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The Strenuous Life by  Theodore Roosevelt - Hardcover - Signed - from James M. Dourgarian, Bookman and Biblio.com

The Strenuous Life

by Roosevelt, Theodore

Condition: See description


NY, The Century Co., 1903, early edition.

Brown cloth with leather label, TEG, includes essays and addresses, with frontispiece photo portrait of Roosevelt, this copy Inscribed by Roosevelt ("Lyman L. Pierce Esq./with regards of/Theodore Roosevelt"), Pierce was considered the originator of the fund-raising campaign, he was widely regarded as one of the country's foremost philanthropic fund raisers, conducting the first ever capital campaign for the YMCA raising more than $60 million in the early 1900s, laid in loosely is one of Pierce's business cards as General Secretary of the Washington, D. C. YMCA. Minor wear, else about fine.



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