Garden City: Doubleday, 1942. First edition. A very good copy in gray cloth with blue spine lettering, square and tight, with spine a bit sunned and bumping to the corners. The bookplate of Alexander Woolcott is on the front free endpaper. Woolcott was a prominent critic (the model for The Man Who Came to Dinner) as well as one of the founding editors of Stars and Stripes Newspaper and The Algonquin Round Table. Liebling was hands down the funniest writer on The New Yorker for years. This book of essays is hilarious--about the con men in New York who operated out of telephone booths with great success. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: THE TELEPHONE BOOTH INDIAN ( WOOLCOTT COPY)
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: 1st Edition
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