American State Papers and Related Documents on Freedom in Religion. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald, 1949. 8vo. Photographic frontispiece and plates and illustrations in text. Specially bound in black leather, with name "Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt" gilt-lettered on front cover. -- [NEW YORK STATE]. The Executive Mansion in Albany. An Informal History 1856-1960. [Albany: 1960]. 4to. Photographs and illustrations in text. Original wrappers. Laid-in calling card of Mrs. Nelson A. Rockefeller. (3) " /> [ROOSEVELT, Eleanor, her copies.] Three presentation volumes from the Library of Eleanor Roosevelt relating to American history and her political life with FDR, comprising: [DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION]. <I>Official Report of the Proceedings of the Democratic National Convention Held at Chicago, Illinois July 15th to July 18th, inclusive 1940.</I> [Washington, 1940]. 8vo. Photographic frontispiece and plates. Specially bound in black limp leather, with Eleanor Roosevelt's name gilt-lettered on front cover. FIRST EDITION, PRESENTATION COPY. Laid-in typed letter signed from W.N. Janson presenting the volume to Mrs. Roosevelt: "My dear First Lady: Please accept this copy of the Official Proceedings of the Democratic National Convention of 1940 for your personal use and possession. With best wishes, Sincerely, W.N. Janson." This is the official proceedings for the convention marking FDR's third term. FDR asked Eleanor to attend this convention because of controversies associated with having Henry Wallace as his Vice President. After Eleanor Roosevelt addressed the convention, these controversies were resolved and Henry Wallace served as VP. -- BLAKELY, William Addison, editor. <I>American State Papers and Related Documents on Freedom in Religion.</I> Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald, 1949. 8vo. Photographic frontispiece and plates and illustrations in text. Specially bound in black leather, with name "Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt" gilt-lettered on front cover. -- [NEW YORK STATE]. <I>The Executive Mansion in Albany. An Informal History 1856-1960.</I> [Albany: 1960]. 4to. Photographs and illustrations in text. Original wrappers. Laid-in calling card of Mrs. Nelson A. Rockefeller. (3) | Christie's