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1. A.J. Banner. THE TWILIGHT WIFE. NY: Touchstone, 2016. ARC. Book. Advance Reader's Edition. Pictorial wraps. 253pp. Promo laid in. Fine in wraps. (#SHEL1003) $7.50
2. Abbott, Geoffrey. RACK, ROPE AND RED-HOT PINCERS A History of Torture and it's Instruments. Brockhampton, London, 1993, 1993. First Edition. Book. Pictorial glossy hardbound. 243pp. Illust. Chronology. Index. Bibliography. "the gruesome history of torture, restraint and punishment from the days of the Normans to the late nineteenth century." The author was Yeoman Warder of HM Tower of London. Fine in dj. (#5011058) $14.18
3. Abbott, George; Frank Loesser; George Balanchine. WHERE'S CHARLIE Souvenir Program; starring Ray Bolger. NYC: Al Greenstone, 1948. First Edition. Book. Presumably the first edition. Pink quarto illustrated wraps in pink with white & blue lettering. Illustrated in b/w with bluish tint. 16pp. fos at top of cover. Dances were staged by George Balanchine. Vg+. (#5008107) $25.00
4. Abella, Irving; Millar, David (Editors). THE CANADIAN WORKER IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1978. 1st Canadian Edition. Book. 1st printing. Pictorial wraps. 310pp. Bibliographical Note. Front cover corner creased, but vg. (#SHEL575) $6.75
5. Abernathy, John R. CATCH 'EM ALIVE JACK The Life and Adventures of an American Pioneer. NY: Association Press, 1936. First Edition. Book. Cloth with gilt-stamped spine. 224pp. Illustrated with photos. Modern owner's signature & date on ffep. Abernathy's autobiography encompassing his many years on the Oklahoma frontier, where he was for a while U.S. Marshal in Oklahoma Territory. He was noted for catching wolves by roping them & impressed his friend, Teddy Roosevelt, with his skill. Front hinge was once cracked & has been re-glued. Else fine; no dj. Herd 3, 6-guns 3. (#1011002) $109.40
6. Abernathy, John R. IN CAMP WITH THEODORE ROOSEVELT or THE LIFE OF JOHN R. (JACK) ABERNATHY. Oklahoma City: Times-Journal Pub. Co., 1933. First Edition. Book. 1st printing. Pictorial cloth. 279pp. Photo illustrations, mainly portraits of well-known frontier/early Oklahomans. Abernathy was originally a Texas cattleman, but moved to Oklahoma & became a U. S. Marshal in 1910. He was friends with his appointer, Pres. Teddy Roosevelt. An important Oklahoma & territorial autobiography. Clean copy, vg condition. Slight wear to extremities. No bookplates or signatures. Very scarce. Rader15, Herd 4, 6-guns 4. (#1408002) $200.10
7. Abert, Lt. J. W. (Galvin, John: Edit). WESTERN AMERICA IN 1846 - 1847. The Original Travel Diary of .. Abert who mapped New Mexico for the United States Army. S. F.: John Howell, 1966. Limited First Edition. Book. Ltd to 3,000 copies. Pictorial folio cloth. 116pp. Beautifully illustrated in color from Abert's sketchbook. Appendices. Glossary. References. Index. Two large folding maps. Fine. No dj as issued. W-C 143, Graff 5, Howes A11, SFT 3. (#1412001) $27.51
8. Abrahall, Frances (Ed.). CLUB WOMEN OF NEW YORK 1933 - 1934. NY: Club Women of New York Company, 1933. First Thus. Book. 1st printing of this edition. Gilt-decorated red cloth. 291pp. Illustrated with ads. Frontispiece is a lovely b/w portrait of Eleanor Roosevelt (Mrs. Frankly D. Roosevelt), who wrote the Preface or greeting. Beginning on p155 is an exhaustive directory of members. At the end is a Directory of Advertisers. & a photo of Women's University Club on 106 East 52nd St. The front paste down bears the small custom bookplate of Terry Turner. There are quite a number of pencil check marks in the book. Else very good. The back cover has an applied color litho advertising Chesterfield cigarettes, a well-dress young woman who says, "I really don't know if I should smoke..." etc. There is a scratch near one edge of it. A scarce issue. (#SHEL622) $32.40
9. Acito, Marc. HOW I PAID FOR COLLEGE: A Tale of Sex, Theft, Friendship and Musical Theatre (Signed). NY: Broadway Book, 2004. ARC. Book. Advance Reading Copy. Colorful wraps with the avocado green covers. 328pp. Signed by Acito, with words, "Be Splendid" on title page. Acito stamped some copies with reference to his Wallingford High School English Dept, as he did this one. Fine copy. (#5002039) $10.00
