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107 TEXAS: SCENES Texas Hill Country: A Scenic Journey. Eric W. Pohl. Experience the grandeur of the Texas Hill Country through stunning photographyandnarrativehighlighting the ruggednaturalbeauty,charmingtowns,and scenic wonders of Texas’ most celebrated region.Featuringover150colorphotos,take an intimate visual journey, leaving the big citiesbehindtorevealthetrueheartofTexas. Size: 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" • 153 color photos 152 pp. • ISBN: 978-0-7643-5392-5 hard cover • $24.99 Keeping Austin Weird: A Guide to the (Still) Odd Side of Town. Red Wassenich. Take a whimsical photo- graphic tour of the people, places, and events in Austin that collectively make it one of the weirdest cities in America. Size: 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" • 266 color and B/W photos • 144 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-5096-2 • hard cover • $24.99 Keep Austin Weird: A Guide to the Odd Side of Town. Red Wassenich. Entertaining text and color photos show the colorful places, people, and doings in Austin, Texas’ capital city. Tour the Cathedral of Junk built with over 700 bicycles. Meet the cross-dressing pe- rennial mayoral candidate, party at the Spamarama, and much more. Size: 11" x 8 1/2" • 188 color & 8 b/w images • 128 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-2639-4 • soft cover • $24.99 Greetings from Houston. Mary L. Martin & Dinah Roseberry. Houston, the largest city in Texas, has always been a dynamic metropolis, filled with historic and economic significance as well as cultural charm. Journey into its past through over 190 vintage postcards showing itsspecial features.Approximate dating and values are included. Size: 11" x 8 1/2" • 193 postcard images • Price Guide • 112 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-2653-0 • soft cover • $24.95 Greetings from San Antonio. Mary L. Martin & Nathaniel Wolfgang-Price. Go back in time and see San Antonio, Texas, through vintage postcards from the 1900s to the 1950s. Historic images review places that made the city famous, such as Fort Sam Houston, the Bexar County Courthouse, the Mission San Juan de Capistrano, and the Alamo. Size: 11" x 8 1/2" • 303 postcard images • 125 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-2679-0 • soft cover • $24.95 San Antonio: Past, Present & Always. Mel Brown. Archival postcard views and mod- ern photos are combined to show what has changed to the buildings and locations of San Antonio. The Alamo is prominently featured. While appreciating the city’s past, the author includes his memories of the old town in an effort to entertain, and educate, new residents and tourists. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 350 color images • Price guide/Index • 128 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3040-7 • soft cover • $24.99 Greetings from Dallas. Mary L. Mar- tin & Dinah Roseberry. This lone-star city’s history comes alive, displayed in over 140 precious views of hand-tinted postcards from the late 1800s through the 1940s. Admire the old City Hall (the setting for the assassination of Lee Harvey Oswald) and the famous Fair Park, with its magnificent gardens, buildings, and parks. Size: 9" x 6" • 143 color postcards • Price Guide/Index • 112 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-2805-3 • soft cover • $19.95 TEXAS: ARCHITECTURE Contemporary Texas Architecture. E. Ashley Rooney, with Joseph Adams, Kevin Alter, and Craig McMahon. This richly illustrated book displays the work of 34 Texas architects whose buildings encourage a renewed celebration of place. Thesebeautiful residencesvary instyle,scale, budgets, andsites,buttheyareallpositioned to incorporate theTexas lightand landscape, and the prospect of climate change. Size: 12" x 9" • 286 color and b/w images • 224pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-5238-6 • hard cover • $50.00 Historic Doorways of San Antonio, Texas. Frederick R. Preston, Ed.D. Foreword by Judge Nelson W. Wolff. Focusing on doorways, the unique and well-preserved historical architecture of San Antonio, Texas, recalls events important to both Texas and American history. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 189 color photos • Index of Architects • 128 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3167-1 • soft cover • $19.99 Old Places, New Spaces: Preserving, Re- modeling, Decorating San Antonio Style. David Strahan, AIA, Katharine Kaye McMillan, Ph.D., and Patricia Hart McMillan. Foreword by Phil Hardberge. In 545 color images, this book presents a sampling of residences embodying a living and evolving history of the Alamo City. Different in size, style, and locations, thesevaried living spaces share a similar sensitivity to the past anddynamicengagement inSanAntonio’s future. Size: 9" x 12" • 545 color photos • 224 pp.ISBN: 978-0-7643-4170-0 • hard cover • $50.00 TEXAS: ARTS & CRAFTS TexasWild Flowers. ElizaGriffinJohnston.Wa- tercolorpaintingscapturethebeautyofTexaswild flowers as painted by Eliza Griffin Johnston in the late 1840s and 1850s. She bound them into a bookasabirthdaygifttoherhusband,Gen.Albert Johnston,whowas laterkilledduringtheCivilWar. The William Barret Travis Chapter, The Daughters oftheRepublicofTexas,sharebeautiful imagesto reflect a time long gone.Size: 9" x 12" • 97 color prints•Index•248pp.