Atlantic City, [NJ]: [National Association of Talking Machine Jobbers] . First Edition. 12 x 7 1/2 inches. 6 leaves. String tied. With four tipped on photomechanically reproduced photographs of famous artists (Enrico Caruso, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Josef A. Pasternack, and Hans Kindler), each with a reproduced inscription thanking the Talking Machine Jobbers. Stiff wrappers. Publisher's light green/blue dust jacket.
A special copy, with extra items tipped in:
1) Seating Arrangement at the Ambassador Hotel, 4pp, self wrappers
2) Supper menu with entertainers listed (all Victor Artists)
The copy of Mr. E. H. Droop, composer, and also major dealer in Steinway pianos and music. Inscribed on the cover "To my friend Hans Kindler: Feby 3, 1936, E. H. Droop" and "Program from my 'Hans Collection.' Washington, D.C." Also signed at the top of the front wrapper, seating arrangement, and dinner menu. The seating arrangement has notations on it, and the Programme section (also signed at top by E. H. Droop) has penciled notations throughout. Good. Wraps. 
E. H. Droop & Sons was a major music dealer in Washington D.C. Hans Kindler was a cellist and conductor who founded the National Symphony Orchestra.
The National Association of Talking Machine Jobbers was an association of
Quite rare, with no copies of this item appearing in OCLC as of this writing.