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    • HARPER & BROTHERS PUBLISHERS, 1872
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    • Bibliographic details: 7 volumes Quarto three-quarter brown morocco over brown cloth ruled and lettered in gilt on the spine Printed in double columns with many illustrations by Thomas Nast, A. B. Frost among other American artists. Read more
    • SECURITY TRUST & SAVINGS BANK, 1929
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    • Bibliographic details: Octavo Profusely illustrated original pink pictorial wrappers , lettered in orange A well written history of Los Angeles, illustrated with numerous photographs. Contains many short biographies with photographs of prominent persons in Los Angeles history A few foxing blooms (faint) on wrappers, else fine Read more
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    • UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO PRESS, (1992)
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    • Bibliographic details: Octavo Illustrated blue cloth lettered in sivler pictorial dust jacket (small closed tear on front panel) Elwood Mead (1858 - 1936) , an engineer who pioneered western water law and development, worked tirelessly for over fifty years to ensure that water went to its best use As new in shrinkwrap Read more
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    • GRABHORN-HOYEM, 1969
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    • Bibliographic details: 12mo Illustrated with eight photographic reproductions taken in 1936 by Marjorie Farquhar at the Grabhorn press, Commercial Street, San Francisco blue boards, title in black and decorations in red on white wrap-around label plain paper dust jacket, as issued An address delivered on the occasion of the opening of the exhibition “Fifty Years of the Grabhorn Press,” sponsored by The Friends of the San Francisco Public Library at the Main Library, Civic Center, in San Francisco on April 24, 1969. Includes photographs of Edwin Grabhorn, Robert Grabhorn, and Jane Grabhorn. Printed in Franciscan t... Read more
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    • UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA PRESS, (1993)
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    • Bibliographic details: Quarto Illustrated original red cloth lettered in silver pictorial dust jacket (fine) “ A protege of David Crockett and Sam Houston, Ben McCulloch (1911-62) led an extraordinary life as a frontiersman, entrepreneur and soldier. This first modern biography tells his colorful life story and through his career illuminates mid-nineteenth-century American military culture. In particular, Thomas Cutrer focuses on the tension between traditional volunteer citizen-soldiers and the emerging professional military establishment.” -from the dust jacket As new Read more
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    • JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESS, (1997)
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    • Bibliographic details: Quarto Illustrated with photographs and tables brick red cloth with black lettering pictorial dust jacket (fine) “Michael Lewis Goldberg analyzes how political activists in the Populist Party and the Women Movement sought to create a role for women while retaining the support of men.” -from the dust jacket Fine Read more
    • UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS, (1990)
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    • Bibliographic details: Quarto Illustrated with photographs and a map red cloth lettered in gilt pictorial dust jacket (minor wear on panels) A biography of Helen Hunt Jackson’s career and its affect on the Mission Indians of California. Mathes reveals how Jackson spent the last six years of her life traveling, writing, and lobbying government officials in an intense struggle to promote the rights of Native Americans. She shows her influence on various organizations and differentiates Jackson from later reformers whose evangelical Christianity and Victorian mores eventually helped undermine Indian culture Spotting... Read more
    • MUSEUM OF NEW MEXICO PRESS/MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY MUSEUM, (1997)
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    • Bibliographic details: Small folio Illustrated with colored and black and white photographs orange cloth lettered in gilt, stamped in blind on front cover pictorial dust jacket (minor wear and mark on back wrapper) “Native quilters in the Hawaiian Islands and North America have long used color and design to create objects of aesthetic distinction that fulfill specific tribal and pan-Indian purposes .. [this volume] regards the long history and contemporary expression of the quiltmaking art ... among Indian communities with strong and dynamic quilting traditions” - from dust jacket Small remainders mark bottom edg... Read more
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