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 COX, SAMUEL S. (1824-1889). AMERICAN CONGRESSMAN AND DIPLOMAT., Autograph Letter Signed by American Congressman and Diplomat Samuel S. "Sunset" Cox.
COX, SAMUEL S. (1824-1889). AMERICAN CONGRESSMAN AND DIPLOMAT.
Autograph Letter Signed by American Congressman and Diplomat Samuel S. "Sunset" Cox.
New York: July 12, 1875. 1875. - Letter penned in black ink & filling one side of an approximately 8 inch high by 5 inch wide sheet of lined paper. Signed "S.S Cox". There is some staining to the top edge of the letter along with a number of tiny marks elsewhere, most of this being offsetting from the verso. Folded twice for mailing. Good. Cox writes to his correspondent that the books he refers to are from the Smithsonian, "I suppose under my frank. They are not from me." In a postscript he requests a favor: "Ask Mr. Robeson why he does not respond to my notes lately. What's up. Is he gone - or dead, or -what?" Samuel S. "Sunset" Cox [1824-1889] was an American Congressman and diplomat. He represented both his native Ohio and New York in the United States House of Representatives, and also served as United States Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire. He was known as an eloquent speaker [though his wife wrote many of his speeches]. He acquired his nickname "Sunset" after a particularly florid description of a sunset was published in an article in the "Ohio Statesman". Good .
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Catalogue: Americana
Keywords: AMERICANA; AMERICAN DEMOCRATIC POLITICIAN; AMERICAN DIPLOMAT; UNITED STATES AMBASSADOR TO THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE; CONGRESSMAN FROM OHIO; CONGRESSMAN FROM NEW YORK; SAMUEL S. "SUNSET" COX; AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED; ALS; A.L.S.; SIGNATURE; AUTOGRAPH; N

 
(O'CONNOR, MICHAEL PATRICK; 1831-1881). O'CONNOR, MARY DOLINE
The Life and Letters of M.P. O'Connor. Written and Edited by His Daughter Mary Doline O'Connor
New York: Dempsey & Carroll, 1893. 1893. New York: Dempsey & Carroll, 1893. 1893. Good. - Octavo, brown cloth titled in gilt on the spine with decorative frames in blind on both covers. The binding is bumped with some heavy rubbing to the spine & extremities. There is a small piece out of the spine near the head. xi & 561 pages. There is a pencil signature dated 1894 on the blank following the flyleaf. The fore-edge is foxed & there is occasional foxing & soiling elsewhere in the book. Several bottom page corners are creased. Illustrated with a black-and-white portrait frontispiece. Good.

First edition.

O'Connor was a member of the South Carolina state house of representatives 1858-1866; he was a Congressman from South Carolina 1879- 1881. Good .

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Book number: 13806
USD 95.00 [Appr.: EURO 78.5 | £UK 67.5 | JP¥ 10384]
Catalogue: Americana
Keywords: AMERICANA; SOUTH CAROLINA; POLITICIAN; ORATOR; BIOGRAPHY; SPEECHES; ORATIONS; THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF M. P. O'CONNOR; MARY DOLINE O'CONNOR; IRISH AMERICAN; CONGRESSMAN; STATE REPRESENTATIVE; CHARLESTON; NINETEENTH CENTURY; 19TH CENTURY; FIRST EDIT

 
(O'CONNOR, BASIL). MARK, JULIUS; SPELLMAN, FRANCIS, CARDINAL; PEALE, NORMAN VINCENT
Understanding. Not Tolerance, But Understanding / by Julius Marks, D.D. , LL. D. , Senior Rabbi of Congregation Emanu-El of the City of New York. Bigotry Is Un-American / by His Eminence Francis Cardinal Spellman, Archbishop of New York. Understanding... A Source of Strength / by Norman Vincent Peale, D.D. , LL. D. , Minister, Marble Collegiate Church, New York City
New York: Privately printed by Kurt H. Volk, Inc. (1954). (1954). New York: Privately printed by Kurt H. Volk, Inc. (1954). (1954). Fine. - Octavo, blue marbled boards backed with black morocco, titled & decorated in gilt on the spine. The top edge is gilt & the endpapers are marbled. The slipcase is lacking. The head & tail of the spine are lightly rubbed. Half-title & 51 pages. There is some light foxing to the prelims, else near fine.

