Very Good + in very good + jacket. Tales of Lost Mines and Buried Treasures of the Southwest. 329 pp. Third hardcover printing (1984). Reprint of the 1930 edition. In Very Good+ dust jacket. (Barker Texas History Center Series) Dobie tells the story (legend? ) of the lost mines of the San Saba and Llano rivers and other tales of buried treasures.
Shaw, Charles. Very Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 8"-9" Tall Octavo. 329 pp, quarterbound w/tan marbled papercovered boards w/rust cloth covered spine w/black rectangle for title on the spine. The story of those who, for four centuries, have sought treasure in the fabulous lost mines of the Southwest. Book presents a thousand exciting incidents. Reprint of Cook #8. All the tales of lost mines and buried treasure in Legends of Texas were incorporated in Coronado's Children.
Very Good- in Good jacket. Privately owned. First thus. Nice solid copy with one bumped corner, minor shelf wear and a small stain along bottom page edges. Unclipped dj has a light stain on front cover, wear to edges, one tiny chip.
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