Item Detail

Item Number 3755
Title Sir And Brother
Author Lee, Harry
Condition NF/VG+
Publisher Appleton-Century-Crofts
Place Published New York
Date Published 1948
Edition 1st Edition
Binding Hardcover; 1st Printing
Notes 1st edition/1st printing with (1) on last text page. Association copy, signed and inscribed by the author to Ted and Elizabeth Purdy, the author's editor/publisher. The author's inscription says: With thrice repeatted [as spelled by the author] affection and gratitude and much satisfaction that my Editor & Publisher has stayed to give me aid through each of these undertakings. Harry Lee, New York, Sept. '48. The book is near fine - straight, clean and tight, with a bit of shelf-rubbing to spine ends. The dustjacket is price intact, clean & bright, with a small, faint spot to upper back panel, a slightly darkened spine, and some small, shallow edge chips and fold rubs. Very nice! A novel about a labor leader, written by the author of 'Fox in the Cloak' (which was awarded the Carl Bohenberger Medal, which is presented every 2 years for the most distinguished 1st novel by a resident of the Southeastern states - Margaret Mitchell was another winner of this award), and 'No Measure Danced'. ; Signed by Author
Keyword(s) Harry Lee,Association Copy,Signed Books
Category(ies) 1st & Limited Editions - Signed,General Fiction 1sts
Price $121.50