Good in Missing jacket. Hardbound without dust jacket, published by Shaw, 1927. Ex-library copy with ghost of number label on spine and library stamping on front free endpaper. Name of former owner on front free endpaper. Card pocket on inside rear endpaper. No text markings noted. Minor spots and edge wear on cover. Includes fold-out organizational diagram at page 211.
Good. Hardback book in good condition, bottom page edges were bumped hard, pages 81 thru 101, were dented, mostly about 1/8th inch, a few 1/3 inch. otherwise book would be very good condition, hinges are solid, with about 10 small spots towards bottom of spine.
First Edition. Text of a series of lectures delivered to the Graduate School of Business Administration at Harvard University, by some of the most powerful figures in Hollywood, and arranged by Joseph Kennedy, who was head of FBO Pictures at the time. A scarce and important document on early Hollywood, by the men who ran it. About Near Fine lacking dust jacket. Fray to the bottom front board edge, light bump to the bottom text block, and light rubbing overall.
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