8vo. 269 pp. Black with red. Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket. Mild edgewear and splitting to jacket, expertly backed with brown paper. Previous owner's name and date to front free endpaper. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Let Tomorrow Come
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company, Inc.
Publication Date: 1929
Book Condition: Fine
Edition: First Edition.
Book Description Norton, 1929. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Tight binding. Flat, unmarked text pages. Previous owner's stamp on front inside cover. Lightly age-toned. Untrimmed page edges. Pages of varying size. Red and black boards scuffed. Your purchase benefits the world-wide relief efforts of Mennonite Central Committee. Bookseller Inventory # mon0000204310
Book Description Norton, New York, 1929. hardcover. Book Condition: Fair. 1st ed.. 12mo. 12mo. hardcover Hardcover, 1929. 1st ed. Jacket is red with white lettering and pictorial. Jacket is in fair condition encased in brodart with light chipping and moderate wear. 269pp. Black cloth binding with scarlet title boxes on spine and front with black lettering within. Cover is in fair to good condition with slight bumping of extremities and minute chip on spine and bottom corner with light wear on boards. Joints and hinges are attached and sturdy. Textblock is tight with mild toning and moderate deckling of edges with top edge painted. Pages are intact and clean with light toning of paper. Jacket is red with white lettering and pictorial. Jacket is in fair condition encased in brodart with light chipping and moderate wear. Bookseller Inventory # GRP69145454
Book Description W. W. Norton and Company New York (1929), 1929. First Edition. An autobiographical novel recounting the author's experiences in a federal penitentiary. "A loosely related series of impressionistic sketches, often horrifying in content but compassionate in tone" (Rideout p. 112). Albert Barr was the secretary of the Tulsa, OK, IWW local when he and 26 other members were convicted of "conspiracy to bring about a revolutionary overthrow of the United States government" and 3 other charges in Dec. 1919. He later became a newspaperman, although this appears to be his only book. Very scarce title. Near Fine but for stain to top page edge, in nearly Very Good dustjacket, chipped at spine ends and flap corners, dampstain at lower spine area, white tape (possibly archival) at verso of jacket at edges. Bookseller Inventory # 29128