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  • Act One: an Autobiography by Moss Hart Inscribed

    Author: Moss Hart. Publishing Info: New York, 1959, Random House. Octavo in Original Dustjacket. Edition: First Printing, First Edition (stated on copyright page). Subject: Theater/Theatre. Additional Info: This copy inscribed on the half-title page thus: "To Cecil--With a good deal of admiration and affection. Moss July 1959. On the opposited page a dealer (believed to be George Houle) has written "1st Cecil Beaton's copy 30."

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  • Condition

    Very Good in a Price-Clipped Dust-jacket.

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    Act One: an Autobiography by Moss Hart Inscribed

    Estimate $125 - $150Aug 12, 2017
    New York, NY, USA
    Auction Curated By:
    Scott Brasseur
    Book & Ephemera Specialist
    Beth Brasseur
    Book & Ephemera Specialist