Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1923. First Edition. Hardcover. Inscribed and signed "For Miss Rosemary Street with compliments from Charnwood." xx,232 pages, index. Frontis photo of Roosevelt. Red cloth with embossed cameo design, titles in gilt, octavo. Corners bumped, minor edgewear, textblock square and tight. Very Good in Fair Dustjacket. Item #76169
Note: Rosemary Street was the daughter of the writer Julian Street, who wrote "The Most Interestng American" which was about Theodore Roosevelt. In fair only dust jacket which is tape repaired, chipped, worn and torn. Jacket is in a mylar protector. Interior of the book is clean with some general toning as usual due to age.