Augusta, GA: Blackmar & Bro. (lithographed by B. Duncan, Columbia, S.C.), nd [ca. 1863]. 4to. (3) pp. From the series "The Exotics: Flowers of Song Transported to Southern Soil." Parrish 7361. Disbound; browned.
Louisville, KY: Wm. McCarrel, (c1668; i.e., 1866). 4to. 5 pp. Publisher's ad on verso of final leaf. Disbound; some foxing. Good copy. First edition (?). At head of title: "To the 8th Tenn. Regiment." Unrecorded on OCLC.
Richmond. VA: Lithographed by Geo. Dunn & Compy. c1864. 4to. (3) pp. Title page illustrated with a praying maiden. Disbound; some foxing.
Columbia, SC: Julian A. Selby (lithographed by Geo. Dunn & Co., Richmond), nd [ca. 1863]. 4to. (3) pp. Title page printed in blue. Parrish 7413. Disbound.
Richmond, VA: Lithographed by Geo. Dunn & Compy.; Columbia, SC: Julian A. Selby, nd [ca. 1863]. 4to. (3) pp. Parrish 7467. Disbound; foxed.
Macon and Savannah, GA: John C. Schreiner & Son (James F. Weeks, printer), nd [ca. 1863]. 4to. 4 pp. Schreiner's Port-Folio of Popular Songs, no. 5. Parrish 7574. Disbound; foxed.
Richmond, VA: Lithographed by Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia, SC: J.A. Selby, (c1863). 4to. (4) pp. Dramatic title-page illustration of a Confederate officer brandishing his country's flag and a sword, imposed above a battle scene. Parrish 7585. Disbound; foxed.
Richmond, VA: Lithographed by Geo. Dunn & Compy.; Columbia, SC: Julian A. Selby, c1863. 4to. (3) pp. Title page printed in blue. Parrish 7613. Disbound; foxed.
Richmond, VA: J.W. Randolph (lithographed by E. Crehen), nd [ca. 1863]. 4to. (3) pp. Parrish 7615. Disbound; browned.
[Richmond, VA]: E. Crehen, lithographer, nd [ca. 1862. 4to. (3) pp. Full-page title page illustration. Parrish 7635. Disbound.
Richmond, VA: Lithographed by Geo. Dunn & Compy.; Columbia, SC: Julian A. Selby, c1863. 4to. (4) pp. Title page illustrated with a pair of Confederate flags. Parrish 7637. Disbound; foxed.
Macon & Savannah, GA: John C. Schreiner & Son (J.F. Weeks, printer), nd [ca. 1863]. 4to. 3 pp. Publisher's catalogue of sheet music on verso of final leaf. Musical Album, no. 12. Parrish 7640. Disbound; some foxing.
Richmond, VA: Lithographed by Geo. Dunn & Compy.; Columbia, SC: Julian A. Selby, nd [ca. 1863]. 4to. (4) pp. Parrish 7642. Disbound; foxed.
NY: Horace Waters (Lith. by Thomas & Eno, N.Y.; Engvd. at Clayton's), c1861. First edition. 4to. 7pp. Brilliant full-page color lithographic cover of Winfield Scott and the important Union generals of the early months of the war (Rosecrans, McDowell, McClellan, Burnside, Banks, Fremont, and 18 others), all in full military...
4to. One page, approximately 100 words, in part: For $200 paid to one Abner Best, "We bind ourselves to give said negro man [named George] good & sufficient winter & summer clothing, a pair of shoes in summer & a pair of boots & socks in winter. attend him properly...
New York: Charles L. Webster & Co. 1888. Two volumes. First edition. 8vo.; xiii, (1), 500; xi, (1), 486 pp. Frontis. portraits in each volume; illustrations and maps (some folding). Gilt stamped green cloth; gilt illustration on front of each volume; shoulderstrap edition [with the black and gilt epaulettes on...
Single sheet of lined paper, folded, 2 pp. of text, approx. 140 words. Sherman writes from the 5th Ave. Hotel, New York City, on January 3, 1887 to Joseph M. Brown, General Passenger Agent in Atlanta, Georgia. Brown had sent the railroad's promotional pamphlet which, Sherman notes, has "good maps...
Brigadier Gen. James Simons' draft copy of his letter of resignation to the Governor of South Carolina, in the early months of the Civil War. Seven pages on lined paper, rectos only, approx. 1200 words, in a legible hand, and with numerous revisions. Signed by Simons and addressed in the...
Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1896. Tall 8vo. vi, (1), 352 pp. Illustrated, plates, portraits. Original two color and gilt-stamped grey cloth, floral endpapers. Very good copy. Second edition (first published the previous year). Nevins I, p. 234: "One of the best accounts; interesting, reliable, comprehensive, and thoughtful."
a uniquely bound copy, indeed, a presentation binding for his wife, of Sloan's account of his company's service in the Civil War, the detailed manuscript company roster and service register for the Guilford Grays, and a striking portrait photograph of the former Confederate infantry captain. For the lot of three...
Washington, DC: R.O. Polkinhorn, printer, 1883. First edition. Small 8vo. iv, 129, (1) pp. Howes S-556. Nevins Civil War Books I, p. 159: "Important for data on a valorous regiment first commanded by John R. Cooke." Thornton 12664. Original gilt-stamped brown cloth (spine ends and corners a little frayed). Owner's name, else very good. (3554).
1848. Broadside document, 9 7/8 x 15 3/4 inches, a pay request for himself, a "white" servant, and his horse for the month of December, 1848. Smith, a native of Kentucky, was an 1843 graduate of West Point; he was brevetted three time in the Mexican War, served as an...
Ashland, VA: The author, nd . Narrow 12mo. 32, (1) pp. Original printed yellow wrappers, illustrated with a portrait of Stuart, stapled. Very good. First edition. Published to commemorate the 100th birthday of the cavalry commander. Not in Nevins or Dornbusch.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1925. Two volumes. 8vo. ix, 650 pp.; -1281pp. Original blue cloth with title and author gilt stamped on spine. A number of the pages are uncut. Very good.
Greensboro, NC: Sterling, Campbell & Albright, 1863. First edition. 12mo. 148 pp. Original cloth-backed printed boards (rubbed). Lovely copy of an uncommon Confederate grammar. The author served as Principal at the Lexington, N.C., English and Classical School. Parrish & Willingham 7883.