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Peterson, Guy L.  FORT COLLINS: the Post … the Town.  Covering painting, M.C. Luther.  Illustrations: Derek Fitz James.  The Old Army Press: Fort Collins, Colorado, 1972, 1st hardback edition.  Citizen Printing and Publishing.  Signed by author. Original blue cloth binding; gold print on cover and spine; 80 pages; foldout map; illustrations.  Fine in near fine dust jacket.  Price: $50.00

Peterson, Nancy M.  WESTERN RIVER COLLECTION.  Illustrated by Asa Battles.  #030 of 500.  Three Volumes.  1) PEOPLE OF THE TROUBLED WATER: A Missouri River Journal.  Renaissance House, Publishers: A Division of Jende-Hagan, Inc.: Frederick , Colorado , 1st printing October 1988, signed by author and illustrator.  Original black cloth binding with gold print on front cover and spine; 153 pages.  Very fine in fine dust jacket.  2) PEOPLE OF THE MOONSHELL: A Western River Journal.  Original black hardbound binding with copper print on front cover and spine; 163 pages, plus index.  Second printing, January 1985.  Very fine in very fine dust jacket.  Signed by author and illustrator.  3) PEOPLE OF THE OLD MISSOURY: Years of Conflict.  Original black cloth binding with silver print on front cover and spine; 192 pages.  First printing September 1989.  Signed by author and illustrator.  Very fine in very fine dust jacket.  Slipcase in very fine condition, signed by author and illustrator.  Price: $150.00

Pettem, Silvia.  RED ROCKS TO RICHES: Gold Mining in Boulder County (Colorado),Then and Now.  Stonehenge Books: Denver, Colorado, 1980, 1st printing.  Inscribed by author.  WESType Publishing Services, Inc., Boulder, Colorado.  Original illustrated tan wrappers; 123 pages; illustrated.  Fine condition.  Price: $35.00

Phillips County Colorado Historical Society.  THOSE WERE THE DAYS.  Printed and bound by Holyoke Enterprise Printing Co.: Holyoke, Colorado, 1973, 1st printing.  Original illustrated tan wrappers; 174 pages; illustrated.  History of Phillips County, Colorado.  Price: $50.00

Phipps, Lawrence C., Jr.  FORTY YEARS OF THE ARAPAHOE HUNT.  Including a Quarter Century of the Arapahoe Hunt by W.W. Grant.  Privately printed.  Unnumbered limited edition.  Original red cloth binding; 112 pages; gold print on cover and spine.  Fine condition, no dust jacket.  Price: $35.00

Piercy, Frederick.  ROUTE FROM LIVERPOOL TO GREAT SALT LAKE VALLEY, ILLUSTRATED, with Steel Engravings and Wood Cuts from Sketches … A Geographical and Historical Description of Utah , and a Map of the Overland Routes to that Territory from the Missouri River.  Edited by James Linforth. Liverpool: Published by Franklin D. Richards.  London: Latter-Day Saints’ Book Depot, 1855.  Facsimile of this volume reproduced by Westernlore Press: Los Angeles, 1959.  Black hardback binding; 120 pages, with foldout map and illustrations.  Near fine condition.  Price: $150.00

Pohanka, Brian C., editor.  NELSON A. MILES: A Documentary Biography of His Military Career, 1861 – 1903.  In collaboration with John M. Carroll.  Foreword by Robert M. Utley.  The Arthur H. Clark Company: Glendale, California, 1985, 1st edition.  Original blue cloth binding with gold print on spine; 327 pages; illustrated.  Very fine in very fine dust jacket.  Price: $75.00

Powell, J.W.  SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY TO THE SECRETARY OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, 1880 – ‘81.  Washington: Government Printing Office, 1883.  Original olive cloth binding with gold embossing on cover and spine; 477 pages; complete with all plates and illustrations.  Zuni Fetiches.  Myths of the Iroquois.  Animal Carvings from the Mounds of the Mississippi Valley.  Navajo Silversmiths.  Art in Shell of the Ancient Americans.  Illustrated Catalogue of the Collections obtained from the Indians of New Mexico and Arizona in 1879.  Illustrated Catalogue of the Collections obtained from the Indians of New Mexico in 1880.  Condition: very good plus to near fine.  Price: $250.00

