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Image for Art Treasures Of The Oklahoma State Capitol

Art Treasures Of The Oklahoma State Capitol

By: Burke,Bob; Crow,Betty; Myers,Sandy.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: USA, The Oklahoma State Senate Historical Preservation Fund, Inc.: 2003

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by all three authors.

Seller ID: 3023

ISBN: 1885596340

Condition: Very Good

10"x 9.5". 179 pages. Color photographs throughout. Clean, fresh copy. Minor staining on top of page block. Our book number 3023. View more info

Image for Open Wider, Please; The Story of Dentistry in Oklahoma

Open Wider, Please; The Story of Dentistry in Oklahoma

By: Clark, J. Stanley

Price: $45.00

Publisher: United States, University of Oklahoma Press: 1955

Edition: Signed First Edition

Inscription: J. Stanley Clark 4-19-55

Seller ID: 29080

Condition: Very Good

9.5" x 6.5", 391 pages. Clean copy, black and white photo illustrations and charts throughout. Dust jacket is banged up some. Other books offered in 1955 listed INSIDE the dust jacket. Our book number 29080. View more info

Men, Oil and War

By: Curtin, D. Thomas

Price: $7.00

Publisher: Petroleum Industry Committee, Chicago: 1946

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 29032

Condition: Good

ex-library, some wear to cover, no dust jacket. Black and white photo at title page, interior very clean, pages slightly aged, binding tight, pages secure. First edition copyright 1946 by The Petroleum Industry Committee for District No. 2 Chicago. Frank Phillips was chairman of the committee, probably the reason for this book's inclusion in the Vinita Oklahoma library. Our book number 29032. Your price: $7.00 View more info

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Water for Oklahoma, Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 1890

By: Dover, T.B.; Leonard, A.R.; and Lane, L.L.

Price: $60.00

Publisher: U.S.A., United States Department of the Interior, Stewart L. Udall, Secretary. Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402: 1968

Seller ID: 36031

Condition: Good

107 pages. MAP SHOWING WATER AND PHYSIOGRAPHIC FEATURES OF OKLAHOMA MISSING FROM POCKET at back of book. 18 other illustrations. Library binding, withdrawn from library. Book in very good condition, some fingerprints and smudges on pages. Discussion and illustrations of water in the High Plains, Western Oklahoma, Central and Eastern Plains, Ozark Plateaus, Eastern Oklahoma, and Urban Centers. Our book number 36031. View more info

Short Grass & Longhorns

By: Hamner, Laura V.

Price: $75.00

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press, Norman: 1943

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 21211

Condition: Very Good

SECOND PRINTING. The book is in perfect condition except where the cat climbed the bookshelf and caught it with one claw on the spine. small hole in the spine. Soil on the spine from handling. Grandfather's collection of Western History books. Clean text, pages aged, tight spine. There must have been a marker at page 231 that left a stain, perhaps a newspaper article pertinent to the text. View more info

Image for Park Birds, Plates and Text by Wallace Hughes, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Park Birds, Plates and Text by Wallace Hughes, Tulsa, Oklahoma

By: Hughes, Wallace

Price: $150.00

Publisher: U.S.A., Reprinted from Parks and Recreation Official Publications. From the press of Wilson-Hall Company, Rockford, Illinois: 1944

Edition: 2nd

Seller ID: 1067

Condition: Very Good

7" x 10". Orange Card Stock Cover with Black Printing has watermark on the upper right corner in front and some water marking along the edge on the back cover. Appears to have a drip from a fountain pen near the hinge on the front cover. Otherwise cover in good condition with little shelf wear. 36 glossy pages with 1 color plate and 12 black and white full-page plates of early work of Wallace Hughes, "a promising young artists. Wallace Hughes is now in his early twenties". 13 B&W photographs of birds at OWEN PARK in Tulsa, Oklahoma, included in an article "by the editor of Parks & Recreation",... View more info

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Forest Trees of Oklahoma, How to Know Them

By: Phillips, George R.; Gibbs, Frank J.; Mattoon, Wilbur R.

Price: $9.95

Publisher: U.S.A., State Board of Agriculture Forestry Division & U.S. Department of Agriculture: 1959

Edition: Edition No. 9

Seller ID: 36048

Condition: Good

5.5" x 8.5". 135 pages. A Pocket Manual. Name of previous owner on title page. Clean text, no notes or underlining. Fresh copy for you! Complete descriptions of the trees, drawings of the details one needs to be aware of in order to identify a tree. Excellent guide to the trees in the state, maps of the counties, how to count the rings, recognise the leaf configuration, seeds, bark. Our book number 36048. View more info

The Age of Rococo

By: Pignatti, Terisio; translated from the Italian original by Andrade, Lorna

Price: $9.95

Publisher: Paul Hamlyn, London & Mlan: 1969

Edition: 2nd Edition

Seller ID: 3012

Condition: Very Good

Book came from a very fine private collection , stamped and initialled by that owner, then from the Public Library. some marker in the inside endpapers. No marks after the title page besides the endpapers. Beautifully kept book. Not much call for it among the farmers and ranchers of Northeast Oklahoma. Very little wear. Many full color photographs (69) illustrate the text, 153 pages. A CAMEO book, 5 and one quarter inches by 7 and three quarter inches. First English language edition View more info

Oklahoma Geological Survey, Control Circular No. 3, August 1941

By: Wolfard, N. E.

Price: $200.00

Publisher: WPA Project 65-1-65-212 sponsored by Division of Water Resources, Oklahoma Planning and Resources Board: 1941

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 49008

Condition: Very Good

99 pages. WPA Project 65-1-65-212, Division of Water Resources, Oklahoma Planning and Resources Board, Norman, August, 1941. Control Survey Circular No. 3. Complete fold-out legal size map of the state of Oklahoma inside back of book. Survey deals with the area inside Oklahoma to the east of longitude 98degrees and eastward to approximately longitude 97degrees , a corridor from north to south through the center of the state. Cover has some wrinkles and shelf wear, spine reinforced with old-fashioned cellophane tape. From the personal library of a leading Geophysicist. Sacrifice for the educati... View more info