Very Good in Good jacket. Signed by Author Inscribed, "To Col. Bruce R_____, With Best Regards" and signed by the author. Laid in is a typed letter to the same recipient, which is also signed by the author. Very Good in a Good dust jacket. Faint foxing to edges of textblock. Jacket has moderate foxing as well as a small chip at bottom of front panel. DJ spine a bit faded.
Near Fine in Fine jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Edmund C. Lynch, Major General ret., chronicles his thirty years of active military duty following his graduation from west Point in 1922. His experiences spanned the evolution of the Army Air Corps at the end of World War I through the years before World War II until it became the United Air Force in 1947. Brown boards with gold-color lettering on spine, xiii, 286 pp., photos, unclipped illustrated jacket in Mylar cover. Previous owner's seal embossed on front free endpaper, otherwise like new.
VG/VG. 0890157308. Hardback stated first edition signed by author and inscribed to previous owner. Covers and contents clean, bright. Light, minor DJ wear, including several small edge dings. Not library discard.;
Fine in Very Good dust jacket. 0890157308. Presentation copy: "To Professor Edward Coffman with cordial regards and best wishes. Edmund C. Lynch, Austin, Tx. Sept 15, 1992." (Signed opposite the half-title page. ) Major General Lynch has also signed above his name on the title page. Forewords by Edward Clare Dunn and Williams S. Lawton. Illustrated with black-and-white photographs. The dust jacket is protected by a Brodart mylar cover and is not price clipped. Not an ex-library copy. No remainder marks. Most books shipped within 24 hours. All books mailed with Delivery Confirmation. Dr. Coffman has noted Lynch's death in pencil at the top of the rear fly-leaf. The dust jacket spine is sunned. Fine condition in very good dust jacket.; Black-and-white photographs; 8vo.; xiii, 286 pages; Signed by Author.
Photos. Very Good in Very Good jacket. Sm4to from 9" to 11" Inscribed & SIGNED By Author xiii, 286 pp, brown clothcovered boards w/gilt lettering on the spine, Inscribed & SIGNED by the author on verso of the ffep, glossy blu dj w/black-and-white photo on the front cover w/white-black lettering, w/white rear panel w/balck lettering. The author chronicles his thirty years of active military duty following graduation from West Point in the class of 1922. His experiences spanned the evolution of the Army Air Corps at end of World War I until it became the United States Air Force in 1947. It is a series of eighty short stories about people and events which shaped his career. Prev owner embossed the front flap and half title page.
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