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New York: Limited Editions Club, 1948. With an Introduction by Douglas Southall Freeman and fourteen illustrations by John Steuart Curry. Full and double-page color plates. 454pp. Short thick 4to, red cloth with blue leather and gilt label (spine faded and with 2 faint stains; lacking slipcase). New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1948. Very good(-) copy, internally clean. Number 105 of 1500 numbered copies printed by William E. Rudge's Sons (unsigned), illustrated with the last work done by Curry.
New York: House of Books, 1941. 5 pages,, 8vo, blue wrappers, printed label. N.Y.: House of Books, 1941. Limited First Edition. Poem in praise of F.D.R. prior to the election of 1940. " Let them print what they like in the papers. It doesn't matter/ We'll be seeing you Tuesday, the millions of us, F.D.R." One of only 50 copies, this one is unnumbered. Fine.
New York: Viking, 1967. Essays, poems and journals edited by Milton Wilson. 56 pages in full color, 144 pages in black and white photogravure, 10 maps and line drawings. 324 pages. Folio, gilt-lettered black cloth. New York: Viking Press, (1967). First edition. Small gift inscription on title page and cloth is a bit dusty, else a very good(+) copy.
Norfolk: New Directions, 1942. Thin 8vo, boards, d.w. Norfolk: New Directions (1942). First Edition. Of 2000 copies printed, this is one of 500 in hard cover. The dust wrapper is sunned at the spine & edges, but otherwise fine. Rubber-stamp on flyleaf; "Publication Date Sep 28 1942", indicating that this was a review copy of the poet's first book. Poet of the Month series.
Paris: Aubry, 1943. Fantaisies a la maniere de Rembrandt et de Callot... Notice de Sainte-Beuve. Several full-page plates, some colored, sepia text illustrations and facsimiles, 185pp. Small 4to, original wrappers; uncut and partially unopened. Paris: Aubry, 1943. Very good (+). One of 500 numbered copies on papier a la cuve. With William Salloch's bookplate.
Portland: Moser, 1895. A Reprint of Poetry and Prose for Book Lovers, chosen in part from scarce editions and sources not generally known. 21 vols., thick 12mo, white backed blue boards with paper labels (spines slightly yellowed at the extremes). Portland, ME: Thomas B. Mosher, 1895. Very good (+).
Paris: Hachette, 1878. Revision du texte original et preface par Gaston Paris. Illustrated with 9 lovely engraved plates. [4 blank], xxxi, 104, [4 blank]pp with text in French. Each text page is printed within a red border. Short thin 4to, elegantly bound by David in full dark green morocco; ornate gilt-tooled covers and spine; wide inner dentelles, marbled endpapers, a.e.g. Paris: Libraire Hachette, 1878. Joints and edges a bit rubbed, otherwise a near fine copy. Scarce and beautiful edition in...