Z4383 Rare Services at the Dedication of the National Sailor's Home in Quincy, Massachusetts (1866)
Description: Very rare booklet consisting of 26 pages pertaining to the services at the dedication of the National Sailor's Home in Quincy, Massachusetts on August 1, 1866. This booklet was owned by a Sarah E. Hooper and was published by J.H. Eastburn's Press in Boston, Massachusetts in 1866. The National Sailor's Home was erected in 1866 for the purpose of providing a home for Sailors, Marines, and others employed in the Naval Service of the United States. It housed those disabled by sickness and old age. The booklet is in good shape for its age. There is some wear to the spine and corners and the name of Sarah E. Hooper is written in ink on page three.
Measures: 5.75" x 9.75
Disclaimer for Antique Firearms and Ammunition:
strongly recommends that these artifacts be enjoyed and appreciated for their
historical significance and not ever fired. By ordering you are acknowledging
these facts, warnings and assume full responsibility for your personal actions
with regard to them.
We DO NOT sell modern guns, all our inventory will be Pre-1898 and are classified by the ATF as antiques and require no government paperwork to own.
All ammunition is sold as "Collectable/Display Ammunition" and is NOT meant to be fired. By ordering you are acknowledging these facts, warnings and assume full responsibility for your personal actions with regard to them.
Thanks for Visiting!
American Civil War Relics & Military Antiques