By Ruth Plumly Thompson, after L. Frank Baum, illustrated by J.R. Neill.
First edition, first state, a great copy.
Near fine in very good jacket.
THE HUNGRY TIGER OF OZ
Read more: Bienvenue, The Book Collector's Guide to L. Frank Baum, 108;Hanff & Greene, Bibliographia Oziana, XX.
Chicago: Reilly & Lee, (1926). 9'' x 6.5''. Original green cloth, pictorial paste-on. In original color pictorial dust jacket, with titles on rear flap through 19, HUNGRY TIGER. Black and white pictorial endpapers, all edges stained yellow. Illustrated by J.R. Neill with 12 color plates coated only on one side. Perfect type on page 21; "two" on page 252. 261,  pages. Light foxing to edges of text block, very faint offsetting to endpapers. Jacket with some shallow rubbing and short closed tears, repaired on verso, one small chip at top of rear panel.
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