Nineteen pocket-size copies of the works of writers such as Shakespeare, Kipling, Plato, and Dickens.
The Little Leather Library Corp. of New York was the first to mass-market inexpensive books in the United States. Founded
in 1916 by Albert Boni, Harry Scherman and Maxwell Sackheim, the Little Leather Library made available literary classics in
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