The Moscow Kremlin: Its History, Architecture, and Art Treasures [Inscribed and Signed to William Randolph Hearst, Jr.]
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1954. Very Good + / Very Good. Item #11978
Berkeley: University of California, 1954. First Edition. Quarto; publisher's cloth in cream pictorial dust jacket retaining original price ($10.00); xiii,,147pp.; tipped in color frontispiece, 111 illus. printed on 46 leaves, including two additional tipped in color plates, pictorial endpapers and text illus. throughout. Shallow chipping along the upper jacket margins, jacket extremities and spine panel rather toned, brief soil spot to front panel, light edge wear to cloth corners and spine ends, else Very Good overall, internally clean and sound.
Inscribed and signed by the author on front free endpaper: "To Mr. William Randolph Hearst, Jr., whose recent visit to the Moscow Kremlin contributed much to a clearer understanding of Russia and its leaders, my best wishes for success in his efforts to relieve world tensions. Sincerely, Arthur Voyce / May 11, 1955."
William Randolph Hearst, Jr., son of the influential newspaperman, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for his writings based on the above-mentioned visit, including the interviewing of Nikita Khrushchev.