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1 Dobie, J. Frank and Dykes, Jeff 44 Range Country Books Topped Out & 44 More Range Country Books Topped Out
Austin, TX The Encino Press 1972 Hard Cover Near Fine No Jacket Crawford, Will 
vii, 32 pp, brown boards w/tan title pastedown on the front cover, gilt lettering on the spine, 1000 cc's printed in 1972, designed by William Wittliff. J. Frank Dobie first published Forty-Four Range Country Books in1941and Jeff Dykes added forty-four more books with Dobie's supervision. Whaley #88. An annotated bibliography of books dealing with the life, literature, and range country of the Southwest. 
Price: 37.40 USD
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2 Benedict, Carl Peters w/intro by Dobie, J. Frank A Tenderfoot Kid on Gyp Water
Lincoln, NE University of Nebraska Press 1986 First Thus Soft Cover Near Fine No Jacket Illustrated 
xiv, 115 pp, glossy black-white SC wraps w/color illustration on the front cover. Book about what it was really like to be a cowboy in some ornery country checkered by canyons and gyp water springs. This is a reprint of the original 1943 edition published by Texas Folklore Society. Herd #238. This reference is for the first edition by the Texas Folk-lore Society. 
Price: 8.50 USD
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3 Siringo, Charles A. w/intro by Dobie, J. Frank A Texas Cowboy : or, Fifteen Years on the Hurricane Deck of a Spanish Pony
New York, NY William Sloane Associates 1950 Facsimile Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good Lea, Tom 
xl, 198 pp, brown cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering, dj brown w/wht-blk lettering w/illustrated front. Included in a reproduction of the cover of pictorial wraps eiditon. A reprint of the 1885 classic A Texas Cowboy, the autobiography of Charles A. Siringo, an old stove up "cow puncher," who has spent nearly twenty years on the great western cattle ranges. During his lifetime, Charles Siringo was a cattle driver, a roper of wild steers, a buffalo hunter, a sailor, & later a merchant. Burrs - 360, Herd - 2077, Six-guns - 2032, Basic Texas Books - 185, Howes - 518, Lowman - 72, Dykes - 413, and Six-Score - 99. dj spine sunned, dj top edge wrinkled, prev owner's bookplate on FPD. 
Price: 63.75 USD
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4 Siringo, Charles A. w/intro by Dobie, J. Frank A Texas Cowboy : or, Fifteen Years on the Hurricane Deck of a Spanish Pony
New York, NY William Sloane Associates 1950 Facsimile Edition Hard Cover Very Good Good Lea, Tom 
xl, 198 pp, brown cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering, dj brown w/wht-blk lettering w/illustrated front. A reprint of the 1885 classic A Texas Cowboy, the autobiography of Charles A. Siringo, an old stove up "cow puncher," who has spent nearly twenty years on the great western cattle ranges. During his lifetime, Charles Siringo was a cattle driver, a roper of wild steers, a buffalo hunter, a sailor, & later a merchant. Burrs - 360, Herd - 2077, Six-guns - 2032, Basic Texas Books - 185, Howes - 518, Lowman - 72, Dykes - 413, and Six-Score - 99. dj spine slight sunning, dj top edge several chips and chip on rear dj panel bottom edge, dj price-clipped. 
Price: 51.00 USD
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5 Jennings, N. A w/foreword by Dobie, J. Frank A Texas Ranger
Austin, TX Graphic Ideas, Inc. 1972 Revised Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ No Jacket Shaw, Charles 
197 pp, brown-green-white color wrarparound pictorial on papercovered boards. Story by reporter that served for a period of time as a Texas Ranger, under L. H. McNelly. It is an interesting account of the life of the Texas Rangers in the late 1870s. The book contains material on some of the Texas Gunmen. Basic Texas Books 107F Reissue of the 1936 printing w/22 illustrations by Charles Shaw added. Six-Guns #1173. Burs #218. Graff #2208. Howes #J100. Dobie p. 60. One-Fifty #85. Campbell p. 78. The book is not listed in some of these references, but is a reprint of the book which is listed. 
Price: 38.25 USD
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6 Jennings, N. A w/foreword by Dobie, J. Frank A Texas Ranger
Austin, TX Steck-Vaughn Company 1959 Facsimile Hard Cover Good No Jacket Ex-Library Bauknight, Eliz Rice 
321 pp, brown cloth covered boards w/color illustrated front board, four double page color illustrations in text by Eliz Bauknight. The book is a story by a reporter that served for a period of time as a Texas Ranger, under L. H. McNelly. It is an interesting account of the life of the Texas Rangers in the late 1870s. The book contains material on some of the Texas Gunmen. Basic Texas Books 107C facsmilie of the first edition of 1899, Six-Guns #1173. Burs #218. Graff #2208. Howes #J100. Dobie p. 60. One-Fifty #85. Campbell p. 78. an ex-library book w/numbering on the spine, worn at the corners and rubbed on the edges, light stain on tope edge, prev owner's name on ffep, spine wrinkled. 
