Taylor discusses in detail all of the printed Texas documents known to have been forged or fabricated and includes a census of every known copy, genuine or fake.
This book provides a thorough investigation of a series of forgeries of early Texas documents that shook the book . Designed by W. Thomas Taylor and printed letterpress at his press.
This book provides a thorough investigation of a series of forgeries of early Texas documents that shook the book world when they were first publicly disclosed in 1988. Large octavo, quarter cloth over illustrated boards. Note: There were 70 copies specially bound and signed.
Austin: W. Thomas Taylor, 1991. 140 pages, including 39 illustrations. With an introduction by Larry McMurtry, who promises to "slap on a little of color that Tom Taylor has had to leave off," this book is the definitive stud into the series of nefarious book dealings in Texas that have had world-wide consequences. Fine, at publication price. Bookseller Inventory 8474. Ask Seller a Question.
Thomas Taylor, Larry McMurtry," The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 85, no. 3 (SEPTEMBER 1991): 312-316. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months.
Author: W. Thomas Taylor; Larry McMurtry. ISBN: 0935072209, 9780935072204 Publisher: Texas State Historical Association.
W. Thomas Taylor (author). Austin rare book dealer Taylor lays out the facts concerning the forgeries: who made them; when and how they were made; how they were discovered; and whether or not the dealers involved know what they were selling. He also reveals for the first time the devastating impact of the looting of Texas libraries by thieves in the 1960s. Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Larry McMurtry's introduction delivers on his promise to "slap on a little of the color that Tom Taylor has had to leave of.
TEXASVILLE A NOVEL BY Larry McMurtry Praise for Larry McMurtry’s . She had thirty or forty T-shirts with lines from hillbilly songs printed on them
TEXASVILLE A NOVEL BY Larry McMurtry Praise for Larry McMurtry’s Texasville As Texasville unfolds, sentences practically tumble over one another in a race for laughs. Though Thalia is a small north Texas town, Texasville is really about contemporary America. But it is above all entertaining. She had thirty or forty T-shirts with lines from hillbilly songs printed on them. Every time she heard a lyric which seemed to her to express an important truth, she had a T-shirt printed.
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