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1 Fowler, Mike Hutto : Images of America
Charleston, SC Arcadia Publishing 2009 0738578606 / 9780738578606 Soft Cover Near Fine No Jacket Photos 
128 pp, brown-black SC wraps w/wraparound pictorial. The town was founded in 1876 when James Emory Hutto donated ladn to the International-Great Northern Railroad. The growing town attracted many immigrants of Swedish, German, and Danish descent. The author collected more than 200 vintage photographs to tell Hutto's history. 
Price: 17.21 USD
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2 Fowler, Mike and Maguire, Jack w/Grisham, Noel and Johnson, Marla The Capitol Story : Statehouse in Texas
Austin, TX Eakin Press 1988 0890156638 / 9780890156636 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- Photos & Drawings Inscribed & SIGNED By Author
x, 182 pp, dark blu cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering, dj gry-brn-blu w/color wraparound pictorial, INSCRIBED & SIGNED by Fowler. The volume is the story of how visionary Texans in 1880, decided to build a capitol that would be the envy of the nation. The state had no money, but it had more than 40 million acres of public land. The people decided to trade more than three million acres of that asset for a grandiose statehouse. This is the story of how they did it. dj sunned, twelve people wrote their names on ffep. 
Price: 80.71 USD
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3 Fowler, Mike and Maguire, Jack w/Grisham, Noel and Johnson, Marla with Grisham, Noel and Johnson, Marla The Capitol Story : Statehouse in Texas
Austin, TX Eakin Press 1988 0890156638 / 9780890156636 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good Photos & Drawings 
x, 182 pp, dark blu cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering, dj gry-brn-blu w/color wraparound pictorial. The volume is the story of how visionary Texans in 1880, decided to build a capitol that would be the envy of the nation. The state had no money, but it had more than 40 million acres of public land. The people decided to trade more than three million acres of that asset for a grandiose statehouse. This is the story of how they did it. Includes two brochures - "The Original Goddess of Liberty from the Texas State Capitol" by Texas Memorial Museum and "Texas Capitol Restoration Celebraton April 1995" by Southwest Airlines. light foxing to the endpapers. 
Price: 44.63 USD
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