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One of a series of Union Pacific menus illustrated by Howard Fogg celebrating the completion of the transcontinental railroad. This menu illustrated with a scene of the Union Pacific and Southern Pacific steam locomotives meeting at Promontory on May 10, 1869. The Chef's Special Luncheon was $2.00. Fine and bright.
1869 - 1969 CENTENNIAL MENU; DOMELINER, CITY OF PORTLAND
Fogg, Howard
Omaha, NE: Union Pacific System, 1969.

One of a series of Union Pacific menus illustrated by Howard Fogg celebrating the completion of the transcontinental railroad. This menu illustrated with a scene of the Union Pacific and Southern Pacific steam locomotives meeting at Promontory on May 10, 1869. The Chef's Special Luncheon was $2.00. Fine and bright.


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One of a series of Union Pacific menus illustrated by Howard Fogg celebrating the completion of the transcontinental railroad. This menu illustrated with a scene of the Union Pacific crossing the Missouri River From Council Bluffs, the ferry H.C. Nutt unloads at Omaha. The Chef's Special Luncheon was $2.00. Fine and bright.
1869 - 1969 CENTENNIAL MENU; DOMELINER, CITY OF PORTLAND
Fogg, Howard
Omaha, NE: Union Pacific System, 1969.

One of a series of Union Pacific menus illustrated by Howard Fogg celebrating the completion of the transcontinental railroad. This menu illustrated with a scene of the Union Pacific crossing the Missouri River From Council Bluffs, the ferry H.C. Nutt unloads at Omaha. The Chef's Special Luncheon was $2.00. Fine and bright.


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One of a series of Union Pacific menus illustrated by Howard Fogg celebrating the completion of the transcontinental railroad. This menu illustrated with a scene of two modern Union Pacific trains meeting in colorful Weber Canyon, Utah. The Fruit Salad Plate was $2.10. Fine and bright.
1869 - 1969 CENTENNIAL MENU; DOMELINER, CITY OF PORTLAND
Fogg, Howard
Omaha, NE: Union Pacific System, 1969.

One of a series of Union Pacific menus illustrated by Howard Fogg celebrating the completion of the transcontinental railroad. This menu illustrated with a scene of two modern Union Pacific trains meeting in colorful Weber Canyon, Utah. The Fruit Salad Plate was $2.10. Fine and bright.


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One of a series of Union Pacific menus illustrated by Howard Fogg celebrating the completion of the transcontinental railroad. This menu illustrated with a scene of the Columbia River portage point - 1872. Fried Filet of Sole was $2.10. Four tiny stains on the inside menu, else fine and bright.
1869 - 1969 CENTENNIAL MENU; DOMELINER, CITY OF PORTLAND
Fogg, Howard
Omaha, NE: Union Pacific System, 1969.

One of a series of Union Pacific menus illustrated by Howard Fogg celebrating the completion of the transcontinental railroad. This menu illustrated with a scene of the Columbia River portage point - 1872. Fried Filet of Sole was $2.10. Four tiny stains on the inside menu, else fine and bright.


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One of a series of Union Pacific menus illustrated by Howard Fogg celebrating the completion of the transcontinental railroad. This menu illustrated with a scene titled, "Moment of Excitement." Plains Indians, desperate for winter food and hides, stampede buffalo onto the tracks stallin an immigrant train heading West. Broiled Columbia River salmon dinner was $3.80. Fine and bright.
1869 - 1969 CENTENNIAL MENU; DOMELINER, CITY OF PORTLAND
Fogg, Howard
Omaha, NE: Union Pacific System, 1969.

One of a series of Union Pacific menus illustrated by Howard Fogg celebrating the completion of the transcontinental railroad. This menu illustrated with a scene titled, "Moment of Excitement." Plains Indians, desperate for winter food and hides, stampede buffalo onto the tracks stallin an immigrant train heading West. Broiled Columbia River salmon dinner was $3.80. Fine and bright.


