By Marshall Everett, "The Great Descriptive Writer and Friend of the Martyr President." You can read the flyleaf's effusions for yourself, but it is "profusely illustrated" with "eventful scenes," etc. and so on.
It also is a bit down at heel on first glance -- worn corners and edges, advanced toning -- but the croc-look embossed covers and marbled page edges are still present and pretty neat, and although the hinges are a bit loose up front, the pages are holding firm. And those eventful-scene renderings are a real window into hagiographic biography at the turn of the last century. A unique find.