The Guidon Press, 1976. Illustrated by Lorence Bjorklund. 50pp. 8vo, 1/2 brown cloth. N.p.: The Guidon Press, (1976). Limited First Edition. Near Fine One of 100 numbered cloth bound copies. Signed by the author and illustrator. Inscribed a second time by the author on the front flyleaf. Four studies on George Armstrong Custer.
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London: Smith, Elder, 1857. Folding map of author's route. xii, 346pp. + 16pp. of publisher's ads. Small 8vo, original orange cloth, head of spine lightly worn, cloth lightly soiled, corners bumped, several pages creased on right side of text, several pages creased in right margins, light foxing to publisher's ads. London: Smith, Elder, 1857. First Edition From the library of Thomas W. Streeter with his bookplate. "Chandless crossed the plains as a wagon driver in the summer of 1855, departing.....
Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1921. from Nauvoo, Illinois to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake. Published by the Clayton Family Association. Frontis. x, 376pp. 12mo, tan cloth, pages age-toned in margins as usual, otherwise near fine. Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1921. First Edition "From this day-by day account, (William Clayton), the official historian of the Mormon exodus prepared his famous guide." Howes C-474. Flake/Draper 2427.
Chicago: W. E. Dibble, 1890. Experiences of the Most Noted American Hunter, Trapper, Guide, Scout, and Indian Fighter Now Living. Many Illus. 473pp. + publisher's ad on last page. 8vo, original brown cloth with gilt and black decorations, text pages age-toned throughout, previous owner's ink inscription on front flyleaf and following blank page, old newspaper article on Dick Wootton pasted on blank page at end. Chicago: W. E. Dibble, 1890. First Edition. Very good Starting at Bent's Fort, Colorado in.....
Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry. before I made the acquaintance of my esteemed friends, "The Brownies." Illus. by the author. 343pp. 12mo, original decorated maroon cloth, bottom of spine and edges of corners lightly worn, back cover lightly soiled, corners bumped. Chicago: Donhue, Henneberry, n.d, circa 1899.
Eugene: Star Job Office, 1897. 26pp. 8vo, self-wrappers, title-page and last page lightly soiled, otherwise very good. Eugene: Star Job Office, 1897. First Separate Edition. "The only diary of the first large emigrant train to Oregon" Howes C-874. Wagner-Camp 386 Note. Graff 914. Sources of the History of Oregon, Volume I. Number 1.
New York: Harper, 1890. 16 illustrations, most full-page plates, plus scattered short musical scores. xiii + 341 pages. 12mo, decorative green cloth; covers lightly rubbed and with neat repairs at spine ends; warm gift inscription dated 1890 on front free endpaper. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1890. A very good(+) copy. There is a signature from a "Chas. A. Custer" on the page following copyright page, possibly a General Custer relation (?).