New York: Bernard Geis Associates, 1953. First edition; signed and inscribed. Octavo in 1/2 blue and off-white cloth with black and white DJ in brodart; VG/VG; navy blue letters on spine; minimal soiling and shelf wear on DJ; paper age-toned; pp. 315; contains two sets of centerfold photographs; Truman's dedication and signature to Joseph Duffy, Executive Director of the American Booksellers Association on first title page; four, one page TLS and envelopes in fine condition include: 1/18/60 references an attached copy of a letter from Truman to Geis (the publisher) regarding Truman speaking at the Convention; 1/27/60 informs Joseph Duffy that Truman is complimented to speak; 2/9/60 tells Duffy Truman hopes to be present (penciled "file" on top left); 6/10/60 is a thank you note for flowers, "thoughtfulness and courtesies extended to me"; all in good condition; shelved in Case # 5; TM consignment. Dupont. (Inventory #: 9-58-1260393)
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