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THE A BAR A RANCH, ENCAMPMENT, WYOMING. (COVER TITLE)

by ANDERSON, ANDREW

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[Chicago: Parker Printing Co., n. d. (ca 1925)]., 1925. First edition. First edition. Oblong 6" x 9" pictorial green wrappers, 20 pp., foreword, illustrated mostly from photographs. This is a promotional booklet for a dude ranch in Carbon County, Wyoming. Described are attractions such as fishing, hunting, swimming, tennis, pack trips, wild west shows, etc. The management requests that guests supply references when writing for reservations. The last page is a list of past guests with home addresses, who will vouch for the ranch and its services. There is a panoramic view of the ranch in the center of the booklet Near fine condition.
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"A CLOSE RUN THING" AND HIS NEXT NINE VOLUMES IN THE MATTHEW HERVEY SERIES.

"A CLOSE RUN THING" AND HIS NEXT NINE VOLUMES IN THE MATTHEW HERVEY SERIES.

by MALLINSON, ALLAN.

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London: Bantam Press, [1999-2008]., 1999. First edition. First editions. Author's first ten novels in the Matthew Hervey series. Each volume in as new, unread condition in as new dust jacket. Each of the ten novels is signed by the author. This run chronicles the life of Matthew Hervey, an officer serving in he British 6th Light Dragoons from the late Napoleonic Wars through subsequent colonial conflicts in India, North America, and south Africa. In the first volume, as war rages across Europe, Bonaparte is sent to Elba and hopes rise for peace. After a brief visit back home, Hervey is sent to join his regiment in Cork, where tensions are rising between Irish tenants and their English landlords. When Napoleon escapes his island prison and returns to make war in France, Cornet Hervey and the 6th Light Dragoons are sent to join Wellington's forces for the final battle at Waterloo. A handsome, unread set.
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"A DROP OF INK MAY MAKE A MILLION THINK." LETTERS FROM GOLDEN LATITUDES

"A DROP OF INK MAY MAKE A MILLION THINK." LETTERS FROM GOLDEN LATITUDES

by [ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS & MANITOBA RAILWAY]

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St. Paul: Pioneer Press, 1885., 1885. First edition. 8 1/2" x 5 3/4" in burnt orange printed wrappers and with a map on rear wrapper. 48 pp., illustrations. The letters are, "from a well-known correspondent, who visited the Northwest in May and June, 1885." These letters will be found to contain, "a large amount of valuable statistical and other information, relative to the various sections of country traversed by the writer in his tour of 2,000 miles." Letters discuss visits to Stearns County, Norman County, Swift County, Alexandria, Crookston, Moose Island, Minnesota; Devils Lake, Morehead, Dunseith, Rolette County, Dakota Territory, etc. Information for the home seeker and on the St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba Railway; various statistics for Minnesota and Dakota. Nine full-page illustrations. Light fold to bottom corner and with agent stamp on front wrapper.
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A.H. WOODS STUPENDOUS MELODRAMATIC PRODUCTION, THE GAMBLER OF THE WEST

A.H. WOODS STUPENDOUS MELODRAMATIC PRODUCTION, THE GAMBLER OF THE WEST

by DAVIS, OWEN.

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N.P.: Privately printed, n.d. [ca 1905]., 1905. First edition. 4pp. theater herald, 11" x 14", c.1905 for this "Great Unexcelled American Play" featuring Indians, Cowboys, Trained Horses, Old-time Stagecoach, Cowboy band, Carloads of Scenery & Western Paraphernalia, A Big Company of Capable Actors and a Play That Possesses All the Best Elements of Entertainment. Poster style center spread with back panel as an outline of the plot synopsis and descriptive listing of the cast. The front cover is suitable for framing, with its old-style typography and outstanding drawing of four tough-looking cowboys losing at the card table to a good-looking young dude, who is undoubtedly the Gambler of the play's title. Albert Herman Woods, born Aladore Herman, was an American theatrical producer. He produced over 140 plays on Broadway. Woods had a stable of favorite playwrights, most notably Owen Davis, who he worked with for several years on melodramas. Brittle, with the usual edge chips… Read More
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"A KILLER IS WHAT THEY NEEDED." THE TRUE, UNTOLD STORY OF COMMODORE PERRY OWENS, A...

"A KILLER IS WHAT THEY NEEDED." THE TRUE, UNTOLD STORY OF COMMODORE PERRY OWENS, A SHERIFF OF THE ARIZONA TERRITORY

by GRASSE, DAVID

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Santa Anna, California: Graphic Publishers, 2013., 2013. First edition. First Edition. Cloth. xvi. 290pp. Illustrations. Map on Endpapers. Prologue. Epilogue. Bibliography. Index. Foreword by Robert K. DeArment. The first complete biography of this famous sheriff of Apache County, Arizona Territory. Owens is best known for his amazing gunfight in Holbrook in 1887, in which he killed Andy Cooper and Samuel Houston Blevins, and wounded Mote B. Roberts and John Blevins. As New in dust jacket. Scarce.
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"A LA CLAIRE FONTAINE." DINNER MENU FROM THE COMPAGNE GENERALE TRANSATLANTIQUE FRENCH...

