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"THIS COMES AT THE END OF THE MOST CRITICALLY TROUBLED PERIOD OF MY LIFE… I BELIEVE I CAN WRITE A GOOD NOVEL, PERHAPS MY GREATEST"

GREY, Zane. Manuscript notebook ("Baggage Notebook May 1932 33 New Zealand & Tahiti"). New Zealand and Tahiti, 1933.

Manuscript diary, written entirely in Zane Grey's hand, including a 32-page packing list for Grey's 1932-33 trip to New Zealand and Tahiti focusing on fishing gear, as well as a writing log maintained during the trip tracing the daily progress of Twin Sombreros, Ride the Man Down, 30,000 on the Hoof, and "Horse Thief" and sharing Grey's in-depth thoughts at the completion of each work. $8500.

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FIRST EDITION OF THE LAST OF THE PLAINSMEN, INSCRIBED BY “BUFFALO” JONES AND ZANE GREY

GREY, Zane. Last of the Plainsmen. New York, 1908.

First edition, illustrated with 26 black-and-white photographic plates, inscribed by the book's subject: “With compliments of ‘The Last of the Plainsmen’, C.J. Jones” and by the author: “And the author Zane Grey.” $4500.

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EXCEPTIONAL FIRST EDITION, PRESENTATION/ASSOCIATION COPY, OF FORLORN RIVER, INSCRIBED FROM ZANE GREY TO HIS SON, NOVELIST LOREN GREY

GREY, Zane. Forlorn River. New York and London, 1927.

First book edition, presentation copy, of this Western romance set in Northern California, the basis for the film adaptations starring Jack Holt and Buster Crabbe, inscribed to Zane Grey's novelist son, with whom he had a fraught relationship: "To Loren from Dad. Zane Grey." $4500.

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