New York: Claude Kendall, 1934. Hardcover. 288p., hardbound in brick-colored cloth boards titled in silver, somewhat edgeworn with a little scuffing or top and tail rims, ownership name (of a woman living in San Francisco) in ink dated 1934 on front paste-down, occasional light pencil brackets, an otherwise a good first US edition in brick cloth and silver titles. We opened at random to a discussion of cocaine and marijuana use in Latin America, which segues into what's popular in New Orleans and Louisiana, use by women, endless detail. De Lenoir was a user, and kicked it.