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1 LAURIAT, Charles E., Jr. Lusitania's Last Voyage. 1st pr., no dj
Houghton Mifflin, 1915, 
LAURIAT, Charles E., Jr. The Lusitania's Last Voyage : Being a Narrative ofthe Torpedoing and Sinking of the R.M.S. Lusitania by a German Submarine o ff the Irish Coast May 7, 1915. With Illustrations. Bos./N.Y.: Houghton Mifflin Co., (October), 1915. First Printing. Pp (7),vi-vii,(3),3-[159],(3), frontispiece + [3] leaves plates. 8vo, decorated black cloth. Anderson 758. "Mr. Lauriat was one of the passengers aboard the ill-fated Lusitania, whenshe was torpedoed by a German submarine. By his courage and coolness he co ntrived to save not only his own life but the lives of a number of other passengers as well. ...As a graphic, thrilling, and comprehensive narrative of one of the most dramatic episodes of the present war, this account by an eye-witness will hold the attention from beginning to end, while as a precise and permanent history of a great disaster, it is well worth a place in every library." -from the dj. [not with copy.] Two pages browned from newspaper clippings laid in, else vg tight copy. 175.00

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2 LAURIAT, Charles E., Jr Lusitania's Last Voyage. 3rd US pr in dj.
1915, 
LAURIAT, Charles E., Jr. The Lusitania's Last Voyage : Being a Narrative ofthe Torpedoing and Sinking of the R.M.S. Lusitania by a German Submarine o ff the Irish Coast May 7, 1915. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, (1915). ["Third Impression" rubber-stamped diagonally across the front panel of the dust-jacket]. Pp (7),vi-vii,(3),3-[159],(3), frontispiece + [3] leaves plates. 8vo,decorated black cloth. Anderson 758. "Mr. Lauriat was one of the passenger s aboard the ill-fated Lusitania, when she was torpedoed by a German submarine. By his courage and coolness he contrived to save not only his own lifebut the lives of a number of other passengers as well. ...As a graphic, th rilling, and comprehensive narrative of one of the most dramatic episodes of the present war, this account by an eye-witness will hold the attention from beginning to end, while as a precise and permanent history of a great disaster, it is well worth a place in every library." -from the dj. Very slight shelfwear, slight sunning to spine ends, else vg in chipped, tape-repaired dj. Scarce in dj. 275.00

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