Title: How to Become a Good Dancer [SIGNED & W/ ...
Publisher: New York: Simon and Schuster
Publication Date: 1938
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Good
Signed: Inscribed by Author(s)
First edition. Quarto (28 cm); x, 212 pp.; photographic frontispiece of the author and a dancing partner; photographs and dancing diagrams throughout; dust jacket. Red cloth printed in black to front board and spine. Inscribed "with best wishes sincerely Arthur Murray" to front pastedown; laid in are the scarce footprints that came with the book with instructions on how to use them on p. 32. Book is a trifle worn to board edges and spine ends, but easily Very Good+. Unclipped dust jacket is rubbed with some chipping to edges and some loss to spine ends. Now protected in mylar. Scarce inscribed with dust jacket and footprints. Bookseller Inventory # 001507
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