[a nice tight copy with no significant wear, downgraded a bit due only to some ink notes on the rear endpaper (a review copy, with original publisher's slip laid in); jacket has a few small closed edge-tears]. (B&W photographs) Drama about a widowed college professor and his troubled relationship with his aging father. The 1970 movie version, directed by Gilbert Cates, starred Gene Hackman and Melvyn Douglas. [NOTE: Although the book doesn't bear the typical Random House "First Printing" statement, it was (as noted) a review copy, so I assume the omission of the printing statement is... View More...
Beverly Hills CA, The Beverly Hills Collection: (c.2012)
Edition: First Edition
Inscription: Signed by Author
Seller ID: 25571
Condition: Fine in Fine dj
[a lovely copy, with no discernible wear to either book or jacket]. (B&W and color photos, maps, facsimiles) INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the co-author (Ms. Kastner) on the title page. A lavishly-produced and beautifully-illustrated history of "one of the world's most glamorous hotels, a mecca for the beautiful and the powerful." The book "commemorates the Hotel's centennial by sharing its fascinating story for the first time. Author Robert Anderson -- [original owner] Margaret Anderson's great-grandson -- opens his family's private archives and shares his discoveries from two decad... View More...