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Howell 39: HOWELL, John (Books). Catalogue 39, Early Newspapers and Periodical

of California and the West.... San Francisco: John Howell–Books, n.d.

Howes: HOWES,


U.S.iana (1650-1950)


New York: Newberry Library, 1962.

Koeman: KOEMAN, Cornelis.

Atlantes Neerlandici


Bibliography of Terrestrial,


and Celestial Atlases and Pilot Books....

Amsterdam: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum Ltd., 1967-

1971. 5 vols.



MARTIN, Lawrence. “John Disturnell’s Map of the United Mexican

States,” in Walter W. Ristow,

A la Carte: Selected Papers on Maps and Atlases



Library of Congress, 1972.

Martin & Martin,

Contours of




& R. S.


Contours of

Discovery: Printed


Delineating the

Texas and Southwestern

Chapters in the


History of


America, 1513-1930...



Texas State


Association and The University of Texas at Austin, 1982.

Martin & Martin,

Maps of Texas and the Southwest, 1513-1900



& R. S.


Maps of Texas and the Southwest, 1513-1900


Austin: Texas State


Association, 1999.


Disturnell’s Treaty Map


Disturnell’s Treaty

Map: The Map That Was Part of the Guadalupe Hidalgo Treaty on Southwestern Boundaries,


Santa Fe: Stagecoach Press, n.d.

Schwartz & Ehrenberg: SCHWARTZ, Seymour I. & Ralph E. Ehrenberg.

The Mapping

of America.

New York: Harry N. Abrams, [1980].

Streeter: STREETER, Thomas W.

Bibliography of Texas, 1795-1845.

Woodbridge: Research

Publications, Inc., 1983.

Streeter Sale: LAZARE, E. J. (comp.).

The Celebrated Collection of Americana Formed by

the Late Thomas

Winthrop Streeter.

New York: Parke-Bernet, 1966-1970. 8 vols.

Taliaferro: TALIAFERRO,



Cartographic Sources in the Rosenberg Library.

College Station: Texas A&M University Press, [1988].


Mapping the Transmississippi


: WHEAT, Carl I.

Mapping the Transmississippi


. San Francisco: The Institute of Historical Cartography, 1957-63. 6 vols.


Maps of the Gold Region

: WHEAT, Carl I.

The Maps of the California Gold Region


. San Francisco: Grabhorn Press, 1942.

The property described in this catalogue, which description may be amended by salesroom notice or announce-


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Wednesday, February 5, 2003, on behalf of various consignors (“sellers”). These Conditions of Sale and the

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ditions on which all property described in this catalogue is o


ered for sale, and there are no warranties, express

or implied, which extend beyond those contained in such texts. By bidding at auction, whether present in per-

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of Sale.

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2. BUYING AT AUCTION. The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer shall be the buyer. The auc-

tioneer has the right to reject any bid and, in the event of any dispute between bidders, to determine the suc-

cessful bidder, to continue the bidding, or to re-o


er and resell the lot in question. In the event of any dispute

after the sale, the


nal record of sale of Dorothy Sloan—Rare Books shall be conclusive.

3. Title to the o


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The buyer shall forthwith assume full risk and responsibility for the lot and shall pay the full purchase price or

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rmation of purchase.

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price” is the sum of the hammer price and this premium.


Unless exempted by law, the buyer is required to pay any applicable state and local tax on the

purchase price. Exemption certi


cates must be on


le to waive this tax.

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available in this catalogue or on our web site: Bidders will be asked to supply

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Only bids believed to be from bona


de potential buyers

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Dorothy Sloan–Rare Books reserves the right to decline to

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Dorothy Sloan–Rare Books will execute telephone bids to the best of its

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We also recommend that you

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the low estimate printed in this catalogue.

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invoices will be mailed, faxed or e-mailed to successful absentee bidders within one week of the


nal auction

date. Payment is due upon receipt of invoice. Purchased items will be shipped upon receipt of full payment.