1990 · Princeton
Inscribed by McGahey on the colophon page. "For Bob - Jeanne McGahey."
Also, laid-in is a TLS dated "October 6, 1990" from McGahey to the inscriptee. McGahey supposes that "it might be a good year to make a try for Guggenheim, and I have taken the liberty to give your name as a reference....ok? McGahey explains the circuitous path "the Oregon guy" perservered at to locate her which included a 1935 copy of "The New Republic. "What will they think of next," she concludes. Aprx 100 words. Signed in ink, "Jeanne." 8.5 x 11 inch 20 lb stock. Fold twice.
The inscriptee is publisher/poet Bob Brotherson. Very faint beginning toning on the edges. Book with corners just touched. Near Fine condition. Inscribed by Contributor. First Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
The image is of the book described and not a stock photo. (Inventory #: 90736w)