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Vintage

Texas: A Self-Portrait, Signed

Booth & Williams

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Texas: A Self-Portrait, Signed
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Texas: A Self-Portrait, Signed
Texas: A Self-Portrait, Signed

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1970s

Condition:

Excellent

Materials:

paper/cloth

Size:

9" L x 1" W x 12" H

Color/Finish:

red/blue

Why We Love This

Texas: A Self-Portrait by Jon Holmes. New York: Henry N. Abrams, 1979. 231 pages. Oversize. Hardcover with dust jacket. Beginning with a lively review of Texas history and prehistory, the book continues with a lavish visual chronology that spotlights key historic dates and people. 494 illustrations, including 100 plates in full color.
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Why We Love This

Texas: A Self-Portrait by Jon Holmes. New York: Henry N. Abrams, 1979. 231 pages. Oversize. Hardcover with dust jacket. Beginning with a lively review of Texas history and prehistory, the book continues with a lavish visual chronology that spotlights key historic dates and people. 494 illustrations, including 100 plates in full color.

About Booth & Williams

Booth & Williams stands at the timeless intersection of vintage and vogue. From first editions and fine bindings to eclectic blends by subject, color, period, and texture, our classic book decor warms and distinguishes today's personal and professional spaces. Our weekly offerings are curated exclusively for One Kings Lane's customers.