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London: Chatto & Windus, 1876. 2 color folding maps. 15 plates. xx, 377, pp. 8vo, early 3/4 calf with gilt spine, calf lightly worn, not affecting the spine, lacks 12 pages of publisher's ads at end, both maps with some light foxing and some light soiling, scattered light foxing to text and plates, mostly to margins. London: Chatto and Windus, 1876. First Edition Travel through Yellowstone National Park two years after the area became a national park. One map depicts.....
New York: Scribner, 1895. 12 plates, color map. 250pp. 8vo, original tan decorated cloth, ex-lib, otherwise very good. New York: Scribner, 1895. First Edition. Cloth binding decorated by Margaret Armstrong. Narrative of travel to the Canadian Rocky Mountains, the coasts of British Columbia and Alaska, Washington State including Seattle, and Yellowstone National Park and the surrounding area.
New York: Hastings House, 1964. Many illustrations. xii + 364 pages. 4to, bound in publisher's brown and white pony hide, publisher's pictorial slipcase. New York: Hastings House, (1964). Limited edition -- one of 199 copies, signed by the editor, Michael Kennedy. Contains a frontispiece of original art work by Irvin Shope depicting a middle age cowboy on a horse with his lasso in his hand in a stationary position.
New York: Whitney Museum, 1992. Illustrated with 4 mezzotints by Robert Ecker after paintings by Robert Helm. Short slim folio, hand-bound by Claudia Cohen in natural linen with brown morocco backstrip. New York: Whitney Museum, 1992. Limited first edition -- number 1 of only 70 copies, signed by both Kittredge & Helm. The entire run printed by hand on heavy Twinrocker hand-made paper by Leslie Miller at The Grenfell Press. Fine. The third book in the Artists and Writers: American.....
Ogden: Privately Printed, 1923. 14 plates. 248pp. 12mo, maroon leatherette. (Ogden: Privately printed by Mrs. Katie Toponce, 1923). First Edition. Very good Author was a Western pioneer trader who writes of his life in Utah and his dealings with the Mormons and his adventures in other states including Nevada and Wyoming. "This privately printed book has several chapters on the road agents and vigilantes of Montana." Adams, Six-Guns 2225. Graff 4165. Howes T-299. Flake 8975.