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Postcard of Birds-eye view of Cody, Wyoming

[MORALES, Juan Bautista]
El Gallo Pitagórico

The Wild West Game

1. ADAMS, Ramon F. The Old-Time Cowhand. New York: Macmillan Company, 1961. ($150-300) More>>

2. APPLEGATE, Jesse & Jesse A[pplegate] Applegate. A Day with the Cow Column in 1843...[and] Recollections of My Boyhood.... Edited, with Introduction and Notes, by Joseph Schafer.... Chicago: [Designed by William A. Kittredge, Lakeside Press for] The Caxton Club, 1934. ($200-400) More>>

3. [ATLAS].  GARCÍA CUBAS, Antonio. Atlas metódico para la enseñanza de la geografía de la República Mexicana. Formado y dedicado a la Sociedad Mexicana de Geografía y Estadística.Mexico:  Sandoval y Vázquez, Impresores, 1874. ($500-1,000) More>>

4. BACLE, Cesár Hipólito. Colección general de las marcas del ganado de la provincia de Buenos-Aires. Buenos Aires: Editorial Monserrat, 1975. ($250-500) More>>

5. BATES, Ed[mund] F[rank]. History and Reminiscences of Denton County . Denton : McNitzky Printing Company, [1918]. ($250-500) More>>

6. BECKER, Robert H. Diseños of California Ranchos Maps of Thirty-Seven Land Grants [1822-1846] from the Records of the United States District Court, San Francisco. San Francisco: [Grabhorn Press for] The Book Club of California, 1964. ($250-500) More>>

7. BELL, James G. A Log of the Texas-California Cattle Trail, 1854.... Edited by J. Evetts Haley. [Austin], 1932. ($300-600) More>>

8. [BORDERLANDS] MEXICO.  COMISIÓN DE LA PESQUISIDORA DE LA FRONTERA DEL NOROESTE. Reports of the Committee of Investigation Sent in 1873 by the Mexican Government to the Frontier of Texas. Translated from the Official Edition Made in Mexico. New York: Baker & Goodwin, Printers, 1875. ($1,200-2,400) More>>

9. [BORDERLANDS].  MEXICO. SECRETARÍA DE RELACIONES EXTERIORES. Memoranda y notas relativas cambiadas entre el Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores y el Ministerio Plenipotenciario de los Estados-Unidos. Mexico: Imprenta del Gobierno, 1877. ($500-1,000) More>>

10. BRACKENRIDGE, H[enri] M[arie].Views of Louisiana; Together with a Journal of a Voyage up the Missouri River, in 1811. Pittsburgh:  Printed and Published by Cramer, Spear and Eichbaum, 1814. ($1,000-2,000) More>>

11. BRATT, John. Trails of Yesterday. Lincoln, Chicago, & Dallas: The University Publishing Company, 1921. ($200-400) More>>

12. BROOKS, Bryant B[utler]. Memoirs of Bryant B. Brooks, Cowboy, Trapper, Lumberman, Stockman, Oilman, Banker, and Governor of Wyoming. Glendale: [Privately printed for the author by] The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1939. ($150-300) More>>

13. BUEL, J[ames] W[illiam].  Life and Marvelous Adventures of Wild Bill, the Scout. Being a True and Exact History of All the Sanguinary Combats and Hair-Breadth Escapes of the Most Famous Scout and Spy America Ever Produced. By J. W. Buel, of the St. Louis Press.  Illustrated.  St. Louis: W. S. Bryan, Publisher, 1880. ($1,500-2,500) More>>

14. BUTCHER, S[olomon] D. Pioneer History of Custer County and Short Sketches of Early Days in Nebraska. Broken Bow, Nebraska: [Printed at Denver by Merchants Publishing Co.], 1901. ($600-1,200) More>>

15. [CAMEL EXPERIMENT]. UNITED STATES. SECRETARY OF WAR (Jefferson Davis).  Report of the Secretary of War...Respecting the Purchase of Camels for the Purpose of Military Transportation. Washington: A.O.P. Nicholson, Printer, 1857. ($150-300) More>>

16. CAMP, Charles L. Muggins the Cow Horse. [Denver: Welch-Haffner Printing Co., 1928].  ($150-300) More>>

17. CATLIN, George (illustrator).  Calendar for the year 1900, with color illustrations after Catlin:  The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York.  Richard A. McCurdy President Head Offices Nassau, Cedar & Liberty Streets, New York City. These illustrations are reproductions of a set of prints published in 1845, and designed by Catlin.  They represent the life and sports of the North American Indians, who even as late as 1845, roamed and hunted at will over the Great West of the United States of America.  The number of Indians remaining in the United States has greatly decreased since that time, and the plains over which they hunted are now the sites of prosperous cities and towns....  N.p., n.d. [Copyright, 1899]. ($250-500) More>>

18. CATLIN, George. North American Indians: Being Letters and Notes on Their Manners, Customs, and Conditions, Written during Eight Years’ Travel amongst the Wildest Tribes of Indians in North American, 1832-1839.... Edinburgh: John Grant, 1926. 2 vols. ($800-1,600) More>>

19. [CHORPENNING, JR., George]. A Brief History of the Mail Service, Settlement of the Country, and the Indian Depredations Committed upon the Mail Trains of George Chorpenning on the Several Routes between Salt Lake and California from May 1st, 1850, to July, 1860 [wrapper title]. N.p., n.d. [ca. 1871]. ($7,500-15,000) More>>

20. [CLARK, O. S.]. Clay Allison of the Washita, First a Cow Man and Then an Extinguisher of Bad Men: Recollections of Colorado, New Mexico, and the Texas Panhandle. Reminiscences of a ’79er. [Attica, Indiana, 1922]. ($600-1,200) More>>

21. CLARKE, A[sa] B[emet]. Travels in Mexico and California: Comprising a Journal of a Tour from Brazos Santiago , through Central Mexico , by Way of Monterey , Chihuahua , the Country of the Apaches, and the River Gila, to the Mining Districts of California. Boston: Wright & Hasty’s Steam Press, 1852. ($1,200-2,400) More>>

22. CLAY, John. My Life on the Range. Chicago: Privately printed, [1924]. ($200-400) More>>

23. CLYMAN, James. James Clyman, American Frontiersman, 1792-1881: The Adventures of a Trapper and Covered Wagon Emigrant As Told in His Own Reminiscences and Diaries. Edited by Charles L. Camp. San Francisco : California Historical Society, 1928. ($250-500) More>>

24. COAHUILA (State). COMISIÓN DE LÍMITES DE COAHUILA.  Documentos relativos a la linea divisoria y mapa que determinan los límites del Estado de Coahuila con el de Durango y Zacatecas.  Saltillo:  Imprenta del Gobierno, 1881. ($400-800) More>>

25. COBURN, Wallace D. Rhymes from a Round-Up Camp. Los Angeles : Gem Publishing Company, 1925. ($250-500) More>>

26. [CODY, WYOMING].  Birds-eye view of Cody, Wyo. Postcard with oval photographic bird’s-eye view of Cody from the northwest with mountains in distance.  Image area of photograph: 6.8 x 13 cm; entire card: 8.8 x 13.8 cm.  Verso undivided, with space for one cent stamp, and the printed words “Post Card.”  N.p., n.d. (ca. 1905).  ($100-200) More>>

27. [COX, James]. Historical and Biographical Record of the Cattle Industry and the Cattlemen of Texas and Adjacent Territory. St. Louis , Missouri : Woodward & Tiernan Printing Co., 1895. A very fine copy.   ($7,000-15,000) More>>

28. DAYTON, Edson C. Dakota Days May 1886-August 1898. [Clifton Springs, New York]: Privately printed [by Case, Lockwood & Brainard in Hartford, Connecticut], 1937. ($250-500) More>>

29. [DIRECTORY: COLORADO]. [WALLIHAN, S. S. & T. O. Bigney (editors)]. The Rocky Mountain Directory and Colorado Gazetteer, for 1871, Comprising a Brief History of Colorado, and a Condensed but Comprehensive Account of Her Mining, Agricultural, Commercial and Manufacturing Interests, Climatology, Inhabitants, Advantages and Industries, Together with a Complete and Accurate Directory of Denver, Golden City, Black Hawk, Central City, Nevada, Idaho, Georgetown, Boulder, Greeley, Colorado City, Pueblo, Trinidad, etc. First Year of Publication. Denver : S. S. Wallihan & Company, [ Chicago : Rounds & Kane, Printers, 1870]. ($500-1,000) More>>

30. [DIRECTORY: COLORADO: DENVER].  WHARTON, J[unius] E. & D. O. Wilhelm.   History of the City of Denver from its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, by J. E. Wharton; To Which is Added a Full and Complete Business Directory, of the City, by D. O. Wilhelm.  Denver: Byers & Dailey, Printers, News Office, 1866. ($2,000-4,000) More>>

31. [DIRECTORY: MONTANA]. [WARNER, Frank W. (compiler)].  Montana Territory. History and Business Directory 1879. ($2,500-5,000) More>>

32. [DIRECTORY: UTAH]. SLOAN, Edward L. (editor & compiler). Gazeteer [sic] of Utah , and Salt Lake City Directory...1874. Salt Lake City : " Salt Lake Herald" Publishing Company, 1874. ($1,000-2,000) More>>

33. [DIRECTORY: UTAH ]. SLOAN, Robert W. (editor). Utah Gazetteer and Directory of Logan , Ogden , Provo and Salt Lake Cities for 1884. Edited and Compiled by Robert W. Sloan. Containing a History of Utah , Her Resources, Attractions, Statistics, etc., with Business Directory of the Territory and General Directories of the Four Principal Cities. Salt Lake City : Printed for Sloan & Dunbar, by the Herald Printing & Publishing Company, 1884. ($750-$1,500) More>>

34. DRIGGS, B. W. History of Teton Valley , Idaho . Caldwell : Caxton Printers, 1926. ($150-300) More>>

35. EATON, Joseph Horace & Frederic Augustus Percy.  6 original watercolor sketches on paper. Subjects:  New Mexico, Arizona, and Texas.  N.p. [New Mexico, Arizona, and Texas], 1855. ($100,000-200,000) More>>

36. EDWARDS, J[ohn] B[each]. Early Days in Abilene ...Edited and Published by C. W. Wheeler, Printed in the “ Abilene Chronicle” 1896, Reprinted in the “ Abilene Daily Chronicle” 1938 with Added Material from the Papers of J. B. Edwards [caption title on first page]. N.p., n.d. [1938]. ($150-300) More>>

37. EDWARDS, Philip L[eget]. California in 1837. Diary of Col. Philip L. Edwards Containing an Account of a Trip to the Pacific Coast . Published in “Themis” by Authority of the Board of State Library Trustees of the State of California . Sacramento : A. J. Johnston & Co., Printers, 1890. ($300-600) More>>

