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The J. Frank Dobie Collection

Christmas Series

The following items are currently held in Special Collections at Logan Library. To access these materials, please contact Sara Schmidt, the Special Collections/Reference Librarian. Currently access is restricted to appointments only.

SERIES II: Christmas Series (by Year)

 

Dobie, J. Frank. (Christmas, 1933). Juan Oso: Bear Nights in Mexico. (Reproduced from Southwest Review 19.1). REPRINT, [1983].

Dobie, J. Frank (Christmas, 1941). Bob More: Man and Bird Man. (Reproduced from Souuthwest Review 27.1 (1941). 2 copies, one with photograph ("Nest of Mississippi Kite")

Dobie, Bertha McKee. (Christmas, 1942). Old Alf. Dobie, J. Frank. (Christmas, 1942). The Alamo's Immortalization of Words. (Reprinted from Southwest Review (1942))

Dobie, J. Frank. (Christmas, 1947). My Salute to Gene Rhodes. (2 copies)

Dobie, J. Frank (Christmas, 1948). The Seven Mustangs. Austin: The Adams Publications.

Dobie, J. Frank (Christmas, 1950). Books and Christmas. (Reprinted from Southwest Review Winter (1951))

Dobie, J. Frank. (Christmas, 1951). A Christmas Remembrance: Charm in Mexican Folktales. (Reprinted from Texas Folklore Society, Publication XXVI, The Healer of Los Almos and Other Mexican Lore, Dallas, 1951.)

Dobie, J. Frank (Christmas, 1952). Wild and free.
(Cover also includes the words Gutzon Borglum- perhaps illustrator of line drawing of horses?)

Dobie, J. Frank (Christmas, 1953). A Plot of Earth. (Reprinted from Southwest Review, Spring, 1953)

Dobie, J. Frank. (Christmas, 1954). The Meycla Man. (El Paso del Norte: 1954). Signed and inscribed to Herbert Arbuckle.

Dobie, J. Frank. (Christmas, 1955). As the Moving Finger Writ. (Reprinted from Southwest Review, Autumn, 1955, Dallas) Signed and inscribed to Herbert Arbuckle.

Dobie, J. Frank. (Christmas, 1956). His Books and My Ways Would Hang Any Man. (Reprinted from Southwest Review (1956), Dallas) Signed and inscribed to Herbert Arbuckle.

Dobie, J. Frank. (Christmas, 1957). James Bowie, Big Dealer. Reprinted from The Southwestern Historical Quarterly 40.3 (1957). Signed and inscribed to Herbert Arbuckle.

Dobie, J. Frank (Christmas, 1958). Tom Gilroy's Fiddler. Signed and inscribed to Herbert Arbuckle.

Dobie, J. Frank. (Christmas, 1961). Storytellers I Have Known. (Reprinted from Singers and Storytellers, Publication of the Texas Folklore Society vol. 30: Dallas: SMU Press, 1961.) Signed.

Dobie, J. Frank. (Christmas , 1962) A Schoolteacher in Alpine. (Reprinted from Southwest Review (1962) Dallas.) Signed and inscribed to Herbert Arbuckle.

Dobie, J. Frank. (Christmas, 1963). Hunting Cousin Sally. Reprinted from Southwest Review (1963). Dallas: SMU Press.) Signed and inscribed to Herbert Arbuckle.