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Lot 2357: Mari Sandoz THE CATTLEMEN: FROM THE RIO GRANDE ACROSS THE FAR MARIAS 1958 Signed Limited Edition History Of Cattle Trade Photos (86 views)

Mari Sandoz THE CATTLEMEN: FROM THE RIO GRANDE ACROSS THE FAR MARIAS 1958 Signed Limited Edition History Of Cattle Trade Photos
Estimate: $100 - $250
Description: Title: The Cattlemen: From the Rio Grande across the Far Marias Author: Mari Sandoz - Mari Susette Sandoz was a novelist, biographer, lecturer, and teacher. She was one of Nebraska's foremost writers, and wrote extensively about pioneer life and the Plains Indians, and has been occasionally referred to as Mari S. Sandoz, Marie Sandoz, and also Maris Sandoz. Publisher: Hastings House, Publishers City: New York Year: 1958 Printing Information: Signed Edition Binding Style: Hardcover Pagination: xiv/527 pages Width: 6" Height: 8.25" Book Details: Condition / Notes: This is a scarce author-signed limited edition of this work by American novelist Mari Sandoz. Author's signature appears on limitation page. This is copy 124 of 199. This title is part of the American Procession Series edited by Henry G. Alsberg. Volume is bound in quarter beige and green cloth with matching green paper-covered boards and a gilt-stamped title on the spine. Book shows light external wear. Binding is tight. Book has map endpapers. Pages with green top edge are clean and bright. Illustrated with fold-out color frontispiece and b&w photos. Slipcase displays light shelfwear. For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $4.50

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Lot 2357: Mari Sandoz THE CATTLEMEN: FROM THE RIO GRANDE ACROSS THE FAR MARIAS 1958 Signed Limited Edition History Of Cattle Trade Photos
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