Doubleday & Company, Inc. New York.,1974.
FIRST EDITION. 8vo. (9.5 x 6.5 inches). Inscribed by the author, and with tipped-in typed letter, signed. The book is warmly inscribed by Eisenhower to Mrs Charles (Jane) Englehard, a prominent donor to White House restoration projects and a close friend of Lyndon B. Johnson, on the front free endpaper. She served on a variety of advisory committees through many administrations from Kennedy to Clinton. The letter acknowledges that the author has signed the book and sent under seperate cover. He also refers to the text of the book, mentioning his view on the Foreign service and wishing Mrs Englehard, and her commission, every success. The book is near fine with just a little creasing to the edges of the dustwrapper. Housed in a blue cloth covered chemise and fine, blue morocco leather spined slip case. Spine with raised bands, decorated with stars and spots. Compartments ruled in blind, lettered and decorated in gilt. Blue cloth on boards. ----- Milton was the Younger brother of Dwight D. Eisenhower and served as president for three major universities, as well as working for Unesco.:.