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Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books

Ford, Gerald R

Ford, Gerald R. Portrait of the Assassin. Simon and Schuster, New York (1965). With John R. Stiles; First Printing.

Ford, Gerald R. A Time to Heal. Harper and Row, Publishers, New York (1979). the Autobiography of Gerald R. Ford; First Printing. States First Edition and has the full numberline with 1 present on the copyright page; 250 copies.

Ford, Gerald R. Public Papers of the Presidents. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. (1979). Gerald R. Ford, Containing the Public Messages, Speeches, and Statements of the President 1976-77, in Three Books

Ford, Gerald R. A Vision for America. Lord John Press, Northridge (1980). 500 numbered copies.

Ford, Gerald R. Global Stability. Lord John Press, Northridge (1981). An Address by Gerald Ford, Visa International-Quebec, September 8, 1980; Total 400 copies; 100 deluxe copiessigned on last page, Gerald R. Ford.

Ford, Gerald R. Churchill Lecture. Lord John Press, Northridge (1984). An Address by Gerald R. Ford at the English-Speaking Union, London, England November 30, 1983; 250 numbered copies and additional100 numbered copies in paper over boards with gilt stamped vellum spine

Ford, Gerald R. A time to heal. Easton Press., Norwalk (1987). The autobiography of Gerald R. Ford (The Library of the presidents); Laid in is the 8-page pamphlet by Henry Kissinger that serves as an introduction.

Ford, Gerald R. Humor and the Presidency. Arbor House, New York city (1987). Includes many illustrations and cartoons by artists such as Berke Breathed, MacNelly and Conrad among others.

Ford, Gerald R. Greater Grand Rapids. Towery Pub, Memphis (1998). Parks, Peggy J; The City That Works; by Gerald Ford and John Corriveau.