Fair. First printing, softcover, creases to covers, corners bumped, 3 pages near middle unaccountably clipped at bottom corner (does not affect text), long corner crease to last forty pages at bottom, short crease to top corner of last few pages, stain to inside of rear cover, name inside front cover, otherwise solid, a Fair reading copy.
Fair. Famous pamphlet in original format, published to benefit Hollywood Ten. Original 10 cent price. The cover wraps are tanned and scuffed with age, but the binding remains sound and the interior remains clean and unmarked. No notice of later printings.
As New in Near Fine jacket. 5" X 7 3/4" This booklet about the Hollywood blacklist by screenwriter Dalton Trumbo was first published as a pamphlet by the Hollywood Ten in 1949; includes an appendix with a paragraph on the career of each member of the Hollywood Ten (red paper covers with black lettering and drawing of a toad; identical dust wrapper has very slight edgewear; otherwise a bright, clean, tight copy)
A study of Inquisition in America by one of the Hollywood Ten. Small 8vo, pp. 38. Paper wraps. Cover yellowed at edges, o/w VG. A short history of and commentary on the House Committee on Un-American Activities, and Trumbo's experience with it.
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