Good jacket. Very Good in Good unclipped dust jacket. DJ has light wear and tear, browing to DJ. Gently used with NO markings in text; binding is tight. Pasadena's finest independent new and used bookstore.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Copyright is 1943. 415 pages. Previous owner's inked name on blank front free end leaf. Book and jacket with light wear. Overall tight and clean copy. Dust jacket is now protected in a clear mylar sleeve.
Good in Good dust jacket. 415 pages, originally priced at $3.75/beige jacket with bluetone sketches of Lincoln's residences on front with white lettering; Tering on spine/jacket in mylar/chip tears at top and bottom spine/gift inscription on front flyleaf.
Small 4to. Terra cotta cloth with blue lettering. xix, 415pp. Engraved frontispiece and title page, extensive illustrations. Very good. Mild edgewear. First trade edition, tight and attractive. Wall issued 85 slim portfolios of engravings highlighting various facets of Lincoln's life over the course of many years, and this volume combines them all under one thick roof. The many illustrations appear in tan, yellow, green and other earth tones, and Wall's engravings of countless Lincoln sites are unfailingly charming and evocative. Front pastedown bears Lincoln-theme bookplate of Marshall D. Landis and front flyleaf bears Lincoln Group of New York membership card for Ralph G. Newman (1912-98), noted Lincolnist and founder of Chicago's famed Abraham Lincoln Book Shop.
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