10. Adam, Christina. LOVE AND COUNTRY. Little Brown, Boston, (2003), 2003. ARC. Book. Publishers advance. 4to pictorial, plastic bound wraps. 265pp one side. Publisher's letter bound in. A novel based in Idaho. Fine, as new. (#0508001ARC) $6.56
11. Adams, Ansel, with Alinder, Mary Street. ANSEL ADAMS An Autobiography. Little, Brown & New York Graphic Society, Boston, 1985, 1985. First Edition. Book. 4to cloth. 400pp. Stunning photos by Adams. A great book. Fine, as new in dj. (#8810002a) $18.23
12. Adams, Ansel. POLAROID LAND PHOTOGRAPHY MANUEL A Technical Handbook. NY: Morgan & Moran, 1963. First Edition. Book. 1st printing. Cloth. 192pp. Index. Illus (partly with Adams' photos). Owner's ink name stamp on ffep & rear e.p.. Bookseller's label on rear paste down. Else fine in dj with 1" x 1.5" scrape on upper right of front panel (as if price sticker torn off). A few very short edge tears to dj. (a few very short/tiny edge tears & a short mark on upper right of front panel. (#SHEL463) $19.04
13. Adams, Ansel. POLAROID LAND PHOTOGRAPHY MANUEL A Technical Handbook (Signed). NY: Morgan & Moran, 1963. First Edition. Book. 1st printing. Cloth. 192pp. Index. Illus (partly with Adams' photos). Neatly signed by Adams on t-p (title page). Laid in is Adam's booklet (not signed), Polacolor Film (color pictorial wraps; 15pp) which came with the book. On rear paste down is bookseller's label, "Best's Studio Yosemite Valley", with acorn vignette. Best's has represented Adams' work since 1902. Fine in vg+ dj (a few very short/tiny edge tears & a short mark on upper right of front panel. This Adams' title quite scarce signed. (#1204001) $364.68
14. Adams, Ansel). James Sloan. ORIGINAL SIGNED PORTRAIT OF ANSEL ADAMS. Redlands: Jim Sloan, 1968. Photographic Image. Not a book. Original black & white portrait of the great American photographer Ansel Adams with original presentation signature by Adams, dated 11-11-68 and taken by Redlands, California, photographer, Jim (James) Sloan, to whom the portrait is inscribed with narrow black felt pen. Image size 7 1/8" x 9 1/16". This photo was professionally applied by the Perma Plaque Company to wooden plaque board & lightly coated with an impervious solution. The Perma Plaque Company has long been famous for preserving valuable objects. Since the taking of the photo (and presumably the placing of it on the board soon thereafter) and during the many years your seller has owned the photo, there is no visible evidence of any discoloration or degradation to the photo. Board size: 9 7/8" x 11 7/8". Gold trim. A unique item & a great Adams collectible. This portrait of Adams appear (without the presentation) on page 64 in Sloan's book, More Faces + Faces, published in 1970. A copy of that book, inscribed by Sloan, comes with this original photograph. (#0208002) $1,500.00
15. Adams, E. Lee. THE STRIPPER. Privately Published, n.p., 1954, 1954. First Edition. Book. Gilt-stamped cloth. 379pp. Gift inscription on front paste down. Frontispiece portrait of Adams on his horse. "A fictitional (sic) portrayal of the opening, settlement, and development of the Cherokee Strip", but based largely on the author's own experiences & those of people he knew. He was, among other things, newspaper editor in Augusta, Okla, & filed on a homestead near Buffalo, Okla.. Cover corners slightly bumped, else fine in chipped dj. (#0711006) $40.50
16. Adams, Eugene H. et. al. THE PIONEER WESTERN BANK FIRST OF DENVER: 1860-1980. Denver, 1984., 1984. First Edition. Book. Attractive 4to gilt & blind-stamped hardbound. 219pp. Illustrated with lots of good, old Colorado photos as well as color & b/w ones of old currency & coin. Quality book. No dj as issued. (#9705003) $21.32
