Camp Travis San Antonio Texas World War I Book 1919

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  • Item Category: Militaria & Weapons
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: May 08,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
Camp Travis and Its Part in the World War , published by EB Johns, New York City, 1919. Heavily illustrated book detailing the goings-on at Camp Travis in San Antonio, Texas. Camp Travis was a major training point for the US Army during WWI. Every aspect of camp life is covered, with photos of the various companies/detachments/divisions/battalions/etc. T's a dust jacket printed saying it's a souvenir of a 1928 American Legion Convention held in San Antonio--this is not a mismatched cover, as I've seen this cover on other copies of this book I've come across--apparently t were some old copies of the book that were distributed at the convention--the back of the cover states that "Through the Efforts of the American Legion the Price of This Book Has Been reduced from $3.50 to $2.00". It's hardcover, about 9x12", 336 glossy pages; the interior is in very good condition with no marks, stains, folds, tears, dog-ears, etc.; the cover and dust jacket show very light shelf wear. A very nice copy of an unusual book. Buyer pays $4.75 shipping in the US, insurance extra at cost. I accept payment from winning bidders in the United States and Canada only. I accept Paypal, checks and money orders (Paypal and MO payments will be shipped immediately upon receipt; checks will be held until cleared) Texas residents pay 8 1/4% sales tax (complain to your legislator, not to me). I will contact the winning bidder within 24 hours after the auction's end or you may use the "checkout" feature. Unless arrangements are made before the close of the auction I request that the winning bidder reply within three days. If responding to my email communication is something you're unwilling to do please do not bid. Payment is expected within ten days. If payment is not received within 14 days negative feedback will be left. Please feel free to email with any questions. Thanks for looking.

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