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Jackson: University Press of Mississippi. (1991). 145 pp. Illustrated by Walter Anderson. hardcover w/ dust jacket. Dust jacket show light shelf wear. Book itself is clean, bright and in fine condition.
Philadelphia:J. W. Bradley. 1857. 336pp. + 4pp. advs. Wright 11:1179. Eleven hand-colored wood engraved plates. Title-page also hand-colored. Previous owners name on second free end-page. Some light foxing scattered throughout. Externally, original embossed binding with gilt picture of a native American on cover. Covers are quite worn and soiled and spine ends are frayed.
New York:Henry Holt and Company. 1910. 353pp. + pp. advs. Signed by author on first free end-page. Boards shelf-worn/rubbed. Light wear at spine ends and edges of bindings. Paste-down illustration on front binding worn and page edges are soiled. Internally, age-toning to end pages, but otherwise a very good clean copy. The binding is tight with front hinge just starting and rear hinge intact. Half-page presentation on first free end paper by author to Rufus H. Gillmore dated October, 1910. Author later married Will Irwin.
PICTURES IN VERSE. With Illustrations By Alan Dodge. Sketches By Priscilla Alden Boss and Virginia Gibbons.
Boston: Thomas Todd Co. 1954. Not paginated. 1st. ed. A very good copy. Presentation copy signed by the author. Mild discoloration to spine and cover edges. Interior clean and bright, A very tight copy.
The Pocket Poets Series. No. Twenty Three. (San Francisco): City Lights Books. (1968). Wrps. 1st edition, printed in England, but it seems held up and released after the American edition. Along with a ticket to a solo performance by Ginsberg in Cheltenham, England in 1968. Book in very good, clean condition save for a bit of tanning to the spine and a previous owners signature on the inside front cover.
Boston:John W. Luce and Company. 1921. 202pp. No dust jacket. Binding is gently worn at the edges and spine ends with some mild soiling to the covers. Spine is faded but otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy.
NY:Random House. (1985). 200pp. With dust jacket. A bi-linagual edition. A v.g. copy.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press. 1930. 215 pp. Hardcover. Marbled boards with title in gilt on black spine. Top edges gilt. There is light shelf-wear to the edges and points and the spine is lightly faded but otherwise this is in very good condition. Internally, the editor has inscribed the book to someone, but there are no other marks or signatures.
Cambridge: George Nichols. Boston:B.B. Mussey & Company. 1848. 184pp. Decorated beige boards, lined with horizontal red lines with additional decoration and outlines in gilt. Slightly soiled but still in very good condition. Internally aside from some light soiling to the end-pages, both front and rear, a very good, clean copy. Lowell's second book of poetry. Some of the poems touch on the recent death of his daughter and some touch on the anti-slavery movement. One poem, The Morning Glory, is by his first wife, Maria White Lowell.
Foreword by R. Hunter Middleton. Illustrated by Arthur Rahnfeld. Chicago: Privately printed for the Black Cat Press. 1954. 45 pp + colophon. Wraps. Fushia covers lightly sun-faded and there are two spots of soiling on title page; else very good. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy.
1970. Three volumes in two books. 718 + 646pp. A very good set. Covers are lightly worn at the edges with some soiling. Otherwise in very good condition. Interiors are clean and free of stray markings, though there is some mild toning to the page edges. FB029
Paris:Louis Conard. 1923. 464pp. Original wrps. A very good copy.
Berlin:Walter de Gruyter & Co. 1963. 519pp. An excellent copy.
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