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Fort Custer on the Big Horn, 11877 - 1898. Echoes of the Little Big Horn Series Number Six ( 6 )

By Upton, Richard compiler and editor.

El Segundo, CA: Upton and Sons, 2013. Second edition. Hardcover. Very good/very good. Octavo (standard size). Slight wear to edges and corners of boards and dust jacket. 316 p. w/ extended introduction, illus., maps, bibliography, index. An expansion of Upton's 1973 work on this frontier fort along the Little Big Horn River.

$40.00

Custer Catastrophe at the Little Big Horn 1876 : Early Rare Accounts and Publications by Early Writers That Form the Basis of Much of the Current Books and Programs of Today

By Compiled and introduction by Richard Upton

El Segundo, CA: Upton and Sons, Publishers, 2012. First edition. Hardcover. Very good/very good. Quarto (oversized). Slight wear to edges and corners of boards and dust jacket. SIGNED by the author on the limitation page, but not numbered, so an extra copy. 204 p. w/ a few illustrations, index. 9 uncommon early articles or pamphlet here brought together for easy reference.

$45.00

Tucson : The Old Pueblo

By Lockwood, Dean Frank C. and Captain Donald W. page

Phoenix, AZ: the author(s) / Manufacturing Stationers, ca. 1930. First edition. Hardcover in full cloth. Good. No dust jacket, as Issued. Thin octavo (standard size). Some wear to edges and corners of boards, more so to head and heel of spine. Endpapers are a bit browned, the flyleaf heavily so. 94 p. w/ a number of photographic illustrations. SIGNED by author Lockwood on flyleaf and dated Feb. 11 1933 at Tucson. Also, previous owner has glued an envelope to first pastedown from Lockwood dated Feb 20 1933 (in a Univ. of Arizona envelope) addressed to Capt. Howard L. Barlow, Police dept., Los Angeles, CA. Barlow was a finger print expert with the department, and the letter discusses the interest that Lockwood's wife and daughter have in the Proceeedings of a crime conference. The book itself is a survey of the history, settlers, officials and happeneings in old Tucson, before approx. 1890.

$85.00

Pioneer Days in Arizona : From the Spanish Occupation to Statehood

By Lockwood, Frank C.

New York, NY: The Macmillan Company, 1932. First edition. Hardcover in blue cloth binding. Good without dust jacket. Octavo. Wear to edges of boards with tears in binding on heel of spine and some scuffing and dirt to covers. Name of previous owner written on front pastedown endpaperin ink. Page edges are browned. Last few pages have not been cut along fore-edges. 387 pages with illustrations and index.

$25.00

Women Tell the Story of the Southwest.

By Wooten, Mattie Lloyd, editor.

San Antonio, Texas: The Naylor Company, 1940. First edition. Cloth. Good octavo hardcover in red cloth binding without dust jacket. Some wear and rubbing along edges of boards with bumping to head and heel of spine and on corners of panels. Slight twist to spine. Scuffing to covers with browning along edges. Page edges are browned and lightly foxed. Name of previous owner on front free endpaper. Stain on page 191. 394 pages with illustrations, footnotes, glossary, and index.

$60.00