Complete two volume set. FORWARD-MARCH! THE PHOTOGRAPHIC RECORD OF AMERICA IN THE WORLD WAR AND THE POST WAR SOCIAL UPHEAVAL. SECTION ONE and SECTION TWO. [Vol. 1-I and 2-II.]

Mackey, Frank J., 1890-?, and Marcus Wilson Jernegan, 1872-1949. The Disabled American Veterans of the World War, Department of Rehabilitation. Woodrow Wilson, John J. Pershing, et al (contributors).

Published by Chicago, IL: The Disabled American Veterans of the World War, Department of Rehabilitation, [1936].
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COMPLETE TWO SECTION/VOLUME SET. Hardcover: H 34.75cm x L 27.5cm. No dust jackets. Both sections (i.e. volumes) uniformly bound in blue cloth with bright silver stamping to spines and front boards; light rubbing to boards with a few small stains and some wear to corners; chipping at frayed spine ends; Volume 1 has some old glue repair to surface cloth tearing along rear joint. Edges toned; some foxing to initial and rear leaves; soiling scattered throughout both volumes. Several stress points to both volumes' bindings causing some pulled quires and some sag to the text blocks. B/w photographs throughout both volumes documenting the efforts and activities of American troops in Europe during World War I. SECTION ONE: [2], 1-240 pages with initial unpaged leaf recto noting set "is registered in the name of Capt. F.T. Parker" [Captain Frederic T. Parker] who military service inclusive to 1936 included commander of Company 3463 Civilian Conservation Corps, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee and assignment to the 36th Field Artillery; opening essay "The Declaration of Americanism" by Woodrow Wilson on pages 11-13 followed by "The Commander-in-Chief General John J. Pershing Accounts for his Stewardship" on pages 14-43. SECTION TWO: paged as 241-496; text concludes with Pronouncing Vocabulary of War Names and Bibliography. Both volume's copyright pages specify dates as 1934, 1935, and 1936 but latter date must be most accurate due to aforementioned Captain Parker registration. Please note that this set has an approximate shipping weight of 12.5 pounds (5.66 kg) and will require additional postage for any postal class other than domestic Media Mail. Bookseller Inventory #

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Publisher: Chicago, IL: The Disabled American Veterans of the World War, Department of Rehabilitation, [1936].

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Mackey, Frank J., 1890-?, and Marcus Wilson Jernegan, 1872-1949. The Disabled American Veterans of the World War, Department of Rehabilitation. Woodrow Wilson, John J. Pershing, et al (contributors).
Published by Chicago, IL: The Disabled American Veterans of the World War, Department of Rehabilitation, [1936]. (1936)
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Book Description Chicago, IL: The Disabled American Veterans of the World War, Department of Rehabilitation, [1936]., 1936. COMPLETE TWO SECTION/VOLUME SET. Hardcover: H 34.75cm x L 27.5cm. No dust jackets. Both sections (i.e. volumes) uniformly bound in blue cloth with bright silver stamping to spines and front boards; light rubbing to boards with a few small stains and some wear to corners; chipping at frayed spine ends; Volume 1 has some old glue repair to surface cloth tearing along rear joint. Edges toned; some foxing to initial and rear leaves; soiling scattered throughout both volumes. Several stress points to both volumes' bindings causing some pulled quires and some sag to the text blocks. B/w photographs throughout both volumes documenting the efforts and activities of American troops in Europe during World War I. SECTION ONE: [2], 1-240 pages with initial unpaged leaf recto noting set "is registered in the name of Capt. F.T. Parker" [Captain Frederic T. Parker] who military service inclusive to 1936 included commander of Company 3463 Civilian Conservation Corps, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee and assignment to the 36th Field Artillery; opening essay "The Declaration of Americanism" by Woodrow Wilson on pages 11-13 followed by "The Commander-in-Chief General John J. Pershing Accounts for his Stewardship" on pages 14-43. SECTION TWO: paged as 241-496; text concludes with Pronouncing Vocabulary of War Names and Bibliography. Both volume's copyright pages specify dates as 1934, 1935, and 1936 but latter date must be most accurate due to aforementioned Captain Parker registration. Please note that this set has an approximate shipping weight of 12.5 pounds (5.66 kg) and will require additional postage for any postal class other than domestic Media Mail. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-07259

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