History of Saint Andrew’s Society of the State of New York 1756-1906

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Octavo, 294pp. Blue-gray cloth, printed label title on spine, silver gilt decoration on cover. Top leaf gilt, uncut. Contemporary spine repair. Limited edition of 750 signed copies, this being number 398 signed by author. Book includes signature of Andrew Carnegie on front end paper.
Comments: Founded in 1756, the Saint Andrews Society is the oldest charitable institution in the state of New York. It provided for the “needy Scots” of New York City. The signature of Andrew Carnegie features prominently on the front end paper. Additional signatures include: Robert Frater Munro, George Austin Morrison, John Reid, W. Butler Duncan and William Lyall.

Additional information

Location Published

New York

Publisher

Evening Post Job Printing Press

Edition

Limited Edition

Date Published

1906

ISBN
Binding

Cloth

Condition

Very good

Jacket Condition
Author

Morrison, George Austin [Carnegie, Andrew]