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A. Lincoln; A Biography
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A. Lincoln; A Biography

by White, Ronald C.

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New York: Random House, 2009. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. Fine/fine. Signed first edition, first printing of A. Lincoln: A Biography by Ronald C. White, Jr.. Octavo, xvii, 796pp, [2]. Beige hardcover, black spine, title stamped in gilt on spine. Stated "first edition" on copyright page, with a full number line. Sticker from the "Vero Beach Book Center" on front free endpaper. In the publisher's dust jacket, $35.00 on front flap, a fine example. Signed on the title page by Ronald C. White, Jr.
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A.S. Duesenberg Letter
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A.S. Duesenberg Letter

by [Indianapolis 500]

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Indianapolis, 1938. Typed Letter Signed. Paper. Very good. Letter from August Samuel Duesenberg, American automotive engineer who built racing engines and set early automotive speed records. Engines designed and built by him and his brother, Fred Duesenberg, won the 1921 French Grand Prix and three Indianapo. Letter previously folded, light toning. Marginalia in pencil from the recipient, noting that he called A.S. Duesenberg. Duesenberg was inducted into the Auto Racing Hall of Fame, the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame and the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America. Provenance: Dr. Harlen Hunter, sold at the Heritage Auctions June 30, 2016 Auto Racing Sports Collectibles Catalog Auction #7146. Includes a signed letter of provenance from Heritage Auctions of Dallas, Texas.
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AFL-CIO: Labor United
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AFL-CIO: Labor United

by Goldberg, Arthur J.

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New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc, 1956. First Edition, Fourth Printing. Cloth. Near fine/near fine. Inscribed copy of AFL-CIO: Labor United by Supreme Court Justice Arthur J. Goldberg.. Octavo, 319pp. Gray cloth, title stamped in gilt on spine. Stated "fourth printing" on copyright page. In the publisher's dust jacket, $5.00 retail price on front flap, bright illustrations, short closed tear along hinge flap. Inscribed on the front free endpaper to a career U.S. Department of State employee: "To Thomas Turqman, with best wishes and high personal regards. Arthur J. Goldberg / Associate Justice of the Supreme Court / May 29, 1963." Arthur J. Goldberg (1908-1990) served as the United States Secretary of Labor in the Kennedy Administration, and was appointed to the Supreme Court by President Kennedy in 1962. He served for 3-years, before being asked by President Johnson to serve as United States Ambassador to the United Nations, filling the vacancy left by the untimely death of Adlai Stevenson.
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ALS To His Sister
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ALS To His Sister

by Carter, Jimmy

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Atlanta: Office of the Governor, 1971. Personalized Letter. Paper. Near fine. Personal letter from Governor Jimmy Carter to his sister, Gloria "Gogo" Carter Spann, dated October 18, 1971.. Single-page letter, written on personal stationery as Governor of Georgia, includes mailing envelope. Horizontal folds. Housed in blue cloth folder, mounted on panels with archival corners and mylar covers. This letter is thanking his sister for the gift of a book, noting that in Atlanta they have the opportunity to attend the opera and requesting Gloria to visit them. Provenance: Swann Galleries, New York, 2021. Gloria Carter Spann (1926-1990) was one of President Jimmy Carter's sisters, known to the family as Gogo. During the Carter Presidency, she tried to maintain a low profile. She became one of the first women inducted into the Harley Davidson 100,000 Mile Club, and she was named the Most Outstanding Female Motorcyclist of 1978. In 1989 she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, like many members of the… Read More
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ALS from Corporal at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana - June 30, 1917
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ALS from Corporal at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana - June 30, 1917

by [World War I: Correspondence]

