First Edition. Arizona set Western involving a young man framed for murder and on the loose. Very Good with soiling to cloth in a Near Very Good dustjacket, with cm chipping top top spine edge and flap corners, cm deep by several inch chip to lower spine end extending to both flaps, white of rear panel soiled.Item #19506
First Edition. National Forest set western novel of a "gunslammer extraordinary". Very Good, soiling to pastedowns and endpapers, drug store stamp at front endpaper, in Very Good dustjacket.Item #24623
54.COMFORT, Will Levington.Somewhere South in Sonora.Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1925.
First Edition. Harold Cue dustjacket art. Western adventure set in Arizona. Basis for the 1927 silent film, Somewhere in Sonora starring Ken Maynard, Kathleen Collins, Frank Leigh, and directed by Albert S. Rogell. Remade in 1933 by Leon Schlesinger, starring John Wayne, Henry B. Walthall, and Shirley Palmer, directed by Mack Wright. Very Good in Very Good dustjacket, chip and closed tear at lower spine end.Item #27348
Early or First Edition. Gold rush adventure novel set in Yuma Indian country. Colorful dustjacket art. Near Fine in dustjacket with inch deep chip at top spine end, small stain at top spine end, chip at front flap edge, few closed tears.Item #17550
57.COOLIDGE, Dane.Silver Hat.New York: E. P. Dutton and Co., 1934.
Third Printing, same month as first. Novel of a young white man who was raised by the Navajos falling in love with an English girl. Near Fine in Bright Very Good plus Grosset and Dunalp dustjacket with light chipping to spine ends.Item #16228
58.COOLIDGE, Dan.Shadow Mountain.New York. W.J. Watt and Co., (1919).
First or early Edition. Frontispiece and dustjacket artwork by George W. Gage. Western fiction. Very good in fair dustjacket with chipping to spine ends, chipping to bottom of front panel and general wear.Item #10767
59.COOLIDGE, Dane.Hell’s Hip Pocket.New York: E. P. Dutton and Company, 1938.
First Edition. Sherman dustjacket art. Western involving stolen cattle, feuds, droughts and sandstorms. Nearly Very Good but for some staining to cloth in Good only dustjacket, staining to spine area and front panel, edge chips, chipping along front spine edge.Item #19343
60.COOLIDGE, Herbert.Pancho McClish.Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co., 1912.
First Edition. Signed and Inscribed by author. Illustrated by J. N. Marchand. Octavo, original green cloth with gilt lettering to front cover and spine, stamped green illustration to front cover, illustrated with color plates. Story of two itinerant horse dealers, father and son, and a waif “Scholar-lad” they pick up, who narrates their wanderings through Texas, Arizona and the northern sheep lands. Very Good with modest surface wear to covers, cloth worn at spine ends and cover corners, page ends darkened and front inner hinge loose but well-attached.Item #18429
61.COOPER, Courtney Ryley.The White Desert.Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1922.
First Edition. Anon Otto Fischer dustjacket art. Adventure and crime novel of the great North-West and a man accused of murder and who tries to find redemption in the hill-country. Listed in Hubin as a marginal mystery. Almost Near Fine in nearly Very Good dustjacket, shallow edge chips, small light stain to top rear panel.Item #24364
62.COURTNEY, Ray.Object: Adventure, A Western Story.New York: Chelsea House, (1925).
First Edition. Western novel of a man who takes a job on a western ranch and who is surprised to find that his new employer is "a very attractive girl, instead of a man". Near Fine in Good dustjacket, chipped at top spine end, edges with wear and shallow chips, front flap fold with splitting mended at verso with scotch tape.Item #23088
First Edition. Classic western genre novel of murderous gunmen, a clean cut cowpuncher, and invaded ranges. Near Fine in attractive price-clipped dustjacket, with light wear and few edge nicks.Item #17371
65.DAVIS, Don [Brett HALLIDAY / David DRESSER].Rio Kid Justice.New York: William Morrow and Co., 1941.
First Edition. Early western novel written under the pen name of Don Davis by Davis Dresser, who wrote the Mike Shayne mysteries under the pseudonym Brett Halliday. Amanda Trigg gets the help of the wanted Rio Kid against a rival ranch "overrun with outlaws lavishly supplied with liquor and women". Very Good, contemporary ownership signature at front endpaper, in Very Good dustjacket, few tiny edge chips.Item #25390
66.DAWSON, Peter.Gunsmoke Graze.New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1942.
First Edition. Western romance and adventure, winner of the Prize Western contest and story of a cowboy with a murder charge hanging over his head. Near Fine in Very Good plus dustjacket with mild cup stain at top rear panel.Item #20174
67.DEATON, W E.Quick, Mr. Bunnifeel!New York: Robert Speller Inc., (1935).
First Edition. Winn dustjacket art. Satirical western adventure novel in the vein of Wodehouse and Thorne Smith. Near Fine but for lacking front free endpaper, in Very Good dustjacket, shallow spine end chipping and light wear.Item #15688
68.DEATON, W. E.Quick, Mr. Bunnifeel!New York: Robert Speller Inc., (1935).
First Edition. Winn dustjacket art. Satirical western adventure novel in the vein of Wodehouse and Thorne Smith. Near Fine in Good dustjacket, loss along edges, two square inch chip at lower front panel.Item #27131
71.DOUGLAS, Bruce.The Strong Shall Hold.Philadelphia: Macrae Smith Company, 1943.
First Edition. Western adventure novel of a man who inherits a ranch and tries to protect it from his father's nemesis, an unscrupulous rancher. Scarce title. Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket.Item #34356
74.DRAGO, Harry Sinclair.Smoke of the .45.New York: Macaulay Co., (1923).
Early or First Edition. Frank Tenney Johnson dustjacket art and frontis. Western adventure novel. Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket with three inch closed tear at midspine, small chip at mid-spine.Item #9501
75.DRAGO, Harry Sinclair.Suzanna, A Romance of Early California.New York: Macaulay Company, (1922).
First Edition, in dustjacket with advertisements for books published in 1923 at rear wrap. G. W. Gage dustjacket art. Author's first book. Near Fine in Very Good plus dustjacket, chipping at spine ends.Item #20186