New York: Scribner, 1895. Frontis and cover illustration by by Will Bradley. As usual, the separate poster which was issued with the book is missing. Many images reproduced in black & white. xiv + 117 pages. Tall slim 8vo, green decorative cloth; spine sunned and stained at foot; covers dusty, some soiling to margins of a few pages. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1895. Number 490 of 1000 copies. Overall a very good(-) solid copy. LACKS THE POSTER BY WILL.....
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New York: Scribner, 1895. Frontis & cover illustration by Will Bradley. As usual, the separate poster which was issued with the book is missing. Tall thin 8vo, white cloth (sun-darkened, somewhat soiled & frayed at edges; the front signature is loose, but attached). New York: Scribner's, 1895. Limited first edition -- number 241 of 250 copies on Imperial Japan paper. Despite defects noted, the contents are clean. A very good(-) copy.
1981. Artist's proof, hand-colored and signed by the artist. 22 x 30 inches. The etching illustrates "Gaddy Climbs the Tree" in vibrant color. Near fine. The Pen/Faulkner Award was founded in 1980 by writers to honor their peers. The 1981 winner was Walter Abish for "How German Is It". The other nominees were Shirley Hazzard, Walker Percy, Gilbert Sorrentino, John Kennedy Toole.
New York: American Heritage, 1974. Packed with 450 illustrations, including 250 in color. 317pp. Short thick 4to, natural cloth, d.w. New York: American Heritage, (1974). First American edition. A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. With an essay on the development of poster art by Carlo Arturo Quintavalle.
London: Turret Books, 1966. Large poster, 39 x 30 inches, designed by Derek Boshier and printed on yellow paper, in green, red, & black. London: Turret Books, n.d. (ca. 1966). The poster was folded in eighths, now flattened under mylar on a foam core board. Autographed by Logue. Scarce artifact of the 1960's.
London: 1967. Broadside Poster Poem, 20 x 30 inches. White paper printed, illustrated in black & white. 1967. Very slightly edge-worn, still a very good(+) copy of this scarce broadside. Poem reads: "Dear John, / We think you should be sacked because: You have made The Nottingham Playhouse the best English theatre outside London. / Because: You are a devoted, hardworking, loyal, creative, intelligent man. / Because: You will not be bullied. / Because: You have consistently filled the theatre.....