First Edition "John Marshall in Diplomacy and in Law" and More Books
|Title and Author/Editor||John Hancock: The Picturesque Patriot (Lorenzo Sears), John Marshall and the Constitution: A Chronicle of the Supreme Court (Edward S. Corwin), John Marshall in Diplomacy and in Law (Lord Craigmyle with an introduction by Nicholas Murray Butler), Some Account of the Life and Services of William Blount, an Officer of the Revolutionary Army, Member of the Continental Congress, and of the Convention Which Framed the Constitution of the United States, Also Governor of the Territory South of the Ohio River, and Senator in Congress U.S. 1783–1797 (Marcus J. Wright)|
|Genre||Biography, Autobiography and Memoirs, History, Law|
|Binding||Cloth on board, Cloth on board with gilt accents|
|Publisher or Printer||Little, Brown and Company, Yale University Press, Charles Scribner’s Sons, E. J. Gray|
|Publication Year||1913, 1919, 1933, 1884|
|Period||Late 19th/ Early 20th Century, Antique, Vintage|
|Place of Publication||Boston, New Haven, CT, New York, Washington, D.C.|
|Edition Statement||First Edition|
|Ex-Libris||Cincinnati Law Library|
|Number of Books||4|
- generally tight bindings; slightly loose hinges; rubbing, soiling, discoloration, residue, and wear to boards and backstrips; bumped spines and corners; page toning; former library copies with call numbers, labels, and stamps.
- measures John Hancock: The Picturesque Patriot.