Title: Don Freeman's Newsstand A Journal of one ...
Publisher: Associated American Artists, 1940
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Good
Edition: 1st Edition
Near Very Good copy of this oversize softcover book of cartoons and essays including a piece on the artist Jack Levitz by William Saroyan.Wear to top spine.1st Edition. Bookseller Inventory #
Book Description: Associated American Artists. Book Condition: Good++, No Dust Jacket. 1941. 4TO, unpaginated, B/W Illus, Paperback Softcover: Spiral bound color illustrated paper covers are worn and lightly creased at corners. Light soil and oxidation. Small tape repair to lower rear cover edge. A few paper spirals pulling away at upper and lower edges. Blank first free endpaper has red pencil mark and is oxidized and chipped on outer edge. A few rough text page edges, a few bent corners. Fantastic illustrations of life scenes around Manhattan. Bookseller Inventory # 033756
Book Description: Associated America Artists, NY, 1940. Oiginal Wrappers. Book Condition: Very Good Plus. First. First printing. Perfect-bound in stiff illustrated wrappers; unpaginated. Very good or a bit better, light even soiling to the wrappers, bit of wear at spine folds and ends. Bookseller Inventory # D6985
Book Description: Associated American Artists. Book Condition: Good++, No Dust Jacket. 1941. 4TO, unpaginated, B/W Illus, Paperback Softcover: Spiral bound color illustrated paper covers are worn and lightly creased at corners. Light soil and oxidation. A few paper spirals pulling away at upper and lower edges. Text pages are oxidized on edges, a few pages fully oxidized from newspaper clippings left inside. Fantastic illustrations of life scenes around Manhattan, with anecdotes from Saroyan,Boris Karloff, Orson Welles, poem from Norman Corwin. Bookseller Inventory # 033757
Book Description: Associated American Artists, New York, 1941. Spiral Binding. Book Condition: Good. Don Freeman (illustrator). First Printing. 4to. General wear. Signed and inscribed with an original drawing: "To Eddie Sobol / I dare no / ask for a pair / after this / but with apologies / and best wishes / I do / Don (a pair please) Freeman." Eddie Sobol was a stage manager and theater director in the 1930s and 1940s. Signed by Artist. Bookseller Inventory # 005665
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