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UNCLE SAM PRESENTS IRVING BERLIN'S ALL SOLDIER SHOW, "THIS IS THE ARMY" -- Company of 300 Soldiers: Souvenir Book.  Written and designed by Sergeant Michael Wardell
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UNCLE SAM PRESENTS IRVING BERLIN'S ALL SOLDIER SHOW, "THIS IS THE ARMY" -- Company of 300 Soldiers: Souvenir Book. Written and designed by Sergeant Michael Wardell

By Berlin, Irving

NY: Broadway Theatre, 1942. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 18pp; illustrated throughout from candid photographs of the show. Bound in pictorial stiff wrappers, 12" x 9" The money raised by this super-patriotic show went to the Army Emergency Relief Fund "to alleviate hardship and distress suffered by families of the men of the Service."

$22.00

SELECTIONS TO BE SUNG BY THE BOY CHORUS AT UNION ARMORY:  New Haven, Conn., Thursday Evening, June 11, '91.  [Concert program]
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SELECTIONS TO BE SUNG BY THE BOY CHORUS AT UNION ARMORY: New Haven, Conn., Thursday Evening, June 11, '91. [Concert program]

By Loomis Temple of Music

New Haven, CT: C.M. Loomis' Sons, 1891. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 16pp. Contains words and music to 12 selections sung at the concert, including: Dear Native Land; Flag Of The Free; Union Dixie; Who Would Sever Freedom's Shrine?; and eight more. Bound in printed wrappers, 9" x 5.75" [Unrecorded by OCLC.] The Loomis Temple of Music was one of the oldest and largest music houses in Connecticut, according to THE HISTORY OF NEW HAVEN, published in 1918.

$28.00

NORFOLK WAR CAMP COMMUNITY SERVICE GUIDE BOOK [cover title].  NORFOLK GUIDE FOR SAILOR, SOLDIER, MARINE
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NORFOLK WAR CAMP COMMUNITY SERVICE GUIDE BOOK [cover title]. NORFOLK GUIDE FOR SAILOR, SOLDIER, MARINE

By Virginia, Norfolk War Camp

Norfolk, Virginia: Norfolk War Camp Community Service, 1918. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 32pp; 10 text illustrations from photographs, centerfold map of Norfolk and vicinity. Bound in pictorial wrappers, printed in red and blue, 6" x 3.5" Information for enlisted men includes: Where to Go First; Where to Eat and Sleep; What the War Camp Community Service Is; Employment Bureau for Women; Liberty Theatre; Industrial Norfolk; Places of Recreation; The Origin of Norfolk, by Conway Whittle Sams; Norfolk Lodges; &c. [OCLC locates only one holding of this booklet: Bruccoli Collection, UVA.].

$66.00

FIGHTING INDIAN WARRIORS:  True Tales of the Wild Frontiers
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FIGHTING INDIAN WARRIORS: True Tales of the Wild Frontiers

By Brininstool, E.A.

Harrisburg: Stackpole Company, 1953. First edition thus. Hardcover. Very Good. pp: xiii, 353; frontispiece and 45 other illustrations. Bound in red cloth, black lettering and cover sketch. 8.5" x 5.5" [Adams, Six-Guns & Saddle Leather, 278.] Revised and expanded edition of a small book titled "Fighting Red Cloud's Warriors" by the same author, published in 1926.

$28.00

COMPLETE INSTRUCTIVE MANUAL FOR THE BUGLE, TRUMPET, DRUM:  Containing the Signals and Calls used in the United States Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Revenue Cutter, National Guard, and Boy Scouts' Service...
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COMPLETE INSTRUCTIVE MANUAL FOR THE BUGLE, TRUMPET, DRUM: Containing the Signals and Calls used in the United States Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Revenue Cutter, National Guard, and Boy Scouts' Service...

By Safranek, V.F.

New York: Carl Fischer, 1918. Revised & Enlarged Edition. Hardcover. Good. pp: xvi, 157, (1)publisher's ad; author's portrait, six full-page photographs of a uniformed bugler in various positions. The instruction begins with exercises for beginners and proceeds through double and triple tonguing, daily bugle calls, navy calls, quickstep marches, bugle signals, operation and care of the .45 calibre pistol, words to bugle calls, etc. Bound in pictorial red cloth, 6" x 4.25"; cover a bit faded from use. The author was Bandmaster of the United States Army in World War I.

$50.00

LINCOLN BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1839-1939.  With a Foreword by James G. Randall
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LINCOLN BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1839-1939. With a Foreword by James G. Randall

By Monaghan, Jay, compiler

Springfield: Illinois State Historical Library, 1945. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Two volumes. pp: xiv, 519; xi, 560 with index; 40 illustrations on 10 plates. Bound in blue buckram, gilt spine lettering dull as usual. 9" x 5.75" Contains 3,958 entries, many annotated.

