NY: Watch Tower Bible & Tract Society, 1976. Stated First Edition; 16mo., red boards with gilt lettering, hardcover; 192 pages; subjects include: boredom at home, kinds of friends, should you drink, take drugs, sports studying, clothes, honesty and ends with “What do you want out of life” and the last...
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NY: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1951. Stated First Edition printed in the U. S. A.; reprint of an 1836 guide to good manners published by Messrs Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman; very good in very good dustjacket with slight edgewear.
Chicago: Correct English Publishing Co. (1907). Small 8vo., 64pages; blue cloth covered boards with gilt lettering, hardcover, lightly edgeworn and sunned else a very good, clean, tight copy.
NY: Doubleday, Doran & Co., Inc., 1939. 12mo.; blue embossed boards with gilt on spine, hardcover; 83 pages; black and white photographic illustrations; endpapers are sunned else a very good clean, tight copy in edge rubbed boards on corners and spine ends with small tears on top spine end.
NY: Dover Publications (1966). Reprint of the original 1900 edition; 8vo. stiff pictorial wraps, softcover; 87 pages; black and white illustrations; “A manual of manners for polite infants, with 90 drawings; non authorial inscription on front free end paper and very light edgewear else a very good clean tight copy.
NY: Xerox University Microfilms, 1967. Reprint edition; small 4to.; blue cloth covered boards with pictorial label paste-on, hardcover; blue and white illustrations; edgeworn and lightly soiled boards else a very good clean tight copy.
NY: Dover Publications (1968). Reprint of a 1903 title12mo. stiff pictorial wraps, softcover; 87 pages; black & white illustrations; very good.
NY: Grossman Publishers 1973. 1st edition; 8vo., cloth covered boards, hardcover; 135 pages; “does one offer his seat to a liberated woman” and other important questions and observations very good with no apparent flaws in a sunned dustjacket with one small closed tear on the front panel.
Scranton, PA: William Morrow & Co (1992). Stated 1st edition with 1 in the numberline; 8vo., cloth backed boards, hardcover; 132 pages; a very good clean tight copy in a lightly edgeworn dustjacket.
NY: Simon and Schuster (1956). Golden Book 273; 1st edition with “A”; small 8vo., glossy pictorial boards;edgeworn covers sand sunned pages else very good.
Beverly Hills, CA: Centers For Teenage Discovery, 1977. 8vo.; pictorial glossy stiff wraps, vi, 141 pages; softcover; b/w illustrations by Stephanie Lipney; contents are what was discussed at the Center for Teenage Discovery and considered to be important for the enjoyment of right now; remains of price sticker on title...
NY: Ryland Peters & Small, (2004). First edition with a 1 present in the number line; square 24mo.; pictorial covered boards, hardcover; 63 pages; blue, black and white illustrations; a very good clean tight copy in a very good dust jacket.
NY: Uncle Don’s Book Club, 1930. 8vo.; cloth covered boards, hardcover; black and white illustrations; endpapers are sunned else a very good clean tight copy in boards that are edge rubbed and front board is creased in a very poor soiled, torn and chipped dust jacket.
Fairbanks & Seattle: Epicenter Press (1996). Stated 1st edition with 1 in the numberline; 8vo., stiff pictorial wraps, soft cover; 157 pages; light edgewear otherwise it is a very good clean tight copy.
T. Van Nostrand Reinhold (1982). 1st edition; 8vo.; black boards, hardcover; a fine, clean, tight copy in a fine dustjacket.
NY: P.J. Kenedy & Sons (1963). Translated by Una Morrissy. 8vo., cloth, very good in slight soiled dust jacket.
NY: Bantam Books (1983). 8vo.; glossy pictorial wraps, xiv, 113 pages; softcover; b/w illustrations; wraps are lightly rubbed on corners else very good.
Indianapolis: The No-Tobacco League (1923). Small 8o.; stiff pictorial wraps, 111 pages; softcover; very good in lightly soiled and rubbed wraps.
NY: Clarkson Potter (1990). 1st edition. Illus. by Rollin McGrail. possibly inscribed by Guggenheimer:” To Eva with affection, Ely”; a fine, clean, tight copy in a lfine unclipped dustjacket.
Bos: Page Co. (1920). 9th impression of a 1913 title. 8vo.; blue cloth covered boards, hardcover; 323 pages + ads; edgeworn with faded spine lettering and dusty edges else a very good clean tight copy.
Washington, D. C.: Brookings Institution Press (1998). 1st edition with a 1 in the number line; inscribed by the author; small 8vo.; cloth covered boards with gilt lettering on spine end, xiii, 159 pages; hardcover; b/w illustrations; introduction by Judith Martin; very good in a very good dust jacket.
Franklin Lakes, NJ: New Page Books (2004). 8vo; color pictorial stiff wraps, softcover; 224 pages; black and white decorative illustrations; slightly edgeworn else a very good clean tight copy.
NY: Hill And Wang (1990). Book club edition; small 4to.; cloth backed boards, 305 pages; hardcover; b/w illustrations; a fine, clean, tight copy in a fine dustjacket.
NY: Bobbs-Merrill (1970). 8vo. blue cloth covered boards, hardcover; 72 pages; a very good clean tight copy in a lightly soiled and edgeworn dustjacket.
Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1913. 8vo.; grey cloth covered boards with white lettering, hardcover; x, 245 pages; black and white illustrations; lightly foxed endpapers else a very good clean tight copy in very good boards that have some light soiling.