Poems from the Ranges. Charles Erskine Scott Wood.
Poems from the Ranges.
Poems from the Ranges.
Poems from the Ranges.
Poems from the Ranges.
(Fine Binding)

Poems from the Ranges.

Ely, Caro Weir (illus.)

San Francisco: Lantern Press, 1929. Octavo. 32pp. One of 500 copies. Inscribed by the author to the binder, Caroline Weir Ely. Printed at the Grabhorn Press, with a woodcut frontispiece by Ray Boynton. A collection of poems by Wood, celebrating the spiritual and rustic beauty of the wilderness. Wood is best known for his advocacy for Native Americans and for publishing his friend Mark Twain's infamous 1601, Conversation as it was by the Social Fireside in the Time of the Tudors. Bound by Ely, daughter of painter Julian Alden Weir, in orange morocco with blind and gilt square stamping and tooling to covers. Stunning floral paste-paper endpapers. Scant rubbing to exterior, else a fine copy of an early Grabhorn production. Housed in slipcase. A.e.g. Item #28174

Price: $1,500.00

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