Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1936. First edition. "Circulating Library" copy, from the days when public libraries were not as plentiful and circulating libraries, which charged a fee, were known to stock popular novels the library might not. This one is from "The Stone House Book & Gift Shop" in Woonsocket, R.I. where fiction rates were 5 cents a day (or 15 cents a week). Library and book number labels on front endpaper and the portions with book and author details from the front and back flaps of dust jacket affixed to front and back pastedowns respectively. Spine a little mottled and few small stains to top edge, otherwise very good lacking dust jacket.