Title: Memorial of Henry Sanford Gansevoort, ...
Publication Date: 1882
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Franklin Press: Rand, Avery, & Co., MA. Only thing on this Brevet Brigadier General. It is the personal and official correspondence of this NY officer, includes a foldout copy of one of his letters. Special deluxe 3/4 leather binding with gilt lettering on the spine and gilt page tops. ‘Printed for private Distribution’ (Probably just for family). Gansevoort was a Harvard trained lawyer before the war who fought at Antietam and also was assigned to Pensacola. The second "Memorial Edition" has an introduction by Gansevoort’s sister. Very good copy of the second edition. A little bit of wear on the bottom of the boards. Has marbled boards and front and back endpages. 335 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 28824
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