! Fine, like new in dj. (#5019006)
1874. L'Amour, Louis (Text); Muench, David (Photography). LOUIS L'AMOUR FRONTIER. NY: Bantam, 1984. First Edition.
4to cloth. 210pp. Illustrated in full color with the photos of Muench. One of your bookseller's all-time favorite books of color Western
landscapes. Ample text (essays) throughout by L'Amour, the famed storyteller of the Old West. Fine, like new in dj. (#SHEL420)
1875. L'Amour, Louis. SACKETT. NY: Bantam, 1961. First Thus. 1st printing paperback edition with pictorial cover. 120pp. A
L'Amour classic that was the first of his famous series of stories on the Sackett family. Near fine; virtually unread. Scarce in 1st nice
condition wraps. (#1602097)
1876. L'Amour, Louis. SMOKE FROM THIS ALTAR. Lusk, Oklahoma City, 1939, 1939. First Edition. Gilt-stamped green cloth.
62pp. Pictorial title page. When L'Amour wrote this poetry, he already had the imagination and skill to choose just the right words
evoking the heady romance of adventure beyond the distant horizon. It made him one of the 20th Century's favorite Western authors.
We love L'Amour's dedication: "To Singapore Charlie ... who couldn't read". On the very top edge (rim) of the front cover, & the very
bottom edge (rim), the green dye on the cloth is rubbed off (1" at the top, and two places - 3/4" & 1/4" on the bottom). It's not
noticeable when looking directly at the front of the book. The cloth fiber at those places is sound. Trace of wear elsewhere to the
corners & spine. A very good or better copy. Rare. (#0203077)
1877. La Farge, Oliver, and Scott, Winfield Townley (Ed.). THE MAN WITH THE CALABASH PIPE Some Observations.
Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1966, 1966. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 246pp. Essays about Santa Fe, New Mexico, writing, &
unrelated things. "The cream of thirteen years work". Fine in very slightly edgeworn, pc dj. (#0508071) $12.79
1878. La Junta, Colorado). Cowboy Dance Card Folder. FOURTH ANNUAL COW BOYS' BALL. Democrat Print, (La Junta?),
1908, 1908. First Thus. Ephemera. Not a book. Original printed folder, 4 1/2" x 6" which opens to a cord-tied, printed & folded leaf.
The cover continues to say, "Given by The Boys of the Eastern Range La Junta, Colorado Wednesday, December Thirtieth, '08". An
attractive print font is used. Dotted border on front cover margin. Cover also has gilt imprint of steer or cow with horns, & with
decorative device on either side. Back cover lists Committees in charge of the event. The inside folder is the "Tally Book" dance card
with 34 dances listed (each with a cattle brand beside it) & a line for the dance partners' names to be penciled in. This dancer penciled
in 18 dances/partners. In addition to the 34 dances, the evening began with "Cow Boys' Grand March -- Quadrille" & it ended with
"Maverick Home Sweet Home". The right leaf of the inner folder was once apparently glued to the inside of the back cover, but is no
longer attached. Two brown strips of glue are on the inside of the back cover & there is no residue whatsoever on the facing back page
of the folded leaf. Covers lightly soiled & slightly spotted. This is certainly one of most interesting pieces of cowboy ephemera I have
ever seen. Undoubtedly rare. (#0401080) $180.43
1879. LaBaw, Wallace. L. NAH-OON-KARA The Gold of Breckenridge. Big Mountain Press, n.p., 1965, 1965. First Edition.
Pictorial wraps. (36pp.). Illust. References. Map. Complimentary copy ink stamp on front cover. Laid in folder on LaBaw's
publications. A Breckenridge, Colorado item. Vg. Scarce. (#9705093) $17.13
1880. Laden, Nina. ROBERTO THE INSECT ARCHITECH (Signed). S. F.: Chronicle Books Llc, 2000. First Edition. 1st
printing. 4to pictorial hardbound. Unpag. Signed & dated in year of publication by Laden on the title page, and with a drawing by her
over the signature. Fine, like new in dj. Really a nifty children's illustrated story book with great illustrations! (#JUV011)
1881. Lahaye, Tim; Morris, John David. The Ark on Ararat. Nashville: T. Nelson, 1976. First Thus. 1st paperback edition. 275 pp.
Illustrate d with photos, prints, maps. Near fine. (#5010044) $6.08
1882. Lam, Vincent. BLOODLETTING & MIRACULOUS CURES (Signed). Weinstein, NY, 2007, 2007. First Thus. 1st
printing, U. S. edition. Hardbound. 352pp. Signed by Lam on the title page. Short stories based on real experiences in medical
practice. Winner of the 2006 Giller Prize for fiction. Fine, like new in dj. (#5019010)
1883. Lamar, Howard Roberts. THE FAR SOUTHWEST 1846 - 1912 A Territorial History. New Haven: Yale, 1966. First
Edition. Cloth & boards. 560pp. Illust. Bibliographical Essay. Index. Fldg map. A scholarly study: New Mexico, Taos, Civil War,
Santa Fe, Jefferson Terr., Colorado Terr., Deseret & Utah, Arizona, & a little material on Lincoln Co. & Billy the Kid. There is an
occasional pencil notation in the margins, & a pencil fos & date on the ffep. Else fine in edgeworn dj. 6-guns 1273. (#0909096)
1884. Lamb, F. Bruce. KID CURRY The Life and Times of Harvey Logan and the Wild Bunch. Johnson, Boulder, 1991, 1991.
First Edition. 1st edition thus in pictorial trade wraps. 369pp. Illust. Endnotes, Bibliography, Index. Near fine in wraps. (#0505091)
1885. Lamb, F. Bruce. KID CURRY: The Life and Times of Harvey Logan and the Wild Bunch. Boulder: Johnson Books, 1991.
First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial glossy wraps. 369pp. Illus. Maps. Endnotes. Bibliography. Index. "One of the original members of
the Wild Bunch..." Fine in wraps. (#1402082)
1886. Lampman, Clinton Parks. THE GREAT WESTERN TRAIL (Signed). NY: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1939. First Edition. 1st
printing. Cloth. 280pp. Illus. Warmly inscribed by "The Author" to Mr. & Mrs. Arthur L. Irish. Frontispiece is portrait of Lampman
on horseback on Lampman Brothers Ranch in North Dakota. Fine. No dj. Very scarce. Herd 1302. (#1506070)
1887. Landberg, Lief C.W. THE CHUMASH INDIANS OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. L. A.: Southwest Museum, 1965. First
Edition. Gilt-stamped cloth. 158pp. Illust. Maps. Appendices. References. A publication of the Southwest Museum. There is the
slightest of bumps to upper corner of back cover; also a couple of very small spots on the fore edge. Near fine. (#0007093reup)
1888. Lane, L. W. & Sunset Mag. SUNSET MAGAZINE, "Portland, The River City" Menlo Park: L. W. Lane & Sunset
Magazine, 1964. First Thus. 1st printing in pictorial & gilt-stamped cloth of the June, 1964 issue of Sunset Magazine, featuring a long
article (18pp) on Portland, Oregon. 264pp for total copy. 10-line presentation by Lane to individual named Earl & dated in 1964.
Illustrated in color & b/w. Near fine. Very scarce. Attractive travel magazine specializing in the West. (#1602098) $57.50
1889. Lang, Otto. AROUND THE WORLD IN 90 YEARS: Images from My Life's Journey (Signed). Seattle: Elton Wolf Pub,
2000. First Edition. 1st printing. Oblong cloth. 148pp. Illustrated with the wonderful color photos of Lang. Signed "Best Wishes, Otto
Lang" on ffep. The photographer was nominated for 4 Documentary Film Oscars. Fine in near fine dj. (#SHEL668) $21.15
1890. Lapin, Rabbi Daniel. THOU SHALL PROSPER: Ten Commandments for Making Money (Signed). Hoboken: Wiley,
2002. First Edition. 1st printing. Hardbound. 362pp. Notes. Index. Warmly and wittily inscribed by Lapin to your bookseller. Fine in
dj. (#50211047) $30.00
1891. Larsen, Lawrence H. THE PRESIDENT WORE SPATS A Biography of Glenn Frank. State Historical Society of
Wisconsin, Madison, 1965., 1965. First Edition. Cloth. 198pp. Sources. Index. Biography of President of the University of Wisconsin,
1925-1937. Fine, as new in dj. (#FTR259) $7.70
1892. Lash, Kenneth. A LOT FOR THE MONEY Stories, Poems, Essays. Cedar Falls: The North American Review, Univ. of
Northern Iowa, 1982. Pictorial wraps. 116pp. The author was former editor of The New Mexico Quarterly. Fine. Uncommon.
1893. Lass, William E. FROM THE MISSOURI TO THE GREAT SALT LAKE An Account of Overland Freighting.
(Lincoln), 1972., 1972. First Edition. 1st edition. Cloth. 312pp. Illust. Maps. Tables. Appendices (Biographical Sketches & List of
Freighters). Bibliography. Index. Chapters on trade beginnings (1848), Mormon War & Nebraska City, Colorado Gold Rush, Union
Pacific, Black Hills, etc. Fine in moderately worn dj with no chips. (#9911104) $13.12
1894. Latta, Estelle. CONTROVERSIAL MARK HOPKINS the Great Swindle of American History. Sacramento & Durham:
Cothran Historical & Research Foundation, 1963. Limited First Edition. Revised edition with supplementary information. Cloth.
257pp. Illus. California biography from the Gold Rush and after. Fine in dj severely chipped on rear panel. (#1602099)
1895. Laude, G. A. KANSAS SHORTHORNS A History of the Breed in the State from 1857 to 1920. Iola, 1920., 1920. First
Edition. Gilt-stamped cloth. 647pp. Illust. Spine faded (but gilt still strong & showing). Minor wear to cover extremities. Tight & good
copy. Herd 1310. (#0011079)
1896. Laut, Agnes C. ENCHANTED TRAILS OF GLACIER PARK (Signed association). NY: Robert M. McBride, 1926. First
Edition. Lovely gilt-stamped & pictorial cloth. 251pp. Illustrated with high qualilty b/w photos. Endpaper maps (Glacier Nat'l Park &
Nat'l Park System of U.S.). This copy presented in 1928 to the beloved author of My Life As An Indian & other books on the
Blackfeet, James Willard Schultz, by Bozeman bookseller S. G. Phillips, whose bookseller's label is at bottom of the rear paste down.
Schultz did not sign this copy, but his surviving wife, Jessie Donaldson did, in pencil on margin of front paste down beside map. Near
fine. No dj. Unique association copy. Smith 5735. (#1011085)$202.60
1897. Laut, Agnes C. THROUGH OUR UNKNOWN SOUTHWEST. NY: McBride, Nast & Co, 1913. First Edition. 1st printing.
Gilt-stamped cloth. 271pp. Illustrated with nice photogravures. Untrimmed. Back hinge crack re-glued. Bottom corner of front cover
bumped. Good. No dj. (#1209093) $10.94
1898. Lavallee, Barbara. PAINTED LADIES AND OTHER CELEBRATIONS. Epicenter, Fairbanks, 1995., 1995. First Edition.
1st printing. Oblong gilt-stamped 4to hardbound. 80pp. Wonderfully illustrated with Lavalee's unmistakable art, primarily depicting
plump ladies. Fine, as new in dj & original slipcase. (#5009020)
1899. Lavash, Donald R. SHERIFF WILLIAM BRADY Tragic Hero of The Lincoln County War (Signed). Santa Fe: Sunstone
Pr, 1986. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 128pp. Illust. Maps. Index. Bibliography. Signed by Lavash. Owner's address label inside
front cover. Near fine. (#0909097) $16.20
1900. Lavender, David. THE BIG DIVIDE (Signed). Garden City: Doubleday & Co, 1949. Later, most likely 2nd printing. Cloth.
321pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Endpaper maps. Presentation copy from Lavender to Northwest bookseller & regional historian,
Jerome Peltier. "The lively story of the people of the southern Rocky Mountains from Yellowstone to Santa Fe." Fine in chipped, pc
dj. 6-guns 1291, Herd 1314. (#1302071)
1901. Lavley, J. E. SCENES ON THE HIGH DRIVE North Cheyenne and Bear Creek Canyons (Colorado). H. H. Tammen
Curio Co., Denver, 1907, 1907. First Edition. 4to pictorial cord-tied wraps. (32pp.). 30 half-tone photos from the Colorado Rockies,
particularly the sites indicated in the title near Colorado Springs. Decorated borders, titles, & brief description. Corners of text/photos
ever so slightly worn/curled; couple of short tears. Lower front cover corner with old crease. Good+. Scarce. Henkle Collection 602.
1902. Lavy, Mickey. MICKEY LAVY'S SKETCH BOOK of fun things to do and see in the southwest quadrant of New
Mexico. N.p., 1968., 1968. 1st edition? Pict wraps. Unpag. Illust/Hurd, Crumbo, et. al. Stain on bottom of fr cover, else vg.
1903. Lawrence, Iain. Gemini Summer (Signed). Delacorte, NY, 2006, 2006. First Edition. 1st printing. Hardbound. 261pp. A
novel for younger readers. Fine, like new in dj. (#5007045) $8.10
1904. Lawrence, Sarahlee. RIVER HOUSE : A Memoir (Signed). Portland: Tin House, 2010. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial
wraps. 272pp. Signed by Lawrence. "... a young woman's story about returning home" to remote central Oregon. Acclaimed by
William Kittredge, et. al. Fine. (#1408086) $20.01
1905. Laxalt, (Sen.) Robert. SWEET PROMISED LAND (Signed). Reno, Nevada, U.S.A.: Univ of Nevada Pr, 1986. First Thus.
Reprint edition with new Foreword written by Coordinator of Basque Studies Program, William A. Douglass. Cloth. 176pp.
Presentation copy signed & dated by author (1991). Owner's address label ffep. "... an affectionate portrait of (the author's) immigrant
father who returns to his Basque homeland after living nearly half a century on the ranges of the American West." Fine in dj (latter
with vertical crease down the front flap). A beautifully written book. (#0611082)
1906. Le Guin, Ursula K. THE TELLING (Signed). NY: Ace Trade, 2001. First Thus. 1st printing of the trade wraps edition.
Pictorial wraps. 246pp. Signed & dated by Le Guin in 2001. Fine, like new. (#5009088) $15.00
cloth (about 8 1/2" x 9 1/2"). 193pp. Illustrated with the action photos of Vernon & John Biever, the former being official team
photographer for the Packers, & the latter staff photographer for Sports Illustrated. Foreword by PAUL HORNUNG. Introduction by
BART STARR. Afterword by VINCE LOMBARDI, JR. Index. Surely this book deserves a place with the best of the Packer books.
The true first issue of this title was snapped up rapidly by fans. Fine, as new in dj. Now very scarce. (#5013009b) $60.75
1908. Lea, Tom; Stone, Marvin. THE SPANISH SOUTHWEST An Exhibit at the Dallas Public Library June 15 - July 2, 1971.
Dallas: Dallas Public Library, 1971. First Edition. 1st printing. Oblong wraps with decorative printed label. (32pp.). Beautifully
illustrated with prints/pages from rare books on the subject of the exhibition. Also beautifully designed by William Wittliff & the
Encino Press. (#SHEL869)
1909. Lea, Tom. THE PRIMAL YOKE A Novel. Boston: Little Brown & Co, 1960. First Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-pictorial cloth.
