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Publisher: New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., (1999).: (1999).
Seller ID: 8394
New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., (1999).. (1999).. Fine. - Octavo, boards, in a dust wrapper. xiv, 256 &  &  pages. Black-and- white illustrations. Near fine. First edition. Dust jacket present. First Edition. View more info
Publisher: Washington, DC: The Andrew Jackson Press, 1936.: 1936.
Seller ID: 16719
Washington, DC: The Andrew Jackson Press, 1936.. 1936.. Good. - Octavo, red cloth titled in gilt. The spine is faded with small light stains & light soiling. xii & 371 pages, with black & white illustrations, including 2 facsimiles of FDR letters. A previous owner's name is penned on the front endpaper and there is some light soiling to the foreword page. Good. First edition [Halter T302].Roosevelt's former Assistant Secretary of Commerce makes his case against Roo... View more info
Publisher: (Providence, RI?: J. B. Coleman, 1945).: 1945).
Seller ID: 30605
(Providence, RI?: J. B. Coleman, 1945).. 1945).. Very good. - sc Oblong small quarto [7-1/2 inches high by 9-3/4 inches wide]. The editorial is printed on one side only & fills 2 pages of a sheet of cream stock folded once to form 4 pages. The sheet is slightly darkened at the edges & along the fold. Together with a letter to Mr. J. B. Coleman of Providence, RI typed on a sheet of New York Times letterhead, 8-1/2 inches high by 5-1/2 inches wide, signed "Charles Merz... View more info
Publisher: Stamford, CT: The Overbrook Press, 1937.: 1937.
Seller ID: 29858
Stamford, CT: The Overbrook Press, 1937.. 1937.. Very good. - Squarish octavo, tan cloth titled in red on spine with frames stamped in red on both covers. The covers are very lightly soiled & the spine is slightly darkened. 45 pp. plus colophon, beautifully printed with borders in red throughout. Very good. 1/1000 copies.A nice association copy, from the library of Alva B. Gimbel with her distinctive miniature leather book label. Together with her husband Bernard, ... View more info
Publisher: circa .: .
Seller ID: 26665
- Narrow octavo [7 inches high by 3-1/2 inches wide], broadside. There is a light stain to the left margin, overlapping a few words of the text. There is light staining to the verso. Very good. A satirical attack, in rhyming couplets, on Franklin Roosevelt and the New Deal. "A stranger [FDR] stood at the Gates of Hell / And the devil himself answered the bell." The devil asks him what he has done to entitle him to entry. "Then Franklin D. with his usual gu... View more info
Publisher: Mexico-Buenos Aires: Fondo de Cultura Economica, (1954).: (1954).
Seller ID: 14671
Mexico-Buenos Aires: Fondo de Cultura Economica, (1954).. (1954).. Very good. - Octavo, softcover bound in pictorial blue & brown wraps. The wraps are lightly rubbed & bumped with creases to the spine. 551 pages plus colophon, unopened. Very good. First edition. The text is in Spanish. First Edition. View more info
Publisher: San Juan de Puerto Rico: Biblioteca de Autores Puertorriquenos, n.d. .: n.d. .
Seller ID: 13810
San Juan de Puerto Rico: Biblioteca de Autores Puertorriquenos, n.d. .. n.d. .. Good. - Octavo, softcover bound in printed cream wraps. The spine & extremities are darkened. The wraps are lightly bumped & soiled. 229 pages plus colophon, unopened. The page edges are darkened & the top edge is foxed. Good. The book deals with Roosevelt's foreign policy from 1933 to 1945. The text is in Spanish.Scarce. View more info
Publisher: Washington, D.C., 1937.: 1937.
Seller ID: 17339
Washington, D.C., 1937.. 1937.. Fine. - Octavo, 9 inches high by 5-7/8 inches wide. Softcovers, self-wraps. 4 pages. There is some minor staining to the bottom edge of the last page. Else, near fine. First edition. [Halter T636]. "The time has arrived for us to take further action to extend the frontiers of social progress." First Edition. View more info
Publisher: [circa 1938 to 1942]. .: .
Seller ID: 36574
- A group of 21 snapshot photographs measuring 3-1/2 inches by 5-1/4 inches, printed from original negatives for snapshots which were likely taken by Anna McGowan, the head of the Roosevelt family household staff. The images covering a span of a few short years depict FDR's young granddaughters. In the earliest images, Kate appears to be 2 years old and her sister Sara about 6. Their mother Betsey, the wife of FDR's son James Roosevelt, is pictured alone or with one or b... View more info
Publisher: NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc., (1970).: (1970).
Seller ID: 1190
NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc., (1970).. (1970).. Very good. - Octavo, red cloth titled in dark red, in dw. The covers are very lightly bumped. The dw is rubbed & chipped. xiv & 722 pp. Illustrated in B&W. Very good in a good dw. This concluding volume of the first complete biography of FDR covers the period from 1940 to his death in 1945. Dust jacket present. View more info
Publisher: circa .: .
Seller ID: 26721
circa .. .. Fine. - sc A set of 16 black & white postcards, each measuring 3-1/2 inches high by 5-1/2 inches wide with a different image by Olin Dows reproduced from his book of the same name. This is a fine, uncut set printed on 2 accordion fold-outs, each with 4 panels of 2 cards. Perforated lines permit the easy separation of the cards. Each card is titled on the verso with a caption quoted from Dows' book. A fine set in its original pictorial envelope, ti... View more info
Publisher: Washington, D.C., April 14, 1945.: 1945.
Seller ID: 27101
- sc A 14-1/4 inch high by 11-1/8 inch wide gelatin silver print depicting the famous image of President Roosevelt's flag-draped coffin being carried and escorted into the White House by an honor guard, as the horse-drawn funeral carriage draws away. Two marines bearing flags stand at the lower left of the image under the leafy branches of the tree which frames the left side of the photograph. The tree's branches reach out towards the columns of the White House's entranc... View more info
Publisher: (1943).: (1943).
Seller ID: 25382
(1943).. (1943).. Very good. - sc A superb 10-1/2 inch high by 8-1/4 inch wide color portrait of FDR on 15-1/2 inch high by 12 inch wide heavy stock. The print, a color collotype by A. Jaffe" is entitled "Franklin D. Roosevelt / painted by Elizabeth Shoumatoff in April 1943". The superb image depicts a dignified white haired FDR from the chest up, attired in suit & tie over white shirt with a dark cape draped over his shoulders. There is some light foxing and... View more info
Publisher: New York: The Viking Press, 1938.: 1938.
Seller ID: 34273
New York: The Viking Press, 1938.. 1938.. Very good. - Octavo, gray cloth titled in gilt within gilt-framed blue rectangles on the front cover & spine, in a dust wrapper. The dust jacket is chipped & lightly rubbed & soiled. There is a piece out the tail of the jacket spine & there are tears to the head & tail & the panel, which have been repaired with brown tape internally. xii, [iv] & 350 pages The page edges are slightly darkened. 9 black-and-white plates, including a... View more info
Publisher: New York: Privately Printed, Roosevelt Memorial Exhibition Committee, Columbia University, 1919.: 1919.
Seller ID: 29973
New York: Privately Printed, Roosevelt Memorial Exhibition Committee, Columbia University, 1919.. 1919.. Good. FIRST EDITION SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR HERMANN HAGEDORN - Octavo, buff creamy white boards titled and decorated in black on the front cover. The covers are soiled and darkened along the edges and spine. The head and tail of the spine are chipped and there is wear to the corners. 44 &  pages, illustrated with 5 full-page illustrations. The binding is very slightly... View more info
Publisher: Philadelphia, PA: The Rosenbach Company, 1949.: 1949.
Seller ID: 7236
Philadelphia, PA: The Rosenbach Company, 1949.. 1949.. Very good. - Large octavo, printed wraps. Heavily stained and chipped. 135 pp. Contents are very good. 462 extraordinary items are fully described and priced. View more info
Publisher: New York: Printed for the New-York Historical Society, 1880.: 1880.
Seller ID: 31900
New York: Printed for the New-York Historical Society, 1880.. 1880.. Good. - Octavo, green cloth titled in gilt with decorations in gilt on the spine. The binding is lightly bumped & rubbed with some small dents to the front cover. There is dampstaining to the front edge of the front cover with chipping to the cloth at the top & bottom corners. A small section of the front edge of the rear cover is also dampstained. The head & tail of the spine are chipped. [ii],  lea... View more info
Publisher: Albany: Weed, Parsons & Co., .: .
Seller ID: 35962
- Quarto, 11-1/2 inches high by 9 inches wide. Softcover, bound in plain white wrappers with the title penned in black on the front cover. The covers are soiled and creased along the edges with some chipping to the front edges and a tiny hole to the front cover. 12 pages consisting of the title and pages  through 670. The top and front edges of the pages are darkened and there is dampstaining along the inner edges of the pages. Extracted from "The Documentary... View more info
Publisher: White Plains, NY: Henry T. Smith, 1898.: 1898.
Seller ID: 22042
- Octavo, orange tan boards titled in gilt on the spine with a device in gilt on the front cover. The covers are quite rubbed and soiled. 300 pages, with 83 full-page illustrations and 11 engraved plates, mostly portraits. The binding is cracked at page 130. Else, good. First edition. Rare.This is the first volume of an eventual three. Volumes 2 and 3 were laterpublished in 1912 and 1913. First Edition. View more info
Publisher: Chicago: The Newberry Library, 1984.: 1984.
Seller ID: 14123
Chicago: The Newberry Library, 1984.. 1984.. Very good. - Octavo, softcover bound in pictorial wraps. There are some small, minor stains to the rear wrap & its top corner is lightly bumped. The head of the spine is slightly chipped. 39 &  pages. Illustrated with facsimiles in black, white & gray. Very good. View more info