The Government In The Chicago Strike of 1894, also known as The Pullman Strike, by former President Grover Cleveland. From the private collection of Pulitzer Prize winning historian, Allan Nevins.
Twelvemo, v, 49pp. Blue cloth, title in gilt on cover. No additional printings mentioned on copyright page. Frontispiece with tissue cover. Generally clean text. Previous ownership stamp of Nevins on front free endpaper and signed by Nevins on the same page.
This posthumous work by President Grover Cleveland was compiled from lectures he gave at Princeton University, beginning in 1897. He spent his retirement in Princeton, New Jersey, lecturing and writing. He died in 1908 and is buried near the university.