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JERRY TODD AND THE BUFFALO BILL BATHTUB  #13. by  1884 - 1944)  Leo (pseudonym of Edward Edson Lee - Hardcover - (1936) - from Bookfever.com, IOBA (SKU: 73688)

JERRY TODD AND THE BUFFALO BILL BATHTUB #13.

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JERRY TODD AND THE BUFFALO BILL BATHTUB #13.

by Edwards, Leo (pseudonym of Edward Edson Lee, 1884 - 1944)

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New York:: Grosset & Dunlap,, (1936). Good only in tangerine cloth with navy blue lettering (damage to the upper corner of several pages at the end of the book, not affecting the text, some spine slant, other wear but still a tight and sturdy copy) . First or early edition. The thirteenth book in this series set in the fictional town of Tutter, Illinois. In his autobiography Ronald Reagan, who also grew up in Illinois, said he had a childhood much like Jerry Todd. Illustrated by Bert Salg with a gloddy frontispiece and three glossy internal plates.. 232 pp. Map endpapers, gray top edge tinting.

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Bookseller Inventory #
73688
Title
JERRY TODD AND THE BUFFALO BILL BATHTUB #13.
Author
Edwards, Leo (pseudonym of Edward Edson Lee, 1884 - 1944)
Book condition
Used - Good only in tangerine cloth with navy blue lettering (damage to the upper corner of several pages at the end of the book, not
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Grosset & Dunlap,
Place of Publication
New York:
Date published
(1936)
Keywords
illinois setting,
Bookseller catalogs
Juvenile Series;

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