Title Scribner's Magazine Vol 93. Jan - June, 1933
Book Condition Good
Edition 1st Edition
Size 4to - over 9¾ - 12
Publisher New York Scribner's 1933
Illustrator Edward Shenton
Seller ID 000534
New York: Scribner's Magazine. Bound 6-month volume containing January - June, 1933 (Volume 93). Tan cloth binding with green paper boards. Lacks front & back covers, but contains contents pages and advertisements for the six month volume. This 6-month volume contains three well-known short stories of Ernest Hemingway, later published in 'Winner Takes Nothing': 'A Clean, Well-Lighted Place' - Hanneman #C205, 'Give Us a Prescription, Doctor' (later changed to 'The Gambler, the Nun, and the Radio') - Hanneman #C208, and 'Homage to Switzerland' - Hanneman #C206. Also includes William Faulkner's short story, 'There Was A Queen'', including others. Illustrations by Edward Shenton. Overall, magazine is in good condition with sturdy previous library bound buckram binding; previous library label attached to inner back cover. Contains some usual internal library markings.