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161 (Vermeule, Emily Dickinson Townsend). Lincoln, Anne; Editor-in-Chief THE BREARLEY YEAR BOOK. Volume XXVI. 1945
[New York]: (Brearley School), 1945. 1945. Good 
[New York]: (Brearley School), 1945.. 1945.. Good. - Quarto [11 inches high by 8-5/8 inches wide], red cloth with the school's seal stamped in gilt on the front cover. The binding is bumped & there is some bubbling to the cloth of the covers. A small area of each cover is discolored & the tail of the spine is lightly chipped. Unpaginated. Profusely illustrated in black & white with photographic portraits, class photos, cartoons & drawings. Good.

From the library of Emily Dickinson Townsend Vermeule with numerous ink inscriptions to her from fellow students on the pastedowns and endpapers. "E. D. Townsend 1945" is written on the top corner of the front endpaper.

Emily Dickinson Townsend Vermeule [1928-2001] was a classical scholar and archaeologist, author of numerous scholarly works and a popular lecturer. She attended the Brearley School from 1934 to 1946 and then attended Bryn Mawr College. She married Cornelius Clarkson Vermeule in 1957. 
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162 (Wagner, Henry Raup) HENRY RAUP WAGNER 1862-1957. An Exhibition of Rare Books Honoring the Centenary of His Birth. (Catalog)
Chicago: The Newberry Library, 1962. 1962. Fine 
Chicago: The Newberry Library, 1962.. 1962.. Fine. - Octavo, softcover bound in printed tan wraps. [iv] & 17 pages. Illustrated with a full-page black-and-white photographic portrait. Near fine.

Limited edition of 2,000 copies.

Thirty books are catalogued with descriptions by Colton Storm based on those of Wagner. The introduction is by Everett D. Graff, who lent most of the books for the exhibition from his private collection. 
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163 (Washington, George). Phillips, Isaac N GEORGE WASHINGTON: An Address by Isacc N. Phillips
Bloomington, IL: Printed for private distribution, 1903. 1903. Very good 
Bloomington, IL: Printed for private distribution, 1903.. 1903.. Very good. - Octavo, softcover bound in printed gray wraps sewn with red cord. The wraps are chipped & lightly soiled. There is a piece out of the top corner of the front wrap & the top corner of the rear wrap is torn & creased. There are small pieces out of the head & tail of the spine, part of the red cord is lacking & the lower 2-1/2 inches of the wraps are detached. 58 pages. Very good internally.

The compliments slip of Isaac N. Phillips is bound in at the title. Phillips was the Reporter of the Supreme Court of Illinois and editor of "Abraham Lincoln, by Some Men Who Knew Him" [1910]. 
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164 (Washington, George). Rush, Richard. WASHINGTON IN DOMESTIC LIFE. From Original Letters and Manuscripts.
Philadelphia, PA: J. B. Lippincott and Co., 1857. 1857. Good 
Philadelphia, PA: J. B. Lippincott and Co., 1857.. 1857.. Good. - Octavo, dark green cloth titled in blind on front cover. The covers are rubbed, bumped & lightly stained; the spine is slightly faded with the head torn & the tail chipped. xiii & pp. [14]-85. There is dampstaining to the top edges of the endpapers & to the bottom edges of the front endpapers, flyleaf & following blank; there is a small stain to the title & light foxing to the prelims; the page edges are slightly darkened. Good only.

First edition. First Edition. 
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165 (Washington, George; Lafayette, Marquis de). Gaines, James R FOR LIBERTY AND GLORY: Washington, Lafayette, and Their Revolutions
New York/London: W. W. Norton & Company, (2007). (2007). 0393061388 / 9780393061383 Fine 
New York/London: W. W. Norton & Company, (2007).. (2007).. Fine. - Octavo, cloth backed boards, in a dust wrapper. The rear panel of the dust wrapper is very lightly soiled. vii, [i] & 533 pages. Illustrated in black & white and color. Near fine.