17. Adams, James Edward. Preus of Missouri and the great Lutheran Civil War. NY: Harper & Row, 1977. 1st Edition. Book. 1st printing. Cloth. 242pp. Index. An intriguing review of politics and doctrinal struggle within the Missouri Synod (The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod) in the 1970s, revolving around Dr. J. A. O. Preus and with an interesting bio of him and his family as background. Essential reading for those who want to understand this conflict revolving around Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. Adams was the one to write it as a journalist for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Fine in complete dj with some edge wear and a 1" split (closed) at the bottom spine/backstrip corner. (#THEOSHEL506) $29.95
18. Adams, Ramon F. & Early West. THE RAMON F. ADAMS COLLECTION Catalogs 1,2,3. College Station: Creative Publishing, 1979. First Edition. Book. 1st printings. Pictorial wraps. 87pp, 83pp, 65pp. Illus. Three catalogs listing for sale the collection of the famous Western bibliographer of gunfighter/lawmen & range country books. Adams' collection was offered for sale in 1979, 1980, & 1981. Three page intro on Adams by Robert Stephens, & a statement by Mrs. Adams. Mr. Adams died in 1976. In years previously, Adams sold other collections; this was his last. A great source for reference & research. Near fine. Scarce set. (#1602002) $50.02
19. Adams, Ramon F. THE COWMAN SAYS IT SALTY. Tucson: U of Arizona, 1971. First Edition. Book. 1st printing. Gilt-stamped cloth. 163pp. Illustrated with drawings by Donahue. A book on the "picturesque speech of the cowboy..." Fine in near fine dj (tiny chip or two). (#1402002) $18.51
20. Adams, Ramon F. A FITTING DEATH FOR BILLY THE KID (Signed). Norman: OU, 1960. First Edition. Book. 1st printing. 310pp. Illus. Index. 2 line inscription & then signed by Adams to no one in particular. From Adams' Prologue: "Surely it is time we learned the truth about Billy the Kid." Fine in dj. 6-guns 9. (#1402003) $69.53
21. Adams, Ramon F. THE LEGENDARY WEST. Dallas: Library of the DeGolyer Foundation & Friends of the Dallas Public Library, 1985. First Edition. Book. Colorful decorated glossy wraps. (64pp). Illus. A useful reference booklet describing 47 rare Western books exhibited at the library. Slight nick at top affecting a few leaf edges, else fine. (#1302001) $13.51
22. Adams, Ramon F. THE OLD - TIME COWHAND. Macmillan, NY, 1961, 1961. Limited/Numbered. Book. Ltd to 350 copies. Pictorial cloth. 354pp. Illustrated with drawings by the incomparable Nick Eggenhofer. Signed & both Adams & Eggenhofer. One of the great modern treatments of the subject. Fine in original labeled slipcase which has a couple of marks & bit of fading. Dykes 50 p134. (#0805001) $157.95
23. Adams, Ramon F. THE RAMPAGING HERD A Bibliography of Books and Pamphlets on Men and Events in the Cattle Country. OU, Norman, 1959, 1959. First Edition. Book. Cloth. 462pp. Several title-page illustrations. Index. Former owner's name, date, & price he paid written in red ink on the ffep. An indispensable bibliography for range books up to publication date. Even after almost fifty years the outstanding work for collectors of the subject. 2,651 entries. Fine in dj with slight wear. The dj has on the underneath side a list of OU books in the Civilization of the American Indian Series, a few of which the former owner also checkmarked in red. Reese 4. (#0711009) $60.75
24. Adams, Ramon F. THE RAMPAGING HERD A Bibliography of Books and Pamphlets on Men and Events in the Cattle Country. Zubal, Cleveland, 1982, 1982. Reprint. Book. Cloth. 463pp. Several title-page illustrations. Index. An indispensable bibliography for range books up to publication date. The outstanding work for collectors of the subject. 2,651 entries. Fine, like new in dj. Reese 4. (#0711008) $24.75
25. Adams, Ramon F. THE RAMPAGING HERD A Bibliography of Books and Pamphlets on Men and Events in the Cattle Industry. Norman, 1959., 1959. First Edition. Book. Cloth. 463pp. Essential information on 2,651 entries. An indispensable bibliography. Fine in very slightly worn dj. Reese 4, Dykes 50 p8. (#9005007) $82.01
