Very Good. Special edition limited to 200 (unnumbered) copies signed by the author on the limitation page. Light green paper covered boards over dark green cloth spine with printed paper spine label. 329 pp. Top edges unopened, fore-and bottom edges uncut. Frontis photo portrait of the author. A tight, internally clean example, corner dampstain and smaller stain top edge of front board, additional narrow dampstain extending about 3" down the outer edge of the rear board. Small chip to the spine label. Charles Evans Hughes was Governor of New York from 1907 to 1910, unsuccessful Republican candidate for President in 1916, and served as Secretary of State from 1921-1925 under Harding and Coolidge. He was named to the U.S. Supreme Court by President Taft in 1910 (resigning in 1916 in order to run for President). He returned to the Supreme Court when Herbert Hoover appointed him Chief Justice in 1930, a position he held until 1941.
The pathway of peace; representative addresses delivered during his term as secretary of state (1921-1925)
by Charles Evans Hughes
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