Boulder: Colorado Associated University, 1976. Illustrated. v + 324 pages, 8vo, green cloth, d.w.; gift inscription front free endpaper, dust wrapper edges chipped. Boulder: Colorado Associated University Press, (1976). A very good copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper. Presentation copy signed by the author.
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Santa Fe: Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce. Map. 8 3/4" x 12". Included in pamphlet entitled "The City Different. Descriptive Guide to Santa Fe and Vicinity Road Maps." This detailed map of the national park to park highway was published in a Santa Fe travel pamphlet from around the 1920s. It depicts all the city stops on the highway as well as the nearby national parks on the route. In a time when the west was still relatively new and.....
U.S. Coast Survey, 1854. Lithograph with hand coloring. Sheet measures 24.25" x 22.5". Left margin is trimmed just beyond the border of the neat line. Shows some wear along original fold lines. In very good condition. Alexander Dallas Bache (1806-1867) was an incredibly prolific surveyor, who worked as the superintendent of the United States Coast Survey.
U. S. Pacific Railroad Exploration & Survey, War Department. Map. Lithograph with original hand coloring. Image measures 26.75 x 38.5". This fascinating geological section of the Mississippi River derives from the investigations of Jules Marcou, a French geologist who worked extensively in North America. In 1853, under the service of the U.S. government, he became the first geologist to cross the United States as part of the Pacific railroad exploration, headed by A.W. Whipple, that was then then underway. This.....
Flagstaff, AZ: 1972. Black-and-white photographs of the artists and their art, 80 pages, large slim 8vo (10 x 7.25 inches), 3/4 tan fabricoid with pumpkin buckram (ex-libris inside the front cover). Flagstaff, Arizona: 1972. Limited edition. Near fine condition. Signed by 26 Western artists -- 25 on the limitation page and one on the back by the following: William Moyers, George Marks, Melvin C. Warren, Nick Eggenhoffer, Harvey Johnson, J.N. Swanson, Byron B. Wolfe, Charlie S. Dye, Joe Beeler, Frank.....
Washington: Government Printing Office, 1916. Pamphlet, 8vo, green wrappers, illustrated, 200 pp. Spine repaired, some tape residue on the front and a book plate. Corners missing. Illustrates the geology and landmarks of the route between Kansas City to Los Angeles, with a side trip to the Grand Canyon. Black and white photographs accompany 25 folding maps. All maps in good condition.
Washington: Government Printing Office, 1915. 8vo, beige buckram, illustrated, 194 pp. Title in leather on spine. Illustrates the geology and landmarks of the route between Kansas City to Los Angeles, with a side trip to the Grand Canyon. Black and white photographs accompany 25 folding maps. All maps in good condition.
New York: Kennedy Galleries, 1969. Color frontispiece portrait. 96 pages of illustrations. Thin oblong 8vo, full leather in a pictorial board slipcase. N.Y.: Kennedy Galleries, 1969. Fine. Limited De Luxe Edition, one of 300 numbered copies. Signed by Jackson on the title page, and with a signed etching enclosed in a front flap. Mint copy in the original board mailing box.
1920. 7.5 x 5.5 inches with a 1.25-inch white border, no place, no date, circa 1920. This photo depicts a goateed Grey in full Western garb, right arm draped around his horse's saddle while holding onto his hat. Strong signature in blue ink on bottom right portion of photo. Fine. Author whose novels presented an idealized version of the Old West.