Fair. NOT ex-library. No dust jacket. Half-title page nearly detached. Covers lightly shelfworn. All items shipped within 2 business days and guaranteed. Proceeds benefit the Pima County Public Library, serving the greater Tucson area.
Good. Octavo. Hardcover Cloth. Second Printing. 1939. Text in English 244 pp. Bound in original tan illustrated cloth. Cover shows light wear and soiling. Interior text and illustrations are clean throughout. Binding solid. Offered by the Antiquarian, Rare, and Collectible department of Better World Books. Your purchase benefits global literacy programs. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
Very Good. Size: 8vo 8"-9" tall; Sturdy, attractive, tightly bound, internally clean hardcover copy, with unbruised tips, neat and tidy paste-downs; not ex-library, with neither highlighting nor underlining. Published in First Edition state by the Clarendon Press, Clarendon, Texas, 1938. Beautifully illustrated by H.D. Bugbee. Volume contains scholarly apparatus in the form of, e.g., notes, index, and bibliography. 244 pp.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Clarendon, 1938. 8vo, cloth with jacket, 244 pp. A very good plus copy with light normal wear in a very good minus jacket with a chip at head of spine. Inscribed by the author on front free endpaper.
Bugbee, H.D. Very Good + in Very Good jacket. First edition, hardcover, has light lean to spine, previous owner's inscription to first free endpage, and faint sunning to spine and edges of boards, otherwise a solid, sharp VG+ copy in VG dust jacket which is slightly too short, has tiny chips to spine ends and corners, some slight edgewear, slight sunning to spine, and some very faint rubbing.
Bugbee, Harold D. Very Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Signed & Inscribed By Author 244pp.; HB lt. brwn. w/brwn.; some rub w/some wear on edges&corners; PONft. pastedwn.; clean, tight pgs. "A little history of the Texas Panhandle during those romantic years when grass was free and the frontier was a single, boundless range of prairie and plain." illus. signed.
Bugbee, H.D. Very Good. No Dust Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. "A little history of the Texas Panhandle during those romantic years when grass was free and the frontier was a single, boundless range of prairie and plain", from front page opposite title page. 244 pp. Second printing. Tan cloth boards with brown print and illustration by Texas artist H. D. Bugbee, whose drawings are used throughout book. Clean and crisp with tanned page edges. Very slight right lean and light edge wear. No dust jacket.
Very Good in Good jacket. Inscribed by Author. Clarendon, 1938. 8vo, cloth with jacket, 244 pp. First edition. Warmly inscribed by Lewis to his friend Meg Hines. A very good copy with some foxing to page edges and endpapers in a good plus jacket with a chip with tape repair to head of spine. A nice copy of the first edition.
Bugbee, H. D. Very Good in good+ jacket. 8vo-Over 8"-9" Tall. xviii, 244 pp, brown cloth covered boards w/black lettering & illustration, light brown dj w/dark brown lettering & illustrated front & rear panels. The story of the Texas Panhandle during those romantic years when grass was free, and the frontier was a single, boundless range of prairie and plain. It tells of the buffalo who first grazed the grasslands of the High Plains, of the Comanche who followed wherever the bison led, of the hunter who cleared the way for the lonhorn, of the cowboy who became a king on horseback, and of the nester who ploughed under the sod of his feudal domain. The author moved as a bride to the center of the historic old Spur Ranch which at that time was forty miles lomg and thirty miles long. SIGNED by Tom and Ann Bugbee. This volume contains intro by John McCarty, includes a list of illustrations & uses Roman numerals on contents page, Herd #1330. Chaptetr XII contains some material on gunmen, Six-Guns #1331. dj chips along the top edge.
H.D. Bugbee. Near Fine in Very Good + jacket. A tight, solid copy of the 1938 1st edition. Clean and Near Fine in a bright, VG+ dustjacket, with light chipping to the spine crown and light wear along the upper tips. Octavo, 244 pgs. "A story of the Texas Panhandle during those romantic years when grass was free, and the frontier was a single, boundless range of prairie and plain." (from the front cover).
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