Bill's Diary

Sauk City, WI: Stanton & Lee, 1945. First edition. Hardcover. SIGNED. 285 pp. Duodecimo. [18 cm]. Sage green cloth over boards with dark green title stamped on spine. Minor scuffing to extremities and to front board. End papers foxed. Dust jacket is in Very Good condition with negligible losses at head of spine and corners, and a handful of spots at rear panel. Previous bookseller's pencilled notes on the interior of jacket and small library book plate on front paste down. Jacket is ever so slightly toned. Near Fine. Item #64804

Signed in blue ink to two fans by Dwig on the front free end paper.
"The story of 'Bill's Diary' the story of what every small boy is and does, what he would like to be and do....Dwig's Bill is Dwis himself; he is you and I; that is the plain, unvarnished fact, and that is the reason he is certain to find sympathy and understanding and affection among the readers of this book; Bill is every boy, today and yesterday, an essential part of that American scene and that American tradition so dear to us." --from August Derleth's foreword.

Price: $50.00

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