Through These Portals : The Story of the George H. McEntire Family and the U Ranch

283 pp, [4], quarterbound w/brown-tan-red-green marbled boards and w/brown leather spine w/gilt lettering, cream-brown map endpapers, limited edition of 400 cc's, this being author's copy, brown cloth covered slipcase. Part I has two sections. "W.R. McEntire and the Founding of the U Ranch" by Monte L. Monroe and "George Herbert McEntire" by Ruth Elliott McEntire Caldwell. Part II contains Father and Son Correspondence: Running a Ranch including "A Jackrabbit Drive" by Abel Ramirez. Part III consists of "George writes to Virginia in School, 1930s." Part IV contains "George' Stories and Poems, 1930s and 1940s". Part V is More Correspondence, 1940s. The U Ranch was located in Sterling City, Texas. On the edition page for copy "Author's Copy" has been written in place of a number. Below this is the handwritten lines "West Texas Historical Association Ruth McEntire Caldwell April 2009 U Ranch". On the dedication page is written in the gutter of the book "Gift from Author 2009" in pencil.

Title: Through These Portals : The Story of the George H. McEntire Family and the U Ranch

Author Name: Caldwell, Ruth Elliott McEntire and edited by Gilbert, Christine M.

Illustrator: Photos

Categories: Agriculture, History, Texana, Non-Fiction, biography,

Edition: Limited/Numbered

Publisher: Sterling County, TX, North Concho Press: 2007

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: No Jacket/Near Fine Slipcase

Type: Limited & Numbered Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author

Size: Sm4to from 9" to 11"

Seller ID: 039680

Keywords: Rancher Biography U Ranch Jackrabbit Sterling City Texas Poetry Poems