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b&w photo illus. Very Good/ Very Good. 209, Tan spine with brown title. Spine is cocked. Very slight shelf wear and wear to binding. Interior is very clean and bright. Dj has price clipped, faint stains and a few small tears; wrapped in brodart.
Good in good dust jacket. I6-DJ is mylar protected. DJ has label on the lower spine, wrinkling, chipping, crease and some tears on the edges and corners, some stains, inside flaps glued to the fixed endpapers, discoloration, and normal shelf wear otherwise good. Book has chipping and wear on the cover edges and corners, library stamping on the top and bottom page edges, title page, and back loose endpaper with label and cardholder adhered, some soiling on the top of the right side page edges, some stains, discoloration, and normal shelf wear otherwise good. Foreword by Wayne Gard.
Fully Illustrated With Monochrome Photographs; Bok Design By Ward Ritchie; Maps By Jose Cisneros. Near Fine in Very Good DJ in Very Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. "Sue Flanagan focuses her camera skilfully on the three major cattle trails [Goodnight-Loving, Chisholm, Western] to capture 'the lasting spell cast by a land that is different from drover days, yet the same. ' Her narrative and photographic artistry touch almost every frontier process on the Plains, spreading a panorama of the historic movement that led Texas to postwar recovery and formed the basis for the state's development."-front flap. xx, 212pp. Printed on Warren's Patina Coate Matte, set in Eleven-Point Waverly with one-point leading on Intertype by G&S Typesetter, Austin. Book designed by Ward Ritchie. Maps by Jose Cisneros. Sixth book produced by Madrona Press. Gray/brown cloth, gilt spine lettering, gilt front cover longhorn design, brown endpapers. Dust jacket price is clipped. Gift inscription front endpaper o/w Book is Fine. Dust jacket has minor shelfwear, slight spine fade, small brown spot to front panel bottom edge, but the dj is bright and fully intact.
Near Fine in Very Good jacket. Several small stains to the fore-edge. Tiny nick top-edge near spine. Binding tight and square. Clean interior with no marks, writing, or stains. Jacket price-clipped and has several tiny edge tears. Protected in a new mylar cover now. 209 pages, illustrated with numerous photos by the author. Illustrated maps of the cattle trails followed: Goodnight-Loving Trail, Chisholm Trail, and the Western Trail. Includes Notes, Notes to Photograph Captions, Bibliography, and Index. The author travelled thousands of miles through nine states to photograph and collect material on the three major cattle trails. Her scholarship produced this comprehensive document of the Longhorn cattle trails, which gave rise to the modern cowboy.
Photos by Flanagan, Sue. Very Good in Very Good jacket. Sm4to from 9" to 11" xx, 209 pp, brown cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering on the spine & gilt illustration of longhorn's head on the front cover, white dj w/black-and-white photo of water crossing by longhorns & trail drivers & photo of longhorns on the rear panel. The author focused on three of the major cattle trails to tell the story of the drives. She traveled thousands of miles to find surviving trail landmarks in nine states. dj price-clipped, .
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