THE LADY IS COLD. E. B. E. B. W. White, Elwyn Brooks.
THE LADY IS COLD
THE LADY IS COLD
THE LADY IS COLD

THE LADY IS COLD

New York: Harper and Brothers, 1929. First Edition. Hardcover. Binding "B", featuring a blue and silver city skyline repeating within grids across boards, is generally agreed to be the less common of the two bindings, and was issued in a run of only 1392 copies. Previous owner's bookplate -- graphic of what appears to be the Golden Gate Bridge -- to front pastedown. Following White's "Less Than Nothing, or The Life and Times of Sterling Finney", a solely in-house New Yorker publication issued in 1927 "to
send to agents and customers as a good-will offering,", "The Lady is Cold" was published at age 30. Stated First Edition. pp. [2], xii, 95, [2]. Rubbing and nudging to corners. Very Good. Item #75225

Price: $350.00

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