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ALLISON'S STOCKMAN'S WESTERN STORE COWBOY CATALOG NO. 9. (COVER TITLE)

ALLISON'S STOCKMAN'S WESTERN STORE COWBOY CATALOG NO. 9. (COVER TITLE)

by W. D. ALLISON SADDLERY, MONTROSE, COLORADO

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N. P.: [Press Pub. Co., 1948]., 1948. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Stiff pictorial, stapled wrappers, 22 [2] pp., illustrated in black & white. Offers for sale saddles, chaps, bed tarps, tents, gloves, belts, boots, Levi's men and women overalls, Levi Strauss shirts for men and women, stockmen's suits, ladies' western suits, hats, etc. A tiny scrape to the front cover else a very good copy.
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THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF ROBERT MCKIMIE, ALIAS "LITTLE REDDY," FROM TEXAS. THE...

THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF ROBERT MCKIMIE, ALIAS "LITTLE REDDY," FROM TEXAS. THE DARE-DEVIL DESPERADO OF THE BLACK HILLS REGION, CHIEF OF THE MURDEROUS GANG OF TREASURE COACH ROBBERS. ALSO, A FULL ACCOUNT OF THE ROBBERIES COMMITTED BY HIM AND HIS GANG IN HIGHLAND, PIKE AND ROSS COUNTIES; WITH FULL PARTICULARS OF DETECTIVE NORRIS' ADVENTURES WHILE EFFECTING THE CAPTURE OF MEMBERS OF THE GANG

by BRIDWELL J. W. [COMPILER]

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Hillsboro: Printed and published at the Hillsboro Gazette Office, 1878., 1878. First edition. First edition. Original pictorial wrappers, 56 pp., illustrated, portraits. According to Jeannine Roediger of the Ohio's Times Bulletin, in an article entitled, "Skeleton's in the Colset," and dated April 27, 2013, "Robert McKimie, "Little Reddy," was born near Rainsboro, Ohio. He joined the army and was sent to Texas in 1869. Letters sent home indicated he had left the army and was raising cattle. He returned to Ohio in 1877, married a local girl and became a merchant. He was very successful and word of his success spread, by word of mouth, to the West. What had happened out west, wasn't the story McKimie told, however. When Western Sheriff Seth Bullock heard some of the stories about this red-headed merchant from Ohio, he put two and two together and thought maybe this was the famous "Little Reddy," a notorious outlaw from Texas. His hunch proved true and he… Read More
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ILLUSTRATED CATALOG OF FINE HARNESS, COLLARS, STRAP WORK, HORSE CLOTHING, SADDLES & SADDLERY...

ILLUSTRATED CATALOG OF FINE HARNESS, COLLARS, STRAP WORK, HORSE CLOTHING, SADDLES & SADDLERY HARDWARE. CATALOG 68

by W. H. ROWERDINK & SON, ROCHESTER, NEW YORK

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[Rochester: Gillies Litho. & Printing Co., n. d. (ca 1920)., 1920. First edition. First edition. 4to. 11" x 8 1/2" original pictorial wrappers, 84 pp., illustrated, index. Catalog provides a complete line of products for the horse including harness, collars, saddles and saddlery, horse clothing, etc. Also offer rope products, bits, rosettes, hames, chains, trace buckles, brushes, etc. Covers lightly soiled and used else a very good copy.
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SOUVENIR OF "THE ONE LOG CABIN"

SOUVENIR OF "THE ONE LOG CABIN"

by WADE, E. A.

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Aberdeen, Washington: Published For Northeaster Retail Lumbermen's Association, 1926., 1926. First edition. 3 3/4" x 12" tan cardboards, folded to 3 3/4" x 6." A very rare promotional item for Northeaster Retail Lumbermen's Association and also Graham Brothers Trucks, which were built by Dodge. The Douglas Fir tree was harvested 40 miles west of Olympia, Washington, in 1926. It measured 9 feet 4 inches in diameter and was 434 years old. The log cabin weighed 5,500 pounds and toured 32 states, traveled 18,000 miles and visited 127 schools. "Homes built of lumber from great logs like this will stand for ages with beauty of interior woodwork that only such trees can produce. Ask your retail lumberman for free booklets on how to finance and build your new home." Two half tone photographs of the motor home, one on the cover panel showing the exterior of the home and the other on an exterior panel showing the interior of the home.… Read More
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MASSACRE OF THE CHEYENNE INDIANS.

by WADE, B. F. (CHAIRMAN)

