New York: Frederic A. Brady, Publisher, 1864. Hardcover. 312p., frontis cartoon, preface, publisher's note, bookplate on endpaper, faint dampstain throughout with a touch of foxing, first edition in blind-pressed and gilt-decorated gray cloth boards, poor copy: dust-soiled, gilt titling and cover vignette-decoration is but a memory, heavy wear to edges...
no place [presumably Springfield, IL]: Mid-Day Luncheon Club, 1951. Pamphlet. 7p. 9x6 inches in stapled wraps. Light general soiling. 'Commemorating the 142nd anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln, sixteenth president of the United States of America and first citizen of Springfield." Speech by Detroit-born African-American Dr. Ralph J. Bunche.
Chicago: R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company/The Lakeside Press, 1998. Hardcover. lxxvii, 319p., illustrations in text, very good uniform reprint edition in black cloth boards and gilt. Lakeside Classics series. Reprint of the narrative of the woman who, after buying her freedom, worked as a dressmaker for Mary Todd Lincoln.