The Bear-Cat Musketeer1925

Rolin G. Watkins and Jo Mora

Published by Military Training Camps Association, 1925
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165 pp followed by18 pages of advertisements. Blue cloth with gilt stamping on front cover. A fine copy with a minor, small discolor blemish to back cover . The annual yearbook issued by the Camp Del Monte, California Citizens Military Training Camp to the graduates who participated in the 30-day training camps. Major Jo Mora contributed 13 drawings (Bear-Cat Musketeer C.M.T.C. 1925 (title page), Infantry, Signal Corps, Field Artillery, Cavalry, Athletics). This issue dedicated to President Calvin Coolidge; numerous in-text, head and tail piece drawings, many by Mora. Major Mora also served as Art Director and personally supervised the making and arrangement of the book. He is given credit by Major Rolin G. Watkins, M.I., ORC, Editor-in-Chief, on page 27, as "America's Greatest Animal Cartoonist". Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: The Bear-Cat Musketeer1925
Publisher: Military Training Camps Association
Publication Date: 1925
Binding: Blue Cloth Hardback
Illustrator: Jo Mora, et al
Book Condition: Fine
Edition: 1st Edition

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Mora, Jo and Rolin G. Watkin (directors)
Published by Military Training Camps Association of the United States, Chicago, IL (1925)
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Book Description Military Training Camps Association of the United States, Chicago, IL, 1925. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. First Edition. 165, xviii pages. Volume III of this yearbook prepared for the Citizens' Military Training Camp, Ninth Corps Area, Camp Del Monte, California. The national network of CMTCs aimed to provide civilian men with one month of military training each summer to enhance America's readiness should another world war break out. The camps apparently did little toward that aim. This issue of the camp annual is particularly noteworthy for the participation of Joseph Jacinto (Jo) Mora, a noted California artist (born Uruguay). Mora probably served as the art director for the publication, contributing many full page drawings and spot illustrations. Even the drawings contributed by others seem to have the Mora style. First edition (first printing). A fine hardcover copy; no dust jacket, as issued. A particularly nice copy. Bookseller Inventory # 126061

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