New York: Harper and Brothers, 1928. First Edition. Octavo. Item #028681
. 309 pages, illustrated. Paul Angle, the Lincoln historian, notes that the book makes available a considerable amount of new material. There is an extract, several pages in length, from a diary kept by the author's mother while a guest at the White House. Numerous telegrams from Mrs. Lincoln to Lincoln are printed for the first time and the concluding years of her life are, in large part, set forth by her own correspondence. A valuable study for its unique contribution. Bound in maroon cloth pictorially stamped in blind, lettering gilt, spine lettering gilt. A very good copy with only slight wear to corners.