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1 Wright, Harold Bell A SON OF HIS FATHER
New York/London: D. Appleton and Company, (1925). First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Very mild use, a virtually fine example, in reddish cloth with gilt lettering and rules; lacking dust jacket. With superb Brandywinish full-color frontispiece painting, protected by a tissue guard that shows one tiny corner crease. 
Wright's eleventh novel centers on "Nora O'Shea, an Irish girl who, after her mother's death, travels to Arizona to see her brother, who works at the Las Rosas Ranch owned by Big Boy Morgan."--Joyce Kinkead. 
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2 Wright, Harold Bell WHEN A MAN'S A MAN
New York: Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, [undated]. Reprint. Hardcover. Pages inevitably tanned, else a remarkably fresh, fine example, in vivid orange cloth with black lettering; in a fine, if very mildly edgeworn, illustrated dust jacket with splendid Brandywine-style painting. 
Drawing on firsthand experience, Wright, in this 1916 novel, paints "a realistic picture of Arizona culture and characters, and he adds his own illustrations of the ranch equipment, brands, and scenes to his text."--J. Kinkead. Filmed in 1924 and 1935. 
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