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Boston: Riverside Press, 1904. Limited. hardcover. fine. Title page in red & black, with vignette. Narrow 12mo, tan cloth spine over gray boards; publisher's slipcase. Boston: Riverside Press, 1904. Limited First Edition. Fine, in lightly worn publisher's slipcase. One of 530 copies designed by Bruce Rogers.
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