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WACO ADVANCED AIRCRAFT COMPANY PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM, 1928-1929

WACO ADVANCED AIRCRAFT COMPANY PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM, 1928-1929

by THE ADVANCE AIRCRAFT COMPANY, TROY, OHIO

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N. P.: Privately photographed, n.d. (ca 1928-1929)., 1928-1929. First edition. A wonderful aviation trade catalog with 11 linen-mounted captioned photographs of in-flight Waco aircraft. Photos are 4 7/8" x 6 3/4" and contained in a black cloth dual screw-post binder with above titled gilt stamped on the front. The gilt lettering on the front cover is a bit faded, the photos are very clear and sharp. Overall in very good condition. This aviation photo album was a salesman’s book to show potential clients the diverse Waco aircraft in action. Ten of the eleven photos are captioned, i.e. A Close-up of the Trans-Continental Race Winner; Sport WACO Trans-Continental Race Team; The Sport Waco in Inverted Flight; A Flyaway Delivery of Three OX-5 WACO and one Whirlwind WACO; A Special Whirlwind WACO made to the Order of Mr. T. Higbee Embry, of Cincinnati; etc. Several companies operated under the Waco name, with the first company being the Weaver Aircraft Company founded by George… Read More
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WACO. DAVID KORESH, THE BRANCH DAVIDIANS, AND A LEGACY OF RAGE

by GUINN, JEFF

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New York: Simon and Schuster, [2023]., 2023. First edition. First edition. 8 vo. 383pp. Inscribed by the author. Contents. Illustrations. Epilogue. Notes. Bibliography. Index. "The definitive account of the disastrous siege at the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas, featuring never-before-seen documents, photographs, and interviews, from former investigative reporter Jeff Guinn, bestselling author of Manson and The Road to Jonestown. For the first time in thirty years, more than a dozen former ATF agents who participated in the initial February 28, 1993, raid speak on the record about the poor decisions of their commanders that led to this deadly confrontation." As new in dust jacket.
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THE WAGON BOX FIGHT

by SCHREIBEIS, CHARLES D

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Banner, Wyoming: Old Travois Trails, 1942., 1942. First edition. First Edition. Pictorial Wrappers. Pages [5]-19. Drawing of Fort Philip Kearny. Appears in Old Travois Trails, Volume III, Number 1, May-June, 1942. A well-written account of The Wagon Box Fight in Wyoming in 1867. "The Wagon Box Fight was an engagement which occurred on August 2, 1867, in the vicinity of Fort Phil Kearny during Red Cloud's War. A party of twenty-six U.S. Army soldiers and six civilians were attacked by several hundred Lakota Sioux warriors. Although outnumbered, the soldiers were armed with newly supplied breech-loading Springfield Model 1866 rifles and lever-action Henry rifles, and had a defensive wall of wagon boxes to protect them." A fine copy.
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WAGON WHEELS, A HISTORY OF GARZA COUNTY

WAGON WHEELS, A HISTORY OF GARZA COUNTY

by DIDWAY, CHARLES

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Seagraves, Texas: Pioneer Book Publishers, Inc., 1973., 1973. First edition. First Edition. Cloth. iii-x, 340pp. Profusely Illustrated with Old Photographs. Map. A thorough history of Garza County, Texas and the surrounding area. Previous owner's name and address on front endpaper and minor bump to upper fore-corner of front cover, else a fine copy.
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WAGONS WEST. THE EPIC STORY OF AMERICA'S OVERLAND TRAILS

WAGONS WEST. THE EPIC STORY OF AMERICA'S OVERLAND TRAILS

by MCLYNN, FRANK

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New York: Grove Press, [2002]., 2002. First edition. First U. S. edition. 8vo. Published earlier the same year in London. Two-tone paper over boards, titles stamped in gilt on the spine, black front and rear endpapers, [18], 509 pp., preface, introduction, illustrated, maps, epilogue, bibliography, notes, index. A history of the settling of the West from 1840 to 1849, the years between the era of the fur trappers and the beginning of the gold rush. Details the history of famous trails and overland journeys to the Pacific. Stories include the ill-fated Donner Party, the Whitmans on their way to Oregon, mountain man Jim Bridger, the historian Francis Parkman and the Mormons. In addition, Mclynn captures characters and situations, known and unknown, from almost every wagon train that crossed the continent in seven or so pivotal years (1841–1847). As new, unread copy in dust jacket.
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WAH-TO-YAH, AND THE TAOS TRAIL; OR PRAIRIE TRAVEL AND SCALP DANCES, WITH A LOOK AT LOS RANCHEROS FROM MULEBACK AND THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN CAMPFIRE.

by GARRARD, LEWIS H.

