London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1910. Large Octavo; pp 326; G-/no-DJ; green spine with gilt text; original publisher's cloth shows slight sunning to exterior; gilt titles and illustration to front; white borders to front and spine; illustration to spine and rear; some rubbing to edges; text block has slight toning to exterior edges; mild cracking to gutters; lightly stamped few numbers to ffep; previous owner's name to ffep; frontispiece with tissue guard; light offset from tissue guard to title page; interior lightly toned; profusely illustrated with some offset to facing pages; missing fold map in rear; slight crack to gutter at pp 112-113; deckled edges;.
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Theodore Roosevelt Association, 1975. American Revolution Bicentennial edition. Octavo; VG/VG-; Off-white spine with red text; Dust jacket shows very slightly age toned exterior with minor rubbing along edges, covered with mylar and fully intact; Boards are clean, strong and intact with minimal edge wear; Text block has unmarked pages, just slight wear on exterior edges due to handling, tight binding; inscribed by P. James Roosevelt and John A. Gable of the Theodore Roosevelt Association of ffep; pp 232.
New York and London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1886. First Trade Edition. 8vo., 347pp. plus 4 pages of ads; VG-; spine mustard with gilt lettering; mustard colored buckram cloth, beveled edges; spine rebacked in cloth with original spine reapplied; bookplate on front pastedown; second front end paper has inscription, separated; this first trade edition was preceded one year earlier by a deluxe limited edition of 500 copies known as the "Medora" edition; shelved case 1.
New York, NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1923. Memorial Edition. Quartos, 24 volumes; VG; bound in full purple acid-washed leather, paneled spine with gilt lettering and ruling; top edge of text block gilt, others untrimmed; presentation edition, with 1000 copies for sale and 50 for presentation, signature of Edith Kermit Roosevelt on limitation page of volume 1, with a note saying that this is one of the 50 presentation edition, matching limitation page sans signature in all volumes; some volumes have mild scratching to the top edge of text blocks; Volume I: Hunting Trips of a Ranchman, Game Shooting in the West, Good Hunting; with b/w Presidential portrait frontispiece under translucent tissue facing title page, 396 pp. Volume II: Wilderness Hunter, 434 pp. Volume III: Outdoor Pastimes of an American Hunter, 370 pp. Volume IV: A Book Lover's Holidays in the Open, Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail, 614 pp. Volume V: African Game Trails, 484 pp. Volume VI: Through the Brazilian Wilderness and Papers on Natural History, 475 pp. Volume VII: The Naval War of 1812, 492 pp. Volume VIII: Thomas Hart Benton, Gouverneur Morris, 544 pp. Volume IX: Hero Tales from American History, 435 pp. Volume X: The Winning of the West - I, 441 pp. Volume XI: The Winning of the West -II, with sheer moisture seepage stain affecting the bottom right corners of first sheet, half-title and preface i-xxii pages up to table of contents in front and faintly to bottom corner of sheets at volume rear, 438 pp. Volume XII: The Winning of the West III, Men of Action, 638 pp. Volume XIII: The Rough Riders, The Fifth Corps at Santiago, Oliver Cromwell, 461 pp. Volume XIV : Literary Essays, 595 pp. Volume XV: Citizenship, Politics and the Elemental Virtues, 646 pp. Volume XVI: Campaigns and Controversies, 596 pp. Volume XVII: State Papers as Governor and President 1899-1909, 643 pp. Volume XVIII: American Problems, 636 pp. Volume XIX: Social Justice and Popular Rule, 578 pp. Volume XX: America and the World War, Fear God and Take Your Own Part, 534 pp. Volume XXI: The Foes of Our Own Household, The Great Adventure, Letters to His Children, 616 pp. Volume XXII: An Autobiography, 642 pp. Volume XXIII: Theodore Roosevelt and His Time Shown In His Own Letters-I, 581 pp. Volume XXIV: Theodore Roosevelt and His Time Show in His Own Letters-II, with a few whitish marks to front panel, 610 pp.; shelved above Civil War.