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PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH – BOOK SIGNED CIRCA 1995 CO-SIGNED BY: DOLPH BRISCOE, PRESTON SMITH, ANN W. RICHARDS, WILLIAM P. CLEMENTS, JR., MARK WHITE

GEORGE W. BUSH: TEXAS GOVERNORS George W. Bush and five Texas governors sign a book. Book signed: “George W Bush”, “Ann Richards”, “Mark White”, “Dolph Briscoe”, “Preston Smith” and “W. P. Clements Jr.”, signed on limitation page, 178p, 9¼x12¼, hardcover. The Capitol of Texas: A Legend is Reborn, by Michael E. Ward, Longstreet Press, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia. “Exclusive limited edition printing/of one thousand copies of/which this is copy number/[no number filled in]“. “A pictorial tour of the Lone Star statehouse, presented by staff members of the Austin American-Statesman and dedicated to all Texans, past, present and future.” A history of the Texas Capitol Building is accompanied by many historical and contemporary photographs, most of the latter in color. The signers, all Governors of Texas, include everyone who occupied the office between January 15, 1969, when Preston Smith took office, until December 21, 2000, when George W. Bush resigned the office prior to assuming the office of President of the United States. The Governors were PRESTON SMITH (1969-1973), DOLPH BRISCOE (1973-1979), WILLIAM P. CLEMENTS, JR. (1979-1983, 1987-1991), MARK WHITE (1983-1987), ANN RICHARDS (1991-1995) and GEORGE W. BUSH (1995-2000). Fine condition. For more information contact HistoryForSale. DOCUMENT 268590

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