First edition of The Man Who Knew Coolidge by Sinclair Lewis, in a restored first state dust jacket.
Octavo, , 11-275pp. Blue cloth, title stamped in orange. No additional printings on copyright page. Light dust along top edge of text block. Publisher’s dust jacket, with $2.00 price on front flap, light toning to white borders, professional restoration to spine edges and corners, bright illustrations. An attractive example.
A satirical novel by Sinclair Lewis, it is a follow-up to Elmer Gantry. The first section of the novel was originally published in The American Mercury in 1927.