Group of Signed Books from Matthew Connelly’s Library. Including Ezequiel Ordonez’s “El Volcan de Paricutin” (Mexico, 1947), half leather marbled covers, 56 single-side photo-plates, 4to, copy numbered 101, tri-lingual text (French-English-Spanish) signed to Mr. Matt Connelly by the author, March 4, 1947; William Ziff’s “The Gentlemen Talk of Peace (New York, 1944), inscribed by the author to Connelly, aide to then Vice President Truman; Donald Day’s “Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Own Story” (Boston, 1951), first edition, fine copy with faulty jacket, inscribed by author to Connelly; A. Merriman Smith’s “Thank You Mr. President, A White House Notebook,” inscription to Matthew Connelly reading: “To Matthew J. Connelly, One of the truly strong men of the Truman Administration, with his quiet, unassuming competence – And his annoying habit of never spilling any inside dope.” Together with “Around the World with Jigger, Beaker and Flask” with Matthew J. Connelly’s name embossed on front cover. Five items, four author inscribed and signed. All first editions. Generally good.