Adlai Stevenson's Veto 1949.
(Amsterdam: 1971). (44)ff. One of 250 copies. Stevenson's delightfully amusing reasons for vetoing a bill passed by the Illinois State Legislature that would have required cats to be leashed. Printed from the calligraphy of Alice Garman and illustrated by her. Garman was a renowned artist and the wife of Dr. Horodisch, the distinguished Dutch bookseller. Includes prospectus. Slight bend to the back cover, else fine in gilt-stamped brown leather. (Bromer and Edison, pp. 160-161). (1 15/16 by 1 13/16; 48x50mm.). (Item ID: 20580)
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