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    August Derleth. Three First Editions, including: Dwig [Clare Victor Dwiggins]. Bill's Diary. Foreword by August Derleth. Sauk City, Wisconsin: Stanton and Lee, Publishers, 1945. The front endpaper includes an original pencil sketch and ink inscription "To Gene from Dwig". Twelvemo. 288 pages. Green cloth with black spine titles. Overall fine. Dust jacket is very good with some wear, small tears, and minor paper loss at head and foot of spine. [and:] Writing Fiction. Boston: The Writer, Inc., Publishers [1946]. Twelvemo. 201 pages. Index. Red cloth with gold titles on spine and front cover. Some wear on covers and toning in the paper. Overall near fine. Dust jacket is very good with some wear and paper loss along spine, and a 1" x 2" piece out at head of front cover. [and:] August Derleth and Mark Schorer. Colonel Markesan and Less Pleasant People. Sauk City, Wisconsin: Arkham House, Publishers [1966]. Twelvemo. 285 pages. Black cloth with gold spine titles. Overall fine. Dust jacket is near fine with minor wear and a clipped upper corner on front flap. From the Robert and Diane Yaspan Collection.

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