336pp. Illustrated by the fine artist. fos on front paste down. Fine in near fine dj. (#1307085)
1910. Lea, Tom. THE WONDERFUL COUNTRY A Novel. Boston: Little Brown & Co, 1952. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial
cloth. 387pp. Illustrated with the fine work of the author. Very slightly soiled; near fine in dj with 2.5" closed tear & another shorter
one on front panel; browning to dj backstrip & edges. (#1307086)
1911. Leach, Eugene Walter. RACINE COUNTY MILITANT An Illustrated Narrative of War Times, and a Soldier' Roster.
Privately Printed, Racine, 1915, 1915. First Edition. 1st edition. Royal 8vo gilt-stamped burgundy cloth. 394pp.. Illustrated abundantly
with small portraits & full page images; also photos of documents. This book is an incredibly extensive listing of name of soldiers
from Racine County, Wisconsin, who served in the Civil War and the Spanish-American War. The title page continues: "A Pioneer
Publication Undertaken in the interest of Patriotic Americans in Racine County, Wisconsin." And further, "A home-made book, about
home people, for home people." First half of the book is composed of continuous short, linked narratives describing the situation,
conditions in Racine Co., politics, resisters to the war & to Lincoln, their punishment, etc. There are multiple lists of people, such as
those who contributed to the Patriotic Fund, & how much they gave; prisoners of war; reunion of regiments. Information on Camp
Utley, Soldiers' Aid Societies, etc.. The last two-thirds of the volume consists of multiple rosters from both wars, including unit
assignment, rank, where they were from, & when mustered out. Also lists of the dead. Lists of Commanders-in-Chief of the of the
GAR Encampments according to state, date of election, & location of Encampments. Having spent this much ink in trying to describe
this volume, let me say that it would take all night to list the items therein. One two pages, the name of Heinrich Schelp is circled
(Civil War roster, & prisoner of war list). Condition: Good+. One page has badly wrinked corner. Covers have wear to extremities, but
are certainly good+. A rarity. (#5014033) $141.75
1912. Leach, Joseph. THE TYPICAL TEXAN Biography of an American Myth (Signed). SMU, Dallas, 1952, 1952. First
Edition. Cloth. 178pp. Illustrated by Jose Cisneros, plus early engravings/woodcuts. Bibliography. Index. Presentation copy signed &
dated by Leach. Signed by printer/designer Carl Hertzog on printing page in rear. Gift presentation inscription on front paste down receiver same as Leach presentation. Near fine. Lacking the dj. Hertzog 81, Dykes 50 p59, Dobie pp56-57 ("Leach dissects the myth
and then swallows it."). (#0511086)
1913. Leahy, Tiffany. ANNADYOMENE (Signed). Bothell: Book Publishers Network, 2011. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial
wraps. 217pp. Review copy stamp on top of title page. Presentation copy to someone (first name only and author's statement, "What's
your secret?"). Fine. (#5014060) $25.00
1914. Leather). THE STORY OF LEATHER. Girard (OH): The Ohio Leather Co., 1949. First Edition. Small oblong pictorial
wraps. 80pp. Illust with b/w photos showing hides being processed. "A trip through a Modern Leather Plant - a brief treatise in picture
and text about the production of Chrome Upper Leather". Slight price sticker removal abrasion on front cover, else vg. (#9805088)
1915. Lecard, Marc. Tiny Little Troubles (Signed). New York: Minotaur Books, 2008. First Edition. 1st printing. Hardbound. 339
pp. Signed & dated by Lecard shortly after publication. Dj blurb: "For those of us who like our crime writing with a dose of dark
humor". Set in San Francisco. Fine, like new in dj. (#5022006)
1916. Lee, Babs. MEASURED FOR MURDER. Charles Scribner's Sons, NY, 1944, 1944. First Edition. Small 8vo cloth. 228pp.
An Argus Steele murder mystery. Small owner's signature on the top of the ffep. Light soiling or perhaps an old stain on the lower
corner of the back cover, triangular, about 2" x 2". Else vg in dj that is moderately worn generally & with top & bottom of the
backstrip chipped (1/4" at the top & 1/2" at the bottom). Not price-clipped. (#5007054) $11.74
1917. Lee, John Doyle). Nichols, A. B. THE MORMON MENACE; being the confession of John Doyle Lee, DANITE, and
official assassin of the Mormon Church under the late Brigham Young. NY: Home Protection Pub Co, 1905. First Thus. 1st
printing of the abridged version of the rare 1877 Mormonism Unveiled. Gilt-stamped blue cloth 368pp. Illus. Intro by Alfred Henry
Lewis. Appendix: "Blood Atonement", "The Story of Lee's Arrest", "Death of John Doyle Lee". Lee's autobiography, culminating in
the Mountain Meadows Massacre & his impending execution. Near fine. Much better condition than most copies, whether in the more
common green binding, or the apparently scarcer blue. Tight. No loose or broken hinges. No ownership or other signatures or marks.
No dj, we suspect as issued. Very scarce in this condition. Flake 4850, 6-guns 1312. (#1204079) $202.60
1918. Lee, Norman. KLONDIKE CATTLE DRIVE The Journal of Norman Lee. Mitchell, Vancouver, 1960, 1960. First Thus.
1st trade edition. Cloth with small gilt vignette. 58pp. Designed & produced with great bookmaking values. Most attractively
illustrated with the author's drawings. Tipped in folding facsimile map of Western Canada & routes to the Klondike. Tipped in
facsimiles of original documents related to Lee's incredible drive of 200 head of cattle from the Chilcotin Plateau of British Columbia
through the mountains to Dawson, Yukon Territory. This is Lee's diary, eventually published after a CBC commentator, Eileen Laurie,
became acquainted with Lee's widow. Laurie, wrote the Foreword. Fine in dj. (#0408073)
1919. Lee, Thomas A., Jr. JMETIC LUBTON: Some Modern and Pre-Hispanic Maya Ceremonial Customs in the Highlands
of Chiapas, Mexico. New World Archaeological Foundation, BYU, Provo, 1972, 1972. First Edition. Quarto printed wraps. 28pp.
Illust. References. Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation, #29. Small abrasion toward bottom of front cover, else fine.
Scarce. (#5009048)
1920. Lee, W. Storrs. THE GREAT CALIFORNIA DESERTS. Putnams, NY, 1963, 1963. First Edition. Cloth. 306pp. Quotations
Sources. Index. Map. "... a definitive 'biography' rich in folklore, personal drama and historical significance of this extraordinary
western region." Fine in edgworn dj with one long (2 1/2") tear closed. Otherwise one small chip. (#0606093)
1921. Lee, Wayne C. DEADLY DAYS IN KANSAS. Caldwell, 1997., 1997. First Edition. 4to pictorial wraps. 130pp. Illust.
Bibliography, Index. Good review of Kansas outlaws & shootouts. Closed tear & abrasion mark on right edge of front cover. Very
good reading copy. (#5009019)
1922. Lefebvre, Irene Sturm. CHEROKEE STRIP IN TRANSITION A Documentary. Enid, 1993., 1993. First Edition. Oblong
4to silver-stamped hardbound. 112pp. Illust. Maps. An excellent resource, one of the best to come out of the Cherokee Strip centennial
in 1993. Railroads, cattle, military location s, land rush, Native Americans, etc. Surprisingly scarce, especially in the hardbound
binding. No dj as issued. Waviness to pages due to exposure to dampness; damp stain just visible across bottom of pages. Covers
unaffected. Priced thus. (#0203082)
1923. Lefebvre, Mark E., Editor. Derleth, August, Stuart, Jesse, & Gard, Robert E. THE ONLY PLACE WE LIVE. Wisconsin
House, Madison, 1976., 1976. First Edition. Oblong quarto cloth. 186pp. Lovely wood engravings by Frank Utpatel. Personal
reflections on home places by three giants of regional literature. Fine in complete dj with several edge tears. Scarce. (#FTR086)
1924. Lefors, Joe. WYOMING PEACE OFFICER An Autobiography. Laramie: Privately Printed, 1954. 2nd printing. Red cloth.
200pp. Illus. Appendices. Index. Much sought autobiography of the peace officer whose career was of the highest interest. He is
perhaps most remembered for his part in the arrest & confession of Tom Horn, about which much debate continues to this day. This
copy is a splendid, fine copy in near fine dj. No chips to the latter, & only a tiny edge tear on the back panel & some soiling to back
panel. 6-guns 1315, Herd 1323, 150 #95. (#1003077)$117.45
1925. Lehrman, Frederic. THE SACRED LANDSCAPE (Signed). Berkeley: Celestial Arts, 1988. Special Edition. The special slipcased edition. Original pictorial & gilt-stamped 4to cloth (no dj issued with this edition) in custom slipcase with silk ribbon. 128pp.
Fabulously illustrated with landscape photographs from famous photographers, mainly in color but some in b/w. Long & warm recent
inscription to ____ and ____ & dated/signed by Lehrman. The selection was made by Lehrman and fully credited, & he wrote the
original text, along with selecting verses from various sources. A paeon to "Mother Earth" and all that is beautiful in nature in the
world. Fine in slipcase. (#SHEL715)
1926. Leigh Yawkey Woodson) (Birds in Art). THE LEIGH YAWKEY WOODSON ART MUSEUM presents the 1977 BIRD
ART EXHIBIT Honoring GEORGE MIKSCH SUTTON. Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum, Wausau, 1977, 1977. First Edition.
Pictorial color wraps. 48pp. Illustrated in b/w. The second exhibition year catalogue. That year Sutton was the Master Wildlife Artist.
Tiny nick top edge. Near fine. Scarce. (#5017053) $28.35
1927. Leigh Yawkey Woodson) (Birds in Art). THE LEIGH YAWKEY WOODSON ART MUSEUM presents the 1977 BIRD
ART EXHIBITION Honoring ROGER TORY PETERSON. Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum, Wausau, 1978, 1978. First
Edition. Pictorial color wraps. 64pp. Illustrated in b/w. The third exhibition year catalogue. That year the famed Peterson was the
Master Wildlife Artist. Previous owner's embossed name and address (Tomahawk, Wisc.) top of front cover. Original "Suggested
Donation $1.00" on top of cover, also. Else fine. Scarce. (#5017054) $36.45
1928. Lembersky, Mark. MOUNT ST. HELENS (Association signed) Images of An Unexpected Landscape. Portland: Blue
Heron, 2000. First Edition. 1st printing. Oblong 4to glossy pictorial wraps. Illustrated with fine and penetrating color photos, and
some black & white, by Lembersky. Foreword by Sen. Mark Hatfield. This copy signed & dated upon publication by Phil Wikelund,
who is credited in the first line of the Acknowledgments, "This book grew from a combination of Phil Wikelund's ideas..." Purchased
with this copy will also be an 18pp, greatly abridged copy in full dimension wrappers format with same glossy cover photos & cover
text. Thus, two items, each one fine, as new. (#SHEL352)
1929. Lence, Karen V. A HISTORY OF THE WESTERN BOOKS EXHIBITION If They've Got to Flap, Let Them Flap
Splendidly. L. A.: Rounce & Coffin Club, 1978. Limited First Edition. Ltd to 250 copies. Decorated boards. 94pp. Appendices.
Printed by Richard Hoffman for the well-known Western Americana book club. Fine. No dj as issued. (#1412077) $15.01
1930. Lende, Heather (Signed). IF YOU LIVED HERE, I'D KNOW YOUR NAME (Signed) News from Small-Town Alaska.
New York: Algonquin Books, 2005. ARC. Advance Proof. Pictorial wraps. 281pp. Signed by Lende. About Haines, Alaska, the
author's "take on her offbeat Alaskan hometown (celebrating) life in a dangerous and breathtakingly beautiful place." Fine, like new.
(#1003078ARC) $16.19
1931. Lentfer, Hank; Servid, Carolyn. ARCTIC REFUGE: A Circle of Testimony (Signed). Minneapolis: Milkweed Editions,
2001. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 118pp. Map. Contributors bios. Chapter head vignettes. Signed by Lentfer. "This wonderful
collection of testimonials truly brings home the natural beauty and cultural importance of the Arctic Refuge." Fine, like new in wraps.
1932. Lenz, Johann Maria. CHRISTUS IN DACHAU oder CHRISTUS DER SIEGER Ein Religioses Volksbuch und ein
Kirchengeschichtliches zeugnis (Signed). Wien-Mauer: Libri CAtholici, 1957. First Edition. 1st printing. Red cloth. 470pp. Illus.
Index of names. Signed on ffep, "Greetings from F. M. Lenz. "Printed in Austria" stamp on preliminary page. Near fine, no dj.
1933. Leonard, Irving Albert (Trans, Intro, & Notes by). THE MERCURIO VOLANTE OF DON CARLOS DE SIGUENZA Y
GONGORA An Account of the First Expedition of Don Diego de Vargas into New Mexico in 1692. L. A.: Quivera Society, 1932.
Limited/Numbered. 1st printing thus of this edition, #243 of 665 copies. Tall 8vo cloth. 136pp. Illustrated with photogravures. Fldg
map. Near fine. Vuivera Society Publication Vol. 3. (#1506071)
1934. Leonard, Willard. HORSE SENSE. Portland: Oregon Historical Society, 1984. First Edition. 4to cloth. 128pp. Illus. Glossary.
"Born in 1902 in the rugged ranch country of eastern Oregon, as a youth (Leonard) made his living as an 'oldtime cowboy'" In this
book he writes of "his friends and family and especially of his work and the men with whom he shared his days..." "Growing up in
Lakeview", "Stockmen of Eastern Oregon", "Oregon Indians", etc. Fine, like new in dj (one short back tear). (#SHEL419) $12.15
OKLAHOMA. Great Plains Hist. Assoc, Lawton, 1966, 1966. First Edition. 4to printed wraps. 72pp. Illust. Maps, Tables, Figures. A
report submitted to the Nat'l Park Service incorporating artifacts of early American Indians. Fine. Uncommon. (#0711221) $18.00
1936. Lesley, Craig & Stavrakis, Katheryn (Co-Eds.). DREAMERS AND DESPERADOES Contemporary Short Fiction of the
American West (Signed). Laurel/Dell, NY, 1993, 1993. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 532pp. Author Biographies.
Signed by Lesley & Stavrakis. A collection of stories by Barbara Kingsolver, Richard Ford, Barry Lopez, Tess Gallaher, Amy Tan,
Carolyn See, Linda Hogan, Ron Carlson, Ursula LeGuin, Kathleen Alcala, Rudolfo Anaya, Rick Bass, Mary Blew, Ron Carlson, Rick
DeMarinis, Ivan Doig, David Duncan, Percival Everett, Molly Gloss, James Houston, Karen Karbo, Craig Lesley, Katheryn Stavrakis,
James Welch,Terry Tempest Williams, & a few more. Moderate & even curl to fore edge of cover & first few pages, else fine.
1937. Lesley, Craig. THE SKY FISHERMAN (Signed). Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1995, 1995. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth
& bds. 304pp. Presentation copy signed & dated by Lesley soon after publication. Highly regarded novel set in Oregon, "Laced with
the solace of the great outdoors and infused with the spirituality of Indians on the local reservation." Laid in is the publisher's promo
with quote from Terry Tempest Williams. Fine, as new in dj. (#5010013)
1938. Lesley, Craig. STORM RIDERS (Signed). Picador, NY, 2000, 2000. First Edition. 1st printing. Hardbound. 339pp. Signed
& dated by Lesley shortly after publication. Copies of several newspaper reviews laid in. "An extraordinarily moving tale... of an
idealistic Caucasian father's agonizing relationship with his adopted son, a Tlingit Indian boy cursed with fetal alcohol syndrome and
an abusive childhood. Fine, like new in dj. (#0805085)
1939. Lesley, Craig. STORM RIDERS (Signed). Picador, NY, 2000, 2000. First Edition. 1st printing. Hardbound. 339pp. Signed
& dated by Lesley shortly after publication. "An extraordinarily moving tale... of an idealistic Caucasian father's agonizing
relationship with his adopted son, a Tlingit Indian boy cursed with fetal alcohol syndrome and an abusive childhood. Fine, like new in
dj. (#SHEL175) $19.35
1940. Lesley, Craig. THE SKY FISHERMAN. (Signed). Boston, 1995., 1995. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 304pp.
Presentation copy signed & dated by Lesley in year of publication. The fine Pacific Northwest writer's 3rd novel, set in small town
Oregon. Lauded by Terry Tempest Williams, Ivan Doig, & Barry Lopez. Fine, almost like new in dj which has a short, 1 1/4" scratch
on the left side of the front panel. (#9601096)
ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE CIVIL WAR. New York: Mrs. Frank Leslie, 1894. First Edition. Folio, 11 3/4" x 16 1/2".
