Title: 1001 Afternoons In Chicago.
Publisher: Covici - McGee, Chicago
Publication Date: 1922
Edition: First edition.
8.25" x 6". 289pp. Illustrated paper covered boards. Fairly heavy rubbing, spine tips chipped, but still a better than average example of this fragile book. With evocative illustrations and binding design by Herman Rosse. A collection of 60 of Hecht's newspaper columns. Hecht is as deep a part of Chicago's cultutal history from his perch as newsman as Herb Caen is to San Francisco. Bookseller Inventory # 25821
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