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Lawrence, T.E.; Ede, H.S.
(London: The Golden Cockerel Press, 1942), RARE FIRST EDITION IN THE LIMITED ISSUE IN HANDSOME BINDING. "Shaw" of course was the name T.E. Lawrence used when he enrolled in the R.A.F. more
[Lawrence, T.E.]; Wilson, Jeremy
(London: [Privately Printed at Castle Hill Press] By arrangement with William Heinemann Ltd., 1989 ), RARE FIRST EDITION AND ONE OF 55 COPIES ONLY OF THE AUTHOR'S PRIVATELY ISSUED SETS OF ORIGINAL FIRST EDITION SHEETS REMADE INTO TWO VOLUMES, SPECIALLY more
Crowninshield, Louise Dupont and Dupont, Pierre S.
(Wilmington: Privately Printed by Hambleton, 1949-1950), FIRST EDITION IN PUBLIC FORM. These chronicles are reprinted from the family records and published by the descendants of the famous hosts and hostesses at more
Carter, President Jimmy
(New York: The Library of Contemporary Thought. Published in Conjunction with Times Books. The Ballantine Publishing Group, 19, FIRST EDITION, INSCRIBED BY THE PRESIDENT. Jimmy Carter was 39th President of the United States. He became, after his tenure as president, University Distinguished Professor more
[Washington, George]; Freeman, , Douglas Southall; Carroll, John Alexander; Ashworth, Mary Wells
(New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1948-1957), FIRST EDITION OF EACH OF THE SEVEN VOLUMES, ALL PRINTED SEPARATELY AND OVER A SPAN OF TEN YEARS. Douglas Freeman was awarded the Pulitzer Prize more
[Lincoln, Abraham]; Sandburg, Carl
(New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company , ca. 1926-1943), AN EXTREMELY PLEASING AND FINELY BOUND SET OF THIS CLASSIC WORK, STILL THE BEST AND MOST DEFINITIVE BIOGRAPHY OF THE GREAT AMERICAN PRESIDENT. Carl Sandburg more
[Kennedy, Edward] Burke, Richard E., with William and Marilyn Hoffer
(New York: St. Martin's Press, 1992), FIRST EDITION. In 1971 as a freshmen at Georgetown University, Richard Burke volunteered at the offices of his political idol, Senator Edward M. Kennedy. Over more
(New York: Charles L. Webster & Company, 1888), FIRST EDITION, NOW BECOMING SCARCE. Sheridan recounts his life as a West Point cadet, cavalry commander, American military observer to the Franco-Prussian War, infamous hero more
(London & Newcastle on Tyne: Adam and Co. for John R. Haslam, Nottingham, n.d. [ca. 1876]), IN VERY WELL PRESERVED AND HANDSOME CONDITION. An early and beautifully produced account of Livingstone's life and of his many adventures in Africa in a more
(New York: Charles L. Webster & Company, 1888), A CIVIL WAR CLASSIC NOW BECOMING HARD TO FIND IN COLLECTABLE CONDITION. Sheridan recounts his life as a West Point cadet, cavalry commander, American military more
(Oxford, Mississippi: Yoknapatawpha Press, 1983), FIRST EDITION SIGNED BY WILLIE MORRIS. "I read Always Stand in Against the Curve with great pleasure. It is a charming and amusing evocation of more
(New York: Charles L. Webster & Company, 1888), VERY SCARCE IN THIS CONDITION. Sheridan recounts his life as a West Point cadet, cavalry commander, American military observer to the Franco-Prussian War, infamous hero more
McCLELLAN'S OWN STORY. The War for the Union, The Soldiers Who Fought It, The Civilians Who Directed It,and His Relations
McClellan, George B.
(New York: Charles L. Webster, 1887), A BRIGHT AND QUITE PLEASING COPY OF THIS SCARCE TITLE IN THE GREAT WAR "SHOULDER STRAP" SERIES, which also includes the PERSONAL MEMOIRS OF ULYSSES more