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THE LAST PARADE: An Editorial By Douglas S. Freeman From "Richmond News Leader" of Friday, June Twenty-Fourth Nineteen Hundred and thirty-two, the Last day of the Forty-second Annual Reunion of the United Confederate Veterans

Douglas Southall Freeman

Edité par Whittet & Shepperson, 1932
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Inscribed by Dr. Freeman's daughter, Mary Cheek. Folio. A nice copy but for a bump to the head of the spine the has most of the textblock slightly creased at the head of the inner margin; the book opens a bit awkwardly because of this; binding is a bit shaken, else a Very Good+ copy in an edgeworn publisher's wrapper with a large closed tear at the bottom of the front panel now helped in a mylar cover. Good binding. N° de réf. du libraire

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Titre : THE LAST PARADE: An Editorial By Douglas S. ...
Éditeur : Whittet & Shepperson
Date d'édition : 1932
Reliure : Hard Cover
Etat du livre : Good binding

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Freeman, Douglas Southall
Edité par Richmond (1932)
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Description du livre Richmond, 1932. Hardcover. État : Very Good. 1st Edition. Freeman, Douglas Southall THE LAST PARADE. An Editorial by Douglas S. Freeman from “Richmond News Leader” of Friday, June Twenty-fourth Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-two, the Last Day of the Forty-second Annual Reunion of the United Confederate Veterans. Richmond Ltd. 1932. 19 pages. In Tall Cotton #60. Civil War Books II-14. "A moving tribute by the premier historian of the Confederacy. This was published in an edition of five hundred copies. It was never offered for sale and, according to Freeman, is 'much the rarest' of his publications." – In Tall Cotton. Contains 5 photos, with tissue guards. An immensely moving essay that honors Southern soldiers and leaders and at the same time shows a broad understanding of the whole war.” – Nevins. First edition, interior clean and tight excepting glue residue on front fly, small tear in frontis tissue guard, spine and margin of boards toned, per usual, small nick to lower spine, housed in handsome ½ gray leather slipcase, marbled boards, spine stamped in gold, the slipcase probably cost $250+, uncut, some tissue guards wrinkled, torn. 470-60ac3 (W). N° de réf. du libraire ABE-583263336338197916

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Freeman, Douglas Southall
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Description du livre Richmond, 1932. Hardcover. État : Fine. 1st Edition. Freeman, Douglas Southall THE LAST PARADE. An Editorial by Douglas S. Freeman from “Richmond News Leader” of Friday, June Twenty-fourth Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-two, the Last Day of the Forty-second Annual Reunion of the United Confederate Veterans. Richmond Ltd. 1932. 19 pages. In Tall Cotton #60. Civil War Books II-14. "A moving tribute by the premier historian of the Confederacy. This was published in an edition of five hundred copies. It was never offered for sale and, according to Freeman, is 'much the rarest' of his publications." – In Tall Cotton. Contains 5 photos, with tissue guards. An immensely moving essay that honors Southern soldiers and leaders and at the same time shows a broad understanding of the whole war.” – Nevins. First edition, fine clean tight copy, all tissue guards present in fine condition, uncut, outer margins of boards slightly toned. Protected by a clear acid-free mylar dust jacket. Laid in is a 4-page address by Freeman, illustrated, “the principal address at Dedication of McLean House at Appomattox Court House .” The address was April 1950, the pamphlet was printed in 1964. 470-60ac4 (T). N° de réf. du libraire ABE-9143356340421929457

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Freeman, Douglas Southall
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Description du livre Richmond, 1932. Hardcover. État : Fine. 1st Edition. Freeman, Douglas Southall THE LAST PARADE. An Editorial by Douglas S. Freeman from “Richmond News Leader” of Friday, June Twenty-fourth Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-two, the Last Day of the Forty-second Annual Reunion of the United Confederate Veterans. Richmond Ltd. 1932. 19 pages. In Tall Cotton #60. Civil War Books II-14. "A moving tribute by the premier historian of the Confederacy. This was published in an edition of five hundred copies. It was never offered for sale and, according to Freeman, is 'much the rarest' of his publications." – In Tall Cotton. Contains 5 photos, with tissue guards. An immensely moving essay that honors Southern soldiers and leaders and at the same time shows a broad understanding of the whole war.” – Nevins. First edition, a fine uncut copy in original fine dust jacket in the original box, box has a few hinge repairs made with archival clear acid-free tape. 470-60ac2 (B). N° de réf. du libraire ABE-8821627497017795396

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Description du livre Richmond, 1932. Hardcover. État : Fine. 1st Edition. Freeman, Douglas Southall THE LAST PARADE. An Editorial by Douglas S. Freeman from “Richmond News Leader” of Friday, June Twenty-fourth Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-two, the Last Day of the Forty-second Annual Reunion of the United Confederate Veterans. Richmond Ltd. 1932. 19 pages. In Tall Cotton #60. Civil War Books II-14. "A moving tribute by the premier historian of the Confederacy. This was published in an edition of five hundred copies. It was never offered for sale and, according to Freeman, is 'much the rarest' of his publications." – In Tall Cotton. Contains 5 photos, with tissue guards. An immensely moving essay that honors Southern soldiers and leaders and at the same time shows a broad understanding of the whole war.” – Nevins. First edition. In dust jacket, interior fine, upper edges of boards toned, the jacket has two chips and tape repairs, presentation copy from Freeman. 470-60ac1 (B) $400.00. Inscribed by Author(s). N° de réf. du libraire ABE-2408143382374412982

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Description du livre Richmond: Whittet & Shepperson, 1932. Hardcover. État : Near Fine. Etat de la jaquette : Very Good. 1st Edition. 20 unnumbered leaves, mounted frontis., mounted plates. First edition. Original paper-covered boards, near fine, in original paper dust wrapper with closed tear to rear panel, and original glassine dust wrapper. Freeman’s personal card mounted to front pastedown under his chromolithographed portrait. Housed in the original box, which has broken hinges. Newspaper clippings about Freeman laid in. HARWELL, IN TALL COTTON 60: ‘A moving tribute by the premier historian of the Confederacy. This was published in an edition of 500 copies. It was never offered for sale and, according to Freeman, is ‘much the rarest’ of his publications. NEVINGS II, 14. N° de réf. du libraire ABE-11882366457

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