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image of THE FINAL INVASION: Plattsburgh, the War of 1812's Most Decisive Battle.

THE FINAL INVASION: Plattsburgh, the War of 1812's Most Decisive Battle.

by Fitz-Enz, Colonel David G.; Elting, Colonel John R.; editor.

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(2001).
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(New York): Cooper Square Press, (2001)., (2001).. Fine. SIGNED BY COLONEL DAVID G. FITZ-ENZ - Octavo, cream-colored boards backed with black cloth & titled in gilt on the spine in a dust wrapper. The top corners of the boards are lightly bumped. xx, 271 & [1] pages plus 5-page publisher's catalog. 1 full-page illustration, front endpaper map of… Read more
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image of WORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION BIBLIOGRAPHY OF AIR RAID PRECAUTIONS AND CIVIL DEFENSE. Volume V.

WORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION BIBLIOGRAPHY OF AIR RAID PRECAUTIONS AND CIVIL DEFENSE. Volume V.

by (New Jersey Air Raid Precautions Bibliography Unit).

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Published
(1943).
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Good
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Newark, NJ: Work Projects Administration, New Jersey, (1943)., (1943).. Good. - Small quarto [10-1/2 inches high by 8 inches wide], softcover bound in printed tan wrappers backed with black cloth tape. The binding is bumped & chipped with pieces out. The rear cover is lightly foxed with a piece out of the bottom corner. The cloth tape is… Read more
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image of AUTOGRAPH LETTER CONGRATULATING SPIRO T. AGNEW ON HIS ELECTION AS GOVERNOR OF MARYLAND SIGNED BY REAR ADMIRAL PETER W. HAAS, JR. Together with an unsigned copy of Agnew's reply.

AUTOGRAPH LETTER CONGRATULATING SPIRO T. AGNEW ON HIS ELECTION AS GOVERNOR OF MARYLAND SIGNED BY REAR ADMIRAL PETER W. HAAS, JR. Together with an unsigned copy of Agnew's reply.

by Haas, Admiral Peter W., Jr. Recipient of the Bronze Star Medal for service in the South Pacific in World War II.

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Published
1966.
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Very good
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Annapolis, MD: 9 November, 1966., 1966.. Very good. - Autograph letter filling one side of an 11 inch high by 8-1/2 inch wide sheet of cream note-paper with his name & address stamped in blue at top right. Signed "Peter W. Haas Jr / Rear Admiral USN ret." Agnew's reply is stapled to the letter at top left.… Read more
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image of AUTOGRAPH LETTER TO MRS. MARY FORD OF PENCARROW SIGNED BY BRITISH ARMY OFFICER EDWARD HARRIS GREATHED.

AUTOGRAPH LETTER TO MRS. MARY FORD OF PENCARROW SIGNED BY BRITISH ARMY OFFICER EDWARD HARRIS GREATHED.

by Greathed, General Sir Edward Harris Greathed. (1812-1881). British Army officer who fought in the Indian Rebellion.

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Published
[1860].
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Very good
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20th April, [1860]., [1860].. Very good. - Autograph letter penned on 3 sides of a sheet of note paper folded once to form 4 sides, each 7-1/8 inches high by 4-1/2 inches wide. Signed "E. H. Greathed". The letter is tipped on to a slightly larger piece of cream card. "April 1860" is penned most probably in… Read more
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image of TYPED LETTER TO MERIDEN GRAVURE ABOUT THE BONUS ARMY SIGNED BY CONNECTICUT REPRESENTATIVE JOHN Q. TILSON.

TYPED LETTER TO MERIDEN GRAVURE ABOUT THE BONUS ARMY SIGNED BY CONNECTICUT REPRESENTATIVE JOHN Q. TILSON.

by Tilson. John Q. (1866-1958). American politician who served as Republican representative from Connecticut for almost 22 years and was House Majority leader for 6 years.

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Published
1932.
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Very good
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Washington, DC: April 13, 1932., 1932.. Very good. - 60 words typed on an approximately 8 inch square sheet of U.S. House of Representatives letterhead with "John Q. Tilson / 3d Dist. Connecticut" printed at top left. Signed "John Q. Tilson". A pencil check mark in the left margin, slightly affecting 1 letter of the text, probably indicates… Read more
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image of OFFICIAL HISTORY OF NEW ZEALAND IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR, 1939-45: A Checklist. [By] C. E. Dornbusch.

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Cornwallville, NY: Hope Farm Press & Bookshop, (1968)., (1968).. Very good. - Octavo. 1 folded sheet, 8-1/2 inches high by 11 inches wide, with 1-leaf insert: title & 5-page checklist. There is minor soiling. Very good.
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image of AUTOGRAPH LETTER INCLUDING COMMENTARY ON THE CONTROVERSIAL COLONEL CRAWLEY COURT MARTIAL [1863] SIGNED BY LORD HENRY PERCY.

AUTOGRAPH LETTER INCLUDING COMMENTARY ON THE CONTROVERSIAL COLONEL CRAWLEY COURT MARTIAL [1863] SIGNED BY LORD HENRY PERCY.

by Percy, Lord Henry. (1817-1877). British Army officer and a recipient of the Victoria Cross for his bravery at the Battle of Inkerman during the Civil War.

