DescriptionElizabeth B. Custer. Three first editions, including: Boots and Saddles or Life in Dakota with General Custer. [and]: Following the Guidon. [and]: Tenting on the Plains or General Custer in Kansas and Texas. All generally good.
Three first editions, including: Boots and Saddles or Life in Dakota with General Custer. New York: Harper and Brothers, . Publisher's tan cloth with black and gold stamping. Binding rubbed and worn. Hinges weak and tearing. Endpapers somewhat soiled. Slightly cocked. Edges toned. [and]: Following the Guidon. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1890. Publisher's green cloth with decorative multi-color stamping. Binding rubbed. Rear board loss at head. Loose and torn hinges with dampstaining to preliminaries. [and]: Tenting on the Plains or General Custer in Kansas and Texas. New York: Charles L. Webster & Company, 1887. Ex-library copy. Three-quarters leatherette binding with gilt spine titles and stamped front insignia. Covers well worn and rather bumped. Spine has significant loss. Hinges torn and very weak. Edges toned. Text block rather clean. All volumes generally good.
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