HOUSEHOLD NAMES: WASHINGTON WRITERS
AND THEIR FRIENDS

 
1. Allen, Robert S. and William V. Shannon. The Truman Merry-Go-Round. New York:
The Vanguard Press, Inc. [c1950]

Inscribed by Allen: To Leon Henderson an old comrade on the merry-go-round, who has always ridden it with courage and honor with warmest esteem Bob Allen.

2. Biddle, Francis. Justice Holmes, Natural Law, and the Supreme Court.
The Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise Lectures, 1960. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1961.

Inscribed by the author: For Siegfried Garbuny with my regards and best wishes - Francis Biddle October, 1961.

3. Block, Herbert. The Herblock Book. Text and Cartoons.
Boston: The Beacon Press [c1952]

Signed by the author: Herb Block.

4. Block, Herbert. Herblock's Here and Now. New York:

Simon and Schuster, 1955.

Signed by the author: Herb Block.

5. Briggs, Emily Edson ("Olivia"). The Olivia Letters. Being Some History
of Washington City for Forty Years as Told by the Letters of a Newspaper Correspondent. New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Company, 1906.

Inscribed by the author: Presented to Judge Alexander Mullvery [?] by Olivia. Washington June 6, 1907.

6. Bruce, David K. E. Seven Pillars of the Republic.
Privately printed, 1936.

Inscribed by the author: For Don Shepard with kind regards from David.

7. Bryan, William Jennings and Mary Baird. The First Battle. A Story of the Campaign
of 1896 by ... Together with a Collection of His Speeches and a Biographical Sketch by His Wife. Chicago: W. B. Conkey Company [c1896]

Inserted presentation leaf completed by the principal author: [Presented to] Hon. Champ Clark of Missouri [By] W. J. Bryan with his compliments [date here] May 21--97.

8. Bryan, William Jennings. The Memoirs of William Jennings Bryan
by Himself and His Wife Mary Baird Bryan. Illustrated. Philadelphia, Chicago, Toronto: The John C. Winston Company [c1925]

First edition, copy no. 65. Inscribed by the author: To Hugh & Grace van Wagenen with best wishes of Wm. Jennings Bryan Dec 25th 1925. With a photograph of the Bryans and two of their bookplates laid in.

9. Buckley, William F. The Best of Wm. F. Buckley Jr. Quotations from
Chairman Bill. Compiled by David Franke. New Rochelle, N.Y.: Arlington House [c1970]

Inscribed by the author on a pasted-in slip: To Miss N[atalie] Lincoln Gratefully Wm F Buckley.

10. Bundy, McGeorge, ed. The Pattern of Responsibility. Edited by
... from the Record of Secretary of State Dean Acheson. Introduction by Douglas Southall Freeman. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1952.

Inscribed by Acheson: To His Excellency Baron Silvercruys whose generous friendship has brought happiness over many years to Dean Acheson January 1952.

11. Byrnes, James F. All in One Lifetime. New York: Harper &
Brothers, Publishers [c1958]

Inscribed by the author (at the request of the recipient's son, John): To Earle Mayfield with birthday greetings from James F. Byrnes April 12, 1959.

12. Carter, Jimmy. The Blood of Abraham. Boston:
Houghton Mifflin Company, 1985.

Signed by the author: J. Carter.

13. Chambers, Whittaker. Odyssey of a Friend: Whittaker Chambers
Letters to William F. Buckley, Jr. 1954-1961. Edited With Notes by William F. Buckley, Jr. Foreword by Ralph Toledano. Privately Printed [National Review, Inc., c1969]

Inscribed by the editor on pasted-in slip: To N[atalie] Lincoln Gratefully Wm F Buckley.

14. A Changing America. Conservatives View the 80s from the United States Senate.
By Senator Pete Domenici [et al.] edited by Senator Paul Laxalt and Richard S. Williamson. South Bend, Indiana: Regnery/Gateway, Inc. [c1980]

Inscribed by Domenici: To My Dear Friend Arthur Burns From Pete V Domenici.

15. Coolidge, Calvin. Have Faith in Massachusetts. A Collection of Speeches
and Messages ... Second Edition Enlarged. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company [c1919]

Inscribed by the author: To George H. O'Connor With regards Calvin Coolidge June 1920.

