Good condition over-sized and heavy hardback - no dust cover. This is the original 1919 book - not a modern reprint. Stated First Edition. Brown covers with gilt lettering. Covers are clean, show rubbing around edges and top and bottom of spine. Only writing inside book is previous owner's signature in book front on blank page (Charles Hommon - listed Hammon. Company B.). 307 pages. Illustrated throughout with photos (including a large fold-out photo) and fold-out maps (Drill Ground - Camp Gaillard; Map Showing Movements of the 12th Engineers in England and France; Map Showing Location of Headquarters Camp at Montigny, France; Map Showing British Light Railway Lines on Somme Battlefront; Map Showing Light Railways on Verdun & St. Mihiel Sectors; . 5 pages show small, closed tears. Pages show only light tanning. A few pages show very-light, minor foxing. Tight spine. By Colonel John A. Laird, Major William W. Burden, Captain Harry F. McFarland, Lieutenant Bruce E. Dolch, Lieutenant Charles A. Lieber, Corporal Sidney M. Skinner. The Twelfth Engineers as Mobilized at St. Louis, Missouri, June 1917. Embarked for Foreign Service July 28, 1917. Returned to the United States for Demobilization April 27, 1919. Mustered Out at Camp Funston, May 16, 1919. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: History Of The Twelfth Engineers U.S. Army
Publisher: Buxton & Skinner
Publication Date: 1919
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Good
Edition: First Edition.
Book Description Buxton & Skinner), (Missouri, 1919. Condition: Near Fine. First edition. 307pp. Brown cloth boards with gilt titles. Maps present. Illustrated with black and white plates. Very good with a cocked spine, bumped board ends, and rubbing. Mobilized at St. Louis, MO., June 1917, Embarked for Foreign Service July 28, 1917, Returned to the United States for Demobilization April 27, 1919, Mustered Out at Camp Funston May 16, 1919. Seller Inventory # 404271