38. ELWELL (or Ellwell), R[obert] Farrington (artist). Archive of five albums assembled by the artist documenting his career as a Western illustrator.  5 folio scrapbooks, boards with string ties, with artist’s printed illustrations mounted on covers. Paper browned and some chipping to mounting leaves (mostly separated from string ties), condition generally good.  One of the albums has the printed label of Elwell’s widow pasted to board.  Provenance:  Elwell’s estate. ($2,000-5,000) More>>

39. EMORY, W[illiam] H[emsley], [James William] Abert, [Philip St. George] Cooke & [A. R. Johnston]. Notes of a Military Reconnoissance [sic], from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to San Diego, in California, Including Part of the Arkansas, Del Norte, and Gila Rivers.... Washington: House Executive Document No. 41 [30th Congress, First Session] Wendell and Van Benthuysen, Printers, 1848. ($800-1,600) More>>

40. FARMER, E[lihu] J[erome].  The Resources of the Rocky Mountains, Being a Brief Description of the Mineral, Grazing, Agricultural and Timber Resources of Colorado, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana and Dakota... “Westward the Star of Empire Takes Its Way.” Cleveland:  Leader Printing Company, 1883. ($800-1,600) More>>

41. FREEMAN, G. D. Midnight and Noonday or, the Incidental History of Southern Kansas and the Indian Territory, Giving Twenty Years Experience on the Frontier; Also the Murder of Pat. Hennesey [sic], and the Hanging of Tom. Smith, at Ryland’s Ford, and Facts Concerning the Talbot Raid on Caldwell. Also the Death Dealing Career of McCarty and Incidents Happening in and around Caldwell, Kansas, from 1871 until 1890. Caldwell, Kansas: G. D. Freeman, 1892. ($100-300) More>>

42. GORDON, Samuel. Recollections of Old Milestown. Miles City, Montana: [Independent Printing Co.], 1918. ($1,500-3,000) More>>

43. GREEN, Ben K[ing]. Ben Green Tales. Flagstaff: Northland Press, 1974. ($250-500) More>>

44. GREEN, Ben K[ing]. The Last Trail Drive through Downtown Dallas. Flagstaff: Northland Press, [1971]. ($1,000-1,500) More>>

45. HALEY, J. Evetts. Charles Goodnight Cowman and Plainsman with Illustrations by Harold Bugbee. Boston, New York & Cambridge: Houghton Mifflin Company & the Riverside Press, 1936. ($400-800) More>>

46. HALEY, J. Evetts. Fort Concho and the Texas Frontier...Illustrated by H. D. Bugbee. San Angelo: San Angelo Standard-Times, 1952. ($400-800) More>>

47. HALEY, J. Evetts. The Heraldry of the Range Some Southwestern Brands...Illustrated by H. D. Bugbee.  Canyon, Texas: [Carl Hertzog for] Panhandle Plains Historical Society, 1949. ($250-500) More>>

48. HALEY, J. Evetts. The XIT Ranch of Texas and the Early Days of the Llano Estacado. Chicago: The Lakeside Press, 1929. ($300-600) More>>

49. HALEY, J. Evetts & Erwin E[vans] Smith. Life on the Texas Range: Photographs by Erwin E. Smith. Austin: University of Texas Press, [1952]. ($100-300) More>>

50. HALL, Edward H[epple]. The Great West: Emigrants', Settlers', & Travellers' Guide and Hand-Book to the States of California and Oregon, and the Territories of Nebraska, Utah, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, and Washington. With a Full and Accurate Account of their Climate, Soil, Resources, and Products, Accompanied by a MapShowing the Several Routes to the Gold Fields, and a Complete Table of Distances.  New York:  Published and for Sale at the Tribune Office, 1864. ($1,000-3,000) More>>

51. HARDIN, John Wesley. The Life of John Wesley Hardin, from the Original Manuscript, As Written by Himself. Seguin: Published by Smith & Moore, 1896. Both first and second issues. ($200-400) More>>

52. HARLOW, Neal. Maps and Surveys of the Pueblo Lands of Los Angeles. Los Angeles: [Printed by Grant Dahlstrom for] Dawson’s Book Shop, 1976. ($100-300) More>>

53. HARMAN, S[amuel] W. Hell on the Border; He Hanged Eighty-Eight Men. A History of the Great United States Criminal Court at Fort Smith, Arkansas, and of Crime and Criminals in the Indian Territory, and the Trial and Punishment Thereof before His Honor Judge Isaac C. Parker, “The Terror of Law-Breakers,” and by the Courts of Said Territory, Embracing the Leading Sentences and Charges to Grand and Petit Juries Delivered by the World Famous Jurist-His Acknowledged Masterpieces, Besides Much Other Legal Lore of Unknown Value to Attorneys, and of Interest to Readers in Every Walk of Life-A Book for the Millions-Illustrated with Over Fifty Fine Half Tones. Fort Smith, Arkansas: Phoenix Publishing Company, [1898]. ($1,000-2,000) More>>

54. [HARRINGTON, Charles E.]. Summering in Colorado. Denver: Richards & Co., Publishers, 1874. ($500-1,000) More>>

55. [HASTE, Richard A.]. Texas a World of Plenty. Chicago:  Rock Island System, Passenger Department, 1904. ($50-100) More>>

56. HASTINGS, Frank S. A Ranchman’s Recollections an Autobiography in Which Unfamiliar Facts Bearing upon the Origin of the Cattle Industry in the Southwest and of the American Packing Business Are Stated, and Characteristic Incidents Recorded. Chicago: Breeder’s Gazette, 1921. ($200-400) More>>

57. HELENA BOARD OF TRADE. Helena Illustrated, Capital of the State of Montana A History of the Early Settlement and the Helena of To-Day Showing the Resources of the City, Its Commercial Advantages, Manufactures and Wonderful Growth With Illustrations of Public Buildings, Prominent Business Blocks, Beautiful Homes, Portraits and Biographical Sketches of Leading Citizens Helena Montana March 1, 1890. Minneapolis: Frank L. Thresher, 1890. ($200-400) More>>

58. HELM, Mary S[herwood Wightman].  Scraps of Early Texas History, by Mrs. Mary S. Helm, Who, with Her First Husband, Elias R. Wightman, Founded the City of Matagorda, in 1828-9. Member of the Texas Veteran Association.  Austin:  Printed for the Author at the Office of B. R. Warner & Co., 1884. ($600-1,200) More>>

59. HISLOP, Herbert R. An Englishman’s Arizona The Ranching Letters of Herbert R. Hislop 1876-1878. Introduction by Bernard L. Fontana. Drawings by Hazel Fontana. Tucson: [Printed by Carl Hertzog for] the Overland Press, 1965. ($40-80) More>>

60. HOLLISTER, U[riah] S. The Navajo and His Blanket. Denver: Published by the author, 1903. ($300-600) More>>

61. HORGAN, Paul. Great River the Rio Grande in North American History. New York & Toronto: Rinehart, 1954. ($100-200) More>>

62. HORN, Tom. Life of Tom Horn Government Scout and Interpreter Written by Himself Together with his Letters and Statements by His Friends A Vindication.... Denver: Published (for John C. Coble) by The Louthan Book Company, [1904]. ($400-800) More>>

63. [HORN, TOM].  KRAKEL, Dean F. The Saga of Tom Horn the Story of a Cattlemen’s [sic] War with Personal Narratives, Newspaper Accounts and Official Documents and Testimonies Illustrated with the Pageant of Personalities. [Laramie: Powder River Publishers, 1954]. ($400-800) More>>

64. HUFFMAN, L[aton] A[lton].  “Cutting out a Steer” [untitled sepia tone collotype of a Black cowboy cutting out a steer]. N.p., n.d. [ca. 1900].  Printed signature “L. A. Huffman” at lower right in image.  17.8 x 30.6 cm.  Matted.  Fine condition. ($300-600) More>>

65. HUGHES, George W. Memoir Descriptive of the March of a Division of the United States Army, under the Command of Brigadier General John E. Wool, from San Antonio de Bexar, in Texas, to Saltillo, in Mexico...1846 [half title].[Washington, 1850]. ($1,000-2,000) More>>

66. [HUGHES, William Edgar]. The Journal of a Grandfather. [St. Louis: Privately printed, Nixon-Jones Printing Company, 1912].  ($600-1,200) More>>

67. [HUGHES, William George, et al.]. G. T. T. Gone to Texas Letters from Our Boys Edited by Thomas Hughes. London: Macmillan and Co., 1884. $100-200) More>>

68. ICAZA, Ernesto (artist). Ernesto Icaza (1866-1926). Texto por Xavier Moyssen. Mexico City: Augustin Cristobal Ruiz, 1984. ($200-400) More>>  

69. IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE, COTTON BELT ROUTE, TEXAS & PACIFIC R.R. & INTERNATIONAL & GREAT NORTHERN R.R. The Texarkana Gateway to Texas and the Southwest: Issued Jointly by the Iron Mountain Route , the Cotton Belt Route , the Texas & Pacific Railway, and the International & Great Northern Railroad. St. Louis: Woodward & Tiernan Printing Company, 1896. ($300-600) More>>

70. JAMES, Jason W. Two titles:  (1) Memorable Events in the Life of Captain Jason W. James. [Roswell, New Mexico?, 1911]. ($1,500-3,000) More>>

71. JAMES, Vinton Lee. Frontier and Pioneer Recollections of Early Days in San Antonio and West Texas. San Antonio: Published by the Author, Artes Graficas, 1938. ($250-500) More>>

72. JAMES, Will (pseudonym for Joseph Ernest Nephtali Dufault). Smoky the Cowhorse.  New York & London:  Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1926. ($2,000-3,000) More>>

73. JENKINS, A. O. Olive’s Last Round-Up. [Loup City, Nebraska]: Sherman County Times, n.d. [ca. 1930]. ($150-300) More>>

74. KELLY, Charles. The Outlaw Trail A History of Butch Cassidy and His Wild Bunch Hole-in-the-Wall Brown’s Hole Robber’s Roost. Salt Lake City: Published by the Author, 1938. ($250-500) More>>

75. LACY, Charles de Lacy. The History of the Spur. [London]: Published by The Connoisseur (Otto Limited) [colophon: Printed by Bemrose & Sons, Limited, London and Derby], n.d. [ca. 1905]. ($500-1,000) More>>

76. LANGFORD, Nathaniel Pitt. Vigilante Days and Ways the Pioneers of the Rockies the Makers and Making of Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming... With Portraits and Illustrations in Two Volumes. Boston: J. G. Cupples Co., Publishers, The Back Bay Bookstore, 1890. ($400-800) More>>

77. LANGWORTHY, Franklin. Scenery of the Plains, Mountains and Mines: Or a Diary Kept upon the Overland Route to California, by Way of the Great Salt Lake: Travels in the Cities, Mines, and Agricultural Districts-Embracing the Return by the Pacific Ocean and Central America, in the Years 1850, ’51, ’52 and ’53.  Ogdensburgh, New York: Published by J. C. Sprague, Book-Seller, Hitchcock & Tillotson, Printers, 1855. ($200-400) More>>

