Título: A History of Rock Island and Rock Island ...
Editorial: U. S. Army Rock Island Arsenal, Rock Island, IL
Año de publicación: 1965
Edición: First Edition; First Printing.
Three volumes + supplement volume, bound in uniform library buckram with silver stamping, very good+ copies with a few rubbed spots. Nothstein was an active member of many groups in the Rock Island community, including the Rock Island Historical Society and the Augustana Historical Society, which he played an important role in organizing. Due to his deep interest in local history, Nothstein was commissioned to write A History of the Rock Island Arsenal in 1936 by Colonel A. G. Gillespie, then commander of the Arsenal. [See "Historical Note: Ira O. Nothstein Papers" at Augustana College. The volumes in their current form combine the work of Dr. Nothstein with that of George W. Wickstrom, Leonard C. Weston and Clifford W. Stephens. ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 1-194; 195-373; -635;-806] pages. N° de ref. de la librería 25278
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