Norwalk, Connecticut: Easton Press, 1987. Collector's Edition. Full Leather. Near Fine+ / No Jacket as Issued. Item #2504
A handsome red leather Limited Collector's edition of the autobiography of former U.S. President Gerald Ford, signed by President Ford. An edition of the Easton Press "Library of the Presidents" series. With 24K gold-gilt cover designs and page edges, bound-in silk bookmark. In fine unread condition, square and solid, but for two very small marks on the gilt edge, very minor. Includes an unattached bookplate and publisher's pamphlet from Easton Press with Introduction by Henry Kissinger. The story begins on August 1, 1974 with a phone call from White House Chief of Staff, Alexander Haig, to discuss the growing Watergate crisis and political problems of then President Richard Nixon. A fascinating book and a rare and important autograph from the late President.
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