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Six Lost Women, Sobol, Louis

Author    Sobol, Louis

Title   Six Lost Women

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Fair

Edition   First Edition

Publisher   New York Claude Kendall, Inc. (c.1936)

Seller ID   22844

(no dust jacket) [a decent reading copy only, bumped/frayed/boards exposed at all corners, some deterioration and small tears in cloth at spine ends, hinges intact but a little loosey-goosey, "Monroe Gift Shoppe" stamp at top edge of ffep, "Valley Gift Shop" stamp at top of page 13]. "Six lovely girls came to Broadway. From the North, they came, from the West, the South and the East. A dozen girls came to Broadway -- six dozen -- six hundred -- a million. What's the difference? Six are as good as a million and so it is my fancy to write about the six who lived in a creep hotel and dreamed their dreams and sought their happiness." The author was a longtime Broadway columnist for the Hearst press, whose column was called "New York Cavalcade."

Broadway New York City Hotels Working Girls

Price = 20.00 USD



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