New York: The Museum of Graphic Art, 1968. Homer, Winslow. First edition. Original Wraps. 136 pp. Foreword by Donald H. Karshan with 103 black and white illustrations and selected Bibliography. This monograph contains all Winslow's etchings, his most important lithographs, many of his most striking wood engravings and helps to...
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Lansing: Michigan Civil War Centennial Observance Commission, 1966. First edition. Paperback. 26 pp. A series published by The Michigan Historical Commission as part of the Civil War Centennial Celebration. Some pencil underlining. Edited by Sidney Glazer.
Garden City: Doubleday, 1948. First edition. Hardcover. Introduction by Carl Sandburg. The story of the collection with selections to July 4, 1861. Index. Nevins. Vol. II, p75...."(first opened toinvestigators in July, 1947)." Archibald MacLeish stated, "The appearance of these volumes is important not only to American scholarship and Americanhistory, but to American literature."
NY: Scribners, 1957. Hardcover. 373 pp. Illustrated with portraits, maps and facsimiles. NEVINS Vol. I, p45. "....a solid and useful study."
Lansing: Michigan Civil WarCentennial Observance Commission, 1965. First edition. Paperback. 18 pp. A series by the Michigan Historical Commission as part of the Civil War Centennial Celebration. Edited by Lewis Beeson.