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Good: A book that has been read but is in good condition. Very minimal damage to the cover including scuff ... Read moreabout the condition
Subject:

Military & War

Month:

January

Publication Name:

Confederate Veteran

Year Published:

1932

Issue Type:

Monthly

Language:

English

11 Issues of Confederate Veteran Magazine. 1932, Last Year of Publication. Originals.  11 issues Complete(January-December 1932(September-October is one issue).  Most issues are in very good condition, some soiling, some bumped corners, a few pencil remarks from an old veteran, Loose covers on Dec issue.

Only photographed one issue.

Confederate Veteran Magazine-Vol. XL, No. 1. January 1932. Complete and original issue, not a reprint. These magazines were edited by S.A. Cunningham and published in 40 Volumes, issued monthly from 1892 to 1932.   This issue is the beginning of the end.  1932 was the last year the original Confederate Magazine was published.  Front cover has picture of RE Lee at the height of his fame in 1863.  Leading articles in this number include the veteran’s haven, Stonewall Jackson(Poem), the Fifty-Nine MacRaes in Gray, the cause was not entirely lost, foreign relations of the Confederacy, the Author of Dixie, Lincoln’s inconsistencies, hazardous trip in war days, Songs of the days of war, The Last Roll with a picture of Gen. P. R. Young(UCV), and Gen John T. Pearce(UCV), and obits of Robert Rembert, Capt TA Roberts, John Abner Tetts, Gen Robert Crouch, UCV, Bird Smith, John Wesley Linton and much more.   Confederate Veteran Magazine-Vol. XL, No 2, February 1932. Complete and original issue, not a reprint. This is the last year of the original Confederate Veteran Magazines.      Front cover has  a picture  of a portrait of Mary, the Mother of Washington.  Leading articles in this number include the Washington Bicentennial, Where Lincoln stood, London’s two minute silence, Mary Day Lanier—a Tribute, the flag of Truce Boats, Conf Monument at Cape Girardeau, Missouri, A Cherokee Confederate, Secret Service work, Capt BF Eddins—a tribute, Battle above the clouds a war myth, Washington Portraits, foreign relations of the Confederacy, the Southern Literary Messenger, at the fall of Selma, Alabama, General Wade Hampton,
and much, much more. Great Issue. Completely guaranteed.    CONFEDERATE VETERAN MAGAZINE. Vol XL, No. 3.  MARCH, 1932. Complete and Original Issue, not a reprint.      The end is near.   The front cover has a picture of the Washington Monument.  Leading articles in this number include: the first overt act and the first overt act of the sixties, the National Park at Vicksburg, Courtesy in war, Alexander Hamilton Stephens, Where Patriots rest( the old cemetery in Austin, Texas), Recollections and reflections, Mosby’s Rangers, Battles fought on Maryland soil, slave life in the South, The Last Roll with obituaries of Commander Charles Francis Sevier, Miss Nannie Maria Sevier, Capt John H Hatfield, Hon Scott Field, Gen John N Johnson, UCV, Rev John Harbour, Samuel Handley, James D Tillman, Gen ER Oldham, UCV, Capt George W Blair, Charles E Edmondson  and much, much more.     CONFEDERATE VETERAN MAGAZINE-VOL XL, No. 4, April 1932.   Complete and Original Issue. Not a Copy.       These magazines are filled with wonderful original articles written in the first person by Confederate veterans in the years after the war. Great source of Southern history! Cover has a picture titled Appomattox with a dejected soldier, I guess he knows the end of the magazine is coming.   Leading articles include: Richmond Echoes with a picture of “an air view of the Battle Field park area about Richmond, Virginia showing connecting highways,  Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the First Overt Act, Virginia’s Ordinance of Secession, Warning against unfair textbooks, UDC assault on Muzzey’s history, in Reconstruction days, picture of Gen William Wall, UCV fought with the Little Fork Rangers, 4th Virginia Cavalry, Boyhood homes of George Washington with picture of Wakefield and Mount Vernon, the story of a Conf Flag, Old Gardens of Natchez, no furlough for the Rangers, Southern Newpapers of the War Period, an act of mercy, Youngest Conf Courier, The Last Roll with obituaries of Augustus Herpin, John Dixon, Ben Harvin, Edward Brush, JC Alcorn, TW Fitzpatrick, jerry Baker, John McBride, Henry Kibbee, John Phillips, Alonzo Lindsey,  and much, much more. CONFEDERATE VETERAN MAGAZINE. Vol XL, No. 5.  MAY 1932. Complete and Original Issue, not a reprint.    The front cover has a picture of the Lee Monument in Richmond, Virginia. Leading articles in this number include: Calhoun’s Foresight with a picture of the statue of John Smith at Jamestown, Virginia, The Veteran arouses memories, A letter and what became of it, Humor in Soldier life,  Flag of the Catawba Rangers, in the Junior Reserves, Surgeons of the Confederacy, a drawing of the Washington Monument in Richmond, Virginia,  JEB Stuart—fighting man, Defense of the South Anna River, The protest of New Jersey, the Lint Brigade, Mrs. Greenhow, Confederate Spy, The Last Roll with obituaries of Capt John Thorpe with picture, Capt BF Weathers, WG Looney, FG Jamison, James Stubbs, Calvin Montgomery, and much, much more.     CONFEDERATE VETERAN MAGAZINE-VOL XL, NO 8, August 1932.   Complete and Original Issue. Not a Copy.      Cover has a picture of Gen Homes Atkinson, UCV, Petersburg, Virginia.   Leading articles include The Battle Flag of the Confederacy, Andrew Jackson and Abraham Lincoln, Battle of Hanging Rock, A Woman of the Sixties(Sally Sizemore), Why War between the States, Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus Lamar, A Southern Girl’s Diary, the Signal and Secret Service of the Conf States, The Last Roll with obituaries of John Eaves, Thomas Eaton, Gen George Hall, UCV, Rev WAL Jett, Ferdinand Riebe, Martin Padgett, William Perry, Aram Plunkett, Oklahoma Veterans, RC Collins,  and much, much more.  Confederate Veteran Magazine-June 1932, Vol XL, No 6.    The front cover has a picture from a painting of the burning of Richmond, Virginia, April 2, 1865.  Leading articles in this number include: Gen Forrest not Illiterate, Gen Jo Lane Stern in Memoriam, Held as a Spy, Not a Commissioned Officer, Another Lee Biography, Hereditary Vision, the first Secession meeting, the South Justified in Secession, Heyday of King Cotton, the South and Education, the Founders of Sigma Chi, Gamaliel Bradford—a Friend, The Last Roll and a request for survivors of the Battle of Monocacy to attend a celebration at the Monocacy park if any are still alive on July 9, 1932 and much.  Confederate Veteran Magazine-July 1932. Front cover has a picture of the Fort Fisher Memorial. Articles include: The Boys of Ninety and Over, Capt W. W. Carnes—In Memoriam, Memorial to Gen. E.M. Law, First State Flag of Alabama, Fort Fisher, The South and Education, University of Virginia Companies, Col Hugh King, Capital and Secession, The Battle of Perryville, A Southern Girl’s Diary, The Last Roll with Obits of Col. N.B. Deatherage, Dr. Edward Perrin, Gen. William N. Porter, Lt. John S. Russell(Picture of Russell with John S. Mosby), Robert Wiley, A.A. Nates and James E. Kern and much, much more.  Confederate Veteran Magazine-August 1932, Vol XL, No 8.  The front cover has a picture of Gen. Homer Atkinson, Petersburg, Virginia. Leading articles include: The Battle Flag of the Confederacy, The Reunion in Richmond, Snapshots from the Reunion, The Field of Appomattox, Andrew Jackson and Abraham Lincoln, Battle of Hanging Rock, A Woman of the Sixties, Why “War Between the States”, Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus Lamar, The Signal and Secret Service of the Confederate States.     The Last Roll with obits of John Eaves, Brig. Gen. George H. Hall with Photo, Rev. Dr. W.A.L. Jett, Ferdinand Riebe, William Owen Perry, Martin Padgett, Aram Marion Plunkett, John Milton Bivin, Robert Taylor Rash, Sterling Berry, R.C. Collings and much, much more.        

