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New York: E. Weyhe, 1956. Hardcover. Limited Edition. 99 pp. 8vo. Red and white printed boards. Some soiling and scuffing from use. Clean within. No dust jacket as issued. Also contains essay, "Merle Armitage" by Robert Marks. [Purcell 104].
Early bibliography of Armitage's work. This copy is inscribed by Armitage in his distinctive blue pen on the first free endpaper, "Robert D. Loken/from/Merle Armitage/1958" along with the address of Manzanita Ranch stamped in red at the lower right corner of the page. Printed in an edition of 500 copies, one of the 350 that were hardbound. Good.
Dallas, TX: University Press in Dallas/Southern Methodist University, 1943. Wraps. First Edition. 111 pp. 8vo. Light blue wraps with an illustration of a cowboy on a horse looking to the horizon and tilting in black ink. Ex-library with earlier library call number attached to front cover at lower left corner, ex-library stamp on title page. A Peter Hurd illustration graces the frontispiece, clean within.
Inscribed by the author on the title page: "To the Arizona Pioneers Historical/Society/With good wishes and appreciation/J. Frank Dobie/Austin, TX/April, 1951" Very Good.
Dallas, TX: Pressworks Publishing, 1981. Hard Cover. Limited Edition. 90 pp. 4to. Light buff colored blank dust jacket. Quarter cloth binding with list of books within printed on pastepaper cover, very light color variation. Clean and crisp with errata slip laid in.
Published in an edition of 225 copies, 1-200 offered for sale. Unisgned, and appears to be copy "B", see photograph. Fine / Fine.
Los Angeles, CA: Zeitlin & Ver Brugge, 1958. Hardcover. Revised Edition. 87 pp. 8vo. Minor scuffing and light soiling to the yellow paper boards. Printed red paper label attached to the front cover, bumping to corners, cover paper has split along hinge at front cover, now in protective mylar dust jacket.
This edition was revised and enlarged by Lawrence Clark Powell. This edition was printed in an edition of 1,000 copies and is signed by Powell at the colophon. Good.
New Brighton, MN: Kenneth Starosciak, Bookseller and Publisher, 1973. Wraps. First Edition. Unpag. 12 mo. Square format with red front wrapper. Very light wear to the cover, clean and crisp within.
A bibliography issued by Kenneth Starosciak that consists of 42 entries of books written or contributed to by Wright from 1896-1962. Includes a three page introduction on the destruction of the Francis W. Little House in 1973. (Sweeney 1919). Fine.