Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1896. Thick Octavo, 690 pages; VG; bound in original three-quarter brown morocco, marbled text block; in scarce publisher's deluxe three-quarter morocco binding with Longstreet's portrait stamped in gilt on front board; gift inscription to ffep; without half-title; interior fine; light expert restoration to original morocco; with frontispiece portrait, 16 maps and 30 illustrations of battle sites and portraits; MS consignment; shelved case 1.
Boston: James Redpath, 1863. First Edition. Slim duodecimo (7' tall) 102pp in green cloth boards. Alcott family ownership indicated in ink on second blank page: "April 25th 1864/Mercy G Alcott's/Book /Wolcott/New Haven County/Conn--" Jedediah Gaylord Alcott, husband (and possibly cousin?) to Mercy Gaylord Alcott, was first cousin to Amos Bronson Alcott, Louisa May Alcott's father. Ad at rear of book announcing Wendell Phillips's Speeches at $2.50, not $2.25. VG/No DJ: minor shelfwear and edgewear, spine sunned, some ink spots on exterior of boards, minor age-toning to edges of text block and interior, front paste-down and ffep bear writing indicating this book once belonged to "Lydia S. Wilcox"; stamp on front paste-down with "M.S. Wilcox 490" in gilt text; touches of foxing, advertisement at rear of book lists Speeches at $2.50, but the .50 is crossed out with ink and .25 is written next to it in two places. Binding strong, text clean. A wonderful association copy of Alcott's Hospital Sketches. [Spine is dark green and has gilt text. Shelved in Case 1 - US History - Civil War].
Washington, D.C. U.S. Government Printing Office, 1891-1895. First Edition. Elephant Folio, 16" x 20"; Fair; housed in a binding made with two plywood boards and a clasp made from an old belt; brittle paper, as usual; Includes 163 of the 175 plates, including the plate 135 supplements, lacking plates 161-175, each plate is a two page folding map/illustration; lacking the 29 page preface, indexes and introductory material, as well as 2 page errata sheet listing additional authorities for the maps not listed in the original index.; with 25 of the original 35 title pages; misbound, with title pages usually followed by 5/6 plates, as expected, but not always the 5/6 plates called for on the title page; DG consignment;.
Waco, Texas: Texian Press, 1970. Signed Limited Edition. 8vo., xv, 512pp.; VG; bound in red leather with gilt lettering on spine; of fifty specially prepared and bound copies, this is number 36; SIGNED on limitation page by Simpson; interior clean; text block has minor smudging to lower fore corner, small red smudge on upper fore corner, lower edge; shelved case 1.
London: John Murray, 1844. First Edition. Octavos, 2 volumes; VG; 3/4 bound in calf, paneled spines with gilt lettering and tooling, marbled boards; library bookplate to front pastedowns of both volumes; Large folding map of "The United States" present, some minor repair; lacking publisher's ads; includes frontispieces and illustrated title pages in both volumes; interior clean; LM consignment; shelved case 1.
