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    J. Evetts Haley. Trade Edition and Limited Edition of Erle P. Halliburton: Genius With Cement. Duncan [Oklahoma]: [Halliburton Oil Well Cementing Company], produced and designed by Carl Hertzog, 1959. First trade edition signed by Haley on the title page. The limited edition (not listed in Lowman, Printer at the Pass)has a hand-written limitation affixed to the front-free endpaper which reads: "Of the "H.A."/ edition of this/ book - "Hertzog-Arbuckle,"/ not something else - / this is copy number/ 1 (of 2)/ Printed by [Hertzog's "HC" intertwined initials]/ Carl Hertzog". Oblong 16mo. 48 pages. Illustrated. Trade edition with original pictorial cloth; limited edition in the original blue cloth with titles stamped in white. Both copies in fine condition.
    Reference: Lowman 111A.


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    March, 2011
    12th Saturday
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