Title: The History of Fort Walla Walla: The Bi-Weekly Eye-Glass
Author: Charles F. Smith
Description: Comb-bound in stiff card covers. The top tooth of the comb-binding is missing and the next two teeth are cracked. Covers show some scuffs and rubbing; crease on rear cover. Interior is clean. Prefaced by a map of Fort Walla Walla and six pages of photographs from around the 1890's. 520 pp. 11 x 9 inches.
An almost compete collection of issues of the "Eye Glass," a bi-weekly newspaper published for the soldiers of Fort Walla Walla and their families. These were written by Charles F. Smith, the editor of the Eye Glass. They were rather brief, each issue consisting of a handful of pages. The collection begins with Vol. 1, No. 1 (Feb 7, 1891) and goes up through Vol. 6, No. 2 (Mar 22, 1896). The originals were acquired at an estate sale and are photocopy reproduced here for historical reference. Six issues are missing and it is unknown if there were any more issues published after March 1896.
Fort Walla Walla was operated by the United States Army between 1856 and 1910 and is located in Walla Walla, Washington.
Binding: Plastic Comb Binding Soft Cover
Condition: Very Good–
Publisher: [Louis Ruzicka]
Place: Walla Walla, WA
Keywords: Walla Walla, Washington state, newspapers, history,
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