North Carolina: Broadfoot's Bookmark. Large Octavo; VG-/no-DJ; Volume set has light grey spine with gilt text to burgundy bar, index volumes beige spine with blue bar with gilt text; All volumes have moderate shelf wear and age, index volumes have light shelf wear and no visible marks, Volume set has visible staining to spine on most volumes, cloth have slight sunning to spine, cloth boards on some volumes have light to dark spotting, minor to moderate marks and blemishes along surfaces, panels are lightly bowed, heavier staining to exteriors of vols xix, xx, xxi; Binding solid; text block show minor wear to exterior edges, light foxing, otherwise text block clean; Volume I - 1893 - 384 pp Vol II - 1894 - 384 pp Vol III - 1895 - 387 pp Vol IV - 1896 - 444 pp Vol V - 1897 - 640 pp Vol VI - 1898 - 592 pp Vol VII - 1899 - 575 pp Vol VIII - 1900 - 558 pp Vol IX - 1901 - 573 pp Vol X - 1902 - 573 pp Vol XI - 1903 - 565 pp Vol XII - 1904 - 606 pp Vol XIII - 1905 - 591 pp Vol XIV - 1906 - 574 pp Vol XV - 1907 - 574 pp Vol XVI - 1908 - 672 pp Vol XVII - 1909 - 624 pp Vol XVIII - 1910 - 591 pp Vol XIX - 1911 - 600 pp Vol XX - 1912 - 592 pp Vol XXI - 1913 - 608 pp Vol XXII - 1914 - 576 pp Vol XXIII - 1915 - 576 pp Vol XXIV- 1916 - 576 pp Vol XXV - 1917 - 580 pp Vol XXVI - 1918 - 544 pp Vol XXVII - 1919 - 480 pp Vol XXVIII - 1920 - 480 pp Vol XXIX - 1921 - 448 pp Vol XXX - 1922 - 480 pp Vol XXXI - 1923 - 480 pp Vol XXXII - 1924 - 487 pp Vol XXXIII - 1925 - 479 pp Vol XXXIV - 1926 - 479 pp Vol XXXV - 1927 - 479 pp Vol XXXVI - 1928 - 479 pp Vol XXXVII - 1929 - 478 pp Vol XXXVIII - 1930 - 487 pp Vol XXXIX- 1931 - 479 pp Vol XL - 1932 - 447 pp Vol I - Cumulative Index A-F-733 pp Vol II - Cumulative Index G-O- 1536 pp.
Philadelphia: 1887. First edition. Thin octavo in dark brown cloth hardcovers with vinyl DJ; gold letters on spine; VG/G; DJ has a cut on the back; boards with moderate soiling; author's long dedication on front end page; thin paper heavily discolored with stains and foxing on some pages; a couple of pages with small cut or dog ear; text clean in tight print; pp. 143; contains an appendix on the Battle of Atlanta; shelved in Case # 1.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1881,1882,1883,1884,1887,1903,1906,1907, Mixed editions. Small Octavo; VG; Navy blue spines with gilt text; 16 volumes: The Antietam and Fredericksburg F.W. Palfrey], pp 228; The March to the Sea-Franklin and Nashville [Jacob D. Cox], pp 265; The Virginia Campaign of 1864 and 1865 [A.A. Humphreys], pp 451; The Mississippi [F.V. Greene], pp 276; The Army Under Pope [John C. Ropes], pp 229; The Blockade and the Cruisers, [J.R. Soley] pp 257; Chancellorsville and Gettysburg [A. Doubleday], pp 243; From Fort Henry to Corinth [M.F. Forge], pp 204; The Gulf and Inland Waters [A.T. Mahan], pp 267; The Outbreak of Rebellion [John G. Nicolay], pp 220; The Shenandoah Valley in 1864 [George E. Pond], pp 287; The Peninsula [Alexander S. Webb], pp 219; Statistical Record [Frederick Phisterer], pp 343; The Army of the Cumberland [Henry M. Cist], pp 289; Atlanta [Jacob D. Cox], pp 274; The Atlantic Coast [Daniel Ammen], pp 273; cloths have slight rubbing to exterior and edges, corners and spine edges lightly faded, boards are strong and intact; text blocks have slight darkening to exterior edges, previous owner's book plates and names to pastedowns and end papers, 3 inch tear to front end paper of The Army Under Pope; interiors unmarked; SHELVED IN AISLE 9; additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders.
Lynchburg, VA: Schroeder Publications, 2004. Second Edition, Revised. Octavo; pp 319; VG-/no-DJ; dark green spine with light green and red text; cloth shows moderate rubbing to exterior; bookshop's autograph sticker to front; strong boards; text block shows light shelf wear to exterior edges; small chip to head edge of title page; interior clean; profusely illustrated; signed by Patrick Schroeder.
