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1 AIR FORCE MANUAL SEARCH AND RESCUE SURVIVAL
Department of the Air Force 1969 Soft Cover Very Good to Very Good+ Air Force Figures (drawings), Map 
AFM64-5. 
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2 Report of the Third Annual Reunion of the Society of the Army and Navy of the Gulf Held at Newport, R. I., July 7th, 1871
New York George F. Nesbitt & Co 1872 Paper Cover Good Military Size: Approx. 5 1/2" x 9" 
Contents include: A Poem "Gulf-Weed" by Henry Howard Brownell; Memorial Address on the Life and Character of Admiral D.G.Farragut by Rev. Henry E. Montgomery; Remarks by General McDowell, Alexander Hamilton Rice, Dr. Foltz, Gen. Sheridan, and others; List of Vessels in the Gulf Squadron Commanded by Admiral D.G.Farragut and Roster of Troops (19th Corps) Department of Gulf. 80 pp. Blue stiff covers. Faint gilt lettering on front cover. Front bottom corner tip missing.Tears at spine joints. Back cover's top corner creased. 1/2" spine paper missing at base. Overall covers are Good. Still intact. Interior is tight, clean and in Very Good + condition. Mildly brown-tone to pages, age? related. 
Price: 80.00 USD
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3 Calhoun, J. C., Secretary of War LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF WAR, TRANSMITTING A REPORT OF THE BREVET OFFICERS IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES WITH THE REASON FOR SUCH DISTINCTION.
Washington Gales & Seaton 1822 Wraps Good American History Size: Approx. 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" Fold Outs 
March 14, 1822 on front page of document. First page reads: Department of War, 13th March, 1822. Sir: Pursuant to a resolution of the House of Representatives directing the Secretary of War to state "the names and grade of the officers now in the army of the United States, who hold brevet commissions; distinguishing those brevetted for gallant conduct in battle, from those brevetted for other causes: stating the cause in each case;" I have the honor to transmit, herewith, a report of the Adjutant General, which contains the information required." I have the honor to be, Your obdt. servant, J.C. Calhoun". Includes 2 foldout charts with sections. One foldout still attached (slightly) to document. It is 19"x11 1/2" listing 35 Officers, their "Grade", "Brevet Commissions Superior to Those of the Line and Staff", and Remarks. Second foldout is detached. Approximately 18 1/2"x12". Lists 40 Officers, "Grade", "Brevet Commissions Equal To, and Inferior To, Those of the Line and Staff", and Remarks. Each has Adjutant Gereral's Office, Washington, March 12, 1822, James Gadsden, Colonel and Adjt. Gen. at bottom of foldouts. Covers mildly foxed/age-toned. No tears. Disbound?. 5 pp. plus 2 foldouts. Detached foldout chipped around border edges but very minor and not near text. Some of the Remarks on the foldouts : "For gallant conduct at Fort Erie; For distinguished services in the campaign of 1813; Late Major 28th infantry, razeed..." An historical document. 
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4 Congress LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF WAR 1818...REPORT OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY...
Washington E De Krafft 1818 Paperbound Very Good U.S. Army Size: Approx. 5 1/4" x 8 1/4" Tables 
LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF WAR Transmitting, Pursuant to a Resolution of the House of Representatives, of Twentieth April, 1818, A REPORT of the Number and Grade of the Officers of the Army; Where Stationed; The Number on Duty, and Those on Furlough, with THE PERIOD OF FURLOUGH. 52 pp. Report submitted by J.C. Calhoun, Secretary of War (President James Monroe). Pages 5-51 tables with list of officers, "grade", "station" and includes furloughs, occasional absences or for some court martial. Page 52 from D.Parker Adjutant and Inspector General with explanation of Report. Disbound but intact. Brownish age tone to paper. Light foxing. Overall document is Very Good. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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5 Congress MEMORIAL OF NATHANIEL HALL LORING, AND OTHERS, LATE CADETS AT THE MILITARY ACADEMY, WEST POINT 1819
Washington Gales & Seaton 1819 Paperbound Good West Point Size: Approx. 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" 
December 27, 1819. Read, and referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. "...the undersigned, late Cadets in the service of the United States, in pursuance of original powers extended to the said undersigned by one hundred and eighty Cadets, in November, 1818, to act in their behalf, and by all legal means to relieve the corps of Cadets from certain tyrannies which they hold to exist; would respectfully represent and declare, that a true statement of the situation of the Military Academy has been withheld from the Congress of the United States. That, in consequence the said Military Academy has suffered under the abuses of an authority which was, and is, unrestrained by any fixed and certain laws..." Thus they present "An expose of facts, concerning recent transactions relating to the Corps of Cadets of the U. States' Military Academy, at West Point, New York," 72 pp. Includes correspondence to and from J.C. Calhoun, Secretary of War. Brownish tone to paper. Mild foxing. All text legible. Disbound but intact. Overall document is Good+ to Very Good-. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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6 Department of the Army THE ARMY NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER GUIDE
Washington, D.C. Department of the Army 1990 Paper Covers Very Good- U.S. Army Size: Approx. 5 1/4" x 8 1/2" Illustrated 
Training Circular No. 22-6. 75 pp. Yellow paper covers. Spine edge is has three-hole punch, does not affect text. Covers are dirty, spine is creased from reading, wear to corners. Interior pages are clean. Book in VG- condition. 
