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J. B. 'BILLY' MATHEWS. BIOGRAPHY OF A LINCOLN COUNTY DEPUTY

J. B. 'BILLY' MATHEWS. BIOGRAPHY OF A LINCOLN COUNTY DEPUTY

by FLEMING, ELVIS E.

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Las Cruces, New Mexico: Yucca Tree Press, 1999., 1999. First edition. First Edition. Boards. x., 102pp. Illustrations. Facsimiles. 2 Maps. Mathews was the chief deputy of the posse that killed John Tunstall, resulting in the succession of violent events of the Lincoln County War, many of which Mathews was a participant. Mathews lived on and became a big-time cattle rancher and farmer in the Pecos and Penasco valleys of New Mexico. As New in dust jacket. Signed by author on title page.
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J. B. "BILLY" MATHEWS. BIOGRAPHY OF A LINCOLN COUNTY DEPUTY.

J. B. "BILLY" MATHEWS. BIOGRAPHY OF A LINCOLN COUNTY DEPUTY.

by FLEMING, ELVIS E.

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[Las Cruces]: Yucca Tree Press, [1999]., 1999. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Signed by the author. Dark maroon paper over boards, titles stamped in gold gilt on the spine, dark maroon endpapers, x, 102 pp., frontis., [portrait], acknowledgments, foreword, introduction, illustrated, maps, sources consulted, index. A member of the posse that shot down Tunstall in 1878, Mathews served as a deputy under sheriffs Dolan and Brady. Later he became a rancher.
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"J. B." THE PIONEER EDUCATOR. COLD BISCUITS TO HOT LUNCHES

"J. B." THE PIONEER EDUCATOR. COLD BISCUITS TO HOT LUNCHES

by SUTTON, JAMES B.

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N. P.: [Published by Marston's Inc., 1983]., 1983. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Signed on the front free fly leaf by J. B. Sutton. Blur cloth, titles stamped in gilt on front cover and spine, light blue front and rear endpapers, preface, prologue, illustrated from photographs, epilogue. Preface by Jack Williams, Arizona Governor 1967-1975. Memoirs of an Arizona educator who taught at schools in Kelvin, Buckeye, and Phoenix beginning in 1923. Fine copy without dust jacket, as issued.
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J. F. SKED, FLORIST, DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF PLANTS HAND-WRITTEN LETTER DATED JULY 23RD, 1881, ON...

J. F. SKED, FLORIST, DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF PLANTS HAND-WRITTEN LETTER DATED JULY 23RD, 1881, ON COMPANY STATIONERY

by J. F. SKED, FLORIST, WESTERVILLE, OHI0

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Westerville: J. F. Sked, Florist, 1881., 1881. First edition. 8 1/2" x 7" oblong letter accompanied by the original mailing envelope, which has had the postage stamp cut from the envelope The letter is addressed to Mr. W. H. Moon of Morrisville, PA, and is written and signed in ink and they are ordering some "S Plants" and asking for the cost for a quantity of Tuberose bulbs. Very good copy.
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J. FRANK DOBIE, THE MAKINGS OF AN AMPLE MIND

J. FRANK DOBIE, THE MAKINGS OF AN AMPLE MIND

by TINKLE, LON

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Austin: The Encino Press, 1968., 1968. First edition. First Edition. #724 of Edition Limited to 850 Numbered and Signed Copies. Boards with Cloth Spine. 57pp. Illustrations. Additional sheet laid-in and signed by the book's publisher, William D. Witliff explaining inaccurate caption on one of the photographs in the book. As New condition in near fine original slipcase.
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J. FRANK DOBIE - AUTOGRAPHED LETTER SIGNED

J. FRANK DOBIE - AUTOGRAPHED LETTER SIGNED

by DOBIE, J. FRANK

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N. P.: Manuscript letter by J. Frank Dobie, 1939., 1939. First edition. [13 cm x 10 cm] / [5" x 4"] Manuscript letter three pages, presumably to someone at the Texas Folklore Society. Includes a black/white photograph [9 cm x 11 cm] / [3.5" x 4.5"] of Dobie at a book signing in a white suit. and with copies of his book "I'll Tell You A Tale" in front of him and he has signed the photograph in the left margin. The three-page letter reads: "Friday Noon [Nov. 17- '39] Dear Phil, I came an idea about Texas Folk Lore Society. The books should be in more schools. We can let schools have sets at $25.00 each. I wonder if you would be interested in letting a dozen or so men scattered around to place that many sets in schools. The school libraries always seem to be short of funds for buying books. It would be a nice gesture for a man or business to place a set of the books in his town's school library. Well, good wishes - Frank Dobie." Fine condition.
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J. I. CASE THRESHING MACHINE CO., RACINE, WIS. U. S. A. SIXTY THIRD ANNUAL CATALOGUE,  1842 - 1905

