New York: The Colophon, 1932. First Edition. Hardcover. Collecting Tarkington; An unbuttoned interview of opinions on then current writers by Whitman from St. Louis paper in 1879; Survey of some Edward Lear drawings; A look at the literary ["urban legend"?] of death by spontaneous combustion; Sequoya - creator of the Cherokee alphabet, with a fasimile of it; Woodcut by Charles W. Smith, "Crab-Apples". (Cover & colophon page designed by Edward A. Wilson). One of 3000 copies. 4to boards. Fine in torn original glassine, with ads & order form laid in.
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