LINCOLN CATALOG #29

 

  1. Bonham’s & Butterfields – November 23, 2004. THE LLOYD OSTENDORF COLLECTION OF LINCOLNIANA. This 67 page illustrated catalog has 208 lots, all Lincoln or Lincoln related. The catalog is in very good condition. A list of prices realized is laid in. $20.00
  2. Geo D. Smith, 547 Fifth Avenue, 70 Wall Street, New York. Abraham Lincoln. Wraps, 1917, 171 pages, 1276 items, good condition, chipping on covers and spine. This issue is Monaghan #2340. $30.00
  3. Heritage Auction Catalog – September 17, 2016. LINCOLN & HIS TIMES. A JOINT AUCTION BY HERITAGE AND THE RAIL SPLITTER. IN RECOGNITION OF THE 20th ANNIVERSARY OF THE RAIL SPLITTER. A 216-page illustrated catalog featuring 869 lots. A list of the prices realized is laid in. The catalog is in very good condition.    $15.00
  4. Parke-Bernet Galleries Inc., 980 Madison Avenue, New York, “Autograph Letters, Manuscripts and Documents,” Collection of the late Oliver R. Barrett, bound, 293 pages, good- condition, damp stains at the bottom of about 50 pages. $35.00
  5. Sotheby’s – June 25 and 26, 1999. COINS, MEDALS AND BANKNOTES INCLUDING THE CAPTAIN ANDREW C. ZABRISLIE COLLECTION. Lots 464-623 are all Lincoln badges and medalets. There are some outstands pieces of Lincolniana in this catalog. Overall, there are 677 lots on the 140 pages of this beautiful catalog. The catalog is in very good condition. This is a nice reference work for those who collect Lincoln medals, coins, badges, etc. A list of the prices realized is laid in.    $15.00
  6. Wantagh Rare Book Co., P.O. Box 605, Neversink, NY. Catalogue No. 24. Typed list of catalogue items, front and back, 2006, 16 pages, 202 items, all Illinois related, good condition. The Van Norman family were great book dealers through many years. $5.00
  7.  ABRAHAM LINCOLN SESQUICENTENNIAL 1959-1960 –  FINAL REPORT OF THE LINCOLN SESQUICENTENNIAL COMMISSION. Washington D. C. 1960, 1st edition, 193 pages, frontis., illustrations, good condition.    $25.00
  8. 10. A CATALOGUE OF THE OFFICERS AND STUDENTS OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY, FOR THE ACADEMICAL YEAR 1863-64. FIRST TERM. Cambridge: Sever and Francis, 1863, 1st edition, 100 pages, printed wraps, good- condition, small lower right corner of the front wrap is missing, a rodent has nibbled on some pages in the lower right corner, not affecting any text, spine is chipped. On page 12 Robert Todd Lincoln’s name appears as a senior. $100.00
  9.  ADDRESSES DELIVERED AT THE LINCOLN DINNERS OF THE REPUBLICAN CLUB OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK IN RESPONSE TO THE TOAST ABRAHAM LINCOLN 1887-1909. New York: The Republican Club of the City of New York, 1909, Privately Printed, limited to 500 copies, 358 pages, frontis., appendix, paper label on the spine, good- condition, general wear to the cover, label is chipped. M1852 – A compilation of dinner speeches delivered at succeeding anniversaries. This copy is out of series, and it is not numbered.    $30.00
  10. Barrett, Oliver R. LINCOLN’S LAST SPEECH IN SPRINGFIELD IN THE CAMPAIGN OF 1858. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1925, 2nd edition, 22 pages, boards with paper label on the front board, frontis., illustrations, oversized, good condition. M2680 – First publication of Springfield speech, reprint of news account in the Illinois State Journal, and a letter from an eyewitness, John H. Morgan. Edited by Oliver R. Barrett. $20.00
  11. Barton, Robert. LINCOLN THE GROCER. Foxboro: Brochure Publishing Company, 1937, 30 pages, pictorial wraps, illustrations, good+ condition. M2617v – The honest, friendly grocer who learned to know the people. $10.00
  12. Barton, William E. ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND THE AMERICAN IDEAL. Casper: The Casper Daily Tribune, 1923, 1st edition, 15 pages, printed wraps, good condition. M2618. $10.00
