Fame in our Time

By: Merrill, Arch

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New York: American Book-Stratford Press , 1960. SIGNED by Author to ffep. Profiles of George Eastman, a bank clerk who took up photography, Frank Gannetti peddling papers in a country town, Glenn Curtis mending bicycles in a village shop, Bob jackson trying a case in a Barn, Jim Wadsworth making his maiden speech etc. All upstate New Yorkers who went on to have huge impact on the 20th century. CONDITION Red bdswith back title, has sl. faded edges and spine, not worn, pp 202 with 8 photo illus, in tight unread state. Original wrapper has faintly scuffed edges, not chipped or price clipped, faint browning to inside flaps. An exceptionally good copy.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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