Octavo, 386pp. Purple cloth, gilt title on spine, shelf wear at edges. Top edge gilt, uncut edges. Dust jacket in very good condition, light wear at edges, $3.50 price on front flap, bright illustrations. Published as a limited edition of 1000 signed copies, this being number 350 of 1000.
Comments: Edith Bolling Wilson was the second wife of Woodrow Wilson, marrying in 1915 during his first term as President. After President Wilson suffered a stroke, she took an active role in managing his schedule and flow of communications. In this memoir, she claims that she played a role in the “stewardship” of his administrations, while other historians have asserted that she took control of the Executive Branch of government.