Who's It in America
[Mark Twain, Henry James (subjects)]. Charles E. Merriman (editor). Who's It in America. Being a Sort o' Biography of Certain Prominent Persons, with some Facts about them hitherto Unpublished in a Work of this Nature. New York: B. W. Dodge and Company, 1906. First edition. Twelvemo (6.75 x 4.875 inches; 170 x 125 mm.). [4, blank], 121, [3, blank] pages. Publisher's light brown cloth, spine lettered in red, front board lettered and decoratively stamped in red, white and blue; all edges of the text block trimmed; plain endpapers. In the original illustrated dust jacket, printed in red. Spine barely leaning; backstrip faintly foxed; some faint discoloration around the board edges; extremities very lightly worn. Top edge of the text block lightly foxed. Dust jacket split at the front panel fold, a few other chips and closed tears; backstrip tanned with a faint tidemark near the crown; light spot soiling. A near fine copy in a good dust jacket. Features brief biographical sketches of several prominent American figures. (#10204).