J. I. CASE THRESHING MACHINE CO., RACINE, WIS. U. S. A. SIXTY THIRD ANNUAL CATALOGUE, 1842 - 1905

by J. I. CASE THRESHING MACHINE CO

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Milwaukee: Meyer-Rotier Printing Co., 1905., 1905. First edition. First edition. Color, pictorial, stiff wrappers, encased in a 9 1/4" x 12" oblong cloth binder, with title stamped in gold gilt on the front cover, 72 pp., illustrated throughout in black & white with over 150 text woodcut engravings, photo-lithograph engravings and lithograph text illustrations. price lists. Color chromolithograph illustrated softcovers, splendid front cover art of Ceres blowing a bugle and holding Case globe & "Old Abe" bald eagle logo, and draped in the American flag, surrounded by sheaf of wheat. Louisiana Purchase Exposition Grand Prize Exhibition Ribbon & Medal for 1904 illustrated on rear cover for the J. I. Case Threshing Machine Company. First edition of this exceedingly rare salesman sample display catalogue for the Case Threshing Machine Company, issued just after the Company had won the Grand Prize at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition where they introduced their prototype… Read More
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J. ROSS BROWNE'S A TOUR THROUGH ARIZONA FROM HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE. SAN...

J. ROSS BROWNE'S A TOUR THROUGH ARIZONA FROM HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA TO CASA GRANDE, ARIZONA IN OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER OF 1864

by BROWNE, J. ROSS

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[Tombstone: Tombstone Nugget Publishing Co., n. d. (1971)]., 1971. First edition. First edition thus. 4to. 11" x 8 1/2" pictorial, stiff wrappers, 551-711 pp. (48 pp.), preface, double column, illustrated. A facsimile reprint of Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Vol. XXIX, Number CLXXIII, October, 1864, and Vol. XXIX, Number CLXXIV, November, 1864 for the second part. Laid-in to this copy is a typed letter on Tombstone Epitaph stationery and dated Nov. 24, 1971, that says in part, "I am particularly fond of some of J. Ross Browne's writings and drawings on early Western subjects, and as a result have reprinted this copy from a fairly good copy of Harper's New Monthly Magazine." Evidence of two paper clip marks at top of front cover else a fine copy.
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J. STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO, MANUFACTURERS OF FINE SINGLE-SHOT TARGET AND SPORTING RIFLES:...

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Chicopee Falls: Privately printed for J. Stevens Arms & Tool Company, n. d. (ca 1913)., 1913. First edition. Revised edition. 8vo. Printed wrappers, 159 [1] pp., illustrated, index. This catalog supersedes all previous editions. Provides a bit of history of the company along with information on their more popular products. Illustrations and pricing for all of the products listed in the title. Stevens Arms was an American firearms manufacturer founded by Joshua Stevens in 1864 in Chicopee Falls, MA. The company introduced the .22 Long Rifle round and made a number of rifle, shotgun, and target pistol designs. By 1902 they were advertising themselves as "the largest producers of sporting arms in the world".[1] They were purchased by New England Westinghouse on 28 May 1915 and again by Savage Arms on 1 April 1920.[2] As a division of Savage, Stevens continued to produce firearms at their Chicopee Falls facility until 1960 when the plant was torn down and Stevens production was moved into… Read More
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THE J.W. COLGAN CO., CATALOGUE 1905-6 / [TITLE PAGE] THE J.W. COLGAN CO ESTABLISHED 1880 ......