True first cloth bound edition. 480pp. Profusely illustrated with wood engravings and other types of print images, some double spread,
some single page, and some multiple images on a page. The title page continues: "Most Important Events of the Conflict Between the
States graphically pictured. Stirring Battle Scenes and Grand Naval Engagements, drawn by special artists on the spot. Portraits of
Principal Participants, Military and Civil; Famous Forts; Pathetic Episodes, Etc., Etc. the whole forming An Authentic Pictorial
History of the War, by such well-known artists as (extended list) with an introduction by Joseph B. Carr, Major-General. Condition:
Re-backed with almost the entire original cloth retained over a new spine -- small loss to original cloth at spine ends. Otherwise
original covers and endpapers with new binding that has tightened the text block and made this copy ready for another one hundred
years of reference and enjoyment to the collector and researcher. Some pages have a few very short edge tears. There are four
sequential leaves that inexplicably have chipped edges but the chips do not affect the images or text on those pages. There is a very
handsomely written ownership signature & date in broad pencil on a blank preliminary page, "April 1, 1895 William K. Hayes
Bridgeport, Conn." Gilt on the cover is very good. There is some general wear & the right edge area of the front cover is darker than
the rest of the cover. The rear cover has considerable old moisture stain/bleaching, and thus is compromised visually, but is clean and
stable. Very scarce now in the first edition. (#0811097)
1942. Lesser, Rose. TYPHOON AND . (Signed). More Joy, Kawasaki, 1982., 1982. First Thus. 1st edition thus. Oblong
dramatically printed red cloth. 228pp. Illustrated with black & white photos. Presentation copy signed & dated from Lesser, in large
handwriting, taking up most of the ffep. Folding map. A book of photos & accounts of typhoons & storms affecting Japan. Fine in dj.
1943. Lester, Charles Stanley. THE HISTORIC JESUS A Study of the Synoptic Gospels. NY: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1912. First
Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped cloth. 426pp. Index. fos. Laid in printed folder (4pp) from publisher, "Crown Theological Library"
(list of volumes) & "The Theological Library Translation Series, New Series" (list of volumes). Moderate wear to extremities. Vg
copy. Very scarce. (#THEOSHEL399)
1944. Levy, Lester S. FLASHES OF MERRIMENT A Century of Humorous Songs in America 1805-19905. Norman: OU,
1971. First Edition. 1st printing. Large 8vo cloth. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Fine in dj. (#SHEL880)
1945. Lewis and Clark Exposition). SOUVENIR OF LEWIS & CLARK EXPOSITION PORTLAND, OREGON June 1st to
October 15, 1905. Frank S. Thayer, Denver, (1905), 1905. First Edition. Very attractive oblong red & blue embossed, cord-tied
wraps. 20 photos in various monotones, 6 5/8" x 9 3/4". The book is 10" x 11 3/4". "Phototype Illustrations of the Principal Buildings
at the Fair Grounds, together with some General Views of the Great Northwest, Mountains, Big Trees and Rivers." In near fine
condition with the covers very slightly faded near the cord, & with a bit of curl to the front cover fore corners. Scarce & highly
collectable. OCLC (WorldCat) locates only 7 institutional copies of this item. (1905) (#0502093) $164.03
1946. Lewis, Alfred Henry. WOLFVILLE NIGHTS. NY, 1902., 1902. First Edition. 1st edition. Lovely gilt-stamped pict cloth.
326pp. fos/date. More cowboy stories. Vg. (#8810099)
1947. Lewis, Dale. ROY HOUCK BUFFALO MAN. Ft. Pierre, 1992., 1992. Limited First Edition. Ltd to 250 cloth copies. 147pp.
Illust. The Houck family settled in 1960 on 50,000 acres of the buffalo grass of Stanley County, South Dakota. This privately printed
item is their story, especially about raising a herd of buffalo. It includes a chapter on the filming of Dances With Wolves on their land.
Fine, as new, in dj. (#9705096)
1948. Lewis, Flannery. SUNS GO DOWN. NY: Macmillan, 1937. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 226pp. Owner's printed name &
her bookshop stamp in endpapers. She was Gertrude Mohr Murtha & ran a bookshop in Pike Place Market in Seattle. Also owner's
label on paste down of W. G. Finck, Arroyo Grande, Cal. "... the story, half portrait, half memoir, of (Lewis') grandmother..."
(Virginia City & Gold Hill). She was "one of the first respectable women to reach the Comstock Lode." Small scribble on paste down.
Vg in chipped, but vg dj. (#1402085)
1949. Lewis, Kenneth R. (Signed). LITTLE BLUE WHALES A Novel. Krill Press, 2009. First Edition. Apparent 1st edition.
Glossy pictorial wraps. 302pp. Signed by Lewis on half-title. Publisher's promo card laid in. Fine, like new. (#P1004)
1950. Lewis, Oscar. SILVER KINGS The Lives and Times of Mackay, Fair, Flood, and O'Brien Lords of the Nevada
Comstock Lode. NY, 1947., 1947. First Edition. 1st edition. Cloth. 286pp. Illust. Vg in edgeworn, chipped dj. (#9111108) $19.68
1951. Lewis, Paul Owen. FROG GIRL (Signed). Hillsboro: Beyond Words, 1997. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial 4to
hardbound. (33pp). Illustrated by the artist-author. Signed by Lewis. This is one of the most beautiful "children's illustrated" books I
have ever offered. Great artistry, along with a spare story line that powerfully & authentically represents the totemic meaning of many
Pacific Northwest coastal peoples. Primary motif has to do with the frog people & the "supernatural relatedness of animal people and
human people." Author's notes in rear are masterfully written. Fine in dj. (#1307087)
1952. Lewis, Paul Owen. STORM BOY (Signed). Hillsboro: Beyond Words, 1995. First Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial 4to
hardbound. (33pp). Illustrated by the artist-author. Signed by Lewis. This is one of the most beautiful "children's illustrated" books I
have ever offered. Great artistry, along with a spare story line that powerfully & authentically represents the masks & "mythology" of
many Pacific Northwest coastal peoples. An award winning book long out of print in the first edition. Primary motif has to do with the
killer whale (Orca) people. Author's notes in rear are masterfully written. Fine in dj. (#1307088) $25.01
1953. Lewis, Thomas H. FORGOTTEN BATTLES ALONG THE YELLOWSTONE. Ramona, CA: Acoma Books, 1985. First
Edition. 4to printed red wraps. 19pp., including 5pp of text. Illustrated with drawings. A brief book noting petroglyphs & pictographs
"scattered throughout Montana on remote cliffs and cave walls" which depict old Indian battles. Fine copy. Quite scarce. (#0903087)
1954. Lewis, William S. & Murakami, Naojiro (Eds.). RANALD MACDONALD The Narrative of his early life on the Columbia
under the Hudson's Bay Company's regime; of his experiences in the Pacific Whale Fishery; and of his great Adventure to
Japan; with a sketch of his later life on the Western Frontier. Eastern Washington State Historical Society, Spokane, 1923, 1923.
Limited First Edition. 1st edition, ltd to 1,000 copies. Cloth with gilt-stamped spine. 333pp. Illust. Index, Appendix, Bibliography.
Born in Ft. Astoria in 1824, MacDonald spent several years in Japan, but most of his adult life was spent in "mining and other
ventures" in British Columbia. Ex-lib, but with only one interior stamp, no edge stamps. Pocket & label on front paste down. Call
number on lower spine has been cleaned off & some coating to the cloth rubbed away. Upper half of front cover with faint dampstain.
Faint dampstain near binding about one hundred pages into the book. Withal, a nice looking reading copy. Very, very scarce now.
Tweney 46, Smith 6300. (#0205096)
1955. Leydet, Franqois (Ed.). TOMORROW'S WILDERNESS. SF, 1963., 1963. First Edition. 1st edition. Pict cloth & bds.
262pp. Illustrated with b/w photos of "Oregon's Skyline Wilderness" by famed Oregon photographer Ray Atkeson, et. al., & with a
portfolio by Ansel Adams. A Sierra Club book with a dozen or so essays & papers delivered at the Eighth Wilderness Conference,
along with transcripts of the discussions (which included such luminaries as Ansel Adams & Wallace Stegner). Fos. Vg in rubbed,
moderately edgeworn dj. Scarce. (#9808103)
1956. Leynse, Rev. James P. PRECEDING THE MAYFLOWER The Pilgrims in England and in the Netherlands. NY:
Fountainhead, 1972. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth with gilt vignette. 286pp. Appendix, "Passengers on the Mayflower."
Bibliography. Index. There is a small stamped vignette on the front blank page, upon which the author has inscribed (to no one by
name), "Place your hand in the Hand of the Lord of Eternity - James P. Leynse." Fine in vg pc dj which has a few short edge tears & a
crease edge at the top of the front panel. (#LO1.013) $25.00
1957. Lida. FLUFF The Little Wild Rabbit. NY: Harper & Bros, 1937. Not printing/edition stated, but same year on title page &
copyright page. 4to cloth. Ex-lib. Translated into English by Georges DuPlaix. Good reading copy. (#SHEL581)
1958. Liddell, Ken. SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S 'ROAMIN' EMPIRE'. Calgary: Frontier, 1970. Early printing, about 1970.
Pictorial wraps. 64pp. Illus. Vg+. Good travel & historical description of several main highways/trails in Alberta: Trans-Canada,
MacLeod, Dinosaur, Kananaskis, etc. Frontier Book No. 6. Small spots on lower back cover; still vg. (#1307089) $7.00
1959. Light, Douglas W. FOOTPRINTS IN THE DUST. North Battleford: Turner-Warwick, 1987. First Edition. 1st printing.
635pp. Illus. Appendices. Index. Signed by Light. Saskatchewan River, Cut Knife Hill, Mixed-Bloods, Louis Riel, Poundmaker, &
events before, during & after Battle of Cut Knife Hill. Extensively researched. Fine in dj. (#1302072)
1960. Lincoln, Abraham. DISCOVERIES AND INVENTIONS A Lecture by Abraham Lincoln Delivered in 1860. S. F.: John
Howell, 1915. Limited First Edition. Ltd to 1,000 copies. Gilt-stamped purple paper over boards. Unpag. Inscribed in 1922 in Seattle
by Publisher Howell to Max Miller (very likely the author of the popular book, "I Cover The Waterfront"). Laid in typed note on
imprinted paper of bookseller George Tweney stating that this book was "printed under the direction of John Henry Nash..." Fading,
as expected, to cover borders. Else fine. No dj as issued. (#1209096) $40.52
1961. Linderman, Frank B. INDIAN OLD-MAN STORIES More Sparks From War Eagle's Lodge-Fire. Charles Scribners
Sons, NY, 1920, 1920. First Edition. Pictorial cloth. 169pp. Illustrated with color plates & b/w pen & ink sketches by Charles M.
Russell. Small ink inscription top of front paste down, & pencil fos/date on ffep. Moderate soiling & a few small stains on front cover.
Minor wear to extremities. Good+. Y-R p17. (#0606097)
1962. Linderman, Frank B. INDIAN WHY STORIES Sparks from War Eagle's Lodge-Fire. Charles Scribner's Sons, NY, 1915,
1915. First Edition. Pictorial cloth. 236pp. Illustrated with wonderful color plates & b/w pen & ink sketches by Charles M. Russell.
Back cover waterstained. Reading copy only. Y-R p15. (#0606098) $49.21
1963. Linderman, Frank Bird. (Dempsey, Hugh A., Intro.). WOLF AND THE WINDS. Norman: OU, 1986. First Edition. 1st
edition. Hardbound. 215pp. This book is Linderman's previously unpublished account, "somewhat fictionalized", of the Gros Ventre
leader. Linderman "knew him, admired him, & mourned his passing." Fine, as new in dj. (#SHEL866)
1964. Lindsay, Vachel (Harris, Mark, Edit. & Intro). SELECTED POEMS OF VACHEL LINDSAY. Collier, NY, 1967., 1967.
First Edition. 1st Collier Books Edition. Pictorial wraps. 210pp. Fine. (#FTR024)
1965. Lindsay, Vachel. GOING-TO-THE-SUN A Book of Pictures and Verses. D. Appleton, NY, 1923, 1923. First Edition. 1st
edition. Attractive gilt-stamped pictorial cloth. 101pp. Illustrated with drawings by Lindsay. Presentation inscription, not by the
author, but from Spokane (briefly the home of the troubled Illinois poet). Pencil fos. Fine in scarce dj, some staining on back of same,
& with chips to head/toe of spine & couple of other places. The author's poems inspired by his tramp through the Rockies with a
friend. (#0306087)
1966. Lindsay, Vachel. THE GOLDEN WHALES OF CALIFORNIA and other rhymes in the American language.
(Association copy). NY, 1920., 1920. First Edition. Decorated small 8vo cloth. 181pp. Glued on the front paste down, the ffep, its
verso, & the blank preliminary page are clippings regarding Lindsay, & also one original photograph of the famous Illinois poet with
two friends. The photo (2 1/2" x 3 1/8", corner clipped) is of Lindsay & a family in Idaho looking upon some wildflowers with a hand
written caption under it & the owner's signature above it. The clipping (taped , not glued) on the verso is an obituary of Lindsay's
widow. Another clipping, folded, is a eulogy of Lindsay, himself. Other than the affixing of the extra items, a vg copy & nice
association item. (#0205098)
1967. Lindsey, Robert. A GATHERING OF SAINTS: A True Story of Money, Murder and Deceit. NY: Simon & Schuster,
1988. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 397pp. Illus. Index. Account of what was behind the Salt Lake City bombings in
1985. The slightest of fading at top of covers, barely worth mentioning. Fine in dj. (#1402087) $9.50
1968. Lindstrom, Joyce (Edit.); Connell, William J.; Reynolds, James S. IDAHO'S VIGILANTES. Moscow: Idaho Research
Foundation & Univ. Press of ID, 1984. 1st Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 103pp. Front. Map. Vignette drawings. Fine.
1969. Linduska, Joseph P. (Ed.) (Signed). WATERFOWL TOMORROW. Wash. D.C.: U.S. Dept of the Interior, 1964. First
Edition. Gilt-pictorial cloth. 770pp. Illus. "About the Contributors." Acknowledgments. Index. Folding map, "Names and Places North
American Wildfowl". Nice presentation signed & dated in 1973 by Linduska to famed Michigan wildlife artist, Lee Le Blanc, "To Lee
Le Blanc -- one of America's greatest wildlife artists -- with warmest regards & best wishes. Joe Linduska Wash. D.C. 7-20-73". Fine.
No dj. (#5001116)
1970. Linford, Velma (Signed). WYOMING: FRONTIER STATE. Denver: Old West Pub Co., 1947. First Edition. Pictorial
cloth. 428pp. Illus. Maps. Appendix: State & Terr. Officers, Statistical Chart, Chronology, Bibliography, Index. Pictorial endpapers. 8
line inscription on front blank page to Mrs. Elliott Todhunter Dewey, "who has introduced so many authors so beautifully..." signed &
dated by Linford in early 1948. Another owner's signature top of front blank page. Affixed to verso of ffep is a very attractively
printed pictorial promotional folder for the book. Includes bio of Linford, chapters in the book, etc. Linford studied under a famous
group of historians: Grace Hebard, LeRoy Hafen, Frederic Paxson, & Herbert Bolton. This book was a textbook for 7th - 9th graders,
but it was written & published in a time when that age group had meaty material to study, & this one is not only meaty, but engagingly
written. Railroads, Gold seekers, Yellowstone, Johnson County War & Tom Horn, Indians, Missionaries, Ranching & Ranchers, etc..
Rare bookman & publisher, Fred Rosenstock published this book &, as Linford acknowledges, "permitted me to use his library of rare
volumes and to reproduce rare items from his personal collection." Couple of thin ink black streaks on front cover, but not very
distracting. Vg. No dj. Herd 1336, 6-guns 1338. (#1003080) $52.65
1971. Link, Aaron Raz, and Hilda Raz. WHAT BECOMES YOU (Signed). Lincoln: U of Nebr, 2007. First Edition. Cloth &
boards. 296pp. Signed & dated by Aaron Raz. Aaron "began life as a girl named Sarah and twenty-nine years later began life as a gay
man." Hilda "observes the process as both an 'astonished' parent and as a professor who has studied gender issues." Fine, like new in
dj. (#5020005) $24.30
1972. Linn, G. T. PHOTOGRAPHS OF LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN. G. T. Linn, Lookout Mountain, Tenn., circa 1910, 1910.
