LOFTING | The Story of Dr. Dolittle, 1920
The Story of Doctor Dolittle. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1920
8vo, FIRST EDITION, frontispiece, 2 other plates and other illustrations by the author, original orange cloth blocked in blue with illustration laid down, pictorial endpapers, DUST-JACKET, collector's chemise and slipcase featuring design adapted from illustrated endpapers, frontispiece reinserted, upper hinge splitting, worn and slightly trimmed dust-jacket professionally strengthened and restored, flaps slightly dyed from boards
FIRST EDITION OF THE FIRST 'DOCTOR DOLITTLE' BOOK
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