Chicago: Royce Publishers, 1944. First Edition of "Madame La Gimp." 16mo; 126pp; + 1p. ad for the "Quick Reader" series. Color Printed wrappers designed by Alexrod with movie stills collaged around title and authors, near fine. One of an unusual miniature paperback series, Quick Reader. Runyon's story was made into the film "Lady for a Day." Also included in this little book are "The Devil and Daniel Webster" by Stephen Vincent Benet, "Nothing Sacred" by James Street, and "The Failure" by Katharine Haviland-Taylor. Not in Wagner which lists appearance in GUYS AND DOLLS, unusual. (Inventory #: 5123)
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