Great falls, Montana: CHEELY-RABIN SYNDICATE, 1922. Softcover. CHEELY-RABIN SYNDICATE. 11 1/4'' x 7 1/2''. 56pp. Illustrated by Charles M. Russell. Some to wear to covers. Small ownership stamp on about half the pages, at top not affecting the text. Item #11309
Canadian Pacific Railway, ca 1910. Hardcover. Canadian Pacific Railway. 12mo. 118pp. Brown cloth stamped in black. 4pp. of 1911 revised rules have been glued to inside of rear cover. Item #9676
THE CATTLE BARONS' REBELLION AGAINST LAW AND ORDER. First Eyewitness Acounts of the Johnson County War in Wyoming 1892
Evanston, Illinois: The Branding Iron Press. 1955. Facimile Edition. Softcover. The Branding Iron Press. Facimile of the (apparently) only known copy of this account of the Johnson County War, which so inflammed the cattlemen that all copies (but one) were destroyed. Limited to 1000 copies, this one without number. Yellow... Item #7780
COPIES OF CALAMITY JANE'S DIARY AND LETTERS. Taken from the Originals Now on Exhibit at the Western Trails Museum.
Billings, Montana. Western Trails Museum. 1951. First Edition. Soft Cover. Western Trails Museum. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. Item #6988
Oklahoma City: Privately Printed/Harlow Publishing, 1944. First edition. Hardcover. Privately Printed/Harlow Publishing. Octavo. 580pp. Light blue cloth stamped in black. Cover a bit scuffed and soiled. Rear hinge re-inforced with library tape. Item #8543
Denver: Denver Public Library, 1976. Limited Edition. Cloth Hardcover. Denver Public Library. Oblong quarto. 141pp. Special limited edition. #24 of 100 copies. This copy signed by JAMES A. MICHENER (introduction), THOMAS HORNSBY FERRIL (contributing author), W.H.M.NICHOLS (Centennial Mayor of Denver) and RICHARD D. LAMM (Centennial Governor of Colorado). Dark green... Item #8512
THE OPENING OF THE GREAT SOUTHWEST 1870-1945. A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE MISSOURI KANSAS AND TEXAS RAIL WAY BETTER KNOWN AS THE KATY LINES.
M-K-T LINES. 1945. First Edition. Soft Cover. M-K-T LINES. 29pp. plus map. Light wear. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Item #6985
Los Angeles: Wallace Nethery, 1970. Paperback. Wallace Nethery. Reprint in miniature limited to 25 copies. 6cm x 4cm. 16pp. Yellow paper cover with sewn binding. Small spot of silverfish damage to rear corner. Scarce. Item #8567
Toronto: W. G. MacFarlane, nd. First edition thus. Pamphlet. W. G. MacFarlane. 7 1/4'' X 9 1/4''. 1 pp. of text. Illustrated from photographs. One inch tear to fold-out. Corner crease and light wear to delicate booklet with ribbon tie. Item #11762
Pendleton, Oregon. East Oregonian Publishing Co. 1937. First Edtion. Hard Cover. East Oregonian Publishing Co. Octavo. 257pp. General light wear to dustjacket. A very nice copy in bright, untorn dustjacket. Item #7128
REPRESENTATIVE NEW MEXICANS. THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER REFERENCE BOOK OF THE NEW STATE CONTAINING PHOTOGRAPHS AND BIOGRAPHIES OF OVER FOUR HUNDRED MEN RESIDENTS OF NEW MEXICO. 1912-14.
