Labree, Ben ; (editor)

Editorial: Courier- Journal Job Printing Co., 1898
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560 pages; Former owner's name on first blank after brown endpapers, some offsetting from laid-in news clips,spine faded, otherwise clean and secure in original pictorial gray cloth binding with image of the confederate flag on front cover. OCLC: 4454694 A Volume of Humorous Anecdotes, Reminescences, Deeds of Heroism, Thrilling Narratives, campaigns, hand-to-hand fights, bold dashes, terrible hardships endured, imprisonments, Hair-breadth escapes, Exploits of Scouts and Spies, Perilous Journeys, Daring Raids, Boarding and Capturing Vessels, Sea Fights, Tragic Events, etc. Confederate Poems and Selected Songs. Profusely illustrated by Col. L.T. Dickinson, Adj. N.B. Forrest Camp, U.C.V., Chatanooga, Tenn., Charles Grunwald, E.W. Girard, John C. Johansen, Salina B. Flexner, and other well-known artists. N° de ref. de la librería

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Editorial: Courier- Journal Job Printing Co.
Año de publicación: 1898
Encuadernación: Hardcover
Condición del libro: Very Good-
Edición: First Edition.

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LaBree, Ben (editor)
Publicado por Courier-Journal Job Printing Company, Louisville, KY (1899)
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Mullen Books, ABAA
(Marietta, PA, Estados Unidos de America)

Descripción Courier-Journal Job Printing Company, Louisville, KY, 1899. Hardbound. Condición: See description. Full embossed leather (spine gone). All edges are gilt. 560 pp., few illustrations. This copy, though in dire need of rebinding (spine gone, covers off, text block intact and solid) is unique in that it bears a dedication bookplate stating as follows: {to} The Confederate Soldiers' Home, Pikesville, MD from John Brown + Sons, May 2, 1908" written in contemporary ink. John Brown and Sons was a Hardware and Machinests' Supplies firm on Pratt Street in Baltimore, and their letterhead makes up the bookplate. Possibly related directly to the Abolishonist, thus a unique association piece. Certainly associated to the hardware store, where the first man to die in the Civil Ware was removed to after he was shot but before he died, and where he was given first aid by the store owner. Nº de ref. del artículo: 119852

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