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Treat 'Em Rough Letters From Jack The Kaiser Killer

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Treat 'Em Rough
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Treat 'Em Rough

Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, . First edition First edition, second issue with 18 line poem. Illustrations by Frank Crerie. An attractive near fine example in decorated boards. This copy has a tipped in typed letter from Lardner on Newbegin's Booksellers & Imports stationary. One page. Dated October 1918 and addressed to Dear Mable and with a typed sign-off as "Jack the Kaiser Killer by Ring W. Lardner". Letter is not signed other than what has been typed. Letter was written from his Army barracks. Letters from Lardner are quite elusive. Near Fine Hardcover (Item ID: 10783)


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