Mann, Arthur. Branch Rickey. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1957. Second printing. Bearing a lengthy handwritten inscription by Rickey on the ffep: “To Wes McAfee—an old friend of St. Louis days—this author, Arthur Mann, does not ever write anything he does not believe to be true. I have not read a word of this book—I choose not to—Arthur does not claim to be a biographer, my family would agree with his self-appraisal. Your worthy friend Jake [?] asked me to write a line or two in this your book. I do everything he asks me to do with pleasure. May you live long + with good health/Sincerely Branch Rickey”. 8vo. Fine.