Howdy Judge

Hay, George D.

Published by The McQuiddy Press, 1926
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108pp. Spine lettering dulled, else very good in publisher's blue cloth gilt. Lengthily inscribed by Hay on the front free endpaper. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Howdy Judge
Publisher: The McQuiddy Press
Publication Date: 1926
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Very good

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Hay, George D. (The Solemn Old Judge)
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Book Description 1926. Condition: Good. Nashville 1926 1st McQuiddy Press. Sm.8vo., 108pp., blue cloth. Good plus, light soiling, spine lettering a bit faded. New protective glassine cover. Very scarce. Seller Inventory # a54233

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Hay, George D.
Published by McQuiddy Press, Nashville (1926)
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Book Description McQuiddy Press, Nashville, 1926. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good-. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. First Edition; First Printing. Navy blue cloth with gilt titles and illustration on front. Spine title somewhat faded. The book has light edge and corner wear along with some faded or dtained areas mainly on the front left. Please see scan. The book is square and securely bound with no tears or parting. It is signed, inscrbed and dated on the ffep by the author. George D. Hay was a radio personality in Nashville who started the WSM Barn Dance which quickly became the Grand Old Opry. He is in the Country Music Hall of Fame. It should be noted that Judge Hay was not a judge and that this book is essentially a group of dialect stories featuring African-Americans in court settings. This book is not common, particularly with Hay's signature. ; Small 8vo 7" - 8" tall; 108 pages. Seller Inventory # 15839

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Hay, George D. (The Solemn Old Judge)
Published by The McQuiddy Press, Nashville (1926)
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Book Description The McQuiddy Press, Nashville, 1926. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Not an ex-library copy. No remainder marks. Most books shipped within 24 hours. All books mailed with Delivery Confirmation. The spine is darkened with loss of gilt and there are a few small stains on the front cover. Previous owner's signature, address and date (February 4, 1927) on the front fly-leaf. Very good condition. ; 12mo 7" - 7" tall; 108 pages. Seller Inventory # 2807

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George D. Hay, (The Solemn Old Judge)
Published by McQuiddy Press, Nashville, TN, 1926 (1926)
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Book Description McQuiddy Press, Nashville, TN, 1926, 1926. Hardcover. F. George D. Hay,Memphis Police Court Journalist for the Memphis Commercial Appeal in the early 20th was assigned to the Police Court of Judge Guston T. Fitzhugh. The book is about funny court stories, many racists by present standard. When Radio was invented, he became a reporter for WMC Radio in Memphis. Later he went to Chicago and founded a Country Barn Show for radio. Then he was lured away by WSM Radio in Nashville, Tennessee where he founded the "Grand Ole Opry", and the rest is history. Mr. Hay adopted the name, "The Solemn Old Judge." J. P. Alley of Hambone's Meditations did the cover illustration for the book. He later won a Pulitzer for his nationally syndicated Political Cartoons against the KKK. His sons J.P. and Cal Alley continued the strip until the 1960s when it was terminated as racist. Seller Inventory # ABE-187085034

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