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The army alphabet

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Title:
The army alphabet
Creator:
Baum, L. Frank ( Lyman Frank ), 1856-1919
Kennedy, Harry Otis ( Illustrator )
Costello, Charles
George M. Hill Company ( Publisher )
Donor:
Egolf, Robert
Place of Publication:
Chicago ;
New York
Publisher:
Geo. M. Hill Company, publishers
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
[30] leaves : col ill. ; 32 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Alphabet rhymes -- Juvenile literature ( lcsh )
Armies -- Juvenile literature ( lcsh )
Alphabet books -- 1900 ( rbgenr )
Dust jackets (Binding) -- 1900 ( rbbin )
Bldn -- 1900
Genre:
Alphabet books ( rbgenr )
Dust jackets ( rbbin )
non-fiction ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Illinois -- Chicago
United States -- New York -- New York
Target Audience:
juvenile ( marctarget )

Notes

General Note:
"This book was illumined and hand lettered by Charles J. Costello"--Leaf [30].
General Note:
Title page illustrated in colors.
General Note:
Baldwin Library copy 2 donated by Robert Egolf.
Statement of Responsibility:
verse by L. Frank Baum ; pictures by Harry Kennedy.

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Resource Identifier:
022749407 ( ALEPH )
22754149 ( OCLC )
AHJ0533 ( NOTIS )
33000284 ( LCCN )

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K this land of the Free.





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No power can hin withstand.
The way he rushes on the foe
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Ale carries in his hand.














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Cae Od

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a —_ —— 2 Senn ae Sa re es ee ~ : r
SER TS = : x Seon ase OE ED ER PEERS LAR Te ee ae a cose ate Pa . ens : aaeet " er ee eae








THE ARMY
ALPHABET
LP reAne pAuM

PICTURES BY |
HARRY KENNEDY



CHICAGO NEW YORK

GEO.M .HILL COMPANY
PUBLISHERS __


















Nera
Sxeh tH

2;

a
ms

Ssh

Bet wits hee iy 1gaN
.

3

sss



SS
SST




represents the sreadt,
he safeguard of our Nation.
hene’er our Country goes to war}
t fights with desperation; |
nd when we do not cdre to fisht
t forees arbitration.


jad
ios
Ca
oS
=
ai

11S use

hen
at the foe



ight, \

guite

1S

inted
nstant fl
ked

l

is po
Is h

T
l

e

1S pric

full of holes
ich spo

“Or W
ie takes to

Orelse

Wh






represents the tin
water - bottle guadint.
cheers the worn and
- weary, and
he wounded,when they faint.
hen soldiers have their canteens full
hey seldon make complaint.






PONY eas
Pea

ithe: Ett
:

ead ue


2,
9

€

OVS
i
Ss

ithskill

B
â„¢,

ER-

re young and frolicsome
drum

heboys w
he ae
in better t

t

rs march

ors drill t
ind the

ay
nd roll

Beh

=
Re
a
=
=

represe
They’
an

To beat a

And soldie

o a
5

Orr,
: ©
ES
VOM aS
= D oF
“02 64
@aPO0¢E
OE reo
a ee
v Oo
BoD EPs
0p Moe
SL) ee
SOG E,
ren
SH S5SE
ao-U,y,o
Ga AR
D 3H
bos O45
>




represents
the starry
LAG
For which our
soldiers fight. |
When on the battle-}
‘field it waves
Itis a glorious
sight,
And every one who
sees it Knows
Our cause
is surely

right.




represents the GENERAL
ho issues the connmand
To mareh into the
awful fray
Ard all repulse
withstand
Until the battle’s
fairly won
And Victory’s
at hand.










represents the HELMET worn
By brave artilleryren;
It shades their eyes
So they cdn see
| The foemen, now and then,
j|And pop a shot, well-dimed and hot,
| To, thin their ranks again.

SS






resents the INDIAN SCOUT
ployed to slyly creep
pon the army of the foe,
And at its movements peep.
He's full of cunning and of suile,
And harmless—when asleep.