Denver, CO. C.S. Peterson, 1914. Revised Edition. Half-Leather. C.S. Peterson. 420pp. includes ads. Photographs and biographical sketches of the prominent citizens of the time, published in part as a souvenir of New Mexico becoming a state. This copy includes the 1914 revision, adding over 100 more photos and sketches. This... Item #8310
San Francisco: The Book Club of California. 1981. First Edition. Hard Cover. The Book Club of California. 114pp. Limited to 650 copies. Decorative paper over boards with cloth spine. Plain brown craft paper dustjacket. Prospectus laid-in at rear. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Item #7047
WHAT MAY BE SEEN CROSSING THE ROCKIES EN ROUTE BETWEEN OGDEN, SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER ON THE LINE RIO GRANDE WESTERN RAILWAY
SALT LAKE CITY: 1898. First edition. Hardcover. 6'' X 3 1/2''. 47pp. Illustrated. Bound in leather, original wrappers bound in. Henry Cooper stamped in gold on front cover. Light wear to cover. Item #12553
Adams, Ramon and W. S. Reese
THE ADAMS ONE-FIFTY, A Checklist of the 150 Most Important Books on Western Outlaws and Lawmen. With SIX SCORE: THE 120, Best Books on the Range Cattle Industry. Two volume set
Austin, TX: Jenkins Publishing Company, 1976. First edition. Hardcover. Jenkins Publishing Company. Quarto. 91pp; 85pp. Each with index. Full description and notes on each book listed. Some pencil checkmarks throughout. Laid paper covered boards printed in black with gold or silver. Nice solid marble-paper covered slipcase. Slipcas has some rubbing... Item #10038
Adams, Ramon F.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1936. First edition. Hardcover. Houghton Mifflin. Octavo. 257pp. Incl. index. This copy INSCRIBED BY ADAMS to ETHEL HOPKINS, "To "ma" Hopkins, a real westerner & the mother of the rodeo official organ, Hook & Horns. With warm good wishes from Ramon F. Adams, Tucson, Ariz. Jan.9th 1950."... Item #12189
Adams, Ramon F; Homer E. Britzman
Pasadena: Trail's End Publishing Co. Inc. 1948. First edition. Hardcover. Trail's End Publishing Co. Inc. Octavo. Two volumes: Volume 1: Biography. 350pp. Incl Index and bibliographical checklist. Illustrated with many color plates; Volume 2: Bibliography (extensive). 218pp. illustrated in b&w. Limited to 500 copies. Red cloth bump to top of... Item #12587
Seattle: Lowman & Hanford Co. n.d. Hardcover. Lowman & Hanford Co. Sm. octavo. 108pp. plus fold-out map. Illustrated with a few monochromatic plates. Ownership name and address on front paste-down. Spine rubbed on ends and gold on spine lettering rubbed. Item #12599
AN UNNATURAL HISTORY OF DEATH VALLEY. With Reflections on The Valley's Varmints, Virgins, Vandals and Visionaries
Bishop, CA: Chalfant Press, Inc. 1978. First Edtion. Hard Cover. Bishop, CA: Chalfant Press, Inc. First Edition. (1978). Octavo. 84pp. Limited edition, #130 of 150 copies printed. SIGNED BY PAUL BAILEY. Illustrations by Bill Bender. Also illustrated with many historical photographs from the Death Valley National Monument. Dustjacket shows slightest... Item #10068
Baillie-Grohman, William A.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1882. First edition. Hardcover. Charles Scribner's Sons. Octavo. 438pp. Including folding Map and 6pp. ads. Grey pictorial cloth stamped in gold and black. Rubbing and fraying to spine ends and corners. Pencil notation regarding book on ffep. Browning to page edges, folds to a couple... Item #10248
Bakarich, Sarah Grace.
Privatley Printed. 1947. First Edtion. Soft Cover. Privatley Printed. 153pp. Light crease to cover. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Item #6984
Ballou, Maturin M.
Boston: Houghton Miffin and Co. 1889. First Edition. Decorative Cloth. Houghton Miffin and Co. Octavo. 352pp. plus ads. Light wear, rubbed and frayed at head and tail of spine. Ownership signature and blindstamp. Slightly cocked. Item #7756
Bechdolt, Frederick R.
New York: The Century Company, 1924. Hardcover. The Century Company. Octavo. 367pp."True stories of the old West on the days of the open range, from Texas, New Mexico, Wyoming, Montana, etc..." orange cloth stamped in black. A few light spots on ffep. Dust jacket is darkened on spine, has some... Item #10908
Bowman, Richard G.
Denver: Richard G. Bowman, 1990. First edition. Hardcover. Richard G. Bowman. 11 3/8'' x 10''. 175pp. One inch closed tear to dustjacket. Some foxing to back pages. Item #12158
Boyer, Glenn G.
Rodeo, NM: Historical Research Associates, 1999. First edition. Hardcover. Historical Research Associates. 9 1/2'' X 6 1/2''. 219pp. Signed by Boyer on the half-title page. Item #12165
JOHN BRADFORD'S HISTORICAL & Etc. NOTES ON KENTUCKY From the Western Miscellany Compiled By G.W. Stipp, in 1827
San Francisco: The Grabhorn Press. 1932. The Grabhorn Press. First Thus. Sm. octavo. 205pp. Plus Townsend's Comments. Rare Americana Series No. 3. Introduction by John Wilson Townsend; Drawings by Arvilla Parker. Fold-out map. Rare Americana prospectus laid-in rear. Paper covered boards darkened on spine. Hed and tail of spine very... Item #6627