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[Washington]: [Government Printing Office], 1865., 1865. First edition. First Edition. Half Morocco and Marbled Boards, with title in gilt on spine. VI, 108pp. Thirty-Eighth Congress, Second Session. In the House of Representatives, January 10, 1865. The Committee was convened to investigate all matters connected with the action between Colonel Chivington and the Cheyenne Indians and to ascertain who were the aggressors; whether the campaign was conducted by Chivington according to the recognized rules of civilized warfare; and whether or not it was forced upon the Indians by the whites. The investigation was virtually a court-martial of Chivington and Governor Evans, and reveals in detail the acts of cruelty, barbarity and murder perpetrated upon a body of unoffending Indians. "According to the report, U.S. Army troops...attacked without warning a village of Cheyenne Indians and killed over one hundred, three-quarters of whom were women and children"--Wagner-Becker-Camp 418. An attractive… Read More
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MASSACRE OF CHEYENNE INDIANS.

by WADE, B. F. (COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN)

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POWDER RIVER ODYSSEY. NELSON COLE'S WESTERN CAMPAIGN OF 1865. THE JOURNALS OF LYMAN G. BENNETT AND OTHER EYEWITNESS ACCOUNTS

by WAGNER, DAVID E

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Norman: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 2009., 2009. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Blue cloth, titles stamped in gold gilt on the spine, 283 pp., preface, acknowledgments, illustrated, 15 detailed maps, footnotes, appendices, bibliography, index. The Powder River Campaign essentially marked the transition from the Civil War to the Indian War period. "The expedition's mission was to punish the bands of Sioux, Cheyenne, and Arapaho that had attacked white emigrants and commercial traffic moving west along the Oregon Trail. But the army's western command failed to appreciate either the resolve of their enemies or the difficulties of the terrain. Cole’s men, ill-provisioned from the outset, began to die of scurvy two months into the campaign and contemplated mutiny. Wagner's documentary account reveals in stark detail the difficulties inherent in the army’s attempt to pacify the American West." Numerous personal narratives are provided. As new,… Read More
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THE LIBRARY OF FERNANDO COLON. EXTRACT FROM AN ADDRESS ON "BOOK COLLECTORS AND...

THE LIBRARY OF FERNANDO COLON. EXTRACT FROM AN ADDRESS ON "BOOK COLLECTORS AND BIBLIOGRAPHERS" DELIVERED BY HENRY R. WAGNER BEFORE THE ZAMORANO CLUB SEPTEMBER 26, 1934.

by WAGNER, HENRY R

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Santa Ana: Fine Arts Press, 1934., 1934. First edition. First edition. Quarto. 26.3 x 20.2 cms, [iv], 8 pp., frontispiece. Published for members of the Zamorano Club and limited to 125 copies. Signed by the printer Thos. E. Williams. Issued in light brown, coarse, handmade paper and folded over to form the cover. The free endpapers are of handmade transparent paper. Top edges trimmed, bottom and fore edges untrimmed. The Zamorano Club is Southern California’s oldest organization of bibliophiles and manuscript collectors. Founded in 1928, it sponsors lectures and publications on bookish topics. Most noteworthy among the latter is the Zamorano 80, a member-selected and -written catalog of the most significant books in California history. Library stamp to top of front cover and also to title page. Very light soiling. Very good.
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PETER POND: FUR TRADER & EXPLORER

by WAGNER, HENRY R. (EDITOR)

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New Haven: Yale University Library, 1955., 1955. First edition. First Edition. Limited to 500 copies. Quarter cloth over boards. 103pp. Three folding maps in separate paper chemise. Original Slipcase, as issued. 103pp. Introduction. An excellent study of the important records of the activities, travel, exploration, and fur trade development efforts of this important, and somewhat controversial, early fur trader and explorer. Peter Pond, a native of Connecticut, spent many years on the northern Mississippi and throughout western Canada in the 1760's-1780's. A fine, bright copy. Very slight wear to edges of map chemise, maps in fine condition. Original slipcase lightly rubbed.
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THE LIBRARY OF FERNANDO COLON. EXTRACT FROM AN ADDRESS ON "BOOK COLLECTORS AND...

THE LIBRARY OF FERNANDO COLON. EXTRACT FROM AN ADDRESS ON "BOOK COLLECTORS AND BIBLIOGRAPHERS" DELIVERED BY HENRY R. WAGNER BEFORE THE ZAMORANO CLUB SEPTEMBER 26, 1934

by WAGNER, HENRY R.

