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    Edna Ferber. Emma McChesney & Co. New York: [1915]. First edition, inscribed by the author.

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    Edna Ferber. Emma McChesney & Co. New York: Stokes, [1915]. First edition, inscribed by Ferber on the front free endpaper: "I'm sending this to you, but, / because you have the rest of 'em. / If you feel moved to start your / first grate-fire with it I shan't / blame you. / Edna / September 26 1915." Octavo. 231 pages, with four illustrations by J. Henry. Publisher's full red cloth, front board decoratively ruled in blind, printed paper label on the front board, spine lettered in gilt, in original dust jacket. Jacket spine toned and worn, large chip missing on front jacket panel at top, some edgewear and toning to jacket, tape repair to verso of jacket near large chip, cloth spine sunned, gilt tarnished, some rubbing and mild soiling to binding, some offset from Ferber's inscription. Very good overall. From the collection of Donald Kaufmann.

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