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Twenty Five Selcted Stories of O.O. McIntyre (with handwritten letter)

McIntyre, O.O.

Published by Cosmopolitan, New York, 1931
Condition: fine Hardcover
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Hardcover in blue cloth lettered in gilt. 180 pp. Frontispiece photograph of the author and illustrated with drawings. This edition indicated as not being for sale and available only to subscribers of Cosmopolitan Magazine. Collection of short sketches about New York life and its characters.O.O. McIntyre was a noted journalist of the 1920s and 30s who was famed for combining small-town hominess (he was from rural Missouri) with big city sophistication as he described the Big Apple of the Jazz Age. Fine in very good dust jacket, lightly chipped about the edges. Accompanied by a one page handwritten letter on Ritz Carlton Hotel, New York notepaper, undated, four paragraphs to a young man who apparently wrote to McIntyre about what the most important asset a younf man can have for success. McIntyre answers that ". the most valuabgle asset for a young man in this or any other age is honesty.May I say that I ahve never known a dishonest man who seems to me to be happy.". Bookseller Inventory # E10479

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Title: Twenty Five Selcted Stories of O.O. McIntyre...

Publisher: Cosmopolitan, New York

Publication Date: 1931

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:fine

Dust Jacket Condition: very good

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

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