78. LARAMIE, HAHN’S PEAK & PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. Laramie, Hahns Peak and Pacific Railway System-The Direct Gateway to Southern Wyoming, Northern Colorado, and Eastern Utah-This Is an Official Publication Authorized by Action of the Board of Directors of the Company, that the Public May Have Authentic Information in Reference to the Corporation. [Colophon at end]: Boston: Tudor Press, Inc., n.d. (ca. 1912). ($1,000-2,000) More>>

79. [LAWRENCE, A. B. (attributed)]. Texas in 1840, or the Emigrant’s Guide to the New Republic; Being the Result of Observation, Enquiry and Travel in That Beautiful County. By an Emigrant, Late of the United States...With an Introduction by the Rev. A. B. Lawrence, of New Orleans. New York: Published by William W. Allen, and Sold by Robinson, Pratt & Co., 73 Wall Street, Collins, Keese & Co., 254 Pearl Street, and by the Booksellers Generally, 1840. ($750-1,500) More>>

80. LEA, Tom. The King Ranch. Kingsville: Printed for the King Ranch [by Carl Hertzog] 1957. Trial copy, inscribed as such by Carl Hertzog, variant trail mesquite endsheets in both maize and green, various pasteovers, notes, etc. 2 vols. ($1,500-3,000) More>>

81. LEA, Tom. Randado. [El Paso: Carl Hertzog, 1941]. ($2,000-4,000) More>>

82. LEIGH, William R. The Western Pony. New York: [A. Colish for] Huntington Press, [1933]. ($600-1,200) More>>

83. [MAP].  BONNEVILLE, Benjamin Louis Eulalie.  A Map of the Sources of the Colorado & Big Salt Lake, Platte, Yellow-Stone, Muscle-Shell, Missouri; & Salmon & Snake Rivers, Branches of the Columbia River. [lower right] Engd by S. Stiles. New York. [1837].  Lithograph map of the present-day conjunction of Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, and Utah. ($400-600) More>>

84. [MAP]. [BRADFORD, Thomas Gamaliel]. Texas [left margin outside neat line] 64.A. [Boston & New York, 1835]. Engraved map, original outline coloring of land grants. Neat line to neat line: 19.8 x 26.5 cm. ($1,000-2,000) More>>

85. [MAP]. BRADFORD, T[homas] G[amaliel]. Texas [below neat line] Entered According to Act of Congress, in the Year 1838, by T. G. Bradford, in the Clerks Office, of the District Court of Massachusetts. | Engraved by G. W. Boynton. [Boston, ca. 1839]. Engraved map with land grants in original pale shades of yellow, blue, pink, and green, borders unshaded, neat line to neat line:  36.3 x 28.4 cm. ($1,500-3,000) More>>

86. [MAP].  COLTON, J[oseph] H[utchins]. Nebraska and Kansas. [center, below border] Published by J. H. Colton  Co. No. 172 William St. New York. [left, below border] Entered According to Act of Congress in the Year 1854 by J. H. Colton & Co. In the Clerk’s Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York [right, below border] Printed by D. McLellan 26 Spruce St. N.Y. [inset map, lower left: untitled map of North America] [inset map, lower right]  Map of the Territory Acquired from Mexico by the Gadsden Treaty 1854.  New York:  Colton & Co., 1854. ($2,500-5,000) More>>

87. [MAP].  CRAM, G[eorge] F[ranklin]. Cram’s New County and Railroad Map of Texas and Indian Territory Showing Latest Government Surveys &c&c: Published by George F. Cram, Proprietor of the Western Map Depot. Geo. F. Cram, Lith: Chicago. 66 Lake, St: 1876. Chicago, Ills. Entered According to Act of Congress in the Year 1873, by G. F. Cram, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, D.C. [small inset ad at lower right] Agents wanted.... Chicago:  G. F. Cram, 1876. ($2,500-5,000) More>>

88. [MAP].  CRAM, George F[ranklin].  Cram’s Sectional Map of Dakota Drawn & Engraved from the Latest Government Surveys by George F. Cram Proprietor of the Western Map Depot. 262-264. Wabash Ave. Chicago, Ills. 1881 [ad at lower left]:  Agents Wanted, in Every State throughout the West to Sell Cram’s Great Reversible Map of the United States and World New and Ornamental State Maps, Religious and Political Charts, Lithograph Pictures, Steel Engravings, Photographs, &c. All Men out of Employment Will Find it to their Advantage to Send for My Circulars and See Inducements to Agents.  Address, George F. Cram, Proprietor of the Western Map and Picture Depot.... Chicago:  George F. Cram, 1881. ($1,000-2,000) More>>

89. [MAP]. EMORY, W[illiam] H. Map of Texas and the Country Adjacent: Compiled in the Bureau of the Corps of Topographical Engeneers [sic], from the Best Authorities. For the State Department, under the Direction of Colonel J. J. Abert Chief of the Corps; by W. H. Emory, 1st. Lieut. T. E. War Department 1844.[Washington, 1844]. ($4,000-8,000) More>>

90. [MAP]. FLEMMING, C[arl]. Mexico, Mittel-America, Texas. [below neat line]  Lithographie, Drunk u. Verlag von C. Flemming in Glogau. Glogau, n.d. [ca. 1851]. Lithographed map, original outline coloring in brown, yellow, pink, green, and orange; neat line to neat line:  32.5 x 41.8 cm; numbered key at left for over fifty mountains and volcanoes; color key for Mexican states, Central American states, and British Honduras; keyed dots of different sizes to indicate population; symbols for tribal lands, railroads, canals, roads, etc. ($150-300) More>>

91. [MAP].  GRAY, O[rmando] W[illis] & SON.  Gray’s Railroad Map of Texas, Specially Prepared from Official Sources, 1877-8. Copyright, 1877 by O. W. Gray & Son. [top left corner] Drawn, Engraved and Published by O. W. Gray & Son, Geographers; Manufacturers of Maps and Atlases, 10 North Fifth Street, Philadelphia [large inset map at lower right]  Outline Map of Texas Showing the Railroad Connections with New Orleans, St. Louis, Etc. Lithograph map with original full color, routes boldly colored in red, pink, yellow, and green; neat line to neat line: 68.2 x 41.5 cm [inset map:  neat line to neat line: 20.4 x 21.2 cm], color key of Completed Railroad Lines at lower left. Verso contains text with description of Texas and partial list of post offices and train stations. ($100-200) More>>

92. [MAP].  HARPER, Joseph H. & Malcolm L. MacDonald. Map of Mining Claims Butte & Vicinity Montana Compiled and Published by Harper & MacDonald Butte, Silver Bow County Montana 1905. Copyright 1901 by Harper & MacDonald [lower left inside neat line]:  The Forman-Bassett-Hatch Co. Cleveland O. [inset at lower left]:  List of Claims Too Small to Name on Map.   Cleveland, Ohio:  Harper & MacDonald, 1905. ($500-1,000) More>>

93. [MAP].  KING RANCH.  [LEA, Tom]. Map of Coastal Area between the Rio Grande and the Nueces Showing Early Spanish and Mexican Land Grants as of 1852 the Year Captain Richard King First Rode from Brownsville to Corpus Christi. N.p., n.d. [El Paso:  Carl Hertzog, ca. 1957]. ($250-500) More>>

94. [MAP].  MAXWELL LAND GRANT COMPANY. Sectional Map of Colfax and Mora Counties. New Mexico. Compiled from the Original Plats in the Surveyor General’s Office at Santa Fe, New Mexico, and from Private Surveys by the Maxwell Land Grant Company. 1889 [lower left inside neat line] Edward Rollandet, Draughtsman. Denver, Colo. Denver, 1889. ($150-300) More>>

95. [MAP].  MELISH, John (publisher). Map of the United States with the Contiguous British & Spanish Possessions Compiled from the Latest & Best Authorities by John Melish Engraved by J. Vallance & H. S. Tanner. Entered According to Act of Congress the 16th. day of June 1820. Published by John Melish Philadelphia [inset map lower right] West Indies [inset table lower center] Statistical Table of the Several Countries Exhibited on the Map [inset table lower left] General Statistical Table.  Philadelphia: John Melish, 1820. ($25,000-50,000) More>>

96. [MAP]. MITCHELL, S[amuel] Augustus. County Map of Texas. [below neat line, faintly printed] Entered According to Act of Congress in the Year 1860 by S. Augustus Mitchell in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the State for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania [inset map at lower left] Galveston Bay, and Vicinity]. Lithograph map, original full color, Texas outlined in bright rose; neat line to neat line: 27.3 x 34.3 cm; ornate floral and vine border. ($150-300) More>>

97. [MAP]. MORSE, Sidney E. & Samuel Breese. Texas [below neat line] Entered According to Act of Congress in the Year 1844 by Sidney E. Morse and Samuel Breese in the Clerks Office of the Southern District of New York. Cerograph map with original pale green overprinting; neat line to neat line:  37.8 x 30.6 cm. ($250-500) More>>

98. [MAP].  NELL, Louis.  Nell’s Topographical & Township Map of the State of Colorado Compiled from U.S. Government Surveys & Other Authentic Sources Washington D.C. 1883 Stone & Co. Agents. 372 Larimer Str. Denver. [below neat line at lower left] Am. Photo-Litho. Co. N.Y.  [below neat line at center] Entered According to Act of Congress in the Year 1881, by Louis Nell in the Office of Librarian of Congress at Washington D.C. Denver:  Stone & Co., 1883. ($2,000-4,000) More>>

99. [MAP] NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY. Folding colored brochure with text on recto and bird’s-eye view of Yellowstone National Park on verso:  [Text: titles on front and back panels] The Yellowstone National Park via Northern Pacific Railway. Northern Pacific, The Yellowstone Park. Puget Sound and Alaska. 15 panels with colored, pictorial title on lower two panels, 2 panels at upper left with colored map showing steamship routes to Alaska from Puget Sound, another panel at top with route of the Northern Pacific Railroad from Duluth and Minneapolis west to Tacoma, printed text, photographs; folds to 20.7 x 9.5 cm; [bird’s-eye view on verso]:  Yellowstone National Park. Northern Pacific Railroad. [below neat line at lower left] Copyrighted 1895, by Chas. S. Fee.  [lower right in image] Poole Bros. Engrs. Chicago. ($400-800) More>>

100. [MAP].  RAPKIN, J. Mexico, California and Texas. [below neat line] The Illustrations by H. Warren & Engraved by J. Rogers. | The London Printing and Publishing Company | The Map Drawn & Engraved by J. Rapkin. [3 views] (1) The Ruins at Uxmal, Yucatan (2) Mexican Peasantry (3) Gold Washing.  Steel-engraved map hand colored in wash and outline (with The Newly Discovered Districts shown in gold); neat line to neat line: 22.3 x 30.2 cm; image area including botanical border with cacti, agave, grapes, gourds, etc.: 25.6 x 33 cm.  London, ca. 1850. More>>

