Lieut. Col. Harold E. Hartney. Up and At 'Em. Stackpole Sons, 1940. Second printing. Inscribed by Hartney. From a private collection in North Carolina.

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    Lieut. Col. Harold E. Hartney. INSCRIBED. Up and At 'Em. Harrisburg: Stackpole Sons, 1940. Second printing. Inscribed by the author, WWI Ace on the half-title page: "With sincerest regards and best / wishes from the author, / Harold E. Hartney / Lt. Col., Air Corps, (Res.)". Additionally signed by WWI pilot Kenneth P. Littauer on the frontispiece and A. L. Cunningham beneath is picture following page 128. Octavo. 333 pages. Illustrated. Rosters. Publisher's original tan cloth lettered in brown ink. Dust jacket. Toning and small areas of damp to the boards; jacket worn with taped repairs and some ink bleeding due to damp, else very good condition.

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