Powell, J.W.  THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY TO THE SECRETARY OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, 1881 – ‘82. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1884.  Original olive cloth binding with gold embossing on cover and spine; 606 pages; complete with all plates and illustrations.  Notes on Certain Maya and Mexican Manuscripts.  On Masks, Labrets, and Certain Aboriginal Customs. Omaha Sociology.  Navajo Weavers.  Illustrated Catalogue of a Portion of the Collections obtained made during the field season of 1881, by W.H. Holmes.  Illustrated Catalogue of the Collections obtained from the Pueblos of New Mexico and Arizona in 1881.  Condition: good plus to very good; some dampstaining on covers, but none affecting in interior; bottom of binding spine frayed.  Price: $200.00

Propst, Nell Brown.  FORGOTTEN PEOPLE: A History of the South Platte Trail.  Foreword by James Terrell King.  Pruett Publishing Company: Boulder, Colorado, 1979, 1st edition.  Original brown hardback binding with gold print on spine; 244 pages; illustrated.  Fine in fine dust jacket.  Price: $85.00

Prosser, Glenn.  THE SAGA OF BLACK CANYON : The Story of the MacGregors in Estes Park (Colorado).  Privately published, 1971, 1st printing.  Original illustrated wrappers; illustrated; unpaginated (approximately 60 pages).  Near fine condition.  Price: $25.00

Raynor, David E., compiler, and Susman, Graham.  HISTORY OF COLUMBINE LODGE NO. 147, A.F.&A.M., 1916 – 1960.  Privately printed, 1960, 1st edition.  Original blue hardback binding; gold print on cover and spine; 131 pages; illustrated.  Near fine condition, no dust jacket.  Price: $75.00

Repplier, F.O.   AS A TOWN GROWS: The Schools of Boulder, Colorado in the Pageant of the Years 1860 – 1959.  Published June 1959, by School District No., Boulder County, Colorado.  Original beige cloth binding; red print on front cover and spine; 236 pages; illustrated.  Fine in fine dust jacket.  Price: $45.00

Rickel, Wesley Kellogg, editor.  ONE HUNDRED ELEVEN TREES: A Compilation of Biographies by The Memorial Tree Planting Committee of the Fort Morgan (Colorado) Heritage Foundation, Inc.  Privately published, 1976, 1st edition.  Original illustrated stiff white covers; 274 pages; illustrated.  Fine condition, no dust jacket.  Price: $50.00

Risley, James H.  HOW IT GREW: A History of the Pueblo Public Schools.  The University of Denver Press : Denver, Colorado, 1953, 1st edition.  Original red cloth binding; gold print on spine; 335 pages; illustrated.  Fine in near fine dust jacket.  Price: $95.00

Rittenhouse, Jack D.  THE SANTA FE TRAIL: A Historical Bibliography.  The University of New Mexico Press: Albuquerque, 1971, 1st edition.  Original green cloth binding with gold print on spine; 271 pages.  Fine in near fine dust jacket.  Price: $125.00

Roberts, Helen H.  BASKETRY OF THE SAN CARLOS APACHE INDIANS.  Reprint of the 1929 edition by The Rio Grande Press, Inc.: Glorietta, New Mexico, 1974 2nd printing.  Original aquamarine hardback covers; copper and red print on front cover and spine; 218 pages; maps on endpapers; illustrated.  Fine condition.  Price: $40.00

Robertson, Clyde .  THE YELLOW WITCH: Ballads About Gold.  Loker Raley: New York, 1940, 1st edition.  Colorado poetry, including verses about Tin Cup and the Matchless Mine.  Original blue cloth binding with yellow label tipped onto front cover and spine; 80 pages.  Near fine.  Price: $30.00

Rockwell, Wilson.  SUNSET SLOPE: True Epics of Western Colorado.  Jacket and cover design by Velda L. Anglin.  Big Mountain Press: Denver, Colorado, 1956, 1st edition; 290 pages; illustrated.  Original illustrated blue cloth binding.  Near fine in very good plus dust jacket.  Price: $75.00

Rogers, James Grafton.  THE GOLDENROD LODE: A Frontier Drama in Verse.  Written for The Cactus Club of Denver, by James Grafton Rogers and performed by The Club in its outdoor theatre in the Rocky Mountains, September 4, 1920.  Printed for The Cactus Club, Denver: 1920. 1st printing.  Original tan hardcover binding with printed label tipped on front cover; 50 pages.  Near fine condition.  Price: $50.00

