Jade Snow Wong
Illustrator: Kathryn Uhl
Description: Stated First Edition. Boards in black cloth stamped in red and white on spine. Boards show some light wear and rubbing with some minor soiling. Illustrated endpapers. Previous owner's name at top of half-title page; small spot of soiling on a couple pages, else internally clean. pp. vii, 246.
A scarce first edition, with First Edition statement on the copyright page along with Harper's ''H-Z'' month-year code (August 1950). The first of two autobiographical memoirs by Jade Snow Wong (1922-2006), a Chinese American ceramic artist who was raised in San Francisco. Fifth Chinese Daughter covers her life up to the year 1945.
Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: None
Publisher: Harper & Brothers
Place: New York
Keywords: autobiography, memoir, Chinese-American, San Francisco, Bay Area, California,
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