Chicago, 1916. Volume III, no. 4. Small quarto. Stiff printed wrappers, paper label. Wrappers a trace smudged and dusty,text stock tanned (but not brittle), very good. Edited and published by Margaret Anderson (here just prior to her association with Jane Heap). An example number from the nascent Chicago days of a periodical that would play a major role in the development of international Modernism. Contributors to this number include Lowell, S. Anderson, Masters, Turbyfill, Colum, Fletcher, et al. This number also marks the debut of the periodical's long-running devotion to inferior paper stock. (Inventory #: WRCLIT76383)
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