8" x 5.5". 411pp. Red cloth in dust wrapper. Spine lightly soiled, one page with offsetting from a clipping, else near fine condition. The uncommon jacket has a little edge wear and a faded spine, but is otherwise a decent VG+ example. Subtitled on the cover "A Gay Baedeker of Gotham." With maps and many illustrations by the author. "Licensed by the New York World's Fair, this book tells where to go and how to get there, occasionally dipping into the past for a touch of legend or anecdote.". Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Here is New York.
Publisher: Doubleday Doran & Company Inc.
Publication Date: 1939
Edition: First edition.
Book Description Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., New York. Hardcover. Condition: Good/Fair. First Edition. The book's boards are moderately worn, with a few inked numering and light foxing to the endpapers, othewise, the book is clean, complete and the binding tight, in good condition. The dustwrapper is edge worn, dye from the book has bled onto the inside of the wrap, chipping, taping to one closed tear, a few tears along the edges with one two inch piece torn from the back, otherwise, unclipped with the original $2.50 on the front flap and in fair condition. (G/Fair.) 411ppp. Seller Inventory # 805
Book Description Doubleday, Doran & company, inc. Condition: Fair. First edition copy. . Book Good. No dust jacket. Seller Inventory # Q12A-00711
Book Description Doubleday Doran, Garden City, New York, 1939. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good +. First edition. Hardcover in dust jacket. 8vo. First printing of first edition. Book is sturdy and clean in red boards gilt title on spine. Elegant and unreadable inscription on half-title page. Unclipped dust jacket is intact and bright; a touch of rubbing at edges and a few small chips at top are the only sign of wear. Discreet tape repairs on edges. Front endpapers show map of the city's transit system; rear endpapers show general plan of the 1939 World's Fair. various districts and neighborhoods. 411 pp. including index. In protective Mylar. Laid in are two pieces of ephemera: One is a small booklet published July 1939 titled "Museum of New York." The other is a bookmark from a Times Square bookstore of the era, Concord Books. Seller Inventory # 78493