NY: Overlook Press, 1988. First edition. Hardcover. 256 pages. 4to, 125 black and white photographs and drawings, and fifty-eight color photographs. Index. An architectural and social tour. Bookplate.
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Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 2000. First edition. Paperback. 187 pages. 11 x 9 ". Lavishly illustrated in color and black and white: a collective memory of the American presidency.
Washington, DC: GPO, 1903. First edition. Hardcover. 246 pp. Large 4to, illustrated. Memorial addresses delivered after presidentialassassinations -- George Bancroft for Lincoln, James Blaine for Garfield, and John Hay for McKinley. Ex-library; no exterior marking. Rubbing to cornersand backstrip extremities.
Richmond: Garrett & Massie, 1938. First edition. Hardcover. 225 pp. 8vo, forty-one illustrations and four drawings. Index. KARPEL B960. "According to Talbot Hamlin, this is `an adequate monograph on an important house, largely from the historical point of view,' with good illustrations of the house."
Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1983. First edition. Hardcover. 280 pages. 28 x 22 cm. Limited edition, copy 23 of 1585, signed by William Manchester. Profusely Illustrated with photographs.
Garden City: Doubleday, 1948. First edition. Hardcover. Introduction by Carl Sandburg. The story of the collection with selections to July 4, 1861. Index. Nevins. Vol. II, p75...."(first opened toinvestigators in July, 1947)." Archibald MacLeish stated, "The appearance of these volumes is important not only to American scholarship and Americanhistory, but to American literature."
NY: American Heritage, 1976. First edition. Hardcover. 374 and 310 pages. Both volumes heavily illustrated. Two pre-eminent bicentennial histories. Indexes.
New York: Random House, 1987. First edition. Hardcover. 486 pages. 24 x 16 cm. Limited edition, copy 2 of 250, signed by Gore Vidal in black ink.
New York: Random House, 1984. First edition. Hardcover. 657 pages. 24 x 16 cm. Limited edition, copy 3 of 350, signed by Gore Vidal in blue ink.