It's still news, Mr. President!: stories about our presidents from the newspapers of their days; what contemporary writers thought of Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and our other chief executives during the first hundred years of our democracy
The Printery, 1969 - Biography & Autobiography - 105 pages
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