Published by The Arthur H. Clark Company, Glendale, Ca., 1973
334,pp. including illustrations. Frontis. Green cloth, gilt. Near fine. In dust jacket. Co-published with Fred A. Rosenstock, The Old West Publishing Company, of Denver, Colorado. Along with being a prolific writer, LeRoy Hafen was director of the State Historical Society of Colorado for thirty years. "The innocent and ebullient story of a historian and his poetess wife, as told by themselves, captures the joy of happy, productive living" - Paher. CLARK & BRUNET 128. PAHER 750.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM28612
Published by [New York?], 1916
94pp. plus illustration. Printed wrappers. Very good. An interesting booklet detailing Rockefeller's ideas on company management and labor relations. Also contains an article originally in the Atlantic, "Labor and Capital-Partners." Designed to counteract the evil influence of the IWW.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM15931
Published by Chicago, 1895
283pp. Illus. Frontis. Original gilt pictorial cloth. Cloth dull, extremities worn and bit frayed. Some internal soiling, ink signature across title. Good. Lacks the map. Popular guide book, frequently reprinted between 1897 and 1912. Includes an account of the author's trip through Salt Lake City, Yosemite, etc. FLAKE 9989.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM8567
Published by [Los Angeles, 1953
14pp. Original pictorial wrappers. Two manuscript corrections. Fine. Biographical sketch of mid-19th-century trapper Jim Waters and his exploits in Colorado and California.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM32135
Published by Hastings House, New York, 1971
xii,372pp. including fifty-seven illustrations and twenty-seven maps. Original yellow cloth. Overall, very good. In pictorial jacket. A geographical, political, and social history of the Santa Fe trail.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM27770
Published by Washington, 1951
75pp. plus plates. Frontis. Quarto. Pictorial wrappers. Very good, with Library of Congress discard stamp on cover. Valuable reference, issued as the catalogue of an LC exhibition.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM2931
Published by Boulder, 1941
379pp. Portrait. Buckram. Spine faded. Good. Important for Colorado political history.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM4486
Published by New York, 1937
207pp. plus illus. Portrait. Publisher's gilt cloth. Fine. Inscribed by the author. Tales of pioneer Colorado and Utah. Not in Adams.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM4780
Published by Salem, 1886
pp. Quarto. Folded, marginal dampstain, else very good. Includes a letter from J. Emerton describing a railroad trip from Boston to California via Niagara Falls, part of Canada, Chicago, into Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona, finally arriving in Monterey.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM5412
Published by Yonkers-on-Hudson, 1927
xi,295pp. plus advertisements. Illus. Pictorial cloth. News clipping tipped to front pastedown. Very good. Tales of western adventure.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM8988
Published by Denver, 1958
89pp. Illustrated with drawings. Original cloth, with dust jacket, a very good copy. Love story based on Navaho Indian legend. This copy is #464 of 1000 copies signed by the author.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM16669
Published by North Point, Inc., [St. Louis, 1970
20pp. Printed wrappers. Near fine. From an edition limited to 250 copies. A reprint of the 1893 original. "The work is quite general, with useful statistics for the period 1845-60" - Rittenhouse. RITTENHOUSE 252. GRAFF 1647. RADER 1675. SAUNDERS 2926. (all for the original ed.).
Seller Inventory # WRCAM28688
Published by New York, 1881
338pp. Original cloth. Head and toe of spine bit frayed. Binding slightly cocked. Front cover a bit wrinkled with dampstaining. Internally clean. Good. A clever and well-written book by an English noblewoman. Following the pattern of the round trip narrative from Liverpool to San Francisco and back, she took in the transcontinental railroad trip, California and Colorado, and points in between. DECKER 34:317.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM21970
Published by New York, 1926
270pp. Frontis. Photos. Original cloth. Very good. First American edition. Townshend, an Englishman turned rancher, wrote two other books about his ranching life in Colorado and New Mexico. ADAMS HERD 2323. REESE, SIX SCORE 109 (note).
Seller Inventory # WRCAM4928
Published by Little, Brown, and Company, Boston, 1946
xvi, 302pp. Original publisher's cloth, dust jacket with a couple of sizable chips at top edge. Internally clean and fresh. Very good. Later edition of Dobie's first book, sketches of cowboy life in the Texas Panhandle, Colorado, and New Mexico, based in part on the life of John Young. HOWES D376 (ref). BASIC TEXAS BOOKS 44 (ref). REESE, BEST OF THE WEST 250 (note).
