Give the Man Room: The Story of Gutzon Borglum

New York: Bobbs-Merrill, 1952. 1st. Hardcover. Octavo. 326pp. Photo-illustrations. Green cloth with gilt lettering in color printed dustjacket. Laid in is a 30pp. pamphlet titled "Gutzon Borglum: A Brief Sketch of His Life and Work" written by Mrs. Mary Borglum and published by the Mount Rushmore Memorial Society most likely following her husband's death in 1941. The pamphlet includes a listing of the public monuments and memorials created by Borglum. Additionally laid in are related newspaper clippings. A near fine copy (minor wear to extremities; barely discernible marks to front board; owner inscription) in near fine dustjacket (chips to spine ends & corners; slight spine fading). Item #9576

The story of the sculptor who carved the faces of America's heroic dead on granite mountains, most prominently, Mount Rushmore.

Price: $125.00

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