Photographic Image. Professional photo album. Nine (9) sepia photos 3 1/2" x 5 3/4". Album size 5 3/4" x 8". Gilt wearing from
cover, else fine condition. Contents page lists, all present: Lookout Mountain from Chattanooga, Moccasin Bend and Lookout
Mountain Battlefield, Umbrella Rock, Above the Clouds, View from Battery Point, Point Lookout, Lookout Incline, Sunset Rocks,
Peace Monument. Imprint of "G. T. Linn Lookout Mountain, Tenn." There is brief information in ink at top of contents. All photos &
leave in fine condition with no tears or abrasions. Very scarce. ca 1910 (#5001098)
1973. Linnman, Paul; Brazil, Doug. THE EXPLODING WHALE And Other Remarkable Stories from the Evening News
(Signed). Westwinds, Portland, (2003), 2003. First Thus. Pictorial trade wraps. 224pp. Illust. The author is a Portland TV newsman, &
this was one of the most popular stories he ever reported -- about a dead whale on an Oregon beach. This story had legs. Fine. 2003)
1974. Linnman, Paul; Schafer, Rick. Oregon Golf: The Oregon Coast, Southern Oregon, Portland & Environs, Central Oregon
(Signed). Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.: Graphic Arts Center Pub Co, 1999. First Edition. Quarto hardbound. 95pp. Beautifully illustrated
with the color photos of fine photographer Rick Schafer, & with several vintage golfing related photos taken in Oregon. Signed by
Linnman. Fine, as new in dj. (#5018020) $9.31
1975. Lipman, Peter W., and Mullineaux, Donal R. 1980 ERUPTIONS OF MOUNT ST. HELENS, WASHINGTON, THE.
Wash D. C.: USGS, 1982. 2nd printing. Pictorial 4to cloth. 844pp. Illus. Large topographical folding map present inside back cover
sleeve. A vast scientific study with charts, graphs, etc.. Short cut at top of spine. Front cover & spine faded, else vg. (#1209097)
1976. Lisick, Beth. Helping Me Help Myself; One Skeptic, Ten Self-Help Gurus, and a Year on the Brink of the Comfort Zone
(Signed). New York: William Morrow & Co, 2008. ARC. Uncorrected Proof. Trade glossy wraps. 264 pp. Signed by Lisick on the
title page. "... self-described skeptic Beth Lisick attempts to leave her 'Comfort Zone,' taking a 'stranger in a strange land' approach to
the wierd and wonderful world of self-improvement and empowerment to see if she can really change her life." Fine, like new.
1977. Lively, W. Irven. COLORADO A Legend of the Southwest. Privately Printed, N.p., 1916, 1916. First Edition. Small
attractive pictorial cord-tied wraps. Unpag (20pp). Long poem, finely printed on textured paper. Sticker removal abrasion top of front
cover, else near fine; lightly soiled. (#0306088)
1978. Lloyd, Nancy. WILLAPA BAY AND THE OYSTERS (Signed). Oysterville: Oysterville Hand Print, 1996. Limited First
Edition. Number 456 of a limited edition, limitation unstated. Pictorial wraps. 54pp. Illustrated with drawings. Bibliography. Signed
by Lloyd. Fine. Willapa Bay is on the State of Washington coast & is noted for it's delicious oysters. (#SHEL914) $17.50
1979. Lobrutto, Vincent. STANLEY KUBRICK: A Biography. NYC: Donald I Fine, 1997. First Edition. 1st printing so stated &
with full number row. Cloth & boards. 579pp. Illus. Notes. Selected Bibliography. Index. Fine, unread copy in fine dj. (#SHEL944)
1980. Lobsenz, Norman M. & Goldsmith, Cele (Eds.). AMAZING STORIES Fact and Science Fiction (8 issues). NY: Ziff Davis,
1962. First Thus. 8 issues of Amazing Stories: Nov 1962 (poor but complete; back cover 1/2 off at binding); Dec 1963 (slightly
chipped cover; vg); Oct 1964 (vg); Nov 1964 (vg); Jan 1965 (vg); Feb 1965 (vg); Mar 1965 (good; small chips to cover); June 1965
(vg). I cannot find four of these issues presently on the "net". (#SHEL434)
1981. Lockley, Fred. TO OREGON BY OX-TEAM IN '47. Seattle: Shorey's, 1967. Limited First Edition. Facsimile reprint ltd to
100 copies. Printed wraps. (16pp). "The story of the coming of the Hunt family to the Oregon country and the experiences of G. W.
Hunt in the gold diggings of California in 1849." Vg. (#1307090)
1982. Lockridge, Ross F. THE OLD FAUNTLEROY HOME (Signed). New Harmony: New Harmony Memorial Commission,
1939. First Edition. 1st printing. Gild-stamped decorated cloth. 219pp. Illus. Index. Endpaper maps. Inscribed by author "With
agreeable memories of old Shawnee days (signed/dated in 1941)." New Harmony in Indiana was one of the best known utopian
experiments. Some edge wear to covers with 1" of board exposed on back cover. Good thus. No dj probably as issued. (#1402088)
1983. Lockwood, Frank C. THE LIFE OF EDWARD E. AYER. Chicago, 1929., 1929. First Edition. Gilt cloth. 300pp. Illust. t.e.g.
Ayer, a collector of antiquities, became first president of the Field Museum in Chicago. His library is housed in the Newberry Library.
He served on the U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners. Uncut copy. Fine in original glassine dj. (#9104074c)
1984. Loeschen, John R. WRESTLING WITH LUTHER An Introduction to the Study of His Thought. St. Louis: Concordia
Pub House, 1976. First Edition. Cloth. 195pp. Notes. Bibliography. Index to Scripture passages. Fine, like new in dj.
1985. Logan, Spencer. A NEGRO'S FAITH IN AMERICA. NY: Macmillan, 1946. First Edition. 1st printing. Blue cloth. 88pp.
fos/date on ffep. Gentle ex-library from a church; ink stamp on title page & date due sheet affixed to rear paste down. Three signatures
on back free enpaper. Vg. (#5013063)
1986. Logia). LOGIA A Journal of Lutheran Theology Volume I, Number 1. Luther Academy, Fort Wayne, 1992, 1992. First
Thus. 4to pictorial stiff wraps. 82pp. Contents for this first issue: Herman Sasse, "The Church's Confession" (trans: Matthew
Harrison); Erling Teigen, "The Universal Priesthood in the Lutheran Confessions"; Ken Shurb, "The Church: Hospital or
Gymnasium?"; Martin Wittenberg (Trans: John Bruss), Church Fellowship and Altar Fellowship in the Light of Church History"
(trans: John Bruss); Martin Luther (from the House Postil), Two Sermons on the Holy Supper". Also, Reviews & Logia Forum. From
the Introduction: "The editors are united in their belief that the church today needs to recapture the true spirit and nature of historic
Lutheranism." Fine, like new condition. This first issue very scarce. (#THEOSHEL170) $20.67
1987. Logue, Larry M. A SERMON IN THE DESERT Belief and Behavior in Early St. George, Utah. Urbana, 1988., 1988.
First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 165pp. Illust. Maps. Tables. Bibliography. Index. Reading copy with wavy pages from damp
exposure; stained dj. (#0205100) $6.56
1988. Lohbeck, Don. PATRICK J. HURLEY A Biography. Chicago: Henry Regnery, 1956. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth.
513pp. Notes. Index. Laid in printed sales slip to original purchaser. Hurley was born in Indian Territory, rode with Will Rogers, &
became Sect'y of War under Pres. Hoover & well as major diplomat under FDR. Small bump upper corner of covers, else near fine in
slightly chipped dj with some rubbing on backstrip. Uncommon. (#1402089) $15.01
1989. Lohf, Kenneth A., and Sheehy, Eugene P. FRANK NORRIS A Bibliography. Talisman, Los Gatos, 1959, 1959. First
Edition. Cloth. 107pp. Portrait. Index. The words of & writings about Norris. "Designed and printed by Robert Greenwood and
Newton Baird..." Printed in a small, but unspecified edition. Fine in lightly soiled, slightly edgeworn dj. (#0411085) $27.88
1990. Lomax, John A. COW CAMPS & CATTLE HERDS (Signed). Austin: Encino Press, 1967. Limited/Numbered. Royal 8vo
pictorial cloth. 62pp. Illustrated by the publisher, William D. Wittliff. #27 of 750 copies, this exceptional copy with appreciation
presentation signed & dated (1967) on limitation page by Wittliff to Darlyne Lowman, wife of noted Texas printer, bookman, &
author, Al Lowman. This copy also signed by John A. Lomax, Jr., who wrote the Introduction telling how this unpublished &
overlooked manuscript by his father came to print. Chapters on Longhorns, trail to Dodge, cowboy's horse, recreations, vernacular,
justice, etc. Fine in original glassine dj. Wittliff #23, cf Reese 73. (#1011088) $162.08
1991. London, Jonathan; Ford, Susan. LOON LAKE (Signed by illustrator). S. F.: Chronicle Books, 2002. First Edition. 1st
printing. Lovely 4to hardbound. Unpag. Signed (signature only) on title page by illustrator Susan Ford. the Afterword has some
information on loons. Fine, like new in dj. (#JUV026)
1992. London, Jonathan. GIVING THANKS (Signed). Cambridge: Candlewick Pr, 2003. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to pictorial
hardbound. Unpag. Illustrated by Gregory Manchess. Signed & dated in year of publication by illustrator Manchess. Fine, like new in
dj. (#JUV013) $30.00
1993. Long, Benjamin. BACKTRACKING By Foot, Canoe, and Subaru Along the Lewis and Clark Trail (Signed). Seattle,
Washington, U.S.A.: Sasquatch, Seattle, 2000, 2000. First Edition. 1st printing. Hardcover. 247pp. Illustrated with occasional photo.
Signed & dated by Long in year of publication. Fine, like new in dj. (#0805088) $14.18
1994. Long, Haniel. A LETTER TO ST. AUGUSTINE After Re-reading his Confessions. NY, 1950., 1950. First Edition. Small
8vo gilt-stamped cloth. 245pp. The fine Southwestern writer's theological/spiritual reflections on one of the great documents of early
Christianity. Fine in slightly soiled dj. (#0205101) $16.40
1995. Long, Phillip S. THE GREAT CANADIAN RANGE. Vancouver: Cypress, 1970. 2nd Edition. Reprint by different publisher
(Ryerson did the 1st in 1963). Cloth. 178pp. Illustrated endpapers. The author recounts the history of his family's "76" ranch in the
Cypress Hills region of Saskatchewan. A ranching memoir at its best. Fine in slightly worn dj. (#1602102) $17.25
1996. Long, R. M. "Dick". WICHITA CENTURY A Pictorial History of Wichita, Kansas 1870 - 1970 (Collectors' Edition).
Wichita: Wichita Historical Museum Assoc, 1969. Limited/Numbered. Copy #87 of 250 bound in one-quarter leather & elegant silklike boards. 272pp. Illustrated in color & b/w. Index. Fine in slightly worn slipcase with applied color lithograph of a buffalo herd.
Very scarce in this ltd edition. (#1307091) $100.05
1997. Long, V. Earl. RICHMOND 1888 Dawn Of The Electric Street Railway Era. Lady Liberty Press, Richmond, 1988, 1988.
First Edition. 1st printing. 4to pictorial wraps. 24pp. Illust. Maps. Bibliography. Fine. Scarce. (#NIC051 - 2)
1998. Longhway, L. V. TRICKY PENS. 1937: Protection Society & Rand-McNally, 1937. First Edition. Probably 1st (and only?)
printing. Silver-stamped cloth larger than usual octavo. 142pp. Printed endpapers. Illustrated with clear & well-done drawings by the
author. "Property of (owner)" on title page. A terrific & simply-put expose of how crook forge & change stolen checks, & how to
prevent this kind of theft. Chapters: "They Don't Use Guns", "Cash Checks Cautiously!", "Write Checks Carefully!", "Print-Write
Your Checks", "Typewrite Your Checks", "Fortify The Danger Line", "Handle Checks Safely!" Published by Protection Society (Okla
City) & printed by Rand McNally & Co. Even in an electronic age such is ours, most people still exchange checks, writing or
receiving. This remains a superb resource for all of us who do that. Vg condition. Very slight fading along front cover near spine.
Very slight edge wear. No dj. Very scarce. (#SHEL612)
1999. Longstreet, Stephen. SPORTIN' HOUSE A History of the New Orleans Sinners and the Birth of Jazz. L. A.: Sherbourne
Press, 1065. First Edition. 1st printing. Larger 8vo decorated cloth. 293pp. Illustrated with well done drawings in color & b/w. Fine in
near fine dj. (#SHEL716) $12.50
2000. Lonn, George. THE MINE FINDERS. Toronto: Pitt Pub Co, 1966. First Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped 4to cloth. 237pp.
Illustrated with color & b/w photos. Index. "Enthralling stories of the men who seek the minerals our world must have." Mainly
Canadian mining from the Klondike to Copper Cliff, but chapters on mines elsewhere, including Africa. Very well researched. Fine in
dj with short edge tears closed. (#1209099) $22.29
2001. Look, Al. SIDELIGHTS ON COLORADO A Glance At Colorado History Without Depth, Details, Or Direction.
Denver: Golden Bell, 1967. First Edition. 1st printing. Wraps. 300pp. Illus with small vignette drawings. I like the dedication: "To
Cecil Walt - A pot wrangler whose camp stew defies analysis or imitation." Very slight wear. Near fine. (#1402091)
2002. Lopez, Barry (Edit.). Gwartney, Debra (Managing Edit.). HOME GROUND (Signed) Language for an American
Landscape (Signed). San Antonio: Trinity, 2006. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to cloth. 449pp. Illustrated with drawings. "Index of
Terms." "Index of Names." "The Writers." Signed by both Lopez & Gwartney. The noted editors secured approximately 45 writers,
many equally noted, to each write several descriptions & definitions of landscape terms they were familiar with both common &
uncommon to the American West. A smidgen of a sample: Jon Krakauer wrote the entry on "cornice", Luis Alberto Urrea on "hondo",
Terry Tempest Williams on "natural bridge", Joy Williams on "starved basin", Barbara Kingsolver on "placer deposit", Barry Lopez
on "pitch", William Kittredge on "pass", Charles Frazier on "seep", Susan Morrow on "trembling prairie." You get the "drift" (Larry
Woiwode wrote that one!). A book to take down from your "shelf" (Donna Seaman wrote that one!). Sure to be a classic of Western
literature. Fine, as new in dj. (#SHEL742) $75.00
2003. Lopez, Barry. CROSSING OPEN GROUND. Scribners, NY, 1988, 1988. First Edition. Cloth & boards. 208pp. Essays on
nature & other integrated subjects by one of the finest naturalist authors today. Fine in dj. (#0408078)
2004. Lorain, Douglas. BACPACKING WASHINGTON: From Volcanic Peaks to Rainforest Valleys (Signed). Berkeley:
Wilderness Pr, 2007. 2nd Edition. 1st printing of 2nd edition. Pictorial glossy wraps 295pp. Illlus. Index. Maps. Signed & dated by
Lorain in year of publication. Laid in promos. Fine. (#5018076)
2005. Lord, Eliot. COMSTOCK MINING AND MINERS. Berkeley: Howell-North, 1959. Facsimile reprint. 1st printing of fine
facsimile reprint edition. Gilt-stamped cloth. 451pp. Illus. Appendix. Index. Fldg map in back pocket. Pictorial endpapers of mining
stocks. Originally published in 1883 while Clarence King was director of the USGS. New Intro to this reprint edition by David F.
Myrick. There is a tiny, 2 line ink ownership stamp top of front blank prelim page; one line is marked out. Very short cut on edge of
ffep repaired. Trace of wear to extremities. Vg+ in slightly soiled dj. (#1408090)
2006. Lord, Nancy. FISHCAMP: Life on an Alaskan Shore. Island Press - Shearwater, Wash. D.C. & Covelo, 1997, 1997. 2nd
printing. Cloth & boards. 261pp. The author has lived for over 20 years near Cook Inlet -- this book includes "natural & cultural
history" of the area. Fine, like new in dj. (#0811100) $6.88
2007. Los Angeles Corral. THE WESTERNERS BRAND BOOK Book 14. LA, 1974., 1974. Limited First Edition. Ltd to 500
copies. Royal 8vo gilt-stamped cloth. 252pp. Illust. 11 fine articles. Fine in dj, the latter designed by cowboy artist Holling C. Holling.
2008. Los Angeles Corral. THE WESTERNERS BRAND BOOK Book 6. LA, 1956., 1956. Limited First Edition. Ltd to 400
copies. 4to pictorial cloth & 1/4 leather. 163pp. Illust. 15 essays. A distinguished group of writers & westerners. Fine in lightly soiled
dj with a bit of yellowing. Herd 2493, 6-guns 2367. (#9203094)
2009. Los Angeles Corral. THE WESTERNERS BRAND BOOK Book Ten. LA, 1963., 1963. Limited First Edition. Ltd to 525
copies. 4to gilt-stamped cloth. 14 fine articles. Fine in slightly soiled dj with a couple of closed tears, 1" - 1 1/2". 6-guns 2370.