101. [MAP].  REES, James H. (land agent).  Map of the Counties of Cook and Dupage the East Part of Kane and Kendall the North Part of Will, State of Illinois, Compiled by James H. Rees, Land Agent Chicago, Ill. 1851. Entered According to Act of Congress in the Year 1851 by James H. Rees, in the Clerk’s Office of the District of Illinois. Engraved & Printed at Ferd. Mayer’s Lith. 93 William St. N.Y. [Published in Chicago and lithographed in New York], 1851. ($2,500-4,500) More>>

102. [MAP].  [SIGÜENZA Y GÓNGORA, Carlos de (after)].  Mapa de las Aguas que pr. el Circulo de 90. leguas vienen a la Laguna de Tesuco y la Ytención qe esta y la de Chalco tienen deliniado pr. D. Carlos Zaguen [i.e., Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora][above top neat line] |1945 |19a25 51 [to left of left neat line] |27930 [to right of right neat line] |2793o [below neat line]:  Montes de Oca Go en- Puebla C ct Yglcias [Calle de Iglesias]. N.p., n.d. [Puebla, 1831].  ($300-600) More>>

103. [MAP].  SMITH, J[ohn] Calvin & H[enry] S[chenck]. Tanner (after).  Neueste Eisenbahn-Kanal-U. Post-Karte für Reisende in den Vereinigten Staaten von Nord-Amerika Canada, Texas u. Californien. Nach J. Calvin Smith, H. S. Tanner u. andern Neuesten Quellen bearbeitet. Verlag der Buchner’schen Buchhandlung in Bamberg & Bayreuth. 1850. Stahlstich, Druck u. Illuminat d. Kunst-u. geogr. Anst. v. Serz & Cie. in Nürnberg [6 inset maps at right:  (i) Philadelphia, street plan; (ii) Eisenbahn-Route v. New York N. Philadelphia..., with vignettes of locomotive and steamship; (iii) Eisenbahn-Route v. Philadelphia N. Washington; (iv) Eisenbahn- und Kanal-Routen von Albany nach Buffalo; (v) Karte von Oregon und Neu-Californien, showing Western U.S.  20.7 x 16.6 cm; (vi) Plan von New-York, street plan.  At top. Nuremberg:  Anst. v. Serz, 1850. ($750-1,500) More>>

104. [MAP].  STRICKLAND, M[iles] (lithographer).  Map of the City of Corpus Christi with a Condensed Sketch of Its Environs. The Lots Numbered 1-to-12 in Each Block Are Designated as Seen in Block No. 1 Both on the Beach and Bluff Beginning at the S.E. Corner, Scale-360 Feet to One Inch  [above neat line at lower right] Lith. by M. Strickland, Galveston; [inset at top left: untitled view of the area around Corpus Christi]. Galveston, n.d. [after 1874, possibly 1875?]. ($1,000-2,000) More>>

105. [MAP].  TEXAS.  Lot of 45 maps, all depicting Texas, at least in part, mostly nineteenth and early twentieth century with approximately 10 twentieth-century facsimiles. ($1,000-2,000) More>>

106. [MAP].  UNION & CONFEDERATE ARMIES ATLAS MAPS OF TEXAS.  Lot of 2 maps from Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1891-1895. ($250-500) More>>

107. [MAP]. WILLIAMS, C. S. Map of Texas from the Most Recent Authorities. Philadelphia: Published by C. S. Williams N.E. corner of Market & 7th. Streets 1847 [lower center in image area] Entered, According to Act of Congress, in the Year 1845, by C. S. Williams, in the Clerk’s Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. [inset map at lower left]:  Texas North of Red River [lower right outside neat line] Plate 35. Lithograph map in original full hand color, neat line to neat line:  60.6 x 38 cm. ($300-600) More>>

108. [MAP]. WILLIAMS, C. S. Map of Texas from the Most Recent Authorities. Philadelphia: Published by C. S. Williams N.E. corner of Market & 7th. Streets 1848 [lower left in image area] Entered, According to Act of Congress, in the Year 1845, by C. S. Williams, in the Clerk’s Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. [inset map at lower left]:  Texas North of Red River [lower right outside neat line] Plate 35. Lithograph map in original full hand color, neat line to neat line:  60.6 x 38 cm. ($300-600) More>>

109. [MAP]. YOUNG, J[ames] H[amilton]. Map of the State of Texas from the Latest Authorities, by J. H. Young. Cowperthwait, DeSilver & Butler: Philadelphia. 1854. J. L. Hazzard sculp. [below neat line at left] Entered According to Act of Congress, in the Year 1850 by Thomas Copperthwait & Co., in the Clerk’s Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. [inset map at upper left] Northern Texas on the Same Scale as the Larger Map [inset at lower left] Map of the Vicinity of Galveston City [lower right] 25.  Lithograph map with ornate border in green, original full hand color, neat line to neat line:  32.8 x 40.2 cm. ($150-300) More>>

110. [MAP & GUIDE].  COLTON, J[oseph] H[utchins]. Colton’s Traveler and Tourist’s Guide-Book through the United States of America and the Canadas: Containing the Routes and Distances on the Great Lines of Travel by Railroads, Canals, Stage-Roads, and Steamboats; Together with a Description of the Several States, and of the Principal Cities, Towns, and Villages in Each.  Accompanied with a Large and Accurate Map.  New York:  Published by J. H. Colton, 1850. ($750-1,500) More>>

111. [MAP & GUIDE].  MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY (GENERAL PASSENGER DEPARTMENT).  Statistics and Information Concerning the State of Texas with Its Millions of Acres of Unoccupied Lands, for the Farmer and Stock Raiser, Unlimited Opportunities for the Merchant and Manufacturer, Great Inducements for the Investment of Capital, Health for the Invalid, Interesting Sights and Scenes for the Tourist and Pleasure Seeker, Broad Fields of Research for the Historian, Unsurpassed Hunting Grounds for the Sportsman, and Other Resources Waiting to be Unlocked by the Key of the Capital in the Hands of Labor and Industry. With Compliments of the General Passenger Department of the Missouri Pacific Railway Company. N.p., n.d. ($250-500) More>>

112. [MAP & GUIDE].  [ROESSLER, Anton R. (cartographer)]. HANFORD, Albert. Albert Hanford’s Texas State Register for 1876, and until July Fourth, The One Hundredth of the Independence of the United States. Galveston: Published by A. Hanford, 1876.  ($5,000-10,000) More>>

113. [MAP: TREATY MAP].  ROSA.  Mapa de los Estados Unidos Mejicanos arreglado a la distribución que en diversos decretos ha hecho del territorio el Congreso General Mejicano. Paris, 1837.  Publicado por Rosa. [inset map at lower left] Mapa de los caminos &c. de Vera Cruz y Alvarado a Méjico [above inset map] Tablas de las distancias]. Lithograph map with original outline coloring. Provenance:  The library of General Juan N. Méndez (1820-1894), who fought in most of Mexico’s late nineteenth-century wars, including both the U.S. and French invasions.  He twice served as governor of Puebla. Exceedingly rare. ($40,000-80,000)  More>>

114. [MAP: TREATY MAP].  TANNER, H[enry] S[chenck]. A Map of the United States of Mexico, as Organized and Defined by the Several Acts of the Congress of that Republic. Constructed from a Great Variety of Printed and Manuscript Documents by H. S. Tanner. Second edition, 1846. ($15,000-25,000) More>>

115. [MAP: TREATY MAP].   UNITED STATES.  SECRETARY OF INTERIOR (R. M. McClelland). Report of the Secretary of the Interior, in Compliance with a Resolution of the Senate, of January 22, Communicating a Report and Map of A. B. Gray, Relative to the Mexican Boundary.... [Washington]:  Senate Executive Document No. 55, 1855. ($400-800) More>>

116. MARRIOTT, Alice. Hell on Horses and Women. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, [1953]. ($25-50) More>>

117. MATTHEWS, Sallie [Ann] Reynolds. Interwoven, a Pioneer Chronicle. Houston : Anson Jones Press, 1936. ($1,000-2,000) More>>

118. MAYFIELD, Eugene O. Fairy Tales of the Western Range and Other Tales. Lincoln: Jacob North & Co., [1902]. ($50-100) More>>

119. MAZARREDO [Y] SALAZAR [MUÑATONES Y GORTÁZAR], José de. Instrucciones y señales para el regimen y maniobras de escuadra. Dispuestas por el Excelentísmo Señor D. Joseph de Mazarredo Salazar. Adaptado para el úso de las Academias Naúticas de la República de México, segun lo Ordenado por su primer Presidente D. Guadalupe Victoria....Mexico,  1825. ($400-800) More>>

120. McCALLA, W. L. Adventures in Texas, Chiefly in the Spring and Summer of 1840; with a Discussion of Comparative Character, Political, Religious and Moral; Accompanied by an Appendix, Containing an Humble Attempt to Aid in Establishing and Conducting Literary and Ecclesiastical Institutions with Consistency and Prosperity, upon the Good Old Foundation of the Favour of God our Saviour. Philadelphia: Printed for the Author, 1841. ($2,000-3,000) More>>

121. McCAULEY, James Emmit. A Stove-Up Cowboy’s Story...Introduction by John A. Lomax. Drawings by Tom Lea. Austin & Dallas: [Carl Hertzog for] Texas Folklore Society & University Press, 1943. ($150-300) More>>

122. McCONNELL, H. H. Five Years a Cavalryman; or, Sketches of Regular Army Life on the Texas Frontier, Twenty Odd Years Ago. Jacksboro, Texas: J. N. Rogers & Company, 1889. ($200-400) More>>

123. McLOUGHLIN BROS.  The Wild West Game. New York:  McLoughlin Bros., Copyright 1896.  Board game consisting of two vivid chromolithograph prints with silver and gold highlights on original stiff boards, each approximately 49.7 x 49.7 cm. ($1,000-2,000) More>>

124. McMURTRY, Larry. Cantrell. Screenplay. Universal City: Marstar Productions, 1984. (No reserve) More>>

125. MEDINA, Balthasar de.  Chronica de la Santa Provincia de San Diego de Mexico, de Religiosos Descalços de N.S.P.S. Francisco en la Nueva-España. Vidas de Ilustres, y Venerables Varones, que la han edificado con excelentes virtudes....  Mexico:  Por Juan de Ribera, Impressor, y Mercader de Libros en el Empedradillo, 1682. ($750-1,500) More>>

126. MEDINA, Balthasar de.  [MAP]. YSARTI, Antonio. [Below neat line along top] Nova Delineatio Srictissime. S. Didaci Provinciæ In Nova Hispania [in cartouche]  Provincia D. S. Diego de Mexico en la nueba España tiene 14 cõventos y desde el d Oaxaca que esta en 17 gras del le sueste Hasta el de Aguas calientes, que esta en 22 al Norueste, ay de distancia 160 leguas Por el Oriente cõfina con el Obispado de la Puebla y Oaxaca, por el poniente cõ el Obispado de Michoacan y Guadalaxara. Por Norte y Sur con el Arzobispado De Mexico. [along lower neat line] Autor inuenit Antonius Ysartii Escud, Mexici. Mexico, 1682 [restrike, New York, 1990]. ($600-1,200) More>>

