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Pingenot Auction, Lot 382

382.[JENKINS, John H.] Lot of 7 titles, including:

[JENKINS, John H.]. The Notting Bough, the Signal Tower, & the Fixing of Oscar. Three Southwestern Legal Documents offered at Christmas 1973. Austin: Pemberton Press, 1973. [12] pp. 8vo, blue paper wrappers. Fine.
         First edition, limited edition (300 copies).

JENKINS, John H. Thrill All the Modern Kinds: Notes from a Publisher’s Mail Bag. Austin & New York: Pemberton Press, 1972. [32] pp. 4to, green paper wrappers with title pasted on front wrapper. Fine. Season’s Greetings card from John H. Jenkins laid in.
         First edition, limited edition (300 copies)

JENKINS, John H.,(editor). The General’s Tight Pants: Edward Warren’s Texas Tour of 1836. Austin: Pemberton Press, 1976. [38] pp., facsimiles. 4to, brown paper wrappers with decorated title pasted on front wrapper. Fine.
         First edition, limited edition (450 copies).

JENKINS, John H. A Valentine in a Rough Winter: A Newly Discovered Letter from Sam Houston to His Wife, February 14, 1858. Austin: Pemberton Press, 1974. [20] pp., frontispiece portrait, photographs, facsimiles. 4to, red paper wrappers with title pasted on front wrapper. Title paper coming unglued with a small tear to lower edge, otherwise fine. Season’s Greetings card from Mr. & Mrs. John H. Jenkins laid in.
         Limited edition.

JENKINS, John H. Audubon & Texas. Austin: Pemberton Press, 1965. [8] 17 pp., color frontispiece, illustration, 18 plates. 4to, paper wrappers. Fine. "Best Wishes for the 1965 Holiday Season, Maureen & John Jenkins," card laid in. Signed by Jenkins on colophon page.
         First edition, limited edition (#120 of 400 copies).

JENKINS, John H. Patriotic Songs & Poems of Early Texas, 1836-1848. Austin: Pemberton Press, 1966. [6] 23 [1] pp., facsimile frontispiece. 4to, tan paper wrappers. Fine.
         First edition, limited edition.

REMINGTON, Frederic. How the Law Got Into the Chaparral: Conversations with Old Texas Rangers. Austin: Jenkins Publishing Company, 1987. [2] 36 [10] pp., frontispiece, illustrations. 8vo, blue paper wrappers. Fine. Seasons Greeting from Maureen & John Jenkins card laid in.
         Limited edition. Edited by John H. Jenkins.

(7 vols.)
($30-60)