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    Booth Tarkington. Wanton Mally. With drawings by Joseph Simont. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1932. First edition. Red cloth with front cover and spine lettered in gilt. Red and white illustrated endpapers. Dust jacket with $2.00 price. Very good.

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    Octavo. 280 pages.

    Boards are slightly rubbed, lightly bumped corners and spine ends, some white discolored spotting especially to the joints and darkened edges. Small pencil notation to rear pastedown endpaper. Jacket is rubbed, the spine is darkened, tiny chips and closed tears to the edges especially the spine ends and corners. Very good condition.



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    October, 2010
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