1. Forever Free and With Malice Toward None. New York: William Morrow & Company, 1927.
1927 and 1928. Original Publisher’s box set, two volumes. Both volumes signed and inscribed by the author at front free endpaper. With Malice Toward None is a First Edition, a “novel of the last two years of the Civil War preceding the fall of Richmond... and the bitter political struggle after reconstruction plans between Lincoln and the man he loved - Senator Charles Sumner.” Near Fine in an almost Near Fine dustjacket. Forever Free is an Early Printing, a novel of Abraham Lincoln as he is “going through the spiritual struggle culminating in the Emancipation Proclamation, the struggle to master himself, to compel true cooperation in his Cabinet and effective warfare by his generals - all against the background of domestic life and social intrigue.” Near Fine in an almost Near Fine dustjacket. Publisher’s box is nearly Very Good with worn edges. Item #19533