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"Custer and the Child: An Incident in the Life of the Famous Leader. He Was Brave in War and Tender in Peace. Touching Sorrow of the Gallant Soldier's Father. His Last Battle and His Place in American History." [Windsor Ontario, Canada] Article in the Det

Detroit Free Press 1894 21 x 18", page 27-28 only. Tears, chipped, toned, red pencil marks (not on the article), fold creases else good condition. Article is excerpted from a story that the Honorable Charles S. May wrote in the Kalamazoo (Michigan) Telegraph about May's four year old daughter meeting Gen. Custer in Kalamazoo in 1863. The remainder of the article includes an unexpected meeting with Custer's father, Battle of Little Big Horn. Approximately a column and a half in content. On the reverse is a lengthy article on Windsor, Ontario, Canada. "Progressive Windsor", "Fine Summer Resort", "Electric Light Plant", "A Picturesque Place", "Shipping Advantages". Sold as is.


Book Id: 99-4473

Price: $5.50

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