127. MERCER, A[sa] S[hinn]. The Banditti of the Plains; or, The Cattleman’s Invasion of Wyoming in 1892—[“The Crowning Infamy of the Ages”].  N.p. [Cheyenne or Denver: Privately published, 1894]. ($2,500-4,500) More>>

128. MERCHANTS’ ASSOCIATION OF NEW YORK. The Natural Resources and Economic Conditions of Texas: Report of an Examination Made by a Special Committee of the Merchants’ Association of New York, by Invitation of the Governor and Legislature of Texas. [New York: Merchant’s Association], 1901. ($50-100) More>>

129. [MEXICAN-AMERICAN WAR].  BAILLIE, James.  Genl. Scott's Grand Entry into the City of Mexico, Sept. 14th., 1847. Published by James Baillie, 87th. St. near 3rd. Avenue, New York.  [above neat line at top] 200 [below neat line]  Entered According  to Act of Congress, in the Year 1848, by J. Baillie, in the Clerk’s Office of the Distt Court of the South. Distt of N.Y.  Hand colored lithograph, neat line to neat line: 20.2 x 31 cm. ($100-300) More>>

130. [MEXICAN-AMERICAN WAR].  CURRIER, N[athaniel]. Col. Harney at the Dragoon Fight at Medelin, near Vera Cruz, March 25th., 1847. 456. [below neat line]  Lith. & Pub. by N. Currier | Entered According to Act of Congress in the Year 1847 by N. Currier, in the Clerk’s Office of the District Court of the Southern District of N.Y. | 152 Nassau St. cor. of Spruce N.Y. Hand colored lithograph, neat line to neat line: 21.5 x 32 cm. ($100-300) More>>

131. [MEXICAN-AMERICAN WAR].  KELLOGGS & THAYER.  Storming of Monterey.-Attack on the Bishop’s Palace. Entered According  to Act of Congress, in the Year 1847, by Kelloggs & Thayer, in the Clerk’s Office of the District Court of the Southern District of N.Y. [below neat line] Kelloggs & Thayer, 144 Fulton St. N.Y. | E. B. & E. C. Kellogg, 136 Main St. Hartford, Conn. | D. Needham, 223 Main St. Buffalo. Hand colored lithograph, neat line to neat line:  20.3 x 32 cm. More>>

132. [MEXICAN-AMERICAN WAR].  MARIN, Juan de.  El 20 de agosto de 1847.  “Churubusco.” Glorioso recuerdo histórico por el Capitan 1o. de Caballería Juan de Marin.  Mexico:  Imprenta de Guillermo Veraza, 1887. ($200-400) More>>

133. [MEXICAN-AMERICAN WAR].  PRESTON, William. Journal in Mexico, by William Preston of the Fourth Kentucky Regiment of Volunteers, Dating from November 1, 1847 to May 25, 1848. N.p. [Paris]:  Privately printed [designed by Jack Kahane and printed by Lecram-Servant, Master Printer], n.d. [1929 or after]. ($1,000-2,000) More>>

134. [MEXICAN COOKBOOK].  BLANQUEL, Simon.   El Mejor libro de cocina, ó escelente coleccion, de las mejores recetas, para que al menor costo posible y con la mayor comodidad, pueda guisarse á la epañola, francesa, italiana é inglesa, sin omitirse cosa alguna de lo hasta aquí publicado para sazonar al estilo de México....segunda edición notablemente aumentada.... Mexico:  Imprenta de Manuel Castro, 1864. ($400-800) More>>

135. MEXICO (Provisional Government). LAWS (October 10, 1821). ($200-400) More>>

136. MEXICO (Regency). LAWS (November 18, 1821).  [Decree transmitted by Minister of Justice José Domínguez announcing rules to the Mexican states and territories for upcoming elections to the next Congress, commencing at top]:  Don Ramon Gutierrez del Mazo, Intendente de esta capital y su Provincia, y Gefe Político de ella, &c....ha prescripto ya la reglas y método de las elecciones....  [Dated and signed in print at end]:  Dado en México à 25 de Noviembre de 1821. Ramon Gutierrez del Mazo, Por mandado de S.S.  4 sheets on sealed paper conjoined to form a double folio bando (82.7 x 59 cm). ($500-1,000)  More>>

137. MILLER, Mrs. S[ylvanus] G[erard Susan]. Sixty Years in the Nueces Valley 1870-1930...”In Books Lies the Soul of the Whole Past Time.” San Antonio: Naylor Printing Company, [1930]. ($200-400) More>>

138. MOLINA CAMPOS, Florencio. 5 calendars with vivid chromolithograph illustrations by Molina Campos, each with headline: Alpargatas. Buenos Aires: Sociedad Anónima Fábrica Argentina de Alpargatas, 1940-1944. ($250-500) More>>

139. MORAN, Thomas (after). The Transept, Kaibab Division, Grand Cañon An Amphitheater of the Second Order. [below neat line]:  Julius Bien & Co. Lith. [upper left above neat line]:  United States Geological Survey [upper right above neat line]:  The Grand Cañon District. Atlas Sheet XVIII.  [New York, 1882].  Lithograph on tinted ground.  Neat line to neat line:  45.6 x 72.5 cm. ($900-1,800) More>>

140. MULLAN, John. Miners and Travelers’ Guide to Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado. Via the Missouri and Columbia Rivers. Accompanied by a General Map of the Mineral Region of the Northern Sections of the Rocky Mountains. New York: Wm. M. Franklin, 1865. ($1,000-2,000) More>>

141. MULLAN, John.  Report on the Construction of a Military Road from Fort Walla-Walla to Fort Benton. Washington:  Government Printing Office, 1863. ($800-1,600) More>>

142. MUMEY, Nolie. Calamity Jane 1852-1903 A History of Her Life and Adventures in the West. Denver: Range Press, 1950. ($100-300) More>>

143. MUMEY, Nolie. The Teton Mountains Their History and Tradition with an Account of the Early Fur Trade, Trappers, Missionaries, Mountain Men and Explorers Who Blazed the Trails around the Inspiring Peaks. Denver: The Artcraft Press, 1947. ($150-300) More>>

144. MYRICK, Herbert. Cache la Poudre: The Romance of a Tenderfoot in the Days of Custer. New York & Chicago: Orange Judd Company; London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, 1905. ($250-500) More>>

145. NICOLI, José Patricio.  El Estado de Sonora.  Yaquis y Mayos estudio histórico....segunda edición.  Mexico: Imprenta de Francisco Diaz de Leon, 1885. ($300-600) More>>

146. O’BEIRNE, H[arry] F. Leaders and Leading Men of the Indian Territory. With Interesting Biographical Sketches. I. Choctaws and Chickasaws: With a Brief History of Each Tribe: Its Laws, Customs, Superstitions and Religious Beliefs. Profusely Illustrated with Over Two Hundred Portraits and Full-Page Engravings [all published]. Chicago:  American Publishers’ Association, 1891. ($200-400) More>>

147. [PILGRIM, Thomas]. Live Boys in the Black Hills or the Young Texan Gold Hunters a Narrative in Charley’s Own Language, Describing Their Adventures during a Second Trip over the Great Texas Cattle Trail, Their Fortune as Gold Hunters, Their Life among the Miners, and Their Experiences with the Indians, Cut Short by Charley’s Sudden and Unaccountable Disappearance in the Night during a Snow-Storm Given in Letters to Arthur Morecamp [pseudonym] Author of “Live Boys in Texas.” Boston: Lee and Shepard, Publishers; New York: Charles T. Dillingham, 1880. ($200-400) More>>

148. [PUNITIVE EXPEDITION].  AMERICAN RED CROSS.  Broadside commencing:  American Red Cross [red cross] Directions for Shipping Supplies to Troops on Mexican Border... [signed in print at end]: Arthur Murray, Major General, U.S. Army (Ret.), Acting Chairman. Washington, D.C.:  Press of Gibson Bros., n.d. [1916]. ($250-500) More>>

149. R[ANDALL], I[sabelle]. A Lady’s Ranche Life in Montana. London: W. H. Allen & Company, 1887. ($100-200) More>>

150. RANKIN, M. Wilson. Reminiscences of Frontier Days Including an Authentic Account of the Thornburg and Meeker Massacre. By M. Wilson Rankin (From His Private Diary) This narrative is Respectfully Dedicated to the Pioneers of Northwestern Colorado and of the Snake River Valley in Southwestern Wyoming.  Denver:  Photo-Lithographed by Smith-Brooks, [1938]. ($150-300) More>>  

151. RICHARDSON, Rupert Norval. The Comanche Barrier to South Plains Settlement a Century and a Half of Savage Resistance to the Advancing White Frontier. Glendale: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1933. ($200-400) More>>

152. RICHARDSON, Rupert Norval. The Comanche Barrier to South Plains Settlement. Edited by Kenneth R. Jacobs with a New Introduction by A. C. Greene. Abilene: [Designed and printed by W. Thomas Taylor for] Hardin-Simmons University, 1991. ($100-200) More>>

153. RICHTHOFEN, Walter Baron von. Cattle-Raising on the Plains of North America. New York: Appleton and Company, 1885. ($300-600) More>>

154. RICKETTS, W[illiam] P[endleton]. Fifty Years in the Saddle. Sheridan: Star Publishing Company, 1942. ($300-600) More>>

155. RIDINGS, Sam P. The Chisholm Trail a History of the World’s Greatest Cattle Trail together with a Description of the Persons, a Narrative of the Events, and Reminiscences Associated with the Same. Guthrie, Oklahoma: Co-Operative Publishing Company, [1936]. ($150-300) More>>

156. RIO GRANDE WESTERN RAILWAY. A Few Facts about the Climate and Resources of the New State of Utah Which Will Interest the Farmer, Fruit-Grower, Stockman, and Others. Salt Lake City: Passenger Department of the Rio Grande Western Railway, 1896 ($200-400) More>>

157. ROFF, Joe T. A Brief History of Early Days in North Texas and the Indian Territory . [Imprint after Adams : Allen , Oklahoma : Pontotoc County Democrat], 1930. ($250-500) More>>

158. RUCKER, Lucy. A Brief Sketch of the Life of the Rev. L[indsey] P[owell] Rucker, with Detailed Account of His Thrilling Adventure among the Indians, in the Year 1854.  By His Daughter, Lucy Rucker [wrapper title]. N.p., n.d. [Brenham?, ca. 1920?]. ($200-400) More>>

159. RUSSELL, Charles M[arion]. Good Medicine: The Illustrated Letters of Charles M. Russell. With an Introduction by Will Rogers and a Biographical Note by Nancy C. Russell. Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1930. ($250-500) More>>