Seller Inventory # WRCAM53213
Published by New York, 1888
275pp. Original printed rear wrapper, front wrapper lacking, spine reinforced. Two stains on title-leaf and first few pages, else very good. Preface by Charles Francis Adams. The author travelled through the West in one summer, mainly in Colorado and Utah. FLAKE 7381.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM6125
Published by Boston, 1884
245pp. Original gilt pictorial cloth. Fine. The author travelled with a party of three others via the Great Northern to the Rockies, embarking then from Helena by stagecoach to San Francisco. After touring the state, the company departed for Colorado, taking the desert route, with a side-trip through Northern Mexico. Gunnison was awed by most of what he saw, and his sense of wonder transferred itself into a prose style rife with vaulted superlatives. COWAN, p.254.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM402
Published by Boulder, 1918
412pp. Wrappers. Wrappers slightly chipped. Very good. Compilation of primary source material.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM4473
Published by Denver, 1905
29,pp. 16mo. Original gilt cloth. Very good, with compliments slip bound in. Not in Wynar.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM8094
Published by Boston, 1895
349,pp. Portrait. Gilt pictorial cloth. Covers soiled, else very good. First American edition of this account of a colorful career, including adventures in the Far East, and in the American West - travels through the Rockies, mining adventures, hunting trips on the plains, clashes with Indians and outlaws, visits to Colorado and San Francisco. ADAMS SIX-GUNS 1162 (ref).
Seller Inventory # WRCAM2530
Published by The Old West Publishing Company, Denver, 1965
xvi,160pp. Portrait frontispiece plus plates and facsimiles. Original cloth. Fine in tattered glassine dust jacket. From an edition of 500 signed and numbered copies. With original prospectus laid in. Journal of a pioneer journalist in Wyoming and Colorado, with folding facsimiles of early newspapers.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM25145
Published by Denver, 1907
 leaves, including title. Quarto. Pictorial wrappers with color onlay, string-tied. Fine. Each page bears a printed photograph with explanatory text. Not in Wynar or Wilcox.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM9437
Published by Boulder, 1920
xvi,313pp. Folding map. Cloth. Ex-lib., else very good. Old documents concerning the Colorado gold mining districts. Volume 2 from the University of Colorado Historical Series.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM17355
Published by The Smith-Brooks Printing Co. for the Van Noy Inter-State Company, Denver, 1922
pp. Oblong folio. Publisher's textured brown wrappers, gilt titles on front cover, saddle- stitched. Minor shelf wear, lightly-bumped corners, a few creased. Very good. A superbly-illustrated promotional viewbook highlighting majestic scenery across Colorado and Utah in the early 20th century. A great number of the substantially-sized photographs feature a group of people in an automobile travelling along the highway. Locations pictured in the book include Colorado Springs and Pike's Peak, the Mount of the Holy Cross, the Rapids and the Hanging Lake near Glenwood Springs, Cliff Palace in Mesa Verde National Park, Toltec Gorge, Bryce Canyon, Mount Timpanogos, the Devil's Curve, Isabelle Glacier, Clear Creek Canyon, Sensation Point, Wild Cat Point, Bear Creek, and others. An interesting juxtaposition of 20th-century technology encroaching on the grandeur of the American West.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM53394
Published by Johnson Publishing Company, Boulder, Co., 1966
,188pp. Frontispiece and several in text illustrations. Quarto. Cloth. Fine in torn and tattered glassine dust jacket. From an edition of 400 copies signed and numbered by the author.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM25689
Published by The Arthur H. Clark Company, Glendale, 1965
In two volumes. 3-325;3-323pp. Map frontispieces. Original brown cloth in jackets. Small chip to jacket of second volume. Near fine. A history of the conflict over the Colorado River, from the territory's earliest settlement through the 1950s.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM28086
Published by London, 1923
xiii,282pp. plus plates and advertisements. Half title. Frontis. Original blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine. Very good. First British edition of the first of Townshend's three works regarding his experiences as a rancher in Colorado and New Mexico. "The pleasantly written recollections of an English rancher.all are good reading" - Reese. REESE, SIX SCORE 109. ADAMS HERD 321. DOBIE, p.122.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM34293
Published by New York, 1867
185pp. Original cloth. Spine sunned. Text block broken, several gatherings loose. Bookplates and booklabels on front endpapers. Fair. Taylor travelled from Topeka to Denver in 1866, describing adventures along the way, the mining camps, and his return trip via the Platte. WYNAR 2064. EBERSTADT 111:554.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM6023
Published by Denver, 1892
111pp. Original printed wrappers. Spine lacking, ex- lib. with labels on front wrap, ink note, else good. Mainly devoted to endorsements of the monetary value of silver.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM12564
Published by John Lane The Bodley Head Limited, London, 1926
xi,,270,pp. including advertisements, plus illustrations. Frontis. Green cloth. Spine slightly sunned, else very good. Remnants of the dust jacket laid in. Richard B. Townshend, an Englishman turned rancher, wrote two other books about his ranching life in Colorado and New Mexico. ADAMS HERD 2323. REESE, SIX SCORE 109 (note).
Seller Inventory # WRCAM28674