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196. [MAPS & PRINTS]. Lot of approximately 30 items, including:
BOOK CLUB OF TEXAS. Cowboys. Austin: Wind River Press, 1988. Folio broadside. Quotation from Larry McMurtry, with illustration by Barbara Holman. Typeset by William Holman and printed by David Holman. Commemorative broadside for the first annual meeting of the Book Club of Texas.
CISNEROS, José. [Buffalo Soldiers]. 2 signed, limited edition prints (each #170 of 300). 1971. Folio. The first print shows two mounted soldiers; the second, soldiers in hand-to-hand combat with Indian warriors. Both very fine.
CISNEROS, José. Four Original Prints [to accompany the limited edition of Flanagans Trailing the Longhorns]. Austin: Madrona Press, . 4 double folio prints in a tan portfolio. Very fine.
[MAP]. BRADSHAW, J. R. Bradshaws Map Maverick County, Texas. Scale: 1 inch = 4,000 varas. Blueprint plat map locating oil and gas wells and dry wells.
[MAPS]. Contours of Discovery. Printed Maps
Delineating the Texas and Southwestern Chapters in the
Cartographic History of North America 1513-1930.
Austin: Texas State Historical Association in Cooperation
with the Center for Studies in Texas History, University of
Texas, 1981. Wrapped in original shipping carton.
Portfolio of facsimile maps.
[MAPS] HOTCHKISS, David. Spanish Missions of Texas From 1776 Including the Battle of the Alamo1835. [Corpus Christi: Hotchkiss, 1966]. 14 maps and plans, including wrappers. Oblong large folio
[MAP]. MID-WEST MAP CO. Highway Map of the United States Showing Inter-State Highways. Aurora, 1920.
[MAP]. NOURSE, B. E. Map of Maverick County Texas. Eagle Pass, 1909. Scale 1 inch = 2,000 varas.
[MAP] SOUTH TEXAS MAPPING SERVICE. Ownership Map of Maverick County Texas. Corpus Christi & San Antonio, n.d. [after 1964]. Scale: 1 inch = 4,000 feet. Large Scale map showing oil and gas wells and leases.
Mitchells School Atlas. Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait, & Company, 1846. Not paginated. Color maps. Worn.
(approximately 40 items)