Title: Dear Miss Afflerbach or The Postman Hardly Ever Rings 11,342 Times
Author: Miller Harris; Howard Gossage
Description: Book is worn at head and tail of spine. Damp stain to bottom edge of text block near spine. Does not seem to impact page surfaces. Pages are free of marks and binding is tight. Dust jacket is chipped at tail of spine. Tiny closed tears and a little wear along edges. Age toning and a little general soiling to surfaces. Damp stain to rear surface along spine and a little bit on spine. Blue rubbed area on front surface. Not price clipped. DJ has been placed in an archival protective clear cover. Stated first printing, 1962.
This is a selection from just that quantity of answers to an advertisement to an advertisement run by Eagle Shirtmakers in the March 11, 1961, issue of The New Yorker. The ad offered a give-away, asked for suggestion for its use and a name for it, with a prize of Eagle shirts for the winner. These are the liveliest replies from all over the United States, and abroad, from people in all fields, adults and children, men and women -- and some entering under more than one name.
Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: Good
Publisher: Macmillan Company
Place: New York
Size: 5.5 x 8.25 inches.
Pages: 202 pages.
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