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Published
[1864].
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Very good
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February 11, [1864]., [1864].. Very good. - Three-page letter penned on 3 sides of 2 sheets of approximately 7-1/4 inch high by 4-3/8 inch wide paper which has been tipped onto a slightly larger piece of cream-colored card. Signed "H Percy". Folded twice for mailing. Near fine. Lord Percy writes a friendly letter to Mary Ford. After accepting… Read more
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image of GREENHAM WOMEN AGAINST CRUISE MISSILES. (Cover title).

GREENHAM WOMEN AGAINST CRUISE MISSILES. (Cover title).

by Center for Constitutional Rights.

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Published
(1984).
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Good
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New York: Center for Constitutional Rights, (1984)., (1984).. Good. - Small quarto [8-1/8 inches high by 7 inches wide], softcover bound in pictorial green & white wrappers.The left side of the pamphlet is bowed. The corners & the front edge of the rear cover are creased. 22 pages. Illustrated in black & white with photographic illustrations, maps &… Read more
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image of AUTOGRAPH LETTER TO MARY FORD ABOUT THE ARCHAEOLOGIST HEINRICH SCHLIEMANN SIGNED BY GENERAL FREDERICK WILLIAM HAMILTON, COMMANDER OF A REGIMENT IN THE CRIMEAN WAR.

AUTOGRAPH LETTER TO MARY FORD ABOUT THE ARCHAEOLOGIST HEINRICH SCHLIEMANN SIGNED BY GENERAL FREDERICK WILLIAM HAMILTON, COMMANDER OF A REGIMENT IN THE CRIMEAN WAR.

by Hamilton, General Sir Frederick William. (1815-1890). British Army officer who was commissioned into the Grenadier Guards in 1831. He commanded his regiment throughout the Eastern campaign of the Crimean War.

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Published
1883.
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London: June 7, 1883., 1883.. Very good. - Letter penned in black ink & filling 1-1/2 sides of a black-bordered 7 inch high by 4-1/2 inch wide sheet of light gray notepaper. Signed "Fred. Wm. Hamilton". The left edge of the notepaper is attached to a matching strip of glue-stained gray paper used to insert the letter in… Read more
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image of PAYMENT OF BOUNTIES TO VOLUNTEERS: A PARTIALLY PRINTED CIVIL WAR DOCUMENT consisting of a bond financing payment of bounties to soldiers who volunteered to fight in the Civil War, SIGNED by LUCIUS ROBINSON as New York State Comptroller.

PAYMENT OF BOUNTIES TO VOLUNTEERS: A PARTIALLY PRINTED CIVIL WAR DOCUMENT consisting of a bond financing payment of bounties to soldiers who volunteered to fight in the Civil War, SIGNED by LUCIUS ROBINSON as New York State Comptroller.

by Robinson,. Lucius (1810-1891). New York State Comptroller from 1862 to 1865. Subsequently elected as Governor of New York State in 1877.

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Published
1865.
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Albany, June 15, 1865., 1865.. Very good. - An attractive 7-1/4 inch high by 12 inch wide document on creamy white stock. The bond, issued to the County of Cortland for the amount of $1,000, was issued by the State of New York to pay bounties to entice men to volunteer as soldiers in the Civil War. Issued… Read more
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image of LES CAMPAGNES ARDENTES: Impressions de Guerre.

LES CAMPAGNES ARDENTES: Impressions de Guerre.

by (Bliss, Mildred). Mirepoix, Levis.

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Published
[1917].
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Paris: Plon-Nourrit et Cie, [1917]., [1917].. Good. ASSOCIATION COPY INSCRIBED TO WORLD WAR I PHILANTHROPIST MILDRED BLISS - Octavo, bound in gray boards titled in gilt on a gilt-ruled label on the spine with the original front wrap & spine bound in. The lower sections of the binding are stained and the spine is rubbed & darkened.… Read more
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GUIDANCE.

by Locke, Arthur S.; former consultant, Radar Division, Naval Research Laboratory; et al.

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Published
(1956).
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Princeton, NJ: D. Van Nostrand Company, Inc., (1956)., (1956).. Good. - Octavo, red cloth in a dust wrapper. The dust jacket is rubbed, foxed & lightly chipped. xvii & 729 pages. Illustrated in black & white with 1 plate and with diagrams & mathematical formulas. There are 2 small stains to the fore-edge and very light foxing… Read more
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image of GENTLEMEN VOLUNTEERS: The Story of the American Ambulance Drivers in the Great War August 1914 - September 1918.

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New York: Arcade Publishing, (1996)., (1996).. Fine. - Octavo, dark brown boards backed with tan cloth in a dust wrapper. xvii & 254 pages. 16 pages of black-and-white illustrations. Fine. First edition. With a foreword by George Plimpton.
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image of SOUVENIR PROGRAM AMERICA'S TRIBUTE TO CAPT. ALFRED F.B. CARPENTER, V.C. OF H.M.S.

