Here we go again. We leave next week for the big show at Cole’s . Then we follow that up with the North Texas Book Show in October and the Austin show in January. I’m as well stocked as I have ever been. There are several early Texas books with maps that are very rare. There are scarce 19th century first editions , and a framed 1840 map of Texas. I have two great folk art Indians, and a prehistoric cave bear skull. In other Texas books, there are a bunch of the Steck reprints of early Texas books, some really nice association items, some nice signed Dobie books, special edition, and books listed in Basic Texas Books. There are several early land grants signed by governors. Also, a photo album of almost 200 photos showing the construction of a bridge across the Brazos in the early 20th century. It has the potential to be a great set of shows. I’ll try to keep you posted.