  13. Barton, William E. ABRAHAM LINCOLN: AN ADDRESS. Oak Park: Advanced Publishing Company, 1920, 1st edition, 16 pages, printed wraps, good condition, one correction in the author’s hand. M2436 – Includes the creed of Abraham Lincoln in his own words and the evolution of his moral convictions. $12.00
  14. Barton, William E. THE INFLUENCE OF CHICAGO UPON ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1922, 1st edition, 54 pages, printed wraps, frontis., good+ condition. M2549 – Account of Lincoln’s visits to Chicago. $10.00
  15. Barton, William E. THE PARENTS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Charleston: The Charles Daily Courier, 1922, 1st edition, 8 pages, printed wraps, good condition. M2553. $15.00
  16. Barton, William E. THE ANCESTORY OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Springfield: Phillips Bros., 1925, reprinted from The Transactions of the Illinois State Historical Society, 150 copies, 18 pages, printed wraps, frontis., good condition. M2757 – Lincoln’s New England ancestry. $10.00
  17. Barton, William E. ABRAHAM LINCOLN’S ANCESTRY. Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Commission, 1925, 55-76 pages, printed wraps, good condition. M2756 – An investigation of Lincoln’s ancestors in England, New England, and Kentucky. $6.00
  18. Barton, William E. ABRAHAM LINCOLN: KENTUCKY MOUNTAINEER. Berea: Berea College Press, 1923, 1st edition, #5/200 copies, 16 pages, printed wraps, very good condition. M2619 – A review of Lincoln’s educational opportunities, with anecdote of the McCormick reaper case. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. $20.00
  19. Barton, William E. THE MAN WHO MARRIED LINCOLN’S PARENTS. Harrodsburg: The Harrodsburg Herald, 1922, 1st edition, 16 pages, pictorial wraps (cut of monument pasted on the front cover), string tied, frontis., very good condition. M2552 – Includes life of Jesse Head and data on marriage of Thomas Lincoln. $10.00
  20. Barton, William E. THE LINCOLNS IN THEIR OLD KENTUCKY HOME. Berea: Berea College Press, 1923, 1st edition limited to 300 copies (not numbered or signed), 24 pages, oversize, very good condition. M2621 – An investigation of the Thomas Lincoln homestead.    $12.00
  21. Basler, Roy P. AS ONE SOUTHERNER TO ANOTHER: CONCERNING LINCOLN AND THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. Chicago: Abraham Lincoln Book Shop, 1943, 1st, edition limited to 250 copies, 15 pages, printed wraps, good+ condition. This article originally appeared in The South Atlantic Quarterly, January 1943, published by Duke University Press. That publication and the original proof (tear) sheets is included. $45.00
  22. Bernard, Kenneth A. LINCOLN AND THE MUSIC OF THE CIVIL WAR 1862. Reprinted from the Lincoln Herald, 1962, 38 pages, printed wraps, illustrations, references, good condition.    $15.00
  23. Blakeslee, Francis Durbin. HOW MY FATHER SECURED LINCOLN’S AUTOGRAPH. Privately Printed: Spanish American Institute Press, 1927, #91/100 copies, 7 pages, photo of George Harmon Blakeslee tipped in, printed wraps, good+ condition. M2906 – Excerpt from a minister’s diary. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. $40.00
  24. Bodge, Rev. J. Everett. Services for F. Lauriston Bullard. Printed as a token of respect and affection for our Founder and President Dr. F. Lauriston Bullard by The Lincoln Group of Boston, 1952, 8 pages, printed wraps, good condition. $20.00  