Norwalk, CT: The Easton Press, 1991. Collectors Edition. Octavos, 3 volumes; 840, 988, 1106 pages; VG; bound in fine maroon genuine leather with bright gilt spine titles and gilt decorative motif on covers; gilt text blocks; silk endpapers; silk ribbons; volume 1 SIGNED BY AUTHOR; shelved above easton press.
Joliet, IL: LegalNews Co., 1884. Second edition; signed. Small octavo in dark green hardcovers with gold letters; VG; moderate soiling and shelf wear on boards; open gutter in front; strong binding; author's dedication and signature on first front end page; slight fading; pp. 409; contains chapters on Missouri, Mississippi, Louisiana, the Battle of Vicksburg, Texas, the Gulf of Mexico; scarce; shelved in Case # 1.
Waco, Texas: Texian Press, 1963. Signed Limited Edition. 8vo., xii, 294pp.; VG; spine red with gilt lettering; very minor rubbing to corners, minor rubbing to head and tail of spine, signs of wear along spine edges; pink spotted text block; errata slip tipped in; this is copy number 22/50, signed by both authors and a representative of the publisher; second front endpaper has a newspaper clipping pasted regarding the book; minor pen markings very sporadically; shelved case 1.
Norwalk, CT: Easton Press, 2012. Limited Edition, #784/1865. Quarto, 512 pages; VG; bound in fine ox-blood cowhide with bright gilt spine title; housed in a VG red cloth slipcase with matching black and gilt tooling; front cover has gilt and black tooling; gilt text block; silk ribbon; silk endpapers; Illustrated with Photographs by Mathew Brady and Color plates by Ogden, Thulstrup, Davidson & others; limited to 1,865 copies, of which this is number 784; with limitation page and matching loose limitation sheet; shelved case 7.
Norwalk, CT: Easton Press, 2014. Octavo, 577 pages; VG; bound in fine dark green genuine leather with bright gilt spine title and gilt decorative motif to covers; gilt text block; marbled endpapers; housed in a matching VG publisher's slipcase; fold-out map of Valley of the Virginia at rear; shelved case 7.
Richmond, Virginia; Millwood, NY: Rev. J. William Jones; Kraus Reprint Co., 1903-1914,1920,1925,1928,1930, 1941,1953,1958,1959,1977. Mixed editions. Octavo; VG-/no-DJ; gray and red spine with gilt text; 52 volumes: v. 1 - January to June, 1876, pp 466; v. 2 - July to December, 1876, pp 320; v. 3 - January to June, 1877, pp 304; v. 4 - July to December, pp 320; v. 5 - January to June, pp 304; v. 6 - July to December, pp 292; v. 7 - January to December, 1879, pp 591; v. 8 - January to December, 1880, pp 576; v. 9 - January to December, 1881, pp 576; v. 10 - January to December, 1882, pp 576; v. 11 - January to December, 1883, pp 576; v. 12 - January to December, 1884, pp 576; v. 13 - January to December, 1885, pp 576; v. 14 - January to December, 1886, pp 576; v. 15 - Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia, pp 508; v. 16 - January to December, 1888, pp 464; v. 17 - January to December, 1889, pp 441; v. 18 - January to December, 1890, pp 435; v.19 - January 1891, pp 420; v. 20 - January to December, 1892, pp 401; v. 21 - January to December, 1894, pp 387; v. 22 - January to December, 1894, pp 392; v. 23 - January to December, 1895, pp 387; v. 24 - January to December, 1896, pp 383; v. 25 - January to December, 1897, pp 387; v. 26 - January to December, 1898, pp 383; v. 27 -January to December, 1899, pp 387; v. 28 - January to December, 1900, pp 387; v. 29 - January to December, 1901, pp 374; v. 30 - January to December, 1902, pp 376; v. 31 - January to December, 1903, pp 375; v. 32 - January to December, 1904, pp 375; v. 33 - January to December, 1905, pp 378; v. 34 - January to December, 1906, pp 375; v. 35 - January to December, 1907, pp 374; v. 36 - January to December, 1908, pp 375; v. 37 - January to December, 1909, pp 374; v. 38 - January to December, 1910, pp 390; v. 39 - April, 1914, pp 222; v. 40 - September, 1915, pp 339; v. 41 - September, 1916, pp 223; v. 42 - October, 1917, pp 240; v. 43 - August, 1920, pp 294; v. 44 - June, 1923, pp 240; v. 45 - May, 1925, pp 286; v. 46 - January, 1928, pp 256; v. 47 - December, 1930, pp 229; v. 48 - January 29-March, 19, 1863, pp 329; v. 49 - March 20 - May 1, 1863, pp 274; v. 50 - 7 December 1863 - 18 February 1864, pp 463; v. 51 - 2 May - 14 June 1864, 7 November - 14 December 1964, pp 475; v. 52 - December 15, 1864 - March 18, 1865, pp 500; some volumes rebound; cloths have light sunning to exteriors, strong boards; text blocks show slight toning to exterior edges; interiors clean; additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders.
