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The Log Of The Snark (Inscribed By Charmian London)
Macmillan (1915), New York 1925 - Ix, 487 Pp. Stated Third Printing, May 1925. Wear To Gilt And To Corners, All Lettering Clear, No Fraying, Hinges Solid. Note Card Unfolded And Mounted On Front Free Endpaper, "To Hazel Hirsch: Thee Are Many Sorts Of Good Times, And This Was One Of The Best Ever. You And I Know Some Good Times Together, And I Hope For More. Here's Love And Luck! Charmian London. Paris Dec. 27, '25." Also With Pencil Marginalia In Charmian London's Hand, Including Underlining Of Word "Psoriasis" Describing London's Illness On P. 482, And Writing The Word In Large Letters On Rear Endpaper; Note Regarding Their Travel Companions Martin And Osa Johnson On P. 484 "Martin World Famous. African Animal Films, Was Killed In A Plane Accident In Calif. In 1935. His Wife, Osa, Carries On."; On P. 486, Discussing The Fate Of The Snark, Next To Words "While One Told Us He Had Subsequently Seen Her In Seattle" She Writes " Never Went There", And Below, "Wrecked And Burned In N. H. 1933". The Book And Note Were Thus Apparently Married Some Time After 1933. [Some Of The Extensive Correspondence Between Hazel Hirsch And Charmian London Is Preserved In The Jack London Archives At Utah State University, And A List Is Available On-Line.] [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books, Pasadena, Member IOBA]
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