"These little stories and sketches have been rewritten from certain daily contributions to the Chicago record, now the Chicago record-herald."--Pref."These little stories and sketches have been rewritten from certain daily contributions to the Chicago record, now the Chicago record-herald."--Pref.Read Less
Very good. No dust jacket. Book Condition: Very good. Slight fading on spine. Slight rubbing on spine ends and cover corners. A few small spots on cover. A few spots on outside page edges. Slight soiling on front end page. Occasional soil spots throughout interior pages.
Fair with no dust jacket. Reading copy. Cracked hinges, name inside, cloth boards have rubbing, tears at the spine, pencil marks on the contents page. 357 pages. Short stories of everyday life in Chicago.
VG+ in Not Issued jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Dark blue ribbed cloth, spine panel lettered/decorated in gilt, top text block edge in gilt. 358,  pp. 1st edition: Sept. 1903. Mild shelf wear. Former owner signature on front pastedown. Both hinges show paper separation but are very firm. Strong VG+, verging on Near Fine.
NY, McClure Phillips, Sept. 1903, 1st edition hardcover, dark purple cloth with gilt, white and orange victorian decor, acceptable clean bright copy, text bright and unmarked, spine slightly slanted, inner hinges mildly cracked but binding is still tight and covers are not pulling, spine lettering worn away mostly, moderate rubs to cover extremities, no dust jacket, 5"x7-3/4". fxx.
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