New York: Macmillan Company, 1936. First Edition. First Printing. Black & white plates. Original cloth. Octavo. [xvi], 217 pages. Fine in near fine dust jacket. Endpapers have a bit of browning along hinges. Titles on spine and upper board are clear and sharp, hinges sound. Jacket has a few spots of minor extremity rubbing.
A history of the adventures of Gen. George Washington's Aides and secretaries through the Revolutionary War, from which emerges a delightfully human picture of Washington himself. Much of the information comes from diaries and unpublished letters of the Aides themselves, along with material tucked away in publications of historical societies, etc. Scarce in dust jacket.