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New York: Harper, 1887. Many Illus., several maps, one large and folding. xlvi, 514pp. + 2pp. of publisher's ads. 4to, original blue cloth, spine very worn, edges of corners worn and very bumped. New York: Harper, 1887. First American Edition. Lacks last plate of a mask found at Mitla on page 512. Palau 67185. Internally, a tight, bright copy.
Austin: University of Texas, 1980. 2 volumes. Hundreds of black-and-white illustrations plus 4 large fold-out maps in separate folder. viii + 416pp plus 198pp., 4to, two-toned cloth, pictorial slipcase; ownership signature on front free endpaper of each volume. Austin and London: University of Texas Press, (1980). A near fine set.
Kansas City: Bryant & Douglas Book and Stationery, 1907. 8 maps. a few folding. Illus. xiv, 670pp. 8vo, original pictorial tan cloth, spine and back cover lightly soiled, edges of corners worn and bumped, ex-lib without markings on the spine. Kansas City: Bryant & Douglas Book and Stationery, 1907. Text includes a reprint of the work by Col. John T. Hughes on Doniphan's Expedition that was first published in 1848. Howes C-686. Graff 851. Cowan p. 139.
Oakland: Biobooks, 1952. Color plates, folding map. 4to, maroon cloth, bottom of spine and edge of corners rubbed, back corner bumped, small area of light soiling to top of back cover. Oakland: Biobooks, 1952. One of 600 copies. Author was a Lt. Colonel in the Mormon Battalion. He writes of his service during the Mexican War.
Washington: 1849. a copy of the official journal of Lieutenant Colonel Philip St. George Cooke, form Santa Fe to San Diego, &c. March 19, 1849. 85pp. 8vo, 1/2 modern brown morocco, some pages lightly browned or with a very small amount of foxing, corners of back cover slightly bowed. Washington, 1849. "First publication of the complete journal of this famous march of the Mormon Battalion; only extracts from it had been included in the 1847 edition of Emory's Reconnaissance." Howes.....
Gudalajara: La Camera Nacional de Comercio e Industria de Guadalajara, 1938. Extra illustrated color title page. 48 pages of text in Spanish, followed by 50 sepiatone photographic images, each mounted on heavy stock; all pages loose as issued. Short thick 4to, 2-part slipcase; (quite worn and broken with private ex-library markings; interior is very clean). Gudalajara: La Camera Nacional de Comercio e Industria de Guadalajara), 1938. Photographic illustrations of Colonial architecture.