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D-DAY REFERENCE BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE RON TUNISON

D-DAY REFERENCE BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE RON TUNISON

Hardcover volume titled “6 JUNE 1944 – SOLDIERS IN NORMANDY” by Philippe Charbonnier and published by Histoire Et Collections, Poole, Dorset, England in 1998. The volume meas. approx. 9.75 x… (1100-251). Learn More »

ORIGINAL VOLUME OF “WAR PAPERS” FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE RON TUNISON

ORIGINAL VOLUME OF “WAR PAPERS” FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE RON TUNISON

This volume’s full title is “WAR PAPERS READ BEFORE THE COMMANDERY OF THE STATE OF MAINE, MILITARY ORDER OF THE LOYAL LEGION OF THE UNITED STATES VOLUME 1” published by The Thurston Print in… (1100-245). Learn More »

THE BALTIMORE LITERARY AND RELIGIOUS MAGAZINE--“AUGUST 1840.”

THE BALTIMORE LITERARY AND RELIGIOUS MAGAZINE--“AUGUST 1840.”

VOL. VL,  No. 8. 47 pp. [349-396]. In wraps, missing covers. Exhibits faint fold-marks, else. VG. Contains numerous articles, including “”Foreign Labors In the Abolition Movement—A Few Things… (998-2020). Learn More »

THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE—JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES IN THE POLITICAL CLUB;  DATED MAY 1745

THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE—JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES IN THE POLITICAL CLUB; DATED MAY 1745

47 pp. [181—228] In wraps, 5.375” x 7.75. Exhibits fold-marks, else VG. This journal was the successor of the first “Magazine” published in America, by Andrew Bradford of Boston in 1740 (three… (998-1961). Learn More »

ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND EDWIN STANTON. ADDRESS DELIVERED BEFORE BURNSIDE POST, NO. 8, DEPARTMENT OF THE POTOMAC, G.A.R., APRIL 25, 1889

ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND EDWIN STANTON. ADDRESS DELIVERED BEFORE BURNSIDE POST, NO. 8, DEPARTMENT OF THE POTOMAC, G.A.R., APRIL 25, 1889

By Comrade Thomas M. Vincent,  Bvt. Brigadier General, USA. FISH 1010. 26 pp., in red faded wraps, cover detached. Else VG. Thomas M. Vincent was an 1853 West Point graduate who served during the 3rd… (804-469). Learn More »

ORATION COMMEMORATIVE OF PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN

ORATION COMMEMORATIVE OF PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN

R.S. Storrs, Jr., D.D. Delivered at Brooklyn, NY, June 1, 1865. FISH 907. 63 pp, ills. In gray wraps, 6” x 9.75. Cover detached. Somewhat fragile, exhibits chipping at the margins. Else Good plus.… (804-513). Learn More »

ABRAHAM LINCOLN: A PAPER / STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS: A EULOGY

ABRAHAM LINCOLN: A PAPER / STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS: A EULOGY

By Isaac N. Arnold and James W.Sheehan. Published by Fergus Printing Company, Chicago, IL, 1881. In brown wraps, variously paginated sections, uncut.  Front cover exhibits partial tear, pages lightly… (804-439). Learn More »

BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF WORLD WAR TWO 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION COMMANDER GENERAL CLARENCE R. HUEBNER - THE MEMOIRS OF FIELD-MARSHALL MONTGOMERY

BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF WORLD WAR TWO 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION COMMANDER GENERAL CLARENCE R. HUEBNER - THE MEMOIRS OF FIELD-MARSHALL MONTGOMERY

This book comes from the library of Lieutenant General Clarence Ralph Huebner and bears his name  as “C R HUEBNER” & "HUEBNER". A farm boy from Bushton, Kansas, who spent almost seven years… (128-1189). Learn More »

NEW YORK AT GETTYSBURG, VOLUMES 1 & 2 ONLY

NEW YORK AT GETTYSBURG, VOLUMES 1 & 2 ONLY

Published by New York Monuments Commission. J.B. Lyons Co., New York, 1900.  954 pp. combined (missing pocket maps). In blue glazed, 10.75” x  9,  cloth w/color cover ornamentation & gilt… (344-2056). Learn More »

PRACTICAL ADVICE FOR SOLDIERS: 1862 INSCRIBED COPY OF ALFRED A. SAWYER, 6th MASSACHUSETTS, FROM HIS YOUNG WIFE

PRACTICAL ADVICE FOR SOLDIERS: 1862 INSCRIBED COPY OF ALFRED A. SAWYER, 6th MASSACHUSETTS, FROM HIS YOUNG WIFE

This is a very nicely inscribed and documented copy of “Advice for Soldiers,” fully titled, “Take Care of Your Health: Advice for Soldiers,” by W.W. Hall, M.D., published by the American Tract… (286-804). Learn More »

ORIGINAL 1905 COPY OF THE PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED GETTYSBURG NATIONAL MILITARY PARK COMMISSION REPORT

ORIGINAL 1905 COPY OF THE PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED GETTYSBURG NATIONAL MILITARY PARK COMMISSION REPORT

The full title of this volume is “ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE GETTYSBURG NATIONAL MILITARY PARK COMMISSION TO THE SECRETARY OF WAR 1893-1904.” The book was published by the Government Printing Office in… (635-43). Learn More »

