James Hilton - Random Harvest - Little Brown, 1941, Signed First Edition. Boston, Little Brown & Co.Hardback first edition and first impression. Spine tips a little bumped, some offsetting to endpapers from envelope having been laid in. Jacket with a long tear to the top edge and chip to the lower edge, and chipping to the spine tips and corners. A couple of shorter tears to the rear of the jacket and some creasing / edge wear.
Inscribed by the author For Irene and Lou Harrison \ with best wishes \ and many, many \ thanks \ James Hilton \ Feb 1941. Also included is an envelope with a newspaper clipping included, this having been cut out by Hilton and is signed Adele & I both think this is very good of you. We are members of ILAB, the ABA and the PBFA.
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