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 Wednesday, November 22, 2017

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Santa Fe. The City in Photographs. Santa Fe Fotowest Publishing: 1984. A beautiful collection of Santa Fe scenes and people, and scenes with people, splendidly photographed by William Clark, Edward Klamm, Jack Parsons and Bernard Plossu. Softcover. 8.5"x8", 72 pages, color illustrations. Fine.

Inventory #: 35416
Price: $ 20.00       

Klappholz, Lowell (ed.) Gold! Gold! New York Robert M. McBride Co.: 1959. First edition. "From Sutter's Mill in 1848 to Cape Nome in 1898, the trails of the North American continent were blazed by hardy pioneers whose lustful search for gold opened the western territories and the hinterlands of Canada and Alaska...". The editor reprints many firsthand written accounts. Hardcover. 5.5"x8.5", 207 pages, b/w illustrations, dj a fine copy in a lightly worn jacket.

Inventory #: 1608
Price: $ 25.00       

Rakocy, Bill. The Kid. Billy the Kid. El Paso Bravo Press: 1985. An interesting hodgepodge - a scrapbook, typescript of documents -obviously a labor of love rather than a deeply scholarly tome. Quirky and fun. Softcover. 8.5"x1", 287 pages, b/w illustrations covers worn, some soil this is the version without the original watercolor, but there is a quick sketch on the endpaper signed and dated 1989.

Inventory #: 2653
Price: $ 30.00       

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