Two Grabhorn Press Books Concerning Life on the Early Frontier, including: [Nicholas "Cheyenne" Dawson]. Narrative of Nicholas "Cheyenne" Dawson (Overland to California in '41 & '49, and Texas in '51). San Francisco: Grabhorn Press, 1933. First edition. Number 7 in the Rare Americana series. 8vo. [i-ix], [1] blank, 100pp, [6]pp notes by Charles L. Camp. Illustrated with colored drawings by Arvilla Parker. Publisher's original quarter-cloth binding and pictorial boards. Titles on paper label on the spine. In the original dust jacket. A fine copy. References: Graff 1027. Herd 661. Howes D159. [and:] Lewis H. Garrard. Wah-to-Yah & the Taos Trail: Prairie Travel and Scalp Dances with a Look at Los Rancheros From Muleback and the Rocky Mountain Campfire. San Francisco: Grabhorn Press: 1936. First edition limited to 550 copies. Number 3 in the Rare Americana series. 8vo. [xii], 289pp. Illustrations from blocks designed and cut by Mallette Dean. Map laid in. Publisher's quarter cloth and decorated paper over boards. Titles printed on paper label on spine. Remnants of onion skin protective jacket remain, else a near fine copy. Ex Ben E. Pingenot.

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