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A.C. Greene's 50+ Best Books on Texas

A. C. Green has left us, but his love of Texas, its various parts, its history and literature lives through his bright and lively work. Greene, in his literate and plainspoken way, gave us the great gift of a guide to Texas literature in 1982, "The 50 Best Books on Texas" and in the 1998 revised version, The 50+ Best Books on Texas". We at Texas Star Books try to keep copies from Greene's list on hand. Some are easier to find than others, so we may not have them all. To view his picks, click on the book title. Look for the book, itself in our inventory, too!
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Texas Star Books has retail space in
Montgomery Street Antique Mall
2601 Montgomery Street @I-30
Fort Worth, Texas
We're proud of our selection of Texana, Texas History, American History and Military History. We also have a great selection of original WWII posters.
If you're in the D/FW area, please come browse our shelves!

Catalog 13 - Military & Other

Catalog 13 - Military & Other

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1 2nd Armored Division "A" Battery, 1st HOW BN - 3rd Artillery 1960
Fort Hood, TX 2nd Armored Division 1960 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good No Dust Jacket 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Bright and clean yearbook for the "A" Battery, 1st HOW BN03rd Artillery of the 2nd Armored Division, "Hell on Wheels", Fort Hood, Texas, 1960. Oversized format, 8-3/4"W X 11-1/4"H. Not pageinated. Yellow leatherlike boards have bright embossed print. Boards have some soiling. Still bright, and interior is clean and bright. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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2 Vietnam the First Year: A Pictorial History of the 2nd Brigade 1st Infantry Division
Brigade Information Office First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Black cloth spine with padded teal blue cloth boards and with clear vinal cover. Oblong format, 12"WX9-1/4"H. Bright and tight with a few minor smudges on boards. Clear cover has a little loss at spine ends and two small tears. Also has a closed 1-1/2" slit at back hinge. Clean and bright interior. Not pageinated. Very nice bit of history. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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3 Forester, C. S. The Good Shepherd
Boston Little Brown and Company 1955 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Forester's excellent story of the captain of a merchant ship leading a convoy in WWII, trying to avoid German submarine wolf packs. First Edition, First Printing. 310 pp. Red boards with bright gilt print and design on spine. Very slight right lean. Bottom page edge has a little spotting. Dust jacket has price intact. Front and spine is bright with minor corner wear. Rear panel shows dark rubbing on white background and has 1" piece missing from upper middle. Laid in is an article authored by Forester about his writing life with ink notation, 'Saturday Post 4-12-58'. Front paste down paper has former owner's bookplate with a taped on newsprint photo of Forester. Opposite end paper has ghosting from tape. Interior of book is clean. Pages slightly age-tanned. Nice collectible copy 
Price: 35.00 USD
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4 Lee, Henry G. Nothing But Praise
Culver City, CA Murray & Gee 1948 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good No Dust Jacket 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Poems of 1st Lt. Henry G. Lee, who survived the Bataan Death March, imprisonment at Cabanatuan and other Japanese POW camps but was killed while being shipped to Formosa aboard a 'hellship'. He buried his poetry under his barracks at Cabanatuan, and it was found after the camp was liberated by American rangers & scouts and Filippino guerillas, Jan. 1945. Lt. Lee's parent's published the poems and letters in 1948. Alice Springs, in her book, 'The Most Dangerous Man in America' said of Lee's work, "...few soldiers leave poems of such quality, but Lee's are celebrated for their restrained and remarkable beauty.". Gray-blue boards with black print showing a little rubbing. Light corner bumping and edge wear. Spine is creased and rubbed, and rear board has 1/4" oval paint spot. Some darkening of edges. Front paste down paper has previous owner's book plate.Opens to signature in a few places, but is a sturdy and clean copy. Rare hard back first printing. 
Price: 495.00 USD
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5 Livingston, James E.; Heaton, Colin D.; Lewis, Anne-Marie Noble Warrior The Story of Maj. Gen. James E. Livingston, USMC (Ret.), Medal of Honor (Signed)
Minneapolis, MN Zenith Press 2010 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Near Fine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Signed by Author
Signed by author, Medal of Honor recipient James E. Livingston on front free end paper, with name and inscription, "Semper Fi". Personal narrative of Vietnam USMC hero. Co-authors, Heaton and Lewis are both noted military historians. 247 pp. Bright, crisp, tight and clen copy. Dust jacket has minor creasing on edges and front hinge. Now in protective cover. Very nice signed copy. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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6 Shaara, Jeff A Blaze of Glory
New York, NY Ballantine Books 2012 0345527356 / 9780345527356 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Fine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Signed by Author
Signed by Shaara on title page in black felt-tip ink. Bright, crisp, tight and clean first edition, first printing with like dust jacket, protected by mylar cover. Unread and as new. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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