THEY NEVER TALK BACK
New York: Appleton - Century - Crofts, Inc., 1954. 1st edition. Hardcover. 1st edition thus, 1954. Very Good. 8vo., 246 pp., with black & white images. Bound in publishers red & black boards with photo illustrated dust jacket, not price clipped. Dust jacket has light overall fading - more on the spine; minor rubbing at edges and tips. End pages slightly tanned, otherwise interior clean and unmarked. Dust jacket now protected in mylar sleeve. Very Good / Very Good. Item #28964
Henry Trefflich (January 9, 1908 – July 7, 1978) was an animal importer and dealer. He procured animals of many different types and sizes from Africa, Asia and South America and imported them to the United States via ship and airplane. He sold them to zoos, circuses, Hollywood studios and also to various private and government research institutions. His business was headquartered on Fulton Street in Manhattan, New York City, NY, USA, where his shop was considered a local attraction in its own right. In the early 1960s his building along with the neighboring properties were bought by the Port Authority for the construction of New York City's World Trade Center. - Wiki.