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The Westerner: Special Commemorative Issue

This special commemorative issue of The Westerner is signed by the author, Roger M. Crowley. (#121)
$26.00

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Campfire Conversations

Interviews with the co-workers of John Wayne, by Tim Lilley, with additional comments and interviews by Roger M. Crowley. Signed by the author. (#122)
$36.00

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John Wayne: Made in America

John Wayne’s patriotism is explored through photos, personal letters and mementos, and memorabilia from the Wayne family archives. Carefully curated by the editors of the Official John Wayne magazine, this book gives new insight to the man who embodied the American spirit. (#119)
$25.00

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Wayne and Ford

The Films, the Friendship, and the Forging of an American Hero, by Nancy Schoenberger. An in-depth look at the iconic relationship between John Ford and John Wayne and their lasting cultural impact. (#118)
$28.00 

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The John Wayne Code – Leather

Leatherette bound volume of wit, wisdom and timeless advice from the American icon, John Wayne. (#117)
$16.00

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John Wayne Cast Iron Official Cookbook

Hearty meals and heartfelt stories shared by Duke’s family. More than 100 recipes you can cook in your cast iron, from breakfast to dessert and everything in between. (#115)
$23.00

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John Wayne Way to Barbecue

Great stories and manly meals shared by Duke’s family. More than 100 recipes, tips and tricks to get you grilling like Duke. (#114)
$23.00

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4020-there_road_legend_bookJohn Wayne: There Rode a Legend

This stunning volume on John Wayne’s life with text by Jane Pattie is the first book from publisher Wilma Russell’s stable of Western Classics. Covering the life and career of this movie legend, it offers a rare glimpse at his life as a rancher and cattle breeder, his female film partners and sidekicks, son Michael Wayne’s pick of Duke’s top 10 westerns, and more. Filled with exceptional photographs. Forward by Maureen O’Hara. 11-3/4″ x 11-3/4″, hard cover, 275 pages. (#101)
$50.00

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51D9HUTFuNL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_John Wayne, My Father

A fascinating insight into the real life of John Wayne, written by his daughter Aissa. Here’s a candid look at the private side of a complex and surprisingly sensitive man, devoted father, and human being. With numerous personal and family photos. Softcover, 6″ x 9″, 229 pages. (#102)
$18.00

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8460-JW_genuine article_bookJohn Wayne, The Genuine Article

More than an ordinary book, this stunning tome by veteran entertainment-industry journalist Michael Goldman also includes scrapbook-like sections with reproductions of letters and other documents. Interviews, stories, photos, memorabilia and text from Wayne’s unfinished memoir present a rich and rare peek into his personal life and his life as a Hollywood icon. Foreword by President Jimmy Carter, preface by his son Ethan. 9-1/4″ x 12-1/4″, hardcover, 160 pages. (#103)
$50.00

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john-wayne-the-life-and-legend-9781439199589_lgJohn Wayne: The Life and Legend

John Wayne died more than thirty years ago, but he remains one of today’s five favorite movie stars. The celebrated Hollywood icon comes fully to life in this complex portrait by noted film historian and master biographer Scott Eyman. (Mr. Eyeman gave the keynote address at the grand opening of the John Wayne Birthplace Museum in May of 2015.) 672 pages, 6″ x 9″, softcover. (#104)
$20.00

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51Te6tpd+fL._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_The Young Duke

By Howard Kazanjian and Chris Enss. This book tells how Marion Morrison became the legend known as John Wayne. Shedding new light on his formative years from his birth in Winterset, Iowa through his days as a college football star, to his early Hollywood roles and influences, this biography reveals the true stories behind Duke. Includes previously unpublished photographs and family anecdotes. Hardcover, 6-1/4″ x 9-3/8″, 194 pages. (#106)
$15.00

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7540-Quotable_JW_bookThe Quotable John Wayne

Complied and edited by Carol Lea Mueller, this inspirational collection contains Wayne anecdotes on God and country, the old west, friends and family and acting. It concludes with quotes from others about John Wayne the actor and John Wayne the man. Duke’s words are put together in a readable, memorable format that reveals, along with his grit, a quick and wicked sense of humor. Hardcover, 5-1/8″  x 8.25″, 71 pages. (#108)
$15.00

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8e725abcca04faea659113d60523c26fAll American Cowboy Cookbook

By Ken Beck and Jim Clark. This book has over 300 recipes from the world’s greatest cowboys. Enjoy recipes and photos of your favorite actors of film and television. 7-3/4″ x 10-1/4″. Soft cover, 355 pages. (#109)
$17.00

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J97A1171-2The Official John Wayne Way to Grill

For Duke, good food meant good times. This book is packed with meals from his table to yours. With 100+ recipes, including selections straight from the Wayne family archives, with step-by-step instructions. 8″ x 9″, hardcover, 258 pages. (#110)
$23.00

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IMG_3222Fighting for Freedom: A Salute to the Troops with John Wayne

John Wayne is remembered for his roles portraying our nation’s servicemen on the big screen, but many do not know just how far his support and admiration of our troops went offscreen. The Wayne family has opened their archives to share the correspondence Duke kept with soldiers and presidents, unforgettable photographs of his visits overseas in Vietnam and comments from our soldiers on why John Wayne movies represent the best values for the American military tradition. Hardcover, 208 pages. (#111)
$23.00
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img_3841The John Wayne Family Cookbook

Recipes and recollections from Duke’s kitchen to yours. 100+ recipes and tips that span every meal, from breakfast to dessert. Never-before-seen photographs of Duke with his family, stories from family and friends about the John Wayne they remember. (#112)
$23.00
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John Wayne American

During a long movie career, John Wayne defined the role of the cowboy and soldier, the gruff man of decency, the hero who prevailed. But who was he, really? Here is the first substantive, serious view of a contradictory private and public figure. (#120)
$38.00
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