First Edition of Assault and Capture of Lookout Mountain
Assault and Capture of Lookout Mountain “The Battle Above The Clouds.”
Kniffin, Gilbert C.$50.00
Item Number: 736
Chattanooga: W. E. Hardison; Lookout Mountain War Relic Museum.
First edition. Small octavo, original wrappers. In near fine condition.
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New York: Harper and Brothers Publishers, 1942.
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Black and white photograph of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Signed by Roosevelt in the bottom right corner. Matted and framed, which measures 11 inches by 13 inches. Pach Brothers photograph, with their name on the bottom left. The Pach Brothers photography studio is one of the oldest photographic firms in business in New York City, having begun operations in 1867. Patrons included famous Americans involved in business, politics, government, medicine, law, education, and the arts, as well as thousands of students, families and children.