Triumph in Paris - David SchoenbrunHarper & Row, 1976, Hardback in Dust Wrapper.
Condition: Very Good - in Poor DJ. Large closed tears to head and tail of spine of the DJ, further rubbing to the corners and a little soiled. Gently bruised at head and tail. Text bright and tight.
Maps to the endpapers. Tells the story of the man who took the American Revolution to Europe and kept it alive there. In 1776, Franklin diplomat, lover, scientist, writer and bon vivant extraordinaire - postponed his long-overdue retirement and, at age seventy, went to Paris to negotiate America's first foreign alliance and secure the arms, men and money that made our independence possible.