Warden Lewis E. Lawes - 20,000 Years in Sing Sing
New York: Ray Long & Richard R. Smith, Inc., 1932. Hardcover. 8vo. Black boards with silver lettering and red line decoration. 412pp. Profusely illustrated with black and white photographs. Fair condition. Binding is very slightly rolled. Very minor separation of textblock from spine. Edgewear. Scratching, creasing, toning, foxing, and areas of discoloration to textblock edge, inner boards, and pages of text. Previous bookstore pricing in pencil to upper edge of front endpaper. Some staining and speckled discoloration to pages and textblock edge. Dust jacket is in fair condition. Dust jacket has not been price clipped. Dust jacket is housed in protective plastic. Shelf-wear. Closed tears to front cover. Large crease to rear cover of jacket. Chipping to perimeter of jacket. Toning, creasing, and discoloration to faces, spine, and inner flaps of jacket.
Non-fiction account of prison life by warden Lewis E. Lawes. Basis for the classic film starring Spencer Tracy and Bette Davis.
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