Statue of Zachariah Chandler : Erected in Statuary Hall of the United States Capitol by the State of Michigan, 1914

By: Couden, Henry N.

Price: $15.00

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Book Condition: Very Good+ with no dust jacket


90 pages; 4to (10.5") 23 cm; Hardcover, dark olive-green cloth, gilt lettering, 90 pages, brief biography of sculptor Charles Henry Niehaus, b/w frontispiece photo of stature with tissue guard. ; Statuary Hall hold two statues from each US State of their most celebrated statesmen. Zachariah Chandler was an anti-slavery politician, Senator, mayor of Detroit, anti-corruption head of Department of Interior, etc. This book includes invocations and speeches by the Rev. Henry N. Couden, statue committee chairman Arthur H. Vandenberg, Senators William Alden Smith, Jacob H. Gallinger and Charles E. Townsend, Lieut. Gov. John Q. Ross, supreme court justice H. B. Brown, many more. ; Top part of front cover is slightly faded. Otherwise book shows very little wear. Owner name in old ink on front endpaper. No other defects.

Title: Statue of Zachariah Chandler : Erected in Statuary Hall of the United States Capitol by the State of Michigan, 1914

Author Name: Couden, Henry N.

Categories: Biography,

Publisher: Government Printing Office: 1914

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good+ with no dust jacket

Item: 0.50 lbs

Seller ID: 16191

Keywords: Statues ; Politics ; Political Science ; Ceremonies ; Detroit ; Michigan History ; District of Columbia ; American History ; Americana ;,