The Resource A quiet and peaceable life, Gardner Smith, Robert Reitz ; illustrated with line drawings by Lucretia Donnell Coke and a Caprock Canyons photo essay by Cari Newman Vieregg

A quiet and peaceable life, Gardner Smith, Robert Reitz ; illustrated with line drawings by Lucretia Donnell Coke and a Caprock Canyons photo essay by Cari Newman Vieregg

Label
A quiet and peaceable life
Title
A quiet and peaceable life
Statement of responsibility
Gardner Smith, Robert Reitz ; illustrated with line drawings by Lucretia Donnell Coke and a Caprock Canyons photo essay by Cari Newman Vieregg
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
TXI
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
The Palo Duro Sketchbooks
Series volume
v. 2
Label
A quiet and peaceable life, Gardner Smith, Robert Reitz ; illustrated with line drawings by Lucretia Donnell Coke and a Caprock Canyons photo essay by Cari Newman Vieregg
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "Published in conjunction with Studio Los Madrugadores"--P. [3]
  • On double leaves, traditional oriental format
  • Maps on folded leaves
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [109]-115) and index
Contents
Texas State Fair -- Trinity River bottom -- Mineral Wells -- The Palo Pinto Range -- Metcalf Gap -- Caddo -- Possum Kingdom -- Markley -- Windthorst -- Archer City -- Medicine Mounds -- Copper Breaks -- McDonald Creek -- Matador -- South prong of the Little Red -- Fern Cave -- Caprock attained -- Tule Canyon -- Turkey -- Quitaque -- Amarillo -- Prairie Dog Town Fork -- Happy -- Tulia -- Quitaque Canyon -- Floydada -- Blanco Canyon -- Plainview -- New Deal -- Lubbock -- Clairemont -- Between the forks -- The way the wind had left it -- Albany -- Breckenridge -- Necessity Cemetery -- The road to Strawn -- Strawn and Mingus -- Thurber -- Afterglow -- Postscript -- Bibliography -- Index
Control code
82373036
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
16th ed.
Extent
119 p.
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): No. 41. Gift of the authors, 2006 (Access. No. 2006-189). Stiff paper covers and heavy string binding the spine.
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), col. maps
Label
A quiet and peaceable life, Gardner Smith, Robert Reitz ; illustrated with line drawings by Lucretia Donnell Coke and a Caprock Canyons photo essay by Cari Newman Vieregg
Publication
Note
  • "Published in conjunction with Studio Los Madrugadores"--P. [3]
  • On double leaves, traditional oriental format
  • Maps on folded leaves
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [109]-115) and index
Contents
Texas State Fair -- Trinity River bottom -- Mineral Wells -- The Palo Pinto Range -- Metcalf Gap -- Caddo -- Possum Kingdom -- Markley -- Windthorst -- Archer City -- Medicine Mounds -- Copper Breaks -- McDonald Creek -- Matador -- South prong of the Little Red -- Fern Cave -- Caprock attained -- Tule Canyon -- Turkey -- Quitaque -- Amarillo -- Prairie Dog Town Fork -- Happy -- Tulia -- Quitaque Canyon -- Floydada -- Blanco Canyon -- Plainview -- New Deal -- Lubbock -- Clairemont -- Between the forks -- The way the wind had left it -- Albany -- Breckenridge -- Necessity Cemetery -- The road to Strawn -- Strawn and Mingus -- Thurber -- Afterglow -- Postscript -- Bibliography -- Index
Control code
82373036
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
16th ed.
Extent
119 p.
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): No. 41. Gift of the authors, 2006 (Access. No. 2006-189). Stiff paper covers and heavy string binding the spine.
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), col. maps

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