Hardcover, no DJ. Full leather covers, with gilt lettering and designs
on the front cover and spine, silk moire endpapers, brown ribbon marker.
In near fine condition, very minor bumping of corner, some very minor
scuffing of the leather, a slight crease at bottom of front cover.
Original magazine advertisement laid in. Deluxe leather-bound edition.
Between the 1860s and the 1890s, cowboys rounded up thousands of wild
Texas cattle and pushed them north to Kansas railheads. Over 400
exciting photographs and reproductions of famous Western paintings - 200
in color. 432 pages.
no DJ, ex-library. Little Brown & Co, 1962, first edition. In good
condition, usual library markings, interior is clean and bright. Signed:
For Mrs. Forrest Gresso, with friendship, appreciation, and all good
wishes. Marshall Hail, July 19, 1962.
Hardcover. University of New Mexico, 1969, stated first edition. In very
good condition, light board edgewear. DJ is very good, some minor
chipping, minor light soiling on front and back panels, has been price
clipped, in mylar cover. Includes a post card, laid in, written by
author (dated 1-5-70) to Rowland Stebbins Jr., thanking "Steb" for "your
kind words" in his review of this book. Marshall Bond (1867-1941) lived
the life that every American dreams of. He followed the path of high
adventure from one frontier world to another.
Hardcover, no DJ. Time Life Books, 1982, reprinted from the London
edition of 1855. As new. Frank Marryat arrived in June, 1850 in San
Francisco and joined the new, scratching society of gold grubbers. He
travelled with a pair of Englishmen and three bloodhounds, Marryat
arived through the Golden Gate to find San Francisco again in ashes. He
was a farmer, a hotel builder, an actor and a gold miner He was only
successful on the stage or writing. He died at 29, in 1855. This London
edition facsimile contains eight color plates as well as the black and
Hardcover, no DJ. Futura Press, 1977, first edition (2,000 copies). In
very good+ condition, has Golden Mesa stamped on front fly and is signed
there by both Mabelle and Stuart, corners of the book show slight wear.
Includes photos and history of the people who make up Texas.