Lot 106 of 438:
Public Papers of Grover Cleveland inscribed to an appointee  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$1,440
Estimate:
$2,000 - $3,000

Title:
The Public Papers of Grover Cleveland, Twenty-second President of the United States - inscribed by Cleveland to Albert J. Barr

Author:
Cleveland, Grover

Place:
Washington

Publisher:
Government Printing Office

Date:
1889

Description:

578 pp. (4to) original blindstamped brown cloth, spine lettered in gilt. First Edition.

Inscribed and signed on the blank by Cleveland to Albert J. Barr, dated May 1, 1892.  In 1894, Albert Barr was appointed to the position of surveyor for the Port of Pittsburgh by President Cleveland, a Democrat whose nomination he heartily supported.


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Condition:
Some light wear to cloth, small worm hole in spine cloth with tunnel extending into inner margin within the volume; still very good.


 
Item number:
292167
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