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.
Boston: Shepard and Gill, 1873. Comprising a description of this wonderful country, its immense mineral wealth, its magnificent mountain scenery, the ruins of ancient towns and cities found therein, with a complete history of the Apache tribe... Over 100 engravings, map. 532pp. 8vo, original green cloth with gilt and black decorations, edges of corners lightly worn and bumped, small area of light soiling near top edge of back cover, several pages lightly soiled in margins. Boston: Shepard and Gill, 1873...
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.
Philadelphia: O.W. Gray & Son, 1883. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 15 5/8" x 13". Beautifully detailed map of St. Louis, colored according to wards. Shows street grid, railroads, parks, reservoirs and public institutions. Small tear and crease to right edge, light stain to left margin.
Philadelphia: O.W. Gray & Son, 1884. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 14 7/8" x 11 7/8". Great map of Utah divided into counties. Denotes place names, railroads, Indian reservations, forts, lakes, deserts, mountains, canyons and valleys. Map of Arizona and New Mexico on verso. In excellent condition with a minor stain to left edge.
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.