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YESTERDAY

YESTERDAY

by YAP, FELICIA

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[London]: Wildfire, [2017]., [2017]. First edition. First edition. Signed by the author. Author's first novel. As new, unread copy in dust jacket. Set in idyllic Cambridge, England, Mark Henry Evans, a successful novelist and aspiring politician, lives in a spacious mansion with his pretty blonde wife, Claire. In this alternative reality, the world is divided into “Duos," people who can remember things for two days, and “Monos," those who can only recall events for one day. In a society entirely dependent on technology, the human brain essentially crashes every 24 or 48 hours, and needs to be rebooted. People do retain basic facts about themselves ... names, spouses, jobs, addresses ... so that society can at least function. But most short-term memories are stored in iDiaries and every night responsible citizens update that day’s details into their iDiaries, which the authorities may or may not be keeping under surveillance. The next… Read More
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FRANK DOBIE: MAN AND FRIEND

by YARBOROUGH, RALPH W

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Washington: Potomac Corral, The Westerners, 1968., 1968. First edition. Second Edition. As noted on verso of title page, "This printing for the friends of Ralph Yarborough only; never offered for sale.Boards. i-ii, 16pp. Illustration. Foreword by Jeff Dykes. Longtime Senator from Texas, Ralph Yarborough, tells of his friendship with author, J. Frank Dobie. A near fine copy. Signed on title page by Yarborough. Presentation on front free-endpaper by Yarborough to a relative, presented at a family reunion.
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FRANK AND JESSE JAMES. THE STORY BEHIND THE LEGEND

FRANK AND JESSE JAMES. THE STORY BEHIND THE LEGEND

by YEATMAN, TED P.

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Nashville: Cumberland House, [2000]., 2000. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Two-tone quarter cloth and boards, titles stamped in gold gilt on the spine, 480 pp., preface, acknowledgments, illustrated, portraits, appendices, notes, selected bibliography, index. Biographies and the lives of Jesse James (1847-1882) and Frank James (1844-1915), western outlaws. "....Yeatman's comprehensive treatment of Frank and Jesse James includes heretofore unpublished illustrations and photographs of the people, places, and artifacts associated with the famous brothers." As new, unread copy in dust jacket.
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THE SAGUARO CACTUS, A NATURAL HISTORY

THE SAGUARO CACTUS, A NATURAL HISTORY

by YETMAN, DAVID, ALBERTO BURQUEZ, KEVIN HULTINE, AND MICHAEL SANDERSON WITH FRANK S. CROSSWHITE

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Tucson: The University of Arizona Press, [2020]., 2020. First edition. First edition. Color, stiff, pictorial wrappers, xii, 191 [5] pp., frontispiece, acknowledgments, illustrated (mostly in color), maps, charts, tables, notes, references, index, about the authors. "The definitive history of the Southwest's most distinguished and iconic desert plant." -- Publisher. As new, unread copy.
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THE LAST STAGECOACH ROBBERY. SAGA OF A FRONTIER PEACEMAKER

THE LAST STAGECOACH ROBBERY. SAGA OF A FRONTIER PEACEMAKER

by YORGASON, BRENTON G. & RICHARD G. MYERS

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[Provo, Utah: Lighthouse Publishers, 1999]., 1999. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Signed on the title page by the author's grand daughter. Pictorial stiff wrappers, [6], 122 pp., author's note, foreword, illustrated, map. A biography of John David "Jack" Boyd, 1871-1963, a Provo, Utah lawman. This is an unusual book as the first part is a fictionalized account of the stagecoach robbery and the second part is a factual biography of lawman Jack Boyd. Fine unread copy without dust jacket, as issued.
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THE LAST STAGECOACH ROBBERY. SAGA OF A FRONTIER PEACEMAKER