Price: 29.75 USD
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7 Jennings, N. A w/foreword by Dobie, J. Frank A Texas Ranger
Austin, TX Steck-Vaughn Company 1959 Facsimile Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket/fine Slipcase Bauknight, Eliz Rice 
321 pp, brown cloth covered boards w/color illustrated front board, four double page color illustrations in text by Eliz Bauknight, light brown-grey cloth covered slipcase. The book is a story by a reporter that served for a period of time as a Texas Ranger, under L. H. McNelly. It is an interesting account of the life of the Texas Rangers in the late 1870s. The book contains material on some of the Texas Gunmen. Basic Texas Books 107C facsmilie of the first edition of 1899, Six-Guns #1173. Burs #218. Graff #2208. Howes #J100. Dobie p. 60. One-Fifty #85. Campbell p. 78. In a professionally built slipcase. 
Price: 76.50 USD
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8 Jennings, N. A w/foreword by Dobie, J. Frank A Texas Ranger
Dallas, TX Turner Company 1936 Reprint Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- 
158 pp, blue clothcovered boards w/gilt lettering on the front cover & spine, dj cream with dark brown illustrated front panel w/dark brown lettering. The book is a story by a reporter that served for a period of time as a Texas Ranger, under L. H. McNelly. It is an interesting account of the life of the Texas Rangers in the late 1870s. The book contains material on some of the Texas Gunmen. Basic Texas Books 107E, Six-Guns #1173. Burs #218. Graff #2208. Howes #J100. Dobie p. 60. One-Fifty #85. Campbell p. 78. The book hinges are discolored from aging. small chip on top front edge of dj, slight corner rubbing to boards 
Price: 45.48 USD
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9 Jennings, N. A w/foreword by Dobie, J. Frank A Texas Ranger
Austin, TX Steck-Vaughn Company 1959 Facsimile Hard Cover Near Fine No Jacket Bauknight, Eliz Rice 
321 pp, brown cloth covered boards w/color illustrated front board, four double page color illustrations in text by Eliz Bauknight. The book is a story by a reporter that served for a period of time as a Texas Ranger, under L. H. McNelly. It is an interesting account of the life of the Texas Rangers in the late 1870s. The book contains material on some of the Texas Gunmen. Basic Texas Books 107C facsmilie of the first edition of 1899, Six-Guns #1173. Burs #218. Graff #2208. Howes #J100. Dobie p. 60. One-Fifty #85. Campbell p. 78. 
Price: 51.00 USD
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10 Dobie, J. Frank and edited by Carmony, Neil B. Afield with J. Frank Dobie : Tales of Critters, Campfires, and the Hunting Trail
Silver City, NM High-Lonesome Books 1992 0944383163 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket Barraza, Fred 
266 pp, brown cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering, brown-tan endpapers. An anthology of J. Frank Dobie's stories. The stories reveal Dobie's interest in hunting, hunters, natural history and outdoor life. 
Price: 68.00 USD
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11 Dobie, J. Frank w/intro by Wittliff, William D. Bob More - Man and Bird Man
Dallas, TX The Encino Press 1965 Limited/Numbered Hard Cover Near Fine No Jacket/Near Fine Slipcase Limited & Numbered Edition Illustrated 
vii, [1], 27 pp, [3], brown cloth covered boards w/light brown pastedown label on the front cover, #492 of 550 cc's, dark brown slipcase w/light brown pastedown label on the front. Robert More was introduced to ornithology at a young age. He began collecting bird's eggs and acquiring knowledge about birds. Published as Southwestern Profiles No. 1 Lowman Printing Arts in Texas pg 37-38, 76. Whaley #8, Cook #70, Dykes pg 24, not in McVicker. 
Price: 127.50 USD
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12 Dobie, J. Frank Coffee in the Gourd : Publications of The Texas Folklore Society Number II
Dallas, TX Southern Methodist Univ Press 1979 Facsimile Hard Cover Near Fine No Jacket Drawings 
110 pp, rust colored boards. Collection of folk lore about customs among German descendants of Tillespie County, customs & superstitions among Texas Mexicans, weather wisdom of the Texas-Mexican border, indian pictographs of the Big Bend in Texas and other miscellany. Basic Texas Books 203 II. "Contains Weather Wisdom of the Texas-Mexican Border." Cook #74. facsimile of McVicker B2 b. 
Price: 18.06 USD
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13 Dobie, J. Frank Coronado's Children : Tales of Lost Mines and Buried Treasures of the Southwest
Austin, TX University of Texas Press 1986 029271050X / 9780292710504 Reprint Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket Shaw, Charles 
329 pp, quarterbound w/tan marbled papercovered boards w/rust cloth covered spine w/black rectangle for title on the spine. The story of those who, for four centuries, have sought treasure in the fabulous lost mines of the Southwest. Book presents a thousand exciting incidents. Reprint of Cook #8. All the tales of lost mines and buried treasure in Legends of Texas were incorporated in Coronado's Children. 
