Cedar Rapids, Iowa: The Torch Press, 1938. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good / No Dustjacket. Item #063437
Signed by the author at the title page with no date or inscription. Pages crisp and clean except for a clear drip spot and some dust staining on the head edge of the page block and a little toning starting in the margins; binding square and tight, full blue cloth cover showing a little barely visible spotting at the right rear, a pale smudge at the bottom right front, and tiny patches of finish loss at the lower spine and front; red inked titles are slightly dimmed at the spine but still bright on the front. 351pp. The mill corporation. The worker. The little house he has managed to keep despite the economic depression. The loud ideas condemning this principle or that politic. What is a good-natured, hard-working family man to do?