THE LAST STAGECOACH ROBBERY. SAGA OF A FRONTIER PEACEMAKER

by YORGASON, BRENTON G. & RICHARD G. MYERS

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[Provo, Utah: Lighthouse Publishers, 1999]., 1999. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Signed on the title page by the author's grand daughter. Pictorial stiff wrappers, [6], 122 pp., author's note, foreword, illustrated, map. A biography of John David "Jack" Boyd, 1871-1963, a Provo, Utah, lawman. This is an unusual book as the first part is a fictionalized account of the stagecoach robbery and the second part is a factual biography of lawman Jack Boyd. "Born in 1871 n Utah, Boyd grew up in Utah, Idaho and Arizona. He tells of dealing with Apaches, trailing Geronimo, becoming deputy sheriff, meeting Matt Warner, and becoming friends with the reformed outlaw. He was a pall bearer at Warner's funeral. In 1920 he was elected sheriff of Utah County and served honorably in that office for ten years." Fine unread copy without dust jacket, as issued.
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ALL ABOUT THE HOTELS, WATERING PLACE AND SEA SHORE RESORTS OF NEW YORK STATE AND NEW ENGLAND...

ALL ABOUT THE HOTELS, WATERING PLACE AND SEA SHORE RESORTS OF NEW YORK STATE AND NEW ENGLAND REACHED VIA NEW YORK CENTRAL & HUDSON R.R AND BOSTON & ALBANY R.R.

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Boston: Rand Avery Supply Co., 1885., 1885. First edition. 7-3/4" x 3-3/4" printed orange wrappers. 28pp. including wrappers. Map. Index to Hotel List. "Connections of New York Central & Hudson River and Boston and Albany Railroads." The Boston & Albany Railroad has decided to serve lunches to their first class passengers to include how to order, pay and food that is furnished. Listed are fares in drawing-room and sleeping cars on ordinary trains, names of hotels, proprietors, distance from the station, room capacity, rate per day, and per week. 14" x 16-3/4" colorful sheet, folds to 7" x 2-1/4", 32 panels of which 16 are blank. The map is entitled "Map of the New York Central & Hudson River and Boston & Albany Railroads Sea Shore and Summer Resorts of New York and New England." Small chip to fore-edge of front panel else very good copy.
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ACT OF VIOLENCE.

ACT OF VIOLENCE.

by YORKE, MARGARET.

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[London]: Little, Brown and Company, [1997]., 1997. First edition. First edition. Fine in dust jacket. In the quiet English town of Deerton, violence erupts when four boys invade the home of schoolmate Barry Noakes, where Barry and three of his friends are settling in for a night of videos and pizza. As the ruffians begin trashing the house, one of the boys runs to a neighbor, Daniel Stewart, for help. The melee spreads outside, and Stewart is killed. None of the eyewitnesses is willing to rat on who are the actual killers. Instead, a tacit agreement of silence has been reached in spite of rising pressure from parents and the local police to reveal what they know. The students are divided between their loyalty to their peers and the horror they have seen committed in front of their eyes.
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THE CALL OF THE RANGE: THE STORY OF THE NEBRASKA STOCK GROWERS ASSOCIATION

THE CALL OF THE RANGE: THE STORY OF THE NEBRASKA STOCK GROWERS ASSOCIATION

by YOST, NELLIE SNYDER

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Denver: Sage Books, [1966]., 1966. First edition. First edition. Cloth, 437pp., Nebraska Cattle Company map on end-sheets, profusely illustrated. An outstanding, thoroughly researched work; dedicated to the development of the range cattle industry in Nebraska. From the creation of Nebraska's lands and rivers, through the stigma of the "Great American Desert", Yost tells of the disappearance of the Indians and buffalo, the arrival of the trail herds, and the establishment of "cowtowns" and open-range ranching. An excellent work. Fine in dust jacket. Dust jacket is price-clipped, has a 1" scuff on back panel, and previous owner has externally reinforced spine ends and corners of dust jacket with clear tape. Large folding map, which is often missing, is laid-in, and is in fine condition. Signed by author on title page.
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YOUATT'S HISTORY, TREATMENT, AND DISEASES OF THE HORSE: EMBRACING AN ACCOUNT OF HIS...