Albion, NY: A.M. Eddy, 1911. Octavo; VG-/no-DJ; Brown fabric spine with gilded text. Boards have wear, open tear on spine tail edge, spotting and discolorations on front, rubbing on edges, apart from that, binding strong; Textblock has age toned spine, title page to p.8 photograph has small closed tear on fore edge, cracking on gutter between p.48 and 49, also, between last page and rear illustration, small tear on rear inner hinges, age toning on end paper, otherwise, free of underlining/highlighting; pp 301.
New York: Ballantine Books, 1998. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, 560 pages; VG/VG: spine pictorial with black lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering, price uncut '$25.95'; mild wear to head and tail of spine, corners; INSCRIBED on ffep to Martin Sheen from Jeff Shaara; shelved case 1.
Jackson: Mississippi Commission on the War Between the States, 1962. first edition. Octavo; G/G+; light gray/blue spine with black text; dust jacket is covered w/mylar and has moderate wear on exterior, mostly on rear; minor wear along edges with small chips at corners; price clipped front flap; light foxing along fore edges; cloths have slight wear on exterior & along edges, mores so at joints; panels are strong & intact; text blocks have slight wear on exterior edges; text pages are unmarked; pp 621-624 are loose, but still present; otherwise pages have good binding; unmarked pages; pp 636. Inscribed to Sen George L. Radcliffe by John D. Holland, Mayor of Vicksburg, Mississippi in 1962.
NY: Long Island Historical Society, 1878. First edition. Octavo in dark brown hardcovers with gold letters on spine; condition: Good; some soiling and shelf wear on boards with tearing on spine top; dusty edges; open gutter; previous owner's inscription on ffep; text clean; one centerfold engraving detached; large, folded maps with slight tearing on the back; pp. 209; SHELVED ROCKVILLE AISLE 7.
Columbus, Ohio: The F. J. Heer Printing, CO., 1915. First. Octavo, xvi-309 pages. Hard cover dark blue cloth with gilt lettering and no dust jacket, Good. Bppk plate by previous owner pasted on front end paper. Front hinge is cracked, but the pages are still together. Age toning/yellowing to pages, but the text is clean and unmarked. Strong foxing on the Title Page. Light soiling and foxing to text block. Light rubbing and shelf wear to boards and some chipping around the edges, but still in very good condition. Shelve in Case # 1.
Salem, MA: Higginson Book Co., 2006, 2007. Mixed Editions. Small Quarto; pp 1124; VG-/no-DJ; blue spines with gilt text; 2 volumes: Vol. 1, An Epic Prose Elegy: A Substudy of Sunset and Dusk of the Blue and the Gray; Vol. 2, An Epic Prose Elegy; full title The North's Last Boys in Blue: Last Living Chapter of the American Civil War; cloths show light sunning to spines; strong boards; text blocks have light spotting to exterior edges; interiors clean; frontispieces; profusely illustrated; signed by author; additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders.
