The Last Parade: An Editorial by Douglas S. Freeman -- From "Richmond News Leader" of Friday, Jume twenty-fourth Nineteen hundred and thirty-two, the last day of the forty-second annual reunion of the United Confederate Veterans
by Douglas S. Freeman
Richmond, VA: Whittet & Shepperson, 1932. Hardcover. WARMLY INSCRIBED BY DOUGLAS SOUTHALL FREEMAN'S DAUGHTER on the title page. A clean, very well-preserved copy to boot of this uncommon, privately-printed 1932 offering, which was never offered for sale to the public. Tight and Near Fine in its off-white boards. Tall quarto, beautiful tipped-in gravure photos with tissue-guards. A lavishly-produced tribute to the Veterans of the Confederacy.
(Inventory #: 12713)
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