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Appleton, WI: 1863. Fine content A.L.S. 4to., 2 pages, Appleton, WI, January 27, 1863, providing news of troop movements and the firing and replacement of several Generals, in part: "...I suppose Rosecrans Army is at Murfreesboro yet. You see they cashiered and dismissed Porter. They ought to do the same with Buell or shoot him. When such traitors are out of the Army, we shall do better. I believe Rosecrans to be a true good officer. I understand he has.....
Philadelphia: Joseph Allen, 1845. Illustrated with woodcut plates. 252 pages. 12mo, contemporary calf; covers worn at edges, leather rubbed and worn at spine, contemporary ownership signature in ink inside front cover, ex-library with bookplate on flyleaf and embossed stamp on title page, back end page repaired, some foxing and toning throughout. Philadelphia: Joseph Allen, 1845. A very good copy.
London: Milan, 1757. Collected by a Gentleman of the Army. In which are included, Kane's Discipline for a Battalion in Action...and General Kane's Campaigns of King William and the Duke of Marlborough...Hand-tinted folding map of the Seat of War, Lines and Plans of Battles (some hand-tinted), and above Sixty Military Schemes, finely engraved from the originals of Generals... charts, (some folding). 146pp. + 21pp. charts and plans + 55pp. + 10pp., 8vo, original mottled calf covers, rebacked in calf with.....
New York: Macmillan Publishing, 1984. 317 pages. 8vo, black cloth-backed boards, d.w. New York: Macmillan Publishing, (1984). First edition. Dust wrapper has some scratches and a small tear at foot of spine, embossed library stamp on the title page and on the top edge. Still a very good(+) copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper.
Signed card, 3.5" x 2.75", "M.I. Ludington - Quartermaster General - U.S. Army", evenly toned and in very good condition. From an intact collection of Spanish-American War officers. A forty-year career soldier who achieved the rank of Brigadier General during the Civil War and closed out his career as Quartermaster General.
New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, Inc., 1999. 60 black and white illustrations, 17 maps, (one on front endpaper), 382 pages. 8vo, black boards with 1/2 red spine (gold embossed lettering on spine), d.w. New York, Carroll & Graf Publishers, Inc. (1999) A near fine copy. First Carroll & Graf edition.
Cheslin: 1840. Fine content A.L.S. 8vo. 3 pages, Cheslin, September 21st 1840, written just as his last volume of The History of the Peninsula War was released to the public, giving his recollections of two fellow officers who were killed in the Battle of Nivelle, written in a very difficult to read hand, in part: "...I thank you for the kind information as to the satisfaction of Colonel Lloyd... I was deeply affected by his death... for we had been.....
New York: Czechoslovak Recruiting Office, 1918. Poster. Color lithograph. Page measures 35 3/4 x 25 inches. World War I recruiting poster by Czech artist Vojtech Preissig. Several horizontal creases, and tears, unmounted. This poster is number 10 in a series of 16 designed and printed at the the School of Printing and Graphic Arts of Wentworth Institute where Preissig was director. Poster states, issued by the Czech Recruiting Office, Tribune Building, New York. Repairs to margins.
New York: Czechoslovak Recruiting Office, 1918. Poster. Color lithograph. Page measures 35 3/4 x 25 inches. World War I recruiting poster by Czech artist Vojtech Preissig. Several horizontal tears, creases, unmounted. This poster is number 7 in a series of 16 designed and printed at the the School of Printing and Graphic Arts of Wentworth Institute where Preissig was director. Poster states, issued by the Czech Recruiting Office, Tribune Building, New York. Repairs to margins.
Racine, Wisconsin: Whitman Publishing Co., 1944. Some black & white illustrations. 248 pages. 8vo, blue cloth with red lettering, vibrant pictorial d.w. (edgeworn, lightly toned) protected with mylar. Racine: Whitman Publishing Co., (1944). Previous owner's name inked on front endpaper, pages toned. A very good copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper. Illustrated by Henry E. Vallely.
Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1863. Many text illustrations, full page plates and maps, some folding. viii + 182 pages, small 8vo, original blind-stamped brown stamped cloth; text heavily foxed; significant dampstain to covers and first 50 or so pages; some signatures starting, but still sound. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1863. Second edition.