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by Rice, Ruth Mason

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New York: Harold Vinal, 1927. Hardcover. Very Good. [16], 75 p.; 21 cm. Light green cover with printed paper spine and cover labels. Introduction by Blanche Shoemaker Wagstaff. With 2 typed letters (one laid in on the front endpapers and both signed by the author) and one telegram from the author, Ruth Little Mason Rice (1884-1927), to poet Caroline Giltinan Harlow (1884- ). Also with a handwritten letter from Mary A. Taylor, sister of Rice, to Harlow referring to the publication of this book and stating "Ruth's death has absolutely broken me." The author had committed suicide in September 1927. Very scarce. In Very Good Condition: spine is sunned; upper joints are weak; pp. 6 and 7 have shadows from holding the telegram; otherwise, clean and tight.


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Rice, Ruth Mason
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Harold Vinal
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