New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1930. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo; pp. xii, (2), 3-108; green cloth, gilt; Very good, a lovely copy. Very good. Item #13256
A presentation copy from the author to American sculptor James E. Fraser. Warmly inscribed and dated, December, 11, 1930. Fraser sculpted the statue of TR on horseback at the entrance of the American Museum of Natural History. He also struck a bronze plaque in 1920 that commemorated TR's life and is a very sought after piece in the world of TR collecting, Robison writes,"For J. E. Fraser who has made both Lincoln & my brother, Theodore Roosevelt, live forever, from...." Laid is a calling card from Robinson with the legend "See page 27". On that page appears a poem titled. "To J. E. Fraser's Statue Of Lincoln Seated On A Hillside". Corinne, poet & lecturer was the sister of Theodore Roosevelt.