Ulysses S. Grant’s critically-acclaimed autobiography, which recounts his earliest military service during the Mexican War, his subsequent military service including his time on the West Coast and in California, through the end of the Civil War. This monumental work was completed just five days before Grant's death.
Published and sold by Mark Twain via Charles L Webster and Company, New York (1885).
Hand-bound in quarter blue calf leather with decorative raised gilt spines and housed in a custom cloth slipcase, which features a photograph of the famous General as well as a facsimile of his autograph.
Artist: F.A. Crepaux Unframed Size: 46"x 30" Framed dimensions: 48" H x 32" W x 3" D This poster was part of the Colonel Edward McCrahon Poster Collection In 1919,...
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