Portland ME: The Dirigo Editions, 1940. Hardcover. 118p., hardbound in openweave green cloth boards titled with printed paper spine and cover labels, in dust jacket; a bright fresh copy with mild toning at the head where dj pulled away from casing, dj correspondingly torn for one inch same area. Otherwise a very nice copy, which is inscribed and signed by the author and datelined San Francisco 1953. Although published Maine, find much Californiana; indeed, a "Vallejo Sunset" is featured on the dj flap as a sample, and it begins: "Empurpled hills 'neath flaming sky / with fairy cloud-ships drifting by." --Vallejo then; and now, what rhymes with Chevron?