New York: The Chatham Press, 1933. First edition. Silver and red cloth, corner bumped; a near-fine copy. 163 of 753 signed and numbered copies. From Ira Gershwin's library, with posthumous bookplate.
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New Rochelle: Arlington House, 1971. First edition. Cloth, fine in lightly used dust jacket. First edition.
New York: Knopf, 1933. First edition. Cloth. Very good. With Ira Gershwin's ownership signature.
New York: Bernard Geis, 1961. First edition. Cloth backed boards, covers worn and faded; internally very good. Inscribed by Harpo Marx to Leonore and Ira Gershwin.
New York: Donald Flamm, (1929). First edition. Boards, pictorial label; near fine copy. With a long presentation inscription from the author, to Leonore and Ira Gershwin, dated 1974.
New York: The News, (1932). First edition. Illustrated wrappers, spine partially split; very good. Scarce collection of the Broadway columnist's favorite pieces of the year. Inscribed by Skolsky to Leonore Gershwin "official score keeper"
Privately printed, 1968. First edition. Cloth, fine. Presentation card laid in. From Ira Gershwin's library, with posthumous bookplate.
The Glass Menagerie, The Playhouse Theatre, July 8, 1945Slapstick Tragedy, Longacre Theatre, 1966 (ran for 7 performances)Out Cry, Lyceum Theatre, 1973 (ran 12 performances)Sweet Bird of Youth (revival), Harkness Theatre, 1975Vieux Carré, St. James Theatre, 1977 (ran 6 performances)Clothes for a Summer Hotel, Cort Theatre, 1980All in fine condition (Glass Menagerie slightly creased).