Selected Poems of Carl Sandburg
by West, Rebecca (editor) [Carl Sandburg]
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NY: Harcourt, Brace & Company; (1926). First Edition . Hardcover. First issue, with broken "b" in last word on page 110. Very good in a poor dust jacket. Owner name and date (1927) on front endpaper, bookplate on front pastedown. Black cloth with yellow lettering on spine; cloth is just a little rubbed. The jacket is in 4 pieces, and is about 85% present, but looks halfway decent in a plastic sleeve.
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