Wilson, Rufus Rockwell. Lincoln in Caricature: 165 Poster Cartoons and Drawings for the Press. Elmira, NY: The Primavera Press, Inc., 1945. 
Original 4 pp. prospectus and price slip laid in.
No. 90 of 600 copies printed, signed by the author on the limitation page.
Maroon cloth, gilt titles, 9 1/4 x 12 1/4 inches, spine sunned, some stains and streaks to the binding, hinges and joints fine. xv. (5) 331 pp.; clean, tight. Good. Hardcover.
165 full-page plates arranged chronologically, with a full explanation of each. A greatly expanded edition of the original 1920 limited edition of less than 200 copies.
"Four upwards of four decades the author of Lincoln in Caricature has pursued with zeal and diligence the study of an interesting and significant subject, slowly yet steadily gathering new material as opportunity arose, both at home and abroad, and now places at the command of libraries and students a new edition of his earlier work which includes, with appropriate comment, 165 reproductions of poster cartoons and drawing for the press - more than five fold the number included in the original offering. Care has been taken to determine, wherever possible, the exact date of appearance of each cartoon. And it is the sincere belief of the author that, studied in order, these plates present an arresting view of the hasty, harsh and often mistaken judgments to which Abraham Lincoln had to submit during troubled and uncertain years." - Prefatory Note.