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1 Fenley, Florence. OLDTIMERS OF SOUTHWEST TEXAS. Stories by the Oldtimers in Their Own Language.
Uvalde Hornby Press 1957 Enlarged Edition Cloth Fine None 
Red cloth w/black lettering, 8"x11", 319 pp., photos, index at the front. Enlarged edition of her 1939 work with 64 more pages. INSCRIBED by Fenley.This expanded edition missed by Adams Herd. Regional history of the ranch country of Uvalde, Real, & Edwards counties with stories rold by early day pioneers & settlers. Excellent oral history collected by Fenley from oldtime ranchers & pioneers, & biographies she wrote for the Uvalde paper and Cattleman magazine. 
Price: 300.00 USD
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2 Fenley, Florence. OLDTIMERS. Their Own Stories.
Uvalde Hornby Press 1939 1st. Cloth Fine Very Good 
D.j., 254 pp., photos. Oral history collected by Fenley from interviews with early pioneers & settlers. Almost half from pioneer women, many of whom ran cattle, fought Indians, etc.Frontier days in the Uvalde section of Southwest Texas. Over 50 personal accounts by Texas "oldtimers". Very scarce. 
Price: 200.00 USD
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3 Fenley, Florence. OLDTIMERS. Their Own Stories.
Uvalde Hornby Press 1939 1st. Cloth Fine Fine 
D.j., 254 pp., photos. Oral history collected by Fenley from interviews with early pioneers & settlers. Almost half from pioneer women, many of whom ran cattle, fought Indians, etc.Frontier days in the Uvalde section of Southwest Texas. Over 50 personal accounts by Texas "oldtimers". Herd 799: "True stories of real cattlemen." 
Price: 200.00 USD
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