Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good. 157 pp. A fine copy, in price clipped dust jacket with light shelf wear, mild toning to spine. Signed with short inscription by author on front free endpaper. "The warm and funny truth about life in a retail store...Here is a happy book about happy people. It's about a book store, but it could be any business - and you're probably in it, on both sides of the counter!" (dust jacket). Lewis Meyer (1913-1995) was born in Sapulpa, Oklahoma. For sixty years, Meyer was a Tulsa institution as an author, bookstore owner, and book reviewer. His television program, "The Lewis Meyer Bookshelf", ran on KOTV for 42 years (Tulsa Historical Society). (Inventory #: 1568)
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