Ross, Alexander.  THE FUR HUNTERS OF THE FAR WEST.  Edited by Kenneth A. Spaulding.  University of Oklahoma: Norman, 1956, 1st edition.  Original cloth binding; 304 pages; illustrated.  Fine in near fine dust jacket.  Price: $65.00

Ross, Marvin C., editor.  GEORGE CATLIN: Episodes from Life Among the Indians and Last Rambles.  University of Oklahoma Press: Norman, 1959, 1st edition.  Original green cloth binding; black and gold print on spine; 357 pages; illustrated.  Fine in very good plus dust jacket.  Price: $95.00

Russell, Carl P.  TRAPPER TRAILS TO THE SISK-KE-DEE.  Reprint from Annals of Wyoming, Volume 17, No. 2, July 1945.  1st separate printing.  Original printed wrappers.  Pages 89 - 105.  Printed by The Wyoming Labor Journal, Cheyenne, Wyoming.  Two one-page maps.  Inscribed by author.  Very good plus condition.  Price: $35.00

Russell, Virgil Y.  INDIAN ARTIFACTS.  With Pen Sketches by Stella L. Russell.  Johnson Publishing Company: Boulder, Colorado, 2nd printing, 1953.  Original brown hardback binding; gold print on front cover and spine; 140 pages; illustrated.  Fine in near fine dust jacket.  Price: $45.00

Sabin, Edwin L.  WILD MEN OF THE WILD WEST.  Thomas Y. Crowell Company: New York, 1929.  Vail-Ballou Press, New York.  Original illustrated hardcover binding; 363 pages; illustrations by Mabel Pugh.  Very good plus to near fine condition; no dust jacket.  Price: $55.00

Sabin, Marion Savage.  PALMER LAKE: A Historical Narrative.  Edited by Lloyd McFarling.  Sage Books: Denver, Colorado, 1957, 1st edition.  Original blue cloth binding; blue print on cover and spine; 116 pages; illustrated.  Fine in fine dust jacket.  Price: $35.00

Sarchet, Fancher.  MURDER AND MIRTH: The Story of a Colorado Trial Lawyer.  Sage Books: Denver, Colorado, 1956, 1st edition.  Original beige cloth binding with brown print on cover and spine; 261 pages.  Fine in near fine dust jacket.  Price: $65.00

Scamehorn, Howard L., editor and introduction.  THE BUCKEYE ROVERS IN THE GOLD RUSH: An Edition of Two Diaries.  Wyoming and California.  Ohio University Press: Athens, Ohio, 1965, 1st edition.  Original illustrated cloth binding; 195 pages; maps.  Fine in fine price-clipped dust jacket.  Price: $35.00

Scamehorn, H. Lee.  THE COLORADO FUEL AND IRON COMPANY, 1872 – 1903.  Pruett Publishing Company: Boulder, Colorado, 1976, 1st edition.  Original blue hardback with gold print on spine; 231 pages; illustrated.  Fine in near fine dust jacket.  Price: $75.00

Schaefer, Lyle L.  FAITH TO MOVE MOUNTAINS: A History of the Colorado District of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod from the earliest mission work, 1872 – 1968.  Published by The Colorado District, Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod: Denver, Colorado, 1969, 1st edition.  Johnson Publishing Company: Boulder, Colorado.  Original green cloth binding; gold print on front cover and spine; 233 pages;  illustrated.  Inscribed by author.  Fine in near fine dust jacket.  Price: $85.00

Schaeffer, L.M.  SKETCHES OF TRAVELS IN SOUTH AMERICA, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA.  New York : James Egbert, Printer, 321 Pearl Street; 1860, first edition.  Original maroon cloth; gold print on spine; 247 pages.  Very good plus condition.  Price: $100.00

Schmitt, Martin F.  and Brown, Dee.  FIGHTING INDIANS OF THE WEST.  Charles Scribner’s Sons: New York ; Charles Scribner’s Sons, Ltd.: London; 1948, 1st edition.  Original illustrated hardback binding; 362 pages; maps on endpapers; illustrated.  Near fine condition.  Price: $45.00

Schoberlin, Melvin.  ROADS and Other Lines.  The Mogollon Press: Denver, Colorado, 1939, 1st printing.  #85 of 222 copies.  Printed at the State College of Education Press, Greeley, Colorado.  Signed by author.  Original illustrated green wrappers; 36 pages.  Fine condition: $100.00

