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    Arthur Train. Group of Two Inscribed First Edition Titles and Two Typed Letters Signed. Including: Arthur Train. Tut, Tut! Mr. Tutt. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1923. First edition, inscribed by Train as Ephram Tutt and additionally signed Arthur Train. Octavo. Publisher's green cloth stamped in gilt, top edge stained, fore-edge untrimmed. Inscribed on the front free endpaper. Illustrated dust jacket. Minor wear and soiling, chipping to jacket extremities, with a little loss at the corners, chipping and rubbing with loss of color to the fore-edge fold at the front jacket panel, ink stamp to rear panel. Altogether very good. Previous owner has mounted to the front pastedown endpaper a brief typed biography of Train along with a transcription of the adjacent inscription.

    [And:] Arthur Train. When Tutt Meets Tutt. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1927. First edition, inscribed to L.W. Cullen, Esq. Octavo. Publisher's orange cloth stamped in black, top edge stained, fore-edge untrimmed. Illustrated dust jacket. Inscribed on the front free endpaper. Minor wear and soiling, chipping to jacket extremities, with a little loss at the top spine corners, dust jacket price clipped. Altogether very good.

    [And:] Arthur Train. TLS. February 10, 1914. [And:] Arthur Train. TLS. February 17, 1914. Both to George Haven Putnam, publisher at G.P. Putnam's Sons, who participated in various social and civic causes, and followed his father's efforts with relation to copyright protection for authors. He organized in 1887 the American Publisher's Copyright League, and it is in this capacity that Arthur Train is first seeking his assistance, and then thanking him for his quick action. Both letters on Arthur C. Train's legal letterhead, 27 William Street, New York City, Representing the Authors League of America and the Society of Authors in London. Both letters with typical folds, tears at corners with some loss, puncture holes in one letter along with pencil markings. Very good.

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