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1 (Sinatra, Frank). Lahr, John SINATRA: The Artist and the Man
New York: Random House, (1997). 0375501444 / 9780375501449 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. Square quarto. 
Large-format photo-illustrated tribute, with essay by New Yorker drama critic Lahr, and with one hundred of the best photos ever taken of Ol' Blue Eyes (some never published before) by Weegee, William Read Woodfield, Bob Willoughby, and others. 
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2 Lahr, John THE AUTOGRAPH HOUND
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1973. 0394480937 / 9780394480930 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Remainder emblem to lower page edges, else near fine, in beige cloth with blind-stamping to front, gilt-stamping to spine, yellow upper page edge tint; lightly worn, mildly soiled, about near fine dust jacket with short creased tear to lower rear panel. 
Debut novel from the esteemed theatre critic and journalist, son of Bert Lahr. "A funny, moving, terrifying portrait of the dream life of America--haunting, beautifully written."--Arthur Kopit. SIGNED by the author. 
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