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Lee's Lieutenants: A Sudy in Command, Volume I- Mannassas to Malvern Hill

by Freeman, Douglas Southall

Condition: Very Good-/Very Good

Scribners, 1942. Book. Very Good-. Hardcover. Signed by Author(s). Hardcover in jacket. Pages are starting to pull away from binding at top of spine to first 20 pages, running down about two inches (an easy repair). Couple small chips to spine ends of jacket and couple half-inch tears across front and rear flap folds. $5.00 price on jacket with Scribners "A". Signed by Freeman in his typical small script on front endpaper..


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