Kuhlman, Charles. The Frank Finkel Story, Possible Custer Survivor? Edited and Foreword by Capt. Michael J. Koury. Bellevue, Nebr.: The Old Army Press, ca. 1969.
Stiff wrappers, 6 x 9 inches, 18 unnumbered leaves, illustrated. Very good. Paperback. 
The editor notes that "it has been almost ten years since Dr. Kuhlman passed away." He died in 1959.
A fascinating story in which Dr. Kuhlman investigates the account of one Fred Finkel, who claimed to have been a survivor of the Little Bighorn battle. Kuhlman examines closely, and concludes that Finkel knew details of the battle otherwise unknown at the time of his death. Later discoveries confirmed his account.
Charles Kuhlman (1872-1959), served in the Nebraska militia as a lieutenant, received a master's degree in history from the University of Nebraska, and an earned Ph.D. from the University of Zurich. A hearing loss disrupted his plan to be a university teacher, and he devoted his life to the study of the history of the American West. In 1916 he moved to Billings, Montana, and took a great interest the the history of Custer and the battle of the Little Bighorn.