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    George Jackson. Sixty Years in Texas. Dallas: Wilkinson Printing Co., [1908]. Second edition. Inscribed by the author on the first front flyleaf: "Presented to R B Godley/By/George Jackson the author/July 12 1910.". 8vo, 384 pages. Illustrated. Photograph of the author as frontispiece. Publisher's original red cloth over boards with illustration of a longhorn printed in black on the front board; other titles stamped in gilt on the front board and spine. Decorative endpapers. Boards exhibit moderate shelf wear along the foot; bumped corners. Some separation of the rear board which held in place by the textblock stitching. Some darkening on the rear board. A very good copy.
    References: Adams, Herd 1141. Howes J15.

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    March, 2012
    3rd Saturday
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