New South Wales: Craftsman House, 1996. Double-page title page image; illustrated profusely in color and black and white. 226 pages, short 4to, neon orange boards with silver stamping, dust wrapper. New South Whales: Craftsman House in association with G+B Arts International. A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
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New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1925. Illus. 8vo, half tan cloth, spine lightly soiled, edges of corners lightly worn. New York: Fleming H. Revell, (1925). Presentation copy. Narrative of the author's travels. Pages 1-152 are on New Mexico. Pages 153-196 are on Newfoundland. Pages 226-282 are on Guyana.
New York: Colophon, 1932. Various high-quality illustrations and text throughout. Unpaginated. Short 4to, pictorial boards, remnants of onionskin overwrapper. New York: Colophon/Pynson Printers, 1932. Limited first edition -- one of 3000 copies printed. A near fine copy. A notable part of this venerable publication, as it contains the original color woodcut "A Eagle Ceremony at Tesuque Pueblo" by German artist Gustave Baumann, known for his work of the American Southwest.
New Mexico Magazine, 2002. Chapters by various authors. Many illustrations in both color and black-and-white. 128 pages, square 4to, cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper's spine slightly faded. N.P.: New Mexico Magazine, (2002). A very good(+) copy in a very good dust wrapper. Presentation copy signed by Philip Geier.
profusely illus. with photogravures. 282pp. 8vo, cloth. Boston: Privately printed, 1932. First edition. "in day-to-day diary form and constitute(s) a record of observation, travel, Indian lore, and pioneer and later annals not elsewhere to be found. The numerous contemporary plates are of extreme interest." Eberstadt 107:40.
Santa Fe: William Clift Editions, 1987. Illustrated with 22 beautiful tritone plates. Thin oblong 4to, cloth-backed boards lettered in gilt, dust wrapper chipped at extremities. Santa Fe: William Clift Editions, (1987). First edition. A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper. Published on the occasion of an exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago, 1987.
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.
New Mexico: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1988. Foreword by George Kubler. Profusely illustrated in color and black and white. 127 pages (small white sticker on the half-title page), 4to, pictorial wrappers (small crease on the lower right corner of the front cover). Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, (1988). Very good.
Boston: Little Brown, 1952. Photo Illus. 8vo, green cloth, spine sunned, bottom of spine lightly worn. Boston: Little Brown, (1952). "A wild tale of a man who trained himself, as he grew up, to be able to kill all the men who took part in the murder of his father...The author turns out to be a regular one-man army, and though just a boy when he started on his chase, he matched his skill against a number of hardened killers.".....