New York: The Viking Press, 1928.
First edition, in unrecorded (advance?) dust jacket, and with publisher's announcement, listing 'forthcoming fiction,' laid into the book. pp. [xii], 256. 8vo. Spine lettering is flaked, else a near fine copy in very good, unrecorded (advance?) dust jacket. The dust jacket is non-pictorial, yellowish-gold paper, printed in black on spine and front panel (with no printing on rear flap or rear panel), and with publisher's three-paragraph information statement about the book on front front flap (with publication price of $2.50-- the final published price was actually $2.00). The dust jacket is evenly faded on spine, with a half-inch soil mark at upper edge of rear panel, and a few small edge tears (else quite bright) Item #339686
Laid into the book is a Viking Press promotional pamphlet for new and forthcoming publications [single sheet, folded to form six pages (measuring 5 3/4 by 3 1/4 inches), printed in red on bluish-gray paper, headed 'De gustibus,' and printing information about nine new Viking Press publications, including 'Jingling in the Wind' (printing a brief synopsis of the book and reproducing the pictorial front panel of the dust jacket, as eventually issued, and listing the publication price as $2.00)]; the printed price on this unrecorded (advance?) dust jacket has a $2.50 printed price on front flap. Elizabeth Madox Roberts (1881-1941), poet and novelist, was born in Kentucky and educated at the University of Chicago.