Scribner's Magazine Volume XXV January - June: The Rough Riders, complete

[ROOSEVELT, Theodore.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1899. Illustrated.
First printing of the story. 768 pp.
Quarto, bound in tan glazed buckram decoratively stamped and lettered in gilt, top edges gilt. Front spine channels with some wear to cloth (hinges fine), slightly dust soiled, name in ink on front free endpaper, else fine. With the noted collector Myles Standish Slocum's bookplate.

This was the first publication of ""The Rough Riders"" by Roosevelt, and it is complete in the six issues,
Roosevelt's own account of raising the famous regiment to fight in the Spanish–American war and the unit's subsequent adventures in Cuba, including its stirring charge up San Juan Hill. A heterogeneous mixture of college boys and cowboys, policemen and clergymen, hunters and Indians, socialites and athletes, the Rough Riders became the most widely publicized single regiment in American history.

Price: $150.00
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