1972. unbound. 1 full page, 11 x 8.5 inches, no place, no date, circa 1972 -- an excerpt from his Pulitzer Prize-winning book "Roosevelt: The Soldier of Freedom," in small part: "...Following the beat of muffled drums the little procession toiled up the steep, winding, graveled road, past a small stream running full and fast, past the ice pond, with its surface a smoky jade under the overhanging hemlocks, past the budding apple trees and the lilacs and the open field, and emerged onto the height...Behind the coffin, borne now by eight servicemen, Eleanor Roosevelt and her daughter, Anna, and her son Elliott moved into the rose garden..." Boldly signed at the conclusion and in very good condition. American historian and political scientist best known for his biography on the 32nd president, "Roosevelt: The Soldier of Freedom," for which he earned a Pulitzer Prize in 1971. (Inventory #: 266571)
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