160. RUSSELL, Cha[rle]s M[arion].  Pen Sketches By Chas. M. Russell The Cowboy Artist Published by W. T. Ridgley Printing Company Great Falls, Mont. [cover title in gilt, no printed title, as issued].  Great Falls: Ridgley, n.d. [1899?]. ($300-600) More>>

161. RUSSELL, Charles M[arion] (illustrator).  MONTANA STOCKGROWERS ASSOCIATION. Fortieth Annual Convention of the Montana  Stockgrowers Association Held at Great Falls, Montana, April 7 and 8, 1925... [title on last page]. [Imprint below title on lower wrapper]: Tribune Printing and Supply Co., n.d. ($150-300) More>>

162. RUSSELL, Charles M[arion] (illustrator).  Lot of 5 black and white postcards on clay-coated paper, each 8.6 x 14 cm, with imprint:  Glacier Stationery Company 6 Great Falls, Montana. ($10-30) More>>

163. RYE, Edgar. The Quirt and the Spur Vanishing Shadows of the Texas Frontier. Chicago: W. B. Conkey Company Publishers, [1909]. ($200-400) More>>

164. SANTLEBEN, August. A Texas Pioneer Early Staging and Overland Freighting Days on the Frontiers of Texas and Mexico. New York & Washington: Neale Publishing Company, 1910. ($200-400) More>>

165. SHINN, Jonathan. The Memoirs of Capt. Jonathan Shinn. Greeley, Colorado: Weld County Democrat, 1890. ($1,000-2,000) More>>

166. SHIPMAN, Mrs. O. L. [Alice Jack Dolan]. Taming the Big Bend a History of the Extreme Western Portion of Texas from Fort Clark to El Paso. [Marfa: Published by author, 1926]. ($250-500) More>>

167. [SHIPMAN, Alice Jack Dolan (editor)]. Voice of the Mexican Border. Marfa, 1933-1938.9 issues: September 1933, October 1933, November 1933, December 1933, January 1934, February/March 1934, April/May 1934, 1938 annual issue, 1936 Centennial Issue. ($250-500) More>>

168. [SHIPMAN, Mrs. O. L. (Alice Jack Dolan)]. DAVIS MOUNTAIN FEDERATION OF WOMEN’S CLUBS. The Big Bend of Texas [wrapper title]. [ Brooklyn : Albertype, ca. 1928]. Descriptive text and excellent photogravures. ($300-600) More>>

169. SIRINGO, Cha[rle]s A[ngelo]. History of “Billy the Kid.” The True Life of the Most Daring Young Outlaw of the Age. He Was the Leading Spirit in the Bloody Lincoln County, New Mexico, War. When a Bullet from Sheriff Pat Garett’s [sic] Pistol Pierced his Breast He Was Only Twenty-One Years of Age, and Had Killed Twenty-One Men, Not Counting Indians. His Six Years of Daring Outlawry Has Never Been Equalled in the Annals of Criminal History. [Santa Fe: Published by the Author, 1920]. ($750-1,500) More>>

170. SIRINGO, Charles A. Riata and Spurs: The Story of a Lifetime Spent in the Saddle as Cowboy and Detective. With an Introduction by Gifford Pinchot. Boston, New York & Cambridge: Houghton Mifflin & Riverside Press, 1927. ($200-400) More>>

171. SMALL, Floyd B. Autobiography of a Pioneer. Being an Account of the Personal Experiences of the Author from 1867 to 1916. Seattle : F. B. Small, 1916. ($400-800) More>>

172. SMITHWICK, Noah. The Evolution of a State or Recollections of Old Texas Days. Austin: Gammel Book Company, [1900]. ($250-500) More>>

173. SMYTHE, H[enry]. Historical Sketch of Parker County and Weatherford, Texas. St. Louis: Louis C. Lavat, Book and Job Printers, 1877. ($1,000-3,000) More>>

174. SNELL, Joseph W. Painted Ladies of the Cowtown Frontier. Kansas City: Kansas City Posse of the Westerners, 1965. ($150-300) More>>

175. SOWELL, A[ndrew] J[ackson].  Rangers and Pioneers of Texas. With a Concise Account of the Early Settlements, Hardships, Massacres, Battles, and Wars, by which Texas was Rescued from the Rule of the Savage and Consecrated to the Empire of Civilization.  San Antonio:  Shepard Bros. & Co., Printers and Publishers, 1884. ($1,000-2,000) More>>

176. SPEARS, John R. Illustrated Sketches of Death Valley and Other Borax Deserts of the Pacific Coast. Chicago & New York: Rand, McNally & Company, Publishers, 1892. ($150-300) More>>

177. SPIKES, Nellie Witt. The Early Days on the South Plains [wrapper title].N.p., [1937]. ($150-300) More>>

178. SPRING, Agnes W[right]. The Cheyenne and Black Hills Stage and Express Routes. Glendale: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1949. ($100-200) More>>

179. SPRING, Agnes Wright. The Cheyenne Club Mecca of the Aristocrats of the Old-Time Cattle Range [wrapper title]. Kansas City:  Don Ornduff, 1961. ($100-300) More>>

180. STANLEY, Clark. The Life and Adventures of the American Cow-Boy. Life in the Far West by Clark Stanley, Better Known as the Rattle-Snake King. [ Providence ?]: Published by Clark Stanley, 1897. ($250-500) More>>

181. STANSBERY, Lon R.[No title page, as issued] The Passing of 3D Ranch [cover title] Preface... Lon R. Stansbery [first leaf, recto] The Passing of Oklahoma’s “3-D” Ranch. This 60,000-Acre Tract in the Southwest Corner of the Osage, Near Tulsa, Had Wonderful Prairies, Magnificent Hills and Creeks of Cool, Sparkling Waters Filled with Perch, Crappie and Black Bass. Chapter I... [page 1].  N.p., n.d. [verso of last leaf:  Printed by Geo. W. Henry Printing Company Tulsa, Oklahoma, ca. 1930]. ($150-300) More>>

182. STEEDMAN, Charles J. Bucking the Sagebrush or the Oregon Trail in the Seventies...Illustrated by Charles M. Russell. New York & London: G. P. Putnam’s Sons & The Knickerbocker Press, 1904. ($300-600) More>>

183. STERNE, J. J.  Let ‘Er Buck [lower border] Texas Cattle Brands - Adorning Garrison Hall - University of Texas.  [San Antonio, ca. 1928]. Silk rodeo handkerchief with colored illustration of a cowboy on the hurricane deck of a bucking bronco, in oval on a green field with a white border of 32 numbered Texas cattle brands. ($150-300) More>>

184. STRAHORN, Carrie Adell [Green]. Fifteen Thousand Miles by Stage A Woman’s Unique Experience during Thirty Years of Path Finding and Pioneering from the Missouri to the Pacific and from Alaska to Mexico. New York & London: G. P. Putnam’s Sons & Knickerbocker Press, 1911. ($300-600) More>>

185. STRAHORN, Robert E[dmund]. The Hand-Book of Wyoming and Guide to the Black Hills and Big Horn Regions for Citizen, Emigrant, and Tourist. Cheyenne [ Chicago : Knight & Leonard], 1877. ($500-1,000) More>>

186. STRAHORN, Robert E[dmund]. The Resources and Attractions of Idaho Territory . Facts Regarding Climate, Soil, Minerals, Agricultural and Grazing Lands, Forests, Scenery, Game and Fish, and Reliable Information on Other Topics Applicable to the Wants of the Homeseeker, Capitalist and Tourist. Published and Circulated by Direction of the Idaho Legislature Special Act of the 11th Session.  Boise City : Idaho Legislature, 1881. ($400-800) More>>

187. STRAHORN, Robert E[dmund]. The Resources of Montana Territory and Attractions of Yellowstone National Park . Facts and Experience on the Farming, Stock Raising, Mining, Lumbering, and Other Industries of Montana, and Notes on the Climate, Scenery, Game, Fish, and Mineral Springs, With Full and Reliable Data on Routes, Distances, Rates of Fare, Expenses of Living, Wages, School and Church Privileges, Society, Means of Acquiring Homes, and Other Valuable and Reliable Information Applicable to the Wants of the Capitalist, Homeseeker, or Tourist...Published and Circulated by Direction of the Montana Legislature, Special Act of the Eleventh Session. Helena [ Omaha ?]: Montana Legislature, 1879. ($500-1,000) More>>

188. STRAHORN, Robert E[dmund]. Montana and Yellowstone National Park . Facts and Experiences on the Farming, Stock Raising, Mining, Lumbering, and Other Industries of Montana, and Notes on the Climate, Scenery, Game, Fish and Mineral Springs, With Full and Reliable Data on Routes, Distances, Rates of Fare, Expenses of Living, Wages, School and Church Privileges, Society, Means of Acquiring Homes, and Other Valuable and Reliable Information, Applicable to the Wants of the Capitalist, Homeseeker, or Tourist. Kansas City: Ramsey, Millet & Hudson, 1881. ($500-1,000) More>>

189. STRAHORN, Robert E[dmund]. To the Rockies and Beyond, Or, A Summer on the Union Pacific Railway and Branches. Saunterings in the Popular Health, Pleasure, and Hunting Resorts of Nebraska, Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Montana, and Idaho, with Descriptions of the Black Hills, Big Horn, and San Juan Regions, and Special Articles on Stock Raising, Farming, Mining, Lumbering, and Kindred Industries of the Trans-Missouri Region. By Robert E. Strahorn (“Alter Ego”) of the Western Press. [ Omaha ]: Omaha Republican Print, 1878. ($100-200) More>>

190. STREETER, Floyd Benjamin. Prairie Trails & Cow Towns...With Illustrations from Old Prints. Boston : Chapman & Grimes, Mountain Vernon Press, [1936]. ($300-600) More>>

191. STUART, Granville. Forty Years on the Frontier as Seen in the Journals and Reminiscences of Granville Stuart Gold-Miner, Trader, Merchant, Rancher, and Politician Edited by Paul C. Philips. Cleveland: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1925. ($400-800) More>>

192. TALLENT, Annie D[onna]. The Black Hills ; or, The Last Hunting Ground of the Dakotahs. A Complete History of the Black Hills of Dakota From Their First Invasion in 1874 to the Present Time, Comprising a Comprehensive Account of How They Lost Them; of Numerous Adventures of the Early Settlers; Their Heroic Struggles for Supremacy Against the Hostile Dakotah Tribes, and Their Final Victory; the Opening of the Country to White Settlement, and Its Subsequent Development.  St. Louis : Nixon-Jones Printing Co., 1899. ($150-300) More>>

193. TERRELL, A. W. Speech of Hon. A. W. Terrell, Delivered in the Senate of Texas , January 21, 1884 , on Senate Bill No. 2, Entitled “An Act to Regulate the Grazing of Stock in Texas , and to Prescribe and Provide Penalties for its Violation.” Reported by Thos. H. Wheless. Austin : E. W. Swindells, State Printer, 1884. ($200-400) More>>

