A book for General Lee [manuscript], 1980.


Johnston, George Burke, 1907-1995. A book for General Lee [manuscript], 1980.

A book for General Lee [manuscript], 1980.

Typescript essay concerning Professor George Long's translation, "Thoughts of the Emperor M. Aurelius Antoninus," published in Great Britain with a dedication to Robert E. Lee, and published in the United States without Long's authorization and with an unauthorized dedication to Ralph Waldo Emerson substituted for Long's dedication to Lee.

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