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1 Selcer, Richard F. FORT WORTH. A Texas Original.
Austin TSHA 2004 1st. Pict Wrs Very Good 
Stiff pictorial paper covers, 143 pp., photos. A nice short history of Fort Worth by an excellent historian. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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2 Selcer, Richard F., Text By; Drawings By William B. Potter. THE FORT THAT BECAME A CITY. An Illustrated Reconstruction of Fort Worth, Texas, 1849-1853.
Ft.Worth TCU 1995 1st. Stiff Dec. Wrs. Fine 
Stiff illus. paper covers, oblong, 197 pp., illus., index. Based on military records, Selcer reconstructs the Fort & what went on within its walls. Several nice illustrations. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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3 Selcer, Richard F. THE WIDOW VS. THE BUREAUCRATS: The Strange Case of Mrs. Captain Ripley Arnold.
Austin TSHA 2004 1st. Stiff Dec. Wrs. Fine 
Southwestern Hist. Qtly., Vol. CVII, No. 3, Jan. 2004. This issue is dedicated to Fort Worth with Selcer's lead article pages 361-388. Also Weiner-Tied and Tethered ("Geknippt und Gebinden"): Jews in Early Fort Worth, pp. 389-414; Jones-Renegades and Philistines: First 35 Years of Fort Worth's Theatrical History; & Barker-Samuel Moore Gaines: Pioneering Art Collector. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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4 Selcer, Richard F. & Kevin S. Foster. WRITTEN IN BLOOD. The History of Fort Worth's Fallen Lawmen, Volume 1-1861-1909.
Denton UNT 2010 1st. Cloth Fine Fine 
D.j., 375 pp., illus., index. SIGNED by Foster. This book is about men from all branches of local law enforcement who died defending law and order in the early years. Tells the story of thirteen of the early lawmen with Sheriff John B. York in 1861 through Police Officer William "Ad" Campbell in 1909 
Price: 30.00 USD
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