First edition. Dust jacket present. First Edition. 
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166 (Wayne's) WAYNE'S 1944 ATLAS OF CANADA'S MINING AREAS. (Cover title)
(Toronto: Merchandising Service, 1944). 1944). Good 
(Toronto: Merchandising Service, 1944).. 1944).. Good. - Octavo, softcover bound in pictorial yellow & silver wrappers. The wraps are bumped & soiled. 20 pages, including wraps, with 12 pages of black-and- white maps & 1 double-page map in red, black & white. The bottom page corners are bumped. There is a vertical crease to each wrap & a light crease to each leaf where the pamphlet has been folded. Good.

A promotional piece about the Canadian mining industry with maps showing mining areas. "Compliments of Continental Securities Company...Toronto" is printed on the front wrap. 
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167 (White, Frederic C.; compiler) HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE SOUTH CHURCH (REFORMED) OF NEW YORK CITY
New York: Gilliss Brothers & Turnure, The Art Age Press, Easter, 1887. Easter, 1887. Very good 
New York: Gilliss Brothers & Turnure, The Art Age Press, Easter, 1887.. Easter, 1887.. Very good. - Squarish octavo, 8-1/2 inches high by 6-1/4 inches wide. Hardcover, bound in blue cloth backed gray paper covered boards printed in black on front board. The boards are bumped, lightly soiled & unevenly darkened; the head & tail of the spine are lightly chipped. 57 pages, illustrated with a frontispiece & 10 black & white plates. There is light staining to the rear pastedown, else the contents are very good.

First edition. First Edition. 
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168 (Williams, Reuel). Poor, John A MEMOIR OF REUEL WILLIAMS, Prepared for the Maine Historical Society by John A. Poor. Read at a Special Meeting of the Society in Augusta, February, 1863
(Riverside, Cambridge): privately printed, 1864. 1864. Good 
(Riverside, Cambridge): privately printed, 1864.. 1864.. Good. - Octavo, brown cloth titled in gilt on front cover with horizontal bands stamped in blind on covers & spine & frames in blind on covers. The covers are bumped & lightly rubbed with a label removed from the front cover; the spine is faded with pieces out of the head & tail. 66 pp. A tipped-in original photograph of a bust serves as the frontispiece. There is scattered foxing & light soiling & the page edges are slightly darkened. From the library of the Historical Society of Iowa with the Society's book label on the front pastedown, blind stamp on title & numeral stamped on 1 page of prelims. Good.

A label on the front pastedown states that this copy, "No. 773", was presented by the Historical Society of Maine to the Historical Society of Iowa in June 1867.

A note by the Maine Historical Society following the title reads: "Whereas, It has pleased God to call from the World the Hon. Reuel Williams, one of the original members of the Maine Historical Society, we, the members thereof, place upon the records of the Society our testimony to his eminent ability, his elevated character, his social virtues, and his distinguished public services...." The Society therefore resolved to have a eulogy and memoir prepared to be read at its next meeting. 
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169 (Wilson, Woodrow) ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES DELIVERED AT A JOINT SESSION OF THE TWO HOUSES OF CONGRESS FEBRUARY 26, 1917
Washington, 1917. 1917. Good 
Washington, 1917.. 1917.. Good. - Octavo, printed white wraps. The edges of the covers are darkened and there is a short tear to the top edge and a tiny hole near the top of the front cover. The rear cover is heavily stained with several chips to the edges and a piece out from the top corner. 6 pages with the text printed only on one side of each of the 6 leaves. Folded vertically, the edges of the pages are darkened and there is some slight chipping to the top of the last leaf. Good only.

In this address delivered shortly before US involvement in World War I, President Woodrow Wilson requests permission from Congress to arm US merchantmen. Though Congress refused to grant permission, Wilson did it by executive order on March 12th. The United States declared war on Germany on April 2nd.