Washington: The Neale Company, Publishers, 1900. First Edition. 8vo., 307pp.; G+; spine tan with brown lettering; bound in light brown cloth, black stamped pictorial, gilt stamped lettering; some shelfwear, peeling to cloth on head and tail of spine; minor bumping to corners, peeling; missing ffep; age-toning to pages, mild wear from page handling; writing to front and rear pastedowns; shelved case 1.
New York: The J.H. Brown Publishing Company, 1885. Hardcover Small Folio; VG; Brown leather boards with gilt lettering, painted edges on text block; Boards show general shelf ware, sunning on spines, certain corners are softened due to bumping, spines are cocked, dings on certain edges, Vol. 2 shows chipping and fraying along spine, Vol. 1 shows pronounced fraying on foot of spine; Text blocks are age toned, Vol. 1 shows faded paint, the text block has light foxing near the head of front pages, tears in beds between spine and paste downs on front and back of text block, Vol. 2 shows tears between bed and pastedown of back of text block only, text and illustration legible and clear; pp 894. Higher shipping rates for items requested for expedited or international shipping as well as any items over 4 Lbs. Please contact shipping department for details.
Norwalk, CT: The Easton Press, 2006. Quartos. Two-Volume Set. Hard cover navy blue and dark gray leather boards with gilt lettering and decoration and three raised bands on the spine; no dust jacket. Collector's edition bound in genuine leather. Both volumes are in very good condition: Tight binding, text is clean and unmarked, light shelf wear to boards. Gilt text block is slightly rubbed. Ribbon bookmarks. Heavy item; additional shipping cost may apply. Price is for set. Shelve with Civil War/ OR The Easton Press.
Boston, MA: North American Review, 1879. Volume 129, multiple issues. 8vo in beige boards, gold text on spine. VG+. Ex-libris sticker of Sen. Herbert Claiborne Pell. Small chip at the top edge of the ffep. Some fading to the boards. Erratically numbered. Bound articles concerning the American Civil War collected from copies of the periodical "North American Review" Dual listed on internet. Seller please contact Alan/Jonathan once book sells.
New York: E.B. Treat & Co., 1867. Spine is professionally rebounded with original fabric on top; Octavo; VG-/no-DJ; Brown fabric spine with faded gilded text. Boards have wear, bumping on corners, rubbing on edges, age toned, apart from that, binding strong; Textblock has age toning and wear on edges, minor foxing on some pages, otherwise, free of underlining/highlighting; pp 601.
Hartford, Conn. W. S. Williams & Co., 1866. First Edition. Octavo, 384 pages; VG-; rebound in gray buckram, gilt lettering to spine, gilt Central Intelligence Agency seal to front cover; mild wear to boards; non-archival tape to gutters of frontispiece, title page; mild foxing throughout; with 13 plates; shelved case 1.
Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Company, 2006. First Edition. Quarto; VG/No jacket hardcover; Brown spine with tan lettering; Boards are clean with light edge wear and some bumping to corners; Binding is tight; Text block is bright and clean; Book is an unnumbered limited edition [of 1500]; 90 pages.
Gaithersburg, Maryland: Butternut Press, Inc., 1985. Facsimile reprint of 1896 edition inscribed by Author's Granddaughter. Hardcover octavo with dust jacket, both in Very Good + condition. Inscribed by author's granddaughter, Rosalie Goodhart Dietz, on second front endpaper. Also included is an invitation to meet the Mrs. Goodhart Dietz at a book signing. Otherwise no markings to text and pages are clean. Binding is tight. Minimal shelf wear. Dust jacket is nicely protected and maintained by a transparent mylar book jacket cover. Illustrated with B&W photos, illustrations, and maps throughout. 243 pp. All else is very good. - [Transferred from Dupont to Rockville 6/20/2016].