•ISBN:978-0-7643-3863-2 • hard cover • $50.00 TEXAS: STORIES, LORE & HISTORY SpiritMagnetInTexas:20GhostlyEncounters. Ann Bridges. Take a wild Western romp across haunted Texas and beyond in the footsteps of a spirit magnet. Did phantom soldiers holding swords of fire really save theAlamo from destruction?And is it reallyTeddy Roosevelt’s ghost that haunts the bar at the Menger Hotel? Find the answers in this entertaining, factual, and historically accurate account. Size: 6" x 9" • 31 color images • 112pp. • ISBN: 978-0-7643-5034-4 • soft cover • $16.99 Supernatural Texas: A Field Guide. Brian Righi. Investigate ghost lights in Marfa, phantom herds on Stampede Mesa, ghostly sailors aboard the USS Lexington, and over 300 more creepy locations. Whether an avid ghost hunter or just someone looking to spruce up travel plans with a night in a haunted B&B, this book promises thrills and chills. Size: 11" x 8 1/2" • 70+ color photos • Index•160pp. ISBN:978-0-7643-3309-5•softcover•$24.99 Lone Star Saucers: Searching for UFOs in Tex- as. Nate Riddle. Journey across Texas in search of answers to the enduring UFO mystery. Interviews, eyewitness accounts, research, investigations, theories, and disclosure topics featured. Includes earliest UFO sightings, “Stephenville Lights" sightings, MUFON research, NASA astronaut Edgar Mitchell, author and ufologist Nick Redfern. Size: 6" x 9" • 13 b/w photos • 128 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-4608-8 • soft cover • $16.99 Texas Ghosts: Galveston, Houston, and Vicinity. Olyve Hallmark Abbott. Take a chilling journey into South Texas, post Hurricane Ike, from The Woodlands to Galveston, where the long departed are waiting to tell you their stories. Spend a frightening vacation moving from one haunted place to the next, taking in haunted hotels, mansions, and depots. Legends of haunted graveyards, phantom dogs, and other eerie phenomena will intrigue you. Size: 6" x 9" • 50 b/w photos • 192 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3410-8 • soft cover • $14.99 Lone Star Spooks: Searching for Ghosts in Texas. Nate Riddle. Take a ghostly tour of Texas. From the University of North Texas and The Catfish Plantation to the USS Lexington and Menger Hotel, tales of the paranormal are waiting to be discovered. An introduction to ghost hunting and real experiences of ghost hunters is included. Size: 6" x 9" • 11 images • Index • 160 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3744-4 • soft cover • $16.99 Ghosts of San Antonio. Scott A. Johnson. San Antonio holds a proud place in Texas history, but it is also a city soaked in blood and violence. Spend a night at the Menger Hotel, where a spirit child giggles in the hallway and a ghostly lady in blue dances the night away. Listen as souls of thousands whisper through the adobe walls of the famed Alamo. Size: 6" x 9" • 33 b/w photos • 160 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3122-0 • soft cover • $14.99 Spirits of Dallas: The Haunting of the Big D. Brian Righi. Relive spine-tingling tales of the phantom hitchhiker, cowboy ghosts of Preston Road, and a grave-robbing monster of Ghost Mountain. Visit the hidden ballroom of the Adolphus Hotel, where phantoms still dance the night away. Explore the creepy history of the wax museummurders and stay the night in the infamous, blood-soaked Reindeer Manor. Size: 6" x 9" • 34 b/w photos • 176 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3036-0 • soft cover • $14.99 Ghosts of Fort Worth: Investigating Cowtowns Most Haunted Locations. Brian Righi. Explore Fort Worth’s most haunted locations as you meet a white phantom figure at Oakwood Cemetery and seductive ghosts at Miss Molly’s Bed and Breakfast. Visit the Bonnie and Clyde suite at Stockyard’s Hotel or delve into the lawless past of Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse where a ghostly gentleman still seeks revenge on the man who killed him. Size: 6" x 9" • 35 b/w photos • 160 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-2813-8 • soft cover • $14.95 The Ghosts of Austin: Who They Are and Where to Find Them. Fiona Broome. Eerie tales of phan- toms and creepy happenings include Ben Thompson, Austin’s ghostly gambler and sheriff, Blanche Dumont, a boarding house madam ghost, the early days of the notorious Jack the Ripper’s killing spree and much more. Size: 6" x 9" • 61 b/w photos • 256 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-2680-6 • soft cover • $14.95 Famous Texas Women: Paper Dolls. Tom Tierney. Texas is loaded with women who’ve achieved stardom, including Mary Martin, Ann Sheridan, Jayne Mansfield, Carol Burnett, Reneé Zellweger, Selena, and Beyoncé Knowles, as well as powerhouse politicoes, including Ima Hogg, “Ma"Ferguson,AnnRichards,andBarbaraJordan. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 33 color dolls & outfits • 40 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-2952-4 • soft cover • $9.95 THE SOUTHWEST: TEXAS

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