Tulsa, OK: Published by Paul E. Corrubia, 1940. 1st. Paperback. SIGNED by Corrubia. Folio. 16 lithographic plates, each facing the text page with descriptive tissue guards. Decorative motifs on text pages are hand-colored. Staple bound tan stiff wrappers with illustration to covers. A very good copy with wear to extremities & partical splitting to spine; minor foxing; dampstaining to lower front cover. Item #15403
An uncommon work on Rogers, arguably one of the world's best-known celebrities in the 1920s and 1930s. The subject of the sketches provide images in Oklahoma associated with Will Rogers. "...in the writing, there is an attempt to interpret the mind of Will Rogers in terms of his origins and to use him as a standard for judging contemporary American life." - Introduction.