Title Six Lost Women
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