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1 Keleher, William A. Memoirs: 1892-1969 a New Mexico Item
Santa Fe, NM The Rydal Press 1969 0699112925 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good Photos 
293 pp, tan cloth covered boards w/dark brown lettering, dj brown w/wht-black lettering w/black-and-white pictorial front panel. The story of William Keleher whose curiosity made him and outstanding newspaperman and an indefatigable researcher of hisotrical events. The book contains anecdotes adn episodes of such men as Governor Clyde Tingley, Senator Bronson Cutting, Elfego Baca, Senator Dennis Chavez, and David Chavez. , dj rubbed on the corners, dj price-clipped, small tear on the rear top edge of the dj, dj in protector. 
Price: 28.05 USD
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2 Keleher, William A. The Fabulous Frontier : Twelve New Mexico Items
Santa Fe, NM The Rydal Press 1945 Hard Cover Very Good Fair Photos & Endpaper Maps Inscribed & SIGNED By Author
ix, 317 pp, (11) plts, blu cloth covered boards w/blk-wht illustrated map endpapers, dj light tan w/red-blu lettering. pg 283-286 references, pg 287-317 index, Inscribed and SIGNED on the half title page. The book recounts the deeds, lives and legends of the colorful men who figure in New Mexico history. John Baxter, Tom Wilson & Jack Winters, Jack Martin, John Chisum, Charles B. Eddy, Tom Catron, Washington Matthews,Hubert Bancroft, Lew Wallace and others. Book begins in 1846 when Stephen Watts Kearny led the Army of the West through Raton Pass & took New Mexico,and twelfth chapter covers the coming of the Santa Fe Railroad & ends in 1912 w/statehood. The book attempts to recapture some of the atmosphere prevailing in Territorial days in Southeastern New Mexico. For decades that part of New Mexico was marked "The Staked Plains," on government maps, and shunend by Apache, Spanish colonist, and Gringo alike. Howes K37 or 5586, Adams Herd 1262, Adams One-Fifty 87. a scholarly and dependable book -Adams Six-guns 1214. dj price-clipped, dj missing 2/3's of the spine. 
Price: 93.50 USD
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