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Prison Life in Andersonville by John L. Maile
2/3/2011 - ONLINE American History Timed Auction
Maile, John L. Prison Life in Andersonville. Los Angeles: Grafton Publishing Company, 1912. 12mo, red embossed cloth, 152pp plus 12 photographs. Autographed and signed in ink on FFEP:

To Comrade Ivory H. Pike
In Memory of Service and Sufferings Together.
John L. Maile
Los Angeles
May 3, 1912



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Shelf wear, light toning.
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