Publisher: Chicago: Covici-McGee Publishers
Condition: Very Good
Binding: Hard Cover
Dust Jacket: No jacket
Edition: 1st edition
Autograph: Inscribed by author(s)
Chicago:Covici-McGee Publishers. 1923. 1st edition. Signed/inscribed by the Author on the verso of frontispiece (To Emil Tonieri, Whose silence is frequently more valuable than the words of other people. From Maxwell Bodenheim, Sept 1st, 1923). 215pp. Drawing by Wallace Smith with tissue guard intact. Hardcover. Black boards lightly rubbed and soiled along edges with light sun-fading along top edge and gilt on spine and front cover slightly dulled. Internally, a small ticket from the Nubanusit Tea Barn to inside front board and a small ownership stamp to 2nd free end-page with Authors inscription to verso of frontispiece. With a small bit of foxing between 2nd free endpage and frontispiece, otherwise a very good, clean copy. The binding is tight although ever so slightly cocked, and hinges intact.