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WW1 & WW2 US Navy Books & Prints (9pc)

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Lot 0256A Details

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WW1 & WW2 US Navy Books & Prints. This lot includes (1) "The United States Navy from the Revolution to Date" by Francis J. Reynolds, With an Introduction by Rear Admiral Austin M. Knight, U.S. Navy (New York: P.F. Collier & Son, 1917), Folio, hardcover, 144pp. Includes full page photos of "New" Super American Dreadnoughts "Arizona" and "Nevada"--of Pearl Harbor fame. Some rubbing and soiling of covers consistent with age and use; (1) "Jane's Fighting Ships 1941 (Issued 1942)" Editor Francis E. McMurtrie (New York: The MacMillan Company, 1942), Oblong Folio, hardcover, 529pp. plus 60 pages of advertising prior to title page--all of British manufacturers. Covers have old dampstains and wear, but contents complete, tight, clean, and in good condition; (1) "United States Submarine Operations in World War II" by Theodore Roscoe (Annapolis: Published by the United States Naval Institute, 1949), Folio, hardcover cloth, 577 pp. including index. Bottom of spine chipped and torn, otherwise good condition; (1) Framed print under glass of General Douglas MacArthur. Light metal frame measures 10"H x 8"W; (1) " c/o Postmaster" by Thomas R. St. George (Garden City, New York: Garden City Publishing Company, Inc., 1944), hardcover cloth with dj, 194pp. Humorous glimpse of US Army life in Australia. dj torn, otherwise good condition; (1) "Michelin Guide to the Battlefields of the World War, Volume One--The First Battle of the Marne" (Milltown, New Jersey: Michelin, 1919), Paperback, 289pp. plus index. Covers separated and spine label largely gone--otherwise complete with all maps in good condition; (1) "The Martial Adventures of Henry and Me" by William Allen White with illustrations by Tony Sarg (New York: The MacMillan Company, 1918), hardcover, 338pp. and appendix. Good condition; (1) "Theodore Roosevelt's Letters to his Children" Edited by Joseph Bucklin Bishop (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1919), hardcover cloth, 240pp. Wear to covers, otherwise good condition; (1) Framed front page cover of the "Illustrated Sunday Magazine" of the Boston Sunday Herald for July 2, 1916 with patriotic cover art by C.J. Monroe. Wood frame under glass. Frame measures: 14.5"H x 11.5"W Cover has been laminated.
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WW1 & WW2 US Navy Books & Prints (9pc)

Estimate $100 - $200Jul 25, 2020
Starting Price $30
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