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Newton, A. Edward
The Amenities Of Book-Collecting, And Kindred Affections (With) Long Signed Letter From A Edward Newton
The Atlantic Monthly Press, Boston. Xxi, 373 Pp. Brown Cloth Spine With Printed Paper Label, Over Brown Boards. Stated Third Printing, August 1920. With . A Tipped In Envelope With His Printed Name, Enclosing A Letter To Mrs. Archibald Church, Dated November 16, 1922, Graciously Declining An Invitation To Speak To 85 Or More Bluestockings; "It Is Very Hard For A Man To Decline The Opportunity Of Talking To A Lot Of Good Looking Women, As Light Blue Stocking Women Are Bound To Be. I Have Accepted Invitations Of This Kind Just Often Enough To Know How Delightful It Is" Etc. He Apologies For The Delay In Reply As He Had Been In London For Several Months; And Mentions His Play "Dr. Johnson" Which Atlantic Monthly Press Is About To Publish- "It Is The Result Of Half A Lifetime's Work, Or Say Rather Recreation." [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books, Pasadena, Member IOBA [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]

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