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A Yankee Looks at Cricket

Sayen, Henry; Brodribb, Gerald

Published by Putnam, London, 1956
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First printing. Spring green cloth with spine lettered in silver. INSCRIBED BY SAYEN ON THE VERSO OF HIS FRONTIS PORTRAIT: "To Cousin Dora/ A beloved personality whose every thought is that of kindness/ Harry Sayen/ July 1956". 120 pps. Illustrated with photographs. The American nicknamed "England's Good Mascot" offers his memoirs of the game as well as his thoughts about the cricket in America. William Henry Sayen (1883-1965) was the only American to play for a Gentlemen of England XI (in 1908) and came to be recognized as an ambassador for cricket, especially in the United States, where he was born at St. Davids, Pennsylvania, close by the famed Germantown Cricket Club. Very good. In price clipped dust jacket with light egde wear and a short closed tear top outer front panel tip. Bookseller Inventory # E4200

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Title: A Yankee Looks at Cricket

Publisher: Putnam, London

Publication Date: 1956

Binding: Hard Cover

Dust Jacket Condition: Yes

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: First

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