26. Adams, Ramon F. SIX - GUNS AND SADDLE LEATHER A Bibliography of Books and Pamphlets on Western Outlaws and Gunmen. Cleveland: Zubal, 1982. Reprint. Book. Fine reprint edition, Revised & Expanded. Cloth. 808pp. Introduction. Acknowledgements, extensive, to both editions. Index. This is one of the all-time set-the-standard bibliographies of Western books. 2491 entries. Fine, like new in dj. (#SHEL813) $18.00
27. Adams, Ramon F. SIX-GUNS AND SADDLE LEATHER A Bibliography of Books and Pamphlets on Western Outlaws and Gunmen. Norman: OU, 1969. First Thus. Book. New Edition, Revised & Greatly Enlarged. Cloth. 808pp. Index. 2,491 items. Fine in dj with faded backstop (typical for red jackets). (#1011003) $23.91
28. Adams, Ramon F. WESTERN SPEECH AND WESTERN STORIES. Stillwater: Indian Territory Posse The Westerners, 1972. Limited First Edition. Book. Unstated ltd to 500 copies. Pictorial wraps. 14pp. Illus. Fine. Scarce. (#1408004) $40.02
29. Adams, Ramon. WESTERN WORDS A Dictionary of the American West. Norman: OU, 1968. Revised Edition. Book. 1st printing of Revised & Enlarged edition. 355pp. Includes Intro to the 1st edition which was much smaller in scope. Thousands of words explained from abajador to zorrillas. Fine in vg dj with closed 1" tear bottom of front panel. Herd 14, Dobie p95. (#1602001) $17.51
30. Addiego, John. Islands of Divine Music (Signed). Denver: Unbridled Books, 2008. ARC. Book. Uncorrected Proof. Trade pictorial glossy wraps. 241pp. Signed & dated by Addiego. A first novel. "Five generations of an immigrant family journey through the new world in a sometimes bewildering and often surprising search to discover both who they are and where they belong." Fine, like new. (#5022039ARC) $20.25
31. Addison and Steele. THE SPECTATOR IN LONDON Essays by Addison and Steele. Macmillan, NY, 1896, 1896. First Thus. Book. 1st American edition. Beautifully gilt decorated blue cloth. a.e.g. 323pp. Illustrations by Ralph Cleaver. "Of the six hundred and thirty-five papers contained in the Spectator,none are nearly so well known as those which tell of Sir Roger de Coverley..." Bottom of spine worn; minor wear to other extremities. Good+. Scarce. (#5003027) $22.27
32. Agatha, Sister M. TEXAS PROSE WRITINGS A Reader's Digest. Dallas: Banks, Upshaw, 1936. First Edition. Book. Gilt-stamped cloth. 168pp. Illust. Label of W.C. Stripling Co., Ft. Worth on front pastedown. Any bibliographical reference library of Texas books should have this book, still of interest & value. Two parts: Fact & Fiction. Wear to extremities, slight split to spine top. Good. Dobie p25, cf Jenkin's praise in BTB p595. (#9705006) $20.05
33. Agee, G. W.; Buel, J. W. THREE PULP WESTERNS: RUBE BURROW, THE JAMES BOYS AND THEIR NOTORIOUS BAND OF BANK AND TRAIN ROBBERS, THE YOUNGER BROTHERS BANK AND TRAIN ROBBERS OF THE WEST. Chicago: M. A. Donohue & Co, 1900. Reprint. Book. Early, circa 1900 reprints of 3 titles. Pictorial wraps. Burrow: 194pp, near fine condition. James Boys 248pp, first few leaves separated, covers slightly chipped. Younger Bros: 273pp, back cover chipped & separating. In homemade slipcase. (#1506002) $31.39
34. Agriculture, U. S. Dept. of). WATER -- YEARBOOK OF AGRICULTURE 1955. Wash. D.C., 1948, 1948. First Edition. Book. Pictorial cloth (drawing of Bossie against watery background). 751pp. Illust. Dozens of chapters, including one by Charles M. Russell authority, Frederic Renner. Near fine. (#8902004) $5.41
35. Ahlborn, Richard E. (Ed.). MAN MADE MOBILE Early Saddles of Western North America. Wash. D. C.: Smithsonian, 1980. First Edition. Book. 4to pictorial wraps. 147pp. Thoroughly illustrated with b/w photos, prints, & drawings. An important & much sought history & reference of the subject. Fine, LIKE NEW. (#SHEL994) $34.45