Price: 17.85 USD
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14 Dobie, J. Frank Coronado's Children : Tales of Lost Mines and Buried Treasures of the Southwest
Dallas, TX The Southwest Press 1930 First Edition, Second State Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket Mead, Ben Carlton 
367 pp, black clothcovered boards w/gilt lettering & deco on front, light tan endpaper maps in orange. The story of those who, for four centuries, have sought treasure in the fabulous lost mines of the Southwest. Book presents a thousand exciting incidents. "In the first printing, 2nd state the end of the dedication reads "A clean cowman of the Texas soil."" BTB #45A, Cook #8, McVicker #2a (3). spine faded, prev owners names on verso of frontispiece 
Price: 59.08 USD
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15 Boatright, Mody C. & edited by Dobie, J. Frank Gib Morgan - Minstrel of the Oil Fields
Dallas, TX Southern Methodist University Press 1965 2nd Printing Hard Cover Very Good- No Jacket Boatright, Betty 
xi, 104 pp, blue clothcovered boards w/blu-gilt lettering on the spine, white endpapers w/blu illustrations of standard cable-tool rig and a string of standard cable tools. This is Texas Society Publication Number XX. Morgan was a hero and poet, a cop who who wore no man's livery, flattered no master, celebrated no deeds but his own. He was a legenary character and a real life person. Stories are told of him wherever American oil crews and technicians have gone. Dobie pg 144 folk tales about Gib rather than minstrelsy. Hertzog #9 (these references are for the first printing). Only the front panel and front flap are left of the dj. 
Price: 33.58 USD
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16 Dobie, J. Frank Guide To Life And Literature Of The Southwest
Whitefish, MT Kessinger Publishing 2004 1419122460 / 9781419122460 Reprint Soft Cover Very Good+ No Jacket 
158 pp, glossy yel SC wraps w/black lettering on the spine. The original book was reading in 1929 and was used by Dobie to teach a class on literature of the Southwest. The book has thirty five chapters w/chapters on various areas or people of the Southwest. prev owner wrote on half title page and prev owner's stamp (three initials in circle) on rfep. 
Price: 15.09 USD
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17 Dobie, J. Frank Guide to Life and Literature of the Southwest : Revised and Enlarged in both Knowledge and Wisdom
Dallas, TX Southern Methodist University Press 1965 5th Printing Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good+ Tom Lea, George Catlin, Josť Cisneros, Charles Russell, Charles Wilson John Thomason, Harold Bugbee, Gutzon Borglum, William Leigh, and Olaus Murie 
viii, 222 pp, brown cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering, dj orange w/black lettering w/illustrated front panel by Will Crawford. reprint of Cook #23, reprint of McVicker #A10b dj price-clipped, small chip at the top of the dj spine. 
Price: 21.21 USD
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18 Dobie, J. Frank and Gaddis, Isabel I'll Tell You a Tale : an Anthology
Boston, MA Little, Brown & Co. 1960 11th Printing Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket Mead, Ben Carlton 
xvii, 362 pp, tan cloth covered boards w/green-brown lettering, w/head of longhorn in green on front cover, slight corner bump on back board. An anthology of some of Dobie's folktales arranged topically into sections whose titles speak for them. Stories from The Longhorns, The Mustangs, Tongues of hte Monte, Tales of Old Time Texas, and others. Cook #64. 
Price: 13.60 USD
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19 Dobie, J. Frank John C. Duval - First Texas Man of Letters - His Life and Some of His unpublished Writings
Dallas, TX Southwest Review 1939 Limited Hard Cover Very Good+ Good Limited Lea, Tom Inscribed & SIGNED by the Author
105 pp, [1], quarterbound w/tan clothcovered boards w/borwn lettering, and w/brown clothcovered spine w/gilt lettering, color frontispiece, nine illustrations by Tom Lea, dj tan w/red lettering on the front, rear & spine panels, Inscribed, SIGNED, and dated by the author on the ffep. The book is a study of John C. Duval that includes biography, bibiliography, criticism and ten previously unpublished writings, limited to 1000 cc's of which 950 were for sale. Dobie reckons Duval as the best Texas writer of the 19th century. Dykes Dobie Collection pg 8-9 and book #30 in rare books of Texas, Dykes WHS pg 172, BTB pg 136, Cook #28, McVicker A8(1), Dobie pg 55 under Duval. 
Price: 548.25 USD
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20 Dobie, J. Frank Minority Report of the Advisory Board of Texas Historians to the Commission of Control For Texas Centennial Celebrations
Austin, TX J. Frank Dobie 1935 Soft Cover w/staples Very Good- No Jacket 
32 pp, grey SC wraps w/brown cloth spine. A mimeographed of original report by J. Frank Dobie. It contains recommendations for minor markers, historical & geographical to be placed around the state of Texas. The projects were broken down into thirty-one senatorial districts. It contains the principles of memorialization and of sculptural art. Then the last part of the booklet is recommendations by senatorial districts, with the cost for each project. Under districts, the author has provided the information of which counties these districts encompass. Cook #14. The booklet has hand written corrections on the errors of spelling and one dollar amount correction. some insect depredation to the covers edges. 
Price: 382.50 USD
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