New York: Carleton, 1863. First edition. Octavo, 414pp. Hardcover without jacket as issued in fair condition. Bumping and shelf-wear. Rubbing to corners of cloth-bound boards and abrasions to spine ends. Spine is cracked at pp 195; signature is coming loose but still attached. Creases to endpapers and offsetting to text. Very scarce. Shelve: CASE #1 Spine green with gilt text.
New York: D. Appleton & Company, 1872. Octavo; VG-/no-DJ; Brown fabric spine with gilded text. Boards have shelf wear, rubbing on edges, tears on spine edges, bumping on corners, apart from that, binding strong; Textblock has light wear on edges and damp staining on bottom corner of edges, cracking on inner hinges, Ex-library bookplate on front paste down, otherwise, free of underlining/highlighting; pp 272.
Philadelphia: Porter & Coates; The John C. Winston Co., 1888,1907. Mixed editions. Octavo; G/no-DJ; Sun faded blue spines with gilt text; 4 Volumes; cloths have moderate wear and soiling to exteriors, sun faded exteriors, rubbing to corners; text blocks show age toning and moisture staining to exterior edges, slight cracking to hinges at binding, as is; SHELVED IN AISLE 9.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1992. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, 317 pages, VG-/VG; white DJ, red and black lettering: overall mild wear to DJ, "$23.00" to front flap, DJ protected by mylar; quarter-bound, red cloth spine, black matte paper boards: mild bumping to tail and bottom corners of boards; light age-toning to text-block, light foxing to top, small stain to fore-edge, very mild chipping to bottom edges of pages 165-174 visible to bottom of text-block; interior clean; INSCRIBED by Wills to title page; shelved Case 1.
New York, NY: The Review of Reviews Co., 1912. US Printing. Qto(s). VG-/ - no DJs. 10 VOLUME SET. spine are much yellowed along spine, with faded titling but discernible lettering at close proximity. roughened spine ends, edges and corners. superficial wear to the front boards, blind-stamped decoratively on each volume front board. Volume 1 - The Opening Battles, interior foxed some, 369 pp. Volume 2 - Two Years of Grim War, foxing present on final rear sheets, ffep, 353 pp, Volume 3 - The Decisive Battles, neat interior, 353 pp., Volume 4 - The Cavalry, 336 pp., Volume 5 - Forts and Artillery, fep binding visible slightly. 322 pp., Volume 6 - The Navies, 322 pp. Volume 7 - Prisons and Hospitals, lightly foxed rearmost sheets and ffep. 352 pp. Volume 8 - Soldier Life Secret Service, 383 pp. Volume 9 - Poetry and Eloquence of Blue and Gray, 353 pp. Volume 10 - Armies and Leaders, weakened front hinge, 358 pp. profusely illustrated among the decoratively bordered textblock sheets. head-edge of each volume in this set is gilded. as is. COMPLETE IN 10 VOLUMES.
Boston: James R. Good and Company, 1881. First Edition. Octavo, 249 pages, G+; quarter-bound, faux-leather red paper spine, faux-cloth black paper boards, gold lettering to spine: minimal wear to re-cased boards, boards protected by plastic covering; heavy age-toning/moderate wear to text-block, diagonal scratch to top with small closed tears to top edges of pages 223-bfep; light-to-mild age-toning to interior (mostly to margins), mild scattered imperfections to interior, text unaffected; three fold-out campaign maps depicting troop movements to end of volume; ex-library, notations in ink to title page, "WITHDRAWN" stamp to copyright page, "4063" in ink to page iii [Preface], reversed imprint of "4063" to copyright page; shelved Case 1.
