Lot 20 of 522:
Presentation copy signed by contributors  

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Estimate:
$500 - $800

Title:
The West of William H. Ashley: The international struggle for the fur trade of the Missouri, the Rocky Mountains, and the Columbia... 1822-1838

Author:
Morgan, Dale, editor

Place:
Denver

Publisher:
Fred A. Rosenstock

Date:
1964

Description:

liv, [2], 341 pp. Edited by Dale L. Morgan. Illustrated with reproductions of sketches, paintings, engravings, lithographs, etc., by Bodmer, Catlin and other early sources, a few in color; folding map. 34.6x24 cm. (13.5x9.5"), half calf and cloth, morocco spine label, gilt lettering, publisher's cloth slipcase. Designed & printed by Lawton & Alfred Kennedy. Presentation copy to match the limited edition of 250 copies. First Edition.

Presentation copy signed by Dale L. Morgan, Lawton Kennedy, Alfred L. Kennedy and Frada, dated 1964 on limitation page. An important compilation of early documents on the fur trade and the opening of the Northwest. Two copies of the prospectus are laid in. 


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Condition:
Fine.


 
Item number:
301655
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