C. 1919, o/w no date. Presumably first edition. Hardcover. Brick-red cloth with insignia on front cover. 310 pages. Preface by G. Edward Buxton, Jr., Lieut. Colonel, Infantry, 82nd Division, who has SIGNED AND INSCRIBED as follows on front free endpaper: "From your friend G. Edward Buxton Jr. Hoping that this unadorned narrative will suggest why I feel a profound admiration for the average American soldier man." This ink writing has offset a bit onto the front endpaper, and the front free endpaper is somewhat discolored, as is the rear free endpaper. Illustrated with maps and photos, one of the latter being of Sgt. Alvin York, Co. G, 328th Infantry, taken at the "Scene of the memorable exploit." Pages very good, clean and tight. Binding is spine-faded, with heavy wear to spine-ends and corners, and also has light soil and a little silverfishing. Hinges sound. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Titel: OFFICIAL HISTORY OF 82ND DIVISION AMERICAN ...
Buchbeschreibung The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Indianapolis, 1919. Cloth. Zustand: Fair. No Jacket. Photos (illustrator). Cor. wear, cvrs are very mottled w/silverfish tracks . Innards are lightly shaken, age toned, frontise photo detatched and laid in. 310 pp. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 30887
Buchbeschreibung Bobbs-Merrill, Indianapolis, IN, U.S.A., 1919. Hard Cover. Zustand: Fair. No Jacket. Edge wear and some fraying and board exposure around the edges. Light insect predation resulting in some speckling, mostly on the back board. Spine ends crimped and tips lightly bumped. Order form taped to the front pastedown with newer scotch tape. Small news article has been recently taped to the ffep with toning most likely beneath. One page toned from laid in ephemera (same new article). Page creases and textblock edge toning. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 015992