Description[Larry McMurtry]. Group of Approximately 160 Native American Reference Books. [Various: circa 1940s and later]. From the Western Americana Library of Larry McMurtry, most with his bookplate.
160 Hardcover (a few softcover) books. Featuring: Carobeth Laird. The Chemehuevis. Inscribed by the author to McMurtry; Bill Neeley. Quanah Parker and His People. Signed by the author; Clyde Holler [editor]; The Black Elk Reader. Inscribed by the publisher to McMurtry; Thom Hatch. Black Kettle. Signed by the author; Morris W. Foster. Being Comanche. Signed by the author; Carl Coke Rister. Border Captives; Carl Coke Rister. Comanche Bondage; George Bird Grinnell. The Fighting Cheyennes Most of these titles (and almost all of the other titles in this lot) have McMurtry's bookplate and most with dust jackets where called-for (some jackets price-clipped). Generally very good or better.
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