THE GIRL FROM HOLLYWOOD. New York: The Macaulay Company, . Octavo, pp. [1-8] 9-320 [note: first leaf is a blank], inserted frontispiece with illustration by P. J. Monahan, original pictorial coarse mesh weave red cloth, front and spine panels stamped in yellow-green. First edition, first printing. Bound in coarse mesh weave red cloth lettered in yellow-green; sheets quadruple sewn; the frontispiece caption reads, "The Director's eyes snapped.... 'Only a camera man/and myself are here' he said." Currey, p. 88 (printing A, binding A). Heins GH (not recording this binding). Spine panel just a bit dull, edges of text block darkened, a very good copy in fair four-color pictorial first printing dust jacket (illustration on front panel by P. J. Monahan) with "The / Macaulay / Company / New York" in a black box at the foot of the spine panel and six titles published by Macaulay in 1923 advertised on the rear panel and rear flap. The jacket is worn along the top and bottom edges, shallow loss at lower spine end, 12x50 mm chip from upper spine end with loss of "Girl" in title, 10x35 mm v-chip at upper edge of rear panel near flap fold, closed tears along folds, several with internal and external tape mends, and clipped price. This first printing jacket is rarely found and it is desirable any condition. (#151456).
No statement of printing.