As told to Serge G. Wolsey - Call House Madam: The Story of the Career of Beverly Davis
San Francisco: The Martin Tudordale Corporation, 1942. No other editions listed. Hardcover, 8vo. Red boards with gold lettering. 442pp. Embossed personal ex-library stamp reading 'The Modern First' to the lower edge of the front end-page page (see photos). Fair condition. Minor separation of the text-block from the spine. The spine is very slightly rolled. Creasing, toning, scratching, smudging, and discoloration to the outer/inner boards, end-papers, pages of the text, and the text-block edge. The dust jacket is not priced and is in fair condition. Light sun-fading to the spine. Edge-wear to the perimeter of the dust jacket. Creasing, toning, scratching, smudging, and discoloration to all faces of the dust jacket. Some chipping to the upper/lower dust jacket spine. Some wear and chipping to corners and hinges.Clear tape repairs (presumably by previous owner) to the perimeter of the upper dust jacket edge (see photos).
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