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Mornings On Horseback. by  David McCullough - Signed First Edition - 1981 - from Raptis Rare Books and Biblio.co.uk

Mornings On Horseback.

by McCullough, David

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New York: Simon & Schuster, 1981. First edition of the historian's National Book-Award winning biography on Theodore Roosevelt. Octavo, original half cloth. Signed by David McCullough in a contemporary hand on half-title page. Fine in a fine price-clipped dust jacket. Jacket design by Richard Mantel. A very bright example. Hailed as "a masterpiece" Mornings On Horseback won The Los Angeles Times 1981 Book Prize for Biography and the National Book Award for Biography.


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