16. Cranston, Alan. The Killing of the Peace.
New York: The Viking Press, 1945.

Inscribed by the author: For Denys P. Myer, with thanks for his great help in the writing of this book, and with highest regard for his relentless fight for an enduring peace. Alan Cranston.

17. Drinan, Robert F., S.J. Cry of the Oppressed. The History and
Hope of the Human Rights Revolution. San Francisco: Harper & Row, Publishers [1987]

Inscribed by the author: To Joe [Jeffs] with admiration & gratitude Bob Drinan SJ February 1988. With an autograph letter dated February 2, 1988, laid in.

18. Dulles, Allen. The Craft of Intelligence. New York, Evanston,
and London: Harper & Row, Publishers [c1963]

Inscribed by the author: To Otto Guthe, as a reminder of our work together, over many years. With the author's regards. Allen W. Dulles Jan 18, 1964.

19. Dulles, Allen. The Secret Surrender. New York, Evanston, and
London: Harper & Row, Publishers [c1966]

Inscribed by the author: To Otto Guthe, as a reminder of our years of work to-gether, with the esteem of the author. Allen W. Dulles 6 Oct. 1966.

20. Ehrlichman, John. The Company. A Novel. New York: Simon
and Schuster [c1976]

Inscribed by the author: For John Osborne, with sincere respect and admiration for your skill and integrity -- then and now -- John Ehrlichman.

21. [Eisenhower, Dwight D.] Report by the Supreme Commander to the Combined
Chiefs of Staff on the Operations in Europe of the Allied Expeditionary Force 6 June 1944 to 8 May 1945. [Washington: Government Printing Office, 1946]

Inscribed by the "author": To The Baron Silvercruys -- Ambassador of Belgium -- with admiration and esteem and with deep affection for his gallant country. Dwight D. Eisenhower.

22. Farley, James A. Jim Farley's Story. The Roosevelt Years.
New York, Toronto: Whittlesey House, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. [c1948]

Inscribed by the author: To Ann Batchelder with every good wish, James A. Farley.

23. Ford, Gerald R. and John R. Stiles. Portrait of the Assassin.
New York: Simon and Schuster [c1965]

Inscribed by Ford [for Robert K. Walsh]: Warmest personal regards. Gerald R. Ford.

24. Ford, Gerald R. A Time to Heal. The Autobiography. [n.p.]
Harper & Row, Publishers and The Reader's Digest Association, Inc. [c1979]

Inscribed by the author: To Father Healy, with admiration and with appreciation for your many kindnesses. Best regards. Gerald R. Ford.

25. Foster, John W. The Practice of Diplomacy. As Illustrated in
the Foreign Relations of the United States. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1906.

Inscribed by the author: Hon. James B. Scott With the compliments of John W. Foster. Nov. 9 - 06.

26. Grew, Joseph C. Turbulent Era. A Diplomatic Record of Forty Years
1904-1945 ... Edited by Walter Johnson Assisted by Nancy Harvison Hooker. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1952. Two volumes.

Inscribed (in volume 1) by the author: To Ambassador Baron Silvercruys with cordial regards from his old friend and colleague Joseph C. Grew 1952.

27. Harriman, W. Averell. America and Russia in a Changing World.
A Half Century of Personal Observation ... Introduction by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1971.

Inscribed by the author: For Olivia Tesone an oldtime & good Democrat with all best wishes Averell Harriman Feb 18.71.

28. Harriman, W. Averell. Peace with Russia? New York: Simon
and Schuster, 1959.

Inscribed by the author: To Fred. Reinhardt. A wise Muscovite and warm friend Averell Harriman Rome July 1965.

29. Hillman, William. Mr. President. The First Publication from the
Personal Diaries, Private Letters, Papers and Revealing Interviews of Harry S. Truman ... Pictures by Alfred Wagg. New York: Farrar, Straus and Young [c1952]

Inscribed by the author: To Paul Pearlman with best wishes William Hillman and by Truman: Kindest regards to Paul Pearlman Harry S. Truman.

30. Hoover, Herbert. America's First Crusade. New York: Charles
Scribner's Sons, 1942.

Inscribed by the author: To my good friend, Father Edmund A. Walsh from Herbert Hoover and A Happy New Year (anyway).

