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A LETTER FROM ROBINSON JEFFERS; [Limited edition broadside print]

A LETTER FROM ROBINSON JEFFERS; [Limited edition broadside print]

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A LETTER FROM ROBINSON JEFFERS; [Limited edition broadside print]

by Jeffers, Robinson

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No-place: no-publisher, 1964. First edition, first separate appearance [Broomfield A50a]. One of 250 copies "printed for their friends of the Roxburghe Club and for their other friends at Christmas, 1964, by Kerwin Whitnah and Arlen H. Philpott." Prints the text of Jeffers' letter to Sister Mary James beautifully answering her question about his "religious attitudes." Approximately 12.75 x 20" printed in black on Arches watermarked paper. Near fine with crease at center where folded (as noted by Broomfield) and touch of minor rumpling. Scarce.

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Title
A LETTER FROM ROBINSON JEFFERS; [Limited edition broadside print]
Author
Jeffers, Robinson
Book Condition
Used
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Publisher
no-publisher
Place of Publication
No-place
Date Published
1964
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