Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius, nd. 32mo, saddle-stapled beige wraps.
Jarrell's brief and lively paean to the city, with a special focus on alcohol and the rebuttal of Prohibition. “New Orleans is frankly and belligerently wet. It has no sympathy with Prohibition and its annual consumption of liquor is appalling. Hell-bound people have plenty of liquor."
One of the scarcer books in the series.
Fine, and scarce thus. Item #25918