Statue Of Hon. John C. Calhoun Erected In Statuary Hall Of The Capital, At Washington
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Signed by one of the presentors. This hardcover book is square and tight. The green boards have only the mildest touching to the points and extremes of the spine. The gilt is pristine. The patterned endpages are pristine. The pages are bright and clean, having no markings or folds. The block is cracked after the free end page, but still completely tight. Over and above the condition, this is a special copy. This copy was presented to a resident of Lexington, SC, by the Hon. A. F. Lever in 1910. Anthony Francis Lever was a South Carolina Congressman, and presented one of the speeches printed in this book. The presentation is, "To F.E. Brodie from Hon. A.F. Lever December 1910". The full title of this book is Proceedings in Statuary Hall and the Senate and the House of Reprentatives upon the Unveiling, Reception, and Acceptance from the State of South Carolina of the Statue of Hon. John C. Calhoun March 12, 1910. This is a wonderful copy for a colector of South Caroliniana, John C. Calhoun, or autograqphs of national leaders. PHOTOS PROVIDED UPON REQUEST. Bookseller Inventory # 001180
Title: Statue Of Hon. John C. Calhoun Erected In ...
Publisher: Government Printing Office, Washington DC
Publication Date: 1910
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket As Issued
Signed: Signed by Author(s)
Edition: First Edition.
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