Green Bay, Wisconsin: Historical Resources Press 1994. First Edition. 191,  pages. Publisher's grey cloth with red stamped titles. Grey pictorial dust jacket. One of a limited edition of 1000 copies, of which this is copy 400, SIGNED by the author on the limitation page. Bright and clean internally, the dust jacket has some rubbing and scuffing to the high points and a touch of spotting to the page edges. A sound working copy. Near Fine / Good. Boards. 
George S. Cook was a photographer in the civil war, and this book yields insights into his life, and his photography. "He was one of the few who exercised his craft in the face of histile fire. Initially his daring was highly publicized, but, in later years historians were oblivious to much of his work."
"Text in this fascinating work is comprehensive and thoroughly researched, yet flows with a graceful, highly readable style. Representative photos demonstrate Cook's mastery of his craft. Cook's diary is an intriguing primary document. Recipes included. Readers of diverse interest should make this book a welcomed edition to their library. -- The Civil War Courier"