Scarce. 
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170 (Wilson, Woodrow). Nelson, Lars P. PRESIDENT WILSON: The World's Peace-Maker.
Stockholm: Kungl Boktryckeriet P. A. Norstedt & Soner, 1919. 1919. Good 
Stockholm: Kungl Boktryckeriet P. A. Norstedt & Soner, 1919.. 1919.. Good. - Octavo, softcover bound in pictorial wrappers. The binding is bumped, soiled & lightly creased. The wraps are lightly stained & foxed with some chipping around the edges. There are small pieces out of the head & tail of the spine. 231 pages with a folding chart of the Federal Executive bound in at the rear. Illustrated in black & white with a portrait frontispiece and full-page & textual illustrations. There is light dampstaining to the rear wrap & chart & to the top edges of the rear third of the leaves. The top edge of the chart is chipped with a pencil notation on the verso. There are creases to some pages caused in the printing process. Good.

First edition in English. First Edition. 
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171 (World's Columbian Exposition). MEMORIAL VOLUME. DEDICATORY AND OPENING CEREMONIES OF THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION. Historical and Descriptive. As Authorized by Board of Control. Edited under the direction of the Joint Committee on Ceremonies of the World's Columbian Commission and the World's Columbian Exposition. With Illustrations.
Chicago, IL: A.L. Stone, 1893. 1893. Good 
- Quarto, 11 inches high by 8 inches wide. Hardcover, teal green cloth titled in gilt on the front cover and the spine. All edges are gilt. The covers are dampstained and slightly rubbed. 320 pages with profuse photographically illustrated plates throughout, including many full-page. There is a tiny tear to the front edge of one leaf, else this is an internally very good copy of this substantial book commemorating the Chicago World's Fair. Good.

First edition.

In addition to a history of the World's Fairs and the World's Columbian Exposition in particular are added architectural descriptions of the buildings, the dedicatory ceremonies, Bishop Fowler's Prayer, the various addresses and odes recited at the dedication, a few wonderful pages describing and depicting the Ferris Wheel with its history and a portrait of G.W.G. Ferris. The whole superbly illustrated. First Edition. 
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172 (Yale College).(Barnum, Samuel W.) SUPPLEMENT TO THE CLASS BOOK OF THE CLASS OF 1841, IN YALE COLLEGE
Athol Depot: G. H. Kellogg, Book, Card and Job Printer, 1862. 1862. Good 
Athol Depot: G. H. Kellogg, Book, Card and Job Printer, 1862.. 1862.. Good. - Small octavo, softcover bound in printed tan wraps. The wraps are soiled & lightly bumped & chipped. The spine is perished & the wraps are partially detached. 24 pages. The top page corners are bumped & the last 2 leaves are partially detached. Good.

Rare. No copies were located in WorldCat. 
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173 (Zuckerman, George). Davies, Raymond Arthur THE GREAT MACKENZIE. / In Word and Photograph
Toronto: The Ryerson Press, (1947). (1947). Good Signed
Toronto: The Ryerson Press, (1947).. (1947).. Good. - Octavo, green cloth. The binding is lightly bumped, rubbed & soiled with a white stain to the bottom edge of the front cover. x, [1] leaf 7 139 pages. Profuse black-and-white photographic illustrations by George Zukerman. The bottom edges of the pages in the first half of the book are rippled & dampstained. Good.

First edition.

Inscribed by the author on the front pastedown and signed "Ray Davies". First Edition. 
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174 Abbot, Abiel; Late Pastor of the First Church in Coventry A STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS IN THE FIRST SOCIETY IN COVENTRY, CONNECTICUT, WHICH TERMINATED IN THE REMOVAL OF THE PASTOR: With an Address to His Late People
Boston: Printed and Published by John Eliot. Jun., 1811. 1811. Good Signed
Boston: Printed and Published by John Eliot. Jun., 1811.. 1811.. Good. INSCRIBED BY ABIEL ABBOT - Octavo, softcover bound into cream self-wraps with cream cord. 68 pages. The pages are bumped & darkened with their edges chipped. There is a stain to the bottom margin of the title page with lighter stains to the bottom edges of several following pages. There is a piece out of the bottom corner of page 9, not affecting the text. Good.

