New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1917,
First Edition. octavo, maroon cloth stamped in gilt on front cover and spine. T.e.g. (148)pp. G.P. Putnam's Sons, Item #30215
A short memoir of Starr's two years of service taken from his letters and diary. A member of the American Ambulance Service in 1914, Starr was transferred to No. 25 Squadron RNAS Armored Motor Car Division serving on the Western Front in 1915. He later served with No. 10 Squadron RNAS in Gallipoli after which he was commissioned with the Coldstream Guards in 1916. He was killed in combat on September 15, 1916. Tipped to the front endpaper is an example of Dr. Louis Starr's "memoriam" calling card with an inscription to Mr. Edward S. Martin. Very minor wear to cloth at top and bottom of spine, Light foxing to preliminary pages and a touch of foxing to edges of text block. A solid copy.