Titolo: VERSE AND PROSE
Casa editrice: THE BIBLIOPHILE SOCIETY, ST LOUIS, MO
Data di pubblicazione: 1917
Legatura: Hard Cover
Condizione libro: VERY FINE CONDITION
Edizione: FIRST LIMITED EDITION.
Tipologia articolo: BIBLIOGRAPHY
IX + (2) + 64 PAGES. ONE HALF WHITE VELLUM LEATHER BOUND WITH BLUE BUCKRAM CLOTH COVERED BOARDS. FIRST LIMITED EDITION OF 100 COPIES, VERY FINE CONDITION IN BOX SLEEVE SLIP COVER THAT IS COVERED WITH BLUE BUCKRAM CLOTH, THE SAME AS THE BOOK. THERE IS SOME MINOR SHELF WEAR ON THE EDGES OF THE SLIP COVER. . GILT TOP EDGES WITH ROUGH CUT LEADING AND BOTTOM EDGES. THIS BOOK IS A COLLECTION OF EUGENE FIELD'S MANUSCRIPTS, AND EPHEMERA IN FACSIMILE FROM THE COLLECTIONS OF GEOREGE H. YENOWINE. THE MATERIAL WAS EDITED BY HENRY H. HARPER WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY WILLIAM P. TRENT. THE BOOK WAS PRINTED EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE "BIBLIOPHILE SOCIETY BY PERMISSION OF WILLIAM H. BIXBY. INCLUDES A PHOTO OF EUGENE FIELD AT HIS DESK IN HIS LIBRARY.BAL 5800. A PRISTINE COPY IN ITS ORIGINAL SLIP CASE. Size: 8" X 10". Codice inventario libreria 000454
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