New York: De Capo, 1998. Soft cover. 12mo - over 6. Outstandin volume detailing the exploits of many of the interesting characters during the Revolutionary War we don't always read or hear about during our history classes. Brings the inner workings of both the British and Americans to life. From...
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Seattle: University of Washington, 1972. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7. Square tight binding with clean interior, save for church stamp to bottom of title page. Minor shelf wear to boards and jacket.
Washington, DC: Society of Colonial Wars in the District of Columbia, 1911. Soft cover. 8vo - over 7. Thin trade paperback with staple binding. Very scarce. Moderate edge wear with age-toned and lightly soiled wraps. Light damp stain to outer top corner and top portion of rear wrap.
New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1956. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7. Blue cloth gilt with square tight binding and clean bright interior. Illustrated end papers with previous price in ink. Light wear to bard and spine edges. Jacket with moderate edge wear, presents handsomely in archival mylar.
Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Railroad. 1923. Paperback. 16mo - over 5. 1923 pocket-sized guide to Washington DC. In beautiful condition. Large fold-out map, nicely detailed, intact at rear and in Fine condition. Full-page photographs as well as many in-text. Double-page early aerial photograph of the Capital building looking toward Union Station, a....
New York: Meridian, 1991. Soft cover. 8vo - over 7. The story of the American Revolution in the words of those who were Foreword by Bruce Catton. A nice volume in excellent condition. No creases or edge wear. Slight tanning to page edges.