First edition.

Inscribed at the top of the title page: "James C. Merrill. 1811-- / From the author."

The former Pastor explains the doctrinal differences and the difficult and painful process which led to his dismissal. First Edition. 
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175 Adams, James Truslow; Editor in Chief ALBUM OF AMERICAN HISTORY. Volume I: Colonial Period. Vollume II: 1783-1853. Volume III: 1853-1893. Volume IV: End of an Era. (4 volumes)
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, (1944-1948). (1944-1948). Fine 
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, (1944-1948).. (1944-1948).. Fine. - Large octavo [11-1/4 inches high by 7-3/4 inches wide], blue buckram titled in gilt within red rectangles with decorations in white on the spines & with devices stamped in gilt on the front covers, in dust wrappers. The volumes are housed in a blue paper covered slipcase with pictorial labels mounted on the front panel & spine & a printed label on the rear panel. There is a white stain to the rear cover of Vol. 1 . The dust jackets are chipped & lightly rubbed & soiled with their spines slightly sunned. The spine of the Vol. 1 dust jacket is chipped with tears repaired with brown tape internally. The tail of the Vol. 2 dust jacket spine is torn with a piece out. The flaps of the Vol. 3 dust jacket are detached & there is a piece out of the head of the Vol. 4 dust jacket spine. The slipcase is rubbed & chipped with small tears to the corners & the labels are lightly soiled & stained. xiii, [1] leaf & 409 pages; xi & 418 pages; xi & 435 pages; and xiii & 385 pages. Profuse black-and-white textual illustrations. The books are very good to near fine, in good dust wrappers & a good slipcase. Dust jacket present. 
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176 Adams, Ramon F THE RAMPAGING HERD: A Bibliography of Books and Pamphlets on Men and Events in the Cattle Industry
Cleveland, OH: John T. Zubal, Inc., (1982). (1982). Fine 
Cleveland, OH: John T. Zubal, Inc., (1982).. (1982).. Fine. - Octavo, green cloth, in dw. Very lightly soiled. 463 pp. A few B&W illustrations. Near fine.

Reprint of the 1959 University of Oklahoma Press edition. Dust jacket present. 
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177 Agnew, Spiro T ADDRESSES AND STATE PAPERS OF SPIRO T. AGNEW, GOVERNOR OF MARYLAND 1967-1969. Edited by Franklin L. Burdette, Professor of Government and Politics, University of Maryland. (2 volumes)
Annapolis: State of Maryland, 1975. 1975. Very good 
Annapolis: State of Maryland, 1975.. 1975.. Very good. - Octavo, black cloth titled in gilt on the front covers and the spines with the state seal depicted on the front covers. The covers are soiled and very slightly warped. Consecutively paginated, with the same index printed in both volumes: Pages [i]-xix, [1]-495, [1] leaf, & the index; and pages [i]-xix, 496-1,002, [1] leaf, & 1,005-1,039. Each volume is illustrated with a portrait frontispiece of Spiro Agnew. Very good.

