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1 Long,Walter;, Flood to Faucet: Being the Story Back of the Story of the Colorado River of Texas and Its Development
Self-published 1956 - 1st edition 1st Edition.. Hardcover Very Good No Jacket Book 
Hardcover, no dustjacket, SM 4to, 116pp; blue cloth cover w/silver gilt title; very good condition w/light shelfwear; black & white photos; The Story of the Colorado River of Texas and Its Development The development of the system of dams and lakes, known as the Highland Lakes, in central Texas. Texas residents will have state tax added to their bill. Cover: 0.0 0.0 
Price: 75.00 USD
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2 Walter E. Long For All Time to Come
Austin, TX Walter E. Long 1964 Limited Edition Hardcover Good No Jacket Book Signed by Author(s)
Two volume set in a slipcase: Book telling the story of the efforts required to enlarge the University of Texas campus in 1921. The book is a limited edition #731 & is signed by the author on the limitation page. With the book is a case with 6 maps in it showing the university campus before and after the expansion. In the front of the book a letter from the author as well as the envelope it came in is taped to the endpapers. Laying inside is a photograph of Walter Long driving a horse drawn carriage along with some children accompanying him. The back of the photo has an explanation of the photo & the names of the children.Two articles about the book are glued to the back endpapers. The glue has stained the eps & the articles. There is some light foxing on the pages edges & on some of the ephemera. 
Price: 95.00 USD
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