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Philadelphia, PA: The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1978. First Edition [stated], presumed first printing. Hardcover. 24 cm. xiii, m 325,  pages. Endpaper map. List of Tables. List of Figures. Illustrations. Appendix 1: Sources and Techniques. Appendix 2: Tables. Selected Bibliography. Notes. Index. Dr. Hertzberg holds a Ph.D. degree from the University of Chicago where he specialized in American social and ethnic history. He has taught at Carleton College and the University of Minnesota. His articles have appeared in a variety of scholarly journals. He is a member of the Institute for Research in History.
Michael D. Hitt, 1984. Spiral bound wraps. , 34,  pages. Illustrated cover. Maps. Some Sideline Facts of Roswell's History. Footnotes. Bibliography. Picture credits. Cover has some wear, soiling, and sticker residue at rear. Michael Hitt's interest in history dates back to his early childhood. In high school, his teachers asked him to give lectures about the Civil War to the rest of the students, because of his obvious fascination with the subject. He also participated in Civil War re-enactments and living history programs with the National Park Service. After high school, Michael entered the Armed Forces, first serving with the first of the 15th Field Artillery, 2nd Infantry Division, in Korea. He was later stationed at Fort Hood, Texas, with the First Cavalry Division, during which time, he gave tours as an historical interpreter at the Cavalry Museum. Then he served in the signal corps and military police. Since 1984, Michael has published about numerous subjects of historical interest. Michael currently serves as historian for the Roswell Preservation Commission.
Novato, CA: Presidio Press, 1982. Hardcover. 434 pages. Appendices, bibliography, index, DJ somewhat soiled: small tears, small chips missing. Inscribed by author. Address sticker inside front flyleaf. At the time of her retirement, after 33 years in the service, General Holm was the highest ranking woman ever to serve in the U.S. armed forces. Major General Jeanne Marjorie Holm (June 23, 1921 – February 15, 2010) was the first female one-star general of the United States Air Force and the first female two-star general in any service branch of the United States. Holm was a driving force behind the expansion of women's roles in the Air Force. During World War II, Holm was assigned to the Women's Army Corps. At the end of the war, she commanded the 106th WAC Hospital Company. In October 1948, during the Berlin Blockade, Holm was recalled to active duty she served as assistant director of plans and operations for the 7200th Air Force Depot Wing, and later was War Plans Officer for the 85th Air Depot Wing, during the Berlin airlift and the early phases of the Korean War.