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Image for Frontier Times Magazine - Non-Fiction, November (Nov.) 1966: Clay Allison - Cowboy and Gunfighter

Frontier Times Magazine - Non-Fiction, November (Nov.) 1966: Clay Allison - Cowboy and Gunfighter

By: Gipson, Fred; Thorp, Raymond W.; Lyon, Howard E.; Ball, Eve; Parrish, Joe K.; Schoenberger, Dale; et al

Price: $129.95

Publisher: USA, Western: 1966

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 823h2387

Condition: Good


72 pages. Many black and white reproductions of fascinating archival photos. Features: Robert Clay Allison (The Wild Wolf) - the cowboy gunfighter born near Waynesboro in Wayne County, Tennessee; The Early Cattle Trails - Three Mountain Road, Wilderness Road and Bay State Cowpath were forerunners of the Longhorn highways; Dakota Mail Riflers and Special Agent John B. Furay; A Hallway in Hades - Quicksilver/Mercury discovery on a section of land owned by Howard E. Perry east of Terlingua, a hamlet of jacals in the Big Bend in Brewster County, Texas; A Man the Earth Talked To - Senator John He... View more info

Image for The Wide World Magazine - December 1925: Vol. LVI  No. 333

The Wide World Magazine - December 1925: Vol. LVI No. 333

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $195.95

Publisher: London, George Newnes Limited: 1925

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 123a9659

Condition: Fair


Features: The Mine that Disappeared - a story related by a mining engineer about the Bocanegra Mine; Casshel's Escape - the story of Ernest Casshel, one of the few criminals to ever escape from the "North-West Mounted" (locale - Calgary, Alberta); On the trail of the Dinosaur - a recent expedition into the Colorado River section of the great American Desert, in the State of Arizona, claims to have found not only fossil tracks of the three-toed dinosaur, but a rock-carving of a dinosaur - a picture which man could not have made unless he had seen the reptile he attempted to portray - ph... View more info

Image for True West Magazine, December 1979

True West Magazine, December 1979

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: USA, Western Publications: 1979

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 821a2132

Condition: Good


Features: Garett's Death - Conspiracy or Doublecross? - Patrick F. Garrett; Scotty Lovelock's Mysterious Assayer - Andrew H. Scott; Queen Caches in the Old West; Hunting Redskins and Their Nests - Colonel George Hunter in Washington state; Roaming the Back Country - "Chicken Red"; On to Telluride and Gold! - Julius Hansen; Ross' Bad Leg - Ross Estes; Rainbow Over the Dragoons - Courtland, Arizona; The Legacy of Jean Lafitte - in the Neutral Strip of Louisiana; Hudson's Bay Company - oldest and most powerful North American Enterprise. Light wear. Unmarked. Quality copy. View more info

Image for Chip Chats Magazine, March/April 1990

Chip Chats Magazine, March/April 1990

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $49.95

Publisher: USA, National Wood Carver's Association: 1990

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 822a2861

Condition: Good


112 pages. Great Marilyn Monroe sculpture on front cover. Features: John Kittelson and his outstanding harness horses; Chris Rees; Arizona Show; Realistic Flowers; Carved Wooden Swans; Jim Stadtlander; North Jersey Show; Let's Carve - Noah's Ark Directions; Keith Morrill Salute; Vern Monroe; Mike Meyer of the Ray Meyer Sign Company; Carving Crayfish - Melvin W. Gann; Mora of the Swedish Lake District (Dalarna); Knots Bring out some of the very Best; Carved Floral Reliefs; Carousel Auction Record in Big Apple; Empire State Carousel progress; Decorative Designs for Furniture and how to draw yo... View more info

Image for Chip Chats Magazine, May/June 1988

Chip Chats Magazine, May/June 1988

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $59.95

Publisher: USA, National Wood Carver's Association: 1988

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 822a2873

Condition: Very Good


88 pages. Features: Desiree Hajny - carver extraordinaire; Carving the historic Western Face; Direct Carving Green or Seasoned Timber; Work Moving on Empire State Carousel; Let's Carve - a little girl; Noah Weiss - Pennsylvania Folk Whittler; Information on detail master burning pens (cont'd from last issue); Arizona's first lady of wood carving - Mae Johnson; Prosit! - carve a wooden frog tankard; Many show photos and reports; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. View more info

Image for American Indian Art Magazine, Winter 2004

American Indian Art Magazine, Winter 2004

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $49.95

Publisher: USA, American Indian Art Magazine: 2004

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 844g0613

Condition: Good


112 pages. Features: Early Native American Collections in Deerfield; Arizona State Museum's Textiles and the "Southwest-Northwest" Continuum; Exhibition Review of Continuum - 12 artists at the George Gustav Heye Center, Part 1; The Art of History - Lakota Winter Counts; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. View more info