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“For Distinguished Gallantry”
Artist Dale Gallon
For Distinguished Gallantry
Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Prints
Image size 16" x 22"; overall size 27" x 22 ½"
$80 (includes shipping | any sales tax applied at checkout)

Commissioned by Norwich University, this oil on canvas depicts Trevilian Station, Virginia, on the evening of June 12, 1864. 1st Lieut. Edward B. Williston, Norwich University Class of 1856 and Commander of Battery D, 2nd U.S. Artillery, moves a 12 lb. Napoleon Cannon forward onto the skirmish line of the 2nd U.S. Cavalry to repel a confederate ground assault. Lt. Williston was awarded the Medal of Honor for his display of distinguished gallantry.

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“Clubs are Trumps”
Artist Dale Gallon
Clubs are Trumps
Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Prints
Image size 16" x 22"; overall size 27" x 22 ½"
$80 (includes shipping | any sales tax applied at checkout)

Featured in this oil on canvas, commissioned by Norwich University, is the battle that won Maj. Edmund Rice, 19th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment and a graduate of the Norwich Class of 1860, the Congressional Medal of Honor in the repulse of Pickett’s Charge. Depicted is the "Clump of Trees" on Cemetery Ridge in Gettysburg, July 3, 1863, where severely wounded Major Rice leads the charge of his regiment to meet the 14th Virginia Regiment commanded by Col. James G. Hodges, who attended Capt. Alden Partridge's satellite school in Portsmouth, Virginia. Also portrayed in the scene is Lt. John B. Thompson, NU Class of 1861. 

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“Achieve Distinction”
Artist David Cook
Achieve Distinction
18" x 24" print
$35 for one print  |  This print only: buy one, get one ½ off! $50 for two prints

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This oil on canvas was painted by the father of a Norwich University alumnus from a combination of two photographs by Durwood Mark Collier, the Norwich University staff photographer. The painting presents the Norwich University Color Guard in front of Jackman Hall during spring or summer (the leaves do not appear to have turned with the fall season). The cadets all wear gray pants, white short-sleeve shirt, and white cover with the two flanking cadets bearing a saber on their right shoulders. The cadets in the center bear the following flags from left to right: United States, State of Vermont, U.S. Army, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Navy, U.S. Force, U.S. Coast Guard, and Norwich University. The painting is finely detailed including the presentation of the Jackman Hall clock being set to a few minutes before noon. 

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Jackman Hall
Photo by Gillian Randall

Jackman Photo Notecard
Set of 8 notecards and envelopes
$17.00 (includes shipping | any sales tax applied at checkout)

Blank notecards bearing a color image of Jackman Hall in summer foliage. 

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White Memorial Chapel
Photo by Gillian Randall
White Chapel Photo Notecard
Set of 8 notecards and envelopes
$17.00 (includes shipping | any sales tax applied at checkout)

Blank notecards bearing a color image of White Memorial Chapel in summer foliage.

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Woodcuts from the 1930 War Whoop
From the Collection Notecards

Set of 6 assorted notecards and envelopes
$10.00 (includes shipping | any sales tax applied at checkout)

Woodcut prints of buildings on campus including Jackman 1866, Dodge 1892, Dewey 1899, Carnegie 1907, Alumni 1905, The Armory 1928. 

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“From the Collection”
From the Collection Notecards
Set of 12 assorted notecards and envelopes
$20.00 (includes shipping | any sales tax applied at checkout)

Includes two cards each of the following:
William Brenton Boggs, NU 1828, watercolors: Lord Howes Island, Distant 30 miles 1854; Landscape with Mountain and Lake (no date); Young Plantain, Canton, 1854; Views from a Terrace (Governor’s Palace) China, 1854
Julian Parisen oils on canvas: Cadet, 1826, and Young Lady with Flowers, 1827. 

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Rare and Out-of-Print Books About Norwich University Alumni  
 

By the Blood of AlumniBy the Blood of our Alumni: Norwich University Citizen Soldiers
Robert G. Poirier

$35.00 (includes shipping | any sales tax applied at checkout)

The nation's oldest private military academy, Norwich was second only to West Point in producing officers for the Northern war effort during the Civil War. This account of Norwich graduates at war is supplemented by comparative casualty analyses and cross-referenced listing of alumni.

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Combat CommanderCombat Commander: Autobiography of a Soldier
Major General E. N. Harmon, USA (Ret.) with Milton MacKaye and William Ross MacKaye

$41.00 (includes shipping | any sales tax applied at checkout)

Major General E.N. Harmon, USA (Ret.) was commissioned in 1917 and assigned to Fort Ethan Allen. There he assumed command of Troop F, remaining with it through WW1. In WW2 he was commander of two famed armored divisions and played major role in the following battles: Tunis, Bizerte, Cassino, Anzio, and the Battle of the Bulge.

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Hope is Not a Method: What Business Leaders Can Learn from America's Army
Book by Gordon R. Sullivan and Michael V. Harper
Hope is Not a Method Paperback   Hope is Not a Method Hardback
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$20.00 — hardback (right; includes shipping | any sales tax applied at checkout)

In a time when the world's great businesses—from IBM and General Motors to Wal-Mart and Microsoft—are struggling with the challenge of change, a surprising source of powerful leadership ideas has emerged: the new U.S. Army.

A global powerhouse with nearly 1.5 million employees, an annual budget of $6.3 billion, and strategic alliances in every major nation, the Army is one of the world's vastest, most complex organizations. Remarkably, since the end of the Cold War, the Army has been transformed more thoroughly—and more successfully—than any business. It has retooled for the Information Age, tackled and mastered a bewildering array of new missions, and moved to shed decades-old bureaucratic methods - all while dramatically downsizing.

In Hope Is Not a Method, General Gordon R. Sullivan, the Army Chief of Staff who led the transformation, and Colonel Michael V. Harper, one of his key strategic planners and thinkers, provide businesspeople with the practical lessons of their experience.

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