Memorial Addresses on the Life and Character of Thomas A. Hendricks Vice-President of the United States January 26 and February 2, 1886

Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1886. First Edition. Quarto. Item #008508

168pp. Known for his strong view of segregation and his belief in white supremacy, he represented the previaling views of the time in Indiana. He became the running mate of Grover Cleveland but died less than nine months after assuming office. A collection of memorial addresses by member of Congress, including Voorhees, Ransom, Owens, Evarts. The interior is clean and tight; there is spotting to outer pages. The outer cloth boards are rubbed and stained, with bumped corners. Otherwise the gilt lettering is bright on the cover, and the spine is un-lettered.

Price: $40.00