Titolo: THE LUCKY NUMBER
Casa editrice: WAY & WILLIAMS, CHICAGO, IL
Data di pubblicazione: 1896
Condizione libro: VERY GOOD CONDITION
Condizione sovraccoperta: NO DUST JACKET AS ISSUED
Edizione: FIRST EDITION.
Tipologia articolo: FICTION
(4) + 7 - 217 + (1) PAGES. DARK RED CLOTH COVERED BOARDS WITH BLACK STAMPED TITLE AND AUTHOR'S NAME ON THE FRONT COVER. BLACK STAMPED TITLE WITH AUTHOR'S NAME AND WAY & WILLIAMS LOGO ON THE SPINE.THE TOP PAGE EDGES ARE GILT. THE SIDE AND BOTTOM PAGE EDGES ARE ROUGH CUT. THERE IS MILD BUMPING OF THE BOTTOM CORNERS AND SHELF WEAR OF THE SPINE ENDS.OTHERWISE, THE BOOK IS A FINE CLEAN TIGHT COPY. PRINTED AT THE LAKESIDE PRESS OF R. R. DONNELLY & SONS IN CHICAGO, IL INSERTED IS A SINGLE PAGE5 3/16" X 8" FOLDED FLYER BROADSIDE ADVERTISING THE BOOK BY WAY & WILLIAMS AT THE MONADNOCK IN CHICAGO, IL. THE AUTHOR ISAAC KAHN FRIEDMAN'S STORY IS ABOUT THE CHICAGO SLUMS AND PERSONALITIES CENTERED ABOUT A SALOON CALLED "THE LUCKY NUMBER" IN THE HEART OF THE SLUM AND VICE DISTRICT OF CHICAGO. THIS IS THE AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK.PRINTED BY R. R. DONNELLEY & SOMS AT THE LAKESIDE PRESS IN CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.KRAUS # 34. Size: 4 5/8" X 6 7/8". Codice inventario libreria 002929
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