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(Barber, Joseph)

WAR LETTERS OF A DISBANDED VOLUNTEER. Embracing His Experiences as Honest Old Abe's Bosom Friend and Unofficial Adviser.

Frederic A. Brady: NY 1864 Frontis, 7.5 x 5.25, blind stamped cloth with gilt decoration and lettering, 312 pp. Covers moderately worn and rubbed, corners and spine tips bumped and worn, pencil name and date (A.E. Crane, Esq. Nov. 1872), endpapers soiled, frontis browned, light smudging, waterstaining on endpapers and lower margin area, front inner hinge split at top else contents good. A sample of the chapters: "Jeff Davis' Inauguration, Convulsively Reported," "Washington Probably Safe - Lincoln Cheerful, and Mrs. L. Salubrious," "The Army Advances Backward, but Is Going to Do Wonders by-and-by," "A Cabinet Meeting - Wonderful Wit and Cuteness of the President - The Secretaries Floored."


Book Id: 97-6059

Price: $100.00

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