Limited edition of 1,000 copies.

From the library of Basil O'Connor with his bookplate on the front pastedown and with the library stamp of his second wife, Hazel Royall, on the verso of the front endpaper.

Basil O'Connor [1892-1972] was an American lawyer. In 1919, he founded his own law firm in New York City, where he met Franklin D. Roosevelt in the early 1920s and became his legal advisor. Roosevelt, who contracted polio in 1921, partnered with O'Connor to found the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation. O'Connor succeeded Roosevelt as President of the Foundation in 1928. Ten years later the two men cofounded the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, which notably initiated an entirely new way of raising money with its radio campaign called "The March of Dimes". O'Connor's second wife, Hazel Royall, was a therapist at Warm Springs. Fine .

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Book number: 18249
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Keywords: AMERICANA; UNDERSTANDING; NOT TOLERANCE, BUT UNDERSTANDING; JULIUS MARK; BIGOTRY IS UN-AMERICAN; FRANCIS CARDINAL SPELLMAN; UNDERSTANDING...A SOURCE OF STRENGTH; NORMAN VINCENT PEALE; LIMITED EDITION; BASIL O'CONNOR; HAZEL O'CONNOR; WARM SPRINGS;

 
CONWAY, MARTIN F. (1829-1882)
The War a Reactionary Agent: Speech of Hon. M.F. Conway, of Kansas. Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 27, 1863
N.p. 1863. 1863. N.p. 1863. 1863. Fair. - sc Octavo. Printed self-wraps bound with cream cord. 15 pages. The first & last leaves are detached and the remaining leaves are almost detached. The page edges are slightly darkened. A number of page corners are lightly bumped & there are some tiny pinholes & soiling to page 15. Good reading copy.

Martin Franklin Conway was a U.S. congressman, consul to France, abolitionist and advocate of the Free-State movement in Kansas. Though he was known for his opposition to slavery, he was against the Civil War and served as a member of the Washington, D.C. "peace convention" in an effort to avert it. Here he expounds on his reasons for opposing the war. Fair .

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Book number: 28359
USD 25.00 [Appr.: EURO 20.75 | £UK 17.75 | JP¥ 2733]
Catalogue: Americana
Keywords: AMERICANA; CIVIL WAR; SLAVERY; SECESSION; UNION; ABRAHAM LINCOLN; THE WAR A REACTIONARY AGENT: SPEECH OF HON. M. F. CONWAY, OF KANSAS; OPPOSITION TO CIVIL WAR; MARTIN FRANKLIN CONWAY; KANSAS CONGRESSMAN; NINETEENTH CENTURY; 19TH CENTURY; FIRST EDITION; 1S

 
(THE NATIONAL WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS).
The National Woman's Relief Corps Red Book Containing the Constitution and Rules and Regulations of the National Woman's Relief Corps Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic and Decisions and Notes Thereon.
Washington, D.C.: The National Tribune Company, 1923. 1923. - Octavo, red cloth titled in gilt with golden yellow rules decorating the front cover. The covers are rubbed and bumped with some fading and dampstaining. 181 pages. An early owner's name and the date are penned at the top of the title page. Good.

Revised edition of the rules and regulations originally "Adopted by [the] Twenty-third National Convention Denver, Colorado, 1905".

Recognized in 1883, The National Woman's Relief Corps was a secret organization formed by women who were loyal to the North during the Civil War. Good .

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Book number: 36036
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Catalogue: Americana
Keywords: AMERICANA; THE NATIONAL WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS RED BOOK; CONSTITUTION; RULES; REGULATION; AUXILIARY TO THE GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC; HISTORY; CIVIL WAR.

