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ROOSEVELTIAN FACT AND FABLE: Illustrations by Will H. Chandlee.

by Hale, Annie Riley

Condition: Very Good

Broadway Pub. Co., New York:, 1908. pp. (iv), 198 +Plus 2 plates + frontis portrait. 12mo. 200mm. Original publisher's green cloth binding decorated with humorous design in black, red, and gilt. Spine lettered in red. Cover color is good but slightly soiled with loss of cloth at the bottom of the boards. Loss of cloth at head and base of spine also. Damp-staining to some pages. Corners bumped. Hardbound. Good. Annie Riley Hale (1859-1944) wrote numerous magazine and newspaper articles, lectured on the 'negro problem' and economics, and was a popular speaker on the 'Bull Moose Circuit.' NW59. Soft cover. Very Good.


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