Arthur Goodrich's (1878-1941) 1932 play about Ulysses S. Grant was well-received. George M. Cohan said, "I didn't put [Mr. Grant] down . . . . I read it twice. It's a grand piece of writing and it ought to play like a house afire."Arthur Goodrich's (1878-1941) 1932 play about Ulysses S. Grant was well-received. George M. Cohan said, "I didn't put [Mr. Grant] down . . . . I read it twice. It's a grand piece of writing and it ought to play like a house afire."Read Less
Good. Good hardcover. No DJ. ORIGINAL 1934 EDITION. Ex-Library with usual markings. Text is clean and unmarked. Slightly tanned. Covers show edge wear and rubbing. Binding is tight, hinges strong.; 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! Ships same or next business day!
Very Good in Good jacket. Book Book is in wonderful condition. DJ has a lot of small tears along edge with a few small pieces missing. Has original $2.00 price. Covered with clear DJ cover. States First Edition with two dates 1932, 1934. Blue boards with just a hint of shelf wear on corners.
Very good. First Edition. Goodrich's three act play of General Grant "dispelling the lingering fancy that General Grant was a gruff, uncouth campaigner". This copy nicely inscribed and signed by Goodrich at front free endpaper "to Dick Glaenzer, just as one operative to another, and with a lot of gratitude for a lot of friendship" signed and dated in year of publication. Near Fine in Near Fine price-clipped dustjacket.
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