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    [Ranching/Cowboys]. Pair of First Editions on Cowboy Life/Ranching. J. R. Williams. Cowboys Out Our Way. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1951. Oblong octavo. Publisher's brown cloth, with titles in yellow. Spine sunned and leaning, backstrip peeling. Some bumping, soiling and edgewear to extremities. Front hinge cracked. Some minor toning throughout. Good. [Together with:] Eugene H. Price. Open Range. Ranching on the South Plains in the 1890's. [Oxford:] Clarendon Press, 1967. With map. With a foreword by Martha Downer Ellis. Signed by Martha Downer Ellis. Publisher's green cloth with titles in gilt. Some minor rubbing and edgewear to extremities. Frontispiece detached but present. Owner's ink gift inscription. Very good.

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    May, 2015
    7th Thursday
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