Migratory Books, Their Habits & Haunts.

Way, W. Irving.

Published by Privatelt Printed By John Henry Nash of San Francisco for Ernest Dawson of Los Angeles, ., 1924
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4to, original rust wrappers, paper label at head of wrapper. Title page, 10, (1)pp. Front and rear fly-leaf lightly foxed and off-set from the rust wrapper. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Migratory Books, Their Habits & Haunts.
Publisher: Privatelt Printed By John Henry Nash of San Francisco for Ernest Dawson of Los Angeles, .
Publication Date: 1924
Binding: Soft cover

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Way, W. Irving
Published by Ernest Dawson, Los Angeles (1924)
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Book Description Ernest Dawson, Los Angeles, 1924. French Wrappers. Book Condition: Very Good. First, Limited edition. Quarto, 10 pages. brown French wrappers. Ex libris Porter Garnett. Printed by John Henry Nash. Way was a partner in the publishing firm of Way & Williams, Chicago. He also advised people on building their private libraries. One of 500 copies. Way notes, in part, "Migratory books of value are now being distributed broadcast in Los Angeles and the prowler runs across rare "finds" occasionally." This whole effort was a tasteful promotion piece for Dawson's Book Shop. Bookseller Inventory # 004323

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WAY, W. Irving
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Book Description John Henry Nash, San Francisco, 1924. paperback. Book Condition: very good(+). Limited. 11 pages, very slim 4to, original rust wrappers with a decorative paper label on the front cover, fly-leaves yellowed from the wrappers. San Francisco: John Henry Nash, 1924. First Edition. Very Good (+). Limited to one of 500 copies. Contemporary inscription by a previous owner on the fly-leaf. Bookseller Inventory # 215858

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Way, W. Irving
Published by Ernest Dawson. Printed By John Henry Nash, Los Angeles (1924)
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Book Description Ernest Dawson. Printed By John Henry Nash, Los Angeles, 1924. Paper Wrappers. Book Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. Inscribed by Ernest Dawson and dated, Feb. 25, 1925 on front free endpaper. 10 pages. Limited edition, 500 copies. Printed by John Henry Nash for Ernest Dawson. Much of the essay served as the introduction to Mr. Dawson's Catalogue No. 35. Red-brown paper covers with paper label on front cover. Overall near fine condition. Size: 12 x 7.75 Inches. Signed by Publisher. Bookseller Inventory # 006434

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Book Description Privately printed by John Henry Nash of San Francisco for Ernest Dawson of Los Angeles, 1924. 10pp. Orwrs. One of 500 copies. In its orig. papercover (worn). Bookseller Inventory # 10544

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