Quarter Buckram. Fair/No Jacket. Limited/Numbered. Large Octavo. 297 pages. First edition; #336 of 500 copies. Green paper-covered boards; tan buckram binding with title-label on spine. Slightly cocked spine; boards and binding stained; title-label is browned and has insect damage. Text is clean except for plates, which have some foxing. Binding is tight.
Fair in Poor jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Signed by Author Fair first edition, limited to 500 copies of which this in No. 194. Signed and dated by the author on the copyright page. Green paper-covered boards and tan buckram binding with a partially torn title-label on spine. Shaken. Bumped edges. Boards are well worn and sunned. Poor dust jacket with many chips and tears. Top half of spine is missing. Clean pages and pictures. How the news of the world is collected and dispatched by a body of trained press writers. The beginning and growth of the worldwide associated press news service. Covers events following the Little Big Horn, the Nez Perce, Sitting Bull, and events through The Spanish American War.
Good + Title continued. Correspondent Of The Chicago Times 297 pages, illustrations, LIMITED edition, 1 of 500 copies, discoloration to covers, paper label (title) on spine missing most of the title, SIGNED by the author. Laid in is a 1931 typed letter to the publisher inquiring about the Author's health and mentions the book. "Diehl was sent as a correspondent to report on the campaigns of Terry, Crook, Miles and others following the death of his predecessor, Kellogg who was killed with Custer. " Covers events following the Little Big Horn, the Nez Perce, Sitting Bull, and events through The Spanish American War.
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