Titolo: PM 5 CENTS NEW YORK DAILY NEWSPAPER - ...
Casa editrice: THE NEWSPAPER PM, INC., NY, NY
Data di pubblicazione: 1941
Legatura: ILLUSTRATED PAPER COVERS
Condizione libro: GOOD CONDITION
Edizione: FIRST EDITION THUS.
Tipologia articolo: NEWSPAPER
BEN HECHT COLUMN ENTITLED "POOR PEOPLE" IN "PM 5 CENTS NEW YORK DAILY" NEWSPAPER. VOLUME 1, NUMBER 178, FEBRUARY 21, 1941, PAGE 20. PHOTO OF BEN HECHT ON PAGE 30 REPUBLISHED IN BEN HECHT'S BOOK "1001 AFTERNOONS IN NEW YORK ON PAGES 168-171. ALSO REPUBLISHED IN "AVON MORDERN SHORT STORY MONTHLY" -1945 0N PAGES 97-100. ANNOUNCING INTERVIEW ON RADIO. TOPIC: STORY OF A BEGGER PHILANTROPIST. CHEAP NEWSPRINT PAPER TONED WITH AGE WITH FLAKING AT THE EDGES. Size: 11 1/2" X 14 1/2". Codice inventario libreria 222231
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