Boston: The Christopher Publishing Company, . Frontispiece of Hazelwood. First Edition. Signed presentation from Hazelwood on the half-title page: “To- Mrs. Helen Wolfe, With sincere good wishes always. Clate Hazelwood. W.H.H.H. Boston.” E. Clayton Hazelwood was a newspaper columnist (in Boston?) and had a radio program on NBC. Dubbed as the “second Edgar A. Guest” in one of the reviews on the front flap of the dust jacket, I believe this is his second book, the first being “Poetry Portraits”, published in 1936. He published several other titles in later years. This title is a scarce, Depression-era publication. 12mo., printed yellow wraps; 64 pages. Item #58003
Very Good (little wear edges; minor foxing frontispiece & few pages text).