YOUATT'S HISTORY, TREATMENT, AND DISEASES OF THE HORSE: EMBRACING AN ACCOUNT OF HIS INTRODUCTION AND USE IN VARIOUS COUNTRIES; GENERAL MANAGEMENT UNDER ALL PECULIAR CIRCUMSTANCES; AN ABSTRACT OF THE BEST VETERINARY PRACTICE; USEFUL MEDICINAL AND OTHER RECIPES; ARTICLES OF FOOD, ETC. WITH A TREATISE ON DRAUGHT, AND A COPIOUS INDEX

by YOUATT

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Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1863., 1863. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Original front and rear covers decorated in blind, titles stamped in gold gilt on the spine, Lippincott's Geographical Dictionary on front pastedown sheet and fly leaf, Lippincott's New Books and New Editions on rear pastedown sheet and fly leaf, introduction, illustrated, color frontispiece, general index. Provides a history of the horse, the various breeds of horses, how to care for a horse, diseases of the horse, proper training of the horse, etc. A bit of cosmetic touch-up to the corners and spine ends, light soiling and foxing to some internal pages, else a very good copy of a rare book in the first edition.
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ARTS, CRAFTS AND HOBBIES, 1850-1870. FROM A. E. YOUMAN'S "A DICTIONARY OF EVERY-DAY...

ARTS, CRAFTS AND HOBBIES, 1850-1870. FROM A. E. YOUMAN'S "A DICTIONARY OF EVERY-DAY WANTS, TWENTY THOUSANDRECEIPTS IN NEARLY EVERY DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN EFFORT."

by YOUMAN, A.E.

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Phoenix: Metheglin Press, [1999]., 1999. First edition. First edition thus. 8vo. Originally printed in 1872. Pictorial wrappers, iii [blank], 356 pp., glossary, index.19th century materials, inventions, trade names. Learn to make cements, glues, paints, ink and blacking; learn painting, paperhanging, glass and metal work. Explore Matthew Brady's "from scratch" photography, or learn to paint in watercolors or oil. As new, unread copy.
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HEALTHY LIVING, 1850-1870. FROM A. E. YOUMAN'S "A DICTIONARY OF EVERY-DAY WANTS, TWENTY...

HEALTHY LIVING, 1850-1870. FROM A. E. YOUMAN'S "A DICTIONARY OF EVERY-DAY WANTS, TWENTY THOUSAND RECEIPTS INNEARLY EVERY DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN EFFORT."

by YOUMAN, A.E.

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Phoenix: Metheglin Press, [1996]., 1996. First edition. First edition thus. 8vo. Originally printed in 1872. Pictorial wrappers, [2], vi, xx, 180 pp., glossary. Accident prevention was a primary concern; without antiseptics even minor injuries could cause infections or the loss of a limb. The Pharmacopeia of 1820 does not inspire confidence, nor do blood transfusions or cures for snake bite. It is a miracle that settlers survived these treatments. As new, unread copy.
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YOUNG BROS. COMPANY: MANUFACTURERS OF LADDERS AND STEP LADDERS, CARPENTERS' STEEL STAGING...

YOUNG BROS. COMPANY: MANUFACTURERS OF LADDERS AND STEP LADDERS, CARPENTERS' STEEL STAGING BRACKETS, CLOTHES DRYERS, WOOD EAVES TROUGHS, WOODEN WAR, ETC

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Worcester: Young Bros., 1936., 1936. First edition. Catalog No. 5. 9" x 6" in printed brunt orange wrappers with the title printed in green. 36 pp. Illustrations. Index. Descriptions of and illustrations or photographs of various products. 1936 price listed laid in. Price list is 8 1/2" x 16 1/2," folded to 6 panels, and on green paper. Scraping to left side of front wrapper and with light soiling and wear to the extremities. Very good.
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HARD KNOCKS, A LIFE STORY OF THE VANISHING WEST

