Good with no dust jacket. Square, tight binding and hinges. Clean, age-darkened pages. Cloth over boards is lightly soiled, age-darkened and faded at spine.; Memoir by tabloid journalist Emile Gauvreau, associated with such newspapers as the New York Mirror.; 9.0" (23 cm) tall; 488 pages.
Very Good. Fair DJ. Fair DJ. Fourth printing, 1941, published by Dutton. The inner covers and end papers have some gutter offsetting. There are two small old labels on the upper right edge of the front inner cover. The pages are unmarked, uncut and the outer fore edges of the pages are browned. Clean covers. The dust jacket is worn at the edges, spine ends and tips. There are small pieces missing at the tips and edges. The jacket is protected in mylar.
Very Good Plus in Near Fine jacket. Size: 8vo-over 7; Stated first edition, with no additional printings indicated. VG/NF, with a small piece of tape cover a tear at the top of the front cover. Postage sized ex libris stamp on the ffep.
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