Imagen de la librería
Título: Chasing Villa: the Story Behind the Story of...
Editorial: Harrisburg, Pa., The Military Service Publishing Company, 1934
Año de publicación: 1934
Edición: First Edition.
With a wonderful full-page INSCRIPTION by the author dated 1935 to Captain Neal H. Richmond. Tompkins led the 13th US Cavalry in its last charge--the hot pursuit of Doroteo Arango, alias Francisco "Pancho" Villa, foe of Yankee oppression--in 1916. He served (along with George S. Patton) under General John Pershing, first in the concerted effort against Villa and then overseas against the huns. Richmond was one of Tompkins' subordinates in the army during the Great War: a wonderful association. Richmond has marked some passages neatly and folded a few pages. Some notes and a clipping from a Mexican newspaper laid in. Otherwise a fine, bright copy. N° de ref. de la librería 12494
Opciones de pago
Esta librería acepta las siguientes opciones de pago:
Librería en AbeBooks desde: 2 de agosto de 2006
All items are offered subject to prior sale. We accept paypal, as well as personal checks and money orders in US funds. Credit card orders accepted only through ABE. Massachusetts residents please add 5% sales tax. Institutions can be invoiced according to their requirements. Books will be reserved for one week following request. Any purchase can be returned for any reason for a full refund within 30 days of receipt.
US Shipping (media mail) is $3.50 for the first volume, $1.00 each additional. Priority mail is $6.00 for the first book, $2.00 each additional. For overnight service or international shipments, please inquire. Insurance is extra and will be charged at cost. Orders usually ship within 2 business days. Shipping costs are based on books weighing 2.2 LB, or 1 KG. If your book order is heavy or oversized, we may contact you to let you know extra shipping is required.
Descripción de la librería: For 25 years, Carpe Librum has sold speculative fiction, mysteries, vintage paperbacks, and other literary first editions to the trade; we are now making our books available to the general public. Our stock comprises over 15,000 volumes. We encourage you to browse our inventory and to submit your want lists.