2010. Los Angeles Westerners). THE WESTERNERS BRAND BOOK Los Angeles Corral 1947 (Book One). L. A.: Los
Angeles Westerners, 1948. Limited First Edition. Ltd to 600 copies. 4to gilt-pictorial cloth & 1/4 simulated leather. 174pp. Illus.
Errata. Index. A variety of essays from noted writers/researchers. Fine in dj with chip top of backstrip & chip/flecking to top layer of
paper along fold edges & a bit on backstrip. Owner's old tape along top / bottom edges. Not unattractive because of color & design of
dj, but obvious. Very scarce. (#1209101) $141.82
2011. Los Angeles Westerners). THE WESTERNERS BRAND BOOK of Los Angeles Corral Book 6. L. A.: Los Angeles
Westerners, 1956. Limited First Edition. Ltd to 400 copies. 4to gilt-pictorial cloth. 163pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. A variety of
essays from noted writers/researchers. Full page dedication drawing by Clarence Ellsworth. Dust jacket drawing by Edward Borein.
Fine in dj with minute loss at couple of corners. Scarce. (#1209102) $40.52
2012. Los Angeles Westerners). THE WESTERNERS BRAND BOOK of Los Angeles Corral Book V. L. A.: Los Angeles
Westerners, 1953. Limited First Edition. Ltd to 400 copies. 4to gilt-pictorial 1/4 leather & cloth. 180pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. A
variety of essays from noted writers/researchers. Lovely 1/2 page dedication drawing by Don Perceval. Dust jacket drawing by
Holling C. Holling. Fine in dj with wrap-around chip top backstrip (2 1/4" long x 3/4" wide). Very scarce, especially in any kind of dj.
2013. Los Angeles). OLD ATTRACTIVE PLYWOOD NOTEBOOK. LA: n.p., 1940. First Thus. Oblong rawhide tied wooden
boards, 9" x 11 3/4", also with rawhide hinges & brass fasteners. Top board is a cross-hatch, basket-woven type pattern with wooden
appliqués in color & wood-burned. One says "Los Angeles... Calif." The second is of a person wearing a big sombrero, red cape, &
blue pants, sitting asleep on a donkey or burro with a large cactus in front of them. Bound inside are 8 brown leaves (16pp), all blank.
A neat southern California souvenir we are guessing from the 1940s. Fine condition! (#1104091) $40.54
2014. Los Angeles). LA REINA Los Angeles in Three Centuries. Security Trust & Savings Bank, L.A., 1929, 1929. First Edition.
1st edition. Tall pictorial stapled wraps. 208pp. Illust. A wealth of information in this item! Overlapping covers slightly chipped &
with general wear & a few short splits. Bottom corner of last few pages slightly nibbled. Good reading copy. (#0508077)
2015. Lovell, Ron. DESCENT INTO MADNESS (Signed). Penman, Gleneden Beach, 2007, 2007. First Edition. Pictorial wraps.
209pp. Signed & dated by Lovell in the year of publication. A Thomas Martindale Mystery by a regionally favorite mystery author.
Fine, like new. (#5019014)
2016. Lovell, Ron. MURDER IN E-flat MAJOR A Thomas Martindale Mystery (Signed). Gleneden Beach OR: Penman, 2010.
First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 218pp. Signed by Lovell. A fine series of mysteries set on the Oregon Coast. Fine, like new. (#Pa021)
2017. Lovell, Ron. SEARCHING FOR MURDER (Signed). Penman Productions, Gleneden Beach (Ore.), 2006, 2006. First
Edition. Trade pictorial wraps. 227pp. Signed & dated by Lovell. "A Thomas Martindale Mystery" based in Oregon. Fine, as new.
2018. Lovell, Ron. MURDER AT YAQUINA HEAD (Signed). Sunstone, Santa Fe, 2002., 2002. First Edition. Trade pictorial
wraps. 183pp. Signed & dated by Lovell soon after publication. A Thomas Martindale Mystery set on the Oregon Coast. Fine, like
new. (#5001042) $19.04
2019. Lowe, Gareth W.; Lee, Thomas A., Jr.; Espinosa, Eduardo Martinez. IZAPA: An Introduction to the Ruins and
Monuments. New World Archaeological Foundation, BYU, Provo, 1982, 1982. First Edition. Quarto printed wraps. 349pp. Illust.
Folding maps. Appendix: "An Izapa Bibliography: 1935 - 1980". References. "... the third in a series ... reporting the results of
investigations at the ruins of Izapa in the state of Chiapas, southern Mexico." Number 31 of the Papers of the New World
Archaeological Foundation. Near fine. Very scarce. (#5009049)
2020. Lowenstein, Steven. THE JEWS OF OREGON, 1850-1950 (Signed). Portland: Jewish Historical Society of Oregon, 1987.
First Edition. 1st printing. 4to cloth. 236pp. Illus. Appendices. Index. Presentation copy signed & dated by the author in 1988. "The
German Jewish Pioneers", "Personal Histories on the Frontier", "Other Jewish Pioneers and Pioneer Communities," etc. Fine in dj
with edge tears. (#1412079)
2021. Lowman, Al. PRINTING ARTS IN TEXAS. Austin: Jenkins, 1981. 2nd Edition. 1st printing of 2nd edition. 4to cloth.
107pp. Illus. Foreword by Stanley Marcus. Originally published in a ltd edition in 1975 by another publisher. A lovely book on fine
Texas books, Texas printers, & Texas artists whose works inhabited these fine books. Fine in dj. (#1412080)
2022. Lowther, Charles C. DODGE CITY, KANSAS (Signed). Phila: Dorrance & Co, 1940. First Edition. Cloth. 213pp. Illus.
Presentation copy from the author to his niece, Mrs. Helan Patrick Taube. An overlooked account of the famous Kansas cowtown.
Some rubbing on the front cover, else near fine. 6-guns 1368, Herd 1358. (#1104092)
2023. Loy, Daniel Oscar. POEMS OF THE WHITE CITY. Privately Published, (W. B. Conkey, printer), Chicago, 1893, 1893.
First Edition. 1st edition. Oblong gilt-stamped ivory cloth. 104pp. Illustrations on almost every page. Portraits. The author puts into
poetry his interpretation of the meaning & events, people & architecture, of the 1893 Columbian Exposition in Chicago. His divisions,
each with its own extended poem, are "A World's Fair Dream", "What Noted People Say of the Fair", "The Farm Picture", "The
Firemen Promoted", "The World's Fair in a Day", "As You Like It, As I Saw It", "The Columbian Guard", "Returning from the Fair",
"The Century Plant". A rather intriguing volume. Includes a small portrait of Buffalo Bill, & one of a familiar-looking "Indian Chief."
Hinges starting but binding in good, stable, condition. Covers soiled. A very scarce item. (#0508080)
2024. Lozier, Horace, and Tully, Richard (Intros). SONGS OF THE WESTERN COLLEGES. New York: Hinds & Noble, 1902.
First Edition. 4to pictorial cloth - nice bright red, gold, black & white image to two graduates. 202pp. Musical scores of songs
representing several dozen college & state universities in the Midwest and West. Front hinge cracked but binding tight. Good. Scarce.
2025. Lucey, William Leo, S. J. HISTORY: METHODS AND INTERPRETATION. Chicago: Loyola, 1958. Revised Edition.
Revised Edition. 113pp. Bibliography. Owner's ink underlining in about one-half of the book. Names on ffep. Edges of front cover
sun-faded. Good. Scarce. (#THEOSHEL377)
2026. Luchetti, Kathy. WOMEN OF THE WEST. St. George: Antelope Island Press, 1982. First Edition. 1st printing. Oblong
quarto silver-stamped cloth. 240pp. Wonderfully illustrated with vintage photos. Chronology, Footnotes, Bibliography, Photo sources.
This book "tells the stories of eleven western women in the United States between 1830 and 1910 --- women of varying economic,
racial and religious backgrounds." Without question one of the best books of its kind published in modern times. Fine in just slightly
less fine dj. (#SHEL933) $19.95
2027. Lucier, A. G. PICTORIAL SOUVENIR OF THERMOPOLIS WYOMING. Privately Printed, Powell, 1910, 1910. First
Edition. 4to gilt-lettered, stapled black wrappers. Unpag (36pp). Illustrated with b/w half-tone photos. Three page introduction. In
good condition even with the following caveats: The middle sheet of (4)pp is separated from the staples. We have elected not to tip it
in with glue. Along the left margin of the front cover, & about an inch in, is some white residue from some paper that was apparently
glued to the cover. Rare. (#0811101)
2028. Lukara, Alissa. Riding Grace A Triumph of the Soul (Signed). Silver Light, Ashland (Ore), 2007, 2007. First Edition. Trade
pictorial wraps. 181pp. Signed by Lukara. An inspirational memoir of an abused childhood. Fine, like new. (#5007046)
2029. Lukes, Roy. ONCE AROUND THE SUN A Door County Journal (Signed). Pine Street Press, Bailey's Harber, 1976.,
1976. First Edition. Cloth. 216pp. Illusrated with excellent pencil sketches by Charlotte Lukes. Presentation copy signed by both Roy
Lukes & Charlotte Lukes. A very simply but beautifully designed & printed book with quality materials. Well written short essays on
Door County, Wisconsin's, flora & fauna by Roy Lukes, "teacher of environmental education, nature photographer, newspaper
columnist, and Naturalist and Resident Manager of the Ridges Sanctuary at Bailey's Harbor, Wisconsin." Fine in dj. (#FTR213)
2030. Lustyik, Andrew F. CIVIL WAR CARBINES From Service to Sentiment. World-Wide Gun Report, Aledo (IL), 1962,
1962. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 65pp. Illust. Discolored area on right edge of front cover; cover a little creased. Good reading
copy. (#0606100)
2031. Luther, Martin (Translated by Charles M. Jacobs). PREFACES TO THE NEW TESTAMENT. St.Louis: (Concordia
Seminary; Concordia Pub. House), 0. First Thus. Printed wraps. 56pp. Illustrated with wood blocks from Luther's time. Several pages
underlined. Else fine. Scarce. (#THEOSHEL386)
2032. Luther, Martin). Bendel, August. DAS LEBEN DR. MARTIN LUTHER'S den Glaubensgenossen in Amerika
beschrieben. Bilger - Buchhandlung, Reading (Penn), 1882, 1882. Copyright date is 1881. Lovely gilt-decorated & blind-stamped
decorated maroon cloth. 261pp. Illustrated with wood etchings. Printed in German. Fine floral endpapers. Red edges. Gentle ex-library
with released stamp on title page from Concordia Theological Seminary Library, Springfield, Illinois. We see no other stamps or
library marks; no pocket or card; no call number on spine. Minor wear to extremities. A very clean & lovely copy. Scarce.
2033. Luther, Martin). What Does This Mean? In Observance of the 450th Anniversary of Martin Luther's Small Catechism
1529-1979. Appleton: Aid Association for Lutherans, 1979. First Edition. Oblong 4to pictoral wraps. 23pp. Illustrated with period
prints & a beautiful color reproduction of the Luther rose. The publication gives a brief historical background of the Small Catechism
& also a short essay, "How the Catechism Came to America." The text of the catechism is reproduced in German & with English
translation. Consultants included scholars Roland Bainton, Jaroslav Pelikan, et. al. Fine. Scarce. (#THEOSHEL295) $16.24
2034. Lutheran). LUTHERAN QUARTERLY -- 8 issues. Milwaukee: Lutheran Quarterly, Inc., 1989. First Thus. Fine condition.
Eight issues: 1989 (Vol 3) # 2,3,4. 1990 (Vol 4) # 1 - 4. 1991 (Vol 5) #1. Excellent theological essays. Fine condition. 1989 - 1991
2035. Lutheran). LUTHERAN SERVICE BOOK An audio and visual introduction for congregations, pastors, musicians,
educators. St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 2006. Audio Book. Unopened two dvd set in original schrink wrap. ca 2006
2036. Lutze, Karl E. FORGIVE OUR FORGETTINGS, LORD! Reflections on Gifts and Promises. St. Louis: Concordia Pub.
House, 1972. First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 94 pp. Illus. A couple of checkmarks & notes. Else fine. Spiritual poetry on the real world
by a Lutheran theologian who was executive secretary of the Lutheran Human Relations Assoc of America. (#THEOSHEL349)
2037. Lyford, Carrie A. OJIBWA CRAFTS (CHIPPEWA). Phoenix: Phoenix Indian School Print Shop, 1953. 2nd Edition.
Decorated wraps. 216pp. Well-illustrated with drawings & photos. Abundant design plates. Fine. (#1104094)
2038. Lyford, Carrie A. QUILL AND BEADWORK OF THE WESTERN SIOUX. Wash DC, 1962., 1962. 3rd printing. Royal
8vo wraps. 116pp. Illustrated with photos & drawings. Minor crease to back cover corner. Near fine. (#9911111) $11.48
2039. Lyman, George D. JOHN MARSH, PIONEER The Life Story of a Trail Blazer on Six Frontiers. Charles Scribner's Sons,
NY, 1930, 1930. First Edition. Gilt-stamped cloth. 394pp. Illust. Bibliography. Index. Endpaper maps. Gift inscription at top of ffep.
One of the classic biographies of the West. Marsh was an Indian agent, wrote a dictionary & grammar of the Sioux language, trekked
over the Santa Fe Trail to California, studied medicine & became the first doctor in California, "participating in the revolutions which
preceded California's entrance into the Union." Fine, bright copy in chipped & sun darkened dj. Cowan p400, Rocq 1606, Howes
L578, 6-guns 1376. (#0511091) $42.65
2040. Lyman, George D. THE SAGA OF THE COMSTOCK LODE Boom Days in Virginia City. NY: Charles Scribners Sons,
1934. First Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped cloth. 399pp. Illus. Notes. Pictorial endpapers. Small ink "x" at top of half-title. Lyman
was born in Virginia City in 1882 & once owned the "best private collection of Californiana." Fine in very slightly chipped dj, scarce
thus. 6-guns 1377. (#1307094)
2041. Lynch, Jeremiah. (Dale Morgan, Ed. & historical Intro). THREE YEARS IN THE KLONDIKE. Chicago, 1967., 1967. First
Thus. 1st thus. 12mo pict cloth. 375pp. Illust. Map. This edition was the first reprinted "personal narrative of Klondike experience."
Fine. (#9211101)$11.48
2042. Lynn, Ernest. THE BLAZING HORIZON The True Story of Pawnee Bill (Signed). The White House Pub., Chicago,
1929, 1929. First Edition. Cloth. 272pp. Affixed to the ffep is a real photo post card (RPPC) portrait of Pawnee Bill with his signature
in ink ("G. W. Lillie 'Pawnee Bill'") on the ffep under the portrait. The orange-pink covers have considerable flecking & loss of color
from exposure. Text block & binding in fine condition. Rare dj is present, but has paper loss (2" upper backstrip; 1" x 2" loss from top
of back panel). Flaps are complete & uncompromised. Upper left edge of front panel chipped from backstrip carryover. Very scarce &
priced as such because of photo & dj. (#0711225) $292.50
2043. Lyon, Peter. THE WILD, WILD WEST. Funk & Wagnalls, NY, 1969, 1969. First Edition. Hardbound. 156pp. Attractively
illustrated. Index. Info on the likes of Joaquin Murieta, Wild Bill Hickok, Jesse James, Bat Masterson, Billy the Kid, & Wyatt Earp.
Fine in chipped dj. (#SHEL210) $9.84
2044. Lyons, Andrew. DARKNESS IN HIM. St. Martins, NY, 2003., 2003. ARC. ARC. Black & white printed trade wraps. 291pp.
"In the tradition of Jim Thompson and Scott Smith, Lyons pushes the conventions of the anti-hero to startling new places. A chilling
and addictive thrill er. sure to be the most talked about debut of the year." Fine, as new. (#5014004ARC) $14.18
2045. Maar, Ingrid; Taylor, Lonn. THE AMERICAN COWBOY. Harper & Row & Library of Congress, NY & Wash. D. C., 1983.
First Edition. 1st hardbound edition, 4to cloth. 228pp. Illust. Selected Reading. Index. List of Exhibition Items Not Illustrated. A
sumptuous, well-produced book on the cowboy with lots of great vintage prints & photos. Material on Oklahoma included. Fine in dj.
