Five Tragic Hours: The Battle of Franklin. James L. McDonough, Thomas L. Connelly.

Five Tragic Hours: The Battle of Franklin

University of Tennessee Press, October 1983. First Edition. Cloth. Used - Very Good / Very Good. Item #255735
ISBN: 0870493965



Octavo. In dustjacket. Carmine colored cloth. Black and gold lettering on spine. First U.S. edition. Clean, unmarked interiors. No underlining. No notes. Signed by both authors, McDonough and Connelly on front free end page. James Lee McDonough also inscribed his signature 'For George Joseph, with best regards'. The previous collector/owner of this title suggests that 'George Joseph' might be billionaire, founder of, California based insurance company, Mercury General Corporation. Other than making loads of money off the insurance payments of loads of his fellow humans, Joseph is most remembered for being 'active in the opposition to California Proposition 103', which required carriers to roll back insurance rates 20%. His opposition to Proposition 103 would be a dubious claim to fame, if this George Joseph is that George Joseph. 217 pages.

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