31. Hoover, Herbert. The Challenge to Liberty. New York, London:
Charles Scribner's Sons, 1934.

Inscribed by the author: To Hon. L. S. Rowe With the Kind Regards of Herbert Hoover.

35. Hoover, Herbert. On Growing Up. Letters to American Boys & Girls
including "The Uncommon Man" and Other Selections ... Edited by William Nichols. New York: William Morrow & Company, 1962.

Inscribed by the author: To Neil MacNeil and family the affections of Herbert Hoover.

36. Hoover, Herbert and Hugh Gibson. The Problems of Lasting Peace. Garden City:
Doubleday, Doran and Company, Inc., 1942.

Inscribed by Hoover: To Father Edmund A. Walsh With the Kind Regards of Herbert Hoover [and by Gibson] & Hugh Gibson.

37. Ickes, Harold L. The Autobiography of a Curmudgeon. New York:
Reynal & Hitchcock [c1943]

Inscribed by the author: To my friend and colleague, Francis Biddle, who never could be a curmudgeon but who might be able to understand one. Harold L. Ickes Sept. 1, 1943.

38. Jackson, Robert H. The Struggle for Judicial Supremacy. A Study
of a Crisis in American Power Politics. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1941.

Inscribed by the author: For Francis Biddle with the friendship and esteem of Bob Jackson.

39. Johnson, Lady Bird. A White House Diary. New York, Chicago,
San Francisco: Holt, Rinehart and Winston [c1970]

Inscribed by the author: To Valerie Earle -- With best wishes Lady Bird Johnson.

40. Kefauver, Estes and Jack Levin. A Twentieth-Century Congress.
New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce [c1947]

Inscribed by Kefauver: For Francis Biddle one of our greatest Americans and always an inspiration to - Estes Kefauver May 1947.

41. Kennedy, Edward M. Decisions for a Decade Policies and Programs
for the 1970s. Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1968.

Inscribed by the author: To Mr & Mrs Hugh Auchincloss who have been friends in the past and I know will be in the future. Ted Kennedy December 1968.

42. Kennedy, John F. Profiles in Courage. New York: Harper & Brothers:
Publishers [c1956]

Signed by the author and inscribed by Jacqueline Kennedy: For Father Wilson with my deepest gratitude for all your comfort and kindness Jacqueline Kennedy.

43. Kennedy, John F. Profiles in Courage. New York: Harper & Brothers:
Publishers [c1961]

Signed by the author and inscribed by Jacqueline Kennedy: For Father McSorley with the deepest appreciation Jacqueline Kennedy June 1964.

44. King, Martin Luther, Jr. Strength to Love. New York, Evanston, and London:
Harper & Row, Publishers [c1963]

Inscribed by the author: To. Miss Lisa Sergio With Best Wishes Martin Luther King Jr. 6/16/63.

45. Kirkpatrick, Jeane. The New Presidential Elite. Men and Women in National
Politics ... with the assistance of Warren E. Miller, Elizabeth Douvan, William Crotty, Teresa Levitin, Maureen Fiedler. New York: Russell Sage Foundation and The Twentieth Century Fund [c1976]

Inscribed by the author: December 28, 1976 for Valerie and Chester [Earle], solidarity forever, Jeane.

46. Kissinger, Henry. White House Years. Boston, Toronto: Little, Brown
and Company [c1979]

Inscribed (with recipient's name misspelled) by the author: To Father Healey Who has contributed the environment which made this book possible. With high regard Henry A. Kissinger.

47. Kristol, Irving. On the Democratic Idea in America. New York, Evanston,
San Francisco, London: Harper & Row, Publishers [c1972]

Inscribed: To Arthur Burns, who will be stimulated, in my judgment, by these writings With admiration & respect Spiro T. Agnew.

48. Leeming, Joseph. The White House in Picture and Story. New York:
George W. Stewart, Publisher, Inc. [c1953]

Inscribed by the author: For Dr. Ira W. Pearlman With all best wishes, Joseph Leeming ---.

49. Lippmann, Walter. The Cold War: A Study in U. S. Foreign Policy. New York,
London: Harper & Brothers Publishers [c1947]

Inscribed (misspelling recipient's first name) by the author: To Allan G. Kirk from his friend, Walt Lippmann Nov. 11, 1947.