No longer common. Oversized. (#0711226) $53.55
2046. Maas, Korey. Confession The Lutheran Difference Series. St. Louis: Concordia Pub. House, 2001. Color wraps. 52 pp.
Glossary. The doctrine of confession and absolution from the perspective of a Lutheran understanding. Bible study pages along with
text. Fine. (#THEOSHEL273)
2047. MacDonald, Craig. LEATHER 'N LEAD: An Anthology of Desperadoes in the Far West, 1820-1920 (Signed). Boston:
Branden Press, 1976. First Edition. 1st printing. Hardbound. 144pp. Illus. Appendices. Signed by MacDonald. Around 50 bad guys &
gals alphabetically from John Allen to Juanita X. Top front cover corners bumped. Thus only good+ in vg, pc dj. (#1402092) $35.02
2048. Macdonald, Craig. LEATHER 'N LEAD An Anthology of Desperadoes in the Far West 1820-1920. Boston, 1976., 1976.
First Edition. 1st edition. Cloth. 144pp. Illust. "more than fifty-five fascinating portraits of little-known outlaws, male and female." (dj
blurb). Fine in pc dj (ink on one word of title sl faded). (#9210118)
2049. MacDonald, Eleanor D.; Arrington, John B. THE SAN JUAN BASIN: My Kingdom Was a County (Signed). Denver:
Green Mountain Press, 1970. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 247pp. Illus. References. Bibliography. Index. Presentation signed by
both authors on ffep. Also owner's name/date on ffep. A book on the Four Corners area of NM, Ariz, Colo, & Utah by "One salty old
timer with a sense of humor." Fine in dj. Scarce. (#1307095) $90.05
2050. MacDonald, Marie. AFTER BARBED WIRE A pictorial history of the Homestead Rush into the northern Great Plains,
1900-1919. Glendive: Frontier Gateway Museum, 1983. 2nd Edition. 4to red stiff wraps. 128pp. Illustrated with vintage photos &
documents. This edition published 20 years after first, & has corrections & added important photos. A nice Montana item. Fine.
2051. Maceachern, Ashley. Lance in France. NY: Collins, 2008. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to pictorial hardbound. Unpag. Color
photo of Armstrong with facsimile signature. Fine, like new in dj. (#JUV009) $15.00
2052. MacEwan, Grant. SITTING BULL The Years in Canada. Edmonton, 1973., 1973. First Edition. 1st edition. Cloth. 221pp.
Illust. A very collectable & scholarly title. Fine in edge torn dj. (#9808108)
2053. Macfarlan, Allan A. (Selected & Edited by). AMERICAN INDIAN LEGENDS. NY, 1968., 1968. First Edition. Medium 4to
cloth & decorated boards. 406pp. Nicely illustrated by Everett Gee Jackson. Sections include: "Hero and Culture-Hero Tales",
"Mystery, Medicine, and Magic", "Trickster and Transformer Legends". Much more. Fine in original slipcase. (#9711100) $9.84
2054. MacGregor, J. G. PACK SADDLES TO TETE JAUNE CACHE (Signed). Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1962. First
Edition. 1st printing. Decorated cloth. 256pp. Map (Lucerne BC to Hinton AB). Endpaper maps (the Cache to Edmonton). Small
vignette stamp on ffep. Signed by MacGregor on h-t, however please note that underneath is a gift inscription from four children to
grandma & grandpa. Through the story of James Shand Harvey, the author tell the history of the "opening of the high country" in this
fabulously beautiful area of the Canadian Rockies. Fine in near fine dj. (#1204083)
2055. MacGregor, J. G. PADDLE WHEELS TO BUCKET-WHEELS On the Athabasca. McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1974,
1974. First Edition. 1st edition. Cloth. 190pp. Illust. Index. Endpaper maps. "the story of Canada's Athabasca area in Northern Alberta:
beginning with first explorers & the fur trade. Fine in pc dj. (#0508083)
2056. MacGregor, James G. THE LAND OF TWELVE-FOOT DAVIS (A History of the Peace River Country). Edmonton:
Applied Art Products, 1952. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 395pp. Illus. Index. List & data on fur trading posts in that region of
NW Alberta into British Columbia. Chapters on the fur trade, David MacKenzie, missionaries, Klondikers, etc. Moderate wear to
cover extremities. About vg. No dj. Whale 915. (#1209106) $14.18
2057. MacGregor, James Grierson. OVERLAND BY THE YELLOWHEAD. Saskatoon: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1974.
First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 270pp. Illus. Index. Maps. The Yellowhead runs from Winnipeg to Prince Rupert. Your bookseller &
his wife were, in 1969, among the first travelers over the newly paved spur, which ran between Tete Juane Cache, near Mt. Robson, to
the Trans-Canada Highway at Kamloops. Info on David Thompson, the Overlanders, railroaders, mountaineers, et. al.. Fine in lightly
worn dj. Not in Whale. (#1111101)$15.80
2058. Machado, Manuel A., Jr. THE NORTH MEXICAN CATTLE INDUSTRY, 1910-1975 : Ideology, Conflict and Change.
College Station: Texas A & M, 1981. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 152pp. Illus. Appendix (Statistical Tables). Bibliography.
Index. Fine in dj. (#1307096)
2059. Machado, Manuel A., Jr. THE NORTH MEXICAN CATTLE INDUSTRY: 1910-1975. Texas A & M, College Station,
1981, 1981. First Edition. Cloth. 152pp. Illust. Appendix of Statistical Tables. Bibliography. Index. Scholarly. Fine, as new in dj.
2060. Machum, Lloyd A. A HISTORY OF MONCTON Town and City 1855 - 1965 (Signed association). City of Moncton,
1965, 1965. First Edition. Gilt-stamped cloth. 447pp. Illust. Endpaper maps. Fos/address from Saint John, N. B., on ffep. A rather
common municipal history, except that this copy has written on the rear blank pages (2 pp.) forty (40) signatures nearly filling the two
pages. They are signatures of all kinds of folks: some from Moncton Business Assoc.; some from "Halifax (Glencoe C.C.)", and
others. It doesn't take long to figure out that this were signatures of curling club members, presumably gathered together for some sort
of event. For example, several "M.C.A." signatures (Moncton Curling Club?); "Shirley W___, 1st Stone Runner Up"; "Mary ____ 2nd
Stone CCC March/68". "Hazel H____ - Bathurst Curling Club '68". etc.. Vg in soiled & slightly chipped dj. Binding of book is a little
slanted. Unusual association! (#5005044) $40.50
2061. Mack, John E., M.D., with Rogers, Rita S., M.D. The Alchemy of Survival: One Woman's Journey (Signed). Lebanon,
Indiana, U.S.A.: Addison-Wesley, 1988. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth.238pp. Illust. Notes. Index. Presentation copy signed by
Mack, "For R___, who helped the author in so many ways, John". "Rogers was deported by the Nazis to a transport camp in the
Ukraine... she saved her family by impersonating a foundry worker. The author, as psychoanalyst, & Pulitzer Prize winner, with her
tells "the story of her life & explores the mystery of human survival." Fine in dj. (#5010034)
2062. Mackenzie, Alexander (Garvin, Editor). VOYAGES FROM MONTREAL ON THE RIVER ST. LAURENCE. Toronto: n.
p., 1927. First Thus. 1st printing thus of facsimile edition with new Intro by John Garvin. Cloth. 498pp. Illus. Map. Near fine in vg dj
which has fading to backstrip. Howes M133, Whale 932. WCB 1. (#1412082) $42.52
2063. MacKenzie, J. B. THE SIX - NATIONS IN CANADA (Signed). Toronto: Hunter, Rose Co., 1896. First Edition. 12mo olive
green cloth with gilt title, author, & image on front cover showing Indians paddling a canoe on a river with hills in background.
151pp. Illustrated with photo portraits & photos. Frontispiece art portrait of Thayendanagea (Joseph Brant). Presentation copy from
"the author" to Rev'd R. J. Roberts, in Toronto in March 1899. The date is repeated in ink with (device) 13 (device) 1899. Please note
that MacKenzie doesn't write his name, but writes, "With the best wishes of the author". The author's "frequent and extended visits"
gave him "intimate knowledge" of the "six independent tribes of the Mohawks, Tuscaroras, Onondagas, Senecas, Oneidas, and
Cayugas..." On the front cover are two circular stains that overlap the gilt image. They are not strong stains, but they are present. A
few other spots on the covers. A collectable copy nevertheless. Tight & otherwise vg. (#1011090)
2064. Macleod, Norman. HORIZONS OF DEATH (Signed). Parnassus, NY, 1934, 1934. Limited/Numbered. Attractive quarto
red printed wrappers with overlapping flaps. Simple designs on the front cover. Unpaginated. #110 of 363 copies finely printed. Neat
inscription by Macleod: "for Paul Snodgrass, member of the Central Executive Committee and genial fellow worker who is so adept at
countering FAscist ideologies adn downing whiskey -- in love and graciousness Rob Frost (?) July 11, 1934 Norman, Oklahoma."
(signed). The poet & editor of several journals & magazines, among them Briarcliff Quarterly, Chronos, Pembroke Magazine, was at
the Univ. of Oklahoma at the time of the publication of this title. He taught in several universities & schools. The usual splitting to
places along the overlapping cover flaps, & a bit of exposure of the pages under the spine. Else fine. Scarce. (#5001093)
2065. Maddox, Gov. Lester. LETTER. Atlanta, 1971. Letter. Not a book. Original T.L.S. (typed letter, signed) from Georgia
Governor Lester Maddox to a bookseller in Spokane, WA. Dated Jan. 12, 1971, Maddox responds to a query following Maddox's
appearance on the Dick Cavett Show (12/18/1970). After promises from the show that it would be "fair and honest", Maddox walked
off the show because "I simply can't stand hypocrisy, dishonesty and deceit." (the subject was segregation). "I will not hesitate to
expose those who live by such standards, whether they be in government, education, religion, the new media or elsewhere." He
compliments the inquirer & assures him that "I will continue to try to do more for my country which has done so much for me."
According to internet information, a few nights later Maddox returned to the show. After selling fried chicken, Maddox served as Gov.
of GA 1967-71, & his obituary (d. 2003) described him as "one of the civil rights era's most unusual characters." Fine one-page item
printed on Maddox's Executive Department Letterhead. Matching postal-canceled envelope included. (#1003082) $162.00
2066. Mae, Dolly. CHOOSING JOY IN THE MIDST OF CRISIS (Signed). Seattle: Hara, 2002. 2nd printing. Pict trade wraps.
223pp. Signed by Mae. Fine, as new. (#5013017)
Remarkable For Their Interest & Rarity Being The Five Hundredth Catalogue Issued by Maggs Bros Booksellers By
Appointment To His Majesty King George V. London, 1928., 1928. First Edition. Quarto printed stiff paper wraps. The royal seal is
printed in red on the middle of the front cover. 357pp. Interleaved with title pages & illustrations, some in red print. A 3 7/8" x 4 1/2"
printed Maggs Bros business broadside is laid in. Indices of authors, titles, & subjects. This great anniversary catalogue of the famed
Maggs Brothers of London would be a shining gem in the library of any collector who loves "the art of the book." A few items pertain
to the Western Hemisphere. Documents & books offered for sale begin in the mid 1400s & go up to the early 20th Century, with most
appearing to be from the 16th & 17th Centuries. For sale were widely diverse rarities such as Napoleon's Bibles, an autograph letter
from Martin Luther, seven autograph letters from Robert Lewis Stevenson, Zarate's 1581 The History and Conquest of Peru, the 1555
Relacion of Nunez Cabeza de Vaca, Sagard's 1636 Histoire du Canada, and the 1508 Vespucci Itinerarium (the first Latin translation
of his voyages). Condition: about 2 1/2" of the heavy paper binding at the top of the spine was torn & has been reglued. It looks
wrinkled & the tears are still apparent, but otherwise a fine copy. (#0107100) $98.42
2068. Magnuson, Richard G. COEUR D' ALENE DIARY The First Ten Years of Hardrock Mining in North Idaho. Portland:
Binford & Mort, 1968. 2nd Edition. 2nd edition 1983, the so-called "Centennial Edition". Gilt-stamped cloth. Index. Illust. Endpaper
maps of the Coeur d' Alene mining region. New Foreword by the author to this edition. fos. Tiny stain on front edge. Near fine in pc dj
with traces of wear to the latter. (1968) (#0909100) $26.32
2069. Mail, Patricia D., and McDonald, David R. TULAPAI TO TOKAY: A Bibliography of Alcohol Use and Abuse Among
Native Americans of North America (Signed). New Haven: Human Relations Area Files (HRAF), 1980. First Edition. Cloth. 356pp.
Bibliography. Author Index. Subject Index. Warmly inscribed by Mail ("Pat") to a friend who was influential in the conception and/or
creation of the book. Near fine. No dj (probably as issued). (#1111102)$24.31
2070. Mails, Thomas E. FOOLS CROW. Doubleday, Garden City, 1979, 1979. First Edition. Cloth & boards. 278pp. Illust.
Appendix & Notes. Index. Memoirs of the "revered Ceremonial Chief of the Teton Sioux." Fine in pc dj. (#9808109)
2071. Malinosky-Rummell, Robin, Ph. D. (with comments by Christopher Malinosky). BRING YOUR OWN CHILDREN:
SOUTH AMERICA! A Family Sabbatical Handbook (Signed). Bothell: Book Publishers Network, 2007. 2nd printing. Trade
pictorial wraps. 452pp. Illust. Index. Appendices, including Spanish-English Glossary. Signed by both the author and the commentor.
This book is intended to let people with children know that South American can be a fine destination for extensive travel. Everything
from budgeting to cuisine. Fine, like new. (#5020028)
2072. Malone, James H. THE CHICKASAW NATION. Louisville: John P. Morton, 1922. 2nd Edition. Expanded 2nd edition.
Gilt-stamped cloth. 537pp. Illus. Folding map in back, "Lusher's Map Redrawn by Gaines" (lands in Mississippi ceded by the
Chickasaws). Bibliography. Index. Foreword states, "The first six chapters of this book were printed for private distribution by the
author in May, 1919." This expanded edition has 14 chapters, plus undoubtedly more photos. This is a scholarly history of the
Chickasaws from their origins to the early 20th Century including the World War. In vg condition with a small (1' x 3/8") rubbed area
on front cover next to spine. Traces of other wear. Tight copy. Scarce. Rader 2339, Howes M241. (#1003083)
2073. Malone, Michael P. JAMES J. HILL: Empire Builder of the Northwest. Norman: OU, 1996. First Edition. 1st printing.
Cloth. 306pp. Illus. Maps. Bibliography Essay. Index. Hill was the builder of the Great Northern Railway. Fine, like new in dj.
2074. Maltz, Wendy; Boss, Suzie. In the Garden of Desire: The Intimate World of Women's Sexual Fantasies (Signed).
Westminster, Maryland, U.S.A.: Bantam Dell Pub Group, 1997. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 284pp. Index. Signed &
dated by both authors soon after publication. "A Journey of Passion, Pleasure and Self-Discovery." Fine, like new in dj. (#5001091)
2075. Manchee, William. DEADLY DISTRACTIONS A Stan Turner Mystery (Signed). Portland: Lean Press, 2004. First
Edition. 1st printing. Pictorial trade wraps. 260pp. Signed & dated in year of publication by Manchee. "Stan defends a client accused
of killing an IRS agent and is quickly caught in the middle of a firefight between the radical Citizens Defense Alliance and the FBI."