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University of Arizona Bulletin, Volume V. Number 3, April 1, 1934. Social Science Bulletin No. 6. 69 pages with several photographs and map. Covers lightly toned. A near fine copy.
A CHAPTER IN EARLY ARIZONA TRANSPORTATION HISTORY; THE ARIZONA NARROW GAUGE RAILROAD COMPANY
Hubbard, Howard A.
Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona, 1934.

University of Arizona Bulletin, Volume V. Number 3, April 1, 1934. Social Science Bulletin No. 6. 69 pages with several photographs and map. Covers lightly toned. A near fine copy.


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A DOZEN TOUGH JOBS and THEM BONES
Waldrop, Howard. A
Willimantic, CT: Mark V.Ziesing, 1989.

Both copies numbered 258 of 350 copies on special limitation page by Waldrop and Arni Fenner, the illustrator of the dust jackets, with additional signature in Them Bones of Terry Lee, co-illustrator of the dust jacket. Both books very fine in very fine and bright dust jackets, within the publisher's slipcase. An as new set.


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Both copies numbered 11 of 350 copies on special limitation page by Waldrop and Arni Fenner, the illustrator of the dust jackets, with additional signature in Them Bones of Terry Lee, co-illustrator of the dust jacket. Both books fine in fine and bright dust jackets, save for the faded lettering on the spine panel of Them Bones, within the publisher's slipcase.
A DOZEN TOUGH JOBS and THEM BONES
Waldrop, Howard. A
Willimantic, CT: Mark V.Ziesing, 1989.

Both copies numbered 11 of 350 copies on special limitation page by Waldrop and Arni Fenner, the illustrator of the dust jackets, with additional signature in Them Bones of Terry Lee, co-illustrator of the dust jacket. Both books fine in fine and bright dust jackets, save for the faded lettering on the spine panel of Them Bones, within the publisher's slipcase.


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121 pages with listings of the awards. Mild toning to the covers, else a fine copy.
A HISTORY OF THE HUGO, NEBULA AND INTERNATIONAL FANTASY AWARDS
Franson, Donald, and Howard DeVore
Dearborn, MI: Misfit Press, 1978.

121 pages with listings of the awards. Mild toning to the covers, else a fine copy.


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A REBEL WAR CLERK'S DIARY AT THE CONFEDERATE STATES CAPITAL, VOLUMES I & II
Jones, J[ohn] B[eauchamp].(Howard Swiggett, editor)
New York: Old Hickory Bookshop, 1935.

A new and enlarged edition edited with an introduction and historical notes. The most consulted and most quoted record of Confederat public affairs. Considered one of the 200 most important Confederate books. Harwell: In Tall Cotton, #104. Nivens: Vol I, pg 115. A total of 893 pages with index. Bound in original blue cloth with lettering, rule and illustration stamped in gilt. Both volumes fine and bright, housed within a very good example of the seldom seen slipcase. This fragile slipcase has been professionally repaired and reinforce.


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A WITCH SHALL BE BORN
Howard, Robert E.
West Kingston, RI: Donald M. Grant, Publisher, 1975.

Volume II in the deluxe Conan series. A Conan novella. Four tipped in color plates illustrated by Alicia Austin. Fine in fine dust jacket with the usual mild fade to the spine panel.


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ALL ABOUT STRANGE MONSTERS OF THE RECENT PAST
Waldrop, Howard
Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints, 1987.

Number 76 of 574 numbered copies signed on the special limitation page by Waldrop, by Gardner Dozois who wrote the introduction, by Lewis Shiner who wrote the afterword, by the eight illustrators, Tim Kirk, Terry Lee, A. Mason, Don Ivan Punchatz, Nancy Niles, Robert Haas, Thomas Blackshear II, and Hank Jankus. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket, within the publisher's slipcase.


