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1801.    Trans-Pecos Magazine and Guide Book [wrapper title]. N.p., (ca. 1961). 36 pp., advertisements. 4to, original printed wrappers, stapled. Mild wear and spotting to wrappers, edges foxed, else very good.     $15

 

1802.    TRI COUNTY PRESIDENT’S RANCH TRAIL ASSOCIATION. President’s Ranch Trail. Austin: Art Studio, 1968. Folding double-sided brochure with colored map on one side, highlighting routes through Gillespie, Blanco and Hays County; overall: 30.6 x 45.8 cm; folded: 22.9 x 10.2 cm. Verso includes an overview of major points of interest and advertisements. Light wear. Fine.  $10

 

1803.    TRUEHEART, James L. The Perote Prisoners, Being the Diary of James L. Trueheart, Printed for the First Time, Together With an Historical Introduction by Frederick C. Chabot. San Antonio: Naylor, 1934. xiv, [4] 344 pp., frontispiece portrait of James Trueheart, 2 plates. 8vo, original violet cloth. Cloth spotted, tail of spine bumped, else very good.

    First edition, limited edition (1 of 400 copies).    $200

 

1804.    TURNER, Martha Anne. The Yellow Rose of Texas: The Story of a Song. El Paso: University of Texas, 1971. 19 [1, blank] pp., 20 plates. 8vo, original half orange cloth over red cloth boards. Fine. From the library of Carl Hertzog, with ownership label on front pastedown.

    First edition. $15

 

1805.    TURNER, Martha Anne. The Yellow Rose of Texas: The Story of a Song. El Paso: University of Texas, 1971. Another copy. Fine.

    First edition. $10

 

1806.    TURNER, Martha Anne. The Yellow Rose of Texas: The Story of a Song. El Paso: University of Texas, 1971. Another copy, wrappers issue. 8vo, original grey and red printed wrappers. Other than slight tear to title page, a near fine copy. From the library of Carl Hertzog, with ownership label on inside upper wrapper.

    First edition. $15

 

1807.    TURNER, Martha Anne. The Yellow Rose of Texas: The Story of a Song. El Paso: University of Texas, 1971. Another copy. 8vo, original grey and red printed wrappers. Fine.

    First edition. $10

 

1808.    TYLER, Ronnie C. Joseph Wade Hampton: Editor and Individualist. El Paso: Texas Western College, 1969. 39 [1, blank] pp., 4 plates. 8vo, original orange and tan pictorial wrappers, stapled. Fine. From the library of Carl Hertzog, with ownership label on inside upper wrapper.

    Southwestern Studies 6:3. Monograph No. 23.     $15

 

1809.    UDDEN, J.A. The Texas Meteor of October 1, 1917. Austin: University of Texas, 1917. 56 pp., text illustrations, maps. 8vo, original dark olive wrappers, stapled. Wrappers spotted and chipped, top corner of upper wrapper missing, wrappers loose at staples (but holding), text browned.

    University of Texas Bulletin No. 1772: December 25, 1917.     $20

 

1810.    URBANTKE, Carl. Texas Is the Place for Me. Austin & New York: Pemberton Press, 1970. [2] x 99 [1, blank] pp., 6 photographic plates, map. 8vo, original buff cloth. Fine in pictorial d.j.

    First edition. $45

 

1811.    U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS. Water Resources Development by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Texas. Dallas, 1961. 64 pp., 1 folding map. 4to, original blue printed wrappers, stapled. Fine.     $15

 

1812.    VALLEY BY-LINERS. Gift of the Rio: Story of Texas’ Tropical Borderland. Mission: Border Kingdown Press, 1975. [6] 271 pp., 35 plates (mostly photographic), text illustrations, endpaper maps. 8vo, original green cloth. Fine in lightly worn pictorial d.j. with small tear to front cover.

    First edition. TC 1988.     $10

 

1813.    VAN ZANT, Lee. Early Economic Policies of the Government of Texas. El Paso: Texas Western College, 1966. 48 pp., 4 plates, chart. 8vo, original white and orange printed wrappers, stapled. Fine. From the library of Carl Hertzog, with ownership label on inside upper wrapper.

