“LET’S GO!” 10 Years’ Retrospect of the World War. Historical Official Statistics, Copies of Documents, and Intimate Anecdotes pertaining to the 1 Division, United States Army, from June 14th, 1917, to November 11th, 1918. George Dudley Bogert.
“LET’S GO!” 10 Years’ Retrospect of the World War. Historical Official Statistics, Copies of Documents, and Intimate Anecdotes pertaining to the 1 Division, United States Army, from June 14th, 1917, to November 11th, 1918.
“LET’S GO!” 10 Years’ Retrospect of the World War. Historical Official Statistics, Copies of Documents, and Intimate Anecdotes pertaining to the 1 Division, United States Army, from June 14th, 1917, to November 11th, 1918.
“LET’S GO!” 10 Years’ Retrospect of the World War. Historical Official Statistics, Copies of Documents, and Intimate Anecdotes pertaining to the 1 Division, United States Army, from June 14th, 1917, to November 11th, 1918.

“LET’S GO!” 10 Years’ Retrospect of the World War. Historical Official Statistics, Copies of Documents, and Intimate Anecdotes pertaining to the 1 Division, United States Army, from June 14th, 1917, to November 11th, 1918.

San Francisco: Press of H.S. Crocker, 1927. First Edition. Leather bound. Signed and numbered by Sargent Bogart on the front pastedown, with a printed acknowledgement signed by Bogart paperclipped to a prefatory leaf and a related typed letter signed (TLS) by Bogart laid in. Sold by subscription, this copy of the book belonged to Lieutenant Colonel Leon C. Garcia (1882-1955), chief surgeon of the Sixteenth Infantry, First Division, with his name stamped in gilt on the front board. According to his obituary in the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, Dr. Garcia served in the Philippines and Mexico before taking part in the Argonne fighting during the First World War: “He was credited with being the first Army medical officer in World War I to go into front line trenches with soldiers.” He was awarded the Purple Heart in May 1933. Octavo: 123 p. with textual photographs. Original limp brown leather binding, with decorative gilt and red stamping, Some general edgewear, with a short split to the spine heel; else about very good. Very good. Item #72710

Price: $200.00

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