FILE ON SPRATLING, AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY.

Spratling, William with Budd Schulberg.

Published by Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1967.
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First edition (stated). xvi, 235 pages. Hardcover; H 19.5cm x L 14.5cm. Dust jacket features a David Siqueiros portrait of Spratling upon the front panel; wear at flap and spine ends, rubbing. Brown cloth with light discoloration occurring at bottom corners of both boards. Brown top edge. Endpaper plans illustrated by Spratling; ownership inscription on front free endpaper. Color frontispiece portrait of Spratling by Siqueiros. Several drawings by Spratling decorate the text. Introduction by Budd Schulberg. Spratling regales readers of his autobiography with his numerous personal adventures, intriguing literary and artistic accomplishments, and both his fleeting and long-lasting friendships with Sherwood Anderson, John Huston, Diego Rivera, Hart Crane, John Dos Passos, Katherine Anne Porter, David Siqueiros, Miguel Covarrubias, and, of course, William Faulkner who was his New Orleans' French Quarter roommate and European travel partner. Progressing quickly from his childhood to his college days at Auburn, Spratling spends a majority of the text relating events during his architecture professorship at Tulane University and cumulating, of course, in his move to Mexico in 1930 and his long tenure as dean of Taxco silversmiths whose studio earned world-renown for its Mayan and Olmec influenced designs. A very good+ copy in a very good+ dust jacket. Description copyright David Hallinan, Bookseller. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: FILE ON SPRATLING, AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY.
Publisher: Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1967.

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Spratling, William with Budd Schulberg.
Published by Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1967. (1967)
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Book Description Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1967., 1967. First edition (stated). xvi, 235 pages. Hardcover: H 19.5cm x L 14.5cm. Dust jacket features a David Siqueiros portrait of Spratling upon the front panel; price-clipped front flap, panels rubbed, tear at head of spine with nicks at ends, flap ends worn. Brown cloth with light discoloration occurring at bottom corners of both boards. Brown top edge. Endpaper plans illustrated by Spratling. Color frontispiece portrait of Spratling by Siqueiros. Several drawings by Spratling decorate the text. Introduction by Budd Schulberg. Spratling regales readers of his autobiography with his numerous personal adventures, intriguing literary and artistic accomplishments, and both his fleeting and long-lasting friendships with Sherwood Anderson, John Huston, Diego Rivera, Hart Crane, John Dos Passos, Katherine Anne Porter, David Siqueiros, Miguel Covarrubias, and, of course, William Faulkner who was his New Orleans' French Quarter roommate and European travel partner. Progressing quickly from his childhood to his college days at Auburn, Spratling spends a majority of the text relating events during his architecture professorship at Tulane University and cumulating, of course, in his move to Mexico in 1930 and his long tenure as dean of Taxco silversmiths whose studio earned world-renown for its Mayan and Olmec influenced designs. A very good+ copy in a very good dust jacket. Description copyright David Hallinan, Bookseller. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-02003

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Spratling, William with Budd Schulberg.
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Book Description Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1967., 1967. First edition (stated). xvi, 235 pages. Hardcover; H 19.5cm x L 14.5cm. Dust jacket rubbed at panels and lengthwise at spine, chip at heel of front joint, two chips to the David Siqueiros front panel portrait of Spratling, photograph of the author on the rear panel. Brown cloth boards mildly rubbed, two shallow gouges to the front board duplicating the location of the chips on the front panel of the dj. Brown top edge. Endpaper plans illustrated by Spratling; some soiling upon the front and rear free endpapers caused by the dj flaps. Color frontispiece portrait by Siqueiros. Drawings by the author. Introduction by Budd Schulberg. Spratling regales readers of his autobiography with his numerous personal adventures, intriguing literary and artistic accomplishments, and both his fleeting and long-lasting friendships with Sherwood Anderson, John Huston, Diego Rivera, Hart Crane, John Dos Passos, Katherine Anne Porter, David Siqueiros, Miguel Covarrubias, and, of course, William Faulkner who was his New Orleans' French Quarter roommate and European travel partner. Progressing quickly from his childhood to his college days at Auburn, Spratling spends a majority of the text relating events during his architecture professorship at Tulane University and cumulating, of course, in his move to Mexico in 1930 and his long tenure as dean of Taxco silversmiths whose studio earned world-renown for its Mayan and Olmec influenced designs. A very good copy in a very good- dust jacket. Description copyright David Hallinan, Bookseller. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-09216

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Book Description Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1967., 1967. First edition (stated). xvi, 235 pages. Hardcover; H 19.5cm x L 14.5cm. Dust jacket features a David Siqueiros portrait of Spratling upon the front panel; wear at flap and spine ends, rubbing. Brown cloth with light discoloration occurring at bottom corners of both boards. Brown top edge. Endpaper plans illustrated by Spratling; ownership inscription on front free endpaper. Color frontispiece portrait of Spratling by Siqueiros. Several drawings by Spratling decorate the text. Introduction by Budd Schulberg. Spratling regales readers of his autobiography with his numerous personal adventures, intriguing literary and artistic accomplishments, and both his fleeting and long-lasting friendships with Sherwood Anderson, John Huston, Diego Rivera, Hart Crane, John Dos Passos, Katherine Anne Porter, David Siqueiros, Miguel Covarrubias, and, of course, William Faulkner who was his New Orleans' French Quarter roommate and European travel partner. Progressing quickly from his childhood to his college days at Auburn, Spratling spends a majority of the text relating events during his architecture professorship at Tulane University and cumulating, of course, in his move to Mexico in 1930 and his long tenure as dean of Taxco silversmiths whose studio earned world-renown for its Mayan and Olmec influenced designs. A very good+ copy in a very good+ dust jacket. Description copyright David Hallinan, Bookseller. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-09209

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