  25. Bound pamphlets. (1.) LINCOLN DAY MEMORIAL SERVICES HELD IN SENATE CHAMBER – SPRINGFIELD, IL.  FEBRUARY 12, 1935. Printed by the State of Illinois, 13 pages. M3484 – Principle address by T. V. Smith, with concluding remarks by Henry Horner. THIS PAMPHLET IS SIGNED BY LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR THOMAS F. DONOVAN, GOVERNOR HENRY HORNER, LOUIS O. WILLIAMS, T. V. SMITH, EARL B. SEARCY, JAMES J. BARBOUR, AND RICHARD J. BARR. (2.) EXCERPTS FROM THE JOURNAL OF THE ILLINOIS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE TWELFTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY READ BY HON. ELMER J. SCHNACKENBERG –  FEBRUARY 12, 1941 AT THE MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Springfield: Allied Printing, 16 pages. SIGNED BY ELMER J. SCHNACKENBERG AND COMPILER R. R. RANDOLPH. (3.) HOUSE BILL NO. 332 – FOR AN ACT TO MAKE FEBRUARY TWELTH A LEGAL HOLIDAY. INTRODUCED BY MR. TOPPING. Springfield: 1941, 1 page. INSCRIBED, DATED, AND SIGNED BY MR. TOPPING. (4.) HOUSE BILL NO. 331 – FOR AN ACT TO AMEND SECTION 188 OF “AN ACT TO ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN A SYSTEM OF FREE SCHOOLS”, APPROVED JUNE 12, 1909, AS AMEMNDE. INTRODUCED BY MR. TOPPING. Springfield: 1941 1 pages. INSCRIBED, DATED, AND SIGNED BY MR. TOPPING. (5.) Eight pages of House and Senate bills dated February 10, 1943. SIGNED BY WILLIAM G. THORN, STATE REPRESENTATIVE, PAK PARK, ILL. Most signatures are inscribed to John G. Oien. Overall, in good- condition.    $75.00
  26. Brownlow, W. G. SKETCHES OF THE RISE, PROGRESS, AND DECLINE OF SECESSION; WITH A NARRATIVE OF PERSONAL ADVENTURES AMONG THE REBELS. Philadelphia: George W. Childs, 1862, 1st edition, 458 pages, frontis., illustrations, good- condition. $20.00
  27. Burton, John E. BULLETIN NO. 46, ORIGINAL LINCOLN PROCLAMATION BURNED. Milwaukee: Milwaukee Sentinel, 1911, reprinted from the Milwaukee Sentinel, 3 pages, good- condition, former owner’s stamp at the bottom of the first page. M1970 – Data about original copies of Emancipation Proclamation, reprinted from a letter written by John E. Barton, Geneva, Wis., to editor of the Sentinel. $35.00
  28. Corneau, Octavia Roberts. Typed manuscript of Abraham Lincoln — A Sartorial Biography, 21 pages, good condition. This talk was given before the Lincoln Group of Boston, Parker House, April 14, 1951. $20.00
  29. Dalgety, George S. THE PRESIDENTS AND THE CIVIL WAR. A cover letter dated April 6, 1950, sends these typed manuscripts to Vernon Miners. These manuscripts were prepared for and (in part) delivered to the Chicago Civil War Round Table March 23, 1950. Besides the forward (1 page), and introduction (9 pages), the presidents included are: Washington (4 pages), John Adams (3 pages), Thomas Jefferson (13 pages), James Madison (7 pages), James Monroe (5 pages), John Quincy Adams (7 pages), Andrew Jackson (8 pages), Martin Van Buren (6 pages), Harrison and Tyler (9 pages), James K. Polk (10 pages), Taylor and Fillmore (6 pages), Franklin Pierce (8 pages), and James Buchanan (9 pages). All of the manuscripts are in good condition, and they are housed in a custom-made case. $100.00
  30. Duff, John J. A. LINCOLN: PRAIRIE LAWYER. New York: Rinehart & Company, Inc. 1960, 1st edition, 433 pages, frontis., illustrations, appendix, bibliography, index, good+ condition in a good dust jacket. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. $40.00
  31. EDUCATION OF NEGROES IN ANTE-BELLUM AMERICA – A GUIDE TO AN EXHIBITION IN THE WILLIAM L. CLEMENTS LIBRARY. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, 1969, 1st edition, 18 pages, printed wraps, good+ condition. $8.00
  32. FACTS FOR THE PEOPLE – TO THE CITIZENS OF MASSACHUSETTS. Boston: J. E. Farwell, 1st edition, 8 pages, good- condition, someone has torn off a signature at the top right corner of the first page. This is a Democratic attack on Charles Sumner who is running for re-election. Surprisingly, they support Lincoln’s “patriotic efforts to restore all the States to our glorious Union under the Constitution given us by the Father of his Country and the patriots of the Revolution”. $45.00
