The Poets' New England
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Olive green cloth with gilt stamped borders and lettering; top edges gilt. a George Hood watercolor print has been pasted to the front panel and another serves as the colored frontis. Illustrated throughout with reproduced prints and photographs. The volume is edge rubbed and has tiny spine end splits. The gilt spine lettering is faded and has lost about half of the intensity. The interior has a starting front hinge, else, is in very good condition. Laid in is a book plate from the auction house stating this book is from the personal library of Rod McKuen. Bookseller Inventory # 16010708
Title: The Poets' New England
Publisher: New York: The Baker and Taylor Company (although the bottom of the spine states Doubleday Page & Co.)
Publication Date: 1911
Book Condition: Collectible: Very Good
Edition: First Edition.
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