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1 Elder, Jane Lenz Across the Plains to Santa Fe
Dallas, TX DeGolyer Library Southern Methodist University 1996 Limited Soft Cover w/staples Near Fine No Jacket Limited Illustrated 
unpaginated, brown SC wraps w/map illustrated front panel, one of 1500 cc's. The booklet lists fifty-three books in nine catagories: American Reconnaissance, American Traders, U.S. Soldiers on the Trail, The Mexican Trail, Texas Filibusters, The War with Mexico, Travellers on the Trail, The Railroad Surveyors, and From Ox Carts to Iron Horses. 
Price: 17.85 USD
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2 Elder, Jane Lenz and Weber, David J. Across the Plains to Santa Fe : Exhibition Catalogue
Dallas, TX DeGolyer Library Southern Methodist University 1993 Limited Hard Cover Near Fine No Jacket Limited 
unpaginated, light brown cloth covered boards w/dark brown oval title on the front cover, limited edition being one of 150 cc's of specially bound edition. The booklet lists fifty-three books in nine catagories: American Reconnaissance, American Traders, U.S. Soldiers on the Trail, The Mexican Trail, Texas Filibusters, The War with Mexico, Travellers on the Trail, The Railroad Surveyors, and From Ox Carts to Iron Horses. 
Price: 21.25 USD
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3 Elder, Jane Lenz and Weber, David J. w/foreword by Marcus, Stanley Trading in Santa Fe John M. Kingsbury's Correspondence with James Josiah Webb 1853-1861
Dallas, TX DeGolyer Library, SMU Press 1996 0870743902 / 9780870743900 First Edition Soft Cover Near Fine No Jacket 
xxxix, 326 pp, light grey SC wraps w/aqua-black lettering w/illustrated front & back. John M. Kingsbury's correspondence with James Josiah Webb 1853-1861. As junior partner of Santa Fe mercantile firm of Webb & Kingsbury f/1853 to 1861, John Kingsbury sent regular reports to his partner in Connecticut. They contain first-hand glimpses into the social and economic conditions of a Mexican town, deep in Indian-controlled territory recently conquered by the United States in the war with Mexico. 
Price: 19.98 USD
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