Blue cloth with black lettering and finger tabs on the front edge of the text-block. A little rubbed at the front corners with a small tear on the cloth at the top of the back hinge. Previous owner's name on the ffep. No markings. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Lincoln 1809-1839: Being the Day-by-Day ...
Publisher: The Abraham Lincoln Association
Publication Date: 1941
Book Condition: Very Good
Book Description The Abraham Lincoln Association, Springfield, IL, 1941. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: not present. First Edition. 6" x 9", pp. lxxxvi 1-256, like new copy with only a 1/2" black line on back cover which is likely publisher ink. Brought to us by Lincoln Historian Pratt, this "Daytimer" format book meticulously chronicles the daily activities of a young Lincoln. "Vandalia. In the Legislature. Lincoln attends the opening of the Eleventh General Assembly. He is nominated by the Whigs for Speaker, but is beaten on the fourth ballot by W. L. D. Ewing of Fayette." (Mon. Dec. 3 1838). Blue cloth over hard back with titling on cover in black and paper label on spine. Bookseller Inventory # 417