36. Aikens, Andrew J. & Proctor, Lewis A. MEN OF PROGRESS. WISCONSIN. A Selected List of Biographical Sketches and Portraits of the LEADERS IN BUSINESS, PROFESSIONAL AND OFFICIAL LIFE. Together With Short Notes on the History and Character of Wisconsin. Evening Wisconsin Company, Milwaukee, 1897, 1897. First Edition. Book. 1st edition. Gilt-stamped & decorative blind-stamped quarto with gilt-stamped new leather spine. 640pp. Illustrated with approx. 2 3/4" x 3/ 1/2" half-tone portraits. Index of approximately 475 men. Original marbled endpapers. All edges gilt. pp. 9-15 on Wisconsin history, the rest extensive biographical information. A fatherlode of information on Wisconsin men over 100 years ago. Near fine. Quite rare. (#0309004) $426.46
37. Ainsworth, Ed. THE COWBOY IN ART. World, Cleveland, 1969, 1969. Book. 2nd printing. Gilt-stamped 4to cloth. 242pp. Nicely illustrated in color & b/w. Index. Foreword by John Wayne. A well-respected and written survey. Material on Oklahoma included. Fine in very slightly worn pc dj. (#0711425) $11.25
38. ALABAMA). BAYLEY'S MENU, Theodore, Alabama. Theodore AL: Bayley's, 1960. Paper. Circa 1960 tri-fold menu in tan & brown. Bayley's, near Bellingrath Gardens. Has map. Along with clean, folded Bayley's paper place mat. In printed Bayley's envelope with couple of ink notes on it & #29 in felt ink. (#5015037) $10.00
39. Alamo, The); Atkinson's Saturday Evening Post. HORRIBLE BUTCHERY Highly Important from Texas, etc. Phila: Atkinson's, 1836. First Thus. Book. Original, April 16, 1836 issue of the newspaper. Large folio (19" x @26", opens to double that), 4pp. One unrelated illus. Many ads. Page 2 includes about four-fifths column which leads with the attack on Bexar & primarily reports on the defeat at the Alamo. It reports the deaths of Crockett, Bowie, & Travis. Second part of the column is credited to New Orleans Bulletin & has reports that Bowie & Travis killed themselves. A letter from Sam Houston to J. W. Fanning, Jr., "Commanding at Goliad", is printed. This paper on the masthead bills itself as "A Family Newspaper, Devoted to Literature, Science, Morality, News, Agriculture, and Amusement." This original copy in remarkably good condition with minor split at a couple of folds & short edge tears on second leaf. Very little foxing. A rare Alamo related item. (#1506003) $209.30
40. Alamo, The). Denny Morrison, et. al. A NEWS RELEASE JOHN WAYNE'S "THE ALAMO." NY & Beverly Hills: Russell Birdwell, 1960. First Edition. Book. 4to pictorial wraps. 184pp. Illustrated with full page half-tone b/w prints of the actors & sets/on location from the filming of the movie, & other promotional portraits & photos. Ink stamp & label from Edmunds Bookshop, Hollywood. fos/date inside front cover. This item is a typed, reproduced, & bound copy of an elaborate promotional for the famous movie starring John Wayne, Richard Widmark, Lawrence Harvey, Richard Boone, Chill Wills, Joan O'Brian, Ken Curtis, Frankie Avalon, et. al . It includes lists of cast, characters, & film makers, & has chapters on the Alamo's historical background, data on the heroes (including a complete roster of those who died & where they were from), women of the Alamo, preparation for filming, vignettes about the cast, author of the screenplay, & more. It also includes "John Wayne's Salute to Texas," & "John Ford's Tribute to 'The Alamo.'" The photos alone make this a desirable book, & include such exposures as The Duke (Producer & Director) behind a camera calling for "Action!" A well-used copy with cover creases, moderate corner staining to last few pages, & last 30pp of text with upper corner bump/crease. A good, tight copy & quite scarce. (#9705007) $147.62
41. Alaska). ALASKAN BOUNDARY TRIBUNAL Proceedings of the (Tribunal) Convened at London Volumes I & Appendix. Wash D. C.: Gov't Printing Office, 1904. First Edition. Book. 1st printing. 1/2 leather & marbled boards & endpapers. 97pp + 106pp + 550pp. Senate Documents Vol. 15, 58th Congress, Second Session. A wealth of information. Library stamps on edges. Board nearly detached; just holding. Fair. (#1408005) $20.01
42. Alaska). ALASKAN EARTHQUAKE PICTORIAL. Color Art Printing Co., Anchorage, 1964, 1964. First Edition. Book. Quarto b/w with color outline wraps. 47pp. Illustrated with b/w photos. Map. Vg+. (#0611005b) $14.58
