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The New Matthews-Northrup Global Atlas of the World at War - No. 674

By: World Publishing Company

Price: $12.75

Publisher: Cleveland, OH, World Publishing Company: 1944

Seller ID: 038128

Condition: Very Good


48 pp, grey-orange-black-yellow-blu-wht covers w/yel-blu-black lettering and an illustration of a portion of the world on the front cover. The atlas contains invasion study maps of Northern and Southern Europe and the military and naval approaches to Japan. The reader can follow the different phases of World War II with global maps, geo-political maps and military action maps. dj split on the spine, several chips and tears on the edges and slight soiling to the covers. View more info

The New Self-Revising Matthews-Northrup Atlas of the World at War - No. 673

By: World Publishing Company

Price: $9.31

Publisher: Cleveland, OH, World Publishing Company: 1944

Seller ID: 038129

Condition: Good


48 pp, brown-black-blu-wht covers w/yel-wht-red lettering and an illustration of a portion of the world on the front cover. The atlas contains invasion study maps of Northern and Southern Europe and the military and naval approaches to Japan. The reader can follow the different phases of World War II with global maps, geo-political maps and military action maps. dj split on the spine, several chips and tears on the edges and slight soiling to the covers. View more info

Traces from the Cotton Patch : Ancestors and Descendants of Chester White & Effie Sullivan

By: Worthington, Jerrene White

Price: $125.38

Publisher: Franklin, NC, Genealogy Publishing Service: 2005

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 051157

Condition: Near Fine


xii, 691 pp, dark maroon papercovered boards w/gilt lettering on the front cover and spine. History of the ancestors and descendats of Chester White & Effie Sullivan including White, Nowlin, Millstead, Power, Sullivan, Fowler, Ijams, Cheyney, Isaac, Pottenger, Absalon, Conn, Finley, Cathey, Rutherford, Graham. It started with the author's desire to trace her ancestory to Millie, her father's Cherokee ancestor. View more info

A catalogue of the Joanna Southcott Collection at the University of Texas

By: Wright, Eugene Patrick

Price: $36.34

Publisher: Austin, TX, University of Texas Press: 1968

Edition: Limited

Seller ID: 012275

Condition: Very Good+


138 pp, brown cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering, light brown dj w/black lettering. one of 750 cc's. The volume lists the printed material, manuscript material, paintings, engravings, and phtographs in the Joanna Southcott collection at UT. #96 of The First Hundred Publications of the Humanities Research Center of the University of Texas at Austin. small chip along top dj extremi. View more info

Frank Lloyd Wright Drawings : for a Living Architecture

By: Wright, Frank Lloyd and samonà, Giuseppe

Price: $403.75

Publisher: New York, NY, Horizon Press: 1959

Seller ID: 004518

Condition: Very Good


255 pp, rust colored cloth covered boards w/blind stamped title on front & gilt lettering on the spine, red-orange endpapers. The book was published for the Bear Run Foundation Inc. and the Edgar J. Kaufmann Charitable Foundation by Horizon PressThe purpose of the book is to bring people the pleasure of seeing Wright's architecture at the stages of conception & first formulation. Only drawings embody these stages that otherwise lie concealed within the buildings or their photographs. A few themes of site or building type serve to characterize the groupings. Wright's drawings tell so much becau... View more info

California's Missions

By: Wright, Ralph B.

Price: $8.50

Publisher: Santa Barbara, CA, California Mission Trails Assn.: 1962

Edition: 4th Printing

Seller ID: 008696

Condition: Very Good


95 pp, blu-brown-wht SC wraps w/illustrated front cover. The book presents the story of the Spanish conquest & courageous padres who brought Christianity & civilization to the Pacific Coast. The book covers the past history & present condition of each of the 21 missions along El Camino Real - turning from one to another in the order of their founding. also includes two brochures for the Carmel Mission. View more info

California's Missions

By: Wright, Ralph B. & Anderson, John B. & Watson, Benjamin M.

