New York: Dutton, 1947. First Edition. Octavo. Item #025198
. First printing. 320 pages, index. A marvelous inscription by the author: "For Ginny, with a little autobiographic music….to help her remember Florence, Tallulah and a Sunday night in the Empire Room, Oct. 19, 1947." John Tebbel. After a long run in September with Tallulah Bankhead starring in Carousel in Chicago, she then began Noel Coward's Private Lifes on October 13. Here less than a week later she is in the Empire room with the author and Florence [Desmond? the caricaturist who was famous for her version of Tallulah Bankhead) and the recipient of the book Ginny. Bound in brown cloth, spine lettering gilt. A very good copy in good dust jacket with chips and edge wear.