That Pup. By Ellis Parker Butler. Illustrated by Frederick Strothmann. First Edition, First Printing. McClure. New York, 1908.

$22.00

That Pup is a grown-up tale about a puppy named Fluff who mysteriously appears by express wagon to an owner who did not expect him. As Fluff grows, he is perceived as a nuisance by some characters, while others adore him. In the end, this bizarre tale ends where it had begun, with the narrator beseeching his readers, Who would like to claim this dog? It is illustrated by Frederick Strothmann whose other works include noted political cartoons and some editions by Mark Twain.

This first edition is near fine. In the original cloth boards with embossed illustration. Only minor rubbing to corners. Text block is fine. Illustrations and pages are clean. Story first appeared in The American Magazine in 1905.

A near fine first edition of an early twentieth century dog’s tale.

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That Pup. By Ellis Parker Butler. Illustrated by Frederick Strothmann. First Edition, First Printing. McClure. New York, 1908.

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Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 9 × 5 in