Schoolland, John B.  BOULDER THEN AND NOW: Picturesque Boulder and Gems of Boulder County.  Pruett Press: Boulder, Colorado, 1967, 1st edition.  Original green hardback binding; silver print on front cover and spine; 270 pages; illustrated.  Fine in near fine dust jacket.  Price: $145.00

Schoolland, John B.  A PIONEER CHURCH, being a Reverently Realistic Account of the First Presbyterian Church of Boulder, Colorado in its Total Pioneer Origin, 1872 – 1972.  Printed by the Johnson Publishing Company, Boulder, Colorado, 1972, 1st edition.  Original blue cloth binding; gold print on cover and spine; 183 pages; illustrated.  Fine in near fine condition.  Price: $35.00

Schultz, Molly Marr.  TENDERFOOT SCHOOLMARM: An Autobography.  Edited and with an Introduction and Afterword by Eileen Schultz Tarcay.  Privately published, 1977, 1st printing.  Historical background: mountains of western Colorado and southeastern mountains of Utah.  Signed by editor.  Original light blue illustrated wrappers; 80 pages; illustrated.  Near fine.  Price: $32.50

Settle, Mary Lund and Raymond W.  SADDLES AND SPURS: the Pony Express Saga.  The Stackpole Company: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; 1955, 1st edition; The Telegraph Press.  Original light tan covers; dust jacket; very good plus in very good plus dust jacket.  Previous owner’s inscription on half-title page.  Several small nicks in dust jacket.  Complete with illustrations.  PRICE: $45.00

Sherman, Lt. William Tecumseh.  THE CALIFORNIA GOLD FIELDS IN 1848.  1 of 450 copies.  Frederick W. Beinecke: Christmas, 1964.  Original red wrappers; unpaginated.  Copies of letters.  Near fine condition.  Price: $35.00

Shinn, Charles Howard.  MINING CAMPS: A Study in American Frontier Government.  Introduction by Joseph Henry Jackson.  New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1948, 1st edition thus (original 1885).  Original brown cloth binding; gold print on front cover and spine; 291 pages, plus index.  Long inscription by neighbor referring to author and his personality (association copy).  Very good plus in very good dust jacket.  Price: $75.00

Shobert, Burton C.  THERE’S A GOLD MINE IN MY GARDEN.  Privately printed: Central City, Colorado, circa 1949.  Lost Gold Mine, near Central City, Gilpin County, Colorado.  Original black printed, illustrated gold wrappers; 8 pages; illustrated.  Inscribed by the author.  Very good plus condition.  Price: $35.00

Siringo, Charles A.  RIATA AND SPURS: the Story of a Lifetime Spent in the Saddle as Cowboy and Detective.  With an Introduction by Gifford and Pinchot, and with illustrations.  Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, The Riverside Press Cambridge, 1927, 1st edition.  Original brown cloth covers; 276 pages; complete with all illustrations.  Condition: light damp-wrinkling throughout book; otherwise very good condition; no dust jacket.  PRICE: $150.00

Smith, Duane A.  COLORADO MINING: A Photographic History.  University of New Mexico Press: Albuquerque, 1977, first edition.  Original white cloth binding with black print on spine; 176 pages; illustrated.  Fine in near fine dust jacket.  SOLD

Smith, Duane.  ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOOM TOWN: A History of Durango (Colorado).  University of New Mexico Press: Albuquerque, 1980, 1st edition.  Original burgundy cloth binding; gold print on spine; 215 pages; illustrated.  Fine in fine dust jacket.  SOLD

Smith, Duane A. and Wieler, Hank.  SECURE THE SHADOW: Lachlan McLean, Colorado Mining Photographer.  Colorado School of Mines Press: Golden, Colorado; 1980, 1st edition.  Original blue cloth binding; silver print on spine; 82 pages; illustrated.  Fine in fine dust jacket.  SOLD

Smith, Duane A.  SILVER SAGA: The Story of Caribou, Colorado.  Foreword by Robert G. Athearn.  Pruett Publishing Company: Boulder, Colorado, 1974, 1st edition, 1st printing.  Original silver hardback binding; red print on front cover and spine; 269 pages; illustrated.  Fine in very good plus (scuffed) dust jacket.  SOLD

Smith, Duane A.  SONG OF THE HAMMER AND DRILL: the Colorado San Juans, 1860 – 1914.  Colorado School of Mines Press: Golden, Colorado, 1982, 1st edition.  Original red cloth binding with gold print on cover and spine; 181 pages; illustrated.  Fine in fine dust jacket.  SOLD

