Good with no dust jacket. Blue cloth hardcover w/gilt spine title, light plus wear/soil, bare/thready at extremities, dot chipping spot on front board, spine label, card pocket on front illustrated endpapers, DJ flaps on rear ones, spine starting to loosen inside lfep, pgs clean/off-white; Ex-Library; 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall.
426 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. BIOGRAPHY. A biography and history at its honest best, a generous portrait of a great lady who played her part wisely during the national crises in the nation's early history. Dolly Madison was a woman of great charm, and all Washington was delighted with her. Includes an Index. (Key Words: Dolly Madison, James Madison, First Ladies, United States Presidents, Biography, United States History, Washington D.C., War of 1812, Slavery, James Monroe, Lafayette, Thomas Jefferson, Albert Gallatin, Aaron Burr, John Quincy Adams).
Fine binding. Beautiful copy, bound in full red leather with gilt decorations. With silk ribbon and patterned paper endpapers. Easton Press material laid in. Clearly unread. There are no marks. A fresh copy. Fine binding.
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