The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 49, July 1945 - April, 1946 Page: 340
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real interest and value were realized. They were so common
and so absurdly cheap that no one gave a thought to their
Collectors are paying dearly for the oversight. The writer
knows-in ten years he has secured less than half the Dime
Novel Texas items pertaining to his particular little collecting
segment of Texana-the Texas Rangers. But in the interest
of spice and variety as well as completeness the search must
go on until Ingraham's Texas Charlie, the Boy Ranger, Hall's
The Brazos Tigers; or, The Minute Men of Fort Belnap, Buf-
falo Bill's Texas Jack, the Lasso King; or, The Robber Rangers
of the Rio Grande, Hall's Raybold, the Rattling Ranger, Major
J. H. Robinson's The Texas Rangers, and all the other missing
ones rest on the library shelf. Ten thousand per cent of the
original price is a standard dealer quotation-whenever he has
one to quote-and they are worth it.
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