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Samuel Lyle Criminologist. by CRABB (Arthur) - First Edition - 1920 - from Robert Temple Booksellers and

Samuel Lyle Criminologist.

by CRABB (Arthur)

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By Arthur Crabb. Illustrated by S.C. Coll. New York, The Century Co., 1920. Line frontispiece and three plates; blank at end; pp.[viii]+347+[iii]; sage green fine buckram, lettered and with short rule, black, on spine, lettered black on front cover. Vertical flexion crease to back board; small chip to blank lower fore-corner of pp.135-6; otherwise a fine copy. Queen, DSS, p.28; Hubin, p.98; Smith, ‘American Fiction 1900-1925’ C-854. Eleven short stories. Copies are also known in red cloth. All books listed by Robert Temple are first editions unless otherwise stated.


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