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London: Limited Editions Club, 1934. Rendered into Modern English Verse by Frank Ernest Hill. Frontispiece portrait, decorated title pages and decorated initials throughout. 2 volumes. Small folio, white cloth-backed pictorial boards (spines slightly darkened).London: The Limited Editions Club, 1934. Very Good. One of 1500 numbered copies, signed by George W. Jones, the designer of the type.
New York: Gemor, 1942. Including the cover, there are 3 mounted plates by Andre Masson. Unpaginated. Tall slim 8vo, original black wrappers with paper spine label (rubbed; head of spine chipped; partial loss to spine label). New York: Gemor Press, 1942. First A very good copy of this scarce book featuring the prose & poetic work of American surrealist Hugh Chishom . Limited edition of 500 copies, set by Hand. The Gemor Press was founded by Anais Nin, and very...
Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1908. With full-page and vignette color illustrations by Fisher, Will Grefe, Howard Chandler Christy, F. Cootes, and Clarence Underwood, with decorations by Will Jenkins. Color frontispiece, many color illustrations. Tall slim 4to, pictorial onlay on front cover, green cloth; (corners lightly bumped). Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, (1908). First Edition. Very good.
Lynn: J. B. Tolman, 1846. viii, 208pp. 8vo, original brown cloth, corners bumped, scattered light foxing to margins, otherwise very good. Lynn: J. B. Tolman, 1846. First Edition Author was a reformer, poet, and journalist. He edited the Essex County Washingtonian and its successor, the Pioneer. Both were published weekly in Lynn, Massachusetts. These articles and poetry were original published in those publications. Many of the articles are on religion with Henry Clapp's opposition to popular religion and its institutions evident.