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1 Carleton, Don. WHO SHOT THE BEAR? J. Evetts Haley & the Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center.
Austin Wind River Press 1984 1st. Cloth & Dec. Boards Fine Fine 
Red cloth spine w/patterned paper boards, plain white d.j., 31 pp., frontis., photos. Designed and SIGNED by David Holman. #206 of 295c. The story of Haley's part in the founding of the Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center featuring excerpts from some previously unpublished letters from the private libraries of Haley, Dobie, Lomax, Webb, etc. Fine copy. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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2 Carleton, Don. WHO SHOT THE BEAR? J. Evetts Haley & the Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center.
Austin Wind River Press 1984 1st. Cloth & Dec. Boards Fine Near Fine 
Red cloth spine w/patterned paper boards, plain white d.j., 31 pp., frontis., photos. Designed and SIGNED by David Holman. #203 of 295c. The story of Haley's part in the founding of the Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center featuring excerpts from some previously unpublished letters from the private libraries of Haley, Dobie, Lomax, Webb, etc. Fine copy. 
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3 Carleton, Don. WHO SHOT THE BEAR? J. Evetts Haley & the Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center.
Austin Wind River Press 1984 1st. Cloth & Dec. Boards Fine Good 
Red cloth spine w/patterned paper boards, plain white d.j. (torn), 31 pp., frontis., photos. Designed and SIGNED by David Holman. #232 of 295c. The story of Haley's part in the founding of the Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center featuring excerpts from some previously unpublished letters from the private libraries of Haley, Dobie, Lomax, Webb, etc. Fine copy. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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