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HIT SONGS FROM THE "GLENN MILLER STORY".  STARRING JAMES STEWART & JUNE ALLYSON WITH FAMOUS GUEST STARS FRANCES LANGFORD, LOUIS ARMSTRONG, GENE KRUPA, BEN POLLACK, THE MODERNAIRES, ETC.
1 HIT SONGS FROM THE "GLENN MILLER STORY". STARRING JAMES STEWART & JUNE ALLYSON WITH FAMOUS GUEST STARS FRANCES LANGFORD, LOUIS ARMSTRONG, GENE KRUPA, BEN POLLACK, THE MODERNAIRES, ETC.
London Robbins Music Corporation Stapled in Wraps Very Good 
30 pp, 11" H. 9 full-page b&w photos from the film showing James (Jimmy) Stewart, June Allyson, Louis Armstrong, Frances Langford, the Modernaires, Gene Krupa, etc. Songs: Moonlight Serenade; I Know Why; Over the Rainbow; Cattanooga Choo Choo; At Last; Stairway to the Stars; Pennsylvania 6-5000; Elmer's Tune; Little Brown Jug. Musical notation for piano, accordion, guitar and ukulele. Pennsylvania 6-5000 has piano arrangement only (by Thomas "Fats" Waller). Postage to most destinations will be reduced for this light item - please inquire. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light browning on rear cover and on edges of text block. 
Price: 14.00 USD
 
 
CHICKAMAUGA 1863: THE RIVER OF DEATH.  OSPREY MILITARY CAMPAIGN SERIES 17., Arnold, James R.
2 Arnold, James R. CHICKAMAUGA 1863: THE RIVER OF DEATH. OSPREY MILITARY CAMPAIGN SERIES 17.
London Osprey 1992 1855322633 / 9781855322639 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good- 
96 pp, 9 3/4" H. "Chickamauga - an Indian name meaning 'River of Death' - was one of the bloodiest battles of the American Civil War. Fought in densely wooded terrain just south of Chattanooga, this was to be the greatest western-theatre battle of the conflict, a hard-fought victory for the Confederates that halted the advance of Rosecrans' Union Army of the Cumberland into Tennessee." "Each volume (of the Campaign series) begins with an assessment of each commander's campaign strategy, then recounts the progress of the fighting, blow-by-blow. More than 90 illustrations, including maps, charts and colour plates accompany the text, and a series of three-dimensional battle maps mark the critical stages of the campaign. Each volume concludes with a brief guide to the battlefield today, and detailed notes for wargamers." Small Christmas notation, date and signature in pencil on title page; otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - very light corner wear, light rubbing, large soft corner crease on rear cover, two small soft corner creases. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
3 Bowers, John. CHICKAMAUGA AND CHATTANOOGA: THE BATTLES THAT DOOMED THE CONFEDERACY.
Post Road Press/Avon, (New York, 2000), 2nd printing. 
266 pp, 8vo (8" H) soft cover. ISBN 0380725096 B&w photos, maps. "In the Autumn of 1863, a pair of remarkable military engagements took place on opposite sides of the Georgia-Tennessee border - two battles marked by ferocity, genius, courage, ast onishing ineptitude, and outrageous fortune that changed the course of the War Between the States." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor soiling to top corner of textblock, very minor edge wear. V e r y G o o d + 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
CHATTANOOGA - A DEATH GRIP ON THE CONFEDERACY., McDonough, James Lee.
4 McDonough, James Lee. CHATTANOOGA - A DEATH GRIP ON THE CONFEDERACY.
Knoxville University of Tennessee Press 1984 0870494252 / 9780870494253 Hard Cover Very Good Very Good+ 
298 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H). B&w photographs, reproductions, maps/battle plans. "In the wake of the bloodshed at Chickamauga, the struggle for Chattanooga became a decisive engagement of the Civil War. McDonough reconstructs the siege and battles as they appeared to both Rebels and Yankees, giving the reader a front-row seat at one of the major dramas in American history. The tale culminates in the complex bid for Missionary Ridge, which ended with the collapse of the Confederate line at its center. Reversing their situation in one final, dramatic hour, Union forces emerged victorious. The Rebels forfeited the advantage offered by the triumph of Chickamauga and now found the tables turned. With Chattanooga in their grasp, the Federals stood in a position to carry the fight deep into the South. The river and railroads both made the city important as a natural passageway that provided the Union with a staging base for military operations. The Rebels, on the other hand, found their railway communications crippled. The Confederacy had earlier been split along the Mississippi River; now it was to be severed by a second line that passed from Nashville to Atlanta via Chattanooga." Very light edge wear, small bump at top edge of front board, minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 


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