Portland, Oregon: (The Author), 1913. Very Good. First edition. String-tied wrappers. Tiny nicks and tears to the yapped wrappers, a very good copy of this fragile and presumably very limited edition of the author's poetry, among his earliest published work. Wood was a West Point graduate and soldier turned both lawyer and anarchist, and a vital ingredient in the Oregon literary and arts community. Very scarce, OCLC locates five copies. (Inventory #: 80396)
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