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Twentieth-Century Glamor, Set of 3

Nick Harvill Libraries

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Twentieth-Century Glamor, Set of 3
Twentieth-Century Glamor, Set of 3
Twentieth-Century Glamor, Set of 3
Twentieth-Century Glamor, Set of 3
Twentieth-Century Glamor, Set of 3

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Era:
Vintage
Condition:
Good; wear and abrasions to covers, foxing to endpapers of 1.
Materials:
paper/board
Size:
9" L x 6" W x 3" H
Color/Finish:
red/pink

Why We Love This

Hardcovers, lacking dust jackets. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes by Anita Loos. New York: Boni Liveright, 1926. Twelfth Printing. 217 pages. To the One I Love Best by Ludwig Bemelmans. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1955. Second Printing. 223 pages. Shorthand with Champagne: The Memoirs of a Public Stenographer in a Beverly Hills Hotel by Edna Ruby. Cleveland: World Publishing Company, 1965. First Edition. 246 pages.
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About Nick Harvill Libraries

California-based Nick Harvill Libraries specializes in out-of-print and rare books from the 20th century on fashion, design, art, social history, travel, Hollywood, and photography. NHL and its books have been profiled in Vogue, C Magazine, The Peak of Chic, Angeleno, Vogue Living, the Los Angeles Times, and American Express’s Black Ink Magazine. Elle Décor recommended NHL for its “hip vintage books” from a “smart young dealer.”