Title: Lincoln Centennial Association Addresses ...
Publisher: The Lincoln Centennial Association, Springfield
Publication Date: 1911
Edition: 1st Edition
Small 4to. Limp brown suede. 40pp, xv. Frontispiece, 7 full-page sepia-tone portraits. Very good. Faint edgewear only to yapped edges, else internally near fine. Large "Lincoln Centennial Association" themed bookplate on front flyleaf (not filled in). Program of the third annual banquet of this association, printed by the Roycrofters. Reverend Thomas D. Logan introduces J. Otis Humphrey and other speakers -- including President William Howard Taft. A quite nice copy of a delicate booklet whose binding often deteriorates badly. Not the usual garnet or burgundy color seen, this copy also features more than the usual four sepia-tone portraits. Suede doesn’t age particularly well and suede yapped edges fare even worse – making this nice copy exceptionally above average. MONAGHAN 1993. Bookseller Inventory # 41113
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