 
VAN CORTLANDT, PIERRE, JR.; ET AL
Correspondence of the Van Cortlandt Family of Cortlandt Manor 1800-1814. Compiled and Edited by Jacob Judd
Tarrytown, NY: Sleepy Hollow Restorations, (1978). (1978). Tarrytown, NY: Sleepy Hollow Restorations, (1978). (1978). Very good. - Octavo, dark blue cloth titled in gilt with device stamped in red, white & gilt on front cover, in dw. The spine is lightly rubbed & the top edges of the covers are slightly faded. The dw is rubbed. lii & 778 pp. Double- page frontispiece map & 2 B&W illustrations [portraits]. Very good.

First edition. Very good .

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Book number: 1690
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Catalogue: Americana
Keywords: AMERICANA; NEW YORK STATE; HUDSON VALLEY; CROTON; CORTLANDT MANOR; VAN CORTLANDTS; PIERRE VAN CORTLANDT, JR.; LETTERS; CORRESPONDENCE; JACOB JUDD; FIRST EDITION; 1ST EDITION.

 
COX, JAMES
My Native Land. The United States: Its Wonders, Its Beauties, and Its People; with Descriptive Notes, Character, Sketches, Folk Lore, Traditions, Legends and History, for the Amusement of the Old and the Instruction of the Young
St. Louis: The Blair Publishing Co. 1895. 1895. St. Louis: The Blair Publishing Co. 1895. 1895. Good. - Octavo, blue cloth (bumped, rubbed & stained); titled in gilt. 400 pages (first few leaves creased; occasional soiling; small piece out from corner of 1 plate). Illustrated with 23 plates. Good.

First edition. Flake 2564; Chapter 5: "The Mormons .."; Adam's Rampaging Herd No.594. Note: Cox edited one of the most important books on the cattle industry. Good .

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Book number: 14421
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Catalogue: Americana
Keywords: AMERICANA; AMERICAN HISTORY; MY NATIVE LAND; JAMES COX; FOLKLORE; LEGENDS; AMUSEMENTS; INSTRUCTION; ILLUSTRATIONS; MORMONS; FIRST EDITION; 1ST EDITION; AMERICAN WEST.

 
CRAWFORD, CAPTAIN JACK (JOHN WALLACE CRAWFORD)
Whar' the Hand O' God Is Seen. And Other Poems. By Captain Jack Crawford (Late Chief of Scouts, U.S. Army). Roped for Relief of the Author, the Divertisement of Tenderfeet, and the Joy of All Those Who Love God's Great out-of-Doors
New York: New York Lyceum Publishing Co. 1910. 1910. New York: New York Lyceum Publishing Co. 1910. 1910. Good. WITH A LENGTHY INSCRIPTION IN THE FORM OF AN ORIGINAL POEM SIGNED BY THE POET SCOUT CAPTAIN JACK CRAWFORD - Octavo, 7-1/2 inches high by 5 inches wide. Green cloth titled in gilt on the front cover & spine. The covers are heavily rubbed with some of the coloring scratched away. 152 pages, with the text printed in brown, illustrated with a portrait frontispiece. The front hinge is cracked and the top corners of the last several pages are creased. Good.

First edition.

Though 'Vol. 1" appears on the spine, we have found no evidence that any subsequent volumes were ever published.

Inscribed in ink on the front endpaper by John Wallace "Captain Jack" Crawford with an original 20-line manuscript poem, signed "J.W. Crawford ('Capt. Jack') New Year 1911".

Known as the Poet Scout, John Wallace "Captain Jack" Crawford (1847-1917) was a civilian scout with the 5th Cavalry Regiment during the Great Sioux War of 1876. He joined Brig. General George Crook's command after Custer's defeat and death at Little Big Horn and served as war correspondent for the Omaha Bee. Routinely carrying dispatches along the highly perilous route of 400 miles to Fort Fetterman, he is remembered by his friend Buffalo Bill Cody for delivering not only a letter from General Sheridan but also a full bottle of whiskey. It was, however, his daring 350 mile ride to deliver news to the New York Herald of General George Crook's victory over Chief American Horse at the Battle of Slim Buttes that made him a national celebrity. Subsequently scouting in New Mexico, he then served as a special agent for the U.S. Justice Department for four years before taking to the lecture circuit, gaining in popularity as the "Poet Scout" entertaining audiences of thousands in music halls and on stages throughout the country. Good .

