Original cloth, fine in the scarce dust jacket (a few tiny chips, minimal fading). The jacket design was by Richard Floethe, and shows the influence of his studies at the Bauhaus in Weimar under Kandinsky and Klee. He became director of the Federal Art Project's poster division in New York. 1750 copies were bound. Hall A7. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Every Day is Saturday
Publication Date: 1934
Edition: First edition.
Book Description Harper & Brothers, New York, 1934. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. VG / Good. Very scarce. First printing of the first US edition. Green titles and decorations to spine and upper cover on cream cloth boards. Binding is firm and tight. Moderate soiling to spine and covers. Slight wear to spine ends and a little bumping to cover corners. Even age tanning to page edges. Interior is clean with no inscriptions. Not ex-library. Seller Inventory # 005585
Book Description Harper & Brothers, NY, 1934. Hard Cover. Condition: Good. First Edition. Overall condition is good. There are six "Property of the Kennebec Journal, Augusta, Maine" stamps to the front and rear endpapers and there is some staining to the covers. There are no markings, tears or other significant flaws to the the text pages. Lacks dustjacket. For some reason, this book is quite scarce, even without the jacket. (box 149). Seller Inventory # 011301
Book Description Harper, New York, 1934. First edition. Original cloth, very good. Inscribed by White to "Pater". With a letter from Roger Angell on The New Yorker letterhead, with envelope, identifying the presentee as his grandfather, Charles Spencer Sergeant, also with a note from White biographer Scott Elledge, on the same subject. Hall A7. Seller Inventory # 29195