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N.P.: Fine Arts Press, 1934, 1934. First edition. First edition. Quarto. 26.3 x 20.2 cms, [iv], 8 pp., frontispiece. Published for members of the Zamorano Club and limited to 125 copies. Signed by the printer Thos. E. Williams. Issued in light brown, coarse, handmade paper and folded over to form the cover. The free endpapers are of handmade transparent paper. Top edges trimmed, bottom and fore edges untrimmed. Fine copy.
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PETER POND: FUR TRADER & EXPLORER

by WAGNER, HENRY R. (EDITOR)

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New Haven: Yale University Library, 1955., 1955. First edition. First Edition. Limited to 500 copies. Quarter cloth over boards. 103pp. Three folding maps in separate paper chemise. Original Slipcase, as issued. 103pp. Introduction. An excellent study of the important records of the activities, travel, exploration, and fur trade development efforts of this important, and somewhat controversial, early fur trader and explorer. Peter Pond, a native of Connecticut, spent many years on the northern Mississippi and throughout western Canada in the 1760's-1780's. Small spot on upper edge of front and rear panels, and a few scattered light spots on cloth spine. Modest wear to edges of map chemise, maps in fine condition. Original slipcase lightly rubbed.
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THE UNITED STATES ARMY AND NAVY. THEIR HISTORIES, FROM THE ERA OF THE REVOLUTION TO THE CLOSE OF...

THE UNITED STATES ARMY AND NAVY. THEIR HISTORIES, FROM THE ERA OF THE REVOLUTION TO THE CLOSE OF THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR; WITH ACCOUNTS OF THEIR ORGANIZATION, ADMINISTRATION, AND DUTIES

by WAGNER, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL ARTHUR L. & COMMANDER J. D. JERROLD KELLEY.

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Akron: The Warner Company, 1899., 1899. First edition. First edition. Oblong folio (14" x 17") decorated cloth, titles and color design on the front cover, brown front and rear endpapers, all edges gilt, 241 pp., 43 folio sized color lithographs with accompanying text. Color plates depict the uniforms of officers and non-commissioned officers and the changes to the uniform through time for both Army and Navy, 1776-1899. Appendices enumerating the principal ships of the United States Navy, their batteries and armor, and official reports of the Battle of Manila and the action off Santiago De Cuba. Much on the Indian Wars including four full-color lithographs depicting the U.S. Army either attacking or being attacked by Indians. One full color lithograph entitled "U.S. Army - Custer Massacre At Big Horn, Montana - June 25, 1876," was prepared especially for this publication and does not appear elsewhere. Also much on the Spanish-American War including full reports of activities. At… Read More
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SAN ANTONIO ALBUM. (COVER TITLE)

SAN ANTONIO ALBUM. (COVER TITLE)

by WAGNER, PAUL

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[San Antonio: Paul Wagner's Bazaar, n.d. (ca 1880)]., 1880. First edition. First edition. 5 3/4 " x 9 1/4" oblong red cloth binder with titles stamped in gilt on the front cover, twelve panel folding accordion-type view book with each page approximately 5 3/4" x 9 1/4" and containing 42 photo-lithographic images on glossy paper that reaches out almost 8 1/2 feet when fully extended. There is an interesting advertisement on the inside rear cover for Paul Wagner's Bazaar, 22, 24, & 26 Commerce Street, San Antonio, Texas, Importer and Dealer in Fancy Goods, Toys and Notions, Mexican and Indian Curiosities." Among the views are the Alamo, James Bowie, Col. Benjamin Milam, Alamo Plaza, Wagner’s Grand Bazaar, San Antonio River, San Pedro Springs, Our Mexican Citizens, exterior and interior shots of the missions (Concepcion, San Jose, San Juan Capistran, & San Francisco de la Espada), various street scenes, Texas Cowboys in Camp, military… Read More
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HISTORY OF THE CATTLE INDUSTRY IN SOUTHERN ARIZONA, 1540-1940

by WAGONER, J.J

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Tucson: Univ. of Arizona, 1952., 1952. First edition. Univ. of AZ Social Science Bulletin #20, Vol. XXIII, No. 2, April, 1952. Wrappers, 132pp., illus., maps, tables, cattle brands, bibliography. Excellent history of the Arizona cattle industry. Fine copy.
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THE STEEL SPRING.

