First edition. Hardcoverin tan cloth lettered in dark brown, 188 pp. Tight, fine example. In very good dust jacket, light even soiling and shallow wear at the head of the spine, less so at the foot. Very scarce novel by Arkansas folklorist Vance Randolph of a German-Russian girl who comes to the Ozarks by way of Kansas and Oklahoma. Bookseller Inventory #
Publication Date: 1935
Book Condition: Fine
Edition: First edition.
Book Description The Vanguard Press Inc., New York, 1935. Cloth. First Edition. VG++/VG+. Bright and attractive copy of this scarce hardcover with dust jacket. First edition. With $2.00 price on inside flap. 1935. The Vanguard press. The book has browning to endpapers and light toning to first few pages. Dust jacket has 1/2 triangle chip on foot of front cover. Moderate soiling to dust jacket. Moderate staining to page ends. Scarce book. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 006763
Book Description Vanguard Press, New York, 1935. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good plus. Fritz Eichenberg (illustrator). 1st Edition. [192pp, top edge brown]: [ii], 190 (last leaf blank); tan linen stamped brown, jacket ($2.00 on flap); 192 x 137 x 29 mm. The Ozark folklorist's scarce first novel & fifth book, written in mountain idiom. A nice copy, with bookseller's label at foot of ffe: "The Personal Book Shop / Headquarters / 101 St James Avenue / Boston, Mass". Dusty on lower panel & toned along spine, the jacket is remarkably only lightly worn at spine ends. Elusive thus. Seller Inventory # 004176