Land des Verkäufers
The Stackpole Company, Harrisburg, PA, 1925
Hardcover. (8) 343 pp, preface, list of b&w illustrations, 21 chapters, acknowledgments. Revised and Expanded edition, with many new illustrations, of a small book titled "A Trooper with Custer," publsihed in 1925 by The Hunter-Trader-Trapper Co, Columbus, Ohio. Small owner's stamp on ffep. LIghtly foxed boards and top edge with minor wear to bottom spine ar rear-board joint, and only the slightes wear to fore-edge tips, else, clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Yellow boards. No Jacket. Revised Edition. Very Good -. Artikel-Nr.: 003195.
The Stackpole Company, 1953
1953. 353 pages. Cream dust jacket with red lettering over red cloth. B&W illustrations throughout. Clean pages with firm binding. Minimal foxing and tanning to endpapers and page edges. Previous owner's name to front paste down. Mild wear to spine, board edges and corners, with scuffing and soiling to boards. Clipped dust jacket. Mild wear, tear and chipping to edges and corners. Minor soiling to DJ. Good. Artikel-Nr.: 1606484688EMB.
The Stackpole Company, Harrisburg, PA, 1953
Hardcover. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. xiii, 353 pp, preface, 1. Fetterman's Folly: The True Story of the Tragic Fort Phil Kearny Disaster; 2. The Wagon Box Fight: Thirty-two Against Three Thousand. Sergt. Sam Gibson's Experience; 3. The "Island of Death." Frosyth's Scouts in the Beecher Island battle, as experienced by Scout Sigmund Shlesinger; 4. The Rescue of Forstyh's Scouts by Col. L. H. Carpenter, 10th Cavalry; 5. The "Sull Knife" Outbreak of the Northern Cheyennes at Frot Robinson, Nebr. 1879; 6. The Modoc Indian War of 1873. How Tobey Riddle, Modoc Indian Heroine, Saved the lives of the Peace Commissioners; 7. The Sioux Ghost Dance Trouble at Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota, 1890; 8. The "Buffalo Wallow" Fight of 1874: Honors for Scout Billy Dixon; 9. Major Frank North's Famous "Pawnee Scouts" Battalion; 10. "California Joe" (Moses Milner), Noted Scout and Guide for Custer, 1868; 11. History of the Famous "Pony Express"; 12. "Little Bat" (Baptiste Garnier). Noted Scout, Guide, Hunter, Trailer, 1876; 13. The Story of Old Fort Pease; 14. An Unequal Duel: The True Story of Northern Cheyenne Indian Fanaticism; 15. The History of Bent's Old Fort, Colorado, in Early Wild Western Days; 16. Jim Bridger: Greatest of Plainsmen Between 1825 and 1870; 17. "Calamity Jane" (Martha Canary): Romantic Black Hills Figure with b&w illustrations throughout. Revised and Expanded Edition of a small book titled "Fighting Red Cloud's Warriors" by the same author published in 1926: 1953. Price clipped. 2 minute chips with minor wear to top edge dj. Only the faintest age-toning to text block edges, else, Pristine, no wear. Pristine. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Red cloth with black outlined image of Chief Red Cloud and black lettering to front board, and black lettering to spine. Near Fine. Revised Edition. Near Fine. Artikel-Nr.: 004183.
Hunter-Trader-Trapper Co., Columbus, OH, 1926
Hardcover. 214 (7) pp, dedication, preface, list of b&w illustrations, I. A Trooper with Custer; II. With Reno at the Little Big Horn; III. Was Major Marcus A. Reno a Coward?; IV. The Story of Trumpeter Martin; V. Two Modest Heroes of the Custer Expedition; VI. Was There a Custer Survivor?; VII. A Great Newspaper "Scoop"; VIII. How the Custer Battlesfield Was Discovered; IX. The Custer Battle Heroes; X. The Story of "Comanche"; XI. Charley Reynolds, Custer's Chief of Scouts. "The Frontier Series": Second Edition, March 1926. Mylar-protected boards. Only the faintest wear with lightly age-toned text block edges, else, Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Brown cloth with black portrait of Custer and black lettering to front board, and grey lettering to spine. No Jacket. Second Edition. Near Fine. Artikel-Nr.: 002917.
BONANZA BOOKS, 1952
George Newnes Limited, London, 1919
Single Issue Magazine. Abundant black and white illustrations and reproductions of photos. Pages 90-176 plus 24 pages of nice vintage ads. Features: In a Submarine in War-Time - Perils and harships; Billy the Kid - Photo-illustrated article on his demise at the hand of Sheriff P.F. Garrett; The Valley of Wonders - The first description and photos ever published of Red Rock Canyon in Southern California; Photo of ostrich-powered cart in Pasadena, California - the ostrich is named 'Black Diamond' and is worth $2k!; The Golden Image; In Quest of Cannibals - part 2 - Exploration and adventure in New Guinea - with interesting photos; Brief photo-illustrated article of an Indian juggler who lifts heavy weights with his eyelids; Snipe-Hunting; A Sapper's Night Out; On Foot Through South America - part 1 - Author tramped the entire terrible length of the Andes, a feat probably never accomplished before - with nice photos; On the Trail of the Big Black Elk - Hunting adventure in the Umpqua Mountains of Oregon; My South African Adventures - part 4 - In Search of Kruger's Millions; Cutting Ships in Halves - Photo-illustrated article on how a difficult transport problem was solved; Desert Flying - part 2 - The difficulties of flying over Sinai, Palestine, Mesopotamia and Persia; The Saving of Freddie Wilson - The incredible story of how Negro woman Agnes Henderson witnessed the Mexican murder of an American couple, saved their son, and took him to Tampico to return him to his relatives; African Snakes. Unmarked with average wear. Covers detached as one but present. A worthy copy of this excellent vintage issue. Prater, Ernest; Wright, Frank; Webb, Arch.; Wood, Stanley L.; Horne, A.E.; reynolds, Warwick; Robinson, T.H.; Thomas, E.H.; Soper, G. First Edition. Fair. Artikel-Nr.: 346g5220.