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The Blue and the Gray: The story of the Civil War as told by participants (2 volume set).

by Commager, Henry Steele (editor)

Condition: 4/-1

Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1950 Book. 4. Hardcover. Stated first edition. Very good. No dust jacket. Cardboard slipcase very worn. Blue-gray book covers with some fading on spine. Pencil markings inside covers. Text clean without markings. Binding tight. Not ex-library. Volume I: 588 p; Volume II: 1201 pages. illus., maps. 25 cm. Includes: B&W photos as frontispiece in both volumes Not ex-library. US shipping only, extra postage may be required. Bibliography: v. 2, p. 1155-1186. All proceeds benefit the Burlingame Public Library..
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