Holmes, Oliver Wendell. Grandmother's Story of Bunker-Hill Battle: as she saw it from the Belfry; [cover title] Memorial Bunker Hill, June 17, 1775-1875. Boston: James Osgood & Co., (1875). First Edition. 
Pictorial wrappers, battle scene & title to front, view of the Bunker Hill Monument on back, 7 1/2 x 10 inches, 16 pp. Verso of front with engraving, "View of Bunker Hill from the Navy Yard, before the Erection of the Monument, from a Painting made 1825." There is a damp stain in the top margin of the text pages throughout (see pics), and the bottom edge of the piece has some bumping. Each page with marginal printed illustrations.
Also, the printed invitation to attend the dedication ceremonies for the Battle of Bunker Hill monument erected in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo, NY, on the Spaulding Lot, June 17th, 1875. This monument is different from the one celebrated in the larger Osgood piece above. Good. Oversized pamphlet
There are three essays in the Osgood publication. First, the first appearance of Oliver Wendell Holmes' Grandmother Story of Bunker-Hill (BAL 8898), written expressly for this publication, with printed instructions that it shall not be reproduced. Second, a scholarly account of the Battle, by James M. Bugbee. The third is N. L. Frothingham's poem, The Crossed Swords.