Good. No Jacket. Floral patterned paper over boards with a green cloth spine. one of 500 copies designed by Robert S. Josephy and printed at the shop of Douglas C. McMurtrie. 59 pp. A collection of poems musing on Greek mythology, death and other themes. Designed by Robert S. Josephy, a 'pioneering book designer, ' of the 1920s and 30s, working for Alfred Knopf, among others, winning several awards for his work (biographical details from 1993 Hartford Courant obituary). Douglas McMurtrie was an American typeface designer, designing a few new types, as well as importing several from Europe. He also wrote several histories on printing (see Wikipedia). GOOD+ condition. General fading, minor soiling and scuffing. Corners scuffed, rounded and worn. Remains of blue paper on the first endpaper. Paper toned in the interior.
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