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1st item: James Parton: LIFE OF ANDREW JACKSON. Mason Bros. 1863 (first edition). Brown cloth boards with gilt lettering. 479 pp including index, frontspiece engraving by H. B. Hall from a painting by Earl. Fair condition with wear to spine and edges, some foxing to interior pages, interior binding split. 2nd item: Charles Grier Sellers, Jr. JAMES K. POLK, JACKSONIAN 1795-1843. Princeton University Press, 1957. Rare. Red cloth boards with gilt lettering and illustrated green paper dustjacket. 526 pages including index and some illustrations. Very good condition with edge wear and toning to dust jacket. 3rd item: Stanley Horn: THE HERMITAGE, HOME OF OLD HICKORY. Garrett & Massie, 1938. Autographed with personal inscription by author. Red cloth boards with inset illustration and paper spine label. 225 pages including index. Well illustrated history of Jackson's home, The Hermitage. Overall light wear, grime, and warping to boards. Includes a 1940s color illustrated postcard of the Hallway at The Hermitage. 4th item: Alfred Leland Crabb, ANDREW JACKSON'S NASHVILLE. Published by the Public Library of Nashville to celebrate the opening the Nashville Room, 1966. Paper pamphlet with blue velveteen covers having gilt lettering and tassel and cord. 20 pp. Autographed by author. Light wear and fading to covers. Rare. Book sizes range from 8"-9" H. Condition: SEE ITEM DESCRIPTION.