Fine, as new. (#5016025) $10.94
2076. Manchee, William. TARIZON: The Liberator Volume I (Signed). Dallas: Top, 2008. First Edition. Cloth. 334pp. Signed &
dated by Manchee in Sept 08. "A high school student ... discovers that his father is working on a top secret project with the CiA and
aliens from another planet. When the aliens discover this serious security breach they insist on Peter Turner's exile to Tarizon", a
planet which is "recovering from a series of super volcano eruptions that has nearly destroyed all life on the planet." Fine, like new in
dj. (#5022010) $23.89
2077. Manfred, Frederick). Huseboe, Arthur R. & Nelson, Nancy Owen (Edits.). THE SELECTED LETTERS OF FREDERICK
MANFRED 1932 - 1954. U of Nebr., Lincoln, 1988, 1988. First Edition. Cloth. 421pp. Illustrated/photos. Introduction. Brief
bibliography of Manfred's books. Index. Extensive personal correspondence of the noted novelist of Lord Grizzly, & many other
Western & Fur Trade novels, with other writers, well-known people, etc.. Fine in dj. (#0408083) $24.60
2078. Manley, Atwood; Mangum, Margaret Manley. FREDERIC REMINGTON AND THE NORTH COUNTRY. NY: E P
Dutton, 1988. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards. 272pp. Illus. Chronology & Genealogy. Notes. Index. Remington in the
Adirondacks. Remaindered copy. Else fine in dj. (#1204084) $5.27
2079. Manly, William Lewis. DEATH VALLEY IN '49. Readex, n.p., 1966, 1966. Facsimile reprint. Facsimile reprint. Giltstamped fabricoid. 498pp. New Foreword. The author "describes one of the most dramatic episodes in the Gold Rush to California, an
incredible journey of emigrants who got lost in Death Valley..." Fine, no dj as issued. Howes M255, Graff 2670, Cowan p412, Wheat
III. (#0606104) $11.48
2080. Manning, Reg. REG MANNING'S CARTOON GUIDE OF ARIZONA (Signed). NY: J. J. Augustin, 1938. First Edition.
1st printing. Pictorial paper over boards. 121pp. Illus. Illustrated folding map in back pocket, "Reg Manning's Cartoon Map of
Arizona". Unique copy with a neat original drawing in green ink by Manning on title page extending over to facing page. It is signed
& dated by Manning on the former, 6/4/38. Most of the facing page has a printed inscription in same ink in behalf of Gov. R. C.
Stanford to Gov. Frank Murphy of Michigan. It reads, "A long distance wave of the ol' sombrero form the Governor of Arizona to
Frank Murphy Governor of Michigan by way of my personal messenger "Dangerous Dan Kennedy". Under that inscription Gov.
Stanford has signed, titled (Gov of Ariz) & placed a date June (6 or 4) 1938. The covers are quite soiled & edge worn with some
cracking along the front joint. Fair to good thus, but a pretty nifty item. Scarce signed & rare with this kind of presentation.
2081. Mannings Cafeterias (Edward T. Jackson). LARGE QUANTITY FOOD FORMULAS (Mannings Cafeterias). Kirkland:
Privately Published, 1970. First Thus. Privately printed, circa 1970. 4to comb-bound in plain wraps. (429 pgs). Not illus. No title page;
Title is at the top of page one. "The following food formulas were developed by a very successful cafeteria chain with over 60 outlets
located in the western half of the United States..." "The formulas were prepared in the F5 (F stands for formula) quantity and packed
in a vacuum sealed, water proof bag of 15 to 20 servings..." "Each formula was printed on a 5 x 8 card and filed under 21 categories..."
"Some had serving instructions on the back of the card which, in this book, are on the following page." "Each formula is reproduced
here in the same order as the original card file." ("two to a page"). Laid in is an unsigned & un-dated hand-written letter to the
attention of an individual at the Library of Congress stating the donor's wish to give a copy of this book to the LOC, giving a brief
reference to the span of Mannings, Inc. (1908-1970) & requesting an LOC # in spite of the non-copyright status of the material. An
LOC number is affixed on a label on the inside of the front cover. The letter further states: "The formulas are unique in that
ingredients quantities provide three different servings amount for each entre (sic)." Each card has the following columns: Procedure,
Ingredients, and formula quantities 1F,3F,& 5F (example: for Roast Beef Hash: 4 lb, 12 lb, 20 lb). On-line research reveals the history
of Mannings & their popularity. Some photos may be seen on-line. Vg condition; small stains upper front cover. We have not located
a copy of this book in LOC & it appears not to have been published. Was this a singular & private production & this is a unique copy?
In any case, it is rare and an almost unequaled resource for research & actual use for multiple client food preparation. (#5003066)
2082. Mapes, Jeff (Signed). Pedaling Revolution How Cyclists Are Changing American Cities. Corvallis: Oregon State Univ Pr,
2009. 2nd printing. Glossy pictorial wraps. 288 pp. Bibliography. Index. Signed by Mapes. Fine, like new. (#P1007)
2083. Maracotta, Lindsay. THE DEAD CELEB A Lucy Freers Mystery (Signed). NY: William Morrow & Co, 1997. First
Edition. 1st printing. Hardbound. 263pp. Presentation copy to an individual & signed by Maracotta. Fine in dj. (#SHEL576) $7.50
2084. Maraniss, David. WHEN PRIDE STILL MATTERED: A Life of Vince Lombardi. NY: Simon & Schuster, 1999. First
Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 541pp. Illus. Notes. Index. A superb biography. Very slight bump bottom point of front cover; near fine in
near fine dj. (#SHEL894) $31.50
2085. Marciano, John Bemelmans. MADELINE AND THE CATS OF ROME (Signed). NY: Viking, 2008. First Edition. 1st
printing. 4to pictorial hardbound. Unpag. Signed by Marciano on title page. Laid in is the folded color promotional poster. Fine, like
new in dj. (#JUV022)
2086. Margo, Elisabeth. TAMING THE FORTY-NINER. Rinehart & Co., NY, 1950, 1950. First Edition. Cloth & boards. 245pp.
Bibliography. An entertainingly written book, "Being a Saucy Account of the Pleasures of the Gold Rush Days of California Before -and After -- the Arrival of The Ladies." Fine in lightly soiled, lightly stained (lower back panel) dj. Rocq 15941. (#0811102) $14.98
2087. Margolin, Phillip. SLEEPING BEAUTY (Signed). NY: Harper Collins, 2004. ARC. Advance Reader's Edition. Pict trade
wraps. 329pp. Signed by Margolin. New York Times Bestselling Author, a Portland lawyer. Fine, as new condition.
2088. Margolin, Phillip. WILD JUSTICE (Signed). Harper/Collins, NY, 2000., 2000. 1st ed. 3rd printing. Hardbound. Fine, as
new, in dj. Signed by Margolin. Fine, as new, in dj. (#5001008)
2089. Margolin, Phillip. THE BURNING MAN (Signed). Doubleday, NY, 1996., 1996. First Edition. Cloth & boards. 344pp.
Presentation copy signed & dated by Margolin in 1996. The author is an attorney in Portland, Oregon & his several crime novels are
well written & have been well received. Fine, as new in dj. (#FTR244) $8.10
2090. Marks, Paula Mitchell. AND DIE IN THE WEST: The Story of the O.K. Corral Gunfight. NY: William Morrow & Co,
1989. First Edition. Cloth & boards. 1st printing. 480pp. Illus. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Block edges have soiling & some stain but not intruding onto pages. Lower front corner bumped. Slightly edgeworn, soiled dj. (#1111103)
2091. Marr, Melissa. UNTAMED CITY: CARNIVAL OF (Secrets) (Signed). NY: Harper, 2012. First Edition. What you are
purchasing is the 1st printing of the first published state of this book, this copy titled UNTAMED CITY: CARNIVAL OF SOULS.
Hardbound. 306pp. Signed by Marr on title page. (No inscription or presentation; only her signature). "Limited Edition" is stated on
the title page, but otherwise is the typical 1st printing trade edition. The title of this book was quickly changed to Carnival of Secrets,
but this copy is the original title. Very hard to come by thus. Fine in dj. (#5011076)
2092. Marriott, Alice, and Rachlin, Carol K. AMERICAN EPIC The Story of the American Indian. Putnams, NY, 1969, 1969.
First Edition. Pictorial blindstamped cloth. 254pp. Illust. Extensive bibliography. Index. "... this book takes the reader into the Indian's
past, draws him into the rites, council fires, battles, & daily lives of the Sioux, Apache, Navaho, Cheyenne, & many others." Fine in
slightly worn, pc dj. (#0606105) $9.84
2093. Marriott, Alice, and Rachlin, Carol K. OKLAHOMA The Forty-sixth Star (Signed). Doubleday, Garden City, 1973, 1973.
First Edition. Cloth. 238pp. Illustrated with a few photos. Bibliography. Index. Endpaper maps of Oklahoma. Presentation copy signed
by both authors. Also signed by the former owner. Dj blurb says, "... with humor, warmth and affection... The authors write of the
early oil towns, pioneer life, homesteading, land openings and Indians." Fine in pc dj that is virtually complete, but with tears & minor
chips. Scarce signed. (#0711229) $58.50
2094. Marriott, Alice. HELL ON HORSES AND WOMEN. Norman: OU, 1953. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth 290pp. Illustrated
with small drawings by Lefranc. A classic book on ranch women throughout the U. S., but especially the West. Near fine in fair dj
with long tear top left front panel & also loss of paper at front bottom fold. Herd 1443. (#1602105)
2095. Marriott, Alice. MARIA The Potter of San Ildefonso (Signed by Maria). Norman: OU, 1976. 14th printing. Cloth. 294pp.
Illus. Appendix: "Table of Pottery (as illustrated)", Chronology. Bibliography. True ink signature by Maria on frontispiece drawing ,
"Maria Poveka". On ffep is ink stamp of Popovi Da Studio of Indian Arts San Ildefonso Pueblo Santa Fe, New Mexico. The classic
biography on Maria. Fine in vg+ dj with some wear at head & toe of backstrip. (#1302074)
2096. Marriott, Alice. MARIA The Potter of San Ildefonso (Signed by Marriott). Norman: OU, 1976. First Edition. 1st printing.
Cloth. 294pp. Illus. Appendix: "Table of Pottery (as illustrated)", Chronology. Bibliography. Signed "Most cordially Alice Marriott"
on ffep. The classic biography on Maria. Upper front cover corner slightly bumped. Near fine thus in worn dj with small chips.
2097. Marriott, Alice. MARIA THE POTTER OF SAN ILDEFONSO. Norman: OU, 1948. First Edition. 1st printing. Decor
blind-stamped cloth. 294pp. Illust. fos on end papers & gift inscription on half-title. Campbell (p50) says "the best full-length
biography of an Indian woman extant." Long a classic of Southwest biography. Fine in slightly worn, pc dj. (#9006124)
2098. Marsh, George. SLED TRAILS AND WHITE WATERS. Penn, Philadelphia, 1929, 1929. First Edition. Beautiful pictorial
gilt-stamped, blue cloth, done in the elegant style of fine trade books from the period. 298pp. Illustrated by Frank E. Schoonover.
Pencil fos from Ocean Falls, B.C., on ffep. Nice little bookseller's label of Ireland & Allan, Ltd, from Granville St. of Vancouver,
B.C.. Stories, such as "The Judgment of Achille Breault", "The Vengeance of Black Fox", & eight others. Small blemishes on back
cover, else fine. (#0603108)
2099. Marsh, Kiyo; Marsh; Tomi; Cooper, Laura. THE FISHES AND DISHES COOKBOOK Seafood Recipes and Salty Stories
from Alaska's Commercial Fisherwomen (Signed). Kenmore: Epicenter, 2010. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to pictorial stiff wraps
with French flaps. 141pp. Illus. Index. Signed by all three authors. Fine. (#SHEL730) $35.00
2100. Marshall, Jack. FROM BAGHDAD TO BROOKLYN Growing Up in a Jewish-Arabic Family in Midcentury America.
Coffee House Press, Minn., 2005. ARC. Uncorrected Galley. Pictorial trade wraps. 248pp. Fine. (#5017029ARC) $6.28
2101. Marshall, John Douglas (Ed.). HOME FIELD: Nine Writers At Bat (Signed). Sasquatch, Seattle, 2004, 2004. First Thus.
Pictorial wraps. 214pp. Chapter head vignettes. Signed by Marshall. Essays on baseball by several fine Northwest writers, including
National Book Award winners Sherman Alexie & Timothy Egan. Fine, like new. (#0805090)
2102. Marshall, John Douglas, Edit. HOME FIELD: 9 WRITERS AT BAT (Signed). Sasquatch, Seattle, 2004, 2004. First Thus.
1st printing in pictorial paperback. 214pp. Signed by Marshall. Illustrations by Tinn Hoggatt. Stories & essays on baseball. Fine.
SPANISH. Seattle: Shorey Book Store, 1967. Limited First Edition. Pictorial wraps. 40pp. Frontispiece. 1st edition of facsimile
reprint ltd to 100 copies. Slight fading along the cover edges. Near fine. (#1104095)
2104. Martin, Alexa. GIRL WONDER A Novel. NY: Hyperion, 2011. First Edition. 1st printing. Hardbound. 285pp. Fine, like new
in dj. (#SHEL609)
2105. Martin, Douglas. YUMA CROSSING. Albuquerque: U of New Mexico, 1954. First Edition. Cloth. 243pp. Chapter head
vignettes. Bibliography. Index. "This is not a story of Yuma, Arizona, but of the tides of history" at "the only 'safe' ford of the
Colorado River, dividing Arizona from California." Fine in chipped dj with uneven price clip. (#1011091) $15.80
2106. Martin, Nora. A PERFECT SNOW. (Signed with pub promo). Bloomsbury, NY, 2002., 2002. First Edition. 1st U.S.
edition. Cloth. 144pp. Signed & dated by Martin. Publisher's promo card laid in. Set in Montana, a novel of white supremacy &
hatred. Fine, as new in dj. (#5012013)
2107. Martin, Richard (as told to Bill Pfisterer). K'AIIROONDAK: Behind the Willows (Signed). Fairbanks: Center for CrossCultural Studies, 1993. First Edition. Pictorial oblong 4to wraps. 294pp. Illus. Map. Presentation copy to J_____ signed by Pfisterer.
"... a collection of remembrances of things past as seen (by Martin) who remembered the Porcupine River and its stories." Vg+. Scarce
signed. (#1204085)
2108. Martin, Russell, and Teensma, Hans (design). COWBOY: The Enduring Myth of the Wild West. New York: Stewart
Tabori & Chang, 1983. First Edition. 4to cloth. 432pp. Lavishly illustrated with photos in color & b/w from several photographers,
including some who specialize in cowboy & ranch photography. Photographers are listed as are photo & text credits. Bibliography. A
sumptuous book, one of the best of its type in the modern era. Felt tip pen info on both paste downs are scribbled over in ink. Else fine
in dj. (#SHEL331)
2109. Martindale, Thomas. HUNTING IN THE UPPER YUKON. Phila: George W. Jacobs, 1913. First Edition. 1st printing.
Cloth. 320pp. Illustrated with half-tone photos except for the frontispiece. Variant binding in olive cloth with black lettering on spine.
The bottom of the spine has old tape residue. It's not an eyesore, but is present. Vg. No. dj. Scarce. (#1602106)
2110. Martinez, Manuel Luis. DRIFT. Picador, NY, 2002., 2002. ARC. Advance Uncorrected Proofs. Trade pict wraps. 359pp.
"Martinez takes us into a world that exists all over the country but is rarely portrayed so deeply -- the decidedly unmagical realm of
struggling Mexican Americans." Fine, as new. (#5014007ARC)
2111. Marty, Martin E. By Way of Response Journeys in Faith. Nashville: Abingdon, 1981. First Edition. Gilt-stamped cloth. 143
pp. Somewhat of a memoir of this great modern church historian's journey of faith. Owner's markings in text, else fine in dj. Great
reading copy. (#THEOSHEL288) $4.74
2112. Marty, Martin E. Righteous Empire: The Protestant Experience in America. New York: Dial, 1970. First Edition. Cloth.
295pp. Chapter Notes. Index. Owner's signature in ffep. A bi-centennial history of Protestantism in America by one of the American
church's finest historians ever. Near fine in dj. (#THEOSHEL289)
2113. Marzio, Peter C. THE DEMOCRATIC ART Pictures for a 19th Century America. Boston & Ft. Worth, 1979., 1979. First
Edition. 1st edition. 4to cloth. 357pp. Illustrated. A scholarly study finely printed by David Godine for the Amon Carter Museum. One
of the very best books, much sought, on a subject that has mushroomed over the years as print collecting has become an avid pursuit
for many. Upper front cover corner slightly bumped. Near fine in dj. (#9908140)
2114. Mason, Augustus Lynch. THE STORY OF THE PIONEERS An Illustrated Narrative of the Heroic Deeds and Devoted
Lives of the Fathers and Mothers of America embracing The Principal Episodes in the Struggle of the White Race with the
Red Men for the Possession of the New World. National Book Co., Cincinnati, 1899, 1899. First Thus. 3rd edition, but 1st thus of
this exact title. Originally published as The Romance and Tragedy of Pioneer Life. Later 1/4 gilt-stamped black leather & blue cloth.
