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    William H. Taft Signed Copy of Ethics in Service. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1915. The twenty-seventh president has signed "Wm H Taft" on the front free endpaper. The book is a collection of lectures given before a class of the Sheffield Scientific School in 1914. 12mo, 101 pages. First edition. Publisher's cloth over boards with publisher's information in gilt on the spine and attached spine label with titles in gilt.

    Condition: Lightly bumped corners and mild wear to the covers, else fine.


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