No Place: Coward-McCann, 1941. Hard Cover. Good. Item #019460
Believed first edition, first printing, with no later statements of printing. Illustrated paper covered boards. Unpaginated. Black and white illustrations throughout. A short, humorous take on quail hunting by Robert Osborn, and American cartoonist known for his satirical work. While in the Navy during World War II, he created the character Dilbert, who became synonymous with a screw-up, and who would indirectly influence the work of Scott Adams. GOOD condition. Moderate toning and foxing to the covers, with minor soiling. Heavy chipping, splitting and tearing to the paper along the spine. Text block shaken but solid. Minor scattered foxing and staining throughout. Owner's name on inside front cover.