Item #13404 Washington And His Aides-De-Camp. Emily Stone Whiteley.

Washington And His Aides-De-Camp

New York: Macmillan, 1936. 1st Edition. 8vo. Very Good / Good. Item #13404

1936 scarce 1st Edition in rare original dust jacket.

A fantastic look at an overlooked aspect of Revolutionary War history, with detailed history on Talbot County's own Lt. Col. Tench Tilghman and other long-serving aides of Washington and their role in helping Washington with the nearly impossible task of defeating the most powerful army on the planet during the 18th century.

Peach cloth with Square Tight Binding and Clean interior, save for p/o signature to top of the front end paper. Mild wear to binding.

Jacket with moderate to significant wear, including rubbing, mild edge wear and a long closed separation on the front panel. Original $2.50 price intact. Presents handsomely in archival mylar.

A handsome, scarce edition covering some of the most important, though largely unsung, leaders of the Revolutionary War.

Price: $175.00