THE STEEL SPRING.

by WAHLOO, PETER

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[New York]: Delacorte Press, [1974]., 1974. First edition. First U. S. edition. Translated from the Swedish into English by Joan Tate. Fine in dust jacket, lightly soiled on the rear panel, minor wear to the spine ends, and a tiny closed tear to the top edge of the rear panel. An interesting novel about a man who leaves his country and, when he returns after some years, finds it without water, electricity, newspapers, and people lying dead in the streets.
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PHOTOGRAPH - WHARF AT AVALON, SANTA CATALINA ISL

PHOTOGRAPH - WHARF AT AVALON, SANTA CATALINA ISL

by WAITE, CHARLES B

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Santa Catalina: n.d. (ca 1895), (ca 1895). First edition. Photo #541. Framed and mounted 5 1/4" x 8 1/4" silver gelatin photograph in 9 1/2" x 13" frame. Photo shows men, women and children gathered on the pier and on the beach on Santa Catalina Island. In the background is a ferry with smoke billowing from its smokestack. Charles B. Waite was born in Ohio in 1861. In 1881 Waite moved to California where he was working with photographer Henry Ellis Coonley in the San Diego region. In the 1890s, Waite's photographs of Southern California ranches and landscapes appeared in the magazine Land of Sunshine. Faint backstamp. Nice contrast.
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THE BROCKLEBANK RIDDLE

THE BROCKLEBANK RIDDLE

by WALES, HUBERT

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New York: The Century Co., 1914., 1914. First edition. First edition. Pseudonym of William Charter Piggott. Rules of the Maine Charitable Mechanic Association Library affixed to front pastedown sheet, small library stamp on front fly leaf and title page, small inked library number on front fly leaf, and spine panel professionally reinforced internally, else a near fine, bright copy. The 18-page chapter titled NIGHTMARE ON THE LINKS chronicles the puzzling dreadful golf performance of Brocklebank, an accomplished golfer, who's not playing golf or doing anything that's been routine. Is an imposter taking his place? An interesting mystery puzzle and a scarce book.
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A SERIES OF HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF EARLY DAYS IN IDAHO. SIX DECADES BACK

A SERIES OF HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF EARLY DAYS IN IDAHO. SIX DECADES BACK

by WALGAMOTT, CHARLES SHIRLEY

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Caldwell: The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1936., 1936. First edition. First edition thus. 8vo. Review copy with publisher's label affixed to front pastedown sheet (completely hidden by the flap) and reads: "Review Copy / Not to be offered for sale / Publication date Feb 15, 1936." Cloth, artwork by R. H. Hall on front and rear endpapers, [2], 358 pp., frontispiece [colored drawing], acknowledgments, preface, introduction, illustrated, epilogue, appendix. With some minor variations, this book is practically the same as the two-volume set published in 1926-1927 using the title REMINISCENCES OF EARLY DAYS. A SERIES OF HISTORICAL SKETCHES AND HAPPENINGS IN THE EARLY DAYS OF SNAKE RIVER VALLEY. Charles Shirley Walgamott arrived by stage at Rock Creek Station, Idaho Territory, on August 8, 1875. In an untamed land, far from his native Iowa, he survived illness, hardship, and lawlessness with his humor intact. Never a stranger to work, Walgamott mined, trapped, ranched, and hunted. While living… Read More
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WILL HENRY'S WEST.

WILL HENRY'S WEST.

by WALKER, DALE L. [EDITED BY].

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El Paso: Texas Western Press, 1984., 1984. First edition. First edition. Introduction by Dale L. Walker. Signed by Will Henry and Dale L. Walker. Fine in dust jacket.
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PREACHER IN HELLDORADO

PREACHER IN HELLDORADO

by WALKER, HENRY PICKERING

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Tucson: Arizona Historical Society, 1974., 1974. First edition. 9 1/2 x 6 1/2" in burnt orange pictorial wrappers. No. 402 of 500 copies. 26 pps. Story of Endicott Peabody, minister of the Episcopalian congregation in Tombstone, Arizona, in 1882. Peabody arrived in Tombstone just three month after the gunfight at the O.K. corral. Over a few months, he succeeded in getting St. Paul's Episcopal Church built for approximately $5,000. He was able to raise the funds in such a short amount of time because he was not afraid to go door-to-door asking for donations, including asking at the town's saloons. His outgoing manner helped him make many friends, including Wyatt Earp, whose family donated the altar rail for the new church. Though he was warmly embraced in Tombstone, he wrote of his homesickness for Massachusetts. He left Tombstone after only six months. Laid in is an 8-page program of the Centennial Celebration of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Fine, unread copy.
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