  33. Flodman, David. Lincoln the Politician. Typed copy of a talk given February 9, 1934, by Mr. Flodman, 4 pages, good condition. $6.00 
  34. Hart, Albert Bushnell. SALMON PORTLAND CHASE. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1899, 465 pages, index, good- condition, cover shows some wear, rear hinge broken but holding. $8.00
  35. Hertz, Emanuel. ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND HILLEL’S GOLDEN RULE. Delivered under the auspice of the United Synagogue over WEAF – February 6, 1929, 1st edition, 10 pages, printed wraps, frontis., good+ condition. M3089. $25.00
  36. Jones, Alonzo Trevier. POLITICAL SPEECHES AND DEBATES OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS 1854-1861. Chicago: Scott, Foresman & Company, 1896, 2nd edition, 555 pages, frontis., index, good condition, some fading on the spine. M1167 – Fifteen addresses of Lincoln and Douglas besides the debates.    $45.00
  37. Klement, Frank L. THE GETTYSBURG SOLDIERS’ CEMETERY AND LINCOLN’S ADDRESS: ASPECTS AND ANGLES. Shippensburg: The White Mane Publishing Company, Inc., 1993, 1st edition, 276 pages, illustrations, appendices, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. Signed by Steven K. Rogstad who wrote the introduction. $25.00
  38. LINCOLN CENTENNIAL – ADDRESSES DELIVERED AT THE MEMORIAL EXERCISES HELD AT SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS FEBRUARY 12, 1909 – COMMEMORATING THE ONE-HUNDREDTH BIRTHDAY OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Springfield: Journal Company, 1909, 1st edition, 226 pages, ¾ morocco and marbled boards, marbled endpapers, frontis., list of Lincoln Centennial Association members, list of Lincoln Centennial life members, good- condition, some wear to cover. M1787 – Details of exercises arranged by the Illinois Centennial Commission and the Lincoln Centennial Association. $25.00
  39. LINCOLN CENTENNIAL – ADDRESSES DELIVERED AT THE MEMORIAL EXERCISES HELD AT SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS FEBRUARY 12, 1909 – COMMEMORATING THE ONE-HUNDREDTH BIRTHDAY OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Springfield: Journal Company, 1909, 1st edition, 226 pages, ¾ morocco and marbled boards, marbled endpapers, frontis., list of Lincoln Centennial Association members, list of Lincoln Centennial life members, good- condition, some wear to cover. M1787 – Details of exercises arranged by the Illinois Centennial Commission and the Lincoln Centennial Association. Inside the front cover is an Lincoln Centennial Association bookplate with the name A. V. Ingham on it. On the front free endpaper, the book is inscribed to Ingham by James R. B. Van Cleave. $30.00
  40. Kunhardt, Phillip B. III, peter W. Kunhardt, & Peter W. Kunhardt, Jr. LOOKING FOR LINCOLN – THE MAKING OF AN AMERICAN ICON. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2008, 1st edition, 494 pages, pictorial endpapers, frontis., illustrations, source notes, selected bibliography, index, good+ condition in a good dust jacket, oversized book. $8.00
  41. OBSERVANCE OF THE CENTENNIAL ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN – FEBRUARY TWELFTH, 1909. New York: Press of J. J. Little & Ives Co., 1910, 1st edition, 164 pages, frontis., illustrations, fair condition, the cover shows wear, damp staining at the bottom of the first 6 pages and the last 8 pages This book was compiled under the inspiration of the Grand Army of the Republic. M1944 – Programs, reports of committees, addresses, letters from governors of states, and secretaries of American legations in foreign countries. $25.00
  42. Oldroyd, Osborne. ABRAHAM LINCOLN CENTENARY 1809 – 1909 PROGRAM OF EXERCISES. Washington D. C.: Osborn H. Oldroyd, 1908, ninth edition, 20 pages, pictorial wraps, illustrations, good- condition, small tear at the spine, a slight wear to wraps. M1616v – Suggested programs for the centennial.    $10.00
