Tiny Texas: Dingus, Anne and Victoria Loe Tiny Texas: Dingus, Anne and Victoria Loe

Tiny Texas

Dingus, Anne and Victoria Loe

Published by Amistad Press, 1982
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(48)ff. One of 335. Illustrated throughout in sepia, with a few illustrations in color. The book is a miniature version of an article that appeared in the December 1979 issue of the Texas Monthly describing some of the state's "diminutive bests." These include the Houston Astrodome, the world's smallest indoor stadium, the Hinckley oak, which occurs naturally only in two areas of Texas and rarely grows over two feet, and Diffily Ranch, home to miniature horses and pygmy goats. Fine in brown cloth and tan paper-covered boards. Prospectus laid in. (Bradbury, p. 5). (2 1/3 by 1 3/4; 64x46mm). Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Tiny Texas
Publisher: Amistad Press
Publication Date: 1982

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Dingus, Anne; Loe, Victoria
Published by Amistad Press (1982)
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Book Description Amistad Press, 1982. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Limited Edition. Miniature hardcover; 2.5 x 1.875 inches; unpaginated; illustrated. Brown paper backed in dark brown cloth, marbled end papers, tiny silver booksellers label from Tokyo's Lilliput Oval Saloon in rear. No notable flaws. Originally published as an article in the December, 1979 issue of Texas Monthly. A collection of small people, places and things in Texas. With many illustrations throughout. From the authors' introduction: "From plants and animals that are only knee-high to a grasshopper, from landmarks to literature, from art to scientific discoveries -- a big array of diminutive bests. We Texans love the Big Tex myth, but in this era of limits it's in bad taste to strive for grandiosity. Now is the time to excel at being small even more than we did at being big. And Texas is ready. To prove it we've combed the state for tiny Texana. Seller Inventory # 000843

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