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Catalogue: Americana
Keywords: AMERICANA; LITERATURE; POETRY; POEMS; CAPTAIN JACK CRAWFORD; JOHN WALLACE CRAWFORD; FIRST EDITION; WHAR' THE HAND O' GOD IS SEEN; 1ST EDITION; TWENTIETH CENTURY; 20TH CENTURY; 5TH CAVALRY; GREAT SIOUX WAR; ILLUSTRATED; FRONTISPIECE; INSCRIBED; ORI

 HITCHCOCK, FRANK (1867-1935). POSTMASTER GENERAL UNDER TAFT, CREDITED WITH ESTABLISHING THE FIRST U.S. AIR MAIL SERVICE., The Former Postmaster General Frank Hitchcock's Autograph on an Envelope Commemorating the 20th Anniversary of the First Air Mail Flight.
HITCHCOCK, FRANK (1867-1935). POSTMASTER GENERAL UNDER TAFT, CREDITED WITH ESTABLISHING THE FIRST U.S. AIR MAIL SERVICE.
The Former Postmaster General Frank Hitchcock's Autograph on an Envelope Commemorating the 20th Anniversary of the First Air Mail Flight.
Mineola, NY, September 23, 1931. 1931. Mineola, NY, September 23, 1931. 1931. Very good. - A 3-5/8 inch high by 6-1/2 inch wide envelope illustrated with vignettes of the First Air Mail Flight which took off from Mineola in 1911 and the 1931 equivalent. "Mineola Chamber of Commerce" and the date are stamped in green at the top left and three two cent U.S. postage stamps at right are postmarked with the date and canceled. Addressed to Seymour Halpern in type, the envelope is signed in ink vertically along the left edge "Frank Hitchock / P.M.G. 1911", indicating his position as Postmaster General when that first air mail flight took off in 1911. The envelope is opened and a return address is typed on the flap on the verso. Very good.

Chairman of the Republican National Committee from 1908 to 1909, Frank Harris Hitchcock (1867-1935) was Postmaster General of the United States under President Taft from 1909 to 1913. Hitchcock is credited with establishing the first U.S. airmail service and with cracking down on mail fraud.

The recipient, Queens, New York Republican Congressman Seymour Halpern (1913-1997) started his political career as a campaign aide to New York's powerful mayor Fiorella La Guardia and first served in New York's State Senate for 14 years before seeking a seat in the U.S. Congress. In Albany Halpern sponsored 279 bills that became law, including measures on schools, housing, civil rights, nutrition and mental health. A Liberal, he was something of an anomaly as the lone Republican representative from New York City, and generally garnered support from Labor Unions and endorsement from the Liberal Party. Yet he never even considered switching parties as he considered membership in the Republican Party a family tradition and commitment. While he found ample time for his private pursuits, including painting and collecting autographs, he took his legislative duties very seriously. Of these, he was proudest of his co- sponsorship of the 1964 Civil Rights Act and of the original 1965 Medicare legislation. Very good .

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Book number: 34340
USD 500.00 [Appr.: EURO 412.5 | £UK 355 | JP¥ 54652]
Catalogue: Americana
Keywords: AMERICANA; POSTMASTER GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES; AUTOGRAPH; FRANK HARRIS HITCHCOCK; SIGNATURE; COMMEMORATING FIRST U.S. AIR MAIL FLIGHT; MINEOLA, NY; CHAIRMAM OF THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE; TWENTIETH CENTURY; POSTAL HISTORY; PHILATELICS; STAMPS;

 
CROCKETT, WALTER H.; EDITOR
Vermonters: A Book of Biographies
Brattleboro, VT: Stephen Daye Press, (1931). (1931). Brattleboro, VT: Stephen Daye Press, (1931). (1931). Very good. - Small octavo, pink cloth titled in gilt, in dw. Extremities slightly faded; spine faded & soiled; dw darkened with head of spine torn. 254 pp. Foxing to endpapers, else very good.