W jrepresents the
e’s dlways in the van,
nd wires his paper all the news
ith truth— whene’er he can.
e’s very brave, and full of fun,
nd guite a useful man.

ke
z
=




too
1S
c

9

t with
ins

I

l

ler has to bear
and cupboard
Sreat cdre

8
@

or it contd
f-fdare

>
a

Spare wardro
nd oft his bill

nk
e pdeKs

tru
O

is his

deh sold

represents t
t
stands for the LIEUTENANT.
Edeh conpdany hds two.
The Captain orders ther dround|
And bullies therm :tis true; .
But they,in turn,can nag the men,
nd so of course they do.





represents the PIEDAL won

=



sy heroes brave and true;

“Tis pinned upon the
soldier’s breast

_ Por all the world to view-

A mark

ape Of Manly
e courdge,
few.














represents the Red Cross NURSE)
ier ndme dll soldiers bless ;
Mid shot and shell she bravely walks
With skill their wounds to dress.
Gentle alike to friend or foe—
All love and tenderness.






nindnd
but

€
9

l fellow
s slow.

rries the eo

l

he fo

to and fro
Is scolded
f he

nt

rge upo
usefu

ws
:
oe
Be
©

S
ftly ca

W)

resents
ho dashe
d

Wi
And s
To cha
He's guite


9

K

e
9

til

e

he
narched away
in un

RISONE
ity,

mdn is
and
i

d
pt
fight aga

is SEize

Into ea
not
ptor

1N\\

A luckless

For he

Fre
?
png
poo
2
S
w
w
Qo
pang
a
fo

sets h

And ean
7His ca


ne)
5
ar
3
0
ue
o
©
oO
©
pies
S
©
a

hing

: nes and clot

Things ds Soo

Kind to soldiers
is 1n the mood

1c]
h

nds for
is
nd medi

man
hen he

Std

@

nd
e’°S Very


represents theRIFLE grim
Which all the soldiers shoot.
When they dre nareching
on pdrade
The rifles voice is mute.
When war is rife,the rifle's strifé
Will make the cowards scoot. 4










lin wedrs
times of peace

ng SWORD

at every Capta

I

1K\

SCadres.

‘2
=
3S
HD &
e, O
Go
ae
ae
ay
"oO
Oo
pes
nw)

nts the glist'n
its sheath

eamin

IK

is
In war aloft
S
Is every foe he

represe

Th

oT
The gl
eS.
Sa
RAeras





Jrepresents the VNIFOR®A |
{So handsome and so gay,
That ew ry dashing
_ soldier wears
In his own jaunty
7io wonder ev’r
maidens
| eves
Vpon the
soldier







eRe
ea geey

ne
as
represents the VOLUNTEER,

In front you'll always |
find him,

Defending well his coutrys cause,
For every day reminds him

Of mother, home- and, oftentimes,

The girl








lies
ion

tT
lies.
tured

AIN
nmuni

R
the suppl
nda
arm
by the foe —
surprise

‘tls Cap
by

When taken

lz
is
a
=
Ra

hat carries

ines

6

Of food a
To where the

is
T
Sonet
represents the XALATIN
A trumpeter is he:

‘1e wakes the soldier in the norn
| With tuneful FE












: reveille, 2
| Or ealls

to arns. F. a
Or sourds oo
represents the
hat stands for Victory.
Jn ev'ry foe it works a spel
hich causes him to flee |
efore the might of those who dwell
K this land of the Free.


represents the fierce ZOVUAVE,
No power can hin withstand.
The way he rushes on the foe
Is wonderful and grand;
And,ev’ry time he fight s, his life
Ale carries in his hand.











irls,

women too,
or true.

Blue,
ny had

1X

nd
th love and reverence
S

1

en d
1on never ar
more brave

Ard wn
Willlook w

VUpon our Bo

For Nat
Of men

ON
oC
4
o
wn
5}
QO
3
v
5
aa
QW
S
3
| O
4
THIS BOOK WAS

AA
a0
da
ae
an
Z.
20
PZ
i¢
se

J
oO

CHARLES
COS TELL














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