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    Erskine Caldwell. God's Little Acre. NY: 1933. First edition. Inscribed by cast members of 1958 film (Jack Lord, Tina Louise).

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    Erskine Caldwell. God's Little Acre. New York: Viking Press, 1933. First edition. Inscribed by four cast members of the 1958 film, including Jack Lord and Tina Louise.

    Inscribed by four cast members to "Mr. Moran" on the front free endpaper, including: Jack Lord, Tina Louise, Rex Ingram, and Davis Roberts. Octavo. [iv], 303, [3, blank] pages. Publisher's full black cloth, front cover and spine stamped and lettered in yellow and green, dust jacket. Some wear and thumbsoiling to jacket, minor rubbing to binding, else very good.

    From the John McLaughlin/Book Sail Collection.

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    April, 2013
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