The Resource A bunch of Ladinos rounded up and herded into the big corral, by the Vaqueros of Outfit 342 of the Lazy E Range ; cut out by inspector Frank Goodwyn ; roped, marked and branded by Jack Maguire, John Deschner ; and top hands, Dorothy James, Etta Grace Parks, Rachael Barber ; and sent bawling on their way by J. Frank Dobie

A bunch of Ladinos rounded up and herded into the big corral, by the Vaqueros of Outfit 342 of the Lazy E Range ; cut out by inspector Frank Goodwyn ; roped, marked and branded by Jack Maguire, John Deschner ; and top hands, Dorothy James, Etta Grace Parks, Rachael Barber ; and sent bawling on their way by J. Frank Dobie

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A bunch of Ladinos rounded up and herded into the big corral
Title
A bunch of Ladinos rounded up and herded into the big corral
Statement of responsibility
by the Vaqueros of Outfit 342 of the Lazy E Range ; cut out by inspector Frank Goodwyn ; roped, marked and branded by Jack Maguire, John Deschner ; and top hands, Dorothy James, Etta Grace Parks, Rachael Barber ; and sent bawling on their way by J. Frank Dobie
Title variation
[Lazy E] 342, a bunch of Ladinos rounded up and herded into the big corral
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
AZU
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
A bunch of Ladinos rounded up and herded into the big corral, by the Vaqueros of Outfit 342 of the Lazy E Range ; cut out by inspector Frank Goodwyn ; roped, marked and branded by Jack Maguire, John Deschner ; and top hands, Dorothy James, Etta Grace Parks, Rachael Barber ; and sent bawling on their way by J. Frank Dobie
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "May, 1943."
  • At head of title: [Lazy E] 342
  • The brand on the t.p. is the letter E lying on its back and stands for English, and English 342 in the University of Texas is entitled "Life and literature of the Southwest."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (leaf 89)
Contents
Introduction: The back-trail also runs forward (J. Frank Dobie) -- Frontispiece -- A settler's September (Etta Parks) -- Lake City, Colorado (Miles Carpenter) -- Buried treasure (Douglas Keenan, Jr.) -- Miracle man (Jack Maguire) -- The pacing white mustang (Gary Southern) -- Portrait of a Texas pioneer (Ellen Gibson) -- A touch of Texas (Dorothy James) -- Cole Younger (J.E. Johnson) -- Blue swishler (John Deschner) -- Pain-killers from the pioneers (Mary Gunter) -- Now I know mules (Sister Generosa C.D.P.) -- The musical snake (Roy Scudday) -- Harrisburg: past and present (E.E. Stokes) -- Barbed wire (Colegate Villaret) -- Man of property (Dorothy Chatmas) -- Granddad recollects (Mary McCullough) -- The prickly pear (Betty Lincoln) -- Class roster -- Adios
Control code
58598790
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
91 leaves
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Gift of Dudley Dobie and Marcelle Smith, 2013 (Access. No. 2013-082). From the library of Dudley Dobie, Sr. Front cover detached. Paperbound with saddle stitching.
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)58598790
Label
A bunch of Ladinos rounded up and herded into the big corral, by the Vaqueros of Outfit 342 of the Lazy E Range ; cut out by inspector Frank Goodwyn ; roped, marked and branded by Jack Maguire, John Deschner ; and top hands, Dorothy James, Etta Grace Parks, Rachael Barber ; and sent bawling on their way by J. Frank Dobie
Publication
Note
  • "May, 1943."
  • At head of title: [Lazy E] 342
  • The brand on the t.p. is the letter E lying on its back and stands for English, and English 342 in the University of Texas is entitled "Life and literature of the Southwest."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (leaf 89)
Contents
Introduction: The back-trail also runs forward (J. Frank Dobie) -- Frontispiece -- A settler's September (Etta Parks) -- Lake City, Colorado (Miles Carpenter) -- Buried treasure (Douglas Keenan, Jr.) -- Miracle man (Jack Maguire) -- The pacing white mustang (Gary Southern) -- Portrait of a Texas pioneer (Ellen Gibson) -- A touch of Texas (Dorothy James) -- Cole Younger (J.E. Johnson) -- Blue swishler (John Deschner) -- Pain-killers from the pioneers (Mary Gunter) -- Now I know mules (Sister Generosa C.D.P.) -- The musical snake (Roy Scudday) -- Harrisburg: past and present (E.E. Stokes) -- Barbed wire (Colegate Villaret) -- Man of property (Dorothy Chatmas) -- Granddad recollects (Mary McCullough) -- The prickly pear (Betty Lincoln) -- Class roster -- Adios
Control code
58598790
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
91 leaves
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Gift of Dudley Dobie and Marcelle Smith, 2013 (Access. No. 2013-082). From the library of Dudley Dobie, Sr. Front cover detached. Paperbound with saddle stitching.
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)58598790

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