SOUVENIR PROGRAM AMERICA'S TRIBUTE TO CAPT. ALFRED F.B. CARPENTER, V.C. OF H.M.S. "VINDICTIVE". In Command of the Naval Raid on Zeebrugge, April 22-23, 1918. Containing an Illustrated Account of The Raid on Zeebrugge.

by Carpenter, Alfred F.B. (1881-1955). British Vice-Admiral who served during the Boxer Rebellion and who was awarded the Victoria Cross for his service in the Raid on Zeebrugge.

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Published
[1919].
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The Dover Patrol Fund, circa [1919]., [1919].. Good. - Quarto, 10-1/4 inches high by 7-3/4 inches wide. Softcover, bound in stapled cream wraps with a black, white & red illustration by R.A. Weed of H.M.S. Vindictive, fire streaming from its upper deck, returning from Zeebrugge. The covers are soiled with a vertical crease down the center of the… Read more
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LA MARINE AU SIEGE DE PARIS / Par Le Vice-Amiral Bon de la Ronciere-le Noury d'apres les Documents Officiels.

by Baron Clement de La Ronciere-Le Noury, Camille Adalbert Marie.

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Published
1872.
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Good
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Paris: Henri Plon, Imprimeur-Editeur, 1872., 1872.. Good. - Octavo, three quarteer black calf & marbled boards titled in gilt between gilt decorations, gilt rules & gilt-decorated raised bands on the spine. The binding is rubbed & scuffed. xix, [i], 606 & [1] pages. Illustrated with tables. There is occasional foxing with a crease & short tear to the… Read more
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image of L'ARMEE DU RHIN /  Depuis le 12 Aout jusqu'au 29 Octobre 1870 par Le Marechal Bazaine.

L'ARMEE DU RHIN / Depuis le 12 Aout jusqu'au 29 Octobre 1870 par Le Marechal Bazaine.

by Bazaine, Francois Achille.

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Published
1872.
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Good
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Paris: Henri Plon Imprimeur-Editeur, 1872., 1872.. Good. - Thick octavo, three quarter black calf & marbled boards titled in gilt between gilt decorations, gilt rules & gilt-decorated raised bands on the spine. The binding is rubbed & scuffed. Half title, title, 308 pages & 2 blanks. Illustrated with 11 maps, including 3 large folding color maps. A tear… Read more
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image of SIEGE DE PARIS. Campagne de 1870-1871: Operations du 15e Corps et de la Troisieme Armee par Le General Vinoy.

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Paris: Henri Plon, Imprimeur-Editeur, 1872., 1872.. Good. - Thick octavo, three-quarter black calf & marbled boards titled in gilt between gilt-decorated raised bands on the spine. The top edge is gilt. The binding is rubbed & scuffed. Half title, title, iii & 536 pages plus the atlas of 15 folding maps which is bound in. There is scattered… Read more
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image of CLOSE OF AN AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED BY AMERICAN ARMY OFFICER BRIGADIER GENERAL WILLIAM HORNER COCKE WHO BECAME THE FOURTH SUPERINTENDENT OF THE VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE.

CLOSE OF AN AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED BY AMERICAN ARMY OFFICER BRIGADIER GENERAL WILLIAM HORNER COCKE WHO BECAME THE FOURTH SUPERINTENDENT OF THE VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE.

by Cocke, Brigadier General William Horner. (1874-1938). American military officer who served in the Spanish-American War and World War 1 and became the fourth Superintendent of the Virginia Military Institute in 1924.

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Published
[1920s].
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Circa [1920s]., [1920s].. Good. - Three closing lines of a letter are penned on an approximately 2-5/8 inch high by 5-1/2 inch wide slip of gray paper. Signed "W. H. Cocke". The top & bottom edges of the paper are unevenly cut & there is a horizontal crease above the signature where the letter was folded. There is… Read more
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image of CAUSES THAT LED TO THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES IN 1860. A paper read before the Albert Sidney Johnston Chapter of United Daughters of the Confederacy, Louisville, KY., March 16, 1904.

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(Louisville, KY): (United Daughters of the Confederacy), (1904)., (1904).. Good. - Octavo, 8-1/2 inches high by 6 inches wide. Stapled printed buff paper wrappers. The covers are stained with creases and chipping along the edges of the covers and the spine. There are notes penciled on the rear cover. 22 pages, including the front cover. The pages are… Read more
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TYPED LETTER ON THE SUBJECT OF WORLD PEACE SIGNED BY GENERAL WILLIAM W. MOMYER, U.S. AIR FORCE.

by Momyer, General William W., USAF. (1916-2012). General officer and fighter pilot in the U.S. Air Force. Commander, Air Training Command, Seventh Air Force during the Vietnam War.

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Published
1973.
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Fine
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22 February, 1973., 1973.. Fine. - Two paragraphs typed on a cream-colored 8-1/2 inch high by 7 inch wide sheet of note paper with an image of a dark blue flag with 4 white stars on a gilt flag pole at the top. Signed "William W. Momyer". Folded once for mailing. Fine. Momyer replies to a letter from… Read more
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