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FROST, Robert. (COOK, Howard)

Edition: First edition, "Henry Holt and Company" imprint issue,
Book condition: Few spots of very light foxing on front cover, else a fine copy.

FROST, Robert. DOES NO ONE BUT ME AT ALL EVER FEEL THIS WAY IN THE LEAST [A Poem] by Robert Frost. (New York):: (Printed at the Spiral Press),, 1952. First edition, "Henry Holt and Company" imprint issue, variant issue in beige pictorial wrappers (also seen in blue pictorial wrappers) . Few spots of very light foxing on front cover, else a fine copy. . [Crane B24; 1300 copies issued with this imprint (of a total printing of 3875)]. Twentyfourmo, beige pictorial wrappers, [16] pages, stapled, illustrated (with color drawings by Howard Cook). Publisher's printed statement (on first leaf): "A new poem by Robert Frost again brings you Holiday Greetings from Henry Holt and Company at Christmas 1952" [published with various imprints, this issue has "Henry Holt and Company" imprint].

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FROST, Robert. (COOK, Howard)

Edition: First edition, "Henry Holt and Company" imprint issue,
Book condition: A fine copy; in near fine original envelope: "Merry Christmas to Helen With love, from Betty" (addressed in ink on env

FROST, Robert. DOES NO ONE BUT ME AT ALL EVER FEEL THIS WAY IN THE LEAST [A Poem] by Robert Frost. (New York):: (Printed at the Spiral Press),, 1952. First edition, "Henry Holt and Company" imprint issue, variant binding in beige pictorial wrappers (also issued in blue pictorial wrappers) . A fine copy; in near fine original envelope: "Merry Christmas to Helen With love, from Betty" (addressed in ink on envelope). . Owner has added "and B.C." in neat ink holograph, to text on first leaf [i.e. "from Henry Holt and Company" and B.C.] (presumably someone associated with the publisher, Henry Holt and Company). [Crane B24; 1300 copies issued with this imprint (of a total printing of 3875)]. Twentyfourmo, beige pictorial wrappers, [16] pages, stapled, illustrated (with drawings by Howard Cook). Publisher's printed statement (on first leaf): "A new poem by Robert Frost again brings you Holiday Greetings from Henry Holt and Company at Christmas 1952" [publishe... Read more

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Robert Frost Signs His Softcover Book Does No One But Me At All Ever Feel This Way In The Least
ROBERT FROST

SB. 4 ¾” x 5 ¾”. 16 pg. July 4, 1953. No place. A softcover book, Does No One But Me At All Ever Feel This Way In The Least. There is a small, separate slip that states “This Christmas poem, though not isolationist, is so dangerously near isolationist, it was thought better to send it out for Independence Day instead of Christmas.” and then signed “R.F. July 4, ‘53” in blue ink. The poem was printed in 1952 by The Spiral Press, and the first page states “A new poem brings you Holiday Greetings from Robert Frost at Christmas 1952.” There is scattered soiling and a quarter-sized stain to the front cover.

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Does No One But Me At All Ever Feel This Way In the Least [with scarce errata sheet initialed & signed by Frost]
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Frost, Robert

Edition: First Edition
Book condition: Very Good Condition

Spiral Press, New York, 1952. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition. Illustrator: Cook, Howard. Signed by Author. Size: 24mo. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Limited First Edition Christmas card with drawings by Howard Cook, with the scarce errata sheet initialed and dated by Frost. Side stapled illustrated wraps with end flaps, on front flyleaf is written: "a new poem McGinn brings you Holiday Greetings from Robert Frost at Christmas 1952", no page numbers (four pages), explanatory footnotes on two pages frontispiece and one other drawing in text. The printed errata sheet reads: "This Christmas poem, though not isolationist, is so dangerously near isolationists, it was thought better to send it out for Independence Day instead of Christmas." Frost has initialed the note and dated it July 4 '53. Errata sheet has small piece of top left corner torn off, two inch slit in the wraps at fold with front flap, covers ligh... Read more

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Autograph Manuscript, Signed: "Does No One but Me at All Ever Feel This Way in the Least?"
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FROST, ROBERT

November 1952. Holograph manuscript on two leaves of white wove, three-holed, loose-leaf paper measuring 9 1/2 by 6 inches. At the bottom of the second leaf, in Frost’s hand, the work is inscribed “Robert to Fred” (i.e. Frederick B. Adams, Jr.). A life-long bibliophile, Adams was the director of the Pierpont Morgan Library from 1938-1969. This poem first appeared as Frost’s Christmas greeting for 1952 and was not actually released until July 4, 1953; it was later published in Frost’s last collection, In the Clearing. Adams’s label on the front cover of his archival folder dates this manuscript to November 1952, and there are sufficient variant readings to suggest that Frost was still revising the poem when he presented these leaves to Adams. Of particular note is line 3, which reads: “That was to make the New World newly great”; in the published version, this was changed to “That should have made the New World newly great”, removing at once the undertone of p... Read more

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