San Francisco: Privately Printed (for Alfred Sutro), 1932. 4to. (14)pp. With a mounted facsimile letter from Thomas Moore. Edition limited to 150 copies. Blue cloth over yellow boards, paper spine label. Inscribed on the front endpaper by Alfred Sutro. Concerning correspondence relating to the pronunciation of Lord Byron's name, following a debate at William and Mary College in 1831. GRABHORN BIBLIOGRAPHY, #167. (Inventory #: 53)
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