DescriptionPaul Horgan. The Return of the Weed [and]: Great River... New York: [1936-1954]. First editions, signed limited.
More Information: Paul Horgan. The Return of the Weed. New York and London: Harper and Brothers, 1936. First edition, number 167 of 350, signed by Horgan and illustrator Peter Hurd. Tipped in frontispiece and plates throughout. Octavo. [vi], 97, [1, limitation]. Original green cloth in glassine and slipcase. Slightest edgewear to boards. Slipcase lightly shelfworn. Paper label toned and mildly rubbed. Near fine. [and]: Paul Horgan. Great River: The Rio Grande in North American History. New York and Toronto: Rinehart, 1954. First edition, limited to 1,000 copies and signed by Horgan at limitation page. Two octavo volumes. xviii, 447, [1, blank]; ix,[448-452] 453-1020, [2, blank]. Color illustated endpapers and double-sided plates at beginning of each volume. Tan cloth with titles in gilt at spines. Slightest touches of thumbsoiling to cloth. Near fine in slipcase suffering some toning, shelfwear, touches of soil and edgewear around opening. From the private collection of Stephen Lyle Boyd.
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