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Cincinnati: H.W. Derby & Co., 1850., 1850. First edition. First edition, first state. Original black blindstamped cloth with title in gilt on the spine, vi, [2], 349 pp., introductory, Graff 1513 says, " An important Southwest book by a perceptive observer and a thoroughly captivating writer. Edward Eberstadt often recommended this work as the first book that collectors should read about the Southwest." Jack Rittenhouse in The Santa Fe Trail 236 says, "...was only seventeen when he went to the West. He describes his trip over the Santa Fe Trail in the fall of 1846 with Ceran St. Vrain's train, via Bent's Fort. After a winter in Taos, he returned over the SFT in 1847. Garrard captured the sound of the trapper's language with a skill equal to Ruxton's, and this work remains one of the great classics not only on the Trail but of the entire Southwest." During his travels Garrard met Jim Beckwourth, Kit Carson, Edward Beale, and George Ruxton. Additionally he… Read More
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WAH-TO-YAH AND THE TAOS TRAIL; ON PRAIRIE TRAVEL AND SCALP DANCES, WITH A LOOK AT OS RANCHEROS FROM MULEBACK AND THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN CAMPFIRE

by GARRARD, LEWIS H

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Glendale: Arthur H. Clark, 1938., 1938. First edition. First edition. Cloth, teg, 377pp., frontis [port], preface, editor's introduction, Garrard's introduction, untrimmed, illustrated, map. Vol VI of The Southwest Historical Series. Edited by Ralph P. Bieber, Associate Professor of History, Washington University, St. Louis. From Wagner-Camp: "Garrard left Westport on September 12, 1846 in a Santa Fe wagon trail led by Col. Ceran St. Vrain and returned to Saint Louis in the summer of 1847. His account describes the Taos massacre, and the subsequent trials of the prisoners. In the course of his travels, Garrard met several well-known figures of the last days of the fur trade including Jim Beckwourth, Kit Carson, and George Ruxton." A fine, bright copy. From the library of noted author and bibliographer, Francis P. Farquahar.
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WAITING FOR THE END OF THE WORLD.

WAITING FOR THE END OF THE WORLD.

by TAYLOR, ANDREW.

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London: Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1984., 1984. First edition. First edition. Signed by the author. Fine in dust jacket. Dougal and Hanbury are back in the author's second book. A bit of blackmail convinces Dougal to agree to keep an eye on the leader of a crazy survival group for his old pal, Hanbury. No sooner had Dougal begun his watch than the barman who tried to warn him off is murdered. Suddenly big, beautiful, black Zelda appears, and just as suddenly she is kidnapped from Dougal's apartment. Dougal's natural desire to rescue her plunges him into a nest of criminal activities.
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A WALK IN THE SUN

A WALK IN THE SUN

by BROWN, HARRY

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[New York]: The New American Library, [1957]., 1957. First edition. First paperback edition. Author's first novel. From this Academy Award winning screenwriter for A Place in the Sun and Arch of Triumph, comes a splendid WW II novel based on his combat infantry experiences. "In the Allied landings at Salerno on the Italian peninsula during World War II, a fictional platoon loses its lieutenant and senior sergeant to enemy fire, regroups inland to decide what to do, and soon loses its next-senior NCO to battle fatigue. This short but intense novel follows the remaining members of the platoon as they attempt to ascertain their mission and carry it out based on the only guide they have, a map found on the lieutenant s body. The day unfolds from there as simple as a walk in the sun, as simple, really, as war sometimes is. Some make it, some don t, and those who don t aren't always dead." One of the promotional quotations says "Private Brown knows human character so intimately and… Read More
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WALK THE BLOODY BOULEVARD.

WALK THE BLOODY BOULEVARD.

by MARCUS, A.A.

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[Hasbrouck Heights]: Graphic Publications, [1951]., 1951. First edition. First edition. PBO. Very good in pictorial wrappers. PI Pete Hunter searches for a missing man. The trail to him is blocked with three brutal murders designed to put him off the track.
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WALKARA, HAWK OF THE MOUNTAINS.

WALKARA, HAWK OF THE MOUNTAINS.

by BAILEY,PAUL.

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Los Angeles: Westernlore Press, 1954., 1954. First edition. First edition. Cloth, 185pp., num. illus., biblio., index. Thoroughly researched and well-written, this fine work is the first biography of Walkara, an important War Chief of the Utes in the 1840's and 1850's. As a young man Walkara joined "Peg-Leg" Smith, Jim Beckwourth, and others on their notorious horse-stealing raids on the California ranchos. A fine, bright copy in dust jacket with light tanning to spine, else fine.
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THE WALKER AND OTHER STORIES.

THE WALKER AND OTHER STORIES.

by O'BRIAN, PATRICK.

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New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, [1955]., 1955. First edition. First edition. Published in U.K. in 1956 using the title Lying In The Sun and Other Stories. The contents differ slightly between the two books. Fine in dust jacket lightly sunned on the spine and one tiny spot on front cover. A collection of 25 short stories, most of which have natural settings, deal with outdoor activities ... hunting, fishing, swimming, walking, and have a very strong sense of physical effort ... the struggle with wild animals and with the elements.
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WALKER'S R. R. ROUTES-1853

WALKER'S R. R. ROUTES-1853

by ADLER, PAT AND WALT WHEELOCK

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Glendale: La Siesta Press, 1965., 1965. First edition. First Edition. Cloth. 64pp. Illustrated. 3 Maps. Facsimilies. Captain Joseph Reddeford Walker was a well-known trapper, fur trader, explorer, and guide. Written about by many, Walker left only a few letters of his own composition. In 1853, Walker appeared before a California committee to tell lawmakers how a railroad could be built across the Sierra Nevada mountains, providing the only record of his testimony. A near fine copy. Dust jacket is lightly rubbed, with light wear to spine ends and corners. Illegible signature on half-title.
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WALKING ON TREES. VIEWS FROM THE BACK COUNTRY

