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Texas Heritage : volume I Number I and Number 2

By: Adair, A. Garland

Price: $37.83

Publisher: Austin, TX, Highlands Historical Press: 1960

Inscription: Inscribed & SIGNED by Editor

Seller ID: 050875

Condition: Very Good


256 pp, red clothcovered boards w/black lettering being a combination of November 1959 and March 1960 issues. Inscribed & SIGNED by the editor. It was inscribed to "Chief Justice and Mrs. Joe Hickman with fond friendship Sincerely A. Garland Adair 6-13-60." Volume 1 number 1 of the book features the United States and Confederate States Texas Senators and other Texana. Volume 1 number 2 in the book features Harris County Historic Markers and Monuments, Th... View more info

Under Texas Skies - Volume I, No. 2 - June 1950

By: Adair, A. Garland

Price: $26.78

Publisher: Austin, TX, Texas Heritage Foundation Inc.: 1950

Seller ID: 020397

Condition: Very Good


24 pp, white SC wraps w/color illustrated front. Covers the first meeting of the Texas National Capital Sesquicentennial Commission on May 29, 1950 in Austin, TX. View more info

Adair's Texas Pictorial Handbook : March 1957

By: Adair, A. Garland

Price: $29.54

Publisher: Austin, TX, Texas Heritage Foundation, Inc.: 1957

Seller ID: 035538

Condition: Very Good


pg 33 - 48, wht SC wraps w/light blu-red pictorial front & rear panels. The booklet contains the following articles: Texas' Most Precious Document, Washington-on-the-Brazos, Texas Independence Day Organization, 59 delegates who signed the Texas Declaration of Independence, and Texas Capitols. View more info

Adair's Texas Pictorial Handbook : March 1957

By: Adair, A. Garland

Price: $29.54

Publisher: Austin, TX, Texas Heritage Foundation, Inc.: 1957

Seller ID: 035537

Condition: Very Good


pg 17 - 32, wht SC wraps w/light blu-red pictorial front & rear panels. The booklet contains the following articles: Featuring a traced reproduction of the Texas Declaration of Independence from its original form, Savior of King's Highway honored in her Home Town, and Award is given to Perry. View more info

Adair's Texas Pictorial Handbook : January 15, 1957

By: Adair, A. Garland

Price: $29.54

Publisher: Austin, TX, Texas Heritage Foundation, Inc.: 1957

Seller ID: 035536

Condition: Very Good


16 pp, wht SC wraps w/light blu-red pictorial front & rear panels. The booklet contains the following article: The Chief Executive of the Republic of Texas. Governors, 55th Legislature and 1957 Inaugural Committees. tear at bottom of the spine View more info

Adair's Texas Pictorial Handbook : August 1956

By: Adair, A. Garland

Price: $29.54

Publisher: Austin, TX, Texas Heritage Foundation, Inc.: 1956

Seller ID: 035535

Condition: Very Good


24 pp, wht SC wraps w/light blu-red pictorial front & rear panels. The booklet contains the following two articles: Texas Heritage Foundation National Metal Awarded to Mrs. O. H. Davenport and Uncrowned Heroes of the Texas Missions condensed by Adair from an article by Dudley G. Wooten. View more info

Under Texas Skies - Volume V, Nos. 5-6 - January-February 1955

By: Adair, A. Garland

Price: $16.96

Publisher: Austin, TX, Texas Heritage Foundation Inc.: 1955

Inscription: Inscribed & SIGNED By Author

Seller ID: 037395

Condition: Good+


20 pp, white SC wraps w/black-and-white pictorial front, Inscribed and SIGNED by M. H. Crockett on the front cover. The booklet contains the following articles: "Governor Hardeman Attends Camp Mabry Exercises," "A Backwar Glance At Austin," by M. H. Crockett, and copies of speeches by Hardeman, Adair, Dorsey Hardeman, and other short articles. some soiling to the booklet. View more info

Texas Heritage : volume III Number I

By: Adair, A. Garland

Price: $11.86

Publisher: Austin, TX, Highlands Historical Press: 1961

Inscription: Signed by Editor

Seller ID: 027350

Condition: Good+


179 pp, glossy white SC wraps w/black lettering on the front, SIGNED by the editor. The book features Senate Journal 1836 Republic of Texas: The story of the seal of the Lone Star State and other Texana. The covers are foxed and prev owner wrote three dollars on the title page. View more info

Under Texas Skies - Volume III, No. 8 - December 1952

By: Adair, A. Garland

Price: $16.96

Publisher: Austin, TX, Texas Heritage Foundation Inc.: 1952

Seller ID: 037394

Condition: Good+


unpaginated, white SC wraps w/black-and-white pictorial front, Inscribed and SIGNED by the editor on 2nd page from the back. The booklet covers various members of the Charles Vernon Terrell family, along with covering the Bill of Rights day, Robert Lovett Day & the article "The Dawn of Recorded Texas History - Captain Alonso de Pineada Made the Discovery" by the editor. some soiling to the booklet, prev owner's address label & cancelled stamp on the back panel. View more info

Texas Heritage

By: Adair, A. Garland

Price: $15.09

Publisher: Austin, TX, Texas Heritage Foundation, Inc.: 1959

Edition: 2nd Printing

Seller ID: 035508

Condition: Very Good


48 pp, white SC wraps w/black lettering on the front. The booklet features the fifty-nine delegates who signed the Texas Declaration of Independence and pictures of the Capitols of the Lone Star Republic and the State of Texas. small chips along bottom edge of the back cover. View more info

Austin and Commodore Perry

By: Adair, A. Garland and Perry, E.H.

Price: $25.08

Publisher: Austin, TX, Texas Heritage Foundtn Inc.: 1956

Seller ID: 033355

Condition: Good


xiv, 234 pp, orange cloth covered boards w/black lettering, wht glossy dj w/black-green lettering. The book records the progress of Austin, Texas during the course of the last fifty years as recorded in the activities & influence of Commodore E.H. Perry, Sr. dj stain on back cover, dj chipped on the edges, foxing to the endpapers, dampstaining on the boards View more info

Austin and Commodore Perry

By: Adair, A. Garland and Perry, E.H.

Price: $39.74

Publisher: Austin, TX, Texas Heritage Foundtn Inc.: 1956

Inscription: Inscribed & SIGNED By Author

Seller ID: 050956

Condition: Very Good


xiv, 234 pp, orange cloth covered boards w/black lettering, wht glossy dj w/black-green lettering. Inscribed & SIGNED by the author on the ffep. The book records the progress of Austin, Texas during the course of the last fifty years as recorded in the activities & influence of Commodore E.H. Perry, Sr. small chips edges of the dj. View more info