Scarce in dustwrapper. Very good .

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Book number: 6573
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Keywords: AMERICANA; VERMONT; VERMONTERS; BIOGRAPHIES; WALTER CROCKETT H.; REFERERENCE. (Americana). (Vermont). VERMONTERS: A BOOK OF BIOGRAPHIES. Crockett, Walter H.; editor.

 
CROLY, DAVID G
Seymour and Blair: Their Lives and Services. With an Appendix Containing a History of Reconstruction
NY: Richardson and Company, 1868. 1868. NY: Richardson and Company, 1868. 1868. Good. - Octavo, dark green cloth titled in green & gilt with decorations in gilt on spine. The covers are rubbed, bumped & soiled with small stains; the head & tail of the spine are chipped & there is a tiny tear to the bottom of the rear joint. 275 pp. There is a chip out of the bottom corner of the title page; there is staining & foxing to the endpapers & prelims & occasional staining to the text pages. 2 B&W portrait plates & 1 folding facsimile [Senate vote on impeachment of Andrew Johnson]. Good.

First edition. A variant of Miles 538, with the spine stating "Authorized Edition" but the facsimile inserted before the Appendix.

With the aim of furthering the Democratic cause in the election of 1868, the author recounts the lives and political careers of Horatio Seymour and General Francis P. Blair, Jr. who were the Democratic candidates for President and Vice-President in that election. He hopes that his work "will be far more effective as a means of proselyting [sic] inquiring or wavering Republicans, than one filled with strong party appeals, and abounding in the reckless charges so common in the prints usually put forth by political parties upon the eve of important elections." [Author's Preface]. Good .

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Book number: 1976
USD 35.00 [Appr.: EURO 29 | £UK 25 | JP¥ 3826]
Catalogue: Americana
Keywords: AMERICANA; ELECTION; DEMOCRATIC PARTY; NINETEENTH CENTURY; 19TH CENTURY; CIVIL WAR; RECONSTRUCTION; HORATIO SEYMOUR; FRANCIS P. BLAIR, JR.; POLITICIANS; CANDIDATES; DAVID G. CROLY; PLATES.

 
CROY, HOMER
Last of the Great Outlaws: The Story of Cole Younger
New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, (1956). (1956). New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, (1956). (1956). Very good. - Octavo, gray cloth, in a dust jacket. The covers are lightly bumped & the spine & extremities are very slightly darkened. The dust jacket is soiled with the head of its spine lightly chipped. x & 242 pages. 8 pages of black-and-white illustrations. There is light staining to the bottom corners of the illustration pages. Very good.

First edition.

Adams Six-Guns no. 524: "Much on the Youngers, the Jameses, Belle Starr, and many of the other outlaws of that period." . Very good .

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Book number: 17340
USD 25.00 [Appr.: EURO 20.75 | £UK 17.75 | JP¥ 2733]
Catalogue: Americana
Keywords: AMERICANA; WESTERN AMERICANA; OUTLAWS; GUNMEN; COLE YOUNGER; JESSE JAMES; JAMES-YOUNGER GANG; GANG; QUANTRILL; HOMER CROY; ILLUSTRATIONS; ADAMS SIX-GUNS; FIRST EDITION; 1ST EDITION.

 CURTIS, CHARLES. (1860-1936). 31ST VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES (1929-1933)., Senate Pass for Future Congressman Seymour Halpern, Signed As Vice President by Charles Curtis.
CURTIS, CHARLES. (1860-1936). 31ST VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES (1929-1933).
Senate Pass for Future Congressman Seymour Halpern, Signed As Vice President by Charles Curtis.
Washington, DC: June 17, 1929. 1929. - A printed black-and-white illustrated "United States Senate Chamber" card, 2-5/8 inches high by 4 inches wide, signed "Charles Curtis" with the date, Halpern's name and "71st Session" filled in by Curtis in ink. The card is very slightly soiled. Near fine.

