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Pingenot Auction, Lot 345

345. [BIBLIOGRAPHY & REFERENCE: MAPPING]. Lot of 9 titles, including the following:

BRYAN, James P. and Walter K. Hanak. Texas in Maps. Austin: University of Texas, [1961]. 16, 23 [plates] [1] pp., maps, illustrations. 8vo, pictorial wrappers. Fine.
         Limited edition (2,500 copies).

DAY, James M. and Ann B. Dunlap. The Map Collection of the Texas State Archives 1527-1900. Austin: Texas State Library, 1962. [2] 156 pp. 8vo, wrappers. Fine.

DAY, James H. Maps of Texas 1527-1900: The Map Collection of the Texas State Archives. Austin: Pemberton, 1964. [6] 178 pp. 8vo, cloth with printed label pasted on front. Fine.
         First edition.

JOLLY, David C. Antique Maps, Sea Charts, City Views, Celestial Charts, & Battle Plans. Price Record & Handbook for 1985. Brookline: Jolly, 1985. 280 pp., illustrations. 8vo, green cloth.
         First edition.

REINHARTZ, Dennis and Charles C. Colley. The Mapping of the American Southwest. College Station: Texas A&M, [1987]. xv 83 [1] [8 color plates] [1] pp., maps. 8vo, simulated leather, gilt design on front and lettering on spine. Very fine in d.j.
         First edition.

RITTENHOUSE, Jack. Disturnell’s Treaty Map: The Map that was Part of the Guadalupe Hidalgo Treaty on Southwestern Boundaries, 1848. Santa Fe: Stagecoach Press, [1965]. 20 [1] pp., large folding map. 8vo, original cloth with title only on spine. Fine.
         First edition. Tutorow 4512: "[It] deals with the map that was used in establishing the international boundary between the United States and Mexico."

TALIAFERRO, Henry G., et al. Cartographic Sources in the Rosenberg Library. College Station: Texas A&M for Rosenberg Library, 1988. xii, 234 pp., color frontispiece, 4 color plates, illustrations. 8vo, cloth. Mint in d.j.
         First edition. 558 annotated entries recording works written by people living on the U.S. frontier before 1800, excluding Jesuit relations, Spanish Southwest, and Canada.

TOOLEY, R. V. The Mapping of America. [London]: Holland, [1985]. xi [1] 519 pp., illustrations, maps. 8vo, cloth. Very fine in d.j.
         Second impression.

(9 vols.)
($75-150)