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(University, AL): University of Alabama Press, 1960. 202 pages. A posthumously published collection of short stories that March finished editing just before his death. Final editing was completed by William T Going. While the book was recently resisued in the Library of Alabama Classics series, it was for many years regarded by critics and March fans as one of his most neglected works. “March has picked up where Aesop and Don Marquis left off, pricking vanities and exposing antics of chronic phonies. . . . Here are damning truths about the Noblest Animal, here is vitriol without venom. Richard Brough catches the full flavor in his illustrations.” —New York Times Book Review. ISBN: B007T36RX0.
First edition (first printing). Near fine in a near fine dust jacket. Rather uncommon.Book ID: 193709More details Price: $75.00
Trial Balance: The Collected Short Stories of William March
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1945. 506 pages. Alabama author. Includes 55 stories, several published here for the first time. ISBN: B0006AQNSC.
First edition (first printing). Near fine in a near fine dust jacket. Minor shelf wear. A nice copy.Book ID: 193781More details Price: $75.00
Sketches of Country Life: Humor, Wisdom and Pathos from the "Sage of Rocky Creek"
Birmingham, AL: Press of Roberts & Son, 1898. 300 pages. "The homely life of the Alabama Back country has its sunny side: rough but wise and kindly talk" -- from the title page. Illustrated in black-and-white. ISBN: B00A27NTLI.
Sheets from the first edition (first printing) rebound in black boards with gold lettering on spine. Chips, scuffs and short tears to the first few pages, with one small tear repaired with scotch tape, thus a good copy. No dust jacket.Book ID: 194540More details Price: $50.00
John Tyler Morgan and Edmund Winston Pettus Memorial Addresses
Washington: Government Printing Office, 1909. 203 pages. Memorial addresses delivered for these two Alabama senators in the Senate and House of Representatives, 1908. Frontispiece portraits of each on separate pages. The Edmund Pettus Bridge in Alabama is named for this infamous Civil War general and Ku Klux Klan leader. ISBN: 281AIB1026429.
First edition (first printing). A very good copy in black cloth with gold lettering on front cover. Edges worn with fraying. Hinges are tender but binding remains tight.Book ID: 120565More details Price: $37.50
See the Original Azalea Trail and Azalea Festival, Mobile Alabama [cover title]
Mobile, AL: Azalea Trail, Inc, (n.d. but 1951). Promotional pamphlet. 4 by 9 inches, unfolds to 16 by 18. Printed in black, pink and green. ISBN: 281AIB1036210.
A very good copy. Some edge wear. Single sheet laid in announcing Azalea Trail coronation by Mobile-born Yolande Betbeze, winner of the Miss America 1951 title.Book ID: 174189More details Price: $18.75
The Flush Times of Alabama and Mississippi; A Series of Sketches.
D. Appleton, 1866. ISBN: B001TCDHIK.
Very GoodBook ID: 86283More details Price: $15.00
Lower Piedmont County
Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1946. ISBN: B000U3P958.
Very GoodBook ID: 134576More details Price: $12.48