|Title and Author/Editor:||The Able McLaughlins (Margaret Wilson, 1923), The Mystery of the Four Fingers (Fred M. White, 1908), The House Without a Key (Earl Derr Biggers, 1925), Love of Seven Dolls (Paul Gallico, 1954), A Six-cylinder Courtship (Edward Salisbury Field, 1907)|
|Genre:||Literary and Classic, Mystery, Crime and Detective|
|Illustrator:||Will Grefe, Harrison Fisher and Clarence Underwood|
|Type of Illustration:||Halftone|
|Binding:||Cloth on board|
|Publisher:||Harper & Brothers, W. J. Watt & Company, Grosset & Dunlap, Doubleday & Company|
|Period:||Early 20th Century|
|Place of Publication:||New York, Garden City, NY|
|Edition Statement:||Early Reprint, First Edition|
|Number of Books:||5|
|Additional Notes:||The Able McLaughlins , a Pulitzer Prize winner for fiction, is an early reprinting which features the code letters L-Y to the copyright page.|
- wear to covers with bumped corners, rubbed edges, fraying and soiling; chipping to dust jacket; writing to endpapers; cracked hinges; browning to pages; foxing, tears and creases to pages.
- measures The Able McLaughlins.