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1 King, Charles A WOUNDED NAME
New York City: The Hobart Company, (1901). Early printing. In red cloth with black-and-white-on-red relief illustration to the front cover, white lettering, black rules to cover and spine. Hardcover. Dots of stains to top edge, dated gift inscription (1904) to endpaper, foxing to page edges and endpapers, fading to spine letters, else very good plus; in the scarce printed dust jacket, which shows tanning, edgewear, nicking, small chip to spine tail. 
Military yarn from the veteran soldier/historian/novelist, who was among the very few officers to serve in all the U.S. military efforts from the Civil War to WWI. The cloth, binding illustration and jacket are unusually fresh in this copy. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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2 (King, Charles). Russell, Don CAMPAIGNING WIITH KING: Charles King, Chronicler of the Old Army
Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, (1991). 0803238770 / 9780803238770 First edition. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. 187 pages; notes, bibliography of Charles King's books, and an index. Illustrations include photos and facsimiles. 
Edited by Paul L. Hedren. A long overdue study of the literary and military careers of Captain Charles King (1844-1933) who served seventy years in America's military forces and was decorated for fighting in five wars. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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3 Zany, King pseudonym of Charles Dill CAROL'S FROM CACTUS-LAND
Pearblossom, California: Self-published, 1938. First edition. Flexible hardcover. This copy has been forgotten in a closet for many decades and is fine and quite fresh. 
Nineteen brown handmade paper leaves with poems and illustrations printed in red; bound with-in tan covers made from Joshua wood and hand-stamped with titles and a cactus illustration in dark brown; brown leather ties. A handmade book of poems and rust-colored vignettes by the silent film actor/poet Charles Dill, as King Zany. From 1918 through 1929 Charles Dill appeared in shorts and in silent films as King Zany with many of the stars of the era, including Fatty Arbuckle, Mary Astor, Louise Brooks, Hoot Gibson, and others. " After a horse-riding accident, King Zany became an invalid and spent his last years in Pearblossom, California, where he dedicated himself to writing poetry."--IMDB. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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