Remarks by Mr. Carnegie at the Peace Dinner in New York, December 30, 1911, With Copies of Ten Letters From Leading Democratic Statesmen. Andrew Carnegie.

Remarks by Mr. Carnegie at the Peace Dinner in New York, December 30, 1911, With Copies of Ten Letters From Leading Democratic Statesmen

New York: American Association for International Conciliation, December 1911. No Edition Stated. Small 8vo (7 3/4 x 5 1/4 inches; 196 x 131 mm), 13, [3] pages, in stapled wrappers. Text of a speech by Andrew Carnegie, president of the New York Peace Society, on how Democratic politicians responded favorably to a call for the U.S. to embrace an arbitration treaty to settle international disputes. Carnegie read the replies at a "peace dinner" in New York. The text was published in a Special Bulletin of "International Conciliation," the house organ of the American Association for International Conciliation, one of several peace organizations financed by Carnegie. This pamphlet is rare. OCLC FirstSearch shows no institutional holdings. Nor were there any copies in commerce as of August 9, 2019. RARE. Item #2012

CONDITION: A bit of soiling to wrappers, staples rusted, slight creasing to a few pages but otherwise, clean, bright, and unmarked. A Very Good or better copy.

Price: $100.00

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