Title: Ham Chamberlayne - Virginian; Letters and ...
Publication Date: 1932
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Fair
Edition: 1st Edition
The Dietz Printing Co., Publishers, VA. "An exceptionally revealing a collection of papers by a yourg Virginia aristocrat who served long and faithfully in a Richmond artillery battery." Nevins. Chamberlayne fought in all the major campaigns and battles of the Armyof Northern Virginia. Introduction by Chamberlayne’s son. This is a limited edition, book #194 of 1000 copies printed. This copy was signed by Chamberlayn’s son both at the #194 and in a dedication, "To Landon C. Bell with the cordial regards of his friend C.G. Chamberlayne Richmond, VA Dec 3, 1932." Good+ copy of the first edition in a fair original dust jacket. Slight foxing on page ends, otherwise very good. 440 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 28241
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