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Three Years, 1924- 1927: The Story Of A New Idea And Its Successful Adaptation
New York: The American Mercury, 1927. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Very Good. 45 Pp. 10" Tall. Green Cloth, Gilt, Over Green And Beige Patterned Paper Covered Boards. Postscript By H L Mencken. #530 Of 600 Copies, Each Numbered And Signed By Alfred A Knopf And H L Mencken On The Limitation Page At Front. A Brief Chronicle Of The Magazine, "What Happened Is As Much History As Paul Revere's Ride And General Grant's Whiskey..." Cloth Intact, No Fraying, Gilt Bright And Complete But Doesn't Show Clearly As It Is Stamped Deeply In The Thick Cloth Spine. Paper Covered Boards Frayed At Corners. Slight Fading At Edges Of Boards. Hinges Solid.No Other Names Or Marks. Loosely Laid In Is A Note To John Pearson's Sister, Suggesting Or Presenting It For His Library.
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