The state papers and addresses of the controversial Maryland Governor Spiro Agnew, who went on to become Vice President of the United States under Richard Nixon. Rumored to have accepted brides, Spiro Agnew was forced to resign while under indictment for tax fraud soon before the Watergate scandal brought down President Nixon. 
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AN AUTOGRAPH NOTE PENNED AT THE BOTTOM OF A CHECKLIST, SIGNED  by VICE PRESIDENT SPIRO AGNEW with his initials, regarding lunch time protocols. The note is a wonderful insight into Agnew's management style., Agnew, Spiro T. (1918-1996). Governor of Maryland and Vice President of the United States under Nixon. He was forced to resign when indicted for tax fraud.
178 Agnew, Spiro T. (1918-1996). Governor of Maryland and Vice President of the United States under Nixon. He was forced to resign when indicted for tax fraud. AN AUTOGRAPH NOTE PENNED AT THE BOTTOM OF A CHECKLIST, SIGNED by VICE PRESIDENT SPIRO AGNEW with his initials, regarding lunch time protocols. The note is a wonderful insight into Agnew's management style.
[Washington, D.C.] Very good Signed
[Washington, D.C.]. Very good. - Approximately 33 words penned by Vice President Spiro Agnew at the bottom of a typed check-list noting the presence or absence of 18 staff members. At the bottom of the list of names, typed in a column on a 10-1/2 inch high by 8 inch wide sheet of creamy white paper, Spiro Agnew has penned the following note addressed to his Chief of Staff Arthur Sohmer: "Art - A check at 1:35 revealed the following absentees - Vic, Peter, Mel, Roy. Put each on personal notice that a repetition will be considered a direct violation of my personal instructions re: lunch hours." Signed "STA". Check marks noting the presence of each staff member are penned next to their name and an "A" noting absences are penned next to the names of those who were missing. A red line is drawn across Mel Grayson's name. There are staple holes at top left and right with some light foxing at the top right corner of the page.

Spiro T. Agnew [1918-1996] was Governor of Maryland and Vice President of the United States under Nixon. He was indicted for tax fraud and forced to resign.

The recipient, Arthur J. Sohmer, was Chief-of-Staff to Vice President Spiro T. Agnew. 
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179 Agnew, Spiro T. (1918-1996] Governor of Maryland & Vice President of the United States under Nixon. 16 ORIGINAL OFFICIAL WHITE HOUSE PHOTOGRAPHS OF VICE PRESIDENT SPIRO AGNEW'S VISIT TO JAPAN & ASIA IN MAY 1972 TO ATTEND CEREMONIES RETURNING OKINAWA TO THE JURISDICTION OF JAPAN.
Washington: Official Photograph / The White House, May 1972. 1972. Near fine Signed
- A collection of 16 original official White House photographs of Vice President Spiro Agnew's 4-day State visit to Japan, to mark the transfer of the Ryukyu Islands from the U.S. to Japan and ceremonies celebrating the return of Okinawa to the jurisdiction of Japan. The U.S. had controlled and administered the Ryukyu and Daito islands following the signing of peace treaties after the Second World War. Agnew followed his visit with a brief trip to war torn Vietnam. The first seven photographs depict Vice President Agnew's visit to Japan. Of these, the first four measure 8-5/8 inches high by 13-1/8 inches wide and are dated May 12, 1972. Two of these depict Spiro Agnew seated between Japanese Premier Eisaku Sato and ambassador Robert Ingersoll. Agnew's chief-of-staff Arthur Sohmer is seated at the right. A third photo depicts Agnew standing next to Ingersoll and Sohmer with an unidentified staff member at the right. The fourth photograph depicts Agnew, Ingersoll and Sohmer in the company of Japan's Minister of Foreign Affairs Takeo Fukuda, who would later become Prime Minister. A 9-1/2 inch high by 13-1/8 inch wide photograph dated May 13, 1971 depicts Vice President Agnew shaking the hand of a Japanese official after disembarking from a plane on one of the islands. Coming down the aircraft's stairs are Agnew's staff and a Japanese official. American and Japanese officials, as well as military officers and secret service agents (with their traditional ear buds) are present on the runway. A 9-3/4 inch high by 13 inch wide photograph depicts Japanese Premier Eisaku Sato shaking the Vice President's hand at a gala event. Agnew's back is to the camera. Pictured at right is Premier Sato's wife wearing a formal Japanese kimono. Arthur Sohmer stands behind her as Japanese and American officials line up behind the Premier. A secret service agent is easily identified by the presence of his ear bud. Two more photographs taken on that same day, these measuring 8-1/2 inches high by 13 inches wide, depict the Vice President standing at a podium framed by trees and bushes in front of an official residence and then seated speaking with the Premier in the company of ambassador Ingersoll and his staff. A final photograph of Agnew's visit to Japan dated the 13th, shows him shaking the hand of a Japanese official at the airport. Agnew is accompanied by elderly military officers, his chief-of-staff and a few others.