Spaulding, Kenneth A., editor.  ON THE OREGON TRAIL: Robert Stuart’s Journey of Discovery, 1812 – 1813.  University of Oklahoma Press: Norman, 1953, 1st edition.  Original gray cloth binding; 192 pages; illustrated.  Fine in fine dust jacket.  Price: $60.00

Spence, Clark C.  MINING ENGINEERS & THE AMERICAN WEST: The Lace-Boot Brigade, 1849 – 1933.  New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1970, 1st edition.  Original tan cloth binding; 407 pages; illustrated.  Fine in fine dust jacket.  SOLD

Spencer, Elma Dill Russell.  GREEN RUSSELL AND GOLD.  Sketches and Maps by Ben Carlton Mead.  University of Texas Press, Austin and London, 1966, 1st edition.  History of the Russells of Georgia and the Colorado gold rush (Central City).  Original orange cloth binding; 239 pages; illustrated.  Fine in very good plus, price-clipped dust jacket.  Price: $35.00

Spencer, Lilian White.  PAGEANT OF COLORADO: An Epic Drama.  Music by Charles Wakefiled Cadman.  Percy Jewett Burrell, Master of the Pageant.  Presented by the People of Denver and Colorado at the City Auditorium, May 2-7, 1927.  Auspices of the Denver Music Week Association, Inc.  Authorized and Supported by the City and County of Denver.  Printed and published by Welch-Haffner Printing Company.  Original illustrated wrappers; 71 pages.  Very good plus condition.  A play about Colorado.  Price: $45.00

Sprague, Marshall.  ONE HUNDRED PLUS: A Centennial Story of Colorado Springs.  With illustrations and a map.  Colorado Springs Centennial, Inc.: Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1971, 1st edition.  Printed by Williams & Field, Inc.  Inscribed to Fred and Jo Mazzulla by Marshall Sprague. Brown hardcover edition.  Fine condition.  Price: $45.00

Spring, Agnes Wright.  COLORADO CHARLEY: Wil Bill’s Pard.  Pruett Press, Inc.: Boulder, Colorado, 1968, 1st edition.  Signed by author.  Original brown cloth covers with black print on spine; 144 pages; illustrated; in original dust jacket.  Fine in near fine dust jacket.  PRICE: $50.00

Spring, Agnes Wright, introduction.  TALES OF THE 04 RANCH: Recollections of Harold J. Cook, 1887 – 1909.  University of Nebraska Press: Lincoln; 2nd printing, August, 1969.  Original orange cloth binding; black print on spine; 221 pages; illustrated.  Fine in near fine dust jacket.  Price: $37.50

Spring, Agnes Wright, foreword.  THEY CAME TO STAY: Longmont, Colorado, 1858 – 1920, Centennial Edition.  Original blue cloth binding with gold print on cover and spine; 276 pages, plus addenda sheets; illustrated.  Fine condition.  Price: $50.00

Springer, Charles H.  SOLDIERING IN SIOUX COUNTRY: 1865.  Edited by Benjamin Franklin Cooling III.  Illustrated by John W. Hampton.  Frontier Heritage Press: San Diego, California, 1971, 1st edition.  Original brown cloth binding; gold print on front cover and spine; 82 pages; illustrated.  Fine in near fine dust jacket, with small section cut out of lower front panel.  Price: $45.00

 

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We are always interested in purchasing large or small collections, from countless to single items.  We purchase Western Americana -- books, documents, maps, photographs, ledgers, journals, annual reports, manuscript material, memorabilia, etc.  We also purchase first edition literature, especially books or manuscripts that are signed/inscribed and dust-jacketed, such F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, John Steinbeck, William Faulkner, Ben Hecht, Eugene O'Neill, James Joyce, etc.  And, we are interested in science books, such as those by Albert Einstein, Richard Feynman, Paul Dirac, Linus Pauling, Steven Weinberg, Werner Heisenberg, Erwin Schroedinger, Niels Bohr, Ernest Rutherford. Max Planck, Ernrico Fermi, Robert Oppenheimer, etc.

"... But never again as during that all too short period when he and I were one person, when the fulfilled future and the wistful past were mingled in a single gorgeous moment -- when life was literally a dream...."  F. Scott Fitzgerald, from 'Early Success,' The Crack Up, October 1937

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