43. Alaska). EXPLORATION IN ALASKA CAPTAIN COOK COMMEMORATIVE LECTURES June - November 1978. Cook Inlet Hist. Soc., Anchorage, 1980, 1980. First Edition. Book. Oblong pictorial wraps. 219pp. Illust. Index. Sections: I: Exploration and Captain Cook. II: Other Explorers. III: Exploration and the Alaskan Native. A great publication full of scholarly information. Lower front corner creased, else vg. (#0611006) $14.76
44. Alaska). ALASKA HIGHWAY DIRECTORY. n. p., Alaska Highway Travel Bureau, ca 1947, 1947. First Thus. Book. Tall brown pictorial wraps. 49pp. One inside photo (Construction, 1942). Lots of ads. Ink name on lower front cover, with "Dawson Creek B.C.". Accommodation & mileage chart. Interesting printed vignettes. Lightly soiled. Vg. Scarce. (#0611004) $32.80
45. Alberta). Hamilton, Dorothy I. ALBERTA FOLKLORE AND LOCAL HISTORY COLLECTION (Signed). Univ. of Alberta, Edmonton, 1966, 1966. First Edition. Book. 4to pictorial wraps. 33pp. Illustrated with vintage photos, prints, & drawings. Map. Signed by Hamilton, the Rare Books & Archives Librarian of the Univ. of Alberta Library. "Special Issue, Vol. 2, No. 1, March, 1966". This useful item includes one page, "Important Events in the History of Alberta". /Remainder of the book is "News from the Rare Book Room" & is essentially an extensive listing of its archives, including rare pamphlets & books dealing with the fur trade, Klondike gold rush, cattle trade, pioneer life, etc.. It includes references to the legendary black cattleman, John Ware, Rev. George McDougall,the Ogopogo of the North Saskatchewan River (sorry, Okanagan Ogopogo, you're not exclusive), & much more. The well-known & highly esteemed Wisconsin writer & folklorist, Robert E. Gard, prior to his Wisconsin years took up the directorship of the Alberta Folklore & Local History project in 1943. Several pages are devoted to its growth under his leadership. The front cover has some old waterstain marks which discolors a few places; else very good reference copy. Very scarce. (#0408003) $32.80
46. Albritton, Claude C., Jr., Arthur Richards, Arnold L. Brokaw, John A. Reinemund. Geological Controls of Lead and Zinc Deposits in Goodsprings (Yellow Pine) District, Nevada. USGS, Wash. D. C., 1954, 1954. First Edition. Book. Gray printed wraps. 111pp. Index. Maps. Tables. This booklet, bulletin 1010, has geological information on the mines in the district, "Study of ore deposits and descriptions of the mines." Front cover with some wrinkles. Good+. ALONG WITH the called for accompanying portfolio of 30 folding maps -- some large -- of the mines of the district. All in fine condition. The plain gray box for the maps is faded & is split & taped along one edge at the top. Scarce. (#AV4.010) $47.83
47. Alcala, Kathleen. THE DESERT REMEMBERS MY NAME On Family and Writing. Univ of Arizona, Tucson, 2007, 2007. First Edition. Book. 1st printing. Trade pictorial wraps. 204pp. Signed & dated by Alcala soon after publication. "lyrical and entirely absorbing personal essays by the esteemed Chicana writer adn gifted storyteller..." Fine, like new. (#5007053) $18.23
48. Alexander, Alma. WORLDWEAVERS Spellspam (Signed). New York: Eos, 2008. First Edition. Book. 437 pp. Signed & dated by Alexander shortly after publication. "What do you get when ordinary e-mail spam becomes infused with magic? Spellspam -- and it's not supposed to exist." Fine, like new in dj. (#5022013) $28.35
49. Alexander, Bob. FEARLESS DAVE ALLISON: Border Lawman. Silver City: High Lonesome Books, 2003. First Thus. Book. 1st printing of soft cover edition. Pictorial wraps. 285pp. Illus. Endnotes. Bibliography. Index. Fine. (#1408006) $10.01
50. Alexander, Bob. JOHN H. BEHAN Sacrificed Sheriff. Silver City: High Lonesome Books, 2002. First Thus. Book. 1st trade paper edition. Pictorial wraps. 307pp. Illust. Bibliography. Index. Intro by Paula Mitchell Marks. "This is the Western lawman that everyone has heard of but no one knows" --- until now. Fine. (#1011004) $12.16
51. Alexander, Bryan & Cherry.

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