New South Wales: Craftsman House, 1996. Double-page title page image; illustrated profusely in color and black and white. 226 pages, short 4to, neon orange boards with silver stamping, dust wrapper. New South Whales: Craftsman House in association with G+B Arts International. A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
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New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1925. Illus. 8vo, half tan cloth, spine lightly soiled, edges of corners lightly worn. New York: Fleming H. Revell, (1925). Presentation copy. Narrative of the author's travels. Pages 1-152 are on New Mexico. Pages 153-196 are on Newfoundland. Pages 226-282 are on Guyana.
New Mexico Magazine, 2002. Chapters by various authors. Many illustrations in both color and black-and-white. 128 pages, square 4to, cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper's spine slightly faded. N.P.: New Mexico Magazine, (2002). A very good(+) copy in a very good dust wrapper. Presentation copy signed by Philip Geier.
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.
Santa Fe: William Clift Editions, 1987. Illustrated with 22 beautiful tritone plates. Thin oblong 4to, cloth-backed boards lettered in gilt, dust wrapper chipped at extremities. Santa Fe: William Clift Editions, (1987). First edition. A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper. Published on the occasion of an exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago, 1987.
Kansas City: Bryant & Douglas Book and Stationery, 1907. 8 maps. a few folding. Illus. xiv, 670pp. 8vo, original pictorial tan cloth, spine and back cover lightly soiled, edges of corners worn and bumped, ex-lib without markings on the spine. Kansas City: Bryant & Douglas Book and Stationery, 1907. Text includes a reprint of the work by Col. John T. Hughes on Doniphan's Expedition that was first published in 1848. Howes C-686. Graff 851. Cowan p. 139.
Oakland: Biobooks, 1952. Color plates, folding map. 4to, maroon cloth, bottom of spine and edge of corners rubbed, back corner bumped, small area of light soiling to top of back cover. Oakland: Biobooks, 1952. One of 600 copies. Author was a Lt. Colonel in the Mormon Battalion. He writes of his service during the Mexican War.
New Mexico: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1988. Foreword by George Kubler. Profusely illustrated in color and black and white. 127 pages (small white sticker on the half-title page), 4to, pictorial wrappers (small crease on the lower right corner of the front cover). Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, (1988). Very good.
Boston: Little Brown, 1952. Photo Illus. 8vo, green cloth, spine sunned, bottom of spine lightly worn. Boston: Little Brown, (1952). "A wild tale of a man who trained himself, as he grew up, to be able to kill all the men who took part in the murder of his father...The author turns out to be a regular one-man army, and though just a boy when he started on his chase, he matched his skill against a number of hardened killers.".....