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1 Parsons, Chuck. "PIDGE"-A TEXAS RANGER FROM VIRGINIA. The Life and Letters of Lt. T.C. Robinson, Washington County Volunteer Militia Co. A
Wolfe City Hennington Pub. Co. 1985 1st. Cloth Near Fine 
Boards, 147 pp., photos, index. #365 of 500c, SIGNED. No d.j. issued. Life & letters of Lt. T.C. Robinson, Washington Cty. Volunteer Militia Co. A. McNelly's invasion of Mexico; Sutton-Taylor Feud. A couple of spots on the edges and wrinkled at top of spine, o/w fine. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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2 Parsons, Chuck. "PIDGE"-A TEXAS RANGER FROM VIRGINIA. The Life and Letters of Lt. T.C. Robinson, Washington County Volunteer Militia Co. A
Wolfe City Hennington Pub. Co. 1985 1st. Sim. Leather Fine Mylar 
Cream colored leatherette, 147 pp., photos, index. #74 of 500c, SIGNED. Life & letters of Lt. T.C. Robinson, Washington Cty. Volunteer Militia Co. A. McNelly's invasion of Mexico; Sutton-Taylor Feud. Signed letter laid in explaining the genesis of the book & briefly summarizing it. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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3 Parsons, Chuck. "PIDGE". A TEXAS RANGER FROM VIRGINIA.
Wolfe City Hennington Pub. Co. 1985 1st. Sim. Leather Fine 
Cream colored leatherette, 147 pp., photos, index. #491 of 500c, SIGNED. Life & letters of Lt. T.C. Robinson, Washington Cty. Volunteer Militia Co. A. McNelly's invasion of Mexico; Sutton-Taylor Feud. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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4 Parsons, Chuck and Gary Fitterer. CAPTAIN C.B. McKINNEY. The Law in South Texas.
Austin State House Press 1993 1st. Cloth As New  
160 pp., illus., index. Served under McNelly & Lee Hall, then elected Sheriff. Killed in the line of duty. Still in shrink wrap.  
Price: 75.00 USD
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5 Parsons, Chuck and Gary Fitterer. CAPTAIN C.B. McKINNEY. The Law in South Texas.
Wolfe City Hennington 1993 1st. Sim. Leather Fine 
Tan leatherette, 160 pp., photos, illus., index. Card SIGNED by both authors fastened inside front cover. Served under McNelly & Lee Hall, then later elected Sheriff of LaSalle County. Killed in the line of duty. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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6 Parsons, Chuck & Marianne Hall Little CAPTAIN L.H. McNELLY, TEXAS RANGER. The Life and Times of a Fighting Man
Austin State House Press 2001 1st. Fine Fine 
D.j., 369 pp., illus., index. First authentic biography of one of the most famous Texas Rangers, Capt. Leander H. McNelly. Sutton-Taylor feud, Texas State Police, Juan N. Cortina, Richard King, and the Nueces Strip were all influenced by him. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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7 Parsons, Chuck & Marianne Hall Little CAPTAIN L.H. McNELLY, TEXAS RANGER. The Life and Times of a Fighting Man
Austin State House Press 2001 1st. Fine  Fine 
369 pp., illus., index. First authentic biography of one of the most famous Texas Rangers, Capt. Leander H. McNelly. Sutton-Taylor feud, Texas State Police, Juan N. Cortina, Richard King, and the Nueces Strip were all influenced by him.  
Price: 40.00 USD
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8 Parsons, Chuck & Marianne Hall Little CLAY ALLISON. Portrait of a Shootist.
Seagraves Pioneer Book Pub. 1983 0-933512-36-8 / 9780933512368 1st. Boards with Photo Fine 
Tan boards with red lettering & photo of Allison, 130 pp. including 42 pp. of photos. A detailed study of Allison, a very interesting Texas gunfighter, by Parsons who has spent a lifetime writing about Texas Rangers and gunfighters. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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9 Parsons, Chuck. SHADOWS ALONG THE PECOS. The Saga of Clay Allison "Gentleman Gun fighter"
Pecos West of the Pecos Museum Press 1966 1st. Stiff Dec. Wrs. Fine 
About 42 unnum. pp., illus., several photos. An early Chuck Parsons work on Clay Allison based on files of material gathered by Barney Hubbs. SIGNED by Hubbs, President of the West of the Pecos Museum. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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10 Parsons, Chuck & Donaly E. Brice TEXAS RANGER N.O. REYNOLDS. THE INTREPID.
Denton U. Of N. Tx. 2014 2nd Cloth Fine Fine 
D.j., 432 pp., photos, index. Foreword by Leon Metz. First biography of a little known Texas Ranger who eventually became commander of Co. E of the Frontier Battalion. First edition published by Talei Publishers, Hawaii, in 2005 but there were difficulties in receiving the books which were printed in China so a limited number ever offered. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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11 Parsons, Chuck & Donaly E. Brice TEXAS RANGER N.O. REYNOLDS. THE INTREPID.
Honolulu Talei Publishers, Inc 2005 1st. Simulated Leather Fine No D.j. Issued 
Full black leather with gilt lettering, front cover is padded with picture of Reynolds on it. 439 pp., photos, index. Foreword by Leon C. Metz. The first biography of a little known Texas Ranger who eventually became commander of Co. E of the Frontier Battalion. After the Civil War, he joined the Rangers in 1874 in Blanco County. He saw action against Indian raiders but his more famous exploits were against outlaws. True first SIGNED by both authors. As New. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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12 Parsons, Chuck & Donaly E. Brice TEXAS RANGER N.O. REYNOLDS. THE INTREPID.
Honolulu Talei Publishers, Inc 2005 1st. Simulated Leather Fine No D.j. Issued 
Full black leather with gilt lettering, front cover is padded with picture of Reynolds on it. 439 pp., photos, index. Foreword by Leon C. Metz. The first biography of a little known Texas Ranger who eventually became commander of Co. E of the Frontier Battalion. After the Civil War, he joined the Rangers in 1874 in Blanco County. He saw action against Indian raiders but his more famous exploits were against outlaws. True first SIGNED by both authors. As New. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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