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The Yellow Y

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Published by Robert F. Schulkers, Publisher in Cincinnati, USA .
Written in English

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About the Edition

First Edition (only edition), bound in blue cloth with white stamping on spine, and white stamped image of Seckatary Hawkins on the front cover which also has a blind stamped border. The Dust jacket is on butterscotch colored paper and is printed in black. Early copies have a $1.00 price on the rear flap of the jacket. Later jackets have $1.25 price. It is thought that the earliest copies were issued without a dust jacket.

Edition Notes

StatementSeckatary Hawkins
SeriesSeckatary Hawkins
LC ClassificationsPZ7.S386 Ye
The Physical Object
Pagination311 p. : ill.
Number of Pages311
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25327353M
LC Control Number27005014

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