Title: As Ding Saw Hoover
Publisher: Iowa State College Press, Ames, Iowa
Publication Date: 1954
Binding: Decorative Cloth
Book Condition: Very Good Plus
Dust Jacket Condition: Good Plus
Signed: Inscribed By Author
Edition: First Edition
Author won two Pulitzer prizes for his political cartoons, was the founder of National Wildlife Federation, and painted the first Dusk Stamp in 1934. A National Wildlife Refuge in Florida bears his name. Light tan cloth boards have black and red lettering and decorations on the front cover and spine. Covers are clean, extremities are a bit rubbed and dust soiled, corners are a trifle bumped and rubbed. Head and foot of spine is bumped and rubbed. Author's warm, lengthy inscription on the ffep. Edited by John M. Henry, intro. by W. W. Waymack. Text is clean, binding is sound and tight, embellished w/ numerous b/w illustrations. D.j. is slightly dust soiled and rubbed, especially at flap folds and spine folds. Price-clipped. Extremities are a bit worn, including chipping, closed tears, rubbing, and creasing. Nice copy, digital image available. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 003638
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