To Kill a Mockingbird / The Pulitzer Prize Novel 1961 (SIGNED -- BUT SIGNATURE NOT INDEPENDENTLY ... To Kill a Mockingbird / The Pulitzer Prize Novel 1961 (SIGNED -- BUT SIGNATURE NOT INDEPENDENTLY ... To Kill a Mockingbird / The Pulitzer Prize Novel 1961 (SIGNED -- BUT SIGNATURE NOT INDEPENDENTLY ... To Kill a Mockingbird / The Pulitzer Prize Novel 1961 (SIGNED -- BUT SIGNATURE NOT INDEPENDENTLY ...

To Kill a Mockingbird / The Pulitzer Prize Novel 1961 (SIGNED -- BUT SIGNATURE NOT INDEPENDENTLY VERIFIED)

Lee, Harper

Published by J.B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia & New York, 1961
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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"Thirteenth Impression" stated to copyright page, and DJ front panel agrees "Thirteenth Printing." NOT price-clipped; original $3.95 price showing. Someone has used a "Magic Marker" to black our four words in blue ballpoint to top of FFE; we believe these words were/are "Belonged to Harper Lee." Bottom edges considerably shelf-worn but interior text block clean & very nice. This copy bears autograph "Harper Lee" to title page. (PLEASE READ TO BOTTOM FOR DETAILS.) This book belonged to Edna L. Bowling, who ran for public office in Alabama four times in the 1970s and '80s on the minority "Prohibition" party ticket, capturing from 1.1 to 1.6 percent of the vote in her races for Congressional District 6 in 1972 and for Lt. Governor in 1974 and 1978. She fared best in her final race, for Secretary of State, in 1982, when she captured 5 percent of the vote, presumably a protest against Democrat Don Siegelman, who won the seat with 81 percent. Jim Bowling of Dallas, Texas, who sold us this copy, writes: "I was the executor of my grandmother, Edna L Bowling's estate. Most of her books passed to me. She lived in West End, Alabama and was an independent woman who successfully competed in a man's world. She was not famous but well known, since she ran for Governor (sic) several times. She sold encyclopedia's for 30 years. As a former school teacher, she wood go into small towns in Alabama, get to know the educators, city leaders and ask about students in need. She would usually stay in a small town several weeks at a time. She met Mrs. Lee in Monroeville, Alabama and she signed book on a later visit." 296 pp. NOTE: Despite this charming written provenance, authenticity of this signature has NOT been independently verified. In fact, it's questionable. Comparison Harper Lee signatures are available at tomfolio-dot-com/Autographs/AGList.asp and at kruegerbooks-dot-com/books/examples.html , as well as elsewhere -- as we do not regularly handle signed copies of this title and so claim no special expertise, prospective buyers are advised to make their own comparisons. 296 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 004404

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Title: To Kill a Mockingbird / The Pulitzer Prize ...

Publisher: J.B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia & New York

Publication Date: 1961

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Good

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Eclectic used and out-of-print collectable condition books and records in every genre. Cat's Curiosities closed our brick-and-mortar location in Las Vegas in late 2016, and is now an Internet-only seller, specializing in Native American; Nevada & The West; Free-market & Austrian Economics; Music & Show Business; Vintage vinyl LP records (many signed); century-old juvenile series books; Physics & Electrical Engineering, Religion & Occult.

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