Lafayette in America in 1824 and 1825, or, Journal of travels in the United States /

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Main Author: Levasseur, Auguste.
Corporate Authors: Sleight & Robinson, (Printer)
McCormick Theological Seminary Collection (Newberry Library)

Roger S. Baskes Collection (Newberry Library)
Other Authors: Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier, marquis de, 1757-1834.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published:New-York : White, Gallaher & White, Collins & Hannay, E. Bliss, W.B. Gilley, Collins & Co., J. Leavitt, and W. Burgess, Jr., 1829.
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The Newberry Library

Location: General Collection 2nd floor

Call Number: E207.L2 L413 1829
Source of Material: McCormick Theological Seminary Gift 2008
Former Ownership History: Bookplate: Lane Seminary Library Affiliated with McCormick Theological Seminary, Chicago.
Forms part of the McCormick Theological Seminary Collection at the Newberry Library.
Library Has (Summary): v. 2
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Location: Special Collections 4th floor

Call Number: VAULT Baskes E207.L2 L413 1829b
Former Ownership History: Forms part of the Roger S. Baskes Collection at the Newberry Library.
Extra-illustrated, principally with portraits of Lafayette and other men of the 18th and 19th centuries; engravings of scenes from American history and of American monuments and buildings; and maps of the United States.
Bound in v. 1 is autograph letter of Lafayette, dated "Newyork, July 13th, 1829", regarding the school for boys in New York City established by Louis and Hyacinth Peugnet, former officers in the French army.
Illustrated bookplate: From the library of Wm. H. Bartlett, Vermejo Park, NM.
Bookplate of Earle Constance Crowe.
Binding Note: Full tan leather; gold-stamped text on spine: Lafayette in America, 1824-25. Levasseur. Vol. I-[II]. Extra illustrated, 1829.
Library Has (Summary): v.1-v.2
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