Oakland: Tooley-Towne, Printers, for arranger/copyrighter, . Hardcover. 69p., clay-coated paperstock throughout with inserted b&w photos (mostly of Juanita), 9x6.4 inch hardbound in clothbacked paper over boards titled with pasted cover label. Rather edgeworn; this was Joseph Knowland's copy and has his holography signature on the front free endpaper; see pp.60-61 for mentions of Knowland (these ticked in pencil). A young Miller adventured; see "With Walker in Nicaragua;" he gold-mined and fought fools in the States, before settling down into micro-celebrity (Ina Coolbrith suggested the pen name). Several photos show the aged poet, but rather more show his daughter in costume posing as Spring in California, and other seasons: the images are as silly as they sound.