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This spellbinding collection of fifty-three true pioneer stories, originally published in 1939, brilliantly captures the history of the development of the frontier in the area of southwestern Texas from the Civil War period up to the 1930's. ISBN13:9780938349785. Release Date:September 1991.
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Bibliographic Details. Title: OLDTIMERS THEIR OWN STORIES. Publisher: Hornby Press, TX. Publication Date: 1939. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included. Signed: Signed by Author(s).
Florence Stanley (July 1, 1924 – October 3, 2003) was an American actress of stage, film, and television. Florence Stanley was born as Florence Schwartz in Chicago, the daughter of Hanna (née Weil) and Jack Schwartz. She began a long career on stage, film and TV starting in the 1940s. Her earliest theatrical performances include The Importance of Being Earnest with the Touring Players, Bury The Dead at New York's Cherry Lane Theatre, and Machinal.
Florence finch kelly. Author of "With Hoops of Steel," "The Delafield Affair," Etc. With Illustrations in Color by Stanley L. Wood Ellhorn stood with his back toward the middle door; and the two men inthe rear room cautiously made their way into the front again, revolversin their hands. Nick turned and found himself facing Faustin Dysertand Hippolito Chavez, a policeman and member of Dysert's society.
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