New York: Doubleday & Co, 1969. Octavo. First edition with this title. From the author's library signed and with written provenance from two booksellers. First published as The Preacher and the Slave, this copy contains the same text, only the title was changed. One of 4000 copies and one of only five copies given to Stegner by the publisher. Joe Hill won the Irving and Jean Stone award for best biographical novel of 1969. Bound in maroon cloth backed in red cloth, lettered and stamped in gilt, in unclipped dust jacket, some nicks and rubbing along spine. A very good copy. (Colberg A11.3.a).
(Inventory #: 021120)
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