Charles Curtis [1860-1936] was elected as Vice President of the United States with President Herbert Hoover. He was sworn in as Vice President on March 4,1929 and served until March 4, 1933. Born in Kansas Territory to a mother of the Kaw Nation, Curtis was the first person with significant Native American ancestry and the first person with acknowledged non-European ancestry to reach either of the highest offices in the U.S. government's Executive Branch.

The Queens, New York Republican Congressman Seymour Halpern (1913-1997) started his political career as a campaign aide to New York's powerful mayor Fiorella La Guardia and first served in New York's State Senate for 14 years before seeking a seat in the U.S. Congress. In Albany Halpern sponsored 279 bills that became law, including measures on schools, housing, civil rights, nutrition and mental health. A Liberal, he was something of an anomaly as the lone Republican representative from New York City, and generally garnered support from Labor Unions and endorsement from the Liberal Party. Yet he never even considered switching parties as he considered membership in the Republican Party a family tradition and commitment. While he found ample time for his private pursuits, including painting and collecting autographs, he took his legislative duties very seriously. Of these, he was proudest of his co-sponsorship of the 1964 Civil Rights Act and of the original 1965 Medicare legislation. Very good .

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Book number: 34822
USD 150.00 [Appr.: EURO 123.75 | £UK 106.5 | JP¥ 16396]
Catalogue: Americana
Keywords: AMERICANA; VICE PRESIDENTS; SENATE PASS FOR FUTURE CONGRESSMAN SEYMOUR HALPERN, SIGNED AS VICE PRESIDENT BY CHARLES CURTIS; 31ST VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES; SIGNATURE; AUTOGRAPH; NATIVE AMERICAN ANCESTRY; NON-EUROPEAN ANCESTRY.

 
(CUSTER, GEORGE ARMSTRONG). KING, CHARLES, CAPTAIN
Custer's Last Battle. Introduced by Paul L. Hedren
Grand Rapids, MI: Custer Ephemera Publications, 1975. 1975. Grand Rapids, MI: Custer Ephemera Publications, 1975. 1975. Very good. - Octavo, soft cover bound in pictorial tan wraps with a cover illustration in black by Gail Mercatante on the front wrap. The wraps are slightly soiled with the corners lightly creased & a tiny tear to the top edge of the rear wrap. iii, 10 & [1] pages. Illustrated with a plan of the Little Big Horn battle-ground. Very good.

Custer Ephemera Publication Number Eight, limited to 1,000 copies. Reprinted from the August 1890 Harper's Magazine. Very good .

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Book number: 12297
USD 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 8.25 | £UK 7.25 | JP¥ 1093]
Catalogue: Americana
Keywords: AMERICANA; INDIAN WARS; GEORGE ARMSTRONG CUSTER; GENERAL CUSTER, CUSTER'S LAST BATTLE; LITTLE BIG HORN; MILITARY; AMERICAN INDIANS; NATIVE AMERICANS; CHARLES KING; PAUL L. HEDREN; GAIL MERCATANTE; CUSTER EPHEMERA PUBLICATION.

 
(CUSTER, GEORGE). LUTHER, TAL
Custer High Spots. Introduction: Don Russell
Fort Collins, CO: The Old Army Press, 1972. 1972. Fort Collins, CO: The Old Army Press, 1972. 1972. Very good. - Octavo, navy blue cloth titled in gilt. The covers are very lightly spotted & lightly rubbed with a score mark to the front cover. [v] & 99 pages with black & white illustrations by Byron Wolfe. A previous owner's address label, blind stamp & signature are on the front endpaper. Else the contents are very good.

First edition.

The classic work on books about Custer. Very good .

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Book number: 12102
USD 50.00 [Appr.: EURO 41.25 | £UK 35.5 | JP¥ 5465]
Catalogue: Americana
Keywords: AMERICANA; MILITARY; GENERAL; GEORGE CUSTER; CIVIL WAR; INDIAN WARS; SIOUX; NATIVE AMERICANS; REFERENCE; ILLUSTRATIONS; BYRON WOLFE; DON RUSSELL; TAL LUTHER; FIRST EDITION; 1ST EDITION. (Americana). CUSTER HIGH SPOTS. Introduction: Don Russell. (Custer,

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