together 3 pages, 8vo, with one envelope: "The crate of oranges and honey and choice fruits of the earth [Morley writes in the second letter] has been a huge delight. It seems an ill recompense for your golden kindness that the circumcized footballers from Columbia should come West and win their game [Columbia's famous Rose Bowl victory]..." Merle Johnson, p. 377. A fine copy in the rare dust jacket." /> MORLEY, CHRISTOPHER. Parnassus on Wheels. Garden City: Doubleday, Page 1917. <I>12mo, original cloth-backed pictorial boards</I>, PRINTED DUST JACKET <I>(slight fraying at ends of spine, small repairs made on verso), half morocco slipcase</I>. FIRST EDITION, FIRST STATE, FIRST STATE OF JACKET, INSCRIBED BY MORLEY on front free endpaper: "Signed for M.S. Slocum with best wishes from Christopher Morley," signed again by the author on title-page. Laid in are one typed letter signed and one autograph letter signed from Morley to Myles Standish Slocum in Pasadena, New York, 16 December 1931 and 2 January 1934, <I>together 3 pages, 8vo, with one envelope</I>: "The crate of oranges and honey and choice fruits of the earth [Morley writes in the second letter] has been a huge delight. It seems an ill recompense for your golden kindness that the circumcized footballers from Columbia should come West and win their game [Columbia's famous Rose Bowl victory]..." Merle Johnson, p. 377. A fine copy in the rare dust jacket. | Christie's