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Number 438 of 574 numbered copies signed on the special limitation page by Waldrop, by Gardner Dozois who wrote the introduction, by Lewis Shiner who wrote the afterword, by the eight illustrators, Tim Kirk, Terry Lee, A. Mason, Don Ivan Punchatz, Nancy Niles, Robert Haas, Thomas Blackshear II, and Hank Jankus. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket, within the publisher's slipcase.
ALL ABOUT STRANGE MONSTERS OF THE RECENT PAST
Waldrop, Howard
Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints, 1987.

Number 438 of 574 numbered copies signed on the special limitation page by Waldrop, by Gardner Dozois who wrote the introduction, by Lewis Shiner who wrote the afterword, by the eight illustrators, Tim Kirk, Terry Lee, A. Mason, Don Ivan Punchatz, Nancy Niles, Robert Haas, Thomas Blackshear II, and Hank Jankus. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket, within the publisher's slipcase.


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ALMURIC
Howard, Robert E.
West Kingston, RI: Donald M. Grant, Publisher, 1975.

A fine and bright copy in dust jacket with light rubbing.


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ALMURIC
Howard, Robert E.
West Kingston, RI: Donald M. Grant, Publisher, 1975.

A fine and bright copy in dust jacket.


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First state binding with author and title on the spine running bottome to top, European style. 636 copies printed. Bookplate on the front paste-down endpaper, mostly hidden under the dust jacket flap. Some toning to the endpapers. Very good plus in very good dust jacket with a few tiny chips and several tiny tears.
ALWAYS COMES EVENING
Howard, Robert E.
Sauk City, WI: Arkham House: Publishers, 1957.

First state binding with author and title on the spine running bottome to top, European style. 636 copies printed. Bookplate on the front paste-down endpaper, mostly hidden under the dust jacket flap. Some toning to the endpapers. Very good plus in very good dust jacket with a few tiny chips and several tiny tears.


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A study of one of the great failures of federal law enforcement. 336 pages with index. Fine in near fine, bright dust jacket with a hint of wear at extremeties and several tiny closed tears. A very nice copy.
AMERICAN SLAVERS AND THE FEDERAL LAW 1837-1862
Howard, Warren S.
Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1963.

A study of one of the great failures of federal law enforcement. 336 pages with index. Fine in near fine, bright dust jacket with a hint of wear at extremeties and several tiny closed tears. A very nice copy.


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Extended title reads, "The Same Being a True Account of How Certain Great Achievements of the Past Have Been Commemorated and Cleverly Linked With the Present; Together With Sundry Recollections Inspired by the Portraits at the Saddle and Sirloin Club." "Numerous tales of cattle and cattle-breeders." Reese: Six Score 96. Adams: Herd 1996. Bound in three quarter leather with green cloth covered boards. A near fine copy.
AT THE SIGN OF THE STOCK YARD INN
Sanders, Alvin Howard
Chicago: Breeder's Gazette, 1915.

Extended title reads, "The Same Being a True Account of How Certain Great Achievements of the Past Have Been Commemorated and Cleverly Linked With the Present; Together With Sundry Recollections Inspired by the Portraits at the Saddle and Sirloin Club." "Numerous tales of cattle and cattle-breeders." Reese: Six Score 96. Adams: Herd 1996. Bound in three quarter leather with green cloth covered boards. A near fine copy.


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BLACK COLOSSUS
Howard, Robert E.
West Kingston, RI: Donald M. Grant, Publisher, 1979.

Collects two stories, "Black Colossus," and "Shadows in Moonlight." Four color two-page spread illustrations by Ned Dameron, plus others in black and white. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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BLACK VULMEA'S VENGEANCE, AND OTHER TALES OF PIRATES
Howard, Robert E.
West Kingston, RI;: Donald M. Grant, Publisher, 1976.

Collects the three stories, "Swords of the Red Brotherhood," "Black Vulmea's Vengeance" and "The Isle of Pirates' Doom." 2750 copies printed. Bound in original blue buckram with lettering on spine in silver. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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