How to Win in Wall Street (1881) by A Successful Operator

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Joaquin Miller creates a colorful and entertaining caricature of Wall Street’s trappings, punctuating his narrative with references to Jay Gould, Daniel Drew, Sage, Keene, Astor and Vanderbilt.

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How to Win in Wall Street (1881) by A Successful Operator (pseud. Joaquin Miller)

Alanpuri Trading, Los Angeles, 2013, Softcover, Reprint, 2013, exact facsimile of the first edition that was originally published in 1881, 185 pp.

Our research strongly suggests that this anonymous work penned as “A Successful Operator,” was actually written the American poet pf Cincinnatus Hiner Miller (1837-1913) who most often wrote under the pseudonym “Joaquin Miller.”

Contents: In this Wall Street novel written 42 years before “Reminiscences of a Stock Operator,” Miller creates a colorful and entertaining caricature of Wall Street’s trappings, punctuating his narrative with references to Jay Gould, Daniel Drew, Sage, Keene, Astor and Vanderbilt. Although best known for his tales of the west, this is the 2nd title about New York penned by Miller, the first being the 244 page poem “The Baroness of New York,” written in 1877. Extremely Scarce Title, almost impossible to find originals, 185 pp.

How to Win in Wall Street (1881) by A Successful Operator

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