Gold and Blue Stars (1919; a journal advocating for fair treatment of veterans of WWI and against the 'brutalities of militarists'). Private Cedric S. Brewer, William S. Brewer.
Gold and Blue Stars (1919; a journal advocating for fair treatment of veterans of WWI and against the 'brutalities of militarists')
Gold and Blue Stars (1919; a journal advocating for fair treatment of veterans of WWI and against the 'brutalities of militarists')
Gold and Blue Stars (1919; a journal advocating for fair treatment of veterans of WWI and against the 'brutalities of militarists')
Gold and Blue Stars (1919; a journal advocating for fair treatment of veterans of WWI and against the 'brutalities of militarists')

Gold and Blue Stars (1919; a journal advocating for fair treatment of veterans of WWI and against the 'brutalities of militarists')

New York: Union Associated Press, 1919. Wraps, 6.75 inches tall, on pulpy paper, very good, light general wear and inevitable tanning. 64 pp, advocating for square deals and back pay for soldiers, keeping the League of Nations out of politics, 30 pages of 'comics, fun and thrilling stories by wounded soldiers' and more. Most of the text apparently written by either Cedric S. Brewer or his (presumed) brother, William S. Brewer, decidely pro-soldier but anti-war. RARE: OCLC locates but a single issue of this journal in any institution -- at Dartmouth. Very Good. Item #H7713

Price: $125.00

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