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Boston: Little, Brown and Company. (1969). 548 pp. Illus. Dust jacket shows mild evidence of shelf wear, with a few minor tears and some rubbing. Price is cut out from inside flap. Boards clean. Previous owner's name on first fep. Pages clean with moderate soiling on page ends from dust. Otherwise, a very good copy.
New York: O. O. Stealy. 1906. 497 pp. Hardcover. No dust jacket. Book shows minimal signs of wear. Very light rubbing along the spine and very very faint soiling which is difficult to see against the deep blue of the cover. Pages are slightly browned by age but otherwise a very good copy.
New York: Alfred A Knopf. 1941. xi+313pp. First Edition. Hardcover with jacket. Book condition is Very Good, jacket is Good. Unclipped jacket is moderately rubbed/worn, with toning to spine, moderate grime, and small tears at edges. Oatmeal cloth boards are clean and unbumped, there are dust spots to page edges. Inside is clean and unmarked with a square and tight binding. "...journalistic memories that you would expect from H.L. Mencken - shrewd, good-natured, and completely free from portentious whim-wham and other forms of bunk." (cfm)
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