[Chicago]: n.pub. [1966?]. 44, 28p., wraps slightly soiled, illustrated with Goss' art work, 6x8.5 inches; cover bears the artist's likeness. Original binder's mucilage-type glue is giving way and the front hinge has cleanly separated leaving a curious (and "curiosa") glue-shadow in gutter; back hinge still holding. Poetry and prose.
Goss, a radical artist was active in the WPA and the husband of Margaret Burroughs. Contents: Form of a woman (a speech symphony), Evangeline Zehmer; illustrations by B. Goss -- Peace, truth, beauty, selections honoring Bernard Goss, artist and a few poems by Margaret Burroghs. Memorial book for the artist and political activist - selections mention his work in the civil rights and the anti-war movement.