Texas Camel Tales: Incidents Growing Up Around an Attempt By the War Department of the United States to Foster an Uninterrupted Flow of Commerce Through Texas By the Use of Camels
Texas Camel Tales: Incidents Growing Up Around an Attempt By the War Department of the United States to Foster an Uninterrupted Flow of Commerce Through Texas By the Use of Camels

Texas Camel Tales: Incidents Growing Up Around an Attempt By the War Department of the United States to Foster an Uninterrupted Flow of Commerce Through Texas By the Use of Camels

San Antonio, TX: Naylor Publishing, 1932. First Edition. Hard Cover. 8vo. Variant binding without "July, 1932" of verso of title page. Tan suede-covered boards. B&w photos throughout. Fold-out plate of letter photographs. Sound binding with intact hinges. Clean pages with some very faint marginal toning. Pressed-out corner crease and minor soiling to two leaves. Light cover wear. Bottom corners show slightest of shelf wear. Gift inscription reads, "From Col. Charles B. Tuttle, 1932 to E. D. Tepper. Very Good. Item #008171

"The best account of the famous camel experiment in Texas, this volume is also a successful blend of the numerous official records of the experiment with the memoirs and anecdotes of the people involved." See Basic Texas Books #55.

Price: $275.00

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