  43. Page, Elwin L. A Check-list of Lincolniana by the late F. Lauriston Bullard compiled by Elwin L. Page – A review of Dr. Bullard’s book LINCOLN IN MARBLE AND BRONZE by Elmer Munson Hunt, and Personal Recollections of Dr. Bullard by two Fellow-Lincolnians, William H. Townsend, and Harry E. Pratt. Mimeographed copy, 12 pages, 1953, good condition. This paper was done in 1953 for The Lincoln Group of Boston. $25.00
  44. Page, Elwin L. Lincoln Was a Good Loser. Four page typed manuscript with notes of a talk Mr. Page gave on February 12, 1955, good+ condition. $8.00
  45. (Page, Elwin L.) How Abraham Lincoln Became President. Copy of a typed 3 page talked that I believe was given by Mr. Page. $10.00
  46. Pratt, Harry E. LINCOLN’S INNER CIRCLE – THIRTY-ONE PICTURES OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND HIS FAMILY, CABINET, HOME, STATUES AND TOMB. Springfield: Illinois State Historical Society, 1955, 1st edition, 32 pages, pictorial wraps, illustrations, good condition. $5.00
  47. Randall, Ruth Painter. MARY LINCOLN: BIOGRAPHY OF A MARRIAGE. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1953, 1st edition, 555 pages, frontis., illustrations, notes, bibliography, index, good condition, parts of the dust jacket are laid in. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. $25.00
  48. Sandage, Scott A. A MARBLE HOUSE DIVIDED: THE LINCOLN MEMORIAL, THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT, AND THE POLITICS OF MEMORY, 1939-1963. Disbound article from the June 1993 issue of The Journal of American History, 31 pages, illustrations, good condition. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. $10.00
  49. Schurz, Carl. ABRAHAM LINCOLN – THE GETTYSBURG SPEECH AND OTHER PAPERS BY ABRAHAM LINCOLN – TOGETHER WITH TESTIMONIES BY EMERSON, WHITTIER, HOLMES, AND LOWELL. New York: The Chautauqua Press, 1899, 100 pages, frontis., chronological list of events in the life of Abraham Lincoln, programmes, good condition, inscription on the ffep from Blanch Meserve Adams to her son, Stephen Meserve Adams. M1093v. $8.00
  50. Slidell, John. SUSPENSION OF THE NEUTRALITY LAWS. Washington, DC: Congressional Globe, 1854, 1st edition, 8 pages, wraps, good condition in an old folder. $35.00
  51. 63. SOUVENIR OF SPRINGFIELD. Published by H. E. Barker – Art Dealer, 9 ½” x 6 ¼”, pictorial cover, 10 pages of photographs of early Springfield, including several related to Lincoln, good- condition, the photo block is loose inside the cover. $30.00
  52. Stashower, Daniel. THE HOUR OF PERIL: THE SECRET PLOT TO MURDER LINCOLN BEFORE THE CIVIL WAR. New York: Minotaur Books, 2014, 355 pages, pictorial wraps, illustrations, select bibliography, index, good condition. $5.00
  53. Temble, Wayne C. INDIAN VILLAGES OF THE ILLINOIS COUNTRY – HISTORIC TRIBES. Springfield: Illinois State Museum, 1977, Scientific Papers, Volume II, Part 2, 218 pages, wraps, illustrations, bibliography, index, good condition. Yes, Dr. Temple can write about other things besides Lincoln! $15.00
  54. The Lincoln Legal Papers. BARRET V. ALTON AND SANGAMON RAILROAD COMPANY – ILLINOIS SUPREME COURT – DECEMBER TERM 1851. Springfield: Abraham Lincoln Association, 1989, limited edition, 32 pages, pictorial wraps, good+ condition. This publication is a sample case that will appear in the multivolume edition of The Lincoln Legal Papers.    $40.00
  55. Townsend, William H. LINCOLN AND HIS WIFE’S HOME TOWN. Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1929, 1st edition, 402 pages, frontis., illustrations, bibliography, index, good condition, the spine has faded. M3143 – A history of the Todds in Lexington, Kentucky, and Lincoln’s visits with them. INSCRIBED, DATED, AND SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. $25.00
