First edition. Original biplane illustrated card stock wrappers, string bound, 41 pages, 9 by 6 1/4 inches (with original corkscrew) Die-cut in the shape of a cocktail shaker. "52 Cock-Tail Spins for High Flyers from the Recipes of Many Celebrities", there are in fact only 28 recipes, contributed by celebrities including Fanny Brice (Coronation Cocktail), Marilyn Miller (Bronx Cocktail), June Walker (Absinthe Cocktail), The McCarthy Sisters (Sherry Cobbler), W.C. Fields (Clover Club Cocktail), Florenz Ziegfeld (Sloe Gin Fizz), and George Gershwin (Silver Fizz). "Bottoms Up is notable for two reasons. It was one of only a few cocktail books published in the U.S. during Prohibition, and it's the earliest known example of a book of cocktail recipes of famous celebrities. It's significant that "Tex" Guinan is included [as she had a] notorious reputation as the owner and manager of a Prohibition Era speakeasy called the 300 Club at 151 W. 54th Street in New York City." [Richard Powers; Stanford] Very scarce guide, especially so with corkscrew. No copies located on WorldCat. An attractive Very Good or better copy, some minor signs of wear to edges.