New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1946. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/very good. 8vo. Tan cloth in original printed dust jacket. Near fine in a very good DJ. Small chips and tears to jacket (1" chip to rear). Mild rubbing. Black top stain. Book sharp and clean overall. Interior bright and unmarked throughout. Good and sound. 154pp.
A look at the story of Lydia Bixby, to whom Lincoln wrote a letter in consolation for the death of her sons in the Civil War. (Inventory #: 19155)
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