"A LA CLAIRE FONTAINE." DINNER MENU FROM THE COMPAGNE GENERALE TRANSATLANTIQUE FRENCH LINE SHIP, S.S. FRANCE, DATED JULY 29, 1974

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Paris: Imprimerie Transatlantique, 1974., 1974. First edition. 10 1/2" x 8 1/4" with beautiful color artwork by Jean A. Mercier on front cover. Rear cover offers words and music to the song "A La Claire Fontaine," with an illustrations of a flower, a butterfly and a singing bird mixed between the verses. The S.S. France was one of the last transatlantic liners. "One area given an unusual amount of attention was the ship's kitchens; 1,500 square meters in area, and placed almost amidships, between the two dining rooms which the one kitchen served. It was thought by the CGT directors that the France would not only display the best in French art and design, but also French cuisine. The kitchens were equipped with the most advanced machinery available, as well as many traditional cooking aides, including a stove that was 12 meters long and 2.5 meters wide. Staffed with 180 of France's best cooks, sauce and pastry chefs, rotisserie cooks, head waiters and wine stewards,… Read More
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[A SWELL-LOOKING BABE]. UN CHOUETTE PETIT LOT.

[A SWELL-LOOKING BABE]. UN CHOUETTE PETIT LOT.

by THOMPSON, JIM.

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[Paris]: Gallimard, [1968]., 1968. First edition. First French edition of "A Swell-Looking Babe." PBO. Near fine in pictorial wrappers. Bill "Dusty" Rhodes dropped out of college to take care of his adeptive father. He resents his father and misses his mother, who died a few years before. Terribly depressed, Dusty is now working as a bellhop at the Hotel Manton. When Marcia Hillis, a swell-looking babe, becomes a guest at the hotel, he knows she's the one chance he's got of filling the void. But then late one night Marcia calls him to her room. Why???
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"A TEXAS SHERIFF." A VIVID AND ACCURATE ACCOUNT OF SOME OF THE MOST NOTORIOUS MURDER...

"A TEXAS SHERIFF." A VIVID AND ACCURATE ACCOUNT OF SOME OF THE MOST NOTORIOUS MURDER CASES AND FEUDS IN THE HISTORY OF EAST TEXAS, AND THE OFFICERS WHO RELENTLESSLY PURSUED THE CRIMINALS TILL THEY WERE BROUGHT TO JUSTICE AND PAID THE FULL PENALTY OF THE LAW.

by FULLER, HENRY C.

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Nacogdoches: Baker Printing Co., 1931., 1931. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Pictorial wrappers, 80 pp., double column, illustrated, plates, portraits. Six Guns 784 says, "Scarce." "Tells about many Texas murders, including the one by Bill Mitchell of James Truitt, the result of one of Texas' many feuds. The author also touches upon the Border-Wall-Broocks feud." Top page edges uncut, else a fine, bright, clean, unread copy.
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"A TRIP" - - - 1947 PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM / SCRAPBOOK / MANUSCRIPT DIARY

by NEWER, AGNES MARIE

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1947., 1947. First edition. 15 3/4" x 12" x 2 1/2" in embossed and gilt brown boards. 149 pages with nearly 450 photographs, postcards and ephemeral pieces of which most are captioned in manuscript. Forty-eight original photographs, RPPCs, programs, pamphlets, newspaper clippings and magazine extracts. This is an amazing and well-documented automobile trip of Agnes Marie Newer and her family as they crossed the United States and into Cuba. At the age of 16, Agnes and her family departed their home in Denver on May 8, 1947, on their trip filled with adventure, excitement, interesting situations and educational experiences. The trip would begin in Denver, Colorado and last for a period of four months. From Colorado Agnes and family would go through Oklahoma, Ozarks, Tennessee, Mississippi, New Orleans, Texas, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Cuba, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, New York City, Philadelphia,… Read More
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THE ABBREVIATED AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A JOYOUS PAGAN.

THE ABBREVIATED AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A JOYOUS PAGAN.

by CASEMENT, DAN DILLON.

