A limited edition printing of The Inaugural Address of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, limited to 150 copies, printed by The Harbor Press for private distribution.
Octavo, , 14pp, . Gray wrappers, bound at spine with linen thread. Title printed on front cover. Title page with black text and blue decorative illustration. Uncut edges, printed on gray paper stock. Blemish on back cover, not affecting text. Issued without dust jacket. A fine copy, designed by John S. Fass for Roland Wood. (Halter T-548) From a limited edition of 150 copies, not individually numbered. (Horowitz, 47).
This printing of the 1933 Inaugural Address followed a limited edition presentation edition of 10 copies, bound in full calfskin (Halter T-546) and second publication of 30 copies from The Harbor Press (Halter T-548). No copies of the full calfskin edition have appeared on the market since publication. A small number of this limited edition of 150 copies have appeared for sale. Upon receipt of the books, President Roosevelt wrote to The Harbor Press noting: “This volume reflects high credit upon the producers. The quality of this publication, both from the standpoint of binding and typography, is outstanding. I shall treasure it.”