Harris, Robert O. Walt Whitman; an exhibition. 1987. $7.50
Budner, Lawrence H. The Incredible Theodore Roosevelt, 1988. $7.50
J. Frank Dobie - Freedom of Speech; a keepsake on the occasion of John Henry Faulk's lecture, September 13, 1988. $7.50
Vinson, Michael. Motoring Tourists and the Scenic West, 1989. $12.50
Strickland, Rennard. Bodmer & Buffalo Bill at the Bijou, 1989. $7.50
Powell, Lawrence Clark. Landscape and Literature, 1990. Signed limited edition $38.00; regular edition $19.00.
Marcus, Stanley. Minding the Customer, 1990. English and French text, dos-a-dos in wrappers. $12.50
Farmer, David. The Collector's eye; selection from the Sally Zaiser Collection of Paul Horgan. 1991 $10.00
Elder, Jane Lenz. The Literature of Beguilement -- Promoting America from Columbus to Today. 1992. $24.50
Elder, Jane Lenz. Across the Plains to Santa Fe. 1993. Limited edition, (out of print); regular edition $12.50
Margolis, David. To Delight the Eye; Original Photographic Book Illustrations of the American West.
Horgan, Paul. Publisher's List; Figures from the House of Adam and Blaine. 1995. Limited edition, $30.00; regular edition, $15.00
Budner, Lawrence H. and Thomas J. Knock. Theodore Roosevelt and America's Rise to World Power: a centenary observance. 1998. $15.00
Burke, Lee and Jane Lenz Elder. Fur Trade in the American West, an exhibition. 1998. $20.00
Boardman, Andrea. Destination Mexico; "a foreign land a step away" U. S. Tourism to Mexico, 1880s-1950s. 2001. $35.00
Collyns, Adrian H. Northern Steam / Vapeurs du Nord : Photographs of French Steam Locomotives on the Chemins de Fer du Nord, 1906-1937, and later on the Northern Region of the S.N.C.F., Societe Nationale Chemins de Fer, 1938-1952. 2003. $10.00
Ronda, James P. The Tornado and the Treasure: Thomas Jefferson and the Louisiana Purchase. 2003. $5.00
Huseman, Ben W. "Territories so extensive and fertile": The Louisiana Purchase. A Bicentennial Exhibition Catalogue of Books, Maps & Prints drawn from the Collections of the DeGolyer Library. 2004. x, 97pp. Illustrated. $10.00
Fisher, William. Pablo Neruda: A Centennial Celebration. A Bibliographical Catalogue based on an Exhibition at the DeGolyer Library September 16-October 29, 2004. Curated by William Fisher, Don Klein & Curt Zimmerman. 2004. [xiv], 84pp. Description of 100 items. $15.00
Quastler, I.E. Rock Island Line in Focus: The Railroad Photographs (1898-1925) of Jules A. Bourquin. 2007. 160 pp. Heavily illustrated with photographs from the Bourquin Collection at DeGolyer Library. Jules A. Bourquin documented the activity of the Rock Island in Horton, Kansas, including unusual locomotives and trains, employees at work, wrecks, facilities, and much more. A compelling visual record of a small-town on the prairie and the railroad’s influence, written by a leading historian of American railroads. $29.95
Robertson, Herb. The ABCs of De: A Primer on Everette Lee DeGolyer, 1886-1956. 2007. 195 pp. Known to his friends and associates as “De” or “Mr. De,” Everette Lee DeGolyer was a larger-than-life figure whose career was marked by numerous accomplishments. The ABCs of De is an essential reference guide to the life and times of one of the major figures in the modern petroleum industry. $15.00
Terry, Marshall. "From high on the hilltop ..." : Marshall Terry’s history of SMU, with various essays by his colleagues. 2009. 148 pp. The history, an informal one filled with Terry’s insights based on his long association with the university, is augmented by fourteen essays that address specific topics and a comprehensive time-line. Essay authors include the president of SMU, R. Gerald Turner. Paperback edition, $24.95. Cloth edition, $34.95.
Remembering Horton Foote: 1916-2009. Edited by Marion Castleberry and Susan Christensen. 2011. 224 pp. A memorial volume, with tributes from Horton Foote’s colleagues and friends. Authors include Daisy Foote, Horton Foote Jr., Edward Albee, Robert Duvall, Romulus Linney, and Jean Stapleton. $25.00.
Peterson, Anne E. The Civil War in Photographs: New Perspectives from the Robin Stanford Collection. $20.00.