HARD KNOCKS, A LIFE STORY OF THE VANISHING WEST

by YOUNG, COL. HARRY

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Chicago: Laird & Lee Inc., 1915., 1915. First edition. First edition. Second Printing. Cloth, 242 pp. + 1 page advertisement. Illustrated with 18 plates. The author "went west" in 1863 at the age of 14. Tells of his experiences with much on Ft. Laramie, the Sioux Indians, Red Cloud, Wild Bill Hickok, Deadwood, etc. Quite scarce in dust jacket. A fine copy in dust jacket with some minor edgewear.
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THE CORRESPONDENCE AND JOURNALS OF CAPTAIN NATHANIEL J. WYETH 1831-6. A RECORD OF TWO EXPEDITIONS...

THE CORRESPONDENCE AND JOURNALS OF CAPTAIN NATHANIEL J. WYETH 1831-6. A RECORD OF TWO EXPEDITIONS FOR THE OCCUPATION OF THE OREGON COUNTRY, WITH MAPS, INTRODUCTION AND INDEX. CONTINUATION OF THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON BY THE OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY

by YOUNG, F. G. [EDITED BY]

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Eugene: University Press, 1899., 1899. First edition. 9 3/4" x 6 3/4" in gray-green printed wrappers. [i]-xix, [xx blank], [1]-262 pp., tribute, preface, contents, introduction, index, 2 folding maps. Sources of the History of Oregon. Volume 1, Parts 3 to 6 Inclusive. In the 1830s Capt Nathaniel J. Wyeth led two expeditions to the Northwest. In the early 1830s Wyeth became interested in the Northwest and planned an expedition with Hall J. Kelley. In 1832 he proceeded independently, traveling to Fort Vancouver. Two years later in 1834, he led another expedition, founding Fort Hall in present-day Idaho and Fort William in present-day Portland, Oregon. Unable to compete commercially against the Hudson's Bay Company, he sold both fur trading posts to them in 1837. This item contains the correspondence and journals which record the expeditions of Capt. Nathaniel J. Wyeth in the Oregon Country 1831-1836. "The only diary kept of the first large emigrant train to Oregon. Crawford was a… Read More
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GHOSTS OF CLEOPATRA HILL. MEN AND LEGENDS OF OLD JEROME.

GHOSTS OF CLEOPATRA HILL. MEN AND LEGENDS OF OLD JEROME.

by YOUNG,HERBERT V.

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Jerome: Jerome Historical Society, [1964]., 1964. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Limited edition of 500 copies signed by the author and inscribed to a recipient. This is copy 111. Cloth, 151 pp., map, numerous illustrations. Former owner's neat inked name on front pastedown sheet, else a fine bright copy. Fascinating story of life in the early days of this historical mining community, of the men who discovered its immense mineral deposits and sold them for a song, of the more fortunate men who developed them, and of those with ready guns who tried to uphold the law. Contains three chapters on various lawmen and touches upon the Pleasant Valley War and other lawlessness. Six Guns lists only the paperback edition.
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THE GREAT MORMON TABERNACLE WITH ITS WORLD-FAMED ORGAN AND CHOIR

THE GREAT MORMON TABERNACLE WITH ITS WORLD-FAMED ORGAN AND CHOIR

by YOUNG, LEVI EDGAR

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Salt Lake City: Published by the Bureau of Information, [1917]., 1917. First edition. First edition. 12mo. Color, pictorial stiff wrappers, 39 pp., frontispiece [The Tabernacle Organ], preface, illustrated from photographs, portraits. The purpose of this little book is to give something of the history of the Tabernacle and Organ, which is generally regarded as one of the greatest in the world. This booklet provides photographic illustrations and details on the construction of the famed tabernacle constructed between 1865 and 1867, but with most of the work focused on the Tabernacle organ considered to be one of the finest examples of American organ building, and originally built by Joseph Ridges. Containing 700 pipes and constructed primarily of locally derived materials, the pipes included those from wood, zinc, as well as tin and lead alloys. At the time of this publication, the organ had been largely updated, and converted to electric powered blowers for the bellows. Covers are lightly soiled else… Read More
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THE SALT LAKE TABERNACLE AND WORLD FAMED ORGAN / [TITLE PAGE] THE MORMON TABERNACLE WITH ITS...

