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16. CAT SPRING AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

100th Anniversary Celebration of the Cat Spring

Agricultural Society, Oldest Agricultural Society in Texas, June 8, 9, and 10

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, 1956, Cat Spring, Austin

County, Texas.

New Ulm: New Ulm Enterprise, n.d. [1956]. 56 pp., photographs, ads. 8vo, original

cream printed wrappers. A little light soiling and a few tiny spots to wraps, otherwise fine.

Not in

CBC. TC

51.

$25.00

17. HOFF, Blanche.

San Felipe de Austin: Capital of Austin’s Colony

[wrapper title]. N.p.: Sons of

the Republic of Texas, 1938. 15 [1, blank] pp., photographic portrait of James Monroe Hill. 8vo,

original white printed self-wrappers, stapled. Light wear, soiling, and tiny area of insect damage

to wraps, otherwise very good.

First edition. CBC

102. 1938 James Monroe Hill Texas history essay award, Sons of the Repub-

lic of Texas.

$15.00

18. SCHMIDT, C.W.

Footprints of Five Generations

. New Ulm: New Ulm Enterprise, 1930. 76 pp.,

photographs. 8vo, original blue pictorial wrappers. Light wear and a little browning to wraps,

bottom edge spotted, a little light foxing to first and last leaves, otherwise very good.

First edition

. Not in

CBC

.

TC

49. History of Austin County with biographies and good social

history (“Pioneer Physicians of New Ulm,” “The School House,” “A Prairie Fire,” “Entertain-

ment,” “Locating Bee Trees,” etc.). Though cotton, corn, and tobacco were the chief agricultural

products, there is some history of stock raising.

$25.00

Bandera County

19. FRONTIER TIMES MUSEUM.

Program for Dedication of Chisolm Hall in Frontier Times

Museum on Saturday, May 28

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, 1938.

Bandera, 1938. [4] pp., photographic image. 8vo, single stiff

cardboard sheet folded with silver gelatin print of Frontier Times Museum tipped on. Lightly

smudged, creased where formally folded, else very good.

$15.00

20. GRAVES, Mrs. Howard.

History of Bandera County Schools for Over a Century.

Bandera:

Bandera County Historical Survey Committee, 1973. [12] 114 [2] pp., photographs. 8vo, original

brown printed wrappers. A little insect damage to spine, dark stains on upper wrap, light crease

to upper wrap and first ca. 30 leaves. Inscribed by author on front free endpaper.

First edition. TC

55.

$15.00

21. HUNTER, J[ohn] Marvin.

A Brief History of Bandera County, Covering More Than Eighty

Years of Intrepid History.

Bandera: Frontier Times, 1936. [4] 95 [1] pp. 12mo, original grey printed

wrappers. Wraps foxed and a bit worn, small stain to fore-edge (not affecting text), ink owner-

ship inscription inside upper wrap, text browned, otherwise good.

Not in

CBC.

$30.00

22. HUNTER, J[ohn] Marvin.

A Brief History of Bandera County, Covering One Hundred Years

of Intrepid History.

Baird: Baird Star, 1949. [4] 76 pp. 8vo, original tan printed wrappers. Fine.

Signed by author on front free endpaper.

Not in

CBC. TC

53.

$40.00

23. HUNTER, J[ohn] Marvin.

A Brief History of Bandera County, Covering One Hundred Years

of Intrepid History.

Baird: Baird Star, 1949. Another copy, not signed. Spine and lower margin of

upper wrapper browned, otherwise fine.

Not in

CBC.

$30.00

24. HUNTER, J[ohn] Marvin.

100 Years in Bandera, 1853-1953...A Century of Intrepid History.

N.p.: Published by the author, 1953. [30] 91 [3] pp., photographic illustrations, ads. Folio, original

blue pictorial wrappers printed in black and red, stapled. A few small chips to margins of fragile

wraps, text browned and a bit brittle due to poor quality paper stock, overall very good.

First edition. CBC

140.

TC

59.

$35.00

25. HUNTER, J[ohn] Marvin.

Pioneer History of Bandera County: Seventy-five Years of Intrepid

History.

Bandera: Hunter’s Printing House, 1922. [3]-287 [5] pp., photographic illustrations. 8vo,