The South: The Black and White, and Other Problems Below the Mason and Dixon Line. Sherwood ANDERSON.

The South: The Black and White, and Other Problems Below the Mason and Dixon Line

N.p. [New York?]: [1926]. First Edition Thus. A Sherwood Anderson rarity. This finely-printed keepsake on thick paper appears to be the only separate appearance of an article which first appeared in Vanity Fair for September, 1926. Later reprinted in Hello Towns (SHEEHY 333), but this printing not noted by the bibliographer. Issued without imprint, date, or publisher, but includes a brief introductory statement by Frank Crowninshield, editor of Vanity Fair. Presumably produced as a premium for Vanity Fair subscribers, or perhaps as a Christmas keepsake for the author's use. None others in commerce. OCLC gives 8 locations. Small, square quarto in wrappers; [8pp]. Fine, apparently unread copy.

Price: $450.00

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