Builders of Democracy; The Service, Told in Song and Story, of Those Who Gave Us Freedom, the New Crisis and How It Must Be Met, and the Greater Freedom That Is to Come. AMERICANA, Edwin GREENLAW, NORTH CAROLINA.
Builders of Democracy; The Service, Told in Song and Story, of Those Who Gave Us Freedom, the New Crisis and How It Must Be Met, and the Greater Freedom That Is to Come

Builders of Democracy; The Service, Told in Song and Story, of Those Who Gave Us Freedom, the New Crisis and How It Must Be Met, and the Greater Freedom That Is to Come

Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Company, 1918. First Edition. Cloth. 8vo. 7"x4.5". Grey cloth. 458 pp.
Several scuffs and stains to covers. Front hinge overopened. Pen notes by previous owner inside front cover and on front free endpaper. Occasional pencil notations throughout. Tight binding.
This is a very scarce first edition anthology of writings by early American luminaries. The editor, Edwin Greenlaw, was a Renaissance man of letters at the University of North Carolina, a favorite teacher of Thomas Wolfe, and the man to whom UNC's English Department building, Greenlaw Hall, is dedicated. Good. Item #1203

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