Man in the Street Stories
[Mark Twain (subject)]. Chauncey M. Depew (editor). The "Man in the Street" Stories. From "The New York Times." Containing over six hundred humorous after-dinner stories about prominent persons. New York: J. S. Ogilvie Publishing Company, 1902. First edition. Octavo (7.25 x 4.875 inches; 185 x 125 mm.). 310, [6, ads], [4, blank] pages. Frontispiece. Publisher's dark green cloth, spine and front board lettered in black and ruled in white, front board decoratively stamped in black and white; all edges of the text block trimmed; plain endpapers. Spine somewhat leaning; backstrip rubbed with the white rules worn away; joints and edges lightly worn, particularly at the spine ends and corners; front board rubbed, some white stamping worn away, with a small bubble beneath the cloth; corners tapped. Slightly shaken; front endpaper excised; occasional over-opening; a few marginal fox marks. Good. Contains nine stories about Mark Twain (numbers 1, 87, 203, 208, 263, 344, 419, 492 and 596). (#10196).