, Henry Flannery (illus.)

Price: $450.00

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San Francisco: (Grabhorn Press for Gelber, Lilienthal, Inc.), . First Edition Thin quarto (8-3/4" x 11-1/2") in orange cloth-backed wood veneer boards with a printed paper spine label. With an original photograph frontispiece by Henry Flannery. Copy #9 of only 50 SIGNED by both the poet and the photographer. Though one frequently sees one of the edition of 195 unsigned copies with a photographic reproduction in orange boards, this issue of the book, signed and with the original photograph, is quite scarce. Photograph once tipped in is now loose but present. Slight wear to bottom corners. Near Fine (Item ID: 018385)


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