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    Large Collection of Important Western Books [Including:] Alexander Majors. Seventy Years on the Frontier. Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & Company, Publishers, 1893. First edition. Signed in the shaky hand of the author: "Alexander Majors." Octavo. 325, [3, catalog] pages. Illustrated. Publisher's original blue cloth over beveled boards decorated and lettered in gilt. Very good. [Together with:] C[harles]. J. Jones. Buffalo Jones' Forty Years of Adventure. Topeka: Crane & Company, Publishers, 1899. First edition. Inscribed by the author on the front pastedown: "To my old Time Friend / Frank Meyers / By the author / C. J. Jones / July 31st 1899". Compiled by Colonel Henry Inman. Octavo. xii, 469 pages. Illustrated. Publisher's original olive pictorial cloth lettered in gilt. Near very good. Rubbing at the spine ends and edges of the boards; former owners stamp on the front pastedown; edge of textblock toned. [Together with:] Alfred Henry Lewis. Wolfville Days. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, [1902]. First edition. With an autograph note signed by the author mounted on the front free endpaper. Octavo. x, 311 pages. Frontispiece illustrated by Frederic Remington. Publisher's original brick red cloth lettered in gilt and with a cowboy vignette on the front board. Very good. Light shelf wear to the edges of the boards and spine ends; former owner's library plate on the front pastedown. [And:] Albert Bigelow Paine. Captain Bill McDonald Texas Ranger. A Story of Frontier Reform. New York: J. J. Little & Ives Company, 1909. Special subscription edition. Signed by the author on the front free endpaper. Octavo. 448 pages. Illustrated by D. C. Hutchison. Publisher's original maroon cloth lettered in gilt and with a photographic portrait of Bill McDonald recessed and mounted to the front board. Generally very good. Some light to moderate shelf wear to the boards, new endpapers. [And:] Dan W. Roberts. Rangers and Sovereignty. San Antonio: Wood Printing & Engraving Co., 1914. First edition. Presentation copy: "Presented to / Mrs. H. A. Ranniger / By the Author / D. W. Roberts". Octavo. 190 pages. Publisher's original green cloth titled in black. Good. Moderate shelf wear and soiling to boards; small ownership stamp on the front pastedown; edge of textblock toned with small stains. [And:] James H. Cook. Fifty Years on the Old Frontier as a Cowboy, Hunter, Guide, Scout, and Ranchman. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1923. First edition. With two autograph letters from the author to Col. W. F. Godson laid in and an autographed silver gelatin portrait of the author dedicated to Col. Godson mounted opposite the preface page. Octavo. xix, 291 pages. Illustrated. Publisher's original black cloth lettered in gilt. Good. Some shelf wear to the edges of the boards and spine ends; tape residue on the front endpaper and pastedown; rear hinge starting; Col. Godson's library plate mounted to the front pastedown. [And:] Fred Sutton. Hands Up! Stories of the Six-Gun Fighters of the Old Wild West. Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company Publishers, [1927]. First edition. Inscribed by the author on the verso of the frontispiece and with an inscribed photo portrait of the author mounted on the verso of the half-title page. Octavo. 303 pages. Illustrated. Publisher's original olive green cloth lettered in gilt. Very good. Former owner's name in red ink on the rear pastedown. [And:] James B. Gillett. The Texas Ranger. A Story of the Southwestern Frontier. Yonkers-on-Hudson: World Book Company, [1927]. Later printing in the Pioneer Life series. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper. Octavo. xiii, 221 pages. Illustrated with drawings by Herbert M. Stoops. Publisher's original olive cloth lettered in black and with a cowboy vignette on the front board. Very good. [And:] John S. McClintock. Pioneer Days in the Black Hills. Deadwood: published by the author, [1939]. First edition. Signed by various Deadwood characters including "Potato Creek" Johnny [John Perrett] and D. M. McGahey, curator of Adams Memorial Hall in Deadwood. Octavo. 336 pages. Illustrated. Publisher's original red cloth lettered in black. Generally very good condition. Former owner has made notes in ink on the front free endpaper and has laid in various photos and pamphlets about Deadwood. [And:] J. Evetts Haley. Jeff Milton. A Good Man With a Gun. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1948. First edition. Inscribed by Mildred Taitt Milton [Mrs. Jeff Milton] on the front free endpaper. Octavo. xiii, 430 pages. Illustrated. Publisher's original maroon cloth lettered in gilt. About very good. Some offsetting to the front free endpaper affecting the inscription. Property from the Estate of Robert (Bobby) Palazzo, Westlake Village, CA.

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