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New York: Simon and Schuster, 1940. 597, illus., index, discolor ins bds & flylves, pp. 43-60 torn out, bds scuffed & discolored, small tears at spine, bd corners worn ink name and date inside front flyleaf. Introduction by Sinclair Lewis. There are three index references to the Spanish-American War (pp. xxiv, 61, and 64).
Washington, DC: GPO, 1962. 26 cm, 266, illus., footnotes, index, few library markings, small rough spot and hole in front endpaper, boards somewhat worn and soiled Foreword by Admiral Harry E. Yarnell. Introduction by Rear Admiral Ernest McNeill Eller. Richard Wainwright (1849-1926) was an officer in the U.S. Navy during the Spanish-American War. He was one of the group of capable naval officers who brought forward new and sounder ideas on how to organize and employ a U.S. Fleet, and was directly responsible for the establishment of such a fleet in 1902. This book contains much material on Wainwright's relationship with Theodore Roosevelt when Roosevelt was Assistant Secretary of the Navy and later when Roosevelt was President.