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Publisher: Austin, Book Club of Texas: 1991
Inventory Number: 014314
Condition: Near Fine
25 x 19 inch poster with an illustration of Santa Elena canyon in the Big Bend in pastel by Austin artistTeresa Avini. Printed for the Book Club of Texas in 1991. View more info
By: Bugbee, H.D.
Inventory Number: 016534
Condition: Very Good +
H.D. Bugbee color print. Print of cattlemen driving longhorn cattle across the plain. Actual color print size is 15" x 11" Total size of paper it is on is 20" x 16 3/4". Has a browning streak approximately 1" wide running from top to bottom. View more info
Publisher: Gretna, Pelican Pub.: 1994
Inventory Number: 023613
Stiff illustrated paper covers, 96 pp., illus. (some color plates), index. Small embossed seal on title page, otherwise fine. National flages, Infantry, Cavalry, Artillery, Naval, etc. View more info
By: Civil War
Publisher: Franklin Printing: 1960
Inventory Number: 003362
Condition: Very Good
Each print 13" x 19". All from original Civil War wood engravings. 1. Burning of Union Fleet, Gosport Navy Yard, 1861; 2. Union Army Telegraphy Corps on the Yorktown-Williamsburg Road; 3. Mosby's Troopers Waiting in Ambust to Capture Union Courier; 4.General Winfield S. Hancock Wounded at Battle of Gettysburg. All from orig. Civil War wood engravings. View more info
Publisher: Gettysburg, Thomas Publications: 1992
Inventory Number: 023629
Condition: Near Fine
Blue laminated boards w/photo on front, 232 pp., photos, index. Over 200 photos & drawings show the interiors of temporary & permanent quarters. Forts in Texas, Arizona, Wyoming, Kansas, Montana, Illinois, New Mexico, Oklahoma, etc.are shown. Many interesting early photos. View more info
Publisher: Dubuque, Kendall/Hunt Pub.: 1968
Edition: 2nd. Ed.
Inventory Number: 023650
Condition: Very Good
Stiff paper covers w/illus of "Congress Avenue in Austin, 1866" on front, 284 pp., frontis., map, index. Particularly valuable for the Texas Civil War Historiography from p. 255-270 by Alwyn Barr. Also the appendix of Events significant to Texas & Texans. View more info
Publisher: Burnet, Eakin Press: 1979
Inventory Number: 019189
D.j., 384 pp., illus. Index. Has histories of 125 pioneer Rhome families as well as much history of area and lifestyle. Wise County. View more info
By: Greene, A.C.
Publisher: Austin, Holman family: 1990
Inventory Number: 014313
Broadside, 20 by 14 inches, printed for Book Club of Texas meeting 1990 with handcolored woodcut by Barbare Holman at top, printed by David & William Holman, with text from Greene's "A Personal Country". View more info
By: Guthrie, Keith.
Publisher: Austin, Eakin Press: 2000
Inventory Number: 023511
D.j., 270 pp., illus., maps, index. How the settlers survived and prospered in the post-revolutionary days. View more info
Publisher: Austin, Steck Co.: 1963
Inventory Number: 023644
Blue cloth w/gold lettering, slipcase (faded on edges), 108 pp., index. Covers over 100 generals with b&w photos facing a page with information on the officers service. Facsimile reproduction of the 1898 edition. Portraits, listings of assignments & commands, and deaths. View more info
Publisher: N.P., N.p.:
Inventory Number: 023598
Stiff paper covers, 4"x 5", 158 pp. School of the Soldier, School of the Company, Duties of NCO's, Articles of War, & General Information. Reprint of 1861 ed, View more info
Publisher: Austin, Brick Row Bookshop: 1966
Inventory Number: 020409
Condition: As New
White decorated cloth over boards, oblong,a unpaginated, drawings by Peggy Goldstein. Ltd edition. The 27 buildings illustrated span over 60 years. Very nice work on Austin. Very fine copy. with no View more info
By: Hertzog, Carl.
Publisher: El Paso, Carl Hertzog: 1967
Inventory Number: 005813
14" x 16" broadside with extended quotation of John Ruskin under a portrait of Ruskin. Lowman #334. Printed by Hertzog for William S. Wallace. Scarce. View more info
By: Holt, R.D., ed.
Publisher: Eldorado, Eldorado Success: 1930
Inventory Number: 019952
Stiff paper covers with photo on front, 110 pp., photos. Southeast Texas county history. Originally part of Menard County, this book preserves some of the local history and marks the coming of the railroad into Schleicher County. Herd #1058-a crudely printed county history with some information on the cattle of that county. Scarce. Cracker Barrel Chronicles #4023 View more info
By: Horn, Stanley F.
Publisher: Norman, U. Of Ok.: 1952
Edition: 1st. Of This Ed.
Inventory Number: 023701
D.j., 503 pp., illus, maps, photos, index. Some spots on outer edge of page block. Documented narrative of the Army of Tennessee's operations. At one time, the army was commanded by Albert Sidney Johnston and later by Hood. Originally published in 1941. In Tall Cotton #95. View more info
Publisher: Atglen, Schiffer Military History: 1998
Inventory Number: 023642
D.j., 352 pp., illus. & photos (many in full color), appencices A-D (Uniform Regulations 1847, 1851, 1861, & 1872), index. Slick paper, 9.5" x 12". U.S. Army uniforms, including enlisted soldiers, officers, insignia, and headgear are examined in exacting detail. View more info