New York: Horace Liveright, 1930. First edition. 8vo, 313pp; red cloth stamped in yellow. Fine in a somewhat edgeworn dust jacket. Item #205481
Stock market advice in the form of letters between an uncle and his nephew published just after the crash. The author, identified only by the initial J.H.B. is called "one of the most successful stock operators of the last twenty years" in Woodward's introduction. Highly uncommon in jacket.