50. Lippmann, Walter. The Communist World and Ours. Boston, Toronto: Little, Brown
and Company [c1959]

Inscribed by the author: To Katherine [?] & David Wainhouse from their affectionate friends Helen and Walt Lippmann July 1959.

51. Lodge, Henry Cabot. The Storm Has Many Eyes: A Personal Narrative. New York:
W. W. Norton & Company, Inc. [c1973]

Inscribed by the author: George O'Connor best wishes H. C. Lodge [dated in another hand] 4/4/73.

52. Look, the editors of. The Official Picture History of the Federal
Bureau of Investigation. The Story of the FBI ... with an introduction by J. Edgar Hoover. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1947.

Inscribed by Hoover: To Ira W. Pearlman Best wishes from J. Edgar Hoover 4.16.47.

53. Louchheim, Katie. With or Without Roses. Garden City: Doubleday &
Company, Inc., 1966.

Inscribed by the author: For Helen Burns who knows that: "heaven has no fixed address" pg 24 With warm good wishes Katie Louchheim June 19/73.

54. McIntire, Ross T. White House Physician ... In Collaboration with George
Creel. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons [c1946]

Inscribed by the author: For Dr. Ira Pearlman with kind regards Ross McIntire Surgeon General USN Washington D. C. November 18, 1946.

55. Moynihan, Daniel P., ed. Perspectives on Poverty I. On Understanding Poverty.
Perspectives from the Social Sciences ... with the assistance of Corinne Saposs Schelling. New York, London: Basic Books, Inc., Publishers [c1969]

Inscribed by the editor: To Arthur Burns Who understands! D M June [?] 1969.

56. Neustadt, Richard E. Presidential Power: the Politics of Leadership. New York:
Science Editions, Inc., 1962.

Inscribed by the author: For Dan Ellsberg With warm appreciation for his good opinion of this book! Dick Neustadt New York May 8,1963.

57. O'Neill, Thomas P. Man of the House. The Life and Political Memoirs of
... with William Novak. New York: Random House [c1987]

Inscribed by the author: Doctor Jon J. O'Brien -- The O'Neills think you are great. Many Thanks -- Best Wishes, Tip O'Neill Speaker.

58. O'Toole, G. J. A. Honorable Treachery. A History of U. S. Intelligence, Espionage,
and Covert Action from the American Revolution to the CIA. New York: The Atlantic Monthly Press [c1991]

Inscribed by the author: To William Colby Best wishes, George O'Toole.

59. Pearson, Drew and Jack Anderson. U.S.A.-- Second-Class Power? New York:
Simon and Schuster, 1958.

Inscribed by Pearson: To Robert C. Byrd Who brings new life to the Senate from West Virginia Drew Pearson [and Anderson] Jack Anderson.

60. Perkins, Frances. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Zurich: F. G. Micha-Verlag [c1947]

Inscribed by the author: For Eric Menke June 20--1955 Washington DC. Frances Perkins.

61. Prospect for America. The Rockefeller Panel Reports. Garden City, New York:
Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1961.

In a special presentation binding. Inscribed [in Laurance Rockefeller's hand]: To Arthur Burns -- With much appreciation for all your help and wise counsel Laurance S. Rockefeller [and by] Nelson A. Rockefeller.

62. Roosevelt, Eleanor. The Autobiography. New York: Harper & Brothers
Publishers [c1961]

Inscribed by the author: To Lisa Sergio with admiration & good wishes Eleanor Roosevelt. With a typed letter dated January 9, 1962, laid in.

63. Roosevelt, Eleanor. This I Remember ... Illustrated. New York:
Harper & Brothers Publishers [c1949]

First edition, limited issue, copy no. 640. Signed by the author: Eleanor Roosevelt.

64. Roosevelt, Eleanor. This I Remember ... Illustrated. New York:
Harper & Brothers Publishers [c1949]

Inscribed by the author: Inscribed for Mrs. Earle B. Mayfield with the good wishes of Eleanor Roosevelt.

65. Roosevelt, Franklin D. The Public Papers and Addresses ... with a Special
Introduction and Explanatory Notes ... Volume One. The Genesis of the New Deal 1928-1932. New York: Random House, 1938.