COLONEL HEROS VON BORCKE’S, “MEMOIRS OF THE CONFEDERATE WAR FOR INDEPENDENCE” WITH ORIGINAL JOURNAL PAGE

COLONEL HEROS VON BORCKE’S, “MEMOIRS OF THE CONFEDERATE WAR FOR INDEPENDENCE” WITH ORIGINAL JOURNAL PAGE

Offered here is the 1981 Palaemon Press printing of Heros Von Borcke’s, “A German Narrative of the First Four Parts of Memoirs of the Confederate War for Independence - 26 April – 8 October… (1116-02). Learn More »

BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF WORLD WAR TWO 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION COMMANDER GENERAL CLARENCE R. HUEBNER - 1928 COPY OF “ARMY RETIREMENTS BASED ON THE ARMY REGISTER 1923”

BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF WORLD WAR TWO 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION COMMANDER GENERAL CLARENCE R. HUEBNER - 1928 COPY OF “ARMY RETIREMENTS BASED ON THE ARMY REGISTER 1923”

This book comes from the library of Lieutenant General Clarence Ralph Huebner and bears his name  as “C R HUEBNER” & "HUEBNER". A farm boy from Bushton, Kansas, who spent almost seven years… (128-1184). Learn More »

BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF WORLD WAR TWO 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION COMMANDER GENERAL CLARENCE R. HUEBNER - 1963 COPY OF “THEY FOUGHT ALONE” BY JOHN KEATS

BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF WORLD WAR TWO 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION COMMANDER GENERAL CLARENCE R. HUEBNER - 1963 COPY OF “THEY FOUGHT ALONE” BY JOHN KEATS

This book comes from the library of Lieutenant General Clarence Ralph Huebner and bears his name  as “C R HUEBNER”. A farm boy from Bushton, Kansas, who spent almost seven years serving from… (128-1188). Learn More »

BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF WORLD WAR TWO 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION COMMANDER GENERAL CLARENCE R. HUEBNER - 1958 COPY OF “WHAT HAPPENED AT PEARL HARBOR” BY HANS LOUIS TREFOUSSE

BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF WORLD WAR TWO 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION COMMANDER GENERAL CLARENCE R. HUEBNER - 1958 COPY OF “WHAT HAPPENED AT PEARL HARBOR” BY HANS LOUIS TREFOUSSE

This book comes from the library of Lieutenant General Clarence Ralph Huebner and bears his name  as “RALPH HUEBNER”. A farm boy from Bushton, Kansas, who spent almost seven years serving from… (128-1185). Learn More »

BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF WORLD WAR TWO 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION COMMANDER GENERAL CLARENCE R. HUEBNER - WARTIME 1942 COPY OF “SOUND MILITARY DECISION” PUBLISHED BY THE U. S. NAVAL WAR COLLEGE

BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF WORLD WAR TWO 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION COMMANDER GENERAL CLARENCE R. HUEBNER - WARTIME 1942 COPY OF “SOUND MILITARY DECISION” PUBLISHED BY THE U. S. NAVAL WAR COLLEGE

This book comes from the library of Lieutenant General Clarence Ralph Huebner and bears his name  as “C. R. HUEBNER”. A farm boy from Bushton, Kansas, who spent almost seven years serving from… (128-1186). Learn More »

REPAIRED ORIGINAL COPY OF “CAMPAIGNING IN THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC”

REPAIRED ORIGINAL COPY OF “CAMPAIGNING IN THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC”

The full title of this work is “CAMPAIGNING IN THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC” by Color Sergeant D. G. Crotty, Third Michigan Volunteer Infantry in 1874. Book is hardbound with brown cloth covers. Cloth… (2020-1039). Learn More »

BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG / UNITED STATES CHRISTIAN COMMISSION / SECOND REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF MARYLAND

BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG / UNITED STATES CHRISTIAN COMMISSION / SECOND REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF MARYLAND

Published by Sherwood & Co., Baltimore, MD, 1863.  142 pp., map. In Beige wraps, 5.625” x 9. Exhibits slight wear at the extremities, front cover chipped, rear cover detached. Else VG. Contains… (2020-464). Learn More »

LOT OF THREE POST-WAR MANUALS IDENTIFIED TO GENERAL THOMAS H. RUGER

LOT OF THREE POST-WAR MANUALS IDENTIFIED TO GENERAL THOMAS H. RUGER

Thomas Howard Ruger was born April 2, 1833 in Lima, New York, and moved to Janesville, Wisconsin in 1846. He graduated from the U.S. Military Academy in 1854, third in his class of forty-six, and was… (1117-189). Learn More »

ORIGINAL 1951 COPY OF “SIGNIFICANT WAR SCENES BY BATTLEFRONT ARTISTS 1941-1945”

ORIGINAL 1951 COPY OF “SIGNIFICANT WAR SCENES BY BATTLEFRONT ARTISTS 1941-1945”

Oversized volume housed in a slipcase. The book meas. 17.25 x 13.25 inches. It contains 32 full color prints with accompanying text. The cardboard slipcase is aquamarine in color with the title in… (128-1204). Learn More »


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NON-REGULATION SILVER GRIPPED PRESENTATION SWORD BY SCHUYLER, HARTLEY & GRAHAM - LT. JAMES MOFFAT, 16TH NEW YORK CAVALRY

This presentation sword has very impressive deeply cast and chased mounts and silver gripped hilt. Schuyler, Hartley and Graham assembled and sold a wide variety of swords that were often highly embellished and upgraded from regulation patterns, to… (870-653). Learn More »

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