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    Gerald Ford Signed Special Edition of A Time to Heal. The Autobiography of Gerald Ford. Norwalk: Easton Press, 1987. First Easton edition. Signed by former President Ford on a special leaf bound in front "Gerald R. Ford." Large octavo. 454 pages including the index. Specially bound in the publisher's full red leather, decoratively stamped with gilt Republican elephants, with gilt spine titles. Four raised bands at the spine. Gilt edges to all pages. Black and white photographs throughout. With a printed booklet of a Special Introduction by Dr. Henry Kissinger and a blank, unadhered bookplate.

    Condition: Sound binding. Boldly signed. Light wear to exterior.


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    November, 2020
    12th Thursday
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