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    William MacHarg. The Affairs of O'Malley. New York: 1940. First edition. Inscribed by the author. Octavo. vi, 308, [4, blank] pages. Publisher's green cloth, spine and front lettered in brown; all text block edges trimmed, top edge stained brown; original illustrated dust jacket. Backstrip dulled; moderate amount of shelf wear to binding; a couple of small bumps along top edge. Endpapers and text block softly dulled; topstain dulled; small stain and scratch at fore-edge of text block. A few small chips to top edge of jacket, otherwise minor nicking at spine and flap fold ends, with associated soft creasing and short tears; longer tear, just over an inch, extending up from foot of front panel fold; mild wear and creasing along folds. Very good.

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