194. [TEXAS ALMANACS].  Collection of 14 Texas almanacs, 1856-1882. ($1,500-3,000) More>>

195. [TEXAS LITHOGRAPHS].  IRIARTE, Hesiquio (lithographer).  Two early Mexican lithographs showing towns in Texas. Mexico, 1845. ($200-400) More>>

196. TEXIAN CAMPAIGNE CHINA. The collection contains 50 pieces of Staffordshire china in a variety of colors.  Produced in England between 1846–1852. The Texian Campaigne china was produced in the Tunstall area of England between 1846—1852.  The series depicts six romanticized views of the United States’ victory in the Mexican-American War. ($35,000-$65,000) More>>

197. THOMPSON, Albert W. The Story of Early Clayton, New Mexico [wrapper title]. [Clayton: Clayton News, 1933]. ($400-800) More>>

198. THORP, N[athan] Howard (“Jack”). Songs of the Cowboys. Estancia, New Mexico: News Print Shop, [1908]. ($1,200-2,400) More>>

199. TITTSWORTH, W. G. Outskirt Episodes. [Avoca, Iowa:  Jean Tittsworth (Des Moines: Success Composition & Printing Co.), 1927]. ($250-500) More>>

200. TLAXCALA (Mexican State).  GOVERNOR (Antonio Rodríquez Bocardo).  [Declaration by Governor Antonio Rodríquez Bocardo, declaring Maximilian’s empire illegitimate and stating that Tlaxcala will adher to Benito Juárez’s government], commencing Acta levantada en la villa de los libres por el ciudadano general Antoinio Rodríguez Bocardo y la brigada de su mando, declarándose en contra del imperio...  Huamantla: Imp. del Gobierno á cargo de F. F. de Lara, October 2, 1866. ($150-300) More>>

201. [TRADE CATALOGUE]. KANSAS CITY SADDLERY COMPANY. Illustrated and Descriptive Catalogue No. 125. Kansas City Saddlery Company, Inc., Kansas City, Missouri. Wholesale Manufacturers Harness, Collars, Strap Work, Riding Saddles, Etc.... Kansas City, Missouri: [Caton Printing Company], n.d. [ca. early 1900s?]. ($150-300) More>>

202. [TRADE CATALOGUE]. LABADIE, Julio. 1885 Precios corrientes de instrumentos de cirugía medicina e higiene de la drogueria de la profesa de Julio Labadie Calle de la profesa Número 5 Frente al Hotel Nacional México unica sucursal de toda la República de la afamada fábrica Mathieu 113 Boulevard St. Germain, Paris. Este catálogo anula al anterior [wrapper title]. Mexico: Imprenta de Francisco Díaz de León, 1885. ($200-400) More>>

203. [TRADE CATALOGUE].  WILSON, J[AMES] H[UNTER]. SADDLERY COMPANY. Illustrated Saddle Catalogue No. 16. With Description and Prices of Riding Goods Only. Denver: J. H. Wilson Saddlery Company, n.d. [ca. 1906-1918]. ($300-600) More>>

204. TRENHOLM, Virginia Cole. Footprints on the Frontier Saga of the La Ramie Region of Wyoming. [title verso:  Printed by Douglas Enterprise Co., Douglas, Wyoming, copyright 1945]. ($200-400) More>>

205. TRIGGS, J. H. History and Directory of Laramie City, Wyoming Territory, Comprising a Brief History of Laramie City from Its First Settlement to the Present Time, Together with Sketches of the Characteristics and Resources of the Surrounding Country; Including a Minute Description of a Portion of the Mining Region of the Black Hills. Also a General and Business Directory of Laramie City .  Laramie City: Daily Sentinel Print, 1875. ($2,500-5,000) More>>

206. TRIGGS, J. H. History of Cheyenne and Northern Wyoming Embracing the Gold Fields of the Black Hills, Powder River and Big Horn Countries, the Wonderful Coal Beds and Mountains of Iron, as Well as Other Mineral Resources, Together with the Agricultural and Grazing Interests, Climate, Health, Scenery, the Great Yellow Stone National Park, Indian Question, &c., &c., Accompanied by a New and Correct Map of Wyoming and Its Boundaries. Omaha: Herald Steam Book and Job Printing House, 1876. ($2,500-5,000) More>>

207. TURNER, Mary Honeyman Ten Eyck (Mrs. Avery Turner). Into the West. Amarillo , 1938. ($350-700) More>>

208. TURNER, Mary Honeyman Ten Eyck (Mrs. Avery Turner). These High Plains. Amarillo , 1941. ($300-600) More>>

209. TWITCHELL, Ralph Emerson. The Leading Facts of New Mexican History. Cedar Rapids, Iowa: The Torch Press, 1911-1917. ($500-1,000) More>>

210. UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Guide to the Union Pacific Railroad Lands 12,000,000 Acres 3,000,000 Acres in Central and Eastern Nebraska Now for Sale . Omaha, Nebraska: Published by the Union Pacific Railroad Company, European Offices of the Company, 22, Moorgate Street, London, E.C. W. C. Thompson, General Agent for Europe. Union Pacific Railroad Company, J. W. Middleton, Printer, Chicago [wrapper title and imprint].  N.p., n.d. [1875 or after]. ($300-600) More>>

211. UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. The Resources and Attractions of Washington Territory , for the Home Seeker, Capitalist, and Tourist. Facts on Climate, Soil, Farming, Stock-Raising, Dairying, Fruit-Growing, Lumbering, Mining, Scenery, Game, and Fish. With the Compliments of the Passenger Department of the Union Pacific Railway. Omaha , 1888. ($200-400) More>>

212. UNITED STATES. ARMY. MILITARY DIVISION OF THE MISSOURI. Record of Engagements with Hostile Indians within the Military Division of the Missouri from 1868 to 1882, Lieutenant General P. H. Sheridan, Commanding. Compiled from Official Records. Washington:  GPO, 1882. ($250-500) More>>

213. UNITED STATES. DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR. CENSUS OFFICE. Report on Indians Taxed and Indians Not Taxed in the United States (except Alaska) at the Eleventh Census: 1890. Washington, D.C.: GPO, 1894. House of Representatives, Miscellaneous Document, No. 340, Part 15. ($1,000-2,000) More>>

214. UNITED STATES. SENATE. SELECT COMMITTEE TO EXAMINE INTO THE CONDITON OF THE SIOUX AND CROW INDIANS. In the Senate...March 7, 1884...Mr. Dawes, from the Select Committee...Report [To Accompany Bill S. 1755.] The Select Committee of the Senate Appointed under Resolution of March 2, 1883, to Examine into the Condition of the Sioux Indians upon Their Reservation, the Character of the Same, and the Feasibility and Property of the Proposed Reduction of Such Reservation, and Such Other Matters Concerning the Welfare of Said Sioux Indians as They May Think Necessary, and also Examine into the Grievances of the Indian Tribes in the Territory of Montana. [Washington]: Senate Report 283, 1884. ($150-300) More>>

215. UTAH (Territory). Acts, Resolutions, and Memorials, Passed by the First Annual, and Special Sessions, of the Legislative Assembly, of the Territory of Utah, Begun and Held at Great Salt Lake City, on the 22nd day of September, A.D., 1851. Also the Constitution of the United States , and the Act Organizing the Territory of Utah . Published by Authority of the Legislative Assembly.  G[reat] S[alt] L[ake] City: Brigham H. Young, Printer, 1852. ($300-600) More>>

216. VAUGHN, Robert. Then and Now; or, Thirty-Six Years in the Rockies . Personal Reminiscences of Some of the First Pioneers of the State of Montana . Indians and Indian Wars. The Past and Present of the Rocky Mountain Country, 1864-1900. Minneapolis : Tribune Printing Company, 1900. ($150-300) More>>

217. [VIRGIN OF GUADALUPE].  Eight Mexican colonial devotionals in one volume (all but one printed Puebla de los Angeles), including:  Dia doce de cada mes, celebrado con particular devoción en honra, y culto de Maria Sma. jurada por patrona principalìsima de este Reyno en su portentosa imagen de Guadalupe, al fin và puesta una carte de esclavitud à purìsima Reyna, y Señora nuestra.  Puebla [de los Angeles]:  Por los Herederos de la Viuda de Miguel de Ortega, 1773. ($250-500) More>>

218. [VIRGIN OF GUADALUPE].  FERNÁNDEZ DE ECHEVERRÍA Y VEYTIA, Mariano de. Baluartes de México. Descripcion histórico de las cuatro milagrosas imágenes de Nuestra Señora, que se veneran en la muy noble, leal, é imperial ciudad de México, capital de la Nueva España, á los cuatros vientos principales, en sus extramuros, y de sus magníficos santuarios, con otras particularidades...Obra póstuma, dala á luz el R. P. Fr. Antonio María de San José, Carmelita Descalzo.  Mexico: En la imprenta de D. Alejandro Valdés, 1820. ($300-600) More>>

219. [VIRGIN OF GUADALUPE].  TORNEL Y MENDÍVIL, J[osé] Julián.  La aparición de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe de México, comprobada con documentos históricos y defendida de las impugnaciones que se los han hecho....  Orizaba:  José María Nareda, 1849. ($250-500) More>>

220. VOORHEES, Luke. Personal Recollections of Pioneer Life on the Mountains and Plains of the Great West. [Cheyenne: Privately printed, 1920]. ($150-300) More>>

221. WALKER, Tacetta B. Stories of Early Days in Wyoming. Big Horn Basin. Casper: Prairie Publishing Company, [1936]. ($125-250) More>>

222. WALLACE, Ernest. Ranald S. Mackenzie on the Texas Frontier. Lubbock: West Texas Museum Association, 1964. ($150-300) More>>

223. [WATSON, Douglas S.]. West Wind the Life Story of Joseph Reddeford Walker, Knight of the Golden Horseshoe. Los Angeles: Privately Printed [by Johnck & Seeger, Printers] for His Friends by Percy H. Booth, 1934. ($300-600) More>>

224.  WAUD, A[lfred] R. A Drove of Texas Cattle Crossing a Stream-Sketched by A. R. Waud.-[See Page 666.]. New York, 1867.  Folio sheet with wood engraving on recto and text on verso, pp. 665-666, from the October 19, 1867, issue of Harper’s Weekly. ($75-150) More>>

225. WEBB, Walter Prescott. The Great Plains . [ Boston , etc.]: Ginn and Company, [1931]. ($150-300) More>>

226. WEBB, Walter Prescott. The Texas Rangers a Century of Frontier Defense Illustrated with Drawings by Lonnie Reese and with Photographs. Boston & New York : Houghton Mifflin & Riverside Press, 1935. ($600-1,200) More>>

227. WELLMAN, Paul I. The Callaghan Yesterday and Today. Encinal, Texas: Callaghan Land & Pastoral Co., [1945]. ($150-300) More>>

