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    Mark Twain. A Dog's Tale. Illustrated by W.T. Smedley. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1904.

    First American edition (preceded by the English). Octavo-size in fours.
    [vi], 1-[36], [2, blank] pages. With frontispiece and three plates inserted, all in color.

    Red cloth, black-and white-stamped front board, white-stamped spine, dust wrapper. Jacket darkened on the spine and around the edges, and with a few small cuts and scrapes. Endpapers slightly browned from the jacket flaps, bookseller's small ink stamp on the front pastedown endpaper. Still, a bright, very good copy of this book.

    BAL 3483. Johnson, Twain, p. 78.


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    June, 2008
    4th-5th Wednesday-Thursday
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