WALKING ON TREES. VIEWS FROM THE BACK COUNTRY

by HANBEY, RUSSELL

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[N. P.: Published by the author, 2014]., 2014. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Signed and dated on the title page by the author. Color, pictorial stiff wrappers, [12], ii, 137 pp., introduction, prologue, illustrated from photographs. Memoirs of working over 30 summers for the U. S. Forest Service in the North Cascade Mountains of Washington state and beyond to Denali and Mt. Rainier. The sixteen entries sketch out a seasonal life spent practicing a variety of jobs in remote locations, including fire lookout, smoke chaser and wilderness ranger. As new, unread copy without dust jacket, as issued.
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THE WALKING CORPSE.

THE WALKING CORPSE.

by COLE, G.D.H. & MARGARET.

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New York: William Morrow & Company, 1931., 1931. First edition. First U. S. edition. Originally published in the U. K. in 1931 as THE GREAT SOUTHERN MYSTERY. Fine, bright, tight copy in a striking dust jacket with only a hint of rubbing to the spine ends. When the chambermaid of The Great Southern Hotel entered room 49, she found the occupant dead in bed. When the body was examined, fifty gold sovereigns came tumbling from his mouth. But, only a few minutes before the discovery of his body, a bell boy had seen "number 49" talking to an attractive young woman in the hotel lobby. It was further proven that "number 49" had left the hotel with the girl and she had put him on a train thirty minutes after his body was found in the room. This is the first in a series of murders that Superintendent Wilson must solve. An exceptional copy.
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WALKING SHADOW.

WALKING SHADOW.

by PARKER, ROBERT B.

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New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, [1994]., 1994. First edition. First edition. Signed by the author. Fine in dust jacket. Spenser and Hawk are hired to investigate a claim by the director of the Port City Theater Company that he is being followed. Then an actor is murdered during a performance of a politically controversial play. Suddenly Spenser and Hawk are in a corruption, changing identities and murder!
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WALKING SHADOW.

WALKING SHADOW.

by PARKER, ROBERT B.

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New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, [1994]., 1994. First edition. First edition. Limited to 100 copies, signed by the author. As new in original cloth slipcase protected with original plastic shrink-wrap. Spenser and Hawk are hired to investigate a claim by the director of the Port City Theater Company that he is being followed. Then an actor is murdered during a performance of a politically controversial play. Suddenly Spenser and Hawk are in a corruption, changing identities and murder!
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WALKING ACROSS EGYPT

WALKING ACROSS EGYPT

by EDGERTON, CLYDE

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Chapel Hill: Algonquin, 1987., 1987. First edition. First edition. Fine in fine dust jacket. Set in rural North Carolina, seventy-eight year old Mattie Rigsbee is starting to show a few signs of slowing down. Mattie is still a feisty, strong-minded lady. She is a devoutly Christian widow who makes a mean pound cake and misses having someone to cook for and to love. She would really like to have some grandchildren, but her children aren't complying, so she opens up her heart and her home to Wesley Benfield, a hapless juvenile delinquent who needs Mattie as much as she needs him. A sweet, funny, down-home tale.
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WALL OF EYES.

WALL OF EYES.

by MILLAR, MARGARET

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New York: Random House, [1943]., 1943. First edition. First edition. Author's fourth book. Signed by the author on the front free fly leaf. Fine, bright copy in dust jacket with light wear to the spine ends and corners with a tiny creased close tear to bottom edge of rear panel. Detective Inspector Sands in his first novel as the lead detective. detective. Toronto detective Inspector Sands uncovers a conspiracy while investigating a years-old car accident after the blind survivor claims that someone is trying to kill her. The Heath family's wealth hasn't brought them happiness. One daughter, Kelsey, was blinded in a car accident, and the rest of the family tiptoes around her and avoids discussion of the tragedy that took her sight and the life of another passenger. But the passing years have only fermented the family's unhappiness. When Kelsey is murdered, Inspector Sands is called in to investigate. His probing questions stir up a spider's nest of seedy underworld connections,… Read More
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WALLACE STEGNER AND THE AMERICAN WEST

WALLACE STEGNER AND THE AMERICAN WEST

by FRADKIN, PHILIP L.

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2008., 2008. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Two-tone quarter cloth and boards, titles stamped in gilt on the spine, xiv, 369 [1] pp., introduction, prologue, illustrated from photographs, portraits, epilogue, acknowledgments, Works By and About Wallace Stegner, notes, index. This is the definitive account of one of the most acclaimed and admired writers, teachers, and conservationists of our time. Fradkin chronicles Stegner's formative years, from the raw, desolate plains of Saskatchewan and the canyonlands of Utah to California's Silicon Valley. A lifelong teacher and environmentalist, Stegner inspired countless writers and defended the wilderness against human desecration. Fine in dust jacket.
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