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1. Braithwaite, Barbara. A HISTORY OF RICHARDSON (1873-1973). Richardson, Texas: Richardson Historical Society, 1973. 78 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. $22.50

2. Bryson, J. Gordon, Or Pete Shady. Culture of the Shin Oak Ridge Folk. Firm Foundation Publishing House, 1964. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. Dust jacket has some chips and tears to the edges. $60.00

3. Carpenter, V.K. THE STATE OF TEXAS FEDERAL POPULATION SCHEDULES. SEVENTH CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1850. Complete set of 5 volumes. Huntsville, Arkansas: Century Enterprises, 1969. Complete set of 5 volumes. Ex-library copies, with library labels on the spines and internal ink stamps inside the covers.  Excellent reference source for historical and genealogical research. $55.00

4. Carroll, John M. Custer's Cavalry Occupation of Hempstead & Austin, Texas & The History of Custer's Headquarters Building. Arthur H. Clark Co, 1983. 40 pages. Softbound covers with stapled binding. Slight wear to the edges of the covers. A clean and tight copy. $40.00

5. Clark, Adelle Rogers. LEBANON ON THE PRESTON: A CASUAL BIOGRAPHY OF A BLACKLAND VILLAGE. Wolfe City, Texas: Henington Publishing, 1959. 79 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear. Some light soiling to the covers. A scarce Texas history. $46.50

6. Cooper G.Arthur; Grant, Richard E. Permian Brachiopods of West Texas, III. Part 1-Text. Part 2-Plates. Two volume set. Smithsonian Institution Press, 1975. This is a two-volume set of Part I & Part II of Volume 3. Light shelf wear to the edges of the covers, else very good. $20.00

7. Cooper, G. Arthur & Richard E. Grant. Permian Brachiopods of West Texas, II, 1974. Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology, Number 15. Smithsonian Institution Press, 1974. Softbound covers show light wear to the edges. $17.50

8. Driggs, Howard R And Sarah King. Rise of the Lone Star. Frederick A. Stokes, 1936. Signed by the author, with an inscription to LDS President Heber J. Grant and his wife. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. A small ring stain is on the front cover. The dust jacket has chips and tears to the edges and some soiling. $25.00

9. Fallwell, Gene. The Comanche Trail of Thunder and the Massacre At Parker's Fort May 19th, 1836. Dallas, Texas: Historic Texas Trails Series, 1960. 28 pages. White softcovers with stapled binding. Some soiling to the front and back covers. Former owners name in large letters at the top of the half-title page. A scarce publication. $15.00

10. Gatschet, Albert S & John R. Swanton. A Dictionary of the Atakapa Language. Government Printing Office, 1932. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $9.95

11. Genoways, Hugh H. & Robert J. Baker. Biological Investigations in the Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Texas.  U.S. Government Printing Office, 1979. 442 pages. Softbound covers. Light wear to the edges. $8.00

12. Haley, J. Evetts. CHARLES GOODNIGHT: COWMAN & PLAINSMAN. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1949. 485 pages. 1949 third printing. There is some wear to the spine edges and a faint remnant of the previous owner's bookplate on the front blank endpage. The dust jacket has some wear to the eges and a few small chips, but still very presentable. Overall an above-average copy of this scarce title. $145.00

13. Hoermann, Alto Sebastian Braun, Alois,. The Daughter of Tehuan: or, Texas of the Past Century. San Antonio, Texas: Standard Printing Company, 1932. 292 pages. Grey illustrated cloth covers show some shelf wear to the edges of the spine. The front blank endpage has the top corner cut away. Binding is tight. $55.00

14. J. Marvin, Hunter. The Lyman Wight Colony in Texas: Came to Bandera in 1854. Bandera Bulletin for Frontier Times Museum, 1970. 37 pages. Blue softbound covers found in plastic spine with clear plastic covers. $30.00

15. Johnson, Melvin C. Polygamy on the Pedernales: Lyman Wight's Mormon Village in Antebellum Texas. Utah State University Press, 2006. 240 pages. New condition, still in the original publisher's shrink wrap. $75.00

16. Johnson, Melvin C. Polygamy on the Pedernales: Lyman Wight's Mormon Village in Antebellum Texas. Utah State University Press, 2006. 240 pages. Glossy softbound covers in fine condition. $12.50

17. Lapaz, Lincoln. A PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE DUMAS, MOORE COUNTRY, TEXAS, AEROLITE. a RECENT MACRO-SPICULAR RECOVERY FROM THE GLORIETTA, NEW MEXICO, FALL. [n.p.]: Meteoritics, 1956. 20 pages. Softbound staple-bound covers. Sight wear. This is an offprint from the periodical "Meteoritics". $20.00