$83.00

CONFEDERATE IMPRINTS:  A Bibliography of Southern Publications from Secession to Surrender.  (Expanding and Revising the Earlier Works of Marjorie Crandall & Richard Harwell.)
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CONFEDERATE IMPRINTS: A Bibliography of Southern Publications from Secession to Surrender. (Expanding and Revising the Earlier Works of Marjorie Crandall & Richard Harwell.)

By Parrish, T. Michael & Robert M. Willingham, Jr.

Austin, Texas & Katonah, NY: Jenkins Co. & Gary A. Foster, 1987. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. 991pp with index; 142 illustrations from title-pages, etc. Bound in red cloth, gilt spine lettering, printed dust wrapper. 10.25" x 7" Lists 9,497 books, pamphlets, broadsides, maps, prints, and sheet music produced throughout the South during the War between the States, along with libraries which hold copies of the imprints.

$72.00

CIVIL WAR BOOKS:  A PRICED CHECKLIST WITH ADVICE
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CIVIL WAR BOOKS: A PRICED CHECKLIST WITH ADVICE

By Broadfoot, Tom

Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot, 1990. Third Edition. Hardcover. Fine. pp: xi, 560. Bound in red and gray pictorial cloth, gilt lettering on spine and cover. 10.25" x 7" This third, and best, edition added nearly 3,000 entries since the 1983 edition, and updated the market prices to 1990 levels. Includes a separate section of Confederate imprints.

$33.00

CIVIL WAR BOOKS:  A CRITICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY.  Volumes I and II
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CIVIL WAR BOOKS: A CRITICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY. Volumes I and II

By Nevins, Allan and others, editors

Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 1970. Second printing. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. Two volumes. pp: ix, 278; ix, 326; cumulative index covers both volumes. Bound in blue cloth, gilt lettering on spines, illustrated dust wrappers. 11.25" x 8.75" This major reference to books on the War Between the States contains nearly 6,000 entries, categorized by military topic.

$99.00

THE JOSEPH M. BRUCCOLI GREAT WAR COLLECTION:  At the University of South Carolina.  An Illustrated Catalogue
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THE JOSEPH M. BRUCCOLI GREAT WAR COLLECTION: At the University of South Carolina. An Illustrated Catalogue

By Sudduth, Elizabeth, compiler

Columbia, SC: Univ of South Carolina Press, 2005. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. pp: xviii, 374, index; 20pp illustrations from photographs. Bound in black cloth, gilt lettering on spine, pictorial dust wrapper. 9.25" x 6.25" The Bruccoli collection of World War I material comprises more than 4,000 items: 3,400 print materials, 500 pieces of sheet music, 175 posters, &c.

$33.00

CATALOGUE OF THE LIBRARY OF BREVET LIEUTENANT-COLONEL JOHN PAGE NICHOLSON, U.S. VOLS...RELATING TO THE WAR OF THE REBELLION, 1861-1866
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CATALOGUE OF THE LIBRARY OF BREVET LIEUTENANT-COLONEL JOHN PAGE NICHOLSON, U.S. VOLS...RELATING TO THE WAR OF THE REBELLION, 1861-1866

By Nicholson, John Page

Philadelphia / Mansfield, CT: Maurizio Martino, 1914. Reprint. Hardcover. Fine. 1,022pp. Bound in blue cloth, gilt spine lettering. 8.5" x 5.5" Contains 7,500 entries. "This reprint is strictly limited to 150 copies."

$110.00

TRAVELS IN THE CONFEDERATE STATES:  A Bibliography
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TRAVELS IN THE CONFEDERATE STATES: A Bibliography

By Coulter, E. Merton

Norman / Wendell, NC: Univ of Oklahoma Press / Broadfoot, 1948. Reprint. Hardcover. Fine. pp: xiv, 289 with index. Bound in gray cloth, blue block and gilt lettering on spine. 9.25" x 6" Contains 492 fully annotated entries.

$28.00

THE CIVIL WAR DICTIONARY.; Maps and Diagrams by Major Allen C. Northrop and Lowell I. Miller
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THE CIVIL WAR DICTIONARY.; Maps and Diagrams by Major Allen C. Northrop and Lowell I. Miller

By Boatner, Mark M. III

NY: David McKay, 1962. Third printing. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. pp: xvi, 974; occasional maps in text and on endpapers. Bound in black cloth, silver lettering on spine, printed dust wrapper with light edge wear. 8.5" x 5.5" Contains more than 4,000 entries, many of them quite detailed.

$39.00

RICHARD HARDING DAVIS, A BIBLIOGRAPHY:  Being a Record of his Literary Life, of his achievements as a Correspondent in Six Wars, and his efforts in behalf of the Allies in the Great War
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RICHARD HARDING DAVIS, A BIBLIOGRAPHY: Being a Record of his Literary Life, of his achievements as a Correspondent in Six Wars, and his efforts in behalf of the Allies in the Great War

By Davis, Richard Harding / Quinby, Henry Cole

New York: E.P. Dutton, 1924. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. pp: xxi, 294; frontispiece and 31 plates of illustrations from Harding's published works. Bound in green cloth, gilt spine and cover lettering. top edges gilt. 9.25" x 6" Limited to 1,000 copies, type distributed.

