Signed First Edition "Whad'Ya Know?" by Michael Feldman with Other Nonfiction
|Title and Author/Editor||Whad’Ya Know? (Michael Feldman), The Trouble Is Not in Your Set (Mary Ann Kelly), Low Man on a Totem Pole (H. Allen Smith), Will Rogers: Ambassador of Good Will Prince of Wit and Wisdom (P.J. O’Brien), 1956: International Television Almanac (Edited by Charles S. Aaronson)|
|Genre||Humor, Parody and Satire, Music, Film, TV and Performing Arts, Biography, Autobiography and Memoirs|
|Binding||Illustrated cloth on board, One quarter cloth with paper boards, Cloth on board, One quarter leather with cloth boards|
|Publisher or Printer||The Blakiston Company, George A. Parker Company, Quigley Publications, The C. J. Krehbiel Company, William Morrow & Company|
|Publication Year||1991, 1990, 1945, 1935, 1955|
|Period||Mid to Late 20th Century, Vintage|
|Place of Publication||New York, Cincinnati, Philadelphia|
|Edition Statement||First Edition|
|Signed by||Mary Ann Kelly, Michael Feldman|
|Number of Books||5|
|Additional Information||The Trouble Is Not in Your Set is also a signed first edition copy.|
- conditions vary; shaken but tight bindings; loose hinges and boards; rubbing, soiling, bowing, dampstaining, discoloration, and wear to boards; bumped spines and corners; cocked spines; page toning; markings; tears, chips, and wear to dust jackets; rear pastedown to International Television Almanac is coming up; bookstamp to Will Rogers; The Trouble Is Not in Your Set is a former library copy with call number and stamps.
- measures International Television Almanac.