J.E.B. Stuart is Theodore Garnett’s eulogistic address on Stuart delivered at the unveiling of an equestrian statue of him in Richmond on May 30, 1907.
This is a scarce and desirable publication of The Neale Publishing Company, and imprint that produced some of the most influential writings about the Confederacy during the heyday of Civil War writing. Robert Krick cataloged Neale imprints with his 1977 catalog Neale Books: An Annotated Bibliography.
Collecting Neale titles is one of the best strategies for assembling a classic Civil War library.
Lightly soiled boards & worn edges; very light foxing of end pages; else very good, with top edge gilt. Preserved in an attractive clamshell box.
Garnett, Theodore S. J.E.B. STUART (MAJOR GENERAL) COMMANDER OF THE CAVALRY CORPS, ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA, C.S. AN ADDRESS DELIVERED AT THE UNVEILING OF THE EQUESTRIAN STATUE OF GENERAL STUART, AT RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, MAY 30, 1907. New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Company, 1907. 1st edition, 61p., frontispiece, (Krick #157).