The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 68, July 1964 - April, 1965 Page: 671
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The Pemberton Press presents:
PORTRAIT OF PANCHO
THE LIFE OF A GREAT TEXAN,
J. FRANK DOBIE
WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY DR. HARRY RANSOM
S. . a true image of the man and writer, Frank Dobie. .. .This
Portrait provides us with a fond remembrance."-Mrs. Roy Bedichek.
"This is Dobie in depth. It penetrates far beneath the surface of the
man and expertly exposes the essence of one of the world's great
Texans." -John Henry Faulk
"This important volume gives us the Frank Dobie story when we
want it and need it-now. It is well done. It has caught Mr. Dobie's
spirit. My congratulations to Winston Bode."
-Mrs. Walter PrescottWebb.
"The greatest tribute I can pay this profile . . . is to say that I
believe Frank Dobie would have approved it and enjoyed reading
it himself." Joe A. Small, Publisher of
True West and Frontier Times.
"Mr. Bode is admirably fitted to choose and assemble in this book
just those things about Dobie which represent him best . . . here is
truly the Dobie whom we at the Southwest Review knew and loved
for so many years." -Margaret Hartley, Editor, Southwest Review.
CONTAINING NEARLY 100 FULL-PAGE PHOTOGRAPHS
Combining biography and critique, Winston Bode has caught in
Portrait of Pancho the true spirit and life of J. Frank Dobie, Texas'
greatest man of letters. Of particular interest are the nearly one
hundred photographs of Dobie, dating back to his early childhood
and college days, which have been selected by Mr. Bode and Mrs.
Dobie, mostly from her personal collection. Published in an attrac-
tive format and printed in two colors on fine paper, approximately
175 pages, the book is offered for sale at
A special limited edition of 150 numbered copies, autographed by
the author, bound in leather and slipcased, is available at $25.00
THE PEMBERTON PRESS
1 Pemberton Parkway
*Texas residents add sales tax. Postage and handling extra.
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