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Ade, George, John T. McCutcheon, illus. Pink Marsh, a story of the streets and town. Chicago & New York: Herbert S. Stone & Co., 1897. 12mo (17.5 cm; 6,75"). Frontis., 196, [1 (text)], [1 (blank)], [15 (ads) pp., 35 plts. $45.00
"This story is rewritten from a series of sketches which first appeared in The Chicago Record" (copyright page). Set in Chicago, it features "everyday" characters like Artie, an office boy; Doc Horne, a gentlemanly liar; and Pink Marsh, a black shoeshine boy.
Wright, III, 28; Kramer, Stone & Kimball, 128. Publisher's greenish gray cloth ruled in green as a wooden fence with title in green on front cover and a pink and green "coat of arms." Top edge gilt. (38198) Please RESHELVE This.
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