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1 Terhune, Albert Payson CALEB CONOVER, RAILROADER
New York and London: The Authors and Newspapers Association, 1907. First edition with title-page imprint: ''Joel Gutman & Co./Special Edition/For Sale exclusively by us in Baltimore, Md.'' Publisher's tipped-in notic Hardcover. Modest wear to spine ends and corner tips, mild soiling to the covers, bookseller's neat rubber-stamped address to front free endpaper, coffee-colored staining to pages 286-294, else very good in gilt-titled, blind-stamped olive cloth; no dust jacket. 
Tissue-guarded watercolor frontispiece and three additional color plates by Frank Parker. Facsimile manuscript page. Early book from Terhune, author of LAD: A DOG and LAD OF SUNNYBANK, relates the fictional adventures of a railroad man. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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2 Terhune, Albert Payson THE MAN IN THE DARK
New York: Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, (1922). B0008BSENQ Third printing: so stated on copyright page. Hardcover. Good only: spine cocked and creased, splotches of red stain to front cover, light wear; internally clean and sharp; lacking dust jacket. 
Scarce suspense novel--by the author best known for his beloved dog stories--features a collie named Bruce; first appeared in the December 1909 issue of THE CAVALIER. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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