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John M. Carroll. New York/Liveright Publishing Corp./1971.
ISBN: 0871405199. Special edition, #298 of 300 copies, numbered. Warm inscription on number page to a good friend in Denver who hosted the author while doing research for this book. Book fine, jacket near fine but price-clipped. Illustrated by ink drawings, most by Jose Cisneros and some Remington. xxxv & 591 p.
Genre: Military West
Oscar Brousse Jacobson and Jamake Highwater. Bell Editions - Santa Fe, 1979.
ISBN: 0933882009. Folio with faux leather cover. Text 15 in. high and 11 in. wide, 30 p. tied with ribbon. Packet of 30 color reproductions of Indian portraits, same size as text pages. All art on separate tan sheets and suitable for framing. Folio #353 of edition of 750. Signed by Jamake Highwater who wrote the introductory essay, 1978, Original 1929 essay by Oscar Brousse Jacobson also printed in booklet. As new in original mailing box.
Theodore Roosevelt. New York & London G. P. Putnams & Son.
New York & London, 1885, quarto, xvi & 318 p. The Medora Edition, #317 of 500 copies. Original pictorial cloth binding. With 19 full-page illustrations from engravings. Also seven illustrations from artist drawing of animals shot by Roosevelt parties September 1883 through December 1884. Edges torn on front flyleaf (blank). Original brown cloth cover has wear on top and bottom of spine and corners. Deckled edges of pages darkened. Text and illustrations otherwise very good or better.
Lilian Gask. London, George G. Harrap & Co.
Beautiful red cloth cover with gilt titles and decoration and color portrait of a princess on cover. London, 1910, viii & 287 p. With eight color plates by Willy Pogany and 19 full-page black-and-white illustrations. Smaller decorations throughout. Top-edge gilt still shining. But minor tears at top and bottom of spine which is bit darkened. This book kept its beauty protected by a raggedy dustjacket which once was nice. We are including it just for history.
Genre: Fairy Tales, Children's
Jerome C. Smiley. Denver, Lewis Publishing, 1913.
Comprehensive history of Colorado from Spanish explorers in the 1500's to the early 1900's. Two volumes: the first volume, 758 pages, principally the history of Colorado - exploring, mining, settlement, etc. Vol. II (475 p.) is devoted mostly to biographies (almost all men) and their portraits. Very nicely and solidly restored tooled brown leather with marbled endpapers and decorative page edges. Top edges fading gold.