Good++, No Dust Jacket. 4TO, 293 pgs., B/W Photos, Hardcover. Hardcover: Blue cloth binding with title and illustration in gold on front board. Title on faded/discolored spine in gold is rubbed. Boards are soiled and rubbed, corners and spine ends are frayed. Endpapers are lightly oxidized. Text pages are clean. The 406th Telegraph Battalion, Signal Corps U.S. Army which was the first to go to France, saw continuous service throughout America's participation in World War One. Illustrated. Nice tight binding.
Very Good-, No Dust Jacket. 4TO, 294 pgs., B/W Photos, Hardcover. Harcover: Royal blue cloth binding with title and illustraion in gold on front. Spine is sun-faded. Corners and spine ends are rubbed. Upper foredge is spotted and soiled. Blue endpapers are lightly oxidized. Frontispiece, title, text, and photos are printed on coated paper. The 406 th Telegraph battalion saw continuous service throughout the American participation in World War One. Vintage photos. Nice tight binding.
Good+ Hardcover with gilt decorated blue cloth boards, 1921, small quarto, 294pp., color frontispiece, otherwise illustrated in b&w. Book good+ with rubbing and soil to boards, edgewear that tears cloth, binding tight, text clean and unmarked but toned throughout. No DJ.
Very Good. First Edition. 1921. Hardcover. 4to. Blue cloth, gilt titles and illustration of soldiers from the Telegraph Battalion. 294pp. Illustrated with many black & white photographs. Ex-Library. Very Good. Mild shelfwear, rubbing to corners and spine-ends with mild loss of cloth, general soiling. A few library stamps to endpapers and title page. Contents unmarked.
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