Long Beach: the college, 1931. Hardcover. 221p., hardbound in 11x8.5 inch boards decorated in silver and red on black; the normal yearbook format with b&w portraits and journalism on coated paperstock. Scattered greetings and autographs, and, laid in, a closely-typed portion of a short story on cheap paper, titled ("What Price Pearls") but unsigned; concerns amateur smuggling, Europe to America. Covers are very dusty and somewhat edgeworn, ownership legend on ffep (one "Donald Dod"), a good copy. --A word on book's design and production: find amateur but effective use of art deco motifs in colors throughout. (Inventory #: 206930)
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