Confederate Veteran Magazine-September/October 1932, Vol XL, No 9-10. These Civil War magazines were edited by S.A. Cunningham and published in 40 Volumes, issued monthly from 1892 to 1932.  The end is near.  1932 was the last year the original Confederate Magazine was published. This issue is third from last. The front cover has the famous picture of Gen Lee sitting with many famous leaders(both Confederate and Union) to include: Connor, Geary, Magruder, Lilley, Beauregard, Lew Wallace, Henry Wise, Brent, Bey, Peabody, Corcoran and James Lyons.  Leading articles in this number include: in old Alexandria, Virginia, speech by Douglas Southall Freeman, Col Oswald Tilghman of Maryland with picture in mature manhood, though to be Ku-Klux, Surgeons of the Confederacy with a picture of Dr. WM Gentry in uniform and a picture of his wife, the signal and secret service of the Confederate States, a brave Missouri boy, the soldier’s boy ghost(a true story), pictures of Lafayette with no pictures, some data from the 1840 census on slaves, free blacks and whites, and more,   The Last Roll and much, much more.  Some pencil marks at top of cover. Confederate Veteran Magazine-December 1932, Vol XL, No 12.    The front cover has a picture of Robert E. Lee on Traveller(very famous picture).  Leading articles in this number include:  The Great Seal of the Confederacy, The Fort Sumter Memorial, The Old South—with special regard to its Statesmen, Secession of the Cotton States, Famous War Horses, Sidney Lanier, Poet, Musician, Soldier of the Confederacy, the Boy Hero of Tennessee(Sam Davis) with picture of his statue, A Missouri Boy’s experience,   The Last Roll with obits of Henry Holmes, Augustus Fothard, John Cruse, GB Owen, JohnTatham, FL Knight, Cyril Willoughby, Charles Brown, Col CJ Walden, John Minnich, James Parker, Capt WTB South,  and much more. Front and rear covers loose but present.

Seller is not responsible for any Package lost or damaged once it enters the post office system. Insurance for all orders is available for an additional charge. Please inquire.

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