THE SALT LAKE TABERNACLE AND WORLD FAMED ORGAN / [TITLE PAGE] THE MORMON TABERNACLE WITH ITS WORLD-FAMED ORGAN AND CHOIR

by YOUNG, LEVI EDGAR

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Salt Lake City: Bureau of Information, 1930., 1930. First edition. 7 1/2" x 5 1/4" in stiff pictorial wrappers printed in yellow, blue and green. 40 pp. Illustrations from photographs. Portraits. Frontispiece [Temple Square, The Tabernacle Organ]. The purpose of this little book is to give something of the history of the Tabernacle and Organ, which is generally regarded as one of the greatest in the world. History of the Tabernacle and its construction followed by information on the world-famous organ. The organ contains 700 pipes and is constructed primarily of locally derived materials, the pipes included those from wood, zinc, as well as tin and lead alloys. Specifications of the various organs to include the Great Organ, Celestial Organ, Swell Organ, Orchestral Organ, Solo Organ and Pedal Organ. This booklet provides photographic illustrations of construction of both the Tabernacle and the organ as well as important people involved. Covers very lightly soiled and with light wear to the… Read More
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THE TWO SOOS, CANADIAN AND AMERICAN, ON THE FALLS OF THE ST. MARY'S RIVER. THE HISTORY OF...

THE TWO SOOS, CANADIAN AND AMERICAN, ON THE FALLS OF THE ST. MARY'S RIVER. THE HISTORY OF LAKE NAVIGATION, THE NATION'S COMMERCE PASSING BY ITS DOORS .. THE LARGEST AND MOST USED LOCKS IN THE WORLD, BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED AND DESCRIBED -- MAMMOTH POWER DEVELOPED AND INDUSTRIES ESTABLISHED -- THE GROWTH OF TWO LARGE CITIES -- IN THE LAND OF HIAWATHA

by YOUNG, LORD & RHOADES, LTD. [PHOTOGRAPHED AND COMPILED BY]

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Grand Rapids, Michigan: Published by The James Bayne Company, Photographers, Engravers and Printers, 1909., 1909. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Color, string-tied, pictorial stiff wrappers, [60 pp], illustrated from photographs on each page complete with a description, two fold out panoramas with one being the Panoramic View of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, taken from the Sulphite Pulp Mill and the second being Panoramic View of Both Locks - the Weitzel and the Poe lock. An excellent pictorial history of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan and Ontario that among other things tell us that there are three locks, one on the Canadian side and two on the Michigan side. The two lakes at the locks are Lake Superior and Lake Huron. Light wear to the spine ends and corners, else a very good copy.
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THE WEST OF PHILIP ST. GEORGE COOKE, 1809-1895

THE WEST OF PHILIP ST. GEORGE COOKE, 1809-1895

by YOUNG, OTIS E.

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Glendale: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1955., 1955. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Maroon cloth, titles stamped in gold gilt on the spine, 393 pp., frontispiece, preface, illustrated, portraits, map, bibliography, index. Cooke's military career ranges over 46 years, through his service under Bennet Riley in the 1829 Santa Fe caravan escort through and inclusive of the Utah Expedition during the latter 1850s. Cooke's 40 years or more on the frontier show clearly what the military problems of the middle half of the 19th Century really were. Very light bump to upper fore-corner of rear panel, else a near fine, bright copy.
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