1,032pp. Many detailed engravings. Maps. One of the more detailed & attractively printed books in the broad genre of frontier conflict
with Indians. Binding professionally improved greatly with retightening & new endpapers. Some foxing. Tiny tear/nick to the edge of
a few leaves; almost unnoticeable until you turn to those pages. The worst is a leaf (pp 331-332) that has been torn nearly in half and
taped closed by a former owner. Still, a good copy and very scarce in this edition. cf. Rader 2359. (#0411087)
2115. Masterson, V. V. THE KATY RAILROAD AND THE LAST FRONTIER. Norman: OU, 1952. First Edition. 1st printing.
Cloth. 312pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Maps. Slight bump lower front cover corner, else fine in vg dj. Herd 1451. (#1602107)
2116. Mather, R. E. & F. E. Boswell. HANGING THE SHERIFF A Biography of Henry Plummer. (Signed). Salt Lake City:
Univ of Utah, 1987. First Edition. 1st printing. 226pp. Illust. Signed by both authors. Dust jacket says, "an enormous amount of
meticulous work." Fine, as new in dj. (#9104087c) $35.55
2117. Mather, R.E. & F.E. Boswell. GOLD CAMP DESPERADOES A Study of Violence, Crime and Punishment on the
Mining Frontier. (Signed). Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, U.S.A.: San Jose, 1990., 1990. First Edition. 1st edition. 218pp. Illust. Index.
Notes. Bibliography. Map. Signed by both authors. This book is on the mining frontier of California, Idaho, and Montana. Fine, as
new in dj. Scarce in 1st edition & signed. (#9104086)
2118. Mather, R.E. & F.E. Boswell. JOHN DAVID BORTHWICK ARTIST OF THE GOLD RUSH. (Signed). Chicago,
Illinois, U.S.A.: San Jose, 1991., 1989. First Edition. 1st edition. Cloth. 216pp. Illust. Signed by both authors. Borthwick's account "is
one of the best available & soon made him a 'world class reporter.'" Includes account of his journey to California. Fine, as new in dj.
Very scarce signed. (#9104085) $42.65
2119. Matheson, David. RED THUNDER (Signed + Signed portfolio). Portland (OR): Media Weavers, 2001. First Edition. 1st
printing. Trade pictorial wraps. 316pp. Fictional memoir, in the sense that the "story draws from the oral history of the ... Coeur d'
Alene Tribe in Northern Idaho." Fine, like new. Along with this copy is the publisher's color (book cover) pictorial folder also signed
by Matheson. It includes a number of sheets of reviews & a 5" x 8" color printed promo card. (#0805093) $35.00
2120. Mathews, Carl F. EARLY DAYS AROUND THE DIVIDE. St. Louis: Sign Book Co., 1969. First Edition. 1st printing. 4to
pictorial wraps. 78pp. Illustrated with vintage photos, nice vignette drawings, & prints. Map of Elbert & Bent Counties, & southern
Arapahoe Co., Colorado. Most pages are bordered with cattle brands. Co-authored with E. C. Matthews (noted: difference in spelling).
Faint price sticker shadow top corner of front cover, else fine. A very scarce Colorado pioneer item. (#1302076) $225.11
2121. Mathews, Ellie. The Linden Tree (Signed). Milkweed Editions, Minneapolis, 0. ARC. Advance Reading Copy. Pictorial
trade wraps. 169pp. Signed & dated by Mathews. Winner of the Milkweed Prize for Children's Literature. A beautifully written book.
Fine, like new. (#5007047ARC) $12.15
2122. Mathews, John Joseph. WAH' KON-TAH The Osage and the White Man's Road. Norman: OU, 1932. First Edition. 1st
printing. Decorated cloth. 359pp. Illus. Privately printed bookplate affixed to blank preliminary page. A wonderfully written book by
an Osage citizen & Rhodes scholar. Fine in vg dj. Dobie p35, Campbell p81, Rader 2366. (#SHEL830)
2123. Mattes, Merrill J. INDIANS, INFANTS AND INFANTRY Andrew and Elizabeth Burt on the Frontier. (Signed).
Denver, 1960., 1960. First Edition. Cloth. 304pp. Illust. Signed by Mattes. Highly regarded account of a celebrated officer & his wife.
The subject briefly commanded Ft. Bridger & was the last Commandant of Ft. C .F. Smith. He saw action over a significant area of
the Indian Wars on the Northern Plains & associated with many leaders on both sides. This book is based on first-hand records kept by
Mrs. Burt, along with other primary documents. Fine in slightly chipped, moderately worn dj. (#9705102) $25.52
2124. Matthews, Jack. COLLECTING RARE BOOKS FOR PLEASURE AND PROFIT - a practical manual on collecting
books from the 15th Century to the present time. Athens: Ohio University Press, 1981. 2nd Edition. 1st printing of 2nd edition.
Cloth. 307pp. Illus. Appendices: "Glossary of Bibliophilic Terms". "Selected List of Booksellers Who Issue Catalogs." Bibliography.
Index. How-tos and memoirs of a bookseller. Extensive information. Fine in dj. The preferred edition. (#SHEL573) $18.00
2125. Matthews, Kezi. FLYING LESSONS (Signed). Chicago: Cricket, 2002. ARC. Advance Uncorrected Reading Copy. Small
8vo pict trade wraps. 162pp. Signed & dated by Matthews. A flying story for young readers, 10 - 14. The author's 3rd novel. Fine, as
new. (#5013036ARC)
2126. Matthews, Rupert. SASQUATCH North America's Enduring Mystery. London: Arcturus, 2014. First Thus. 1st printing of
redesigned paper edition, originally published in 2008. 383pp. Illus/photos. A basic & balanced survey of the subject that will serve
well those beginning to explore the subject. Better than some other basic survey books. Fine, like new. (#SHEL743) $11.50
2127. Matthiessen, Peter. IN THE SPIRIT OF CRAZY HORSE. New York, New York, U.S.A.: NY, 1983., 1991. First Edition.
Unexpurgated 1st issue. Cloth & boards. Notes. Index. 628pp. Maps. Upper cover corners bumped, else fine in dj. (#9309088)
2128. Matthiessen, Peter. WILDLIFE IN AMERICA. NY, 1959., 1959. First Edition. 1st edition. Royal 8vo pict cloth. 304pp.
Illust. Near fine in spine rubbed, pc dj, edge reinforced with tape. (#9601102) $9.84
2129. Matzko, John J. Microscopic Determination of the Nonopaque Minerals. U.S. Gov. Pr. Office, Wash DC, 1984, 1984. 4to
color printed wraps. 453pp. Tables, Charts, Lists, & some drawings throughout. USGS Bulletin 1627, a revision of the 1934 bulletin
848 by Larsen & Berman. Fine condition, but with a narrow, feather-shaped foxing type stain on both sides of first sheet (1/4" x 4
1/2"). (#AV4.001)
2130. Maudslay, Robert. (Winifred Kupper, Edit.). TEXAS SHEEPMAN The Reminiscences of Robert Maudslay. Texas, Austin,
1951, 1951. First Edition. Pictorial cloth. 138pp. Illustrated nicely with the artwork (in b/w) by Hilda Wilcox Phelps. Near fine.
Lacking the dj. Dobie pp. 93 & 110. (#0603111)
2131. Mauldin, Bill. LET'S DECLARE OURSELVES WINNERS ...and Get the Hell Out. Novato: Presidio Pr, 1985. First
Edition. Hardbound. 155pp. Illustrated with the incomparable cartoon art of Mauldin. The author/illustrator's "first collection of
political cartoons since 1965." Fine in about fine dj. (#SHEL443)
2132. Maxted, Anna. BEHAVING LIKE ADULTS. Reganbooks, NY, 2003, 2003. First Edition. 1st printing. Cloth & boards.
390pp. The author's third novel, & well reviewed. A "hilarious novel" about "twenty-nine year old Holly,the sunny optimistic owner"
of a dating service who finds out she can misjudge people. Fine, as new in dj. (#5001047)
2133. Maxtone-Graham, John. THE ONLY WAY TO CROSS The Golden Era of the great Atlantic express liners---from the
Mauretania to the France and the Queen Elizabeth 2 (Signed). U.S.A.: Barnes & Noble, 1997. 2nd Edition. Very nice reprint, 1st
printing thus. Cloth & boards. 434pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Pictorial endpapers. Inscribed by the author as follows: "For B____
V________ Honoring the 25th Anniversary of the Marine Hotel Association this volume is inscribed and autographed by the author
(autograph)". Foreword by Walter Lord is retained. Fine in near fine dj. Scarce signed. (#SHEL927)
2134. Maxwell, Hu. EVANS AND SONTAG The Famous Outlaws of California. Fresno: Fresno City and County Hist. Soc.,
1981. First Thus. Reprint of the fragile & "very rare" 1893 1st edition. Gilt-stamped cloth. 260 pp. Illust. Bibliography. Index.
Endpaper maps. Laid in is a tri-fold publisher's pictorial promo. The owner has a long purchasing statement on the blank verso of the
ffep & a small ink date on the ffep. "The rare and long out-of-print 1893 edition of a classic of Californiana. Illustrated and updated."
Vg in edge faded & slightly chipped dj. 6-guns 1467, 150 #102, Cowan p 420. (#0903095)
2135. Maxwell, Jessica (Signed). Roll Around Heaven An All-true Accidental Spiritual Adventure. Hillsboro & New York:
Beyond Words Pub Co & Atria Books, 2009. First Edition. Hardbound. 274 pp. Signed by Maxwell. Fine, like new in dj. (# P1020b)
2136. May, Stephen. PILGRIMAGE: A Journey Through Colorado's History and Culture. Athens (OH): Swallow,, 1987. First
Edition. Cloth. 125pp. Illustrated with drawings. Essays. Fine, as new in dj. (#0603112) $19.68
2137. Mayer, Herbert T. (Ed.). ASPECTS OF BIBLICAL HERMENEUTICS. Concordia Theological Monthly, St. Louis, 1966,
1966. First Edition. Printed wraps. 108pp. Essays by Herbert J. A. Bouman, Ralph A. Bohlmann, Fred Kramer, & John Warwick
Montgomery. Underlined throughout. Small snag top of front cover & taped short tear bottom of back cover. Uncommon.
2138. Maynard, Guy. THE RISK OF BEING RIDICULOUS A Historical Novel of Love and Revolution (Signed). Ashland,
OR: Hellgate Press, 2010. First Edition. Glossy pictorial wraps. 289pp. Signed by Maynard (shortly after publication), and with his
card laid in. Stated 1st printing. Fine, like new. NOT print-on-demand copy. (#Pa004) $14.76
2139. Mazamas, The. OREGON OUT OF DOORS Mount Hood. Portland: Mazamas, 1920. First Edition. Small (4 5/8" x 6 5/8")
green overlapping & stapled printed wraps with decorative motif. 121pp. Illustrated with b/w half tones. Map of Mt. Hood. Index.
Chapters are written by various contributors. Bookseller's label, that of Fred Lockley Rare Western Books Portland, inside front cover.
3/8" split to spine edge at top & slightly at bottom. Else fine. Uncommon. (#1003085) $30.36
2140. Mazzulla, Fred M. & Jo. CRIPPLE CREEK AND THE PIKES PEAK REGION. A. B. Hirschfeld, Denver, 1956., 1956.
First Edition. 4to gilt-stamped full leather. 64pp. Profusely illustrated. Map. Original wrappers binding & covers have been finely
bound into this leather edition. Fine. (#0303087)
2141. McAndrews, Edward. AMERICAN INDIAN PHOTO POST CARD BOOK (Signed). L. A.: Big Heart, 2002.
Limited/Numbered. 1st printing ltd to 1,000 copies. Medium sized 4to pictorial hardbound. Attractively illustrated with a
representative real photo post card image from many photographers, mainly late 1800s & early 1900s. Signed by McAndrews, copy #
806. Fine. No dj as issued. Uncommon. (#1307099) $80.04
1999, 1999. Limited/Numbered. Printed wraps. Facsimile reprint limited to 50 copies of which this is #41. 78pp. Frontispiece portrait
of Judge McAtee. Preface by Oklahoma/Kansas & Plains historian, David Dary. McAtee represented the CSLSA in attempting to
recover grazing fees from certain cattlemen in the Cherokee Strip about 1890, which were due to the Cherokee Nation. A most
important book relating to the close of the open range era & Indian Territory. The original of 1891 is exceedingly rare. Fine condition,
like new. Herd 1367, Hargrett Okla Imprints p90. (#SHEL353)
2143. McAuliffe, Dennis Jr. THE DEATHS OF SYBIL BOLTON: An American History (Signed). NY: Times Books, 1994.
First Edition. True 1st printing as per notation in April, 1994, Firsts Magazine. 337pp. Notes. Genealogy. Endpaper maps of Osage
lands; inset map of Osage County, Oklahoma. Signed by McAuliffe. Through his investigation into the death of his grandmother,
Sybil Bolton, the author is brought "face to face with the unspeakable brutality of the 'Osage Reign of Terror'.. in the 1920s, carried
out by the white settlers of Oklahoma against the Osage Nation." Fine in dj. "Autographed Copy" sticker on front dj panel. Scarce
signed. (#1111106)
2144. McBee, William D. THE OKLAHOMA REVOLUTION. Modern Pub. Inc., OKC, 1956, 1956. First Edition. Gilt-stamped
cloth. 179pp. Illustrated with portraits. The author was Speaker of the House (Okla legislature) "during the impeachment of Governor
John Callaway Walton". He admits that he was writing "MY version of the story" of Gov. Walton in the early 1920s. He was urged to
do so, according to the Foreword, by the famous Oklahoma historian, Grant Foreman. Fine copy, no dj (a plain one was possibly
issued). Scarce. (#0711240)
2145. McBride, Bill (Comp). A POCKET GUIDE TO THE IDENTIFICATION OF FIRST EDITIONS. n.p.: McBride, 1989.
4th Edition. 4th revised edition, 2nd printing. Pictorial 12mo wraps. 76pp. A necessary guide for book collectors & dealers. Light
soiling. About vg. (#5011079)
2146. McBurney-Lin, Jana. MY HALF OF THE SKY (Signed). Komenar, Walnut Creek, 2006, 2006. First Edition. Cloth. 533pp.
General presentation copy signed by the author, "Here's to your hall -- Enjoy -- (signed). Fine, as new in dj. (#5018017)
2147. McCaffree, Mary Ellen, and Corbett, Anne McNamee. POLITICS OF THE POSSIBLE The Decade our American
Democracy Worked A View from the Inside (Signed). n.p.: Privately Published, 2011. First Thus. 1st printing trade paper edition.
Pictorial wraps. 442pp. Illus. Notes. Signed by both authors. McCaffree served the public in Washington State & King Co. leadership.
She argues from her own experience that "politics can be positive, real reform is possible, a responsible focus on problem-solving can
overcome partisan ills, and a single citizen can really make a difference." Fine. (#5004060)
2148. McCallum, Henry D. and Frances T. THE WIRE THAT FENCED THE WEST. OU, Norman, 1965, 1965. First Edition.
Cloth. 285pp. Illustrated with photos & drawings. Bibliography. Index. Also: "Modern Trends", "Classification", "Identification". The
classic history of the invention, promotion, & use of barbed wire in the West. Info on the Cherokee Strip & Panhandle cattle industry.
Fine in worn dj with tears closed. 6-guns 1383. (#0711242) $35.00
2149. McCallum, John, and Ross, Lorraine Wilcox. PORT ANGELES U. S. A. Seattle: Wood and Reber, 1961. First Edition. 1st
printing. Gilt-stamped cloth. 199pp. Illus. Endpaper maps. Published for this Olympic Peninsula & Strait of Juan de Fuca city's
centennial. Near fine; no dj. (#SHEL882) $12.50
2150. McCallum, John, and Ross, Lorraine Wilcox. PORT ANGELES U. S. A. (Signed). Seattle: Wood and Reber, 1961. First
Edition. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped cloth. 199pp. Illus. Endpaper maps. Presentation signed by Ross to Don Smith in 1971. At top of
title page above the title is an elaborate ink stamp with several lines representing Aggie's Motel and Restaurant in Port Angeles, which
the internet suggests still exists. Published for this Olympic Peninsula & Strait of Juan de Fuca city's centennial. Fine in fine, pc dj.
2151. McCann, Lloyd E. THE GRATTAN MASSACRE. n.p.: Nebraska History, 1956. First Thus. 1st separate reprint. Pictorial
wraps. 25pp. Map. Slight smudge bottom of front cover. Near fine. (#1412084) $5.00