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Manhattan: Privately printed, 1944., 1944. First edition. First edition. Original red wrappers, cover title, [5], 74 pp., frontis. (portrait of Dan W. Casement), illustrated, plates, portraits. Inscribed by Casement on the half title page to a family friend. This copy from the library of Clint and Dot Josey and with their inked signature on the front inside cover and their penciled notation at the top of last page. Also the penciled notation of collector Larry Myers on the last page below the Josey notation. Laid-in to this copy is a newspaper article dated June 10, 1952 advising of Casement's recognition by the Kiwanis Club, a copy of the guest editorial, and a newspaper clipping advising of Casement's death on March 7, 1953. Also laid-in is a 1952 Christmas card that pictures Dan Casement. In 1911, Casement purchased his first "Steeldust" horse, buying Concho Colonel sight unseen from William Anson of Christoval, Texas, and brought it back to his ranch in Kansas. Casement liked… Read More
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THE ABORIGINES OF MINNESOTA, A REPORT BASED ON THE COLLECTIONS OF JACOB V. BROWER, AND ON THE FIELD SURVEYS AND NOTES OF ALFRED J. HILL AND THEODORE LEWIS.

by WINCHELL, N. H.

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St. Paul: The Pioneer Co., 1911., 1911. First edition. First Edition. Original Three-Quarter Leather with Black Cloth-Cover Boards, with Gilt-Stamping to Spine, Front & Rear Boards. xiv, [1]-761pp. Illustrated by Thirty-Six Halftone Page Plates, Twenty-Six Folded Inserts and Six Hundred and Forty-Two Figures Inserted In The Text. An outstanding and major historical and ethnological work. Thoroughly-researched and scholarly. Pages 1-559 focus on the Dakota, and pages 580-731 on the Ojibwa. Previous owners name and a scribbled-out name are on the front free endpaper. Minor wear to corners and spine ends, with .25"x.5" piece missing from top of spine. Internally a fine copy. Very Good or better.
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THE ABORIGINES OF MINNESOTA, A REPORT BASED ON THE COLLECTIONS OF JACOB V. BROWER, AND ON THE FIELD SURVEYS AND NOTES OF ALFRED J. HILL AND THEODORE LEWIS.

by WINCHELL, N.H.

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St. Paul: The Pioneer Co., 1911., 1911. First edition. First Edition. Rebound, in facsimile of original, in Three-Quarter Leather with Gilt-stamping on spine. Original cloth on front and rear boards has been retained. xiv, [1]-761pp. Illustrated by Thirty-Six Halftone Page Plates, Twenty-Six Folded Inserts and Six Hundred and Forty-Two Figures Inserted In The Text. Highly respected and definitive work on the Ojibwa and other aborigines of the Dakota stock in Minnesota, including their prehistoric ancestors, customs, costume, treaties, missions, war and weapons, etc. An outstanding and major historical and ethnological work. Thoroughly-researched and scholarly. Pages 1-559 focus on the Dakota, and pages 580-731 on the Ojibwa. An attractive, near fine copy.
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ABOUT FACE.

ABOUT FACE.

by LEON, DONNA.

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London: William Heinemann, [2009]., 2009. First edition. First edition. Signed by the author. Fine in fine dust jacket. At a dinner party given by his parents-in-law, Comissario Brunetti meets Franca Marinello, the wife of a prosperous Venetian businessman. He's charmed - perhaps too charmed, suggests his wife Paola - by her love of Virgil and Cicero, but shocked by her appearance. A few days later, Brunetti is visited by Carabinieri Maggior Filippo Guarino from the nearby city of Marghera. As part of a wider investigation into Mafia takeovers of businesses in the region, Guarino wants information about the owner of a trucking company who was found murdered in his office. He believes the man's death is connected to the illegal transportation of refuse - and more sinister material - in his company's trucks. No stranger to mutual suspicion and competition between rival Italian police departments, Brunetti is nevertheless puzzled by the younger man's paranoid behavior. Eventually Guarino… Read More
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ABOVE AND BEYOND IN THE WEST; BLACK MEDAL OF HONOR WINNERS, 1870-1890.

ABOVE AND BEYOND IN THE WEST; BLACK MEDAL OF HONOR WINNERS, 1870-1890.

by AMOS, PRESTON E.

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Washington: Potomac Corral, 1974., 1974. First edition. First edition. Yellow, pic. boards, 52pp. Introduction, epilogue, notes, biblio., illus. with 8 Remington pictures, photos. Un-numbered and un-signed copy of a limited edition of 250 numbered and signed copies offered for sale. "As of this writing, it has been ascertained that 78 black servicemen have been recipients of the Medal Of Honor...18 soldiers and scouts in the American West between 1872 and 1901." These 18 soldiers and scouts are the focus of this increasingly scarce work. Fine, issued without dust jacket.
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ABRAHAM LINCOLN NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK. HODGENVILLE, KENTUCKY

ABRAHAM LINCOLN NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK. HODGENVILLE, KENTUCKY

by [NANCY LINCOLN INN, HODGENVILLE, KENTUCKY]

