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Barre: Imprint Society, 1971. A few Illus. 4to, 1/2 red cloth, publisher's slipcase, slipcase dampstained, top and bottom of page margins wrinkled but not dampstained. Barre: Imprint Society, (1971). One of 1950 copies. This copy was inscribed by Walter Muir Whitehill, who wrote the introduction, to Wendell Garrett. From the library of Wendell Garrett with his rubber stamp on the front flyleaf and his ink mark on one page margin of the introduction.
London: Foulis, 1912. Illustrated with 16 mounted color plates, reproduced from oil paintings by Frederick Gardner. ix, 300, plus ads. Thick 8vo, gilt- lettered red cloth; uncut edges, t.e.g. London & Edinburgh: T.N. Foulis, 1912. First edition. Very good. Light scattered foxing, otherwise a near fine copy in a very good edgeworn dust wrapper.
New York: The World Today, 1926. Numerous well-printed color plates featuring the comic character creations of MacManus, Opper, Dorgan, Gould, Sterrett, etc. Illustrations by Louis Biedermann & Rhyme-Story by Jack Lait. Slim 4to, green cloth with large pictorial paper plate on front cover (rubbed; spine joints and ends repaired; tiny marginal chip on one page). New York: The World Today/King Features Syndicate, (1926). Presumed first edition. A good copy of this scarce book, internally clean.