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New York: Simon & Schuster/ Verve, 1955. First Edition; published in cooperation with Verve; printed in France. Folio; only minute wear; a fine copy in the rare “transmatic” dust jacket. These dust jackets employedclear plastic, usually acetate, with printed paper flaps. Highly fragile, often perished or defective, this example is.....
New York: Dramatist’s Play Service, 1939. First Edition; original publisher’s boards. With an essay by O’Neill. One of an unspecified edition signed by the various contributors (including Sidney Howard and John Mason Brown). Extremities a little worn; very good. Baker’s influence on 20th century American playwriting was profound.
New York: The Century Company, 1902. First Edition. Publisher’s decorated cream colored cloth; some cloth staining; a good copy. The Woodbridge et al. bibliography and the later one by Sisson and Martens claim this as the earliest binding, but this cataloguer’s experience casts some doubt on this attribution, although it.....