Titolo: PENN-YAN BILL'S WOOING
Casa editrice: THE BIBLIOPHILE SOCIETY, BOSTON, MA
Data di pubblicazione: 1914
Legatura: HARD COVER
Condizione libro: VERY FINE CONDITION
Condizione sovraccoperta: GLASSINE WRAPPER
Edizione: FIRST EDITION.
Tipologia articolo: POETRY
15 PAGES. STRING BOUND. ONE-HALF WHITE VELLUM COVERED SPINE WITH BROWN PAPER COVERED BOARDS. TORN GLASSINE WRAPPER IS PRESENT WITH A SMALL PIECE THAT IS MISSING ON THE FRONT OF THE WRAPPER, INSERTED INTO A BOX SLEEVE THAT IS ONE-QURTER WHITE VELLUM BOUND WITH BROWN PAPER COVERED SLEEVE. FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS EUGENE FIELD POEM. THE POEM WAS WRITTEN BY EUGENE FIELD TO HIS FRIEND WILLIAM C. BUSKETT SOMETINE AROUND 1888. COPYRIGHT BY HENRY H. HARPER. Size: 6 1/2" X8 3/4". Codice inventario libreria 000493
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