Price: $10.63

Publisher: Covina, CA, Hubert A. Lowman: 1972

Edition: 8th Printing

Seller ID: 037527

Condition: Very Good


95 pp, dark blu-aqua-brown-wht SC wraps w/illustrated front cover. The book presents the story of the Spanish conquest & courageous padres who brought Christianity & civilization to the Pacific Coast. The book covers the past history & present condition of each of the 21 missions along El Camino Real - turning from one to another in the order of their founding. Some of the missions are San Diego de Alcalá, San Antonio de Padua, San Francico de Asis, San Juan Capistrano, Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz, Santa Inés, San Franciso de Solano and others. slight corner curl on bottom front corner. View more info

The Voyage of the Herman

By: Wright, Theon in Collaboration With Sutton, Ione Ulrich

Price: $20.40

Publisher: New York, NY, Hawthorn Books, Inc,.: 1966

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 039539

Condition: Very Good+


284 pp, [2], brown cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering on the spine. The story of the search for lost treasures in the South Seas. This is the story of the voyage of the ninety-foot schooner Herman itno the Low Archipelago and is based on the notes and diaries of the voyagers, letters and journals, and the log of the Herman. The purpose of the voyage was to find the "ecclesiastical treasure of Lima". View more info

The Gateway to the Big Pasture: Devol

By: Wyatt III, Robert Lee

Price: $165.75

Publisher: Marceline, MO, Walsworth Publishers: 1974

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author(s)

Seller ID: 039535

Condition: Good+


[12], 159 pp, yellow cloth covered boards w/brown lettering & photo on the front cover, SIGNED & dated by author on the ffep. The author presents the history of his home town, Devol, Oklahoma. It covers Oil Boom, Ku Klux Klan, and more. some soiling to the boards. View more info

I'm A Spam Fan : America's Best-Loved Foods

By: Wyman, Carolyn

Price: $15.26

Publisher: Stamford, CT, Longmeadow Press: 1993

Edition: 2nd Printing

Seller ID: 034502

ISBN: 0681414456

Condition: Very Good+


viii, (8), 144 pp, blu boards w/wht lettering, dj full-color pictorial front & rear panels w/yel spine w/black-red lettering. The book presents the stories behind more than 100 classics of the American grocer, illustrated with more than 40 nostalgic photographs, ads and product trademarks. spine slight tanning. View more info

Spam: A Biography - the Amazing True Story of America's "Miracle Meat"!

By: Wyman, Carolyn

Price: $12.75

Publisher: San Diego, CA, Harcourt Brace & Company: 1999

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 035736

ISBN: 0156004771

Condition: Near Fine


135 pp, glossy blu SC w/wht-yel lettering w/color pictorial front panel. Spam, a luncheon meat, was produced from pork shoulder meat in 1937 by Hormel It was spiced and canned. It was used during the second World War as war rations, being sent to the military. View more info

Masada : Herod's Fortress and the zealots' Last Stand

By: Yadin, Yigael

Price: $15.09

Publisher: London, England, Phoenix Illustrated: 1997

Edition: First Paperback Edition

Seller ID: 049676

ISBN: 1857999495

Condition: Near Fine


272 pp, glossy dark red SC wraps w/color pictorial front & rear panels. The book provides an account by the leader of the expedition of the discovery of the life and self-destruciton of the Jewish Zealots who refused to submit to the Romans. View more info

History of Nolan County Texas

By: Yeats, E.L. and Shelton, Hooper

Price: $73.95

Publisher: Sweetwater, TX, Shelton Press: 1975

Seller ID: 040859

Condition: Near Fine


256 pp, dark maroon imitation leather boards w/stamped gilt lettering front & spine, dj brown kraft w/black lettering & w/illustration on front, color illustrated map eps front & black & wht illustrated map eps rear. The history of Nolan County that was named after Philip Nolan. Philip Nolan was a pathfinder who did much to map and make known the country called Texas. View more info

The History of the Southern Pacific

By: Yenne, Bill

Price: $12.71

Publisher: New York, NY, Bonanza Books: 1988

Seller ID: 051495

ISBN: 051746084X

Condition: Very Good+


128 pp, blk papercovered boards w/gilt lettering on the spine, glossy blu, white,black, brown, red color pictorial dust jacket w/color photo of Southern Pacific engine on the front page and color photo of old time Southern Pacific engine on the rear panel. The story of the Southern Pacific Company that connected the mouth of the Columbia River in the Pacific Northwest to th emouth of the Mississippi on the Gulf of Mexico. View more info

A Bbibliography of the Published Works of Charles M. Russell

By: Yost, Karl and Renner, Frederic G.

