Published by Living History Inc., Shenandoah, IA, 1962
Soft cover. Condition: Fair. Brady, Mathew ; Wiser, A. (illustrator). Shenandoah, IA : Living History Inc., Issue of April 12, 1962 (Vol. 2 - No. 16) - Fair/ paper covers - 16 3/8" tall x 11.15"w - b\w portraits & scenes from the Civil War, April 1862: Major General Buell and Brigadier-General Shields (from photos by [Mathew] Brady); Bomb-Proof Sand-Bag Battery at Newbern, North Carolina, taken by General Burnside's Troops (sketched by A. Wiser) on the front page under the header (p. 225); 2 scenes of ships at sea landing troops and bombarding Newbern NC, from the Burnside expedition, sketched from the "Vidette" by A. Wiser (p. 229); 2 officer portraits (Jeffers & Stimers) and interior and exterior scenes on the "Monitor"(p. 236); cartoons, ads - paper yellowed with upper outer corner chipped off front page (not affecting text) - outer edge tears at center crease (4" on first 2 pages, ½" marginal on next 2 - pages 225/226, 229/230, 235/236 & 239/240 present [missing pages are: 227/228 & 237/238].
Seller Inventory # ZH021204DB
Published by Indiana University Press, Bloomington IN, 1980
Paperback. Condition: Very Good+. Bloomington IN: Indiana University Press, 1980 - Very Good+ paperback - 9" tall - b/w ills - notes, appendices, bibliography, index - 272 pages. As new with no underlining, notes, or marks of any kind. ISBN: 0-253-31076-8 Ships from the U.S.
Seller Inventory # HE071012
Published by Orient Paperbacks/ Vision Books Ltd., Delhi, INDIA, 1960
Paperback. Condition: Good+. No Jacket. Narain Barodia (cover) (illustrator). Delhi India: Orient Paperbacks, 1960 - Good+ paperback - 6.5" tall - title page 2-page b\w illustration by Narain Barodia - minor cover wear; 1-2 small interior printer blobs not affecting legibility, otherwise no markings - 270pp. India Fiction: Story of an Indian army regiment. 0-88253-286-3.
Seller Inventory # FE100816
Published by Granite City Press, Printers, Barre VT, 1943
Paperback. Condition: Good+. Barre VT: Granite City Press, Printers, 1943 - Good+ paperback - 9.25" tall - color front cover - covers are worn at edges with sticker scuff; otherwise unmarked interior - 146 pages. This annual report is remarkable for the event it celebrates: a massive Scrap Drive illustrated in 3 front cover photos, citations by the Printing Committee, by the State of Vermont, and a poem by the Rev. Fenwick L. Leavitt, Jr. Highlights included a school children's contest, the tearing up of the street car rails November 11, and a resulting giant pile of scrap metal for the war effort.
Seller Inventory # GG-WT060415