THE J.W. COLGAN CO., CATALOGUE 1905-6 / [TITLE PAGE] THE J.W. COLGAN CO ESTABLISHED 1880 ... INCORPORATED 1905. MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS ORNAMENTS SADDLERY HARDWARE MONOGRAMS: CRESTS: COAST OF ARMS: LETTERS: FRONTIS: PAD HOUSINGS: ROSETTES. HAMES: TERRETS: HOOKS: BUCKLES: KIDNEY LINKS: DOG LINKS: HAME CHAINS

by [THE J.W. COLGAN COMPANY, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS]

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N.P.: Privately printed, 1893., 1893. First edition. 9 1/2" x 6 3/4" in brown wrappers showing a raised crest at center. 79 pp. Index. Instructions for ordering followed by illustrations of and pricing for various products to include crests, letters, rosettes, hames, terrets, buckles, chains, links, hooks, etc. Born in New Brunswick, Joseph Colgan came to Boston as a young boy where he learned and perfected his trade under Henry Cross, father of Mark Cross, the owner of America's first luxury leather goods company. Colgan established himself in business at Sudbury Street in 1850, remaining at that address throughout his career. He became involved in the manufacture of military and foremen's equipment, fancy saddlery and leather specialties. Page edges lightly soiled throughout due to handling; title page with 1/4" x 1" chip missing to bottom edge and with creasing to bottom corner along with text separating from wrappers, but still holding. Wrappers with creasing to top… Read More
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JACK HAYS THE INTREPID TEXAS RANGER

by HUNTER, J. MARVIN-COMPILER

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Bandera, Texas: Frontier Times, 1926., 1926. First edition. First Edition. Original Printed Wrappers, bound into protective Decorative Boards, with gilt-stamped Leather Spine. 63pp. "From Materials Furnished by Colonel Hays and Major John Caperton in California, and from Other Sources." Editor, J. Marvin Hunter said, "The exploits of Jack Hays in Texas and California, if told in detail, would fill several volumes, but at this late date it is impossible to secure a complete record of his adventures and his daring deeds in Texas, Mexico and California. Through the enthusiastic co-operation of W. P. Webb, Adjunct Professor of History in the University of Texas, and Mr. D. S. McMullin of San Rafael, California, and by gleaning from various Texas writers, A.J. Sowell,Rev. Z. N. Merrill, James T. DeShields, Yoakum, Brown, Mrs. Mary A. Maverick, and others, some of whom personally knew him, we are enabled to present a very accurate record of the achievements of the premier Texas Ranger… Read More
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JACK O' LANTERN.

JACK O' LANTERN.

by GOODCHILD, GEORGE.

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New York: The Mystery League, Inc., Publishers, 1930., 1930. First edition. First U. S. edition. Fourth book in the series. Former owner's inked name address and date on front free fly leaf, else a fine, bright, tight copy in dust jacket with light wear to spine ends and corners. In 1932 the film CONDEMNED TO DEATH, based on the novel and the play, JACK O' LANTERN, was directed by Walter Forde, and starred Arthur Wonter, Edmund Gwenn, George Harker, Gillian Lind, and Jane Welsh. Tobias Lantern, a condemned murderer, hypnotizes Judge Wallington who has sentenced him to death. Afterward, the judge goes about exterminating all those who were responsible for Lantern's conviction. Detective Inspector Wrench investigates the murders. Dust jacket art by "Gene."
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JACK REACHER'S RULES

JACK REACHER'S RULES

by CHILD, LEE. [INTRODUCTION BY].

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New York: Delacorte Press, [2012]., [2012].. First edition. First U.S. edition. Signed by the author. Fine in printed boards. Jack Reacher’s Rules is the ultimate fan’s guide to the World of Reacher! Featuring selections from all seventeen Jack Reacher novels and an introduction from Lee Child himself, this one-of-a-kind book compiles timeless advice from maverick former army cop Jack Reacher, the hero of Lee Child’s blockbuster thrillers and now the star of a major motion picture. Please note:This book is a compilation of advice, wisdom, and facts from the Jack Reacher series of novels by bestselling author Lee Child. It features an introduction by Lee Child, but it is not a Jack Reacher novel.
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THE JACKAL'S SHARE

THE JACKAL'S SHARE

by JONES, CHRIS MORGAN

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[London]: Mantle, [2013]., [2013]. First edition. First edition. Signed by the author. Fine in dust jacket. When a charismatic billionaire asks Ben Webster to investigate his personal affairs it isn’t long before the private spy is convinced that there is something very wrong with his new client. What is Darius Qazai’s real motive for contacting Webster? And what – beneath his generous, honorable image – does he have to hide? Soon Webster will discover that the tycoon's secret is far bigger and more dangerous than he could have imagined, and that his new enemy will think nothing of destroying him, or his family.
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JACKDAW.

