Very Good in Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Limited First (one of 500 copies); D/j stained a bit and rubbed on front cover and rubbed on back; small chip and tear at head of spine with other wear along extremities; not price clipped. Book sunned at head of spine; corners only lightly bumped; else very good with no marks in text and binding tight.
a songbook for anxious children. 83p., illustrated endpapers, illustrated with drawings, very good first edition, limited to 500 copies, black cloth and paper spine title label, corners lightly bumped. Third book by the San Francisco-based poet/filmaker/Radical Faerie, designed and printed by San Francisco artist and gay activist Kermit Sheets.
Mullican, Lee (illustrator); 5 B/w illustrations; b/w Decorative Endpapers. Very Good- No Jacket. Small 8vo 83,  pages. Notable for Mullican's illustrations and endpaper designs. One of 500 copies (the entire edition), designed and printed by Kermit Sheets at the Centaur Press, San Francisco, Summer 1950. Signed ("Kermit") and inscribed by Sheets in black ink on limitation page. Sunning to spine and spine label; slight rubbing to covers (cloth); slight internal browning (chiefly to edges; unaffecting images). Signed and Inscribed By Printer.
a songbook for anxious children, with drawings by Lee Mullican. 83p., illustrated endpapers, illustrated with drawings, very good first edition, limited to 500 copies, black cloth and paper spine title label, corners lightly bumped, in edgeworn and unclipped dj. Third book by the San Francisco-based poet/filmaker/Radical Faerie, designed and printed by San Francisco artist and gay activist Kermit Sheets.
illustrated by Lee Mullican. , covers lightly stained, internally nice and clean, the book is in good+ condition. , dust-jacket lightly marked and with a few small tears at edges, in good condition. Hardback. 83 pages, SIGNED and dedicated by the author on front blank, comes with 3 postcards from the author to Daphne [Hunter], and 1 original family photograph with handwritten message 'Greetings… from the Broughtons 4' 20 x 15 cm.
Very good; Collectible. [SIGNED FIRST EDITION] San Francisco: Centaur Press, 1950. Hardcover in illustrated dust jacket. 12mo, cloth, paper labal on spine. 83 pages with 5 line-engraved b/w plates and illustrated end papers by Lee Mullican. A stated limited edition of 500. SIGNED on a front blank page preceding the half title page by poet James Broughton. With Annis Nin quote on front flap: 'These poems are a synthesis of wit, malice, nonsense and terror'. With full page abstract illustrations (plus front and rear paste-downs and endpages AND dust jacket) by Lee Mullican. Protected jacket a bit soiled, else very good overall condition. NOT EX-LIBRARY. (fprw2)
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