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Prologue: The Journal of the National Archives: Fall 1972, Volume 4, Number 3 by  edited by)  Herman J. - Paperback - First Edition - 1972 - from Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABAA and

Prologue: The Journal of the National Archives: Fall 1972, Volume 4, Number 3

by (VIOLA, Herman J., edited by)

Condition: Fine

Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Service of the General Services Administration, 1972. Softcover. Fine. First edition. Quarto. 139-200pp. Illustrated. Fine in stapled wrappers. "The Army and the Civilian Conservation Corps, 1933-42" by Charles W. Johnson, "The Federal Career of Walter George Smith" by Thomas A. Bryson, "Disappointment in History: The Papers of John Bell Hood" by Richard M. McMurry, "Captain Lyle: Forgotten Hero of the Confederacy" by Elmer Oris Parker, "Papers in the Confederacy" by Dale E. Floyd, and more.


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