Price: $61.63

Publisher: Lincoln, NE, University of Nebraska Press: 1971

Edition: 2nd Printing

Seller ID: 024549

Condition: Very Good


xiii, 317 pp, quarterbound w/brown faux leather covered boards w/wht cloth covered spine w/brown-gilt lettering, dj red spine w/blk-wht lettering w/color illustrated front & back, dj small chip on back panel, spine sunned, dj rubbed on edges of the spine. This volume records approximately 3,500 items & is illustrated w/forty-two plates with eighteen in full-color. View more info

Dodge City : Up Through a Century in Story and Pictures

By: Young, Fredric R.

Price: $45.01

Publisher: Boot Hill Museum, Inc.: 1972

Seller ID: 021181

Condition: Very Good+


202 pp, brown cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering, dj light orange w/dark brown lettering, light brown-dark brown illustrated endpaper maps of early Dodge City. Book tells the story of Dodge City with more than 400 photographs. It documents the early infamous reputation of Dodge City, the "wickedest little city in America." Provides information on town's early citizens, buffalo hunters, cattlemen, prostitutes, gamblers, and gunfighters. dj tears at flap edges repaired w/archival tape on the inside, dj in brodart protector View more info

The Faroese Saga : Freely Trnaslated with Maps and Genealogical Tables

By: Young, G. V. C. and Clewer, Cynthia R.

Price: $48.03

Publisher: Belfast, Ireland, Føroya Skulabokagrunnur: 1973

Seller ID: 035939

Condition: Very Good


xv, 60 pp, blu cloth covered boards wsilver lettering on the front cover. The book contains maps of the Faroes Islands, Northren Europe, and Norway. It also contains genealogical tables of Grim Kamban, Thorbjorn, Snaeulf, Leif Ossurson, Steingrim, Thorgrim and Arnljot. The book provides a history of the Vikings. View more info

Kokopelli Cassanova of the Cliff Dwellers: The Hunchbacked Flute Player

By: Young, John V.

Price: $6.76

Publisher: Palmer Lake, CO, Filter Press: 1990

Seller ID: 049352

ISBN: 0865410267

Condition: Very Good


x, 29 pp, blue SC wraps w/black lettering & illustrations. Booklet about Kokopelli, the traveling salesman, who may have used the flute as a notice to villagers that he was coming in peace and was not an enemy. Everywhere that primitive man roamed in the American Southwest he left an enduring record of his passing fancies and urgencies in the form of pictures on the rocks. They are incised in the rock surface by pecking or scratching with a stone tool called a petroglyph. Kokopelli's frequenct and widespread appearance on pottery and in pictography sugges he was a well-travelled and un... View more info

Kokopelli Cassanova of the Cliff Dwellers: The Hunchbacked Flute Player

By: Young, John V.

Price: $5.10

Publisher: Palmer Lake, CO, Filter Press: 1990

Edition: First Printing

Seller ID: 050635

ISBN: 0865410267

Condition: Very Good


x, 29 pp, blue SC wraps w/black lettering & illustrations. Booklet about Kokopelli, the traveling salesman, who may have used the flute as a notice to villagers that he was coming in peace and was not an enemy. Everywhere that primitive man roamed in the American Southwest he left an enduring record of his passing fancies and urgencies in the form of pictures on the rocks. They are incised in the rock surface by pecking or scratching with a stone tool called a petroglyph. Kokopelli's frequenct and widespread appearance on pottery and in pictography sugges he was a well-travelled and un... View more info

Outlaw Tales : Legends, Myths, and Folklore from America's Middle Border

By: Young, Judy Dockrey and Richard

Price: $6.16

Publisher: Little Rock, AR, August House Publishers, Inc.: 1992

Edition: 2nd Printing

Seller ID: 029547

ISBN: 0874831954

Condition: Very Good+


224 pp, glossy SC wraps w/wht spine w/orange-black lettering w/color illustrated front & photo of the authors on the back panel. Talesof outlaws and desperados are on of the few types of folklore that are peculairly American. Outlaw tales serve as the "urban legends" of the period from 1850 to 1930. Stories about Belle Starr, Wild Bill, Saloons, hanging judges, Jesse & Frank James, vigilantes, hole-in-the-wall gang, and other tales. View more info