Montana:. The Magazine of Western History. Volume 1 (1951) through Volume 41 (1991).
Helena, MT: Montana Historical Society, 1951-1991. First Edition. Hardcover. A quarterly publication, lavishly produced and covering a wide range of Montana and Western history related subjects. An exceptional run of this important record of Western Americana. All volumes privately bound. An outstanding collection (also includes several dozen 1990s editions). [N.B.... Item #1083
Salt Lake City, UT: Univ. of Utah Press, 1991. First Edition. Hardcover. University of Utah publications in the American West, Volume 27. Foreward by Wilford Brimley. A near pristine copy of a very scarce volume, sadly sans DJ (it offended the tastes of the prior owner). Tight, bright and unmarred... Item #898
Flagstaff, Ariz. Northland Pub, 1987. First Edition. Hardcover. A remarkably well told tale, in pictures and text, of the legendary Will James, artist and storyteller. A very handsome copy. Tight, bright and unmarred. DJ shows very minimal shelf wear, spine lightly sun toned, else bright and clean. Rust cloth boards... Item #1140
Will Soule. Indian Photographer at Fort Sill, Oklahoma 1869-74.
Los Angeles, CA: The Ward Ritchie Press, 1972. First Edition thus. Glossy Pictorial Wraps. A collection of exceptional images captured by Soule during his time photographing the construction of Fort Sill, includes essays and well crafted image notes. A very handsome copy. Very minimal shelf/edge wear, soft crease near front... Item #874
Cartter, George R. (text); Cartter, Robert Ansel (photos).
Twilight of the Jackass Prospector:. Death Valley Area Portraits of the 1930's.
Morongo Valley, CA: Sagebrush Press, 1982. First Edition. Glossy Pictorial Wraps. A remarkable collection of images from the 1930s in and around Death Valley. The cover image, a 1935 color portrait taken in Ballarat, is exceptional. A near pristine copy of this increasing scarce volume. Very minimal shelf/edge wear, else... Item #1230
The Marvellous Country:. or, Three Years in Arizona and New Mexico, The Apaches' Home. Comprising a Description of This Wonderful Country, Its Immense Mineral Wealth, Its Magnificent Mountain Scenery, the Ruins of Ancient Towns and Cities Found Therein.
Amherst, N.S. Rogers & Black, 1973 . First Canadian Edition. Hardcover. Produced to stimulate settlement in the region. This Nova Scotia imprint is the scarcest edition (and First Canadian) of this well known book (N.B. most bibliographies do not identify this edition (See, Howes C-8)). A quite handsome copy of... Item #2007
Cowboy Culture. The Last Frontier of American Antiques.
West Chester, PA: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd. 1997. First Edition. Hardcover. Outstanding reference work about the artful objects of the Wild West, superb photographs and detailed text. A handsome copy. Tight, bright and unmarred. DJ shows very light shelf/edge wear, one small (>3mm), closed tear and a hint of sun fading... Item #920
Kansas City, MO: Fred Harvey, nd. First Edition (presumed). Hardcover. Overall, the fragile boards are in remarkably good shape, textblock is exceptional. A handsome copy of this scarce volume. Moderate shelf/edge wear (focused at head, heel and tips), light rubbing to paper onlay, chipping at bottom of spine hinge at... Item #3775
Chapel Hill, NC: Univ. of North Carolina Press, 1950. First Edition. Original Wraps. Hint of foxing at text block edges (non-penetrating), else tight, bright and unmarred. Pictorial wraps. 8vo. 100pp. Illus. (b/w plates). Item #2691
New York: Scribners, 1942 . Second Printing (presumed). Hardcover. Illustrations also by Will James. Wonderful "western" bookplate (pen and ink sketch of man on horseback). Flaws notwithstanding, a very presentable copy of this rather scarce volume. Very light shelf wear, on small bump in upper rear board, small area of... Item #2012
Lincoln: Univ of Nebraska Press, 1986. First Edition. Hardcover. A very handsome copy of this renowned collection. Tight, bright and unmarred. DJ bright and clean. Cream cloth boards, gilt lettering, in blind decorative elements. 4to. 203pp (plus np plate pages). Illus. (b/w plates). Item #613
A Daughter of the Sioux:. A Tale of the Indian Frontier.
New York: Hobart Co. 1903. First Edition. Hardcover. Lively tale of love, war and intrigue at Fort Frayne on the Indian frontier in the 1880s. Light shelf/edge wear, touch of fraying at head of spine, light rubbing to color pastedown, else tight, bright and unmarred. Red cloth boards, gilt lettering... Item #1302
Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. Morgan & Morgan, 1974. First Edition. Hardcover. Very minor shelf wear, bumped at head and heel, else tight, bright and unmarred. DJ shows very light shelf wear, else bright and clean. Gray coated paper boards, brown in lettering, beige endpapers, frontispiece. 4to. 158pp. Illus. (b/w plates). Item #1707
Interior West:. The Craft & Style of Thomas Molesworth.
Cody, WY: Buffalo Bill Historical Center, 1989. First Edition. Glossy Pictorial Wraps. Exhibition catalog (the first of Molesworth's furniture). Opening his store in Cody, WY, in 1931, he produced a long series of original, often challenging, pieces of furniture for the next 30 years. Collected here are remarkable examples of... Item #2050
Cowboy Gear. A Photographic Portrayal of the Early Cowboys and Their Equipment.
Ketchum, ID: Stoecklein Publishing, 1993. First Edition. Hardcover. One of the best collections of images and text on the history of "cowboying." A pristine copy. Tight, bright and unmarred. DJ is clean and bright. Red faux leather boards, silver gilt lettering and decorative elements, pictorial "Historical Western Map" endpapers. Oblong... Item #946
American Frontiers:. The Photographs of Timothy H. O'Sullivan, 1867-1874.
Millerton, N.Y. Aperture/Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1981. First Edition. Hardcover. A wonderful collection of images from the lens of the photographer for King and Wheeler Geological Surveys, among the first photographers to cross the American frontier. Light shelf wear, top and bottom edges of boards sun touched, head of spine... Item #1725
She's Tricky Like Coyote:. Annie Miner Peterson, an Oregon Coast Indian Woman.
Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1997. First Edition. Hardcover. Volume 224 of The Civilization of the American Indian Series. This is the first real biography of an American Indian linguistic told from her perspective as a working-class Pacific Northwest Indian woman. Tight, bright and unmarred. DJ bright and clean. Blue... Item #1732