Battling For The Right

The Life Story Of Theodore Roosevelt

Year 1910
Edition 1ST
Pages 424
Binding Hardcover
Condition Very Good
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1910 n.p. First edition. Red cloth lettered in black, tipped on photo of T.R. on the front cover. Profusely illustrated with photographs. "Battling For The Right: The Life Story of Theodore Roosevelt Including An Account Of His African Expedition." Including His Early Life Struggles and Victorious Public Career; His Principles and Policies; The Story Of His African Trip; His Memorable Journey Through Europe; And His Leadership in the Battle For Human Rights. By Charles Morris, the famous historical writer. Profusely illustrated with black and white photographs, engravings and a map. Includes his before The University of Paris, April 23, 1910- entitled Citizenship In A Republic, A World League of Peace- Oration delivered at Christiania, Norway, May 5, 1910, The World Movement- Address before the University of Berlin, May 12, 1910, Biological Analogies in History- Romanes Lecture at Oxford University, June 7, 1910. Very well written and informative volume in very good condition, which is very rare for this title. Pages clean and complete- Spine straight- showing minor sun fade, oval pastedown on cover in very good condition. Very minor wear to extremities. gilt shows some fading. Corners of covers are sharp. 424 pages.