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    Millard Fillmore Twice Signed Copy of Annual of Scientific Discovery: or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art. Edited by David A. Mills. Boston: Gould and Lincoln, 1856. 8vo, xxiv, 408 pages. Indexed. Signed twice, first on title page: "Millard Fillmore, May 08, 1862." The second signature, "Millard Fillmore, May 18, 1861" appears on front pastedown endpaper. From Fillmore's personal library. Brown, blind stamped cloth over boards. Blind and gilt stamped spine. Engraved portrait of Joseph Henry with facsimile signature. Light soiling on the page fore edge. Bumped corners. Chipping at foot of spine. Head of spine is detached. Light shelf wear to boards. Adhesive staining on front and rear endpapers.


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    4th-5th Thursday-Friday
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