A HANDBOOK OF PRINTING TYPES WITH NOTES ON THE STYLE OF COMPOSITION AND GRAPHIC PROCESSES USED BY COWELLS.
Second edition. With illustrations in color by Henry Moore, John Piper, John Nash, Edward Bawden and others. Jacket is price clipped.
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HISTORIES OF THE SEVERAL REGIMENTS AND BATTALIONS FROM NO...
by Clark, Walter (editor)
First edition (Nevins I, 70 - "Regimental sketches vary in quality, but the work fully merits Douglas S. Freeman's classification as one of the most indispensable works for the Army of Northern Virginia." Filled with maps, plates and portraits. Presentation on front pastedown "To Adjutant Robert M. Freeman, Historian of the 71st N.C. Regt. (2nd Ji Res), with compliments of Walter Clark." Covers rubbed with wear at spine ends. Inside hinges cracked with some signatures sprung.