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1 Metz, Leon Claire Dallas Stoudenmire - El Paso Marshal
Austin, TX The Pemberton Press 1969 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket Photos Signed by Author
xii, 162 pp, light orange - dark orange cloth covered boards, SIGNED by author on the title page. Dallas Stoudenmire accepted the position as marshal of El Paso, an oasis on the Texas-New Mexico desert to which outlaws & bandits flocked. Within two years w/the help of Jim Gillett he cleaned up the town. He served as nearly the only law north of the Rio Grande & west of Fort Worth. small stain at fore edge of the first several pages. 
Price: 68.00 USD
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2 Metz, Leon Claire John Selman : Texas Gunfighter
New York, NY Hastings House Publishers 1966 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket Map by Cisneros, Josť & Photos Signed by Author
254 pp, green cloth covered boards w/silver lettering, SIGNED by the author on the ffep, dj red-black w/black-and-white pictorial front panel. John Selman was a figure of stealth and violence - an outlaw and a leader of outlaws who had many notches on his gun. He was famous as the "man who killed John Wesley Hardin." He deliberately avoided the limelight, and never sought publicity, preferring to ply his trade without the benefits of press-agentry or newspaper attention. In New Mexico, his freebooting gang, known as "Selman's Scouts," operated on the fringes of the Lincoln County War and were charged by Governor Lew Wallace with committing some brutal murders. One-Fifty #104 This is the first complete biography of Selman. Contains material on Billy the Kid, Henery Brown, Fort Griffin, John Wesley Hardin, John Larn, Oliver Lee, Jeff Milton, Jim Miller, John Tunstall and others. 
Price: 63.75 USD
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3 Metz, Leon Claire Roadside History of Texas
Missoula, MT Mountain Press Publishing Company 1995 0878422943 / 9780878422944 3rd Printing Wraps Near Fine No Jacket Photos & Maps 
xvi, 448 pp, orange-purple-light brown wraparound color illustrated SC wraps of western Texas. The author has divided the book into eight sections which are for the different parts of Texas. They are Far West Texas, Hill Country, Pineywoods, Gulf Coast, Brush Country, Post Oak Savannah, North Central, and Panhandle Plains. 
Price: 16.96 USD
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4 Metz, Leon Claire The Shooters
El Paso, TX Mangan Books 1991 0930208048 / 9780930208042 8th Printing Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good+ Illustrated Inscribed & SIGNED By Author
299 pp, brown leatherette boards w/gilt lettering, tan-blk dj w/illustrated front & back panels w/black-brown letter, SIGNED by the author on the ffep and Inscribed & SIGNED by the author again on half title page. This unique chronicle depicts rare, historical & true stories of notorious gunmen. Author writes about Billy the Kid, Doc Holliday, Wyatt Earp, Buffalo Bill, Jesse James, Clay Allison, John Larn, James Gillett, Texas Rangers, Daltons, Pearl Heart, John Ringo, Jack SladeElfego Baca, Print Olive and others. 
Price: 46.75 USD
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5 Metz, Leon Claire The Shooters
New York, NY Berkley Books 1996 0425154505 / 9780425154502 16th Printing Wraps Very Good+ No Jacket Illustrated Signed by Author
299 pp, brown llight orange SC wraps w/wht-light orange lettering, SIGNED by the author. This unique chronicle depicts rare, historical & true stories of notorious gunmen. Author writes about Billy the Kid, Doc Holliday, Wyatt Earp, Buffalo Bill, Jesse James, Clay Allison, John Larn, James Gillett, Texas Rangers, Daltons, Pearl Heart, John Ringo, Jack SladeElfego Baca, Print Olive and others. 
Price: 21.25 USD
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6 Metz, Leon Claire Turning Points in El Paso Texas
El Paso, TX Mangan Books 1985 0930208188 / 9780930208189 5th Printing Hard Cover Near Fine Near Fine Photos & Maps 
128 pp, white clothcovered boards w/dark brown lettering on the spine, dj light brown w/dark brown lettering on the front panel & spine w/photo of the author on the rear panel. The author describes the early days of El Paso and the turning points of its development: the coming of the military, Civil War in the West, violence of the gunfighters, the shady ladies, the U.S.-Mexican boundary dispute of the Chamizal and more. 
Price: 16.58 USD
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