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Baltimore: Printed by the Editor at the Franklin Press, March 5 to August 27, 18. A collection of 23 consecutive individual issues (5-3/4" x 9-1/2"; without the March 12, June 18, and July 9 issues) now housed in individual sleeves more
Barnes, Alta Mae (editor) .
Denton, Texas : Denton High School , 1929. 10.5" x 7.5". 143pp. Purple cloth lettered in gilt. A very good+ copy with little wear. Illustrated after b&w photographs and line drawings. Scattered student more
The Adventures and Recollections of General Walter P. Lane; a San Jacinto Veteran Containing Sketches of the Texasn, Mexican and
Lane, Walter P.
Marshall, Texas: News Messenger Publishing Company, 1928. Small Octavo. 180 pages. The addendum p. 131ff. has letters as well as the section entitled: List of Members of W.P. Lane Camp, U.V.C., Marshall more
Mitchell's School Atlas; Comprising the Maps and Tables Designed to Accompany Mitchell's School and Family Geography; the 1858 Edition
Mitchell, A. Augustus and J H Young
Philadelphia: E.H. Butler & Company, 1858. Quarto. 9 pages, 23 unnumbered leaves. The maps are all from 1852 plates. OCLC shows copies are found at the Newberry and the Library of more
When the Heavens Frowned, Maligned, Cussed, discussed and Much Beloved Texas Weather Man. An Autobiography
Cline, Dr. Joseph L.
Dallas: Mathis, Van Nort & Company, 1946, Octavo. 221pp. Black and white photographs. Author tells of his study of Texas weather and horticulture. Light age wear. A uncommon in hardcover. more
Collins, (Capt) R.M. 15th Texas Regiment, Grandbury's Brigade
St Louis: Nixon-Jones Printing Co, 1893. Octavo. Important first-hand observations of the Civil War in the West. Nevins calls the book "A very readable and reliable narrative by a member of more
Scenes and Stories of Early West Texas (Inscribed By Carl Hertzog for J. Evetts Haley and His Wife, Roz (Rosalind
Parramore, Dock Dilworth
University of Texas at El Paso; (1975): Texas Western Press, Oblong Octavo. 93 pages. Boldly signed by Carl Hertzog and inscribed to J. Evetts Haley and his wife, Roz. original unclipped printed clear mylar jacket more
Saroyan, William, John Updike, Morse Peckham, George Garrett, James Purdy and Glyn Jones
Dallas, Texas; (1977): The Texas Arts Journal, Cameron Northouse, Quarto. Limited to only 22 copies, 109pp., illustrated, folder contains 5 typed manuscripts from one of their stories or play published in this particular issue more
"This is What I Remember.."; a Boy's Life in Louisiana and Texas, 1962-1869 (boldly Inscribed By Charles Caldwell)
Tippit, John Allen (ed. Clifton Caldwell and Mary Crawford)
Albany, Texas; (1989): Clear Fork Press, Square Octavo. Signed by Clifton Caldwell, with an introduction by George B. Ward. xiii[xiv], 65 pages. Only 1,000 copies were printed but 700 were only more
Abernethy, Francis Edward (ed).
Austin: The Encino Press, 1975. First Edition. 153pp. more
Rogers, Roy (starring); Frank McDonald (director); Gerald Geraghty, Randall Faye (screenwriter); George Hayes, Sheldon Leonard (starring)
Los Angeles: Republic Pictures, 1945. First Draft script for the 1946 film, "Rainbow Over Texas." Roy Rogers agrees to be a part of a recreation of the Pony Express race, more