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GEORGE S. PATTON

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GENERAL GEORGE S. PATTON JR.’S PERSONAL COPY OF OCEAN RACING, TWICE SIGNED BY HIM

(PATTON, Jr., George S.) LOOMIS, Alfred F. Ocean Racing. New York, 1936.

First edition of this classic work on ocean racing, signed in ink on the front board by General Patton and boldly signed and dated by him ("June 27 1936") on the front free endpaper. $8800.

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GENERAL GEORGE S. PATTON JR.'S PERSONAL COPY OF ALLENBY OF ARMAGEDDON, BOLDLY SIGNED BY HIM

(PATTON, George S.) SAVAGE, Raymond. Allenby of Armageddon. Indianapolis, 1926.

First edition of this biography of Field-Marshal Allenby—this memorable association copy belonging to General George S. Patton Jr., boldly signed and dated by him in pencil on the front free endpaper, "Geo. S. Patton, 1926." $5500.

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"LOOKING FORWARD TO GETTING HOME, WHERE THE SUN SHINES AND THERE'S NO DRILL OR QUILL": LENGTHY PATTON AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED: A 21-YEAR-OLD CADET WRITES TO HIS MOTHER FROM WEST POINT, 1907

PATTON, George S. Autograph letter signed. West Point, New York, Sunday, May 26, 1907.

Lengthy autograph letter signed by 21-year-old West Point cadet George Patton to his mother, discussing rumors regarding the upcoming graduation plans, an upcoming track meet, separate visits from family friends Virginia and Hammond Johnson, and his desire to return home to California "where the sun shines and there's no drill or quill." $3500.

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