New York: Albert & Charles Boni, 1926. 265p., first edition but ex-library with discard stamp on title page and top edge stamp marked through, spine number blacked-out and two donation labels on endpapers, black cloth backstrip over green cloth, gilt titles.
Association copy. Lengthy and warm inscription from the author, whose previous book was a collection of hobo narratives called "Beggars of Life," to Fremont Older, San Francisco newspaper editor, supporter of Tom Mooney, correspondent of Clarence Darrow. This novel is Tulley's second and deals with prison reform issues.
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