Talks in a Library With Laurence Hutton Handwritten Signed Letter and Cabinet Photo
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Ninth Impression. Orange boards, lightly soiled along the edges with 1/4" tear at the top of the spine, strong hinges, clean pages. Dust jacket (in removable mylar sleeve) has 6 pieces of old tape residue on the spine, another across the front edge and the borders of the back. Also previous owner's bookplate on the fep. Comes with a full page handwritten and signed letter from Hutton to "Miss Booth" which is folded once and tipped into the front endpapers. Also a handwritten letter from Mrs. Hutton referring to the book, her husbands death before it was published, and a cabinet photo of Hutton which is included also included. Bookseller Inventory # 025419
Title: Talks in a Library With Laurence Hutton ...
Publisher: G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York and London
Publication Date: 1905
Book Condition: VG
Dust Jacket Condition: Fair+
Signed: Signed by Author(s)
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