Dickens in camp; with a foreword by Frederick S. Myrtle

San Francisco: John Howell, 1922. 16p., foreword, decorations, #215/350 copies, letterpress rubricated in blue as well as red initials, cloth-backed paper boards with paper spine label; edgeworn showing card at lower corner, slight handsoil an large blotches of foxing, label faded and torn. A Grabhorn production.

Poem: Mining camp in the Sierras, the hush as one party pulls out a book and reads aloud the death of Little Nell. Dickens was much revered, probably by the same sorts as now venerate Robert Service.

Cat.No: 105124

Price: $15.00

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