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Old Tymes: 1940. Very scarce A.L.S., 8vo. 1 page, Old Tymes, Connecticut, November 11, 1940, less than one year after the success of Oz and only one year before he would join the Canadian Navy during World War II, in full: "Many thanks for your letter and the contracts. I do not see any objection to the terms there-in, but UI would prefer to wait until the outcome of the Walm's deal with Hirsch is settled before I sign it.....
New York: mac, 1915. 8vo, pictorial cloth. New York: Macmillan, 1915. First Edition. Scarce Inscribed, and signed in full, Jan. 4, 1916 "To my dear friend Edith Wyatt with every good wish....Possibly the chapter on architecture in motion is the one that will please you most. But you will also care to read about Mrs. McCormick's play in the chapter on Progress and Endowment." The spine is toned & the back cover dust soiled.