Item #13184 Granville Massachusetts to Ohio: A Story of the Migration and Settlement [Signed and Inscribed to Victor H. Kramer]. Horace King.
Granville Massachusetts to Ohio: A Story of the Migration and Settlement [Signed and Inscribed to Victor H. Kramer]

Granville Massachusetts to Ohio: A Story of the Migration and Settlement [Signed and Inscribed to Victor H. Kramer]

Very Good / Very Good. Item #13184

Granville, OH: The Granville Sentinel Publishing Company, 1989. First Edition, First Printing (stated). Signed by the author to noted antitrust-turned-public-interest attorney and law professor Victor H. Kramer and his wife Solveig, with inscription "To: Victor Kramer who taught me to sail, then we were shipwrecked with me at the help! And to Solveig, lovely wife, who shares our friendship as a good neighbor. Horace King 10-Dec-1989."

Quarto (11.25" x 8.75"); [xii], 275pp. Color frontis portrait of King; illustrations throughout. Printed blue and white dust jacket over navy cloth with white lettering to spine. Jacket shelfworn with a few shallow chips and tears, along with a small ringstain to front, scuffs down joints and folds, and some general smudging to surface. Boards are sturdy and solid. Spine lightly cocked, with some nudging at spine ends. Binding is sound and pages unmarked.

Signee "Vic" Kramer co-founded the Center for Law and Social Policy, and was the first director of the Institute for Public Representation at Georgetown University, focusing on public interest law and education after abruptly leaving a successful career in corporate law. His Washington Post obituary quotes a colleague from Joseph Goulden's 1972 book The Superlawyers, "Well, he took a year's leave to help found the Center for Law and Social Policy, a public-interest firm, and then sent word to Arnold and Porter that he wasn't returning; finished, just like that, tossing over a $200,000-a-year partnership and casting his lot with those...kids who are always yakking about consumerism and berating Washington lawyers..."

Price: $50.00

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