London: Pickering & Co., 1880. First edition. 8vo., half leather, xviii, 234, (1) leaf, binding lightly marked and rubbed, else very good. From Ira Gershwin's library, with posthumous bookplate.
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Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1968. Wrapers, as issued, fine, with small crease to back corner of cover. First edition.
New York: Crowell, (1894). Red cloth, faded, light wear. Ownership signature of Max L. Abramson, a cousin of Leonore Gershwin, who was a drama critic in the teens and became a friend of George Gershwin. With frequent annotations or marks of emphasis, of intederminate authorship; two pages (containing Hood's "Bridge...
New York: Putnam's, 1919. First trade edition. Blue cloth, near fine. Signature of writer Carl Hovey. From Ira Gershwin's library, with posthumous bookplate.
Privately printed: (1975). First edition, inscribed and signed by the author. Original wrappers, very good.
New York: Gotham Book Mart, 1955. First edition. Boards, about fine, slight fading. From Ira Gershwin's library, with posthumous bookplate.
London: Hogarth Press, 1925. First edition. Marbled paper over boards, white cover label. Slight fading of spine; very good. Works in English by a Hungarian poet who was killed in action in 1915. Leonard Woolf's ledger shows only 76 copies sold, and 90 pulped. Woolmer 56.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1919. First edition. Cloth backed boards, near fine. Bookplate of Sonya and Carl Hovey. From Ira Gershwin's library, with posthumous bookplate.
New York: Seabury Press, 1979. McGovern, Robert. First edition. Cloth, fine in fine dust jacket.
New York: Macmillan, 1966. First edition. Cloth, fine in nice dust jacket. Review copy, with publisher's slip laid in. First edition. .
New York: Farrar, Straus, (1956). Shahn, Ben. First edition. Presentation copy, inscribed, "To Deac with the admiration and affection of John Berryman. Mpls. 26 Jan 57." Original boards, worn at the extremities, but a good copy. Stefanik A7.
New York: Macmillan, 1922. First edition. Cloth, near fine. Sonya and Carl Hovey's bookplate. From Ira Gershwin's library, with posthumous bookplate.
Mt. Horeb, Wisc. The Perishable Press, 1970. First edition. Dark blue wrappers, a little faded on the spine, otherwise fine. One of 125 copies printed, all hors commerce, and only for friends of the author, artist, and printer. Inscribed by Blackburn.
Mt. Horeb, Wisc. The Perishable Press, 1970. First edition. Boards covered with marbled paper, leather spine and tips, pamphlet with notes in pocket on back endpaper. One of thirty copies for subscribers, printed on white Shadwell paper, from a total edition of 165. Fine condition.
New York: Grove (1967). Coated wrappers, slight shelfwear, otherwise nice copy. First edition.
[n.p.]: 1940. Printed boards, cloth backed, paper spine label, nice condition. Number 31 of 50 copies produced by Marie Louise and Jackson Burke for their friends at Christmas, 1940.
London: Methuen, (1927). First edition. Cloth, fine in near fine dust jacket. From Ira Gershwin's library, with posthumous bookplate.
Berkeley: Poltroon, 1978. First edition. Marbled boards, cloth back, paper spine label. A few light spots, a near-fine copy, with the prospectus which incorporates lengthy comments on the poems (intentionally bad parodies) and the typography. One of 100 hardbound copies, signed by Clark and printer Alastair Johnston. (Total edition of 150).
New York: Harcourt Brace, 1922. First edition. Cloth, front hinge cracked, spine faded. With Ira Gershwin's ownership signature and address.
Oxford: Blackwell, 1914. Second printing. Cloth backed boards, very good. This second printing includes a new preface. From lyricist Ira Gershwin's library, with posthumous bookplate.
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1949. First edition. Cloth backed boards, very good in dust jacket. Inscribed by Cole to Ira Gershwin.
West Branch: The Toothpaste Press, 1981. Fine, in wrappers, as issued. First edition. One of 850.
New York: Stonehill, 1975. Cloth, fine in fine dust jacket. First edition.
London: Stanley Paul, (n.d.). First edition. Brown cloth, fine copy. From Ira Gershwin's library, with posthumous bookplate.
Washington, D.C. Anemone Press, (1978). First edition. Wrappers, sticker residue on front cover, slight tanning, very good.. The poet's uncommon first book.