JACKDAW.

by HILL, CHRISTOPHER.

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New York: Holt,Rinehart and Winston, [1976]., [1976]. First edition. First U.S. edition. Fine in dust jacket. Tony Granger had gone to a French village to try to "unblock" his writing when he came upon a mystery that involved a Gothic treasure hunt. Half a century earlier, the mad Empress Carlotta of Mexico died, taking with her to the grave the secret of the missing Aztec treasure she had supposedly looted in her youth. The villagers whispered that the Empress had given a few very valuable pieces to a local girl, Angele Thibaud. But, with Angele's death, the jewels remained missing. And after the mysterious murder of Angele's sister in the very house where Tony was now staying, the whereabouts of the jewels still remained a mystery! The villagers were treating Tony strangely, and when a car nearly ran him down, Tony decided to investigate.
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JACKDAW.

JACKDAW.

by HILL, CHRISTOPHER.

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New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, [1976]., 1976. First edition. First U.S. edition. Fine in dust jacket sunned on the spine. Tony Granger had gone to a French village to try to "unblock" his writing when he came upon a mystery that involved a Gothic treasure hunt. Half a century earlier, the mad Empress Carlotta of Mexico died, taking with her to the grave the secret of the missing Aztec treasure she had supposedly looted in her youth. The villagers whispered that the Empress had given a few very valuable pieces to a local girl, Angele Thibaud. But, with Angele's death, the jewels remained missing. And after the mysterious murder of Angele's sister in the very house where Tony was now staying, the whereabouts of the jewels still remained a mystery! The villagers were treating Tony strangely, and when a car nearly ran him down, Tony decided to investigate.
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JACK-IN-THE-BOX

JACK-IN-THE-BOX

by CONNINGTON, J. J.

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London: Hodder and Stoughton, Limited, [1944]., 1944. First edition. First edition. Near fine, bright copy in dust jacket with light wear to the spine ends, corners, and extremities. Bookplate of Adrian Homer Goldstone, reknown bibliographer and collector, on the front pastedown sheet. A wartime triumph of scientific detection to solve a mysterious crime.
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JACKSON HOLE, CROSSROADS OF THE WESTERN FUR TRADE 1807-1840

JACKSON HOLE, CROSSROADS OF THE WESTERN FUR TRADE 1807-1840

by MATTES, MERRILL J.

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NP: The Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 1948., 1948. First edition. First Separate Printing. Stiff Printed Wrappers. Pages 87-108 and 3-32. Illustrations. 3 Maps. Reprinted from The Pacific Northwest Quarterly, Volume 37, April, 1946 and The Pacific Northwest Quarterly, Volume 39, January, 1948. A thoroughly researched and well-written account of the history of the early development of the fur trade. Near fine copy.
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JACKSON HOLE, CROSSROADS OF THE WESTERN FUR TRADE 1807-1840

JACKSON HOLE, CROSSROADS OF THE WESTERN FUR TRADE 1807-1840

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NP: The Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 1948., 1948. First edition. First Separate Printing. Stiff Printed Wrappers. Pages 87-108 and 3-32. Illustrations. 3 Maps. Reprinted from The Pacific Northwest Quarterly, Volume 37, April, 1946 and The Pacific Northwest Quarterly, Volume 39, January, 1948. A thoroughly researched and well-written account of the history of the early development of the fur trade. Very good.
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JACOB HORNER OF THE SEVENTH CAVALRY.

by JOHNSON,ROY P.

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N.P.: Privately printed, 1949., 1949. First edition. First separate printing. Stiff printed wrappers. 3-28pp., illustrated. At the time of it's publication, Jacob Horner was one of only 2 living survivors of The Battle of the Little Bighorn. Horner relates his experiences to author, Roy Johnson, who presents Horner's account of Custer's last battle, as well as pursuit of the fleeing Indians. He also records Horner's first hand experiences chasing and fighting the Nez Perce in 1877. A couple of very slight creases across front wrapper, else a clean, near-fine copy.
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