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1 Samponaro, Frank N. & Vanderwood, Paul J. w/foreword by Carleton, Don E. War Scare on the Rio Grande: Robert Runyon's Photographs of the Border Conflict, 1913-1916
Austin, TX The Texas State Historical Association 1994 0876111002 / 9780876111000 Limited Hard Cover Near Fine No Jacket/fine Slipcase Limited Edition Runyon, Robert 
135 pp, quarterbound w/dark brown leather spine w/brown cloth covered boards w/dark brown lettering, one of a LIMITED edition of 100 cc's, brown cloth covered slipcase. The book is divided into four sections about the Mexican-American border and the Mexican Revolution. Part 1 - Robert Runyon: Border Photographer, part 2 - Runyon records the Mexican Revolution, part 3 - Rebellion and Retaliation, and part 4 - Military Buildup in the Lower Rio Grande Valley. This volume is the first in a series of monographs produced by Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center of the University of Texas and the Texas State Historical Association. 
Price: 199.75 USD
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2 Carleton, Don E. Who Shot the Bear?
Austin, TX Wind River Press 1984 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket/Near Fine Slipcase Limited & Numbered Edition illustrated by photos Signed by Author
31 pp, quarterbound w/brown w/blue-red patterned papercovered boards w/red cloth spine, paper label on spine w/black lettering, SIGNED by the author on the title page, slipcase red cloth covered, slipcase professionally made by book binder, the book was designed & printed by David Holman, #89 of 295 cc's, slight bow to book. It is the story of J. Evetts Haley's part in the founding of Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center. The book details Haley's connection w/Texas history collections at UT, how he was appointed to be collector of research in the social sciences. It includes some of his correspondence from Webb, Dobie, & Lomax. 
Price: 156.40 USD
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