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Rx Take One Cannon

By: Bradfield, Jane

Price: $18.00

Publisher: Shiner, TX, Patrick J. Wagner Research and Publishing Company: 1981

Edition: 1st Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 16294

Condition: Very Good


"This is the story of Texas' first piece of ordnance, its first shot, the men who rallied around it, and how it was found" by a doctor who "used modern scientific technology to break the barriers of time and prove the identity of an unimpressive, rusty cannon that turned out to be one of the greatest historical discoveries of the century". Map. SIGNED by author, publisher and photographer. Light foxing, previous owner's name. ; B&W Photographs; 8vo - 8... View more info

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One Man's World A Compilation of Verse

By: Lee, Alton B.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Baylor University: 1977

Edition: 1st Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 30567

Condition: Very Good+


Inscribed by Alton Lee on title page. Page opposite to forward had a typo that has been corrected in ink. From dust jacket flap: "His chief work in higher education, however, was in his twenty-one years of service as dean of admissions and records at Baylor University, where he remained until his retirement in 1976." Dust jacket has wear with small tears along edges; light stains on back. Pages are clean with no writing, marks or tears. ; 8vo 8" - 9" ta... View more info

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Thunder Beyond the Brazos Mirabeau B. Lamar, a Biography

By: Ramsay, Jack C., Jr.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Eakin Pr: 1984

Edition: Stated 1st Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 30953

ISBN: 0890154627

Condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket


Inscribed to Ted Trask by author. Mirabeau B. Lamar played an important roll in the history of Texas. He was the second President of the Republic of Texas, after Sam Houston. He was highly literate, a poet, an editor and the son of a Georgia plantation family. He was called the "Father of Education". His phrase in his message to Congress, "A cultivated mind is the guardian genius of democracy," became the motto of The University of Texas. A middle school ... View more info