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Autographs of the Ladies, Sailors and Marines of the War Between the States by  Robert  and ZABARA - First Edition - 2005 - from Main Street Fine Books & Manuscripts, ABAA and

Autographs of the Ladies, Sailors and Marines of the War Between the States

by HAYES, Jim, and ZABARA, Robert

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Madison, GA: Southern Lion Books, 2005. Hardcover. 4to. Black cloth with silver lettering. 189pp, vii. Numerous illustrations. Fine. A prefect and pristine first edition of this hand-on guide to signature and small handwriting samples of hundreds of Civil War Figures, featured alphabetically with a mini-biography of each. Signed boldly by Hayes and Zabara in black ballpoint on the title page. Useful reference.


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