1940 edition; Prentice-Hall publishers, New York; illustrations by J. Alphonso Koenig; "Eleventh Printing"; hardbound with blue boards and silver highlights on front board and spine; some fading and minor bumping on spine and boards; signed on inside cover by author; funny illustrations inside; inside cover has some foxing/ageing; see pics for condition.
Snippet, Chapter 1, Throw Away Those Rubber Stamps:
"What is a good business letter? Can you tell me? Well, I think a good letter does by mail what you would do verbally if time and space permitted. It should be as human as you are human, as natural as you are natural. Its personality should be your personality..."