Baker, Ray Stannard
Woodrow Wilson Life & Letters: Youth 1856-1890 and Princeton 1890-1910 (TWO VOLUME SET)
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
Garden City, New York U.S.A.
Doubleday Page & Co.
; Two Volume-Set, 1927 printing; (Heavy, Oversize Set); Frontispiece illustration, black & white photographs in both books; Description of both volumes in this set: Volume I is 335 pages with index, Volume II is 373 pages with index; Textblock is tight & clean with unmarked pages (light-small mark on 4 pgs in volume 1-only volume 1 has light gutter exposure between frontfree endpaper/half title page); Remaining description of these 2 books: Fore-edge is rough-trimmed as published; Top of textblock is gilt as published; Boards are black with title in gold to spine; Has modest shelf & edge wear including light bump, very light amount of rubbing; A very good two-volume set; ..... (Mrs. Wilson freely and without reservation, placed in the hands of the author many private papers of Woodrow Wilson, which make up the cornerstone of the work. Following introduction in volume one, listed chapters are: The Wilsons and the Woodrows, Boyhood in Georgia, Adolescence, The Princeton Student, University of Virginia, The Lawyer, Ellen Axson, Johns Hopkins, The Educator, Bryn Mawr, Wesleyan, and index. Volume Two covers: The Princeton Professor, Travels in Europe, The Author, President of Princeton University, The Quad Struggle, The Graduate College Controversy, Appendix, and index. Includes 11 illustrations in volume one, 7 illustrations in volume two (not counting the additional text illustrations).
WOODROW WILSON BIOGRAPHY LIFE & LETTERS 1856-1910 PRINCETON, PRESIDENT AMERICAN HISTORY