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DECISION POINTS. George W. Bush. DECISION POINTS.
New York: Crown Publ. (2010). First edition. Special "Decision Points" BOOKPLATE SIGNED BY BUSH laid in along with a pre-printed card from the "Office of George W. Bush," thanking the recipient for his/her support, etc. Fine in fine dust jacket.

[Book #51658]       Price: $250.00
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BETWEEN HOPE AND HISTORY: Meeting America's Challenges for the 21st Century. Bill Clinton. BETWEEN HOPE AND HISTORY: Meeting America's Challenges for the 21st Century.
(New York): Times Books / Random House, (1996). First edition, second printing. INSCRIBED BY THE PRESIDENT on the half-title page, "To Stanley Hirsch / with thanks / Bill Clinton / 10/96." It seems likely the inscription is actually to Stanley Hirsh, a Los Angeles businessman, Democratic Party contributor, and publisher of the Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles. Fine in fine dust jacket.

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MY LIFE. Bill Clinton. MY LIFE.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2004. First edition. SIGNED by the President on the title page. His autobiography, running to over 1,000 pages including index. This trade edition preceded the limited signed edition. Fine in dust jacket.

[Book #53805]       Price: $300.00
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IT TAKES A VILLAGE: And Other Lessons Children Teach Us. Hillary Rodham Clinton. IT TAKES A VILLAGE: And Other Lessons Children Teach Us.
New York: Simon & Schuster, (1996). First edition. Author's first book, or more accurately, the first book by the former Senator, Secretary of State, and first female major-party candidate to run for president (and win the popular vote); written while she was FLOTUS. SIGNED on official White House bookplate affixed to front endpaper. Fine to new in like dust jacket with "autographed copy" sticker on front panel and small, square label covering price on front flap. SIGNED WHILE SHE WAS THE FLOTUS.

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LIVING HISTORY. Hillary Rodham Clinton. LIVING HISTORY.
New York: Simon & Schuster, (2003). First edition. Her memoirs of her time as first lady. SIGNED on the title page. Spine ends just gently nudged still fine in fine dust jacket with barest wear.

[Book #54646]       Price: $250.00
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THE MEMOIRS OF HERBERT HOOVER: 1874-1920: Years of Adventure. Herbert Hoover. THE MEMOIRS OF HERBERT HOOVER: 1874-1920: Years of Adventure.
New York: Macmillan Company, 1951. First edition. INSCRIBED, "To my friend Otto G. Lindberg from Herbert Hoover." Lindberg's great claim to fame is that in the 1930's as founder of General Drafting Co., a map-making business, he and his assistant, Ernest Alpers, added a totally fictitious place called "Agloe" to an out-of-the-way dirt road in New York state (to keep other companies from pirating their maps). "Agloe," which was an anagram of their combined initials, has subsequently appeared on maps for years -- and was only just removed from Google Maps in 2014. Fine in very good to near fine dust jacket with minor wear and chipping on the corners and spine ends.

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TO TURN THE TIDE. John F. Kennedy, John W. Gardener, foreword Carl Sandburg. TO TURN THE TIDE.
New York: Harper & Brothers, (1962). First edition. "A Selection from President Kennedy's Public Statements from His Election through the 1961 Adjournment of Congress, Setting Forth The Goals of His Legislative Year." Very good with bookplate on front endpaper and small name sticker on pastedown under flap; in very good dust jacket with very minor wear on corners and spine ends.

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JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY: The World Remembers. John Fitzgerald Kennedy. JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY: The World Remembers.
New York: Fleet Press Corporation, (1968). First edition. Written by Alex J. Goldman and containing numerous black-and-white photographs. Thin split in rear spine gutter, otherwise near fine in somewhat rubbed dust jacket with chipped tips and one small closed tear.

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A[braham] LINCOLN CALENDAR: For the Year 1920, Illustrated. Abraham Lincoln, Daniel S. Knowlton. A[braham] LINCOLN CALENDAR: For the Year 1920, Illustrated.
Boston: United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 1919. First edition. Very good in brown, stapled paper wraps. Staples are somewhat rusted and there is glue residue on the back cover, as well as a small brown dot to the lower left corner. Otherwise in exemplary condition with minimal wear.

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MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, TRANSMITTING INFORMATION RELATIVE TO PIRATICAL DEPREDATIONS, &C.: Published in Pursuance of Two Resolutions of 21st and 23rd of December Last. James Monroe. MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, TRANSMITTING INFORMATION RELATIVE TO PIRATICAL DEPREDATIONS, &C.: Published in Pursuance of Two Resolutions of 21st and 23rd of December Last.
Washington, DC: Gales & Seaton, 1825. First edition. 18th Congress, 2nd Session, January 13, 1825. Includes message from President James Monroe and then Secretary of State John Quincy Adams. Includes information collected about pirates in the Carribean. 40 pages, covers lacking if there were any, but interior very good with light tanning to the pages, and what appears to be offset from the ink used in printing.

