Dixie After the War. Myrta Lockett Avary.
Dixie After the War

Dixie After the War

With an introduction by General Clement A. Evans. Sam Venable's copy. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1937.

Later printing. Hardcover. Octavo. [9], 9-435 pages. Blue cloth hardcover with title on the front cover and the spine. Illustrated. Light shelf wear to the cloth binding. Browning to the rear gutter. Previous owner inscription on the right front flyleaf - "Every Southerner should read this book. I know from my personal knowledge, many instances in this book are true - S. H. Venable Sept 5th 1937." Samuel Venable, 1856-1939, was part of the family that owned Stone Mountain in DeKalb County Georgia outside Atlanta. He and his brother owned rock quarries in DeKalb County. Veneable is best known for his involvement in resurgence of the Klan in Georgia and for his family donating Stone Mountain to Georgia for the purposes of constructing the Stone Mountain Confederate Memorial. Good +. Item #18753

Price: $75.00

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