    Southwestern Studies 4:2. Monograph No. 14.     $15

 

1814.    WALLACE, Ernest. Ranald S. Mackenzie on the Texas Frontier. Lubbock: West Texas Museum Association, 1964. xiv, 214 pp., frontispiece portrait of Mackenzie, 1 photographic plate, 2 maps. 8vo, original green cloth. Mild spots to endpapers, else fine in lightly scuffed d.j.

    First edition. $125

 

1815.    WALLACE, Ernest (ed.). Documents of Texas History. Austin: Steck, 1963. x, 293 [1, blank] pp. 4to, original green cloth. Fine in d.j. with chip and tear on bottom upper cover.

    First edition. $15

 

1816.    WALLACE, Ernest (ed.). Ranald S. Mackenzie’s Official Correspondence Relating to Texas, 1871-1873. Lubbock: West Texas Museum Association, 1967. xvi, 202 pp. 8vo, original blue cloth stamped in silver. Fine in lightly rubbed d.j.

    First edition. $45

 

1817.    WALLACE, Ernest (ed.). Ranald S. Mackenzie’s Official Correspondence Relating to Texas, 1873-1879. Lubbock: West Texas Museum Association, 1968. xvi, 241 [1, blank] pp. 8vo, original grey cloth stamped in blue. Fine in lightly rubbed d.j. with small tear to bottom front cover.

    First edition. $45

 

1818.    WALLACE, John Melton. Gaceta to Gazette. Austin: University of Texas, Department of Journalism Development Program, 1966. [2] 89 [1, blank] pp. 8vo, original green printed wrappers. Other than light discoloration of wrappers and slight foxing to edges, a fine copy.     $25

 

1819.    WALLER, John L. Colossal Hamilton of Texas: A Biography of Andrew Jackson Hamilton, Militant Unionist and Reconstruction Governor. El Paso: [Designed by Carl Hertzog for] Texas Western Press, 1968. xii, 152 [1] pp., 8 photographic plates. 8vo, original blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine. Fine in mildly sunned pictorial d.j. Signed by Carl Hertzog on colophon.

    First edition. Lowman 233.     $35

 

1820.    WARNER, H.T., Hugh Nugent Fitzgerald, T.C. Gooch, J.S. Bonner, J.L. Mapes & Edmunds Travis (eds). Texans and Their State: A Newspaper Reference Work. Houston: Texas Biographical Association, (ca. 1919). 125 [3] folios, photographic illustrations. 4to, original black pigskin, stamped in gilt, string-tied. Boards abraded, title page foxed, else very good.     $125

 

1821.    WASSON, S. Deane. The Battle of San Jacinto, April 21, 1836: Winning the Independence of the Republic of Texas. N.p., 1928. 36 [1] pp., photographic illustrations, map. 12mo, original brown wrappers. Half title lightly smudged and with ink ownership markings, text browned, else very good.     $100

 

1822.    WATSON, Frank. The Official Guide Book: Texas Centennial Exposition, June 6-Nov. 29, 1936. Dallas: Texas Centennial Central Exposition, 1936. [2] 96 pp., photographic illustrations, ads, folding map, endpaper maps. 8vo, original pictorial wrappers. Wrappers lightly chipped and creased, text foxed, else good.     $45

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1823.    WEBB, Todd & Drury Blakeley Alexander. Texas Homes of the Nineteenth Century. Austin & London: [University of Texas Press for] Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, 1966. xiv, 276 pp., photographic illustrations. 4to, original green cloth. Light wear to board extremities, mild foxing to edges, else near fine in chipped photographic d.j.

    First edition. TLH, p.88.     $30

 

1824.    WEBB, Walter Prescott. More Water for Texas: The Problem and the Plan. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1954. x, 69 [1, blank] pp., charts, maps. Oblong 8vo, original tan cloth. Fine in a lightly chipped, price-slipped d.j. with small tear to top and bottom upper cover.  $45

 

1825.    WEBB, Walter Prescott (ed.). The Texas History Teachers’ Bulletin, Volume XIII, Number 1. Austin: University of Texas, 1925. 139 [1, blank] pp. 8vo, original grey printed wrappers. Light sunning to wrappers, text browned with a few ink marks present, else near fine.     $45

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