DescriptionJohn J. Pershing. My Experiences in the World War. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1931.
Author's autograph edition limited to 2100 numbered copies signed by the author on a page inserted in front. Two octavo volumes (complete). 400; 436 pages. With sixty-nine reproductions from photographs and numerous maps.
Original khaki buckram. Stamped gilt title labels on the front board and spine with titles in black. Top edges gilt. Edges untrimmed. A beautiful set, virtually without flaw retaining their original dust jackets and in the original gold foil covered slipcase. The jackets are slightly chipped at the extremities and likewise the slipcase. In total, a handsome set of "Black Jack" Pershing's memoirs of the great war in fine condition.
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