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WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, Book Signed by his Wife

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AutographsWilliam Jennings Bryan’s Book Signed by His Wife

(WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN), American Political Leader, & MRS. MARY BAIRD BRYAN.
Book Signed and Inscribed in black ink, “To Mrs. M.J. Dunlap, Jacksonville, Ill/ With compliments/ Mr. & Mrs. W.J. Bryan/ May 1 1908,” on William Jennings Bryan’s “The Old World and Its Ways,” 1907, First printing, The Thompson Publishing Company: St. Louis, 575 pages, 6.5” x 9.5,” Fine. Written by William Jennings Bryan, the book describes “A Tour Around the World and Journey’s Through Europe.” There is a slight smear on the “Bryan” in the autograph. The spine is cracked and there is some general wear to the cover but the inscription is crisp and bright.

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WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, Book Signed by his Wife

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Jun 12, 2005
Starting Price $300
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AutographsWilliam Jennings Bryan’s Book Signed by His Wife

(WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN), American Political Leader, & MRS. MARY BAIRD BRYAN.
Book Signed and Inscribed in black ink, “To Mrs. M.J. Dunlap, Jacksonville, Ill/ With compliments/ Mr. & Mrs. W.J. Bryan/ May 1 1908,” on William Jennings Bryan’s “The Old World and Its Ways,” 1907, First printing, The Thompson Publishing Company: St. Louis, 575 pages, 6.5” x 9.5,” Fine. Written by William Jennings Bryan, the book describes “A Tour Around the World and Journey’s Through Europe.” There is a slight smear on the “Bryan” in the autograph. The spine is cracked and there is some general wear to the cover but the inscription is crisp and bright.

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