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    Art Young. INSCRIBED / ALS. Art Young: His Life and Times. New York: Sheridan House, 1939. First edition. Inscribed by the author to Susie and Frank Wells, remarking upon a character named Speed and a promised visit; Speed's ALS mentioning his visit to Art Young's is laid in. Octavo. 467 pages. Illustrated. Publisher's binding and dust jacket. Covers rubbed with some spotting and a trace of dampstaining to rear and faint condensation ring to front board. Corners lightly bumped. Somewhat soiled price-clipped jacket worn with aforementioned glass ring to front and rubbing and chipping to extremities. Tape reinforcement, spot of dampstaining and foxing to verso of jacket. A better than good copy.

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    December, 2014
    11th Thursday
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