REVISED REPORT MADE TO THE LEGISLATURE OF PENNSYLVANIA, RELATIVE TO THE SOLDIERS' NATIONAL CEMETERY, AT GETTYSBURG, Embracing An Account of the Origin of the Undertaking; Address of Hon. Edward Everett, At Its Consecration, with the Dedicatory Speech of President Lincoln, and the Other Exercises of That Event; Together with the Address of Maj. Gen. O. O. Howard, Delivered July 4, 1866, Upon the Dedication of the Soldiers' National Monument, and the Other Proceedings Upon That Occasion

Published by Singerly & Myers printer for the State of Pennsylvanis, 1967
Condition: Good Hardcover
From Rare Reads (Atlanta, GA, U.S.A.)

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Black pebble like cloth blind stamped on front "Soldier's National Cemetery Gettyburg and in gilt barely visible on spine, small chip on spine corners frayed, rear back blank fly page mostly missing; On the pages following the lithograph of the National Monument through page 36 are either missing or covered up with various newspaper strips that include poetry, readings, philosopy, comics etc. previous owners name Laura P. McKelvey of Latrobe Pa.'s name in pencil on ffep. not known if she replaced some of the text with the newspaper strips ; additionally some other pages were cut out): pages 37-38, 41-42, 45-46,49-50,53-54,57-58, 61,62, 69-70,73-764, 77-78,81-82,85-86,89-90,93-94,97-98,101-102,105-106,109-110,113-114. It appears that the owner cut them out and was going to cover them as were the other pages but apparently never got back to the project, thankfully, There is one map of the Gettyburg battlefield and Union and Rebel hospitals included. Generally all the pages are without markings although typical browning . except for the missing pages, book is a great find, rare and collectible MORE IMAGES UPON REQUEST. All the missing contents for the missing pages can be found on line. We are seeking to replace the missing contents ; however up until that is done, we are offering the book in an "as is " condition for a reduced price. Bookseller Inventory # Bb281

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Publisher: Singerly & Myers printer for the State of Pennsylvanis

Publication Date: 1967

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Edition: 1st Edition

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Rare Reads formerly operated a storefront in The Lakewood Antiques Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia but reverted to a strictly online operation when the Gallery closed. In 2006, Rare Reads published "The Heeey Baby Days of Beach Music" which received a bronze medal from The Independent Publishers Association. Long sold out, copies of the 13 pound tribute to the musicians who created the unique R&B genre are occasionally available on ABE. The book was a collaborative effort of Rare Reads and many others including the musicians that created the sound Southerns term "Beach Music." Rare Reads is considering future publications in addition to expanding its online enterprise. Rare Reads is operated by Greg Haynes and son Reid Haynes and has warehouses in Atlanta and Athens, Georgia.

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