Paris: Edward Titus at the Sign of the Black Manikin, 1926. Vegetable parchment and boards, paper spine label. Illustrated with three drawings by Howard Simon. Spine a bit foxed and rubbed, endsheets tanned (as usual), boards sunstruck toward edges, but a very good, unopened copy. First edition of this work by the Detroit- born poet whose work found a staunch advocate in Ezra Pound, among others. Copy #2 of five hundred numbered copies, signed by the artist below the first tipped-in plate, but as usual, not by the author. Dunning was ill at the time of publication, and only a small portion of the edition was signed by him, although it was intended that he sign all copies. The first Black Manikin book imprint. (Inventory #: WRCLIT76755)
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