[Book #51374]       Price: $100.00
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RENDEZVOUS WITH DESTINY. Ronald Reagan. RENDEZVOUS WITH DESTINY.
Salt Lake City: Osmond Publishing Company, (1981). First edition. SIGNED by President Reagan. Includes a tribute to Reagan given by Charlton Heston at the gala prior to the Inauguration; "A Time for Choosing," the TV speech given in October 1964 which launched Reagan's political career: Reagan's Jan. 20 1981 Inaugural Speech; an Address to a Joint Session of Congress on a Program for Economic Recovery; another address to a joint session on April 28,1981. The title comes at the end of that first speech in 1964 - "You and I have a rendezvous with destiny." Reagan was the Co-Chairman of the California Citizens for Goldwater at the time. No record of signed copies at auction in the last 35 years and we contacted a few prominent dealers and they have not had a copy. Just signed, not dated, but signed as President with a solid provenance. Fine in a price clipped dust jacket. SCARCE SIGNED COPY.

[Book #52425]       Price: $4,500.00
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THE STRANGE DEATH OF FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT: A History of the Roosevelt-Delano Dynasty America's Royal Family. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Emanuel M. Josephson. THE STRANGE DEATH OF FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT: A History of the Roosevelt-Delano Dynasty America's Royal Family.
New York: Chedney Press, (1948). First edition. Exploration of Roosevelt's family's ties and a conspiracy theory about his death. About fine in dust jacket with a few tiny chips.

[Book #54482]       Price: $75.00
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FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT: A CAREER IN PROGRESSIVE DEMOCRACY. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Ernest K. Lindley. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT: A CAREER IN PROGRESSIVE DEMOCRACY.
(New York): Bobbs-Merrill Co. (1931). First edition. INSCRIBED, "To W. W. How(e)s / Regards of Franklin D. Roosevelt." A nice association as William Washington Howes served under Roosevelt as Second and First Assistant Postmaster General from 1933 to 1940. Howes brought airmail service to the Midwest. Previously, he was a member of the South Dakota Senate, Chairman of the South Dakota Democratic Party and a member of the Democratic National Committee. He is reported to have been very influential in helping FDR win the midwest. Near fine with minor professional restoration at spine; in very attractive, about very good dust jacket with light edge rubbing, touch of light soiling, and few tears (internally mended with archival tape). NICE ASSOCIATION, INSCRIBED.

[Book #52377]       Price: $3,500.00
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FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT: A CAREER IN PROGRESSIVE DEMOCRACY. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Ernest K. Lindley. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT: A CAREER IN PROGRESSIVE DEMOCRACY.
(New York): Bobbs-Merrill Co. (1931). First edition. INSCRIBED, "To Hazel W. Howes, With the sincere regards and thanks of Franklin D. Roosevelt / June 1932." A nice association as her husband, William Washington Howes, served under Roosevelt as Second and First Assistant Postmaster General from 1933 to 1940 (he brought airmail service to the Midwest). Previously, he was a member of the South Dakota Senate, Chairman of the South Dakota Democratic Party and a member of the Democratic National Committee. He is reported to have been very influential in helping FDR win the Midwest. The inscription to Mrs. Howes is nicer than the one FDR wrote for her husband in his copy of this same book (we also handled that copy). Near fine with offset near inner hinges; in a lightly soiled dust jacket with a thumb-nail size chip at top of back cover and minor edgewear but no other chipping.

[Book #52906]       Price: $3,500.00
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OFFICIAL PROGRAM COMMEMORATING THE INAUGURATION OF HARRY S. TRUMAN AND ALBEN W. BARKLEY: January 20, 1949. Harry S. Truman. OFFICIAL PROGRAM COMMEMORATING THE INAUGURATION OF HARRY S. TRUMAN AND ALBEN W. BARKLEY: January 20, 1949.
[Washington DC]: 1949. First edition, limited issue. Program from Truman's second inauguration, SIGNED BY HARRY TRUMAN on May 13, 1967. One of an undesignated number of copies of the "Limited DeLuxe Edition," this being number 781 and signed by MELVIN D. HILDRETH, General Chairman of the Inaugural Committee, presumably as called for. Simulated leather, dark-blue pebbled cloth lettered in gold on front. The Rosalind and Alfred Perlman copy, with their names stamped in gold on bottom front corner. Original printed wrappers bound in. Rosalind Perlman, born in Chicago in 1911, was educated at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, and later at St. Louis Teachers College. She is the author of THE BLIND DOCTOR, a biography about Jacob Bolotin, a blind physician who lived and practiced in Chicago in the early part of the twentieth century, She and her husband established, under The National Federation of the Blind, the Dr. Jacob Bolotin Award Program, to recognize individuals and organizations working in the field of blindness that have made outstanding contributions. We assume they were contributors to the Truman campaign and had Truman sign their copy at the later date in May 1967. Magazine size, 74 pages including covers; illustrated with photographs. Fine, and scarce signed. SIGNED BY PRESIDENT TRUMAN.

[Book #53710]       Price: $2,500.00
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