Chicago: The Craig Press, 1890. Octavo; pp 129; G; red spine with dark gilt lettering; very scarce; cloth shows rubbed and sunned exterior, some fraying to fore and spine edges, slight dampstaining toward edges, however boards intact; text block has darkened to fore edges due to age, slightly cocked spine first end paper is loose, cracking to front and rear hinges, interior light marks on page 129; else good;.
Dayton, OH: Broadfoot Publishing Co.; Morningside Press, 1979. Facsimile . Tomes; Quarto; VG+/ none; dark blue leatherette spines, two volume set of thick volumes labelled I & II. gold lettering all on spine with red bands; minor shelf wear and bumping; text block, clean; 1796 pp.; else very good.
Norwalk, CT: Easton Press, 2003. Limited Edition. Quarto, 267 pages; VG; bound in fine dark blue genuine leather with bright gilt spine title and gilt decorative motif on covers, front cover with a tipped-on glossy color-plate illustration; gilt text blocks; silk endpapers; silk ribbons; bookplate on verso of ffep; SIGNED on limitation page by Don Troiani; laid loose within is the certificate of authenticity; shelved easton press.
Lynchburg, VA: H. E. Howard, n.d. . Limited First Edition [#312/1000]. Octavo, 108 pages, VG-/VG-; white DJ, golden yellow lettering: light age-toning/mild wear/scattered light fingerprint marks and other minor imperfections to covers of DJ, lettering (especially text to back cover) affected yet clear and legible; sticker to front flap, DJ protected by mylar; navy blue cloth boards, gold lettering: very light soiling to covers, very mild edgewear; light age-toning mostly to top, minor scattered foxing to text-block; signed by pinterior clean; ex-libris bookplate to front paste-down; INSCRIBED by Bearrs to previous owner, dated 12/15/95; SIGNED by Bearss to limitation page, No. 312 of 1000 signed and numbered copies stated to limitation page, "1st Edition" stated to title page; shelved Civil War.
Philadelphia: Frank Desilver, 1854. Octavo; VG-/no-DJ; Brown leather spine with black label and gilded text. Boards have wear, rubbing on edges, bumping on corners, cracking on ends of joints, rear joints have small open tears, front is sprung, apart from that, binding strong; Textblock has minor wear on edges, foxing on some pages, previous bookstore's label on front paste down, cracking on front inner hinges, dog eared on a few pages, otherwise, free of underlining/highlighting; pp 303.
San Francisco/New York: Grabhorn Press/Random House, 1931. Limited Edition [#886/980]. 4to., 142 pp., VG-/no DJ; quarter-bound, gilt lettering to brown title label affixed to black cloth spine, blue paper boards; general shelfwear, bumping with material loss to corners of boards, star pattern to boards faded yet visible; age-toning and waving to text-block, beveled fore- and bottom-edges; ex libris bookplate to front paste-down; notations in pencil to bfep and back paste-down; very mild age-staining to front endpapers; SIGNED by Angelo stated to limitation page, No. 886 out of 980 copies, most of which were unsigned; shelved front table.
Marietta, OH: E.R. Alderman & Sons, 1890. First Edition. Octavo; pp 330; G+/no-DJ; blue spine with gilt text; ex-library; blue cloth shows some rubbing to exterior, rubbed and slight fraying to corners, ex-library labels to spine, gilt flag to front; text block has slight age toning to pages and edges, fontispiece with tissue guard; exi-library bookplate to front pastedown; newspaper clippings to rear endpaper, offset transfer to facing page; ilustrated throughout with tissue guards; dark blue pastedowns and endpapers.
n.p. The National Historical Society, 2008. Facsimile Reprints. Octavo; VG/no-DJ; red spines with gilt text; 4 volumes in 6 books: Vol. 1, Parts 1 and 2, General History; vol. 2, Maryland and Virginia; vol. 3, Parts 1 and 2, Virginia, vol. 4, North Carolina; cloths show slight wear; strong boards, silver toned design to fronts; text blocks have very slight wear to exterior edges, interiors clean; tight bindings; Shelved above Civil War History.