Very Good. Book. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" tall. Very good-condition first edtion / review copy softcover. Cover rubbed and corners bumped, spine creased. Some sections loose or cracked but in tact. Includes photo plates. Some foxing / tanning of pages in the first 9 pages.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Hardcover. First Edition. The subtitle says it all-a Chicago history covering organized crime, general crime, the great fire, famous murderers and much more from the early 1800s until 1930. Herbert Asbury was an American journalist best known for his book that chronicled crime in the United States. Bound in pictorial paper boards with brown titled cloth spine. Interior is clean and bright with ownership signature on free front endpaper. Very good condition In original un-price clipped dust jacket with design and lettering in green, red, black, and white. Light chipping, soiling, and small tear along bottom of spine edge, but still about very good. With 26 illlustrations and extensive bibliography. 377 pages plus 19 page index. AMERSTATE/090717.
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