18. Lomax, John A. and Alan  . Negro Folk Songs as Sung by Lead Belly: "King of the Twelve-string Guitar Players of the World," Long-time Convict in the Penitentiaries of Texas and Louisiana. The Macmillan Company, 1936. 242 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. There is some discoloration and darkening to the spine and around the edges of the tan tweed covers. Light soiling to the covers as well. Lthe tan tweed covers. Light soiling to the covers as well. Light foxing to the edges of a few initial pages, but generally the text is clean. The binding is tight. A very scarce publication. The subject of the book was a long-time prison inmate who had vast array of folksongs it in his repertoire, many of them originated by himself. He the author came into contact with him while he was researching the topic of folksongs in this book is the result. It is a wealth of excellent African-American folklore and folk history. $200.00

19. McConnell, H.H. FIVE YEARS A CAVALRYMAN:  OR, SKETCHES OF REGULAR ARMY LIFE ON THE TEXAS FRONTIER, TWENTY ODD YEARS AGO. Jacksboro, Texas: Jack County Historical Society, 1963. 319 pages. Shelf wear to spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small tears and chips. $59.50

20. Metz, Leon. Dallas Stoudenmire: El Paso Marshal. University of Oklahoma Press, 1979. Very good in lightly worn dust jacket. The jacket has slight fading to the spine. $45.00

21. Ogle, Georgia Myers. ELM FORK SETTLEMENTS: FARMERS BRANCH AND CARROLLTON. Carrollton, Texas: Nortex Press, 1977. 647 pages. Slight wear to red cloth covers. With many photographic illustrations. $26.50

22. Patterson, J.T. The Corner-tang Flint Artifacts of Texas. University Bulletin No.3618 : MAY 8, 1936. The University of Texas, 1936. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $15.25

23. Pearce, James Edwin Jackson, A. T. ; Woolsey, Arthur M. Annual Report of WPA and the University of Texas Archaeological Research, Lake Buchanan, 1936-1937. The University, 1938. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $17.50

24. Reading, Robert S. Arrows Over Texas. San Antonio, Texas: The Naylor Company, 1967. 290 pages. Some shelf wear to the binding. Dust jacket has chips and tears to the edges and folds. $22.50

25. Richardson, Rupert Norval. THE FRONTIER OF NORTHWEST TEXAS: 1846 TO 1876. Glendale, Calif.: Arthur H. Clark, 1963. 332 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped.  $73.95

26. Sayles, E.B. An Archaeological Survey of Texas. Priv. Print. for the Medallion, Gila Pueblo, 1935. Softbound covers. Wear to edges. Former owner's small ink stamp on the front cover. A clean and tight copy. $55.00

27. Smart, Bill. From Mexico to Montreal on a Cow Pony. Fort Worth, Texas: Teague Printing, 1928. Flexible great cloth covers with embossed illustration of a bucking bronco with writer on the front cover. Quite a bit of wear to the spine edges and corners. The front and back cover. Have creases in the middle from being bent a bit too far. The front hinge was repaired by a previous owner with a hot glue gun. I was able to remove much of the heart and glue and use acid-free archival glue to repair the hinge, but there is still some residue from the ghastly repair. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. The book mixes a travelogue with cowboy poetry throughout from this Texas cowboy. $37.50

28. Taylor, Zachary Butler, Thomas,. Old Rough and Ready speaks his mind Zachary Taylor on the conduct of war, a letter to T. Butler, Matamoros, June 19, 1846. Printed for F.W. Beinecke, 1960. Blue softbound covers with string-tied binding. Light wear to the edges of the covers. $19.50

29. Watkins, Clara. Kerr County, Texas, 1856-1976. Hill Country Preservation Society, 1975. 343 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. A clean and tight copy. $20.00

30. Western National Bank. SODBUSTERS, SIDEWINDERS AND DANDIES: TWO DECADES IN THE TERRITORIES. Tulsa, Oklahoma: Western National Bank, 1982. 64 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. $12.50

31. Woodbury, George and Edna Woodbury.. PREHISTORIC SKELETAL REMAINS FROM THE TEXAS COAST. Medallion Papers No. XVIII. Gila, Arizona: The Medallion, 1935. 45 pages. Softbound covers show light wear and slight dark to the edges. The pages are clean and tightly bound. Overall a beautiful copy. $23.95

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