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Miller, Francis Trevelyan (Editor-in-Chief), and Lanier, Robert S. (Managing Editor), and Elson, Henry W. (Text)

Published by The Review of Reviews Co, New York (1911)

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About this Item: The Review of Reviews Co, New York, 1911. Hardcover. Semi-Centennial Memorial Edition. Volume X only. : fronts., ill. (incl, ports. maps. ); 28 cm. 358 pages. Index. At head of title: Semi-centennial memorial Illustrated t. p., in colors Illustrated lining-papers Includes a complete roster of Union and Confederate General Officers. Photographic Descriptions throught the volume by Ray Mason and George L. Kilmer. Includes battles and casualties of the Civil War by Gen. Marcus J. Wright. Fair. No dust jacket as issued. Confition is poor to fair. Front and rear boards weak and restrengthened with glue. Spine missing about an inch at top. Cover has wear and soiling. Seller Inventory # 65821

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The Photographic History of the Civil War: Miller, Francis Trevelyan,

Miller, Francis Trevelyan, Editor-in-Chief, Robert S. Lanier, Managing Editor

Published by The Review of Reviews Co., New York (1911)

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About this Item: The Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1911. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Semi-Centennial Memorial edition. G, no DJs. 10 volume set, bound in green cloth. Light to moderate signs of wear to exteriors, bindings solid and straight, but hinges cracked or starting on most volumes, top edge gilt, interiors clean and unmarked, blemish on title page of volume 1. Clearly read, but a nice set. Note: Oversized and heavy set, may require additional shipping charges depending on destination and selected shipping method. Seller Inventory # 1431

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Editor In Chief Francis Trevelyan Miller; Managing Editor Robert S. Lanier; New

Published by THOMAS YOSELOFF January 1957 (1957)

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From: Dunaway Books (St. Louis, MO, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: THOMAS YOSELOFF January 1957, 1957. Hardcover. Condition: Used. Seller Inventory # 20100713104902

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Miller, Francis Trevelyan - Editor in Chief

Published by The Review of the Reviews Co., New York (1912)

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About this Item: The Review of the Reviews Co., New York, 1912. Semi-Centennial Memorial edition. Second printing. Special Memoiral edition leaf with crossed U.S. and Confederate flags printed in red, black and blue at front of each volume. Thousands of scenes photographed 1861-65, with text by many special authorities. Vol. 1: The Opening Battles Vol. 2: Two Years of Grim War, Vol. 3: The Decisive Battles, Vol. 4: The Cavalry, Vol. 5 : Forts and Artillery, Vol. 6:The Navies, Vol. 7: Prisons and Hospitals, Vol. 8: Soldier Life - Secret Service, Vol. 9: Poetry and Eloquence of the Blue and Grey, Vol. 10: Armies and Leaders. 4to 11' X 8". Rebound in uniform heavy blue buckram stamped in gilt on spine. Tight. Complete heavy ten volume set. Very slight wear to bindings. Top pages edges gilt. Printed on slick paper with text in a vine and leaf border. The first edition is 1911. A high quality 2nd printing circa 1912. Exlibrary with stamps erased except for gilt decimal stamp at base of spine. Pocket torn from back free endpapers. Three volumes have title of volume in faint black pen on spine. Otherwise in wonderful very clean, bright near fine condition. Seller Inventory # 14270

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