Curtain Call (Cleveland, Ohio SIGNED)

By: French, Winsor; Lewis, Franklin (editors)

Price: $40.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very good coindition

Very nice, clean, attractive book published as a fund raiser for the benefit of the Riosecoe B. Jacksdon Memorial Laboratory in Bar Harbor Main. The book is a Cleveland golden oldie with photos and essays of prominent people, includiing Sidney Andorn, George E, Condon, Bob Feller, Kay Halle, and Louis B. Seltzer among many others. Book was inscribed and SIGNED to previous owners, by Cleveland Indians player, Bob Feller, who wrote, in part, ...."To Mimi, Bernie is not a mouse, he's a MAN. I think?! Bob Fuller." Fuller also SIGNED his essay"Swinging at the Blue Plate." Other signatures, most to Mimi, came from W.J. Ross, George Metzger, Franklin Lewis, Helen McGinley, and Gordon Cobbledick, sports editor at the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Great local artists illustrated the pages and there are many photographs, plus some great local ads at back. Book measures 9" x 11-1/4" with 135 pages.

Title: Curtain Call (Cleveland, Ohio SIGNED)

Author Name: French, Winsor; Lewis, Franklin (editors)

Illustrator: Mul;tiple artists and photographers

Categories: Ohioana, Entertainment Ephemera, Sports ephemera, SIGNED Items, Cleveland and Surrounding Areas,

Publisher: Cleveland, Ohio, Gruber Foundation: 1952

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very good coindition

Seller ID: 2897

Keywords: Curtain Call Cleveland. Bob Fuller. Cleveland Indians. Cleveland Plain Dealer.,