An extensive guide to the arms and accoutrements the Confederate soldier used, carried, handled, or treasured. Folio HB w/green pictorial cover……….110.00 15) [BREWSTER COUNTY] ALPINE, TEXAS: Then and Now, A Centennial Edition by Clifford B. Includes a 100 page section of bio-graphical sketches of many pioneers to the region. Folio HB red cloth w/pictorial cover, …..…125.00 16) Brooks, Connie THE LAST COWBOYS: Closing the Open Range in Southeastern New Mexico, 1890s-1920s 1993, 1st edition, Albuquerque. Biography of the author’s father who was a Texas Ranger and later sheriff in Coleman County just before and after the turn of the 20th-century.This book tells what became of many of the range cowboys after the trail drives ended in 1890. HB/DJ……30.00 17) Brothers, Mary Hudson A PECOS PIONEER 1943, 1st edition, Albuquerque. During his career as a lawman he would encounter such notables as Sam Bass, Dick and Dell Dublin, Pancho Villa and John Wesley Hardin.196pp w/map endpapers, photos, index.[editor] BUILDERS OF THE SOUTHWEST 1959, 1st edition, Lubbock. RANCHING DAYS IN DAKOTA, and, CUSTER’S BLACK HILL’S EXPEDITION OF 1874 1950, 1st edition, Baltimore. Tells about many of the early day ranchers in Dakotas. HB w/simulated rattlesnake cover, this copy 26) Dobie, J. An address made May, 1931, 1948, on the occasion of the dedication of the Mustang Monument, located at the San Jacinto Boulevard entrance to the Texas Memorial Museum. Softcover…..35.00) Entertaining stories of folklore from numerous contributors. HB blue and tan cloth the front board is slightly bent outward, and there’s a tiny stain…..….65.00 30) [DOBIE, J. HB brown cloth, numbered and .....65.00 31) [DOBIE, J. FRANK DOBIE: A Bibliography by Mary Louise Mc Vicker. “Two decades of diligent research, coupled with the acumen and experience of a skilled librarian, have gone into this compilation of all known writings of Dobie, the [prolific] chronicler of the history and legends of the prairies, plains, and desert.” 258pp w/photos, illustrations, index. Frank OUT OF THE ORIGINAL ROCK reprinted from the 1962 Brand Book of the Denver Posse of the Westerners.
[Originally published in 1944.] Detailed descriptions and data of the Rebel forces’ firearms. HB, maroon leather w/gilt decorations and edges; silk ribbon marker and endpapers. Softcover, scarce..85.00 58) [GEOLOGY—Central Texas] BAYLOR GEOLOGICAL STUDIES A bound portfolio of ten issus1961 through 1966.
Folio HB/DJ, very good copy, , Shoal Creek Publishers, Austin.
A chronological account of the public life and accomplishments of Johnson who became the 35th President of the United States. The maps in this portfolio are the result of an extensive study done in 1989 when President Reagan signed into law a bill declaring the Santa Fe Trail a component of America’s Historic Trail System. Spradley, Sheriff of Nacogdoches County for Thirty Years. Adams, SIX-GUNS: “Tells about many Texas murders, including the one by Bill Mitchell of James Truitt, the result of one of Texas’ many feuds.
’65 #8 – Urban Geology of Greater Waco Part I: Geology; Fall ’65 #9 – Urban Geology of Greater Waco Part II: Soils; Spr. Oblong folio HB, tan cloth with two tiny 1/4 inch spots on back cover, and the front hinge is partially split, uncommon…..125.00 64) Haley, J. Much of Haley’s material came from first-hand interviews with Goodnight over a period of years.
’66 #10- Urban Geology of Greater Waco Part III: Water; plus 7 FOLDING MAPS/PLATES. Evetts CHARLES GOODNIGHT: Cowman and Plainsman 1949, 2nd printing, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman. Reese, SIX SCORE: “Goodnight’s career spanned the history of the development of West Texas, from Indian fighting to oil wells…Haley’s beautifully written biography, perhaps his best book, is an ample vehicle for a mighty figure, and a classic of American biography.” 485pp w/bibliography, index.