Four photographs dated May 16th, 1972 and measuring 10-1/4 inches high by 13-1/8 inches wide appear to have been taken in Southeast Asia. The first shows the Vice President attired in a polo shirt and striped slacks in the company of an important-looking elderly Asian politician attired in a "Hawaiian" shirt and black slacks. A second image depicts this same politician in the company of another Asian man, Arthur Sohmer and 2 other Americans. Two other photographs show Vice President Agnew seated at a table meeting with his staff. In front of each is a notepad and several plates of snacks occupy the middle of the table. In one of the photographs an unseen waiter is carrying several glasses of beer on a tray. A 10 inch high by 13-1/8 inch wide photo dated May 17, 1972 shows Vice President Agnew striding along the runway of Tan Son Nhut Air Base in the Republic of Vietnam. Agnew is followed by his staff and military personnel can be seen scattered throughout the photo. A 9-1/2 inch high by 13-1/8 inch wide photo of the same date depicts the Vice President seated at the head of a "U-shaped" table next to a Vietnamese military official. Sohmer and Agnew's staff are seated along the "U" on Agnew's side wih Vietnamese officials or staff seated across from them on the officer's side. A last photo of the same date, this one measuring 10-1/8 inches high by 13-1/4 inches wide, depict the Vice President with his staff and Vietnamese officials striding forth up the marbled stairs of an unseen building. In the background, soldiers are unloading material from two American military helicopters which have landed in the grassy field beyond the road.

The photographs are stamped "Official Photograph / The White House / Washington" followed by the date and a number on the verso.

All of the photographs are in very good to fine condition with but minor flaws only.

Spiro T. Agnew [1918-1996] was Governor of Maryland and Vice President of the United States under Nixon. He was indicted for tax fraud and forced to resign.

Following an agreement reached the previous year, the U.S. returned control of the Ryukyu islands, which include Okinawa, to Japan in May of 1972. The islands had been governed by the U.S. following the peace treaty signed by Japan at the conclusion of the Second World War. During Vice President Agnew's state visit, Premier Eisaku Sato and Foreign Affairs Takeo Fukuda assured the Vice President of Japan's support of the United State's position in Vietnam. During his visit Agnew not only discussed the subjects of Vietnam and Okinawa but also President Nixon's trip to China which had taken place in February of that year. Agnew subsequently met with Emperor Hirohito and had lunch with him at the Imperial Palace.

The Japanese politician Takeo Fukuda (1905-1995) was Japan's Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1971 to 1973. He first ran as a candidate for prime minister in 1972 but lost to Kakuei Tanaka. As leader of the Liberal Democratic Party, he ran again and was elected Prime Minister in 1976.

Elected Premier of Japan in 1964, Eisaku Sato introduced the "Three Non-Nuclear Principles" in 1967 and Japan became a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Sato had first approached President Lyndon Johnson to request that the United States return Okinawa to Japan and subsequently struck a deal with President Nixon. Eisaku Sato is the only Japanese to have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. 
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THE VICE PRESIDENTIAL CARD SIGNED BY SPIRO AGNEW., Agnew, Spiro T. (1918-1996] Governor of Maryland. Vice President of the United States under Nixon.
180 Agnew, Spiro T. (1918-1996] Governor of Maryland. Vice President of the United States under Nixon. THE VICE PRESIDENTIAL CARD SIGNED BY SPIRO AGNEW.
circa [1972]. [1972]. Very good Signed
circa [1972].. [1972].. Very good. - Cream-colored card, 2 inches high by 3-1/2 inches wide, with "The Vice President" printed on it & the Vice Presidential flag embossed in gilt in the top left corner. Signed in blue ink across his printed title "Spiro T. Agnew". There are 3 tiny brown marks to the top edge of the card. Very good.

Spiro T. Agnew [1918-1996] was Governor of Maryland and Vice President of the United States under Nixon. He was indicted for tax fraud and forced to resign.

An uncommon form of Agnew's autograph. 
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