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7 Editors of Time-Life Books SPECIAL FORCES AND MISSIONS, The New Face of War
Alexandria, Virginia Time-Life 1991 0-8094-8600-8 / 9780809486007 First Printing Boards Near Fine No Jacket Military 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Photographs, Maps, Drawings 
One of the Time-Life series. Incredible photography depicting the Special Forces of the U.S. Military. Chapters on Special Operations and the training given, Special Missions and rescue effort, A Supercopter for Rigorous Missions and others. 176 pp. Bibliography and Index. 
Price: 7.00 USD
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8 House of Representatives APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE ARMY AND MILITARY ACADEMY
Washington Government Printing Office 1842 Paperbound Good+ U.S. Government Document Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 9" 
Documents to accompany bill of House of Representatives (No. 75) "making appropriation for the support of the army and military academy for the year 1842." 27th Congress, 2d Session, House of Representatives, Doc. No. 257. July 1, 1842. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. 8 pp. Disbound government document. Chipping and small tears to spine edge. First and last page are nearly removed from rest of document, separated at bottom. Top corner is creased. Pages have significant browning, text easily legible. Document in Good+ condition. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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9 House of Representatives FOURTH ARKANSAS MOUNTED INFANTRY
Washington Government Printing Office 1900 Paperbound Very Good+ Arkansas Size: Approx. 5 1/2" x 9" 
Letter from The Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting A copy of a Communication from the Secretary of War submitting an Estimate of Appropriation for the Investigation Relating to the Relief of the Fourth Arkansas Mounted Infantry. Elihu Root, Secretary of War. 2 pp.(one page, front & back). 56th Congress, 1st Session. Document No.311. 3 small tears at spine from where disbound, otherwise Very Good+. 
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10 House of Representatives LETTER FROM THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS OF THE ARMY, TRANSMITTING A REPORT RELATIVE TO THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE BUILDING FOR THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS UNDER PROVISIONS OF THE SUNDRY CIVIL APPROPRIATION ACT APPROVED OCTOBER 2, 1888
Washington Government Printing Office 1888 Paperbound Good+ Library of Congress Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 9" Fold Out Diagrams 
Library of Congress. 50th Congress, 2d Session, House of Representatives, Mis. Doc. No. 12. December 4, 1888.--Referred to the Committee on Appropriations and ordered to be printed. 11 pp. Ninetenn fold-out diagrams of proposed construction plans for the future Library of Congress. Disbound government document. Residue and strings from book binding remains on spine edge, same edge is also creased and chipped. First page of document is separated from others. Corners are creased and folded, paper is browning from age, text easily legible. All 19 fold-out images are present and clean. Document in Good to Good+ condition. 
Price: 60.00 USD
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11 House of Representatives OFFICERS OF REVOLUTIONARY ARMY
Washington Government Printing Office 1828 Paperbound Very Good- U.S. Government Document Size: Approx. 5 1/2" x 8 3/4" 
20th Congress, 1st Session, Rep. No. 136., Ho. of Reps. February 11, 1828. "Mr. Burges, from the select committee to which the subject had been referred, made the following Report: The Committee to whom was referred the Memorial in behalf of those of the surviving officers and soldiers of the army of the Revolution, who continued in service until the close of the war, report:" 21 pp. Disbound government document. Residue from book, chipping and creasing to spine edge. Document pages are browning and heavily foxed, text is still legible. Paper has "wavy" appearance. Overall document in VG- condition. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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12 Meade, George THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF GEORGE GORDON MEADE: TWO VOLUMES
New York Charles Scribner's Sons 1913 Cloth Good- U.S. Army Size: Approx. 6 1/4" x 9 1/4" Fold Out Maps 
Major-General United States Army. Edited by George Gordon Meade. "The volumes contain two sets of heretofore unpublished letters written by General Meade to his wife during his absence from home, while actively engaged in the Mexican and Civil Wars, and a narrative of General Meade's life during the periods not covered by his own writings, together with an account of the battle of Gettysburg." Volume I: 389 pp. Volume II: 432 pages with index. Green cloth covers with gilt lettering on spines. Books have cover corners that are bumped and rubbed to boards, areas of edge rubbed to boards, scuffing to cover faces, creases on spine, spine ends are frayed and torn. Both books are ex. library with similar markings: identification stamps on lower spine edge, bookplate adhered on front inside cover, library stamp on back of frontispiece, embossed stamp on preface/contents page, checkout sheet and security sticker on back free endpaper, barcode and pocket envelope on back inside cover. Foldout maps are complete and are in various conditions: most are clean with minor chipping to edges, browning. Maps in back of Volume 2 have more significant browning/chipping to top edge due to exposure along top page edge. Map 14 in Volume 2 has been torn along crease and is in two pieces. All maps have one or more library stamps on back. Gilt top page edge. Broken hinges. Loose spines. Interior pages are lightly browning along edges, some page corners have creases from being dog-earred, otherwise clean. Books in Good- condition. Scarce to have both volumes of this title. 