228. WHITNEY, Orson F[erguson]. History of Utah, Comprising Preliminary Chapters on the Previous History of Her Founders, Accounts of Early Spanish and American Explorations in the Rocky Mountain Region, the Advent of the Mormon Pioneers, the Establishment and Dissolution of the Provisional Government of the State of Deseret, and the Subsequent Creation and Development of the Territory.... Salt Lake City: G. Q. Cannon and Sons Co., 1892-1904. ($750-1,500) More>>

229. WILBARGER, J[ohn] W[esley]. Indian Depredations in Texas. Reliable Accounts of Battles, Wars, Adventures, Forays, Murders, Massacres, etc., etc., Together with Biographical Sketches of Many of the Most Noted Indian Fighters and Frontiersmen of Texas...Sold By Subscription Only. Austin: Hutchings Printing House, 1889. ($300-600) More>>

230. WILLIAMS, J. E. (Jim). Fifty-Eight Years in the Panhandle of Texas. Austin: Firm Foundation, [1944]. ($200-400) More>>

231. WILLIAMS, J. R. Cowboys Out Our Way...With an Introduction by J. Frank Dobie. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1951. ($100-200) More>>

232. WILSON, Laura. Watt Matthews of Lambshead. Austin: Texas State Historical Association, [1989]. ($250-450) More>>

233. WILSON, M[ilburn] L[incoln], R. H. Wilcox, G. S. Klemmedson, and V. V. Parr. A Study of Ranch Organization and Methods of Range-Cattle Production in the Northern Great Plains Region [caption and wrapper title]. Washington: United States Department of Agriculture, Technical Bulletin No. 45, March, 1928. ($100-200) More>>

234. WINGATE, George W[ood]. Through the Yellowstone Park on Horseback. New York : O. Judd Co., David W. Judd, Pres’t, 1886. ($400-800) More>>

235. WITTLIFF, William D. (photographer).  Broadside with photogravure, printed on heavy Arches cream paper, deckle edges:  Vaquero [signed photogravure of a vaquero by Wittliff]... [imprint at end]: Photogravure printed by Rick Loudermilk at Flatbed Press from a plate by Byron Brauchli, Text set and printed at Wind River Press | Photograph and design by Bill Wittliff, The Book Club of Texas | Austin | 1991. Embossed seal below imprint.  Folio (56.3 x 38.2 cm; gravure measures 19 x 27.6 cm).  Mint, as issued. ($200-400) More>>

236. WRIGHT, Robert M. Dodge City the Cowboy Capital and the Great Southwest in the Days of the Wild Indian, the Buffalo, the Cowboy, Dance Halls, Gambling Halls and Bad Men. [on back of frontispiece: Wichita: Wichita Eagle Press, 1913]. ($300-600) More>>

237. WYOMING (Territory). LAWS. General Laws, Memorials and Resolutions of the Territory of Wyoming, Passed at the First Session of the Legislative Assembly, Convened at Cheyenne, October 12th, 1869, and Adjourned sine die, December 11th, 1869, to Which Are Prefixed Declaration of Independence, Constitution of the United States, and the Act Organizing the Territory, together with Executive Proclamations. Published by Authority.  Cheyenne: S. Allan Bristol, Public Printer, Tribune Office, 1870. ($500-1,000) More>>

238. WYOMING (Territory). GOVERNOR (John M. Thayer). Message of Governor Thayer to the Fourth Legislative Assembly, of Wyoming Territory, Convened at Cheyenne, November 2nd, 1875. Cheyenne: H. Glafcke, Printer, Daily Leader Office, 1875. ($300-600) More>>

239. WYOMING (Territory). GOVERNOR (John W. Hoyt). Message of Governor Hoyt to the Sixth Legislative Assembly, of Wyoming Territory, Convened at Cheyenne, November 4, 1879. Cheyenne: Leader Steam Book and Job Printing House, 1879. ($250-500) More>>

240. WYOMING (Territory). GOVERNOR (John W. Hoyt).  [From an article in the Cheyenne Leader.]  Wyoming Territory ; Its Resources, Progress and Prospects... [caption title].  N.p., n.d. [Cheyenne: Cheyenne Leader, 1882]. ($800-1,600) More>>

241. WYOMING. CONSTITUTION. 3 issues of the first Wyoming constitution, together forming an interesting printing sequence of the first edition. ($600-1,200) More>>

242. WYOMING. BOARD OF THE LIVE STOCK COMMISSIONERS. Official Brand Book of the State of Wyoming and a Compilation of Laws Affecting Live Stock This Book Is Intended as a Complete Transcript of All the Live Stock Brands and Marks of Record in the Office of the State Board of Live Stock Commissioners, at Cheyenne , July 1, 1919 . Laramie : Laramie Republican Company, 1919. ($250-500) More>>

243. [WYOMING]. BURLINGTON ROUTE. Ranch Life in the “Buffalo Bill” Country [cover title]. [Chicago: Wagner & Hanson Co. (for the Burlington Route), ca. 1925]. ($50-100) More>>

244. [WYOMING]. Progressive Men of the State of Wyoming Illustrated. Chicago: A. W. Bowe & Co., 1903. ($400-800) More>>

245. [WYOMING]. Wyoming Speaks in Pictures [cover title]. Casper: Prairie Publishing Company, n.d. [ca. 1930]. ($250-500) More>>

246. WYOMING IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.  Wyoming, the Pennsylvania of the West.....  Geneva, Nebraska:  Published by Wyoming Improvement Company, C. Shickley, Secretary, n.d. [ca. 1888]. ($750-1,500) More>>

247. WYOMING STOCK GROWERS ASSOCIATION. By-Laws of the Wyoming Stock Growers Association [caption title].  N.p., n.d. [1902 or after; Printer’s slug on p. 8:  Gereke, Quick Job Printer, Typographical Union Label Wyoming, Cheyenne Wyoming]. ($750-1,500) More>>

248. WYOMING STOCK GROWERS ASSOCIATION. 1884 Rounds-Ups [sic] of the Wyoming Stock Growers Association William C. Irvine, President [text commences, setting forth 31 round-up districts] No. 1. To commence at Big Crow Springs, June 1st, and work up Crow Creek to Ullman’s ranch, thence across to Terry’s ranch on Lone Tree; up Lone Tree and Duck Creek to Twin Mountain ... [text concludes] All undistricted portions to be considered unorganized territory and attached to the adjoining round-up district, and be worked or not, in the discretion of the round-up foreman. N.p., n.d. [ Cheyenne , 1884]. ($4,000-8,000) More>>

249. WYOMING STOCK GROWERS ASSOCIATION. Reports of the Secretary and Treasurer of the Wyoming Stock Growers Association for the Year Ending March 31, 1894. Cheyenne: S. A. Bristol Co., Printers & Binders, 1894. ($300-600) More>>

250. [WYOMING STOCK GROWERS ASSOCIATION].  Four titles, comprising a thorough history of that mighty organization. 4 vols. [1923]-1954. ($500-1,000) More>>

251. YUCATÁN (Mexican state).  Yucatan y Belice. Colección de documentos importantes que se refieren al Tratado de 8 de julio de 1893, celebrado entre el Sr. Lic. Ignacio Mariscal en representación de México, y Sir Spencer Saint Jhon [sic] en representación de la Gran Bretaña. Mérida: Tipografía de G. Canto, 1894. ($150-300) More>>


252. CARRIÓN, Luís. Curso de explotacion de minas...Texto [with] ...Atlas. Pachuca: Tipografía de Pedro Haro Suc., 1889. ($300-600) More>>

253. NIMMO, Joseph. Treasury Department. Report on the Internal Commerce of the United States. Washington: GPO, 1885. 562 pp., 5 folded lithograph maps with original color, including the important The Range and Ranch Cattle Area of the United States 1884 ($2,500-5,000) More>>

254. HAYNES, [Frank Jay]. [Title on printed label on original mat]:  Great Falls, 360 Ft.--Yellowstone Park. Northern Pacific Railroad. Haynes-Photo-St. Paul.  Ca. 1898. Photographic print in tones of grey, black, and white of magestic Yellowstone scenery with tiny anglers at lower left. ($1,000-2,000) More>>

255. Wyoming Section G & S Building.  Stereoview featuring Wyoming Exhibit at the 1884 World’s Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition held at New Orleans in 1884-1885.  [Philadelphia]: Centennial Photographic Company and Edward L. Wilson, copyright 1884 (verso of card). ($25-50) More>>

256. ROOSEVELT, Theodore. Hunting Trips of a Ranchman Sketches of Sport on the Northern Cattle Plains...Illustrated by A. B. Frost, R. Swain Gifford, J. C.  Beard, Fannie E. Gifford, Henry Sandham. New York & London: G. P. Putnam’s Sons & Knickerbocker Press, 1886. (100-200) More>>

257. DALE LAND & CATTLE COMPANY. Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Texas. No. [stamped in red ink: 128]  ___ Shares The Dale Land & Cattle Co. Places of Business Bonham & Henrietta, Texas. Headquarter Ranches in Clay County, Texas. Capital Stock, $300,000. 3,000 Shares of $100 Each...Certificate of Stock [above border at lower left] Geo. D. Barnard & Co. St. Louis. Untitled illustration at center of two men on horseback with a small herd of cattle, cactus in the foreground, fenced homestead in background.  Verso with printed docket.  St. Louis, n.d. [1900]. Engraved stock certificate with elaborate ornate border. ($50-100) More>>

258. JOHNSON COUNTY WAR. Printed indictment completed in ink and ruled in red, commencing: Indictment.-John Morris Company, Printers, Chicago. Territory of Wyoming, County of Johnson. SS. In the District Court of the Second Judicial District: At a term of the District Court begun and held at Buffalo, within and for the County of Johnson, on the [27th] day of [June], the Jurors of the Grand Jury of the County of Johnson, at the term aforesaid, upon their oaths aforesaid, in the name and by the authority of the Territory of Wyoming, Do Present and Find that [John Hopkins alias Johnnie “D”] late of the County aforesaid, on the [22”] day of [September] in the year [1886] at the County and Territory aforesaid [unlawfully and wilfully did brand and place upon the left side of one head of neat cattle, which head of neat cattle was a maverick, a certain brand made thusly “NΛY-.” Signed at end by Edward D. Simpson as Prosecuting Attorney, in Johnson County. One page on four-page legal form with printed Territory of Wyoming docket on p. [4], completed in ink and stamped with purple ink, folio. ($100-200) More>>

259. [MORALES, Juan Bautista].  El Gallo Pitagórico [lithograph title page on grey tinted ground].  Mexico: Imprenta litog. de Cumplido, 1845. 280 [1, verso blank] [6 (Cumplido catalogue), final verso blank] pp., 21 lithograph plates by Cumplido after artwork by Iriarte, Blanco (illustrated title on tinted ground, portrait of author, 19 caricatures, a few text engravings, one signed by Rafael), ornamental head- and tailpieces. ($1,500-3,000) More>>

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