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    Ray Bradbury. The Halloween Tree. New York: [1972]. First edition, inscribed by Bradbury with an original drawing.

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    Ray Bradbury. The Halloween Tree. New York: Knopf, [1972]. First edition. Inscribed by Bradbury to collector Bob O'Malley on the front free endpaper: "For / Bob O'Malley / [drawing] / Ray Bradbury" (both "y's" in his name are arrows pointing downward). Octavo. [149] pages. With a small jack o'lantern sticker affixed to the drawing. Publisher's full black cloth, front board stamped in red, spine lettered in red and silver, dust jacket. Jacket spine lightly toned, else fine. From the collection of Bob O'Malley.



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    April, 2016
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