Tales of the Road

By: Crewdson, Charles N.

Price: $20.00

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Book Condition: Very Good+

(no dust jacket) [solid, nice-looking copy, light wear at extremities; once part of a private (individual's) library, it bears his name and address stamp on the ffep and an additional name and property stamp on the front pastedown; there is also a small label with a number affixed to the spine, but aside from that there are no other markings]. (B&W frontispiece and 15 B&W plates) Classic account by a traveling salesman, imparting to the reader all the wisdom he's accumulated in his travels. "Salesmanship is the business of the world; it is about all there is to the world of business. Enter the door of a successful wholesale or manufacturing house and you stand upon the threshold of an establishment represented by first-class salesmen. They are the steam -- and a bit part of the engine, too -- that makes business move. I saw in print, the other day, the statement that salesmanship is the 'fourth profession.' It is not; it is the first." Terrific period illustrations, with droll captions: "To-night we dance, to-morrow we sell clothes again."; "I listened to episodes in the lives of all those seven children."

Title: Tales of the Road

Author: Crewdson, Charles N.

Illustrator: Illustrated by J.J. Gould

Categories: Americana,

Edition: Second Edition

Publisher: Chicago, Thompson & Thomas: 1905

ISBN Number: NO

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good+

Seller ID: 12554

Keywords: Business Traveling Salesmen Salesmanship