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    John E. Pitzer; L. W. Minnigh. Pair of Gettysburg Pamphlets. Gettysburg: Various publishers, no date-1924. John E. Pitzer. Three Days at Gettysburg. Gettysburg: Post 9, Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.), no date. Octavo. 100 pages. Yellow paper printed wrappers. Heavy edgewear with losses, amateur repairs to spine and front panel with cellophane tape. Somewhat soiled and rubbed. Internally generally clean; minor intermittent soiling. Good.

    [Together with]: L. W. Minnigh. Gettysburg, What They Did Here. The Standard Historical Guide Book on Gettysburg with Numerous Maps and Illustrations. Gettysburg: N. A. Meligakes, 1924. "People's popular edition." Octavo. 168 pages. Illustrated, including fold-out map. Illustrated paper wrappers. Minor edgewear, spine sunned, minor soiling, chipping to head and foot of spine. Internally clean; staples in binding somewhat rusted. Very good. From the A. D. Andrews Collection of Southern and Natural History

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