Titolo: THE ARMY REUNION: WITH REPORTS OF THE ...
Casa editrice: S.C. GRIGGS AND COMPANY, CHICAGO, IL
Data di pubblicazione: 1869
Legatura: HARD COVER
Condizione libro: GOOD CONDITION
Edizione: FIRST EDITION.
339 PAGES. GREEN PEBBLED CLOTH BINDING WITH GOLD STAMPED TITLES AND BEVELED EDGES. WITH 3 1/2" X 7 3/4" S.C. GRIGGS & CO. PRINTED BROADSIDE ADVERTISEMENT INSERTED. THE BOOK SOLD FOR $4.00 IN 1869. MULTIPLE ENGRAVINGS OF THE ARMIES OFFICERS. LISTS MEMBERS OF THE VARIOUS ARMY SOCIETIES. TIGHT COPY WITH EARLY WEAR AT THE SPINE ENDS. THE GOLD EMBOSSED LABELING ON THE COVER AND SPINE IS BRIGHT. HANDSOME B/W ENGRAVINGS OF SEVERAL OF THE GENERALS OF THE SOCIETIES INCLUDING THAT OF SHERMAN, THOMAS, HAWKINS AND SCHOFIELD. ALSO COLORED PLATES OF THE RIBBON BAGGES OF THE SOCIETY OF THE ARMY OF TENNESSEE AND THE COLORED BADGE OF THE SOCIETY OF THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND. PRINTED BY CHURCH, GOODMAN AND DONNELLEY, PRINTERS AND STEROTYPERS, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. AMERICAN IMPRINTS INVENTORY CHICAGO ANTE-FIRE # 1432. OWNER'S SIGNATURE "LEWIS M. DAYTON" ON THE SECOND FREE END PAGE. A NICE COLLECTIBLE COPY. Size: 6 1/8" X 9 3/8". Codice inventario libreria 001257
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