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Chicago: Curt Teich & Co., Inc., 1947., 1947. First edition. A strip of 18 color illustrations folded, accordion-style and mounted on a 4 1/8" x 6" unused envelope-style mailing cover. Front cover shows the Lincoln Cabin inside the Memorial; rear cover shows a bust of Lincoln, Lincoln's birthplace, and the Lincoln Memorial. Inside covers offer information about Lincoln, his family, the park, etc. Illustrations include Abraham Lincoln, inscription in Lincoln Memorial Hall, the Lincoln Memorial, Lincoln Cabin, Lincoln Statue, Scenery at Abraham Lincoln Historical Park, the plaza at the park, Lincoln Tomb, Lincoln's home in Springfield, Illinois, the Grave of Nancy Hanks Lincoln, etc. Light soiling to covers. Very good plus.
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ABSOLUTE FRIENDS

ABSOLUTE FRIENDS

by le CARRE, JOHN

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[London]: Hodder & Stoughton, [2003]., 2003. First edition. First edition. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in price-clipped dust jacket. Ted Mundy, a British soldier's son born in 1947 in a shining new Republic of Pakistan, and Sasha, refugee son of an East German Lutheran pastor and his wife who have sought sanctuary in the West. The two men first meet as students in riot-torn West Berlin in the late sixties, again in the grimy looking-glass of Cold War espionage and, worst of all, in the modern world of terror, counter-terror and the war of lies.
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ABSTRACT OF INFANTRY TACTICS; INCLUDING EXERCISES AND MANEUVERS OF LIGHT-INFANTRY AND RIFLEMEN; FOR THE USE OF THE MILITIA OF THE UNITED STATES.

by SCOTT, MAJ. GEN. WINFIELD, President of the Board.

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Boston: Hilliard, Gray, Little and Wilkins, 1830., 1830.. First edition. First Edition. Full Leather. 138pp. Illustrated throughout with diagrams and drawings, including 2 folding plates. "Published by the Department of War, under the Authority of an Act of Congress of the 2d of March, 1829." Prepared and issued "to secure uniformity of instruction and practice between the infantry of the militia and that of the regular army". "The Abstract...is deemed complete within itself for the instruction of any corps less than a brigade". This detailed work is divided into 4 primary sections: School of the Soldier, School of the Company, School of the Battalion, Exercises and Maneuvers for Light-Infantry and Riflemen, and Parade and Review. Loss of the corner of pages 135 & 136 with the loss of a portion of 6 lines of text. Light damp staining to endpapers and light-moderate foxing throughout. Very good in what appears to be an original full leather binding or an early 18th… Read More
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ACCESSORIES FOR THE HORSE. TRADE CATALOG

ACCESSORIES FOR THE HORSE. TRADE CATALOG

by RIKER, WILLIAM F.

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Newark: Walter Greacen & Company, n. d. (ca 1900)., 1900. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Decorated wrappers, 29 [1] pp., illustrated, index. Catalog done by Walter Greacen & Company of Newark, New Jersey, that features products and accessories for horses by Riker, a company owned by William F. Riker. Features crests and coats of arms and monograms for harness use, fine pad chains, leather fronts and housings, letters for fine harness, a wide selection of fine rosettes, crest ornaments in silver, nickel, or brass, nose and trace ornaments, a variety of letters, etc. Covers lightly soiled, small corner crease to top front corner that extends to lesser degrees to the first nine pages, tiny erasure rub to front cover else a good copy.
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THE ACCIDENT.

THE ACCIDENT.

by BARCLAY, LINWOOD.

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[London]: Orion, [2011]., 2011. First edition. First edition. Fine in fine dust jacket. Glen Barber isn't the only person in the small town of Milford with things on his mind. The recession has taken a toll on his construction business, especially after a mysterious fire destroys one of his buildings. Everyone else in Milford seems to have problems too, as the financial pressures begin to pinch. Glen's troubles escalate to a whole new level when his wife, Sheila, is found at the scene of a drunk-driving accident that took three lives. Not only is she dead, but it appears she was the cause of the accident. Suddenly Glen has to deal with a mixture of emotions: grief at the loss of his wife, along with anger at her reckless behavior that leaves their young daughter motherless. If only he could convince himself that Sheila wasn't responsible for the tragedy.
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AN ACCOUNT OF THE MANUSCRIPTS OF GEN. DEARBORN, AS MASSACHUSETTS COMMISSIONER IN 1838 AND 1839 FOR THE SALE OF THE SENECA INDIAN LANDS IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK

by HOMES, HENRY A., LL. D

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Albany: Weed, Parsons and Company, Printers, 1881., 1881. First edition. First Edition. Printed Wrappers. 11pp. An informative pamphlet that addresses the immediate negative response by the Seneca and others to the treaty that was agreed to by those in attendance. Told from a first-hand perspective. As read before The Albany Institute, October 12th, 1880. Presentation slip tipped-in, "With Compliments of Henry A. Homes". Homes was the Librarian of the State Library of the state of New York. Fine copy.
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