New York: Abrams, 1986. Profusely illustrated in color. 131pp. Oblong 8vo, black cloth, d.w. New York: The American Australian Foundation for the Arts & Harry Abrams, (1986). A near fine copy.
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New York: World, 1968. 250 illustrations in black and white, 16 in color. xiii + 242pp., 4to, cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper price clipped, chipped and worn along top edge. New York and Cleveland: The World Publishing Company, (1968). A very good (+) copy in a very good (-) dust wrapper.
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...
New York: Abbeville, 1990. Lavishly and extensively illustrated. 418pp., large 4to, cloth, d.w. New York: Abbeville Press, (1990). A near fine copy in a very good (+) dust wrapper.
U.S. Coast Survey, 1853. Lithograph with hand coloring. Sheet measures 24" x 24.5". Shows some toning 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. 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...
Santa Barbara: Schauer, 1952. Edited by Edward S. Spaulding. Colored frontispiece and numerous black & white illustrations. Small 4to., pictorial cream cloth, d.w. (Santa Barbara: Schauer, (1952). First Edition. A fine copy in a chipped dust jacket.
Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1983. Numerous black & white illustrations. 177 pages, small slim 4to, brown & white cloth. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, (1983). First Edition. Near Fine. One of 125 numbered copies signed by the architects wife and daughter.
1843. Exceptional Autograph Note Signed on a sheet of paper: "From Geo Caitlin of Wyoming, USA - To Edward Joseph Powell of London, New Castle. 1843." Fine condition. American painter who specialized in portraits of Native Americans in the Old West. Caitlin signed this item two years after he published his acclaimed 'Manners, Customs and Conditions of the North American Indians', in two volumes with approximately 300 engravings, and one year before he released Catlin's North American Indians Portfolio, with twenty-five plates.
Illustrated. 160pp. 4to, decorative boards. London: Octupus Books, 1974. Very good copy in a good dust wrapper.
New York: P.F. Collier & Son Company, 1922. Map. Lithograph. 15" x 10.5". Shows some toning at edges. In very good condition. From 'The New Atlas of the World' edited by Francis J. Reynolds, revised by Adam Ward.
Colton, 1879. Map. Hand colored engraving. Beautifully colored map of Colorado from the late 19th century. Counties are color coded and roads, towns, railroads, and rivers are labeled. Topographical features are highlighted with hachure marks. The Colton family was one the most prolific and successful publishers of maps and atlases in the United States. This is a wonderful example of their work.
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...
New York: Knopf, 1946. Color frontis plus more than 40 black and white plates and text illustrations. xxxiii + 384pp. plus index. 8vo, maroon cloth; minor bumping to spine ends, small stain to inside front cover. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1946. A very good (+) copy.
New York: 2001. Profusely illus. in color & b/w, 264pp., square folio, cloth, d.w. New York, (2001). Near fine with a lightly edgeworn d.w.
San Francisco: Albert Dressler, 1936. Drawn portrait of Narjot plus 2 tipped in plates. 10 pages. 8vo, orange printed wrappers. San Francisco: Albert Dressler, 1936. A very good(+) copy. Presentation copy signed by Albert Dressler. Number 135 of 150 numbered copies.
New York: Doubleday, 1965. 164 illustrations, including 35 in color. 240pp. 4to, red cloth, d.w. New York: Doubleday, (1965). Near fine.
New York: Prentice Hall, 1989. Profusely illustrated in b/w and color. 896 pages. Very thick 4to, white cloth, d.w. New York: Prentice Hall, (1989). First American edition. A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper.
Fort Worth: Northland Press, 1979. Foreword by Ray W. Steele. 130 pages, oblong 8vo, blue cloth, dust wrapper. Fort Worth: Northland Press, 1979. A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
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.
New York: Harper, 1925. 8vo, terra cotta cloth. New York: Harper, 1927. First Edition. Gift inscriptiion.
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.
1920. 8.5 x 6.25-inches, heavy-stock, matte finish, sepia tone head shot of the author with a serious expression. No place, no date, circa 1920. Very good condition. American author best known for his popular novels and stories associated with the American West.
New York: Abrams, 1976. Color & b/w illustrations. 157pp. 4to, boards, dust wrapper (d.w. edgeworn & yellowing). (New York: Abrams, 1976). A very good copy.