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New York: House of Books, 1941. 5 pages,, 8vo, blue wrappers, printed label. N.Y.: House of Books, 1941. Limited First Edition. Poem in praise of F.D.R. prior to the election of 1940. " Let them print what they like in the papers. It doesn't matter/ We'll be seeing you Tuesday, the millions of us, F.D.R." One of only 50 copies, this one is unnumbered. Fine.
New York: Derby and Jackson, 1856. Frontis. illustrated with full-page plates. 480 pages, 12mo, 8vo, purple blind-stamped cloth; pages toned with scattered foxing, primarily to plates, dampstain to title page, spine faded to tan, covers rubbed. New York: Derby and Jackson, 1856. First Edition. Still a very good copy. "This work is considered to be one of the best of several campaign biographies to appear after John C. Fremont was nominated as the first Republican candidate for the presidency." Wagner-Camp.....