Price: 200.00 USD
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13 Senate PETITION OF WILLIAM C. BRYANT, HENRY W. LONGFELLOW, HORACE GREELEY, JOHN A. DIX, U.S. GRANT, AND OTHERS, Citizens of the United States...for a National Home for Totally Disabled Soldiers and Sailors of the Army and Navy of the United States
Washington Government Printing Office 1864 Paperbound Very Good- U.S. Government Document Size: Approx. 5 1/2" x 8 3/4" 
An appropriation for the founding and support of a National Home for totally disabled soldiers and sailors of the army and navy of the United States. 38th Congress, 2d Session. Senate. Mis. Doc. No. 3. Petition lists many Famous Americans: William C. Bryant; Parke Godwin; Henry W. Longfellow; Ira Moore Barton; John A. Dix; Horace Greeley; Joseph Henry; Clara Barton; Fred P. Stanton; George Bancroft; U.S. Grant; George Ripley; and numerous others. 3 pp. Disbound. Mild foxing. Otherwise Very Good. 
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14 Sheridan, P. H. PERSONAL MEMOIRS OF P. H. SHERIDAN: TWO VOLUMES
New York Charles L. Webster & Company 1888 Cloth Fair to Good- U.S. Army Size: Approx. 6 " x 9 1/2" Photographs, Fold Out Maps 
General United States Army. Both volumes of a two volume set. Volume I: 500 pp. Volume II: 486 pages with index. Green cloth covers with gilt image of Sheridan on front with gilt title on front and spine. Cover corners and edges are bumped and rubbed to boards, scuffing and dirt/white marks to cover faces, joints rubbed. Spine cloth is loose and creased, spine ends are torn and fraying. Flowered endpapers. Hinges are broken, almost completely through, with exposed areas of spine and separating some sections of interior pages. Interior pages are browning along edges, some foxing marks. Books in Fair to Good- condition. 
Price: 37.50 USD
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15 Swift, Maj. Eben ANNUAL REPORT OF THE AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE YEAR 1908, VOL. I
Washington Government Printing Office 1909 Paperbound Very Good Government Document Size: Approx. 6" x 9" 
XIII: THE WILDERNESS CAMPAIGN. Three papers. 1. GRANT'S CONDUCT OF THE WILDERNESS CAMPAIGN by Gen. Edward Pl Alexander, C.S. Army. 2. LEE'S CONDUCT OF THE WILDERNESS CAMPAIGN by Col. William R. Livermore, U.S. Army. 3. THE WILDERNESS CAMPAIGN FROM OUR PRESENT POINT OF VIEW by Maj. Eben Swift, U.S. Army. Disbound from Annual Report of the American Historical Association for the Year 1908, in Two Volumes, Vol. I. Wrapped in fascimile cover, linen tape spine. Pages 223-247. Many pages uncut. Document in VG condition. 
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16 United States War Dept. REPORT OF THE TESTS OF METALS AND OTHER MATERIALS FOR INDUSTRIAL PURPOSES, MADE WITH THE UNITED STATES TESTING MACHINE AT WATERTOWN ARSENAL, MASSACHUSETTS, During the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1889
Washington Government Printing Office 1890 Leather Good to Good- U.S. Government Document Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 9" Tables, Foldouts Drawings 
Annual report of the tests of iron, steel, and other materials made at the arsenal with the United States testing machine, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1889. 682 pp. Tables and foldouts. Includes Index to House Executive Documents 1889-90, pp. iii-xxxii. Leather covers. Front cover attached by one "set" of strings. Except for a 3" leather strip on the spine with title"TESTS OF METALS", the rest of spine "covering" missing. Scuffing to leather covers. Corner tips rubbed to boards. Covers still intact. Overall Good to Good-. Interior is tight, clean and in Very Good + condition. Pages brownish age-toned. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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