Good+ Ex-library with white call letters on black spine and library markings inside front cover, and on title & cprt pages and bfep. 1" split in top of spine. Spine lettering is rubbed but readily legible. Else minor wear and soil on the sound binding. Two tiny red dots on bottom edge. Text from DJ's flaps is glued on the ffep. The paper covering the inside of the back cover has been damaged, probably when the library pocket was removed. Contents are clean and unmarked.; 8-1/2" Tall, 451pp plus 8p b/w photos, full-color frontispiece and dedication page reproductions, and a 9-page portfolio of color and b/w drawings and paintings by Rockwell. AUTOBIOGRAPHY. Norman Rockwell's autobiography as told to Thomas Rockwell. Preface by Ben Hibbs, Editior, The Saturday Evening Post. "Although Norman is one of the best raconteurs I have ever known, the book is by no means all caviar. The anecdotes are there all right, but there is also a deeper, more serious story running through the whole-the story of a man who came up the hard way in one of the most difficult and exacting of professions, a man who (although, of course, he doesn't say it) has become the most famous of all American illustrators. " Top edge colored brown.
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