  56. Typed manuscript of Abraham Lincoln- Memorial Day Address, 7 pages, good condition. This talk is signed by the author, but I cannot read the last name. My guess is that is someone from the Lincoln Group of Boston. Here is what I can read, “W. R. Pa—augall”. There is also a signed copy of the talk. $15.00
  57. Wahlstrom, Carl E. Carbon copy of a review by Mr. Wahlstrom of Warren W. Hassler, Jr’s book, General George B. McClellan – Shield of the Union, 3 pages, good condition. $5.00
  58. Wahlstrom, Carl E. Handwritten manuscript of A Whig Politician and Congressman Comes to Worcester, 23 pages, bibliography, good condition with corrections. Along with this are two typed manuscripts with corrections. $35.00
  59. Wahlstrom, Carl E. Handwritten manuscript of Abraham Lincoln In Lowell, 9 pages, good condition. Along with this is a typed copy of his talk, given to the Lincoln Group of Boston on September 18, 1948, commemorating Lincoln’s visit to Massachusetts 100 years ago. $25.00
  60. Wahlstrom, Carl E. Typed manuscript of Abraham Lincoln, 6 pages, good condition with many corrections. With this is a 6 page typed manuscript, and a carbon copy. $6.00
  61. Wahlstrom, Carl E. Handwritten manuscript of Abraham Lincoln, Servant of the People, 40+ pages, good condition. I do not know if it is the complete manuscript. With this is a 14 page hand written manuscript of the same title.  $50.00
  62. Wahlstrom, Carl E. Handwritten manuscript of the eulogy for Elwin L. Page delivered by Mr. Wahlstrom at The Lincoln Group of Boston on February 9, 1974. Also included is the typed manuscript of his remarks. $10.00
  63. Wahlstrom, Carl E. Handwritten manuscript of The Human George Washington, 11 pages, good condition with a few corrections. $15.00
  64. Wahlstrom, Carl E. Two handwritten pages giving a brief history of the Lincoln family through Thomas Lincoln, Abraham’s father, good condition. $5.00
  65. Wahlstrom, Carl E. Typed book review and carbon copy of Gray Ghosts and Rebel Raiders by Virgil Carrington Jones, 3 pages, good condition. $5.00
  66. Wahlstrom, Carl E. Two typed manuscripts of A Great Speech and the Publicity It Occasioned, 29 pages, good condition. Also, a 32 page handwritten manuscript, and 22 pages of handwritten notes. $30.00
  67. Wahlstrom, Carl E. Typed manuscript of Lincoln’s Face, 2 legal size pages, good condition with corrections. This article appeared in the February 1935, issue of the Worcester Magazine which accompanies the manuscript. $10.00
  68. Wahlstrom, Carl E. Typed manuscript of The Niche that Lincoln Carved for Himself or Little Known Incidents Concerning Lincoln and His Place in the World Today, 9 pages, good condition with some corrections in pencil. With this is a carbon copy of the manuscript. $10.00
  69. Wahlstrom, Carl E. Typed transcript of an article that appeared in the March 8, 1948, issue of the Woonsocket Call, 3 pages, good condition. With this is the original article from the newspaper, and a typed letter signed to Mr. Wahlstrom from the General Manager of the paper sending the article to Mr. Wahlstrom. Lincoln had spoken at the Cooper Institute on February 27, 1860, and he spoke in Woonsocket on March 8, 1860. $10.00
  70. Wilson, Rufus Rockwell. LINCOLN IN PORTRAITURE. New York: The Press of the Pioneers, Inc., 1935, #401/650 copies, 317 pages, frontis., illustrations, good condition. M3500 – Sixty-one portraits and a frontispiece, with history of each. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. $75.00
  71. Zane, John Maxcy. THE STORY OF LAW. New York: Ives Washburn Publishers, 1927, 1st edition, 486 pages, frontis., index, good- condition, the cover shows some wear. Zane was the author of “Lincoln, The Constitutional Lawyer”. $20.00

 

 

 

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