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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.
New York: Sarony Major Knapp. Panorama. Modern hand coloring. Page measures 11.5" 31.5". Image measures 7.75" x 29.75". Unusual view of the Colorado River. Likely, the location of the Hoover Dam, which borders the States of Nevada and Arizona. Drawn by Frederick W von Egglofstein for the 1857-1858 expedition of the Colorado River led by Joseph Christmas Ives. According to Rumsey, the findings were published in the Senate issued report from 1861 titled "Report Upon the Colorado River". A custom.....
folding map, illus. 368pp. 8vo, cloth; (uncut). Glendale: Arthur H. Clark, 1965. First Edition. vg "It is the first, and a long-needed book on the famous John Slaughter and shows much research. ... The book deals with many incidents in the life of Tombstone and tells about many of the outlaws and gunmen...and recounts the OK Corral fight." Adams, Six-Guns, 682.
New York: Knopf, 1967. Illustrated with black and white photographs throughout and a fold out map in the back. 239 pages 8vo, maroon cloth, dust wrapper, dampstained and edgeworn. New York: Knopf, (1967). Very good(-) copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper. Tells the story of a man traveling on foot through the Grand Canyon, a setting at once majestic, dangerous and inspiring. A grand adventure and spiritual odyssey.
illus. 430pp. 8vo, cloth. Univ. of Oklahoma Pr., (1953). vg "An excellent biography of one of the famous law-enforcement officers of the Southwest, detailing his activities among its outlaws and gunmen, such as John Wesley Hardin, Black Jack Ketchum, John Selman, George Scarborough, Burt Alvord, and Billy Stiles." Adams, Six-Guns, 892. Howes H-38.
London: Michael Joseph, 1948. Illustrated with color reproductions of the work of the Navaho Boy Artist Little No-Shirt (Beatien yazz). 12 full-page color plates. 183 pages, small 8vo, pictorial cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper price clipped, edgeworn. London: Michael Joseph, (1948). A very good copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper.
New York: Scribner, 1909. Many color and b/w photo Illus., 2 b/w maps. xx, 366pp. + 4pp. of publisher's ads. 8vo, pictorial red cloth, spine lightly dampstained, head of spine and edges of corners lightly worn. New York: Scribner's, 1909. Exploration of Sonoran Desert in Southern Arizona and Mexico, and the Pinacate Region of Northern Mexico.
3 maps. 10 engravings. 144pp. 8vo, original pictorial salmon wrappers; (small chip to margins of top corner of front wr., Frontis., and t.p.; light browning to margins throughout; modern typed paper label on margin of spine; very light wear to spine ends; front wr. lightly soiled; otherwise very good). Cincinnati: U.P. James, (1847). "Doniphan's Expedition, recounting the adventures of the First Regiment of Missouri Cavalry in New Mexico and Chiahuahua." Wagner- Camp 134:6. "The author was an eyewitness of, and.....
Cincinnati: J. A. & U. P. James, 1848. Large folding map, 3 plans. 2 portraits, several engravings. 407pp. 12mo, original brown cloth, spine rebacked in modern brown cloth retaining a portion of the original spine with the title, moderate foxing throughout, mostly to margins, light wear to some cloth edges, a few pages with pencil marks to margins, foxing to the plan of Santa Fe, two contemporary plates, not from the book, are mounted on the endpapers. Cincinnati: J. A......