Lot 76 of 515:
Inside Story of the Lindbergh-Hauptmann Case   

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Estimate:
$300 - $500

Title:
Jafsie Tells All! Revealing the Inside Story of the Lindbergh-Hauptmann Case
Author:
Condon, Dr. John F.
Place:
New York
Publisher:
Jonathan Lee Publishing Corp.
Date:
1936
Description:

238 pp. Illustrated from photographs. (8vo), original blue cloth, dust jacket. First Edition.

The only memoir published by a true insider of the Charles Lindbergh kidnapping scandal. Dr. John F. Condon (Jafsie from his initials J.F.C.) acted as the intermediary between the kidnapper, Bruno Hauptmann and Charles Lindbergh. Scarce in jacket.

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Condition:
Fair amount of wear and areas of staining to jacket, some chips and closed tears to jacket edges and spine; light wear to cloth with rubbing to extremities; scattered foxing; very good volume in good or better jacket.
 
Item number:
303597a
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