Lot 290 of 471:
Signed by A.W. Tillinghast  

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The American Cricketer - bound volume with issues from February, 1912-September, 1914



Associated Cricket Clubs of Philadelphia



[25]-324, 344, 288 pp. Original wrappers bound-in.  Bound volume, issues from Vol. XXXV, No. 684 (February, 1912)-Vol. XXXVII, No. 715 (September, 1914). (4to) green cloth titled in gilt on cover.

Signed with initials in red pencil by A.W. Tillinghast with the inscription "Contributions during my Golf editing." Red pencil marginalia from Tillinghast throughout. The American Cricketer was the publication of record for club cricket in the United States for more than half a century. The slim magazine was first published in Philadelphia in 1877 and continued to see print through 1929, a total of 52 years. Tillinghast had been the golf editor for the magazine during the years represented in the present volume.

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Sunning to spine, soiling to cloth; mild toning within; very good, interior near fine.

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