Descriptive Key To the Painting of the Repulse of Longstreet's Assault at the Battle of Gettysburg. John B. A. M. Bachelder.

Descriptive Key To the Painting of the Repulse of Longstreet's Assault at the Battle of Gettysburg.

(July 3, 1863) Historically Arranged by John B. Bachelder, and Painted by James Walker. Embracing A Brief Outline of the Battle, Showing the Relative Positions of the Contending Forces, and Explaining the Points of Local and Military Interest Delineated by the Artist. With Appendix, Containing Private Letters and Official Reports From Both Armies, Showing the Authorities For The Painting; With a Complete Index of the Officers and Troops Mentioned. New York: Published by John B. Bachelder. Alvord, Printer. 1870.

First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo. 94 pages, [1]. Frontispiece large oblong folding key to the painting. Dark pebbled cloth hardcover with ornate gilt title on the front cover. Edge wear to cloth head and base of the spine. Folding illustration in very good condition. A variant printing as other copies have portraits and others do not. Also, the the covers for this copy and other copies vary. This copy has no portraits. Not in Nevins. Very good. Item #15851

Price: $125.00

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