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1946. GAINES, Frances Pendleton. SOUTHERN ORATORY: A STUDY IN IDEALISM. [Tuscaloosa, Alabama]: University of Alabama Press, . Small 8vo., cloth in dust jacket. First Edition. A study of Southern orators from Patrick Henry through the ante-bellum period, including appraisals of Negro and Indian oratory. Signed presentation from Gaines on the title page: "This copy for Mr. T. M. Smith, my dear friend Scottie, with deep admiration and regard- Frances Pendleton Gaines." Very Good (little bumping head of spine); few small nicks & short tears d/j. $125.00.
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