Item #H35864 Personal Recollections of Private John Henry Cammack, A Soldier of the Confederacy, 1861-1865 -- inscribed. John Henry Cammack.
Personal Recollections of Private John Henry Cammack, A Soldier of the Confederacy, 1861-1865 -- inscribed
Personal Recollections of Private John Henry Cammack, A Soldier of the Confederacy, 1861-1865 -- inscribed
Personal Recollections of Private John Henry Cammack, A Soldier of the Confederacy, 1861-1865 -- inscribed
Personal Recollections of Private John Henry Cammack, A Soldier of the Confederacy, 1861-1865 -- inscribed
Personal Recollections of Private John Henry Cammack, A Soldier of the Confederacy, 1861-1865 -- inscribed

Personal Recollections of Private John Henry Cammack, A Soldier of the Confederacy, 1861-1865 -- inscribed

Huntington WV: Paragon Prt. & Pub. Co., (1920). First Printing. Hardcover. Small 8vo, publisher's gray cloth lettered in dark blue, fair to good copy with general moderate wear and surface soil to binding, ex-library stamps from the Ruth Enlow Library of Garrett County and their withdrawn stamp, too, child's pen scrawls on front endpapers, rear pastedown replaced and with neat restoration to rear inner hinge, text clean and unmarked but for library stamp on p. 101 bottom margin. Inscribed and signed by Cammack to George W. Loar (1865-1949), a member of one of the leading families of Garrett County. Very rare, with other dealers saying this was either limited to 25 or 125 copies and with the few copies for sale starting at $1250. Cammack served in the Confederate Army, 20th Virginia Cavalry, Co. "I" the last two years of the war. Cammack became a prominent citizen of Huntington and built a small fortune from pioneering the insurance business in Huntington. Fair. Item #H35864

Price: $400.00

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