Inscribed by the author: For Harry Hopkins with my affectionate regards Franklin D. Roosevelt.

66. Roosevelt, Theodore. Address of ... on the occasion of the Celebration of
the Hundredth Anniversary of the Birth of Abraham Lincoln. Hodgenville, Ky. February 12, 1909. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1909.

Inscribed by the author: with the regards of Theodore Roosevelt Feb 19th 1909.

67. Sanford, Terry. A Danger of Democracy. The Presidential Nominating Process.
Boulder: Westview Press [1981]

Inscribed by the author: To Ed Cady With appreciation for your many contributions to the Duke community -- Terry Sanford August 20, 1981.

67. Sevareid, Eric. In One Ear: 107 snapshots of men and events which make
a far-reaching panorama of the American situation at midcentury. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1952.

Inscribed by the author: Okay-- you asked for it-- Love-- Eric.

68. Sherwood, Robert E. Roosevelt and Hopkins. An Intimate History
... Illustrated. New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers [c1948]

Inscribed by the author: for Baron Silvercruys, with warm regards, Robert Sherwood January 1949 (This is sent at the suggestion of our friend, Oscar Cox.).

69. Sirica, John J. To Set the Record Straight. The Break-in, the Tapes,
the Conspirators, the Pardon. New York, London: W. W. Norton & Company [c1979]

Inscribed by the author: For my valued friend Father Brian McGrath with my admiration, respect and best wishes for a happy birthday. I hope you enjoy reading my book. John J. Sirica.

70. Stans, Maurice H. The Terrors of Justice. The Untold Side of Watergate.
New York: Everest House Publishers [c1978]

Inscribed by the author: To Arthur [Burns] with best wishes Maury.

71. Stettinius, Edward R., Jr. Lend-Lease. Weapon for Victory. New York:
The Macmillan Company, 1944.

Inscribed by the author: For, Ralph In memory of our happy association Ed.

72. Stevenson, Adlai E. Call to Greatness. New York: Harper & Brothers
Publishers [c1954]

Inscribed by the author: For James P. Murphy -- Adlai E. Stevenson 1954.

73. Stevenson, Adlai E. Major Campaign Speeches ... 1952. With an Introduction
by the Author. New York: Random House [c1953]

Inscribed by the author: To James P. J. Murphy -- with best wishes -- Adlai E. Stevenson 1954.

74. Truman, Harry S. Memoirs ... Volume One. Year of Decisions. Garden City:
Doubleday & Company, 1955.

Inscribed by the author: To William M. Franklin kindest regards from Harry S. Truman 5/10/61.

75. Truman, Harry S. Memoirs ... Volume Two. Years of Trial and Hope. Garden City:
Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1956.

Inscribed by the author: Best wishes to Harry L. Hopkins II from Harry S. Truman 12/18/56.

76. Welles, Sumner. The Time for Decision. New York and London: Harper &
Brothers Publishers [c1944]

Inscribed by the author: For Robert Silvercruys With my most friendly remembrances and with my highest regard - Sumner Welles October 17, 1944--. With typed letter dated October 18, 1944, laid in.

77. Whitehead, Don. The FBI Story. A Report to the People ... Foreword by J. Edgar
Hoover. New York: Random House [c1956]

Inscribed by the author: To Bill and Roz Downs -- Two good friends whose company always is a solid guarantee against boredom, bombast and bad bourbon --- With Affection - Don Whitehead.

78. Will, George F. The Pursuit of Happiness, and Other Sobering Thoughts.
New York, Hagerstown, San Francisco, London: Harper & Row, Publishers [c1978]

Inscribed by the author: For Lauinger Library G. F. Will May 28, 1978.

79. Wilson, Edith Bolling. My Memoir. Indianapolis, New York: The Bobbs-Merrill
Company Publishers [c1939]

Limited edition, no. 32. Signed by the author: Edith Bolling Wilson. Card for requesting special presentation inscription laid in.

80. Wright, Jim. You and Your Congressman. New York: Coward-McCann, Inc. [c1965]

Inscribed by the author: For my respected friend and valued colleague, Bill Murphy, with personal regards and very best wishes -- Jim Wright 1-20-66.


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