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1 Holden, William Curry Hill of the Rooster
New York, NY Henry Holt & Co. 1956 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Good- Jacket art by Hurd, Peter Autographed Letter Signed By Author
319 pp, quarterbound w/green cloth covered boards w/tan cloth covered spine w/green lettering, dj green-tan-brown w/color illustrated front panel & spine, endpaper maps, includes A.L.s. (Autographed Letter, signed) addressed to a friend of the author's. At the end of the letter the author inquires if the recipient has read the Rooster. Also includes several newspaper clippings about the author. A story of love, heroism and sacrifice. Two young Yaqui's, Teta and Chepa, were children together and watched their mothers hanged by the Mexican. dj price-clipped, dj chipped on top-and-bottom of the spine, two crease on the front panel of the dj, dj rubbed on the edges. 
Price: 93.50 USD
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2 Holden, William Curry w/foreword by Frantz, Joe B. The Espuela Land and Cattle Company: a Study of a Foreign-Owned Ranch in Texas
Austin, TX Texas State Historical Association 1970 0876110235 / 9780876110232 Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good Photos & Maps 
xxii, 268 pp, light brown cloth covered boards w/black lettering on the front cover & spine w/black-and-white pictorial on the front cover, black-and-white map endpapers, white dj w/brown-white boards pattern on the front cover w/black-and-white photo of cowboys on horseback going through a gate, black lettering on the spine and black-and-white on the rear panel of the dj. The Texas plains country was opened to the advance of the first cattlemen, which included several large, foreign-owned enterprises. The author describes the geological conditions which made ranching possible, and the problems and ingenuity involved in acquiring a large body of land, business practices and techniques for caring for the animals and the land, and the personnel. TSHA Winfrey - pg 37. 
Price: 33.58 USD
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