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1 Clarke, A. B.; Perry, Anne, Illustrated by Photos Festivals of San Antionio
San Antonio, TX Trinity University Press 1983 0911536981 / 9780911536980 Hard Cover Near Fine Near Fine Shelton, Caroline 
37 pp, green clothcovered boards w/gilt lettering on the front cover and spine, dj cream w/color illustrated front panel of the Battle of Flowers Parade in front of the Menger Hotel. The book offers a glimpse of some of the festivities of the year , from the extravaganzas of color, sound, food, adn events, to the more soluemn ceremonials in San Antonio, Texas. Some of the festivals are: River Parade, Battle of Flowers Parade, night in old San Antonio, Pilgrimage to the Alamo, Fiesta Arts Fair, King William Street Fair, Trail Riders to the Stock Show and Rodeo, Concepción Festival, Texas Folklife Festival, Blessing of the Animals, Mariachi Mass, Las Posadas, and Los Pastores. Prev owner wrote on half title page as a gift. 
Price: 20.83 USD
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2 Clarke, A. B.; Perry, Anne, Illustrated by Photos Travels in Mexico and California : comprising a journal of a tour from Brazos Santiago, through Central Mexico, by way of Monterey, Chihuahua, the country of the Apaches, and the river Gila, to the Mining Districts of California
College Station, TX Texas A & M University Press 1989 0890963541 / 9780890963548 First Thus Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket Photos 
xxix, 143 pp, brown cloth covered boards w/black lettering. This is a republication of Clarke's record of traveling to California by the southern route as a member of the 1849 Gold Rush. He records the trials of the trip, dying from cholera, Indian attack, starvation, thirst . He detailed observations of the country's physical environment and the life-styles, economic status, and ways of life of the local inhabitants, both Indian and Mexican. reprint of book#41 in Books of the Gold Rush. ex-library book stamped on FPD & ffep, slight scuffing on the FPD. 
Price: 16.11 USD
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