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1 Graham, Don Celebrating the Literary Heritage of Texas
Upper Saddle River, NJ Prentice-Hall, Inc. 2000 0130501166 / 9780130501165 First Printing Hard Cover Near Fine No Jacket Signed by Foreword Author
i, 125 pp, glossy wht boards w/glossy green spine w/wht lettering, SIGNED by Don Graham on the introduction essay. Collection of some of the literary works written by Texans or about Texas. Contains short stories, poems, nonfiction, fiction, tall tales, historic document, ballad and a screenplay. Some of the authors are McMurtry, Katherine Porter, Robert Flynn, O. Henry, John Lomax, Mody Boatright, Vassar Miller, Americo Paredes, and others. 
Price: 13.39 USD
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2 Graham, Don Kings of Texas : the 150-year Saga of an American Ranching Empire
Hoboken, NJ John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2003 0471394513 / 9780471394518 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Near Fine Photos & Map Signed by Author
xiii,289 pp, maroon boards w/dj w/yel spine w/wht-maroon lettering w/pictorial front & back panels, Inscribed & SIGNED by author. The saga of the characters who founded, built, and expanded this vast holding. The King Ranch is the largest & most famous cattle ranch in American history. The author follows Richard King's rise from riverboat pilot to rancher, and his creation of an American version of a Spanish hacienda, sustaining generations of work & loyalty from Mexican vaqueros and their families, who became known as the Kinenos, King's people. dj repair spot on front, dj in mylar protector. 
Price: 46.75 USD
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3 Graham, Don w/foreword by McMurtry, Larry Lone Star Literature : From the Red River to the Rio Grande
New York, NY W. W. Norton & Company, Inc. 2004 0393050432 / 9780393050431 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Near Fine 
733 pp, quarterbound w/orange boards and green spine, dj light blu-brown-green w/color pictorial front & spine. The collection traces the continuing legacy of Texas literature, dispite generational and cultural differences, the authors share a landscape and a history that inspires them. The authors range from Any Adams, John Lomax, O. Henry, Sallie Matthews, Walter Webb, J. Evetts Haley, Dorothy Scarborough, J. Frank Dobie, A.C. Greene, John Graves, Kiny Friedman, Rick Bass, Sandra Cisneros, Robert Flynn, Larry McMurtry, Edwin Shrake, Americo Paredes adn many others. 
Price: 35.70 USD
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4 Graham, Don Texas : a Literary Portrait
San Antonio, TX Corona Publishing Company 1985 Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good+ Blakely, Nell Signed by Author
243 pp, sage boards w/maroon cloth spine, dj gry-blu w/illustrated front of pen & outline of the state of texas as an ink blot, 750 cc's bound, SIGNED by Graham. A literary portrait and glimpses of Texas by 50 renowned writers. 
Price: 55.25 USD
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5 Capps, Benjamin w/afterword by Graham, Don The Trail to Ogallala
Fort Worth, TX Texas Christian University Press Wraps Near Fine No Jacket 
285 pp, blu-wht SC wraps w/illustrated front, in plastic shrink wrap. The book is number three in the Texas Tradition Series 
Price: 7.86 USD
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