Guidon Books has been located in Scottsdale, Arizona since 1964 and has an extensive collection of new and out of print books on the American Civil War and Western Americana. We also have large Lincoln and Custer Collections and another section devoted to American Indian History, Arts and Crafts.
7109 E. 2nd Street (corner of Marshall & Second)
Hours: 10 am - 5 pm Monday - Saturday
Shelly Dudley --Proprietor
Phone: (480) 945-8811
Fax: (480) 946-0521
Gift Certificates Available
Welcome to the Guidon Books Home Page
We invite you to browse through our store to locate that hard-to-find book you have been unable to come across. We travel throughout the country each year, searching for books of special interest to our friends and customers. We look forward to helping the serious collector find that one book to complete a collection, or guiding the history buff who is interested in learning more detail about a particular event or historical figure. We hope you find something you like and come back to visit often. The books listed here are but a small sampling of the books we carry. If what you´re looking for is not listed, give us a call or send an
Sarge Sez ... . . .
"My companion and I lost our best friend"
-Aaron L. Cohen passed away December 2010, at the age of 91 years young. We will miss him deeply.
Aaron's daughter, Shelly and her husband Gordon, are now going to take care of the new place.
Call, Email, or Visit us at our new location in Scottsdale
See our Ad in True West Magazine - We were just voted Best Western History Bookstore 2013
Arizona thinks we are The Best -
Lakeside Classics Sale - Selected Titles
News Civil War
Do You Know...
The Civil War was the last major conflict in which each
regiment had what affliate group to inspire it in combat?
We Buy Books Too
Wanted ... Read or Alive
These are some links to other websites that may be of
interest. We are building this site into a resource for historical information.
If you know of any good links we have not included, please send them to us.
Totally Unrelated to the Old West or the Civil War
however, its a great bagel slicer invented by our son-in law.