An antique, Victorian period leather bound political book. Details rise and progress of political parties, notes, essays, statistical data, and views of politicians on domestic and foreign policy. Includes interesting 1895 student report card found inside cover.
The American Statesman: A Political History. Exhibiting the origin, nature and practical operation of constitutional government in the United States; the rise and progress of parties; and the views of distinguished statesmen on questions of foreign and domestic policy; with an appendix, containing explanatory notes, political essays, statistical information, and other useful matter.
Derby and Jackson (New York, NY)
Full brown leather hardcover. Marbled edges
Black and white and color photographs
Andrew W. Young (American, 1802-77)
Mid 19th century
Width 6 Depth 3 Height 9 inches
Note: some water damage on endpapers and foxing throughout. Leather covers with blind stamping exhibit shelf wear and rubbing.