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380. [HALEY, J. Evetts]. Lot of 8 titles (mostly 8vo, mostly original bindings, very fine to good), including:
HALEY, J. Evetts. The Alamo Mission Bell.
Midland and Austin: Encino Press for the Nita Stewart Haley
Memorial Library, 1974. Frontispiece, illustrations by E.
M. "Buck" Schwiwetz. 8vo, original half calf over brown
cloth boards with paper label on upper cover. Very fine in
brown slipcase. Signed.
First edition, limited edition (#178 of 250 copies), specially bound, slipcased, and signed by the author.
HALEY, J. Evetts. Charles Schreiner, General Merchandise. The Story of a Country Store. Austin: Texas State Historical Association, 1944. Frontispiece portrait, illustrations. 8vo, original cloth. Very fine in d.j.
HALEY, J. Evetts. Rough TimesTough Fibre.
A Fragmentary Family Chronicle. Canyon: Palo Duro
Press, 1976. Illustrations. 8vo, original brown leather
over pictorial linen. Very fine in publishers
slipcase. Signed by Carl Hertzog.
First edition. Typography by Carl Hertzog.
HALEY, J. Evetts. A Texan Looks at Lyndon. A Study in Illegitimate Power. Canyon: Palo Duro Press, . 16mo, pictorial wrappers. 5 copies.
[HALEY, J. Evetts]. "J. Evetts Haley for Governor For Segregation & States Rights." Political campaign poster with photographic portrait of Haley. Folio. Fine
CASEMENT, Dan D. The Address of Mr. Dan D.
Casement at the Thirtieth Annual Meeting of the Panhandle
Plains Historical Society at Canyon, Texas, May 11, 1951.
[cover title]. 8 pp. 8vo, printed wrappers. Very
HALEY, Evetts, Jr. J. Evetts Haley, KSJ. Cowman - Historian - Texan: The Legacy. Midland: Evetts Family Trust for the Nita Stewart Haley Memorial Museum, . Frontispiece portrait, illustrations. 4to, original white printed wrappers. Very fine
ROBINSON, Chandler (compiler). J. Evetts Haley
and the Passing of the West. Austin: Jenkins, 1978.
Small 8vo, full morocco. Very fine in publishers
First edition, limited edition (#24 of 25 copies bound in morocco), signed by Robinson.