Octavo, xiii, , 340pp. Green publishers cloth, title in gilt on spine, clover in red, white and blue on cover. Frontispiece portrait opposite title page, covered with tissue. 23 illustrated plates. Light wear to top edge of spine, otherwise near fine. An exceptional copy.
Comments: Winfield Scott Hancock was an army officer, serving with distinction during the Mexican-American War and as a union general during the Battle of Gettysburg. He was nominated for President of the United States in 1880 by the democrats, but lost to Republican James A. Garfield.