"In The Story of My Life recounts, and reflects on, his more than fifty years as a corporate, labor, and criminal lawyer, including the most celebrated and notorious cases of his day: establishing the""In The Story of My Life recounts, and reflects on, his more than fifty years as a corporate, labor, and criminal lawyer, including the most celebrated and notorious cases of his day: establishing the"Read Less
Very Good. Signed by Author(s) Hardback book in very good minus condition. Limited edition, signed, but no number assigned. Scribners [A] on reverse of title page. Covers a bit soiled, but pages clean and in great shape.
Very good. No dust jacket. Signed by author. 465 pages. Number 90 of a limited edition of 294. Signed by Darrow on edition page. Inscribed and presented to Minetta Reis by the president of the West Texas Historical Society in 1933. Slight shelf and edge wear, small spot on back cover. Gold lettered paste on lable on spine in fine condition. Page edges are deckled and slightly age spotted. Rusted paperclip mark on first few pages. Slight age spotting on endpapers. Color frontispiece by Leonebel Jacobs. Pages and text are clean and bright. More pictures available on request.
Inscribed to Bob Edwards. Inscribed by Darrow Darrow, Clarence [1857-1938]. The Story of My Life. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1932. xiv, 495 pp. Fourteen plates (with 16 illustrations). Cloth very good in dustjacket with some edgewear and chipping. Author inscription in bold hand to half-title. * First edition. The inscription reads: "Inscribed to/ Bob Edwards / With the kind regards of/ Clarence Darrow/ October 18-1934." Later printing that includes the account of the Massie trial. When Clarence Darrow died in 1938 at the age of 81, few disputed that he was one of the great attorneys of his generation. There were other lawyers in his lifetime who contributed more to the development of legal science, who rose to positions of greater influence, or who won larger financial rewards, but perhaps none who could match his record as a crusader for the common man.
Fine copy as issued, without dust-jacket. Limited First Edition. This book was published both in a trade edition and in a limited/signed edition of 294 copies. This copy is signed by Darrow on the limitation page, but it is not numbered. Darrow (1857-1938) known for his role in the Scopes Trial and the Leopold & Loeb cases, was one of the most notable lawyers and civil libertarians in U.S. history. 465 pages with index. Large 8vo cloth. This is white cloth variant of the limited edition, possibly reserved for "out-of-series", unnumbered copies such as this. This is also an uncommonly fine copy.
Very good-condition. Octavo (8vo). Signed xii, 465 pages of text including an index. Original blue cloth binding is moderately to heavily sunned and rubbed on the spine, with minor fraying to the spine extremities, and minor bumping to the corners; minor sunning to the boards. No dustjacket, but protected in custom stiff archival mylar. Signed and inscribed by the author on the half-title page "Inscribed to Edward A. L. Goodkind. With regards from [signed] Clarence Darrow Chicago Aug. 21st 1932." Goodkind's bookplate on the inside front cover. Included is a letter from Goodkind to Darrow, at the bottom of which is a note of reply handwritten and signed by Clarence Darrow, wherein Darrow agrees to autograph this book. Minor discoloration from adhesive residue to the front endpaper, where the letter was previously affixed, leaving a thin strip of discoloration, which does not affect the authorial inscription/autograph in the book. Two edges of the letter are discolored from the adhesive; heavily at the top margin/edge of the letter, and verly lightly at the bottom edge, which does slightly affect Darrow's signature only on the signed note. Illustrated. First edition, with the "A" on the copyright page.
Uncommonly bright and clean. Just about Fine. Large octavo (6-1/4" x 9-5/8") bound in publisher's white cloth. (There was also an issue in cloth-backed boards. Priority is unknown. ) Illustrated with a color frontispiece portrait and numerous photographs. This is part of an edition that carried a page stating a limitation of 294 numbered and signed copies. This copy is not numbered, but it is SIGNED by the author.
Very good. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, NY, 1932. Limited Edition, VG+, Hard Cover, Size=6.5"x9.5", 465pgs(Index). Copy #100 of 294 copies. SIGNED by Clarence Darrow on Special Limitations page. Leather spine label worn, spine cloth lightly browned, 1/4" brown spots (2) on top page ends, owner bookplate inside front cover, o.w. clean, bright & tight. Text in Almost New condition. Bookplate is that of George B. Leonard, Lithuanian born Socialist, organizer of Socialist Party in Minnesota & active in the ACLU, National Lawyers Guild & other such groups. 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES ALL ARE WELL PACKED WITH CARE!
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