$28.00

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE APPOINTED ON THE TWENTY-THIRD OF SEPTEMBER LAST TO INQUIRE INTO THE CAUSES AND PARTICULARS OF THE INVASION OF THE CITY OF WASHINGTON, BY THE BRITISH FORCES IN THE MONTH OF AUGUST, 1814.    November 29, 1814,,,,  [with]  DOCUMENTS ACCOMPANYING THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE,,,,  [With 23 related documents as listed below.]
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REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE APPOINTED ON THE TWENTY-THIRD OF SEPTEMBER LAST TO INQUIRE INTO THE CAUSES AND PARTICULARS OF THE INVASION OF THE CITY OF WASHINGTON, BY THE BRITISH FORCES IN THE MONTH OF AUGUST, 1814. November 29, 1814,,,, [with] DOCUMENTS ACCOMPANYING THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE,,,, [With 23 related documents as listed below.]

By War of 1812

Washington DC: A. & G. Way, Printers, 1814. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 370pp, two folding tables. [Howes W152. Sabin 69796. American Imprints 33404.] In all, 25 pamphlets [two copies of AI33413], bound together in 3/4 brown morocco and marbled boards with spine title "THE INVASION OF WASHINGTON & CLAIMS, ETC." The 23 related pamphlets (260pp) are listed here by American Imprints numbers: 33303, 33244, 33304, 33424, 33395, 33318, 33437, 33324, 33399, 33249, 33415, 33285, 33326, 33419, 33421, 33413, 33497, 33498, 33403, 33253, 33298, 33450, 33251.

$1320.00

WAR SONGS FOR ANNIVERSARIES AND GATHERINGS OF SOLDIERS,;  To which is added a selection of Songs and Hymns for Memorial Day
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WAR SONGS FOR ANNIVERSARIES AND GATHERINGS OF SOLDIERS,; To which is added a selection of Songs and Hymns for Memorial Day

By Ditson, Oliver, publisher

Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1883. First Edition. Pictorial Cover. Good +. 96pp, words and music. 10" x 6.5" Contains 53 songs of a military nature. "The choruses of all the songs are arranged for Male Voices."

$39.00

"POSTING THE BOOKS BETWEEN THE NORTH AND THE SOUTH":  Speech of Hon. John J. Perry, of Maine.  Delivered in the U.S. House of Representatives, March 7, 1860
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"POSTING THE BOOKS BETWEEN THE NORTH AND THE SOUTH": Speech of Hon. John J. Perry, of Maine. Delivered in the U.S. House of Representatives, March 7, 1860

By Perry, John J.

Washington DC: Buell & Blanchard, Printers, 1860. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 16pp. Tied signatures, drop-title. 9" x 6" Perry examines attitudes and actions by the northern and southern states that are leading to civil war.

$50.00

HANDWRITTEN RECEIPT TO THE TOWN OF MIDDLETOWN, CONNECTICUT FOR DIMOCK'S SERVICES IN 1862 RELATED TO THE CIVIL WAR
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HANDWRITTEN RECEIPT TO THE TOWN OF MIDDLETOWN, CONNECTICUT FOR DIMOCK'S SERVICES IN 1862 RELATED TO THE CIVIL WAR

By Connecticut, Middletown / Dimock, Leverett

1862. Original manuscript. Fine. Written neatly in sepia ink on a slip of paper, 4.75" x 7.75". Six itemized charges, including: "Sept 2nd - To putting up bills headed remember the war meeting - .50"; "3rd - To putting up bills for Irish meeting - .50"; "5th and 9th - Distributing notices of draft - $2.00" ... "13th - To distributing notices for drafted men to appear Sept 15th - $1.50". The total is $6.50. Dated Sept 5th [?] 1862, and signed "Received Payment / Leverett Dimock." Docketed on the verso in October, 1862. Leverett Dimock was a Middletown, Connecticut constable at the time [see "The (Middletown) Constitution," Wednesday, October 8, 1862].

$72.00

OLD SARATOGA AND THE BURGOYNE CAMPAIGN.  A Brief Sketch of the Early History of the Famous Hunting Grounds and the Campaign which Ended in the Surrender of the British Army, at Saratoga, October 17, 1777, with Concise Descriptions of the Principal Places Connected with the Surrender
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OLD SARATOGA AND THE BURGOYNE CAMPAIGN. A Brief Sketch of the Early History of the Famous Hunting Grounds and the Campaign which Ended in the Surrender of the British Army, at Saratoga, October 17, 1777, with Concise Descriptions of the Principal Places Connected with the Surrender

By New York, Saratoga / Ostrander, William S.

Schuylerville, N.Y.: Published by the author, 1897. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. pp: 44, (2) map and key to map; 5 plates from photographs. Bound in printed green wrappers. 6.25" x 4.25"

$22.00


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