WAGONS, MULES AND MEN; How the Frontier Moved West. Nick EGGENHOFER.
WAGONS, MULES AND MEN; How the Frontier Moved West
WAGONS, MULES AND MEN; How the Frontier Moved West
WAGONS, MULES AND MEN; How the Frontier Moved West
WAGONS, MULES AND MEN; How the Frontier Moved West
WAGONS, MULES AND MEN; How the Frontier Moved West
WAGONS, MULES AND MEN; How the Frontier Moved West
WAGONS, MULES AND MEN; How the Frontier Moved West
WAGONS, MULES AND MEN; How the Frontier Moved West
WAGONS, MULES AND MEN; How the Frontier Moved West
WAGONS, MULES AND MEN; How the Frontier Moved West

WAGONS, MULES AND MEN; How the Frontier Moved West

New York: Hastings House Publishers, 1961. First Edition. Cloth. 184 pages. Presentation Copy, SIGNED/INSCRIBED by Nick Eggenhofer in ink on the half-title, "To John Carroll with our very best wishes / Nick Eggenhofer". The late John M. Carroll was a well-regarded Custer historian. Carrol's SIGNED bookplate is affixed to the front endpaper facing Eggenhofer's inscription. Illustrated dust jacket. Profusely illustrated from drawings by by Eggenhofer, including several double-page illustrations. Brown cloth. 7 1/2" x 10". A well-researched and illustrated account of the way pioneers moved overland in the American West, with emphasis on the vehicles and animals used. Nick Eggenhofer (1897 - 1985) was a German-born American illustrator, painter, and sculptor, widely regarded as one of the premier artists of Western subjects. A Near Fine copy (some edgewear at the spine-ends; small abrasion to front cover) in a Very Good Plus dust jacket (price-clipped; edgewear), now in a clear mylar protective sleeve. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of our books via media mail, to any United States address. Near Fine / Very Good Plus. Item #2053

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