Signed. First Edition. Limited, numbered edition. This is number 52 out of 1001. Inked inscription on front free page from John B. Powell (there is a chapter written by J.B. Powell-The Journalistic Field) to his son. John W. Powell. John William Powell (1919-2008) was a journalist and small business proprietor who was most well known for being tried for sedition after publishing an article in 1952 that reported on allegations made by Mainland Chinese officials that the United States and Japan were carrying out germ warfare in the Korean War. This news was reported in Shanghai in an English language journal, the "China Monthly Review", published by Powell. Mr. Powell's name is also stamped in the front and rear of the book as well as one other please at the top of a page near the center of the book. Hinge is starting to crack near center of book and one illustration is about half loose. Fraying to decorative cloth binding at top and bottom spine edges. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: AMERICAN UNIVERSITY MEN IN CHINA.
Publisher: American Univ. Club Shanghai
Publication Date: 1936
Book Condition: Very Good
Book Description Harvard University, 1975. No binding. Condition: Good. Bottom Edge of front cover has a small tear. Pages slightly tanned otherwise Good and Tight. NOT EX-LIBRIS. Seller Inventory # 9443
Book Description Shanghai: The Comacrib Press, 1936, 1936. Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. First edition, first printing. Octavo, 20.4*12.6cm, xii+233p. Illustrated with photo plates. Limited and Numbered edition, this being No. 1XX. Silk binding with normal wear, chips to spine ends. Gift inscription on first blank page, dated January 28, 1937. Seller Inventory # ABE-1518582934137