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Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Indiana: ALS, 1917. ALS. Paper Letter. Fine. Letter from an acting Corporal in Ambulance Company #16, stationed at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, before deployment to Europe in June, 1917.. Two-page letter, written on "Army and Navy Young Men's Christian Association" letterhead. Framed with gray matte, archival glass. This letter is written to "George" in New York. The Corporal spends most of the letter detailing camp life at Ft. Benjamin Harrison, noting that a "about 20,000 soldiers are here at present and over a thousand a day come in." He describes the offices as: "nearly all civilian doctors, who have had training and got in the officer's reserve corps. They are very decent, but occasionally make "bulls." An insightful look at camp life, shortly before deployment to the European Theater. Ambulance Company #16 was part of the 6th Division Medical Regiment, which deployed to France in early 1918. They were initially stationed along a "quiet" part of the line French-German… Read More
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ALS from Medical Officer at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana - 1917
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ALS from Medical Officer at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana - 1917

by [World War I: Medical Officer Training Corp]

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Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Indiana: ALS, 1917. ALS. Paper Letter. Fine. Letter from Harold J. Everett of Portland, Maine, a member of the Medical Officer's Training Corps at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana.. Framed with matte finish, monochrome photograph at center. Original letter in archival sleeve on verso. Letter reads in part: "...about 50 doctors have been drawn from this camp in the past two weeks for duty in France. The other day they made a request for twenty-five more to volunteer for immediate service. I did not placed my name down, preferring to wait for a while yet...The men who leave are ordered to Washington, but from what port they leave I cannot say. I shall all probably be eventually sent to a Foreign country - I am studying French now. The work is very hard....Affectionataly Yours, Harry." Fort Benjamin Harrison was established as a training center for the Indiana National Guard in 1904, located 10-miles north of downtown Indianapolis. During World War I, it became one of the largest… Read More
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ALS from James A. Baker III, the Under Secretary of Commerce
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ALS from James A. Baker III, the Under Secretary of Commerce

by Baker, James A.

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Washington DC: Commerce Department, 1975. Handwritten Letter. paper. Near fine. Handwritten letter from James A. Baker III, the Undersecretary of Commerce to Rev. J. Thomas Bagby, the head of St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Houston. Baker was a member of the church, along with President George H.W. Bush and Barbara Bush.. Handwritten letter, two pages, includes mailing envelope. The letter reads: "Dear Mary Louise & Tom: Greetings from a foreign world. This is a really fascinating job. Far different, however than the private practice of law, where you make decisions promptly + move on. Here it's decisions by consensus - if all Departments don't concur, the President resolves the differences. Probably the way it ought to be but makes for painfully slow decision making - except of course where national security considerations dictate a prompt response. / Really impressed with the caliber of the people in gov't. from say the Deputy Ass't Secty. level up. Intelligent, hard-working, motivated, etc. / We… Read More
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Abbotsford, and Newstead Abbey
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Abbotsford, and Newstead Abbey

by Irving, Washington

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London: John Murray, 1835. First Edition. Leather bound. Near fine. The true first edition of Abbotsford and Newstead Abbey by Washington Irving, published in London in 1835.. Octavo, 290pp. Three-quarter morocco, gilt ruled borders. Five raised bands, title in gilt on spine. Matching marbled paper boards and marbled endpapers. Top edge gilt. The first English edition, published by John Murray in London. Solid text block, light wear to hinges and rubbing to corners. Faint foxing along edges of leaves. A bright, near fine example. BAL State B with advertisement imprint, no priority established. Includes additional plates and illustrations affixed to blank leaves throughout text. Frontispiece portrait of Irving opposite title page. (BAL 10141). This English edition preceded the first American edition, published in the same year, and often confused with the true first issue.
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Abortion And The Conscience Of The Nation; Afterwords By C. Everett Koop and Malcolm Muggeridge
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Abortion And The Conscience Of The Nation; Afterwords By C. Everett Koop and Malcolm Muggeridge

by Reagan, Ronald

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Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1984. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. Fine/fine. Abortion and the Conscience of the Nation, signed by President Ronald Reagan on Presidential bookplate.. Octavo, 95pp, [2]. Blue hardcover, title in gilt on spine, gilt signature on front panel. A first edition, first printing, with no additional printings noted on copyright page. In the publisher's scarce near fine dust jacket, $7.95 on front flap, bright illustrations. Signed by President Ronald Reagan on a presidential bookplate, below an inscription in another hand: "To Loesje Edwards, With appreciation and warm regards." This bookplate is laid into the book. A fine example. Loesje Edwards (Tobin) served in the Reagan Administration as an administrative assistant in the White House Office of Correspondence. She previously served on the staff of Senator Richard Lugar of Indiana.
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Abraham Lincoln And Other Addresses in England
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Abraham Lincoln And Other Addresses in England

by Choate, Joseph H.

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New York: The Century Co, 1910. First Edition. Cloth. Near fine. First edition of Abraham Lincoln and Other Addresses in England by the United States Ambassador to Great Britain, Joseph H. Choate, inscribed to Secretary of State Richard Olney.. Octavo, xi, 293pp. Red cloth, title stamped in gilt. Published "October, 1910" as stated on copyright page. Top edge gilt. Solid text block, appears unread. Light sunning to spine. Includes frontispiece portrait. Inscribed on the first free endpaper in Ambassador Choate's hand: "Hon. Richard Olney, with Mr. Choate's compliments, 15 Nov. 1910." The recipient of this book, Richard Olney (1835-1917), served as the United States Secretary of State from 1895 to 1897 under President Grover Cleveland. Born in 1835, Olney was a prominent lawyer before entering politics. During his tenure as Secretary of State, he dealt with the Venezuela Crisis of 1895, where he advocated for the United States' position against European intervention in the Western Hemisphere. He was… Read More
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Abraham Lincoln, Sein Leben und Seine öffentlichen Dienste; Nach dem Englischen von P.A....
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Abraham Lincoln, Sein Leben und Seine öffentlichen Dienste; Nach dem Englischen von P.A. Hanaford frei bearbeitet von Julius Wurzburger

by Hanaford, Phebe A.

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New York: Haafis & Lubrecht, 1865. First Edition. Cloth. Near fine. The first edition of Abraham Lincoln, Sein Leben und Seine öffentlichen Dienste, translated into German in 1865. The original work, Abraham Lincoln: His Life and Public Service, was also published in 1865 and was the first biography published. Octavo, 189pp, [3]. Publisher's brown pebbled cloth, title in gilt on spine, stamped in blind on cover. Frontispiece portrait of Lincoln with tissue cover. (Sabin 30158) (Monaghan 543) (Monaghan 3780). The first edition consisted of 5000 copies. Other imprints include Cleveland by O.P. Ritter, Boston by B.B. Russell & Company, and Chicago by S.S. Boyden.
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Abraham Lincoln 1809-1858
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Abraham Lincoln 1809-1858

by Beveridge, Albert J.

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Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1928. First Edition / Deluxe Edition. Quarter Leather. Fine. First edition of Abraham Lincoln 1809-1858 by Albert J. Beveridge, in a deluxe binding by Whitman Bennett.. Thick octavo, [two volumes], xxviii, [2], 607pp; vii, [3], 741pp. Three quarter black leather, marbled panels, raised bands on spine with decorative gilt compartments, title in gilt on spine. Bound by Whitman Bennett of New York. Top edge gilt. Clean text and solid binding. Complete with frontispiece portrait in each volume and 16 full page black and white illustrations. An attractive and scarce set by The Riverside Press. (Monaghan 2999). Albert J. Beveridge started his career as a United States Senator from Indiana. After losing his senate seat, he became a historian, writing The Life of John Marshall. This detailed account of the life of the first Chief Justice won Beveridge a Pulitzer Prize for Biography. His final years were spent writing this book, which worked to demystify the early life of… Read More
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Abraham Lincoln 1809-1858
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Abraham Lincoln 1809-1858

by Beveridge, Albert J.

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Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1928. First Edition. Cloth. Near fine. First edition of Abraham Lincoln 1809-1858 by Albert J. Beveridge.. Thick octavo, [two volumes], xxviii, [2], 607pp; vii, [3], 741pp. Blue cloth, title in gilt on spine. Clean text and solid binding. Touch of wear to cloth on Volume II. Complete with frontispiece portrait in each volume and 16 full page black and white illustrations. An attractive set by The Riverside Press. (Monaghan 2999). Albert J. Beveridge started his career as a United States Senator from Indiana. After losing his senate seat, he became a historian, writing The Life of John Marshall. This detailed account of the life of the first Chief Justice won Beveridge a Pulitzer Prize for Biography. His final years were spent writing this book, which worked to demystify the early life of President Abraham Lincoln. After Beveridge's untimely death, the manuscript was handed over to Carl Sandburg for completion.
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Abraham Lincoln 1809-1858; With Illustrations
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Abraham Lincoln 1809-1858; With Illustrations

by Beveridge, Albert J.

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Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company / The Riverside Press Cambridge, 1928. The Manuscript Edition. Hardcover. Very good. The Manuscript Edition of Abraham Lincoln 1809-1858 by Albert J. Beveridge, featuring a handwritten leaf from his original manuscript.. Tall octavo, [four volumes]. Blue hardcover, untrimmed edges. Title in gilt on green paper label affixed to spine. All four volumes with bookplate of J. Thaddeus Rospond, a New Jersey attorney, affixed to front endpaper with faint offsetting to free endpaper. Solid text blocks, each with light wear to corners and small bumps to edges of the spine. Volume I features a leaf of Beveridge's original handwritten manuscript. Each volume contains a frontispiece protected by a tissue guard. From a limited edition of 1,000 copies, this being number 842. Albert J. Beveridge (1862-1927) started his career as a United States Senator from Indiana. After losing his senate seat, he became a historian, writing The Life of John Marshall. This detailed account of the… Read More
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An Account of the Present State of the Hebrides and Western Coasts of Scotland; In Which an...
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Dublin: Printed by M. Graisberry, for Messrs. White, Byrne, McKenzie, Marchbank, Jones, and Moore, 1786. Early Edition. Full calf. Very good. From the library of Commodore Edward Preble, an early edition of An Account of the Present State of Hebrides and Western Coasts of Scotland.. Octavo, [6], clxv, 452pp. Bound in full calf, title in gilt on red morocco label on spine. Front cover split at hinge, still secure. Otherwise solid text block with rubbing to corners and faint foxing along a few leaves. Includes large fold-out map opposite title page in very good condition with faint toning and a closed tear along the bound-in leaf. Map is engraved with full view of Scotland and surrounding islands. Housed in a custom half-calf slipcase with matching chemise. Signed by the previous owner, Commodore Edward Preble, on the title page. Preble's son's name, Edward D. Preble, is stamped on front cover. James Anderson was a Scottish farmer who agreed to survey the fisheries of Scotland when requested to do so… Read More
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Across Africa; With Numerous Illustrations
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Across Africa; With Numerous Illustrations

by Cameron, Verney Lovett

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London: Daldy, Isbister & Co, 1877. First Edition. Full leather. Very good. First edition of Across Africa by Verney Lovett Cameron, two volumes, published in 1877.. Octavo, [two volumes], xvi, 389pp; xii, 366pp. Full blue leather, double gilt-ruled border on covers with florets at corners. Title in gilt over red leather spine labels, five raised bands, gilt embellishments. Turn-ins decoratively stamped in blind with gilt floral board edges. Marbled edges and endpapers. Bound by Relfe Brothers of London. Solid text blocks, wear to covers and edges, light rubbing to gilt on spines. Foxing to endpapers, text blocks generally clean. Bookplate affixed to front pastedown endpaper of Volume I. Contains 33 full-page illustrated plates and document facsimiles. Includes frontispiece in each volume and large fold-out map in rear pocket of Volume I. (Hosken 38) An attractive example. Verney Lovett Cameron (1844-1894) was the first European to travel from one coast of equatorial Africa to the other. Across… Read More
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Across The Sea Of Stars; Introduction by Clifton Fadiman
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Across The Sea Of Stars; Introduction by Clifton Fadiman

by Clarke, Arthur C.

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New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1959. Book Club Edition. Vellum. Very good/very good. Signed copy of Across the Sea of Stars by Arthur C. Clarke, from the private collection of science fiction writer, D. Douglas Fratz.. Octavo, xii, 584pp. Blue faux leather, title printed in white on spine. Top edge dyed green. In book club edition dust jacket, closed tear to bottom edge, bright illustrations, a very good example. Signed by Arthur C. Clarke on personalized bookplate from D. Douglas Fratz. Affixed to title page.
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Across the Plains; with other Memories and Essays
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Across the Plains; with other Memories and Essays

by Stevenson, Robert Louis

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London: Chatto & Windus, 1907. Thirteenth Edition. Leather bound. Very good. Across the Plains by Robert Louis Stevenson in a fine binding by Hatchards of London.. Octavo, viii, [2], 317pp. Three-quarter black morocco, thin gilt trim to covers. Five raised bands, title in gilt on spine. Blue cloth boards. Top edge gilt, marbled endpapers. Bound by Hatchards in Piccadilly. Stated "Thirteenth Edition" on title page. Solid text block, professional restoration to front hinge for stabilization. Light rubbing to corners, faint toning to edges of covers.
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Address By Charles W. Fairbanks; One Hundred and Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Of The Battle Of...
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Address By Charles W. Fairbanks; One Hundred and Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Of The Battle Of Monmouth, Freehold, N.J.

by Fairbanks, Charles W. [Theodore Roosevelt]

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Indianapolis: Levey Bro's & Co., Inc, 1903. First Edition. Original wraps. Very good. Presentation copy to President Theodore Roosevelt from his future Vice President, Charles W. Fairbanks, the first edition of One Hundred and Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Of The Battle Of Monmouth, June 27, 1903.. Octavo, 16pp. Original brown paper wrappers, title printed on cover, bound at spine with string. Light wear to covers, internally clean. Housed in custom blue cloth clamshell, title in gilt over red morocco label on cover. Inscribed on the title page: "To President Roosevelt / with the cordial regards of his friend / Charles W. Fairbanks." An exceptional association copy. (Mansell Imprints, 14660) Not found in Theodore Roosevelt archives or listed in Sagamore Hill Library collection. The celebration in Freehold, New Jersey on June 27, 1903, was attended by New Jersey Governor Franklin Murphy and Indiana Senator Charles W. Fairbanks. Letters were read from President Theodore Roosevelt and former president… Read More
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An Address Delivered In the Church at Princeton, The Evening Before The Annual Commencement Of...
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An Address Delivered In the Church at Princeton, The Evening Before The Annual Commencement Of The College of New-Jersey

by Dallas, George M.

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Princeton: D'Hart and Connolly, 1831. First Edition. Pamphlet. Near fine. Signed by George M. Dallas, the future Vice President under President James K. Polk, the first edition of An Address Delivered In the Church at Princeton, September 27, 1831.. Octavo, [1]-26pp, [1]. Publisher's original paper wraps, title on front cover. Bound at spine with string. This work was published by request of the American Whig - Cliosophic Societies of Princeton University. (Sabin 18320) This work is signed on the front cover: "from Mr. Dallas / 28 Nov. 1831." George M. Dallas (1792-1864) served as the 11th Vice President of the United States from 1845 to 1849 under President James K. Polk. He graduated from the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) in 1810 and subsequently studied law. Dallas entered politics early, serving as the private secretary to Albert Gallatin, a former Treasury Secretary, and then embarked on a diplomatic career, including posts in Russia and Great Britain. Domestically, he served… Read More
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