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    James H. Pierce. The Battle of Hollywood: The Autobiography of the Oldest Living Tarzan. [Kansas City, MO]: House of Greystoke, [1978]. First edition, one of 2,000 copies, "Presentation Copy." Signed by the author on frontispiece. Additionally inscribed by Vern Coriell. Quarto. [16], 1-71, [72-182], [2, blank] pages. Frontispiece, intertextual illustrations and facsimile letters. Publisher's red textured paper over boards, in a dust jacket. Short tear on dust jacket front panel, light extremity wear on dust jacket and binding, faint marks on front free endpaper. Bookplate and bibliographic info affixed to front free endpaper, accompanied by cellophane tape. Else, near fine.

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    27th Thursday
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