Dorothy Sloan -- Books

Past Auctions

Auction 22
Mostly Americana
Friday & Saturday, December 11 & 12, 2009. Conducted at the Sri Atmananda School, Austin, TX.
Auction 22 Catalogue
Auction 22 Prices Realized

Auction 21
High Spots of Texas, the West, Mexico & the Borderlands
Rare books, maps, manuscripts, iconography, ephemera
Friday, October 26, 2007, 6:00 p.m. Conducted at the Badu House, Llano, TX.
Auction 21 Catalogue
Auction 21 Prices Realized

Auction 20
Americana
Rare books, manuscripts, autograph letters, maps, atlases, broadsides, and ephemera
Wednesday, February 14, 2007, 10:00 a.m. Conducted at the Society of California Pioneers, San Francisco, CA.
Auction 20 Catalogue
Auction 20 Prices Realized

Auction 19
Western Americana
Wednesday, October 18, 2006, 10 a.m. Conducted at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, WY.
Auction 19 Catalogue
Auction 19 Prices Realized

Auction 18
Texas, California, the Southwest U.S., Mexico & the Borderlands
Interesting books, broadsides, maps & ephemera
Wednesday, February 15, 2006, 4:00 PM. Conducted at the Bel Age Hotel, West Hollywood, CA.
Auction 18 Catalogue
Auction 18 Prices Realized

Auction 17
Voyages & Travels, with an emphasis on Captain Cook
Wednesday, February 15, 2006, 2:00 PM. Conducted at the Bel Age Hotel, West Hollywood, CA.
Auction 17 Catalogue
Auction 17 Prices Realized

Auction 16
“The World Rushed In”: The California Gold Rush
Wednesday, February 15, 2006, 10:00 AM. Conducted at the Bel Age Hotel, West Hollywood, CA.
Auction 16 Catalogue
Auction 16 Prices Realized

Auction 15
The Daniel G. Volkmann Jr. Collection of Rare Californiana
Rare Books, Maps, Letter Sheets, Broadsides & Ephemera relating to California, San Francisco & the West.
Conducted at the time of the California Book Fair, February 16, 2005, at The Society of California Pioneers in San Francisco, at 3 p.m.
Auction 15 Catalogue
Auction 15 Prices Realized

Auction 14
Americana, with an emphasis on the Southwest & the Borderlands, especially Texas, California, and Mexico.
The type of material offered included rare books, manuscripts, autograph letters, maps, atlases, broadsides, and ephemera.
Conducted at the time of the California Book Fair, February 16, 2005,
at the Society of California Pioneers in San Francisco, at 1:30 p.m.
Auction 14 Catalogue
Auction 14 Prices Realized

Auction 13
A Few Good Maps & Manuscripts Touching upon the History of Texas, California, the Southwest, Mexico & The Borderlands.
Conducted at the time of the California Book Fair, February 5, 2003,
at the Society of California Pioneers in San Francisco
Auction 13 Catalogue

Auction 12
The Daniel G. Volkmann Jr. Collection of The Zamorano 80
A Selection of Distinguished California Books Made by Members of the Zamorano Club
Conducted at the time of the California Book Fair, February 5, 2003,
at the Society of California Pioneers in San Francisco
Auction 12 Catalogue

Auction 11
Rarities — Books, Manuscripts, Broadsides, Photography, And Ephemera, with an Emphasis on Texas and the West
Books, manuscripts, photography, broadsides, and ephemera. This auction was a small, select group of rare, interesting, and unusual material, including outstanding, historic letters written by Stephen F. Austin, William Barret Travis, and others. Other materials included Streeter Texas items, early Texas imprints, Western Americana, Civil War, etc.
Auction Eleven was held to benefit the Texas State Historical Association. Auction & Exhibition were held March 2, 2:00 p.m., 2001 at The Renaissance Hotel, Houston, TX.
Auction 11 Catalogue Abstract
Auction 11 Full Catalogue

Auction 10
Cartography of Texas And The West
This collection included about 400 maps that focus on Texas and the West, from the sixteenth century through the early twentieth century. Included were pocket maps, maps in books, atlases, sheet maps, a rare Mexican portulano, etc. Exceedingly rare maps as well as the good, solid maps that show the gradual evolution of Texas cartography.
Auction Ten was held to benefit the Texas State Historical Association on March 2, 9:00 a.m., 2001 at The Renaissance Hotel, Houston, TX.
Auction Ten exhibition was held March 1, 2001 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at The Renaissance Hotel, Houston, TX.
Auction 10 Catalogue Abstract
Auction 10 Catalogue

Auction 9
The Pingenot Collection
Auction 9 Catalogue

Auction 8
Select Rarities, Americana, and Cartography were offered at the Heritage Bookshop in Los Angeles, California.
Auction 8 Catalogue

Auction 7
An Avalanche of Americana from the Collection of Fred Rosenstock, Long-Time Denver Book Dealer, Publisher & Bibliophile.
Auction 7 Catalogue

Auction 6
Rare books, manuscripts, letters, and prints on Texas, the West, and Mexico with an outstanding selection of excellent maps.
January 10, 1998
Auction 6 Catalogue

Auction 5
The Private Library of Dudley R. Dobie, Sr. Rare and scholarly books on Texas, the West, and the Borderlands.
January 10, 1998
Auction 5 Catalogue
Auction 5: Prices Realized

Auction Four
With an Emphasis on Americana and Texana, but with interesting items from a variety of fields.
April 5, 1997
Auction 4 Catalogue

For the benefit of researchers and our clients, we are currently in the process of bringing our older catalogues to the web. Auction catalogues 1, 2, and 3 are currently available only in Adobe PDF format. These PDF files were reconstructed from a variety of sources, and may contain formatting irregularities such as a lack of italics or inconsistent application of formatting.

Auction Three (7/96)
Catalogue [PDF, 220 KB]; Prices Realized

Auction Two (10/94)
Catalogue
Part 1 [PDF, 340 KB]; Prices Realized
Part 2 [PDF, 352 KB]; Prices Realized
Part 3 [PDF, 832 KB]; Prices Realized

Auction One (3/94)
Catalogue [PDF, 224 KB]; Prices Realized