Richmond: Old Dominion Press, 1921-1924. Hard Cover. Very Good binding. Item #6990
Octavo. , vi, , 108; , 109-226; , 227-342; , 343-520 pp., frontis, plates, maps. First edition. All four issues bound together in brown buckram, original front wrappers bound in at the rear; printed paper title label on the spine. Some rubbing to the spine label, otherwise a fairly fresh copy of this set of bulletins; largely a clean copy.
Illustrated throughout with portraits, photographs, maps and plans (some folding), facsimiles. An abundance of information in articles ranging from the county's origin through the Civil War. Histories, records, genealogies, and sketches including a lengthy article of General Turner Ashby and his Ancestry, a sketch of John Marshall's father, Thomas Marshall, and Katherine Isham Keith's "The Record of the Black Horse Troop," and much more. This copy from the Hunton family library and though without indication beyond his distinctive handwriting, belonged to Eppa Hunton IV, the grandson of Confederate Generals Eppa Hunton and William H. Payne. Hunton IV's pencil marginalia scattered throughout. Cappon 4558; Haynes S5945.