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New York: D. Appleton-Century Company 1946.
First edition. Octavo, original cloth. Warmly inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, “To Marie with love Eleanor Roosevelt.” Near fine in a very good dust jacket with rubbing to the extremities.
"We will have to want peace, want it enough to pay for it, before it becomes an accepted rule": First Edition of Eleanor Roosevelt's This Troubled World; Signed by Her on a Laid in White House Card
New York: H.C. Kinsey & Company 1938.
First edition of this work by First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. Small octavo, original cloth. Boldly signed by Eleanor Roosevelt on the half-title page. With a letter on White House stationary from 1941, stating, “Mrs. Roosevelt was glad to sign the copy of her book for you and it is returned to you under separate cover.” Near fine in a near fine dust jacket with toning to the spine. A nice signed example with desirable provenance.
New York: The Viking Press 1950.
First edition of this work regarding the Roosevelt estate in Hyde Park, New York. Octavo, original cloth, pictorial endpapers, illustrated. Signed by First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt on the half-title page. Near fine in a near fine dust jacket. Jacket design by Robert Hallock. With the complete text of Sara Delano Roosevelt’s Household Book.
New York : William Morrow and Company 1939.
First edition. Octavo, original cloth. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper to Eleanor Roosevelt in the year of publication, “For Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt with every possible good wish John W, Wheeler-Bennett January 1939.” With Eleanor Roosevelt’s bookplate. One could imagine Roosevelt reading and gleaning from this instructive work regarding peace after the first World War, with the invasion of Sudetenland and subsequent letters from President Roosevelt to Hitler for peace and later The Yalta Conference. In near fine condition.