ELEMENTS OF TRIGONOMETRY, PLANE AND SPHERICAL—ID’D TO VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE CADET CHARLES CRENSHAW MILLER

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By Lefebure De Fourcy, translated by VMI professor Francis H. Smith, w/dedication to Robert E. Lee Published by Kelly & Pier Publishers, Baltimore, MD, 1868. Owner inscription in ink., front eps—“Cadet C.C. Miller.” 138 pp. text, 150pp. tables of logarithms of numbers. In purple glazed cloth, 6” x 9, w/glit lettering. Exhibits light wear at the extremities. Covers and spine considerably faded, though solid and tight. Contain numerous notations in pencil & ink. Text light lightly yellowed but entirely legible.

Charles Crenshaw Miller, a native of Chalk Level, Pittsylvania